|“||I have no interest in being a villain, and I don’t think that I can become a good person. I’m at a halfway point where I’m not even sure which path I should walk down… but I guess even there, I can still interfere in someone’s life and help bring things to a positive conclusion.||„|
|“||When one's young, it seems very easy to distinguish between right and wrong. But, as one gets older, it becomes more difficult. The villains and the heroes get all mixed up.||„|
|~ Rene Mathis (James Bond films)|
Examples of popular anti-heroes include Deadpool, Rorschach, Jimmy Hopkins, Dean Winchester, some incarnations of The Doctor from Doctor Who, Ash Williams, Spike from Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Lelouch vi Britannia, Derek Hale, Integra Hellsing, Ryu Hayabusa, Wolverine from the film adaptation of X-Men comics, Severus Snape, Red X, Shadow the Hedgehog and Diego from Ice Age franchise.
- Not to be confused with Anti Villains who antagonize a situation and have catastrophic goals but have noble personas while doing them.
- This term has been defined by TV tropes. For more information, please see the original article.
- For information on how to define various types of anti-hero, see Sliding Scale of Anti-Heroes.
Important Note: Anti-Heroes are almost never Pure Good heroes, due to the fact that a purely good hero is (nearly) always selfless, loyal, civil, polite and merciful. Some heroes can qualify for both, particularly if they started out as mildly or hugely anti-heroic, but later on become more noble and mild towards their family, friends, and even enemies.
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