What's the matter kid, don't you like clowns? Why? Don't we make ya laugh? Aren't we f***in' funny?
~ Captain Spaulding

These villains are either an extreme opposite of a normally friendly career or creature or even of race or are false promisers in a sense, or are surprisingly more menacing despite whatever silly or harmless-sounding name they process or even their appearance alone.

The common themes for this type of villain are Evil Clowns, Evil Santas, Killer Toys, Evil Puppets, Evil Fairies, Angels, Light Beings, and Elves; things that are normally supposed to represent innocence and friendship donning a darker and sometimes controversial theme than what is expected of them.

They may take advantage of how they look to get what they want, which can make them extra disturbing, for example, Lotso, who at the end of Toy Story 3 betrayed the other toys to get help because he looked helpless and tragic, but later backstabbed the toys who helped him, nearly killing them.

NOTE: Do not add Demons, certain Dark Knights and Military Villains to this list, specifically ones that belong under the category of Fallen Angels, as they no longer contradict what they are meant to be or bring, given that they have figuratively fallen from grace. Also, such characters must take on this form/guise for the majority of the work they are in and not for a short time.

ANOTHER IMPORTANT NOTE: We need this category to identify those such as clowns, toys, puppets, Santas, elves, angels, and fairies.