Hmm, pure evil Villains? Some people may love to hate them, but I think a little understanding makes them resonate more fully. Perhaps skew the shivers down your backbone a little longer, a little deeper. Frankenstein questioning the existence of existence. Dr Jekyll battling his own self.
The most unrelentingly pure evil villain may well be Moby-Dick. But then he's a whale.
Or, you know, that shark out of "Jaws."
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