What are some anime/manga where the antagonist is only doing what he thinks is right, and is arguably a better person than the protagonist?
GunXSword, though only if you think having the personality of an amiable old man who'd kill without a second thought to further his goals overwriting your personality is a good thing.
Last season of Shakugan no Shana
he is anti-abortion and just wants to fight for the unborn children who can't fight back.
>who can't fight back.
His mother already does a good job at it.
Such a villain would not fulfill the requirements of an insanely laughing generic bad guy who is meant to be defeated in the final episode by the bland coming of age MC created to be self insert for young boys.
Cool bad guys are heresy.
Stop watching Naruto then, faggot.
>Implying Naruto is bad
Not Steel Ball Run. When one of Valentine's underlings gets a swollen face from being stung by bees, he sends him to a parallel world to die so that he doesn't have to look at his face. Despite claiming to have a noble objective, he shows great cruelty to those around him even when it didn't give him a real benefit.
Death Note :^)
>inb4 Siblyl enablers defending their shit tier system
You are wrong.
There were two bad guys in PP. Sybil AND Mankishima.
Well he is Catholic.
Valentine cared about America, not Americans
Casually murdering your citizens because you don't want to look at their faces isn't a feature I'd consider belonging to a good leader.
Early on in HF though, doesn't he say that he'll respect Sakura's decision if she doesn't choose to let it out?
You forgot to add Pic not related, OP.
Yes. Kotomine thinks that the mother can decide if she wants to abort the baby, and it's okay. But he isn't okay if someone else (Shirou) wants to murder the baby.
Anything about ww2 from the American/Russian perspective.
>Valentine cared about America, not Americans
America is made by it's legal citizens. Everyone who treats real Americans badly is an enemy of America.
You aren't going to get away with that.
Are you oblivious to the hatred we have for this man?
Completely, and utterly, /a/ has decided he is a terrible person.
Right over there is the door, please leave.
But Rossiu was right.
Funny Valentine: Trying to rape 14 year-old girls since 1890.
Forced villain. Worse than the various generals killed in s1, and they were bad.
Pretty much pure story filler.
Let what out?
Don't even pretend like you wouldn't try to get Lucy to bare your child either
I would marry her, but I wouldn't rape her.
The read the VN.
What? The Mayor didn't give a shit about justice or some wishy-washy ideals.
All he wanted was war and to kill Alucard.
He's a good villain precisely because he was open about what he wanted, he didn't try to come off as some righteous guy that became twisted, and he was charismatic as fuck.
>ennemy of 'murica
Makishimas was a wasted villain. With few changes he could be a great villain.
>piloted a robot that can regenerate just because you believe in it
>HEY GUYS WHAT IF WE THINK LOGICALLY
Treating the state or nation as something distinct from its individual citizens is the foundation of totalitarianism.
Rossiu was the only one to use reason in the show.
But in a setting where magic get you out of any situation for free, reason and logic come off as unnecessary.
He wasn't a "villain" though. It was clear he was doing things that were wrong (like forcing people out of their underground cities), but it never seemed as if he was doing things for selfish reasons. All he wanted was to establish order in the new civilisation they had managed to start.
Simon's Trial, even though it was betrayal, was necessary to avoid civil unrest - not to mention Simon's reckless actions was what cause the people's uproar.
According to feminists, and that's the same thing.
>Pic not related
... I need to think about this.
dat American flag on his back