10 Stories Where the Bad Guys Are Actually, Completely, 100% Right

Typically, the villains in movies, television series, books, and other media sources are nasty individuals in the wrong, and they’re evil for the sake of it.

However, in some cases, the characters presented as the antagonists are in the right.

Saved by the Bell (Mr. Belding)

Several Saved by the Bell viewers agreed, saying they never saw Mr. Belding as the villain.

Dennis the Menace (Mr. Wilson)

He was put forward as an answer by someone suggesting he was regularly  the victim in the story and was right to be cranky due to Dennis’  outrageous behavior.

X-Men (Magneto)

Some suggested that his terrible treatment by Nazis justified his extreme methods, which is questionable.

Donald the Duck Cartoons (Donald Duck)

One Disney fan pointed out that Donald minds his business cartoon when someone bothers him, and then he gets blamed  for standing up for himself.

National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (Todd and Margo)

Todd and Margo Chester from 1989’s National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation were utterly right to be annoyed with Clark Griswold’s antics.

Inhumans (Maximus)

One superhero enthusiast said that Maximus is seen as the villain for  the entire series run despite attempting to free enslaved people.

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