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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
Let's understand each other. I sang the first hymn when the stars were born. Not that long ago, I announced to a young woman, Mary, who it was she was expecting. On the other hand, I've turned rivers into blood. Kings into cripples. Cities to salt. So, I don't think that I have to explain myself to you.
~ Archangel Gabriel to Izzy.

Villains who turn out to be Contradictory are either an extreme opposite of a normally friendly career, creature or even race, are false promisers in a sense, or are surprisingly more menacing despite whatever silly or harmless-sounding name they possess or even their appearance alone.

The common themes for this type of villain include but are not limited to: Evil Clowns, Evil Santas, Evil Cops, Killer Toys, Evil Puppets, Evil Fairies, Evil Angels, False Heroes, Light Beings and Elves; things that are normally supposed to represent more positive experiences such as innocence, friendship and protection donning a darker and sometimes controversial theme than what is normally expected of them.

NOTE: Do not add Demons or certain Dark Knights and Military Villains to this list, specifically many of the ones that belong under the subcategories of Heroes Turned to the Dark Side, Fallen Heroes and Fallen Angels, as they no longer contradict what they are meant to be or bring, given that they have figuratively and sometimes even literally fallen from grace. Also, such characters must take on this form or guise for the majority of the work they are in and not for a short time. ANOTHER NOTE: We need this category to identify those such as clowns, toys, puppets, Santas, elves, angels, fairies, and so on.