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"You ever hear the saying beauty is only skin deep? Well, right now, you're only seeing the beauty."
— Zarbon

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To be defeated and not submit, is victory; to be victorious and rest on one's laurels, is defeat.

Prince Zarbon

I am currently an administrator here on the DBZ Wikia and I am grateful to have had this great opportunity to work alongside fellow administrators in order to ensure an accurate and reliable resource for all Dragon Ball fans. I am responsible for keeping track of the villain and antagonist articles on the wiki as well as the daily quote of the day along with numerous other additional tasks (see "More about me" section for additional information about my administrative functions). I welcome any and all questions and comments from users and I hope to be as helpful as possible.

I have the same user name on wikipedia, Zarbon. I am a resident of New York. At the time being, I am 30 years old. I am primarily fond of villains and their henchmen as their initial design, mannerism, and characteristics appeal to me most of all.

My favorite characters consist entirely of villains and victims. Zarbon is my ultimate favorite character of all time from Dragonball Z, and from everything else in the universe for that matter. I do indeed have a long list of favorite characters.

Favorite DB / Z / GT Characters

Here is a listing of my most favorite characters in specific order:


1. Zarbon (Dragonball Z) - Ultimately, my most favorite character in the entire series due to being elegant, handsome, militaristic, ruthless, brutal, having serious mannerism, dying loyally, and having an exquisite reptilian design. These qualities all play a contributing factor; The role he portrays and his development are my favorite, that of Frieza's elite Commander-General and close henchman and adviser. The fact that he suggests to eradicate the Saiyan race is a brilliant idea and adds to my love for him. My great love stems from the brutal villainy and brutally grotesque demise... the great portrayal of emotions such as fear and cowardice when on bottom but brutal and extremely wicked when on top. The character of Zarbon is the pure definition of the beauty and the beast, he is the personification of the brutish demonic monster within and the ever-elegant warrior, mysterious and deadly... due to his brutal characteristic being entombed along with his magnificent stature. He's an emotional villain with double persona and greatly layered with dastardly deeds that come back to extinguish his flame. Zarbon's beat-down of Vegeta is my favorite scene in the series, especially the repeated headbutt combination he unleashes, relentlessly annihilating Vegeta's face. The overall battle is the best to me because it doesn't allow the protagonist a chance to even fight back; it's the evil character beating on the good one the whole time straight up. Also, I prefer Zarbon's transformation by a long margin to the other transformations in the series. For one, he doesn't charge up for an long amount of time and he doesn't have a minor alteration either. I like both his forms because they make him who he is, sadistic and brutal whilst handsome and mysterious. Elegant yet deadly... he's the beauty who hides a dormant beast. He has the most vivid execution scene, extremely gruesome and satisfying... and the method of execution was displayed brilliantly. Due to my love of aliens and demonic characters, Zarbon's reptilian ancestry and dynamic blue-skin adds furthermore to his sustained personality. Not only designed beautifully and having an appealing appearance, he also perishes in a powerful manner and very brutally. I prefer characters who die in a memorable way as opposed to those who live throughout the entire series. Those who captivate the screen in a shorter amount of time do a better job for me than those who last forever, because through a suspenseful demise... they live forever, surpassing the mortal coil of the norm. Still, he's my favorite character due to affiliation, design, actual villainy, and intricate detail.


2. Dodoria (Dragonball Z) - This is definitely my second most favorite character due to affiliation and role. Dodoria is a major character in the Namek saga due to his murder of the Nameks, chasing Gohan and Krillin... his confrontation with Vegeta... and the fact that he plays a huge role in the Bardock movie. The very fact that he easily flicked Bardock away with a single mouth blast adds to his already remarkable character. And the way he treats the situation, as if it's just a daily job, makes it all the more wonderful. I love Dodoria for his ferocity when he butchers the Namek elderly and children... and when he threatens to murder Dende. I love the way he's drawn when portraying ferocious anger and clenching his fists in a fiery rage when he finds that Muuri destroyed his scouters on purpose... and his nails sink into his skin and his own hand bleeds from his rage. The very fact that he's also an elite Commander-General and one of Frieza's top two henchmen in an army of millions means that he'd merit a great deal of loyalty for the emperor. His fear and cowardice is also well-portrayed when he reveals the secret of the destruction of planet Vegeta, and succumbs to his fate shortly afterward. Also, I love the fact that he met a grisly demise. My favorite characters... as I discussed earlier, must die in a very climactic manner, play the role of a supporting villain, and remain evil until their final breath is drawn.


3. Cui (Dragonball Z) - As all other underlings of Lord Frieza, Cui is high up there in the ranks. Likely third strongest of those directly aligned with Frieza's empire, Cui is a powerful warrior who has a rivalry with Vegeta. This builds to a strong climax in the Namek saga, where Cui finally attempts to thwart Vegeta's plan once and for all. However, he waited for a long time to receive these orders from Frieza. Cui's failure to understand Vegeta's increase in might ends up being his undoing as he learns the hard way how Vegeta had truly become stronger. I love Cui; what a magnificent design and mannerism. And he's onscreen for a shorter duration of time, yet built greatly as a villain character. Of course, those aligned with Frieza are automatically my favorites, and Cui is no exception. His frantic display of emotions... his immediate fear and eventual cowardice when the tables are turned make him an exceptional character and a perfect plot device. I love how he told Vegeta that Frieza was already on Namek, which triggered the chain of events, leading to Vegeta's travel to Namek and their overall clash on Namek.


4. Jeice (Dragonball Z) - Yes, Jeice is my favorite Ginyu Tokusentai member. He's also my 4th most favorite character in the series run. Jeice's death scene was obviously my favorite of the Ginyu Force... and the role he played was slightly memorable. Of course, I loved his overall dislike towards Vegeta and the very essence of his characteristic was greatly appealing. His actions are extremely swift and his combination attacks with Burter are brilliant tactical maneuvers. His crusher ball technique is also well-made and devastating. The scene where it's deflected is very climactic. His execution scene is far too memorable, when Vegeta kicks him in the face, chops at his gut, making him choke and spit, and holds out his hand in front of Jeice's face, obliterating him in midair. That was greatly climactic and satisfying, increasing my love for Jeice.


5. Burter (Dragonball Z) - Burter makes for the perfect combination partner alongside Jeice. As both bring forth a balance of skill and have a tactical advantage against opponents, Burter is the speed-induced powerhouse who was the fastest being in the universe for quite some time. As a member of the Ginyu Tokusentai, Burter is renowned for his ferocity in rendering his opponents helpless against a flurry of swift maneuvers. He first showcases this skill against Vegeta, Gohan, and Krillin by retrieving a Dragon Ball from the sky before they even have a chance to turn their heads, leaving them baffled at his extreme speed. Whilst Goku still surpasses him and notes that he is not only faster but also stronger, his take-down is a magnificent bone-cracking sequence that renders him immobilized and helpless. Vegeta, who is the definition of the unforgiving and relentless character, swiftly and ruthlessly stomps on and cracks Burter's neck, ending his life in brilliantly memorable fashion, with Burter's tongue still sticking out.


6. Recoome (Dragonball Z) - Definitely the most relentless and savage of the Ginyu squadron, Recoome portrays his brutal tactics as a warrior by pummeling Vegeta, Gohan, and Krillin to within an inch of their lives and leaving them for dead before Goku arrives and takes him down. Recoome easily has the second-best fight sequence (in my opinion)... second only to that of Zarbon's battle with Vegeta. Recoome's ruthless pile-driver that pins Vegeta into the ground and his combination of bone-breaking maneuvers are what makes him awesome: the "Recoome Kick," "Recoome Elbow," "Recoome Eraser Gun" and his magnificent-sounding "Recoome Bomber" (which is even better as "Recoome Boomba!" in Japanese version) is my favorite blast attack in the series. Of course, Recoome does unleash this attack against Gohan, who barely manages to evade the madman's chaotic onslaught... Only to be pummeled into the ground and have his neck broken by a swift kick via Recoome's awesome muscular feet. For a fighter as brilliant as Recoome, it was rather surprising to see him have a lesser exit. As he easily immobilized Krillin, left Gohan for dead, and savagely brutalized the already rejuvenated Vegeta... He is taken down by a single strike to his gut from the 100-times-gravity trained Goku. It was only inevitable that Vegeta would end his life (with a blast while he's already downed) as he took the opportunity to do the same to pretty much most of my favorite characters. But this is fine... as Recoome is added to the greatness of those who are used as plot devices to build Vegeta's pre-existing awesome story-line.


7. Guldo (Dragonball Z) - This little elite mercenary is quite awesome for having such a vivid hatred of Vegeta, which is quite understandable. As a vicious yet small warrior, he proves that big things come in little packages... Especially when that package tries to skewer Gohan and Krillin with mind tricks and body binds. Guldo uses every one of his telekinetic holds to weaken his opponents and uses these attacks to his advantage in order to incapacitate anyone who stands in his way. He is rather successful at maintaining a hold on Gohan and Krillin... As well as torturing them for a short period of time (which is rather enjoyable)... But Vegeta uses Guldo's carelessness to consider him a liability as an opportunity to strike at Guldo. Of course, he manages to hack off Guldo's head, decapitating him. This moment of impact is even better in the manga version when compared to the Anime version, although both are quite awesome. Guldo's head rolls on the ground, both cursing at Vegeta and begging for his life with an awesome showcasing of fear as Vegeta pronounces that it is those who are strong who survive and the weak who perish, greatly adding to the already brilliant ending for Guldo. Vegeta proceeds to firmly obliterate what remained of Guldo's head. What an awesome character to accomplish so much as a plot device in such a short period of time.

Android 19

8. Android 19 (Dragonball Z) - Android 19 would be my favorite in the Android saga. He's also my favorite android character. 19 was a greatly successful creation as he was an energy absorbing model. He also aided Dr. Gero to alter himself, making Android 20 a reality. On the matter of 19, I felt his fight was the best thing about the entire Cell saga as most of the rest of that saga just plain bored me... I absolutely hated 17 and 18... found them to be an utter useless waste of time (and they looked boring as heck)... as well as the fact that I absolutely detested their role of malfunctioning traitors (likely my least favorite characters in the entire series run). 19's fight completely filled me with joy (especially seeing that rotten Goku getting pounded when inflicted with the virus... and 19 enjoying the deadly tight grip as he tried to suck the life out of him... the sheer brutality and pleasure made for a great fight scene; especially when Vegeta showed up and handed 19's own behind to him by shredding off his arms and decapitating him. That was Just. Plain. Awesome.

Pui Pui

9. Pui Pui (Dragonball Z) - Pui Pui is by far my favorite of the entire Buu debacle due to his exquisite fighting maneuvers and capabilities. He first appears when Spopovich and Yamu return with the collected energy to revive Buu. He does quite well when told to eliminate Yamu, who attempts to escape, but is easily popped in midair by Pui Pui's nice shot. What an awesome stance Pui Pui has when blasting... And what an awesome stance he has when facing his opponents. Pui Pui was the strongest being in his quadrant of the universe, as stated by Supreme Kai... And he had lived under 10 times the gravity when compared to that of Earth's... But it was still not enough against Saiyan prince, Vegeta... Who had trained under 500 times the gravity of Earth. This comes as a surprise to the unfortunate yet awesome plot device that is Pui Pui. When attacking Vegeta in stage one of Babidi's spaceship, Pui Pui is taken down by the ruthless Saiyan prince (pretty much just like all the rest of my most favorite characters are). Pui Pui's death sequence is very well made as well, slowing down just to show his reaction as Vegeta closes in for the kill, blasting him to oblivion after placing his hands on his chest. This is very understandable as a sped-up reaction since any warrior that is caught by surprise would halt in the moment of their excruciating death. This only adds to the already-established awesomeness that is Pui Pui's character.

King Cold

10. King Cold (Dragonball Z) - Ah, the lord of the planet trade organization and lord of the universe itself... in a businessman's perspective, at least. I love Lord Cold for being such a calculated emperor and ruthless pillager of civilizations for such a long period of time. As he leads countless millions of soldiers and builds an empire of ruthless space pirates, trading planets for a living, he stabilizes his hold on the North quadrant of the universe as one of the most tyrannous rulers in all existence; being all the more awesome for me. King Cold is extremely elegant and majestic in his mannerism and behavior. With the twitch of every nerve and the movement of every limb, he places great expression and brilliant detail in his exquisite stature. His flowing cape and majestic armor... His wonderful throne and his beautiful spaceship... His glass of wine! Everything about him is a definition of awesomeness. Even with his brief episodic appearance, he accomplishes more than numerous other primary players. Of course, he is left in surprise when his equally vicious son, Frieza, is halved by Saiyan future fighter Trunks... And meets his end when learning that the sword does not make the man. Trunks doesn't give Cold a chance to fully beg as he blasts him to oblivion after sending him to a mountain with a gaping hole in his side. Although his wonderful empire crumbles before him, the greatness of King Cold lives on.

General Blue

11. General Blue (Dragonball) - General Blue was the absolute most disciplined and loyal in the Red Ribbon Army due to his militaristic nature and his general love for following a strict code of ethics. He was also primarily loyal out of fear; most of the members of the Red Ribbon Army knew within themselves that if they were to fail, it would be punishable by death. His execution was imminent through his failure of retrieving the Dragon Balls, which cost him his own life. He also wanted to collect the treasure from the pirate cave, for example, but for the honor of the Red Ribbon Army and not for his own selfish desire. There is a strong parallel here between this powerful General and someone such as Colonel Violet, for example, who was placed in similar circumstances and acted for the betterment of her own ends... by stealing treasure from the vault. Do I love the character of General Blue due to his brilliant enigma and charisma as a soldier, as an antagonist, and as a brave elite... the answer is yes. Do I feel military discipline and strict loyalty, old-fashioned ethics and behavior goes a long way in making for a strong character... the answer is yes. And did I love his satisfying demise at the hands of Mercenary Tao by being tongue-stabbed after executing so many soldiers himself... the answer is yes.


12. Salza (Dragonball Z) - Likely the best non-canon movie universe character associated with Frieza's empire, Salza is modeled after Zarbon with a temperament and demeanor similar to his and a combination of his attitude along with that of Jeice. Salza is a very collected combatant, calm and reserved. He becomes deadly when forced to, however, against the Namekian Piccolo. He's extremely gallant when it comes to posing and equally prepared for battle as much as style and finesse. Salza also has an awesome lightsaber-sounding technique, the Salza Blade, which slices through his targets with rapid succession. This awesome leader of Cooler's armored assault squadron is taken down by Piccolo's special beam cannon after the debris and dust clears, revealing an angered Salza with an apparent advantage against the prior wounded Goku and less powerful Gohan and Krillin. However, Piccolo saves them from a grisly end when he topples Salza in the final moments of the film. What an awesome fate for the brilliant Salza.

13. Spice (Dragonball Z)

14. Angira (Dragonball Z)

15. Dr. Gero (Dragonball Z)


16. Nappa (Dragonball Z) - Out of all the Saiyans, Nappa is ultimately my most favorite due to his affiliation, demise, and the fact that he stays evil. His elimination of Chiaotzu, Tien, and Piccolo alone should merit that he's a great villain; and his brutish fighting tactics as well as his extreme rage erupting when he's pushed too far make him an excellent combatant. Nappa too was emotionally powerful because he was betrayed by Vegeta after all his loyalty and valiant efforts to take down Earth's forces. All his struggles were in vain since he was still executed for failing to eradicate all of Earth's warriors. Nappa is far too magnificent a warrior and will remain as such.

17. Dabura (Dragonball Z)

Assistant Black

18. Assistant Black (Dragonball) - Staff Officer Black is also a very loyal man, that is, loyal to the army. He wanted the best for the army. The one disloyal fellow (other than renegade Colonel Violet) is actually Commander Red for betraying his entire army for the pathetic goal of becoming taller; hence he deserved to be executed for this childish gesture. The men of the army are loyal for the most part. Assistant Black's execution of Red is a very well-made scene and is rather climactic and extremely satisfying. Black is a great character in the long run, and his potential is clear; his ferocious stature and position allow him to be commandeering. He's also a very good fighter, placing great emphasis on his lethally long legs during his scuffle with Goku.


19. Neiz (Dragonball Z) - Neiz is one of Cooler's squad members; he's got some unique moves and swift techniques on par with Burter of the Ginyu force. Neiz has a very distinct style of fighting and also has an array of maneuvers; he's also got a special electrocuting attack that sends his opponents into a shock; this doesn't work against Piccolo, however, as he fries Neiz by deflecting his attack back to his own body. Neiz is met with this unfortunate and grisly end, but in a gorgeous fashion with smoking glory in midair.


20. Doore (Dragonball Z) - Of course, just being affiliated with the planet trade organization is enough to increase love for Doore. He is the brute of Cooler's armored squadron. He showcases this by attempting to crush Gohan, but is halted by Piccolo, who sends a seeking blast after him, killing him in midair. Doore attempts to stop this blast but is unsuccessful to stop the blast from enveloping his body. I love all of the planet trade organization, so it's natural that Doore's lovely usage as a plot device doesn't go unnoticed on my part.

21. Mustard (Dragonball Z)

22. Nicky (Dragonball Z)

23. Sansho (Dragonball Z)

24. Salt (Dragonball Z)

25. Vinegar (Dragonball Z)

26. Ginger (Dragonball Z)

27. Spopovich (Dragonball Z)

28. Yakon (Dragonball Z)

29. Yamu (Dragonball Z)

30. General White (Dragonball)

31. Wings (Dragonball Z)

32. Misokatsun (Dragonball Z)

33. Kishime (Dragonball Z)

34. Dr. Kochin (Dragonball Z)

35. Ebifurya (Dragonball Z)

36. Kakao (Dragonball Z)

37. Amond (Dragonball Z)

38. Android 14 (Dragonball Z)

39. Kogu (Dragonball Z)

40. Bido (Dragonball Z)

41. Bujin (Dragonball Z)

42. Captain Yellow (Dragonball)

43. Drum (Dragonball)

44. Tambourine (Dragonball)

45. Cymbal (Dragonball)

46. Eis Shenron (Dragonball GT)

47. General Rilldo (Dragonball GT)

48. Major Metallitron (Dragonball)

49. Colonel Silver (Dragonball)

50. Cardinal Mutchy Mutchy (Dragonball GT)

51. Haze Shenron (Dragonball GT)

52. Ninja Murasaki (Dragonball)


53. Raditz (Dragonball Z) - I prefer Nappa to Raditz, but I do like Raditz. His character design and appearance is very basic minus his hairstyle. But I do like Raditz, and to like him isn't a small thing. The fact that he would have executed his own brother and nephew for his military upbringing isn't a small thing. I love that he's a ferocious villain to this end. His end against Piccolo's attack was enormously wonderful; the beam slicing through him and his eventual suffering and puking blood was a great contributing factor. Even in death, he refused to give credit to the protagonist scum... and was executed brilliantly as a result.

54. Dolltaki (Dragonball GT)

55. Buyon (Dragonball)

56. Dr. Myuu (Dragonball GT)

57. Dr. Raichi (Dragonball Z)

58. Daizu (Dragonball Z)

59. Paragus (Dragonball Z)

60. Captain Dark (Dragonball)

61. Rage Shenron (Dragonball GT)

62. The Dictator (Dragonball Z)

63. Commander Red (Dragonball)

64. Medamatcha (Dragonball Z)

65. Aka (Dragonball Z)

66. Ledgic (Dragonball GT)

67. Captain Ginyu (Dragonball Z)

68. Don Kee (Dragonball GT)

69. Mercenary Tao (Dragonball)

70. Garlic Junior (Dragonball Z) - The only other transformation scene I remotely enjoyed was that of Garlic Junior's... In fact, the moment he transforms and begins his extreme beating is one of the only moments I liked him onscreen. Garlic Junior's ending, however, was a great let-down to me; on both occasions. I hated that he wasn't executed, but was in turn... sealed in an empty void for eternity.

71. Android 15 (Dragonball Z)

72. Lucifer (Dragonball)

73. Ghastel (Dragonball)

74. Hoi (Dragonball Z)

75. Van Zant (Dragonball Z)

76. Smitty (Dragonball Z)

77. Maloja (Dragonball Z)

78. Master Shen (Dragonball)

79. Lord Jaguar (Dragonball Z)

80. Men-Men (Dragonball Z)

81. Vodka (Dragonball Z)

82. Bon Para (Dragonball GT)

83. Son Para (Dragonball GT)

84. Don Para (Dragonball GT)

85. Evil Buu (Dragonball Z)

86. Frieza (Dragonball Z)

87. Chilled (Dragonball Z)

88. Bojack (Dragonball Z)

89. Cooler (Dragonball Z)

90. Android 13 (Dragonball Z)

91. Omega Shenron (Dragonball GT)

92. Dr. Wheelo (Dragonball Z)

93. Lord Slug (Dragonball Z)

94. Gale (Dragonball GT)

95. Susha (Dragonball GT)

96. Torga (Dragonball GT)

97. Lord Yao (Dragonball GT)

98. Appule (Dragonball Z)

99. Cabira (Dragonball Z)

100. Toobi (Dragonball Z)

101. Turles (Dragonball Z)

102. Bongo (Dragonball)

103. Gurumes (Dragonball)

The victor will always be the judge, and the vanquished the accused.

Generally speaking, almost all the characters I love are cowards inside. All my favorites become terrified when they are faced with a deadly situation. In fact, they are brave when on top, but become cowards when they are faced with a situation they can't handle. Yes, cowardice is an attribute I love greatly.

Yes, all of Frieza's military makes up my most favorites. Anyone aligned in this organization is my favorite due to the brutality and cruelty they represent and showcase. Those who have a very climactic end are the ones I like most.

Character Archetypes

So basically... it would go as follows, from favorite to least:

  1. Deceased Supporting Villains - Those who perish brilliantly and loyally in a brutal manner and play a supporting villainous role.
  2. Supporting Villains - Those who play a supporting villainous role but do not meet an unfortunate end.
  3. Main Villains - Those who play a major villainous role.
  4. Antagonists - Those who play an antagonistic role.
  5. Victims - Those who perish in a memorable fashion.
  6. Heroes - The protagonists.
  7. Traitors and Anti-Heroes - Protagonist and Antagonist... the characters who switch sides and act for the betterment of themselves; the likes of which includes Vegeta, Android 17, and Majin Buu. These are my least favorite types of characters in all series due to the role they play.

The quicker humanity advances, the more important it is to be the one who deals the first blow.

I have a slew of favorite battles... Dragon Ball's essence is captured with the engrossing battles that riddle the entire series with bone-crushing maneuvers. But my favorites deal with the most brutal fight scenes matching the music perfectly... The more devastating and sadistic the battles, the better. Especially the entire Frieza saga debacle... it holds the most amount of bloody, gut-wrenching hand-to-hand combat in the series run. In specific order... These are my picks for the greatest conflicts in the entire Dragon Ball franchise, respectively:

Favorite DB / Z / GT Battles

1. Zarbon v. Vegeta - Zarbon transforms into a demonic reptilian beast and pounds the life out of Vegeta with brutality as he unleashes a relentless succession of rapid headbutts, roundhouses, aerial bicycle kicks, devastating choke holds, and a bone-cracking pile-driver against Vegeta, tossing his opponent around like a rag doll. This is the one true battle where the villain completely dominates the protagonist character; And when Zarbon finds Vegeta along with Bulma and Krillin, he faces him a second time... However, Vegeta's strength has increased and Zarbon soon realizes he needs to assume his beastly form once more. Even after becoming the ruthless demon, Zarbon is still unable to topple the Saiyan's increased might. Vegeta rams into Zarbon from behind and sends him below, launching a devastating combination of blasts and blowing off Zarbon's armor. Vegeta mutilates Zarbon with a spine-cracking maneuver, smashing his fist clean through Zarbon's stomach, jamming into him and keeping his hand there while Zarbon begs for his life. Blood gushes out as Vegeta unleashes a blast through Zarbon's stomach, sending him sprawling into the air and directly to a watery grave in the Namekian sea. This is pretty much the epitome of the series to me.

2. Recoome v. Vegeta, Gohan, Krillin, and Goku - Recoome completely obliterates Vegeta, Gohan, and Krillin in a relentless combination of deadly maneuvers, the likes of which devastate his opponents to the brink of death... Recoome pulverizes Vegeta with a relentless take-down and topples Krillin with a single kick. After he's downed Vegeta and Krillin, Recoome's awesome onslaught continues as his enormously powerful bomber attack perfectly takes down Gohan directly prior to unleashing a neck-breaking kick that paralyzes him.

3. Spopovich v. Videl - After Videl keeps pounding into Spopovich with everything she's got, he just keeps on getting up... and is unaffected by her maneuvers. He has a fiendish secret; he's protected by Majin power, giving him limitless energy. Videl's systematic slaughter at the hands of Spopovich begins as she gets butchered in the tournament by Spopovich's ever-awesome combos. Now Spopovich is the kind of guy that doesn't go easy just 'cause Videl's a girl. This is what the audience wants to see: an all-out butchering of a female protagonist at the hands of a chaotic musclebound madman who doesn't stop his gruesome assault. A combination of stomach punches and face punches have never been so well placed... and the kneeing is done so well, it's unparalleled. Spopovich defined this saga's battles and took the spotlight when it came to being one tough psycho.

4. Android 19 v. Goku and Vegeta - Vegeta pummels Android 19 after intervening in Goku's scuffle... as Android 19 was about to choke the life out of Goku with his deadly grip. As Goku tries to fight for his life due to his ailing heart virus... Vegeta comes to his aid and topples Android 19, claiming that it shall be he and only he who defeats Goku. Awesome plot and extremely awesome battle scene. Android 19 gets eradicated by Vegeta's ruthless onslaught. The intense ferocity of the manner in which 19's arms are ripped off and he is decapitated clearly makes this one brilliant.

5. Nappa v. Piccolo, Gohan, Krillin, Tien, Chiaotzu, and Goku - Nappa butchers Tien's arm... unleashes an onslaught of attacks against Gohan, Krillin, and Piccolo... and is left unharmed after Chiaotzu sacrifices himself against the beast. Nappa continues to lay down the pain on his opponents as he eradicates Piccolo in front of Gohan. One of the most climactic and saddest scenes. Goku gets back at Nappa for the deaths of Chiaotzu, Tien, Piccolo, and Yamcha... and Nappa is completely paralyzed after Goku unleashes his Kaio-ken technique, leaving Nappa twitching and begging for his life. As Nappa asks Vegeta for help, the ruthless Saiyan slaughters him for his failure by tossing him into the air and unleashing a blast that completely obliterates him... making his eyes explode directly before turning him to dust.

6. Pui Pui v. Vegeta - Pui Pui battles Vegeta... delivering a spinning aerial maneuver and multiple swift kicks and is unable to attack him successfully. Pui Pui's battle environment is at ten times Earth's normal gravity... but Vegeta reveals he's trained under five hundred times Earth's normal gravity... leaving his opponent in complete shock. Vegeta ruthlessly pummels Pui Pui with a combination of bone-cracking maneuvers and unleashes a blast at his chest, obliterating him and leaving dust.

7. Garlic Junior v. Piccolo and Goku - Garlic Junior transforms and pounds the daylights out of Goku and Piccolo, rushing at them with a rapid succession of back-handed bone-cracking maneuvers.

8. Drum v. Tien and Goku - Drum fights Tien in brilliant fashion; and Goku takes him out in a single hit, knocking out his eyes.

9. Misokatsun, Ibifurya, and Kishime v. Master Roshi - The deadly Bio Warriors unleash a repertoire of swift maneuvers, including Misokatsun's blubbery strikes, Ebifurya's swift blows, and Kishime's shocking electric whips. Master Roshi puts up a valiant effort as he systematically dodges and attempts to block and deflect amidst their devastating combo.

10. General Blue v. Krillin and Goku - General Blue pumps up when facing Goku and Krillin, and whoops them around after paralyzing them. He even pulls out a shotgun in front of Goku's face, but fails when he sees a mouse, which triggers his fear of rodents.

11. Zarbon and Dodoria v. Namekians - Zarbon and Dodoria butcher the Namek elders and warriors. Zarbon kicks one elder in the neck, sending him sprawling, and roasts another Namekian with a palm blast while throwing the Dragon Balls around and catching them without difficulty. Dodoria then slams his elbow through one warrior, mouth blasts another, roasting him... and headbutts another into a mountain, wiping the bloody remnants from his spiky head. Dodoria then proceeds to eliminate the eldest Namek by snapping his neck... after butchering the Namek child with a mouth blast... and is attacked by Gohan after attempting to slaughter Dende. Gohan and Krillin pick up Dende and escape from Dodoria while the deadly brute chases them in midair. Dodoria launches numerous blasts after them. Eventually, they hide from Dodoria and the ruthless warrior unleashes a blast destroying the entire area. He leaves, thinking he's executed his fleeing foes. This here is a complete butchering.

12. Nicky and Ginger v. Goku

13. Sansho v. Piccolo

14. Amond, Daiz, Cacao, Rezun, and Rakasei v. Goku

15. Mustard and Salt v. Krillin and Gohan

16. Frieza form II v. Piccolo

17. General Blue v. Mercenary Tao - Tao executes General Blue swiftly... "Now that playtime is over, show me my real target."

18. Staff Officer Black v. Goku

19. Jeice and Burter v. Goku

20. Frieza form III v. Gohan

21. Spice and Vinegar v. Gohan and Krillin

22. Frieza v. Nail

23. Salza, Neiz, and Doore v. Piccolo

24. Cooler v. Goku

25. Ledgic v. Goku

26. General Rilldo v. Goku

27. Sigma Force v. Goku

28. Dr. Kochin v. Krillin

29. Piccolo v. Android 17 - Piccolo owns 17's rotten carcass.

30. Misokatsun, Ibifurya, and Kishime v. Goku, Gohan, and Krillin

31. Abo and Kado (Aka) v. Goten and Trunks

32. Eis Shenron v. Goku - Eis blinds Goku and gets butchered for his treachery; awesomeness.

33. Dabura v. Gohan

34. Dodoria v. Vegeta - Dodoria struggles to get free from Vegeta's deadly grip and realizes the Saiyan has grown stronger. In an attempt to persuade his opponent to allow him to escape, Dodoria reveals the secret of planet Vegeta's destruction only to be met with a ruthless, unforgiving, and merciless death at the hands of Vegeta. As Dodoria tries to flee after his revelation, Vegeta blasts him from behind, making his eyes pop out, disintegrating what remains of him in midair.

35. Cui v. Vegeta - Cui challenges Vegeta after getting the orders from Frieza. He attempts to trick Vegeta, and his attacks have no effect due to Vegeta's increased speed and strength. Vegeta ruthlessly butchers Cui in midair by punching him and exploding his brains out.

36. Tambourine v. Goku

37. General White v. Goku and Android 8 - General White is executed by malfunctioning Android 8, who stands up for Goku.

38. Sergeant-Major Purple Ninja Murasaki v. Goku

39. Guldo v. Gohan, Krillin, and Vegeta - Guldo tries to skewer Gohan and Krillin but is halted by Vegeta... who proceeds to chop off his head... and blow what remains of him to bits. After Guldo is eliminated, Recoome steps up to face his enemies.

40. Raditz v. Goku, Piccolo, and Gohan

41. Invisible Man v. Yamcha

42. Bandages the Mummy v. Yamcha and Goku

43. Spike v. Goku

44. Sky Dragon v. Goku - Awesome fight sequence by Sky Dragon; his movement is extremely brilliant.

45. Shula v. Goku

46. Tien v. Jackie Chun

47. Evil Buu v. Majin Buu

48. Yakon v. Goku

49. Cardinal Mutchy Mutchy v. Goku

50. Tien v. Goku

51. Nam v. Goku

52. Garlic Junior v. Gohan, Krillin, and Piccolo

53. Cacao v. Yamcha

54. Android 14 v. Trunks

55. Meta Cooler v. Goku and Vegeta

56. Majin Buu v. Majin Vegeta, Dabura, Gohan, and Supreme Kai - Vegeta's sacrifice against Buu is awesomeness.

57. Android 13 v. Goku

58. Broly v. Goku, Piccolo, Trunks, and Vegeta

59. Majin Vegeta v. Goku

60. Jeice v. Vegeta - Captain Ginyu is fighting against Gohan, Krillin, and Goku while Vegeta ambushes Jeice. Jeice believes he could still defeat Vegeta, but he's in for a surprise as the Saiyan has increased his strength substantially. Vegeta slaughters Jeice by kicking him in the chin, breaking his ribs with a chop to the stomach, and annihilating him with a blast to the face while Jeice struggles in midair.

61. Omega Shenron v. Goku and Vegeta

62. Tien v. Yamcha

63. Cymbal v. Yajirobe

64. Tambourine v. King Chappa

65. Tambourine v. Giran

66. Colonel Silver v. Goku

67. Mercenary Tao v. Goku and Bora

68. Mercenary Tao v. Goku

69. Mercenary Tao v. Tien

70. King Piccolo v. Master Roshi and Chiaotzu

71. Super Buu v. Gohan

72. Imperfect Cell v. Android 16

73. Semi-Perfect Cell v. Vegeta

74. Cell Juniors v. Gohan

75. Android 16 v. Cell

76. Vegeta v. Android 18

77. Dr. Gero v. Piccolo

78. Bardock v. Dodoria's Elite

79. Final form Frieza v. Super Saiyan Goku - Frieza unleashes his deadly discs into the sky in a desperate last resort to defeat Goku... which backfires... as in a moment of his confusion, he is sliced in half by his own attack. Frieza lays on the ground and begs for his life... and is temporarily spared by Goku, who proceeds to give him some of his own energy. But since Frieza is as unforgiving as ever, he still attempts to attack Goku, even with half his body gone!

80. Pintar v. Krillin

81. Angira and Medamatcha v. Goku

82. Wings v. Piccolo

83. Dr. Kochin v. Krillin

84. Piccolo under Dr. Wheelo's control v. Goku

85. Dr. Wheelo v. Goku

86. Turles v. Piccolo, Gohan, and Goku

87. Saibamen v. Yamcha, Tien, Krillin, and Piccolo

88. Gohan, Krillin, Goku, and Yajirobe v. Vegeta

89. Piccolo v. Imperfect Cell

90. Kogu v. Trunks

91. Bido and Bujin v. Gohan

92. Bojack v. Gohan

93. General Rilldo v. Goku

94. Future Gohan v. Future Android 17 and Future Android 18

95. Future Trunks v. Future Imperfect Cell

96. Future Trunks v. Future Android 17 and Future Android 18

97. Cyborg Frieza and King Cold v. Future Trunks - Trunks appears and slices Frieza in half... and then into pieces with ease! He obliterates what pieces of Frieza remain in midair... and Frieza has been the deadly villain feared for over a hundred episodes up to this point... King Cold attempts to persuade the young Saiyan to join him... but is unsuccessful. After King Cold takes Trunks' sword, he believes that Trunks could not have won without it. It's a mistake on his part, as he's blasted into the mountain and completely eradicated by a blast via Trunks' arm. Trunks then proceeds to destroy Frieza's ship and greets Earth's warriors, who are stunned at the skill of this mysterious warrior.

98. Olibu v. Pikkon

99. Arqua v. Goku

100. Froug v. Maraikoh

After the deed is done, one always becomes clever and philosophical.

My least favorite fights are those that either lasted too long and were just plain... boring, to say the least. I absolutely detest beam struggles, especially those that drag on forever. I prefer the more bone-cracking, pulse-pounding, nerve-wracking fist-to-fist battles instead of the uber-blast oriented ones. I found the Cell Saga to be my least favorite in terms of action, plot, and its lack of story-driven element. To be specific, I absolutely detested the Cell Games with some very minor exceptions. The saga seemed to be the least enthralling in terms of battles scenes and it's overall lack of compelling plot devices. Basically, if someone's not a Cell fan (like myself), then the saga ends up being a horrid experience. I also despise the silly material; I'm more of a seriousness lover when it comes to putting emphasis on the battle atmosphere and feel. These are, without a shred of doubt, my least favorite bouts in the series run:

Least Favorite DB / Z / GT Battles

1. Cell v. Gohan - Cell v. Gohan is my overall least favorite scuffle in the entire series run. I absolutely detested the two-way kamehameha struggle between Gohan and Cell. I found Cell's death to be extremely anticlimactic and a complete bore when it came to the extremity of prior sagas. In fact, I hated almost all of Perfect Cell's fights; the entire saga is my least favorite.

2. Super Buu v. Vegito - This fight really was terrible. Especially that silly bit with the fighting candy. I really don't like this kind of stuff as I find that it doesn't match the feel of the rest of the episodes.

3. Super Buu v. Gotenks - I hated this fight as well due to the pompous and annoying Gotenks character... it completely bored me to see both sides throw attacks at each other, especially those lame ones Gotenks thought up.

4. Captain Ginyu v. Goku - This is likely the only fight I disliked in the entire Frieza debacle. Otherwise, I absolutely loved and adored that saga. Captain Ginyu's fight was an embarrassment to the rest of the fights; the whole body change was useless gibberish and a waste of time... and the entire takedown of Ginyu was one of my least favorite endings to a battle. Some may argue that it was unique since he was turned to a frog but I just hated his ending and the overall fight.

5. Janemba v. Gogeta - I hate knockoff battles; especially ones that are knocked off from the Buu fights... Janemba's concept is a ripoff as it is... and the whole Gogeta ripoff makes this fight a useless ripoff.

6. Cell v. Goku - I hated this fight almost as much as the long-dragged Gohan v. Cell fight. The only redeeming factor was the honorable forfeit of Goku.

7. Broly v. Goten and Trunks - This fight was terrible. The very idea of Trunks urinating on Broly's head was lame.

8. Goku v. Uub - Uub's entire concept was rather useless... and to see him fight Goku in the final two or so episodes of DBZ really annoyed me. It was a rather anticlimactic ending without much emphasis on tension... it kept the series ending extremely low-key and was one of my many disappointments in terms of battles.

9. Naturon Shenron v. Goku - Naturon is probably the most useless of the evil dragons... both his mole form and the large bowtie-wearing form was rather dull... and the whole conflict here was extremely dull with Pan being absorbed and what not... and Goku having to free her from him. Very dull indeed.

10. Kid Buu v. Goku - I expected a better ending for the final antagonist of the DBZ saga... but I was very let down to see this pathetic excuse of an ending; the Spirite Bomb again? I mean, come on... a new and better exit could have been prepared... those kamehameha waves and spirit bombs grow lame.

It isn't right to be obedient only when things go well; it is much harder to be a good, obedient soldier when things go badly and times are hard. Obedience and faith at such time is a virtue.

I hate characters due to their actions; Since I'm a fan of villains, the worst act to me is betraying the actual villains. My least favorite characters are those who go against the villains by switching sides or those who start out as antagonists but go ahead and join the heroes. In the long run, I do dislike all the heroes... But I still feel the worst archetype of character to be the "tough-guy" who switches sides repeatedly just to get their way... and is pretty much on their own side the whole time... but inadvertently helps the heroes by defeating the actual villains. These characters transfer to other entertainment mediums as well. For example, my least favorite characters in other series are Darth Vader (Star Wars), Wolverine (Marvel/X-Men), The Punisher (Marvel), etc. These types of characters annoy me most of all; especially when they enjoy taking down the villainous characters. Ultimately, My least favorites comprise of the following:

Least Favorite DB / Z / GT Characters

1. Vegeta - a$%head who betrays his lord and master, as well as his comrades and elites; and goes against his orders; all traitors must be executed; summarily shot under the military chain of command.

2. Android 17 - idiotic malfunctioning brat loser; hate this jerk so much, sometimes I feel like pushing it to number one for my least favorites; the fact that he betrays his creator Dr. Gero ticked me off... and the disgusting attitude and the way he went about it annoyed me far too much... I can't believe I rooted for a hero character (in this case, Piccolo) to hand him his own buttocks. But this is a very rare occasion.

3. Cell - moronic creation and overall failure; since when does making a random "tournament" to challenge one's skills qualify as "evil", it's just competitive... what a lame saga and a lame ending to a lame character who wasted time onscreen.

4. Majin Buu (Fat) - whiny and infantile jerk bas%&%rd who betrays the likes of Dabura and Babidi. Such a stupid concept... and the fact that it reminds me of a doofus pokemon thing... by calling out its retarded name.

5. Nuova Shenron - big-time traitorous jerk who betrays his own brother Eis Shenron just to have that whole honor bit achieved with Goku... since when does corresponding to honor account for betraying your own brethren... scum like this is what ticks me off most of all. Especially the kind that helps the heroes progress.

6. Pan - far too annoying to handle; I believe this character's presence was the complete reason as to why GT failed and had to be stopped after a mere 64 episodes.

7. Broly - idiotic character who appears randomly and is supposed to be "uber-powerful" without any sustained back-story... Goku made him cry? Give me a break... he's just an idiotic moron who spouts a one-word phrase over and over and makes Spopovich seem like a genius college graduate with a degree in physics.

8. Gotenks - a stupid pompous combination of two already stupid characters. I honestly do not like the entire concept and idea behind "fusion", but that's me. I hate fusing two pre-existing characters to make another; which turns out to have a more dumber and jerk-like attitude.

9. Kid Trunks - little upstart brat with a very self-loving attitude and extremely pompous; I really hate the child characters who act like this.

10. Goten - for the same reasons as Kid Trunks... they suck so bad and are so annoying to stare at when they pee here and there randomly and achieve nothing crucial but bickering and whining... so annoying; they are to Z what Pan is to GT.

11. Vegito - another random uber-powerful combo of two pre-existing characters whom I certainly don't love. And to think that someone like this has a fanbase with his one and a half episode appearance... and it's accomplishments being... well... getting turned into a candy... so damn annoying.

12. Gogeta - another useless concept of a fusion... I really don't like fusions, especially when they're randomly supposed be this strong for no reason.

13. Android 18 - another pompous jerk along with that useless 17... The way the character went about showing herself off and acting like nothing is wrong... or just acting calm and pissing me off with that attitude by thinking she's too good. I actually wanted Vegeta to own her and lay down the law, and I'm a villain fan...

14. Arale - moronic little girl who is supposed to be stronger than actually powerful villains in Dragon Ball...? What the heck... she should have stayed in Dr. Slump-ville where she belonged and just went and got some metal to chew on in Penguin Village; we certainly didn't need her childish presence in Dragon Ball...

15. Trunks - jerk Saiyan scumbag who is supposed to appear and be stronger than all the Super Saiyans of the past...? what the heck was this concept of eliminating Frieza in one fell swoop when the guy lasted 90 episodes of extreme deadly power and having an enormous battle clash against all the heroes. I really hated his attitude too... oh a savior from the future who has come to make things better... and he's supposed to be this young teenage heart-throb... moronic concept.

16. Janemba - stupid ripoff of Buu's prior concept... well... all the movie villains are a ripoff of the series villains (who are actually good in comparison to the movie villains)... but this one was just way too stupid... like Buu wasn't bad enough, there had to be another moron to join the circus.

17. Pikkon - idiotic filler character who is supposed to be able to topple all the villains it took like 150 episodes to take down... what a useless character... unbelievable how foolish of a concept this character constitutes.

Time always has some reconciling effect. On every ruin there eventually grows grass, and then some shrubbery, and finally, before you realize it, what is really an old hideous ruin becomes a romantic sight and legend.

I have far too many favorite episodes... Something must be in sync with the overall surprise element and the initial idea getting across while maintaining the action and pulling in the audience. I felt that the shorter, yet more brutal battles were far superior to the longer running fights. I actually enjoyed all the moments in the shorter battles in comparison to the main fights. Coincidentally, my favorite episodes greatly revolve around these swift and tactical maneuvers onscreen. Of course, they aren't the emotional episodes or the tragic ones, but they are those dealing with the most amount of havoc, chaos, and just plain bone-crushing, spine-breaking, gut-wrenching, nail-biting, and knuckle-cracking tension. Ultimately, my favorite episodes deal with the most brutal fight scenes matching the music perfectly... with every twitching finger, every erupting vein, and every clenched fist triggering a climax of musical intrigue. These are my favorite episodes, in respective order...

Favorite DB / Z / GT Episodes

1. Zarbon's Surprise - Zarbon transforms and pounds the life out of Vegeta with relentless brutality.

2. Let the Battle Begin - Recoome pummels Gohan using his bomber in a nonstop fashion.

3. The Trap is Sprung - General Blue executes the electric eel with deadly precision.

4. Recoome Unleashed - Recoome pummels Vegeta and Krillin with ease.

5. Blue, Black and Blue - General Blue pumps up when facing Goku, and whoops him around after paralyzing him.

6. Gohan, the Hunted - Zarbon battles Vegeta a second time; Vegeta rams his fist clean through his stomach.

7. Videl is Crushed - Videl gets butchered in the tournament by Spopovich's ever-awesome combos.

8. A Dark and Secret Power -Videl's systematic slaughter at the hands of Spopovich begins.

9. The Notorious Mercenary - Tao executes General Blue swiftly... "Now that playtime is over, show me my real target"

10. The Hunted - Dodoria butchers the Namekians in brutal fashion, all awesomeness... and snaps Moori's neck.

11. Upgrade to Super Saiyan - Vegeta pummels Android 19 after intervening in Goku's scuffle.

12. The Secret of Dr. Gero - Android 19 gets eradicated by Vegeta's ruthless onslaught.

13. Another Super Saiyan? - Frieza gets sliced in awesome fashion.

14. Vegeta Attacks - Vegeta mutilates Pui Pui with ruthless nonstop awesomeness.

15. The Prince Fights Back - Vegeta butchers Dodoria after the secret of his planet's destruction is revealed to him.

16. Frieza Strikes! - Cui is executed by Vegeta.

17. Battle Cry - Drum fights Tien in brilliant fashion; and Goku takes him out in a single hit, knocking out his eyes.

18. Piccolo's Decision - Piccolo's final decision to share the fate of planet Earth; a brilliant and tragic ending.

19. Nimbus Speed - Nappa eradicates Piccolo in front of Gohan. One of the most climactic and saddest scenes.

20. Final Atonement - Vegeta's sacrifice against Buu is awesomeness.

21. The Power of Nappa - Nappa's relentless onslaught against Earth's fighters... oof when he punches off Tien's arm.

22. Sacrifice - Chiaotzu's sad sacrifice against Nappa was awesome.

23. Lesson Number One - Nappa gets executed after his valiant efforts.

24. The Fall of Muscle Tower - General White is executed by malfunctioning Android 8.

25. Gohan, Defeat Your Dad! - Jeice gets butchered exquisitely by Vegeta's bone-cracking maneuvers.

26. Goku vs. Sky Dragon - Awesome fight sequence by Sky Dragon; his movement is extremely brilliant.

27. A Dangerous Union - All the awesome villains of the past return for this awesome cameo-riddled episode.

28. The One-Star Dragon - Eis blinds Goku and gets butchered for his treachery; awesomeness.

29. The Monster is Coming - Piccolo owns 17's rotten carcass.

30. He's Here - Piccolo continues to own 17's rotten carcass.

A soldier's first duty is to obey, otherwise you might as well do away with soldiering.

My favorite is definitely the Japanese version as it is the closest to the original idea. I hate the Dragon Ball Kai version overall because I hate the music in Dragon Ball Kai. My favorite background music (composed by Shunsuke Kikuchi) are all in the original Japanese. I didn't like the Funimation dub or the Ocean dub nearly as much as the Japanese, but I prefer the Funimation dvd releases to the Ocean because the music was horrid in the Ocean dub. I still feel the worst overall is the Funimation television version; the version that included Bruce Faulconer's music (I hated most of the music by Faulconer except for a very minor few like "Pikkon's Theme" and Android 19's "Electronic Circus")... while in the Japanese dub, I loved a ton, and I mean, a ton of music. The essence of Dragon Ball is greatly captured by the exquisite tracks that allow the series to unfold. These are my favorites, respectively:

Favorite DB / Z / GT Music

1. "Kyoufu no Ginyu Tokusentai" - Shunsuke Kikuchi - (second segment) - [which plays when Zarbon transforms and pounds Vegeta] - Listen Here at 0:31 to 2:01, Listen Here at 0:31 to 2:02 and Listen Here

2. "Dai Nijuuikkai Tenka-Ichi Budokai" - Shunsuke Kikuchi - (second segment) - [which plays when General Blue executes the electric eel] - Listen Here at 0:41 to 1:32 and Listen Here at 0:41 to 1:32

3. "Tenka Wakeme No Chou-Kessen" - Shunsuke Kikuchi - (third segment) - [which plays when Recoome unleashes his relentless blasts against Gohan] - Listen Here at 1:41 to 2:32 and Listen Here at 1:41 to 2:31

4. "Mashinki no Nemuri Hime" - Shunsuke Kikuchi - (third segment) - [which plays when Piccolo sacrifices himself to save Gohan] - Listen Here at 2:10 to 3:34

5. "Kono Yo De Ichi-Ban Tsuyoi Yatsu" - Shunsuke Kikuchi - (second segment and third segment) - [which plays when Dodoria searches for Gohan, Krillin, and Dende] - Listen Here at 0:20 to 3:18

6. "Kyoukugen Battaru! San Bai Suupa Saiya-jin" - Shunsuke Kikuchi - (second segment) - Listen Here at 0:29 to 1:52

7. "Ginga GIRI GIRI!! Butchi GIRI no Sugoi Yatsu" - Shunsuke Kikuchi - (fifth segment) - Listen Here at 4:52 to 6:21

8. "Haran no Tenka-ichi Budokai" - Shunsuke Kikuchi - (third segment and fourth segment) - Listen Here at 2:11 to 4:19

9. "Kamesennin Saigo no Mafuba" - Shunsuke Kikuchi - (third segment) - Listen Here at 2:12 to 3:13

10. "Jinzoningen Machi E" - Shunsuke Kikuchi - (first segment) - Listen Here at 0:00 to 2:29

11. "Ma Ni Ae!! Nanatsu no Doragonbaru" - Shunsuke Kikuchi - (first segment) - Listen Here at 0:00 to 0:34

12. "Chikyuu Marugoto Chou-Kessen" - Shunsuke Kikuchi - (third segment) - Listen Here at 1:51 to 3:46

13. "Pikkon's Theme" - Scott Morgan - (English version) [which plays during Pikkon's bout with Goku and Olibu] - Listen Here and Listen Here

14. "Electronic Circus" - Scott Morgan - (English version) [which plays during Android 19's battle against Goku and Vegeta] - Listen Here and Listen Here

15. "Android 20 Destroys City" - Scott Morgan - Listen Here and Listen Here

16. "Wrestling Rock with Lead" - Bruce Faulconer - Listen Here and Listen Here

17. "Hercule in Night Club" - Bruce Faulconer - Listen Here

18. "Vegeta - Super Saiyan" - Bruce Faulconer - Listen Here and Listen Here

19. "Super Buu" - Bruce Faulconer - Listen Here

20. "Majin Theme" - Bruce Faulconer - Listen Here

21. "Piccolo and Nail Fuse" - Bruce Faulconer - Listen Here

22. "We Were Angels" - composed by Ike Takeshi, lyrics by Mori Yukinojou, arranged by Totsuka Osamu, and performed by Hironobu Kageyama - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

23. "Piccolo vs. Frieza" - Bruce Faulconer - Listen Here

24. "Piccolo vs. 17" - Bruce Faulconer - Listen Here

25. "Ginyu Force Theme" - Bruce Faulconer - Listen Here

26. "Tourney Talk" - Bruce Faulconer - Listen Here

27. "Super Namek" - Bruce Faulconer - Listen Here

28. "Ginyu Transformation" - Bruce Faulconer - Listen Here

What do I care about danger? I've sent soldiers and airmen to death against the enemy — why should I be afraid?

Emotional scenes can make or break a series. Dragon Ball is riddled with enormous sadness and tragedy; It's scenes are intertwined with ferocity but compel great emotional value and justify a certain respectable quality that engulfs the viewer with vivid thought and a taste of morality. Without scenes of this caliber, the series would not be the same. It is a combination of the great battles along with the great overwhelming tragic scenery that allows the series to be as great as it is. An enormous amount of virtue, heroism, and philosophical truth can be obtained from this series and everyone has their favorite scenes when it comes to the display of emotional value. These are my picks for the most emotional moments in the series run:

Favorite Emotional Moments in DB / Z / GT

1. Piccolo dies with Earth, being attached to the planet by heart, and deciding to share the fate of the planet he grew to love, saying farewell to Gohan. He explains that sometimes the best thing to do may not be what we want. Very emotional.

2. Piccolo dies in front of Gohan after running in front of Nappa's attack to save Gohan's life. Then he proceeds to tell Gohan of how fond he's grown of him.

3. Vegeta sacrifices himself against Buu, right after the emotional speech and when Piccolo tells Vegeta that if he sacrifices himself, he may be punished for his prior crimes. But Vegeta attempts to eliminate Buu anyway as a final act of redemption.

4. Vegeta renounces his evil past when he says that Goku is better than him during the Kid Buu battle.

5. Chiaotzu sacrifices himself against Nappa and Piccolo tells Gohan to watch in the name of honor.

6. Vegeta is fatally wounded by Frieza and explains to Goku how Frieza made him the way he was.

7. Krillin's death at the hands of Tambourine.

8. Tien's death against Nappa; he goes all out and falls to the ground dead in an honorable fashion.

9. Krillin's death against Frieza and Goku's following rage as a result.

10. Goku fades with Shenron in the end of GT.

11. Yamcha's death against the Saibamen.

12. Krillin allowing Vegeta to live on Earth by Goku's request.

13. Goku sacrifices himself against Cell as he was about to explode.

14. Guru's fading when he died.

15. Zarbon remembers how Frieza said he has one hour to retrieve Vegeta and becomes fearful.

16. Nappa is bruised and battered and asks Vegeta for help and instead gets killed by Vegeta after his valiant efforts to subdue all of Earth's warriors.

17. Elder Kai giving up his life for Goku.

18. Kami's final fusion with Piccolo.

19. Piccolo holds Vegeta by the head and makes him watch in the name of honor as Broly pounds his allies.

20. Master Roshi convincing Tien that he is not a murderer and that unlike Tao and Crane Hermit, he has a conscience.

21. Master Roshi and Chiaotzu's demise as they fail to take down King Piccolo.

22. Future Gohan's death at the hands of the androids, and Future Trunks' rage erupting as a result.

23. Bardock's demise at the hands of Frieza.

24. Grandpa Gohan comes to fight Goku as Fortuneteller Baba's masked warrior one last time to test him... and reveals his identity to Goku, who becomes overwhelmed with emotion to see the man who raised him.

25. Konkichi befriends Goku... but he's a crook in real life... And after his thieving ways are revealed, he himself comes clean by telling Goku he's had a hard life. In the end, Konkichi promises to do better in his life as Goku bids him farewell.

26. Goku Jr. must face his fears and meet his fate to save his grandmother, Pan, as she lies in bed. Goku Jr.'s destiny was to become the next protector of Earth as his predecessors had been before him.

Favorite Death Scenes

1. Zarbon - Vegeta rams his fist clean through his stomach and mercilessly delivers a backbone-cracking spine-breaker that sends him to a watery grave.

2. Jeice - Vegeta cracks his ribs, he chokes in midar, but Vegeta ruthlessly blasts him in his face.

3. General Blue - Mercenary Tao executes General Blue with a vicious tongue through his brain.

4. Frieza - Trunks slices him in half vertically in slow motion, swiftly cutting him down to pieces, and blasts his remnants into oblivion in midair.

5. Android 19 - Vegeta rips off his hands and blasts his head off.

6. Drum - Goku eliminates Drum by one ferocious kick, making his eyes and brains pop out.

7. Guldo - Vegeta decapitates him and explodes his head ruthlessly.

8. Nappa - Vegeta tosses him into midair and slaughters him mercilessly.

9. Dodoria - He is eliminated from behind by a blast from Vegeta when attempting to escape and his eyes pop out.

10. Cui - Vegeta eliminates him by slamming him into the air and popping his brains out.

11. Raditz - He gets pierced by Piccolo's special beam cannon and spits blood on the ground before dying.

12. Spopovich - Babidi uses his magic to bulge his head and body and has his brains and guts explode.

13. Burter - Vegeta breaks Burter's neck by stomping on it, and Burter's tongue protrudes from his mouth after his demise.

14. Pui Pui - He is butchered by a combination of hits from Vegeta, and is blasted to smithereens in slow motion by a blast from Vegeta directly to his chest.

15. Cymbal - Yajirobe slices Cymbal in half and he is seen toppling in slow motion.

16. Commander Red - Staff Officer Black shoots him clean in the dead center of his head and his body falls backwards on the ground.

17. Dr. Gero - He is decapitated with a swift kick and has his head crushed by Android 17.

18. Eis Shenron - Goku slams his fist through him and unleashes a ferociously thunderous hit, annihilating him while he's toppled on the ground.

19. Android 14 - Trunks slices through him and half his body is hurled in another direction as he explodes.

20. Amond, Daiz, Cacao, Rezun, and Rakasei - Goku completely dominates all of them with a rapid succession of repeated kicks and punches, hammering them in the right spots and incapacitating them simultaneously as they all topple to the ground dead.

Least Favorite Death Scenes or Ends

1. Cell - a long dragged-out double-Kamehameha struggle ends with his extremely boring demise. No other time in the series did I want a character to die sooner than in this part. I absolutely despised this ending to an already boring saga.

2. Kid Buu - I expected more from this ending as I was completely bored and annoyed with the prior main antagonist's one. It was just another long-lasting blast element rather than a swift and awesome demise.

3. Captain Ginyu - I hated this for an ending. It was annoying and idiotic to find a character trapped in the body of an animal rather than meet a grisly demise.

4. Garlic Junior - I didn't like his ending either. Although it was better than the likes of Ginyu, his end of being trapped in the dead zone was still rather horrid as he never met a fitting demise, on both occasions.

5. Piano - I hated his end as well... I found his character to do very little as it was... so his end was a complete bore... just seeing him fall into the crack in the ground while King Piccolo was charging up was rather lame.

6. Colonel Silver - His end was rather dull... and I didn't know whether he survived or died... I was completely baffled about his fate and I really hate when an end is left unanswered like this.

7. Sergeant-Major Purple Ninja Murasaki - I hated his anime demise of the bomb being accidentally tossed on his face while he yells, it was far too comical to his serious demeanor and awesome attitude. He deserved much better than that silliness.

8. Dabura - Getting turned into a cookie is as stupid as getting turned into chocolate, cake, candy, or anything else by Buu. He deserved a more climactic end for being such a good villain concept.

9. Yakon - The manner in which he was taken out seemed rather silly to me. Just taking in too much energy before he explodes was rather dull... and the manner in which he exploded was just as infantile in appearance.

Favorite Attacks in Dragon Ball

1. Zarbon's Headbutt Combo - Also known as Monster's Impact

2. Zarbon's Piledriver - Also known as the Monster Crush

3. Recoome Boomba - Also known as the Recoome Renegade Bomber

4. Recoome Tecerot Soraibomb - Also known as the Recoome Death Driver

5. Recoome's Eraser Gun - Also known as Recoome Eraser Gun

6. Zarbon's Aerial Backflip Cycle - Also known as the Purple Circle

7. Zarbon's Spin-cycle Rotation Roundhouses - Also known as Extra Graceful Cannon

8. Zarbon's Knee Combo - Also known as Monster Break

9. Recoome's Kick - Also known as Recoome Kick

10. Mercenary Tao's Dodonpa - Also known as Dodon Ray

11. Frieza's Heruzu Basutā Combo - Also known as Hell Bazooka, Almighty Light Cage, and Herrzu Bustaa

12. Aka Super Belly Bounce - Aka's Explosive Aura Belly Flop technique

13. Aka Super Spin Toss - Aka's Combo Finisher Cyclone maneuver

14. Garlic Junior's Elusive Backside Strike - Also known as Darkness Illusion

15. Android 19's Cybernetic Pain - Also known as Cybernetic Pain

16. Frieza's Impaling Strike - Also known as HAIL Frieza

17. Burter's Mach Attack - Also known as Space Mach Attack

18. Jeice's Kurasshā Bōru - Also known as Crusher Ball and Fire Ball

19. Sky Dragon's Panther Cyclone - Also known as Panther-Cyclone

20. Sky Dragon's Rapid Strike - Also known as Rapid Velocity Technique

21. Nappa's Two-Finger Swipe Exploding Wave - Also known as Exploding Wave

22. Dodoria's Head Ram - Also known as Dodoria's Head Breaker

23. Zarbon's Super Energy Wave - Also known as Elegant Blaster

24. Nappa's Arm Breaker - Also known as Arm Break

25. Nappa's Impact Bomb - Also known as Bomber DX

26. Nappa's Breakstorm - Also known as Breakstorm

27. Dodoria's Fierce Shred - Also known as Dodoria's Blow

28. Recoome's Hip Slam - Also known as Recoome Hip Attack

29. Recoome Elbow - Also known as Recoome Boom

30. Cui's Super Charged Fist - Also known as Bomb Strike

31. Dodoria's Energy Cannon - Also known as Energy Cannon

32. Doore's Thruster Kick - Also known as Thruster Kick

33. Zarbon's Bear Hug - Also known as Bear Hug

34. Mustard's Repeated Knee Smash

35. Drum's Spin-Cycle Rotation Footslide

36. Neiz's Multi-Rotation Pinwheel

37. Salza's Blade - Also known as Sauzer Blade and Salza Blade

38. Spopovich's Mad Banquet - Also known as Mad Banquet

39. General Blue's Paralysis - Also known as Look into my eyes!

40. Nicky's Katana Strike - Also known as Katana Kogeki

41. Guldo's Punishment - Also known as Punishment of 100 Blows

42. Guldo's Special - Also known as Guldo Special

43. Pui Pui's Precise Shot - Also known as Pui Pui Nice Shot

44. Cacao's Cosmic Attack - Also known as Cosmic Attack

45. Frieza's Tsuibi Kienzan - Also known as Homing Destruco Disk

46. Spopovich's Berserker - Also known as Berserker Crash

47. Dabura's Swift Strike - Also known as Darkness Sword Attack

48. Android 14's Charge - Also known as Android Charge 14

49. Android 14's Energy Blade Shot - Also known as Energy Blade

50. Mercenary Tao's Pressure Point Strike - Also known as Pressure Point Attack

51. Shula's Special Technique of Charged Rings

52. Eis Shenron's Ice Blade Blinding Strike - Also known as Ice Blades

53. Ebifurya's Ice Blast - Also known as Toketsu-ken

54. Kishime's Electric Shock

55. Dr. Kochin's Machine Gun Arm

56. Salza's Scatter Beams - Also known as Scatter Finger Beam

57. Eis Shenron's Dragon Ball Blast - Also known as Dragon Ball Blast

58. Raditz's Reverse Double Kick - Also known as Behind You!

59. Raditz's Double Elbow Strike - Also known as I'm A Top-class Warrior!

60. Captain Ginyu's Full-Nelson - Also known as Full-Nelson

61. Bandages the Mummy's Stretching Bridge technique

62. Bandages the Mummy's Bandage Throw

63. Bandages the Mummy's Stranglehold

64. Spike the Devil Man's Fork Rush

65. Spike the Devil Man's Devilmite Beam

66. Hyper Metal-Rilldo Drill Smash

67. Janempa's Teleporting Illusion Smash - Also known as Illusion Smash

68. Android 19's Choke Hold Energy Drain - Also known as Energy Absorption

69. Vegeta's Fist Strike - Also known as Final Galick Cannon

70. Vegeta's Breaker Combo - Also known as Genocide Breaker

71. Nam's Heavenly Cross - Also known as Cross Arm Dive

72. Tien's Spirit Tri-Beam - Also known as Spirit Tri-Beam

73. Tien's Tri-Beam - Also known as Tri-Beam

74. Tien's Multiple Arm Technique - Also known as Four Witches Technique

75. Tien's Knee Buster - Also known as Super Knee Uppercut

76. Yamcha's Spirit Ball - Also known as Spirit Ball

77. Yamcha's Blinding Fist of the Wolf's Fang - Also known as Blinding Wolf Fang Fist

78. Yamcha's Neo Fist of the Wolf's Fang - Also known as Neo Wolf Fang Fist

79. Yamcha's Fist of the Wolf's Fang - Also known as Wolf Fang Fist

80. King Chappa's Blow of Eight Arms - Also known as Hasshu-ken

81. Piccolo's Hellzone Grenade Scatter Shot - Also known as Hellzone Grenade

82. Krillin's Kakusan Ha - Also known as Scattering Bullet

83. Piccolo's Explosive Cannon - Also known as Explosive Breath Cannon

84. Majin Buu's Belly Attack - Also known as Potbelly Attack

85. Majin Buu's Angry Explosion - Also known as Angry Explosion

86. Vegeta's Hurling Impact - Also known as Amazing Impact

87. Vegeta's Breaking Strike - Also known as Dirty Fireworks

88. Vegeta's Double Cannon - Also known as Double Galick Cannon

89. Vegeta's Final Crash - Also known as Final Crash

90. Vegeta's Final Impact - Also known as Final Impact

91. Vegeta's Explosive Breaker - Also known as Galaxy Breaker

92. Chiaotzu's Sacrifice Explosion – Also known as Farewell, Mr. Tien

93. Chiaotzu's Drilling Twister – Also known as Drill Attack

94. Oceanus Shenron's Whirlwind Spin – Also known as Whirlwind Spin

95. Omega Shenron's Dragon Thunder Spike – Also known as Dragon Thunder

96. Goku's Kaioken Attack – Also known as Kaio-ken

97. Master Roshi's Thunder Shock – Also known as Thunder Shock Surprise

98. Mutchy’s Electric Whips

99. Misokatsun's Super Flexible Deflection - Also known as Super Flexible Body

100. Buyon's Antenna Shock - Also known as Antenna Beam

101. Angila's Arm-Stretch Grapple - Also known as Mystic Attack

102. Saibaman's Acid Attack - Also known as Acid

103. Salt's Flying Bicycle Kicks - Also known as Flying Kick

104. Broly's Gigantic Rush - Also known as Gigantic Press

105. Turles' Meteor Ground Breaker – Also known as Meteor Break

106. Turles' Kill Driver – Also known as Kill Driver

107. Super Android 13's Deadly Hammer Combo – Also known as S.S. Deadly Hammer

108. Super Android 13's Deadly Bomber – Also known as S.S. Deadly Bomber

109. Super Android 13's Abyss Impact – Also known as Abyss Impact

110. Aka Super Grab and Drag - Aka's ground rolling combo maneuver

Favorite Dragon Ball Games

1. Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 - Best Story Mode, Best Additional Story Mode, Best Character Roster (Includes Zarbon, Dodoria, and Cui), Best Music in Japanese Version and English Version, Best Additional Features, etc. This game was so good, it even gave Zarbon his OWN what-if story mode, making him the primary character within. The only other character to receive this treatment in-game is Raditz and this was also a wise decision. Generally speaking, how can this game ever be topped if it's the one game that has all the aforementioned aspects perfectly rolled into one.

2. Dragon Ball Z: Tenkaichi Tag Team - Best Unlock-able Modes, Best 2-on-2 fighting, Excellent Character Roster (Includes Zarbon, Dodoria, and Cui), Best Side Missions, etc.

3. Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Battle 22 - Best 2D angle DBZ fighting game, Good Character Roster (Includes Zarbon and Recoome), Classic View Game-play.

4. Dragon Ball Z: Budokai - Best Budokai Series Game, Best Story Mode in Budokai Series Game, Best Cut-scenes, Excellent Character Roster (Includes Zarbon and Dodoria).

5. Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3 - Excellent Character Roster (Includes Zarbon, Dodoria, and Cui as well as additional favorites), Great Additional Features; Negative Aspect: Short Story Mode.

6. Dragon Ball Z: Legend of the Super Saiyan - Excellent RPG-style game; Excellent Boss Fights (Including Zarbon, Dodoria, Cui, Jeice, Burter, Recoome, Guldo, Nappa, Raditz, etc.) Excellent Story Mode from Vegeta Saga to Frieza Saga end.

7. Dragon Ball Z: Raging Blast 2 - Great Character Roster (Including Zarbon, Dodoria, and Cui), Great Online Features, Great Multi-player Features, etc.

8. Dragon Ball Z: Raging Blast - Great Character Roster (Including Zarbon and Dodoria), Negative Aspect: controls aren't as easy to adapt to as previous installments.

9. Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi - Excellent Addition of characters into the roster after waiting for many years of previous Budokai games; Zarbon and Dodoria finally included here. Negative Aspect: Character transformations are separate characters by selection instead of transforming in-game; this is an error later fixed in forthcoming Tenkaichi series games.

10. Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butōden - A newer handheld release which I found to be very swift in combat similar to the original Street Fighter and Mortal Kombat style games. I actually enjoy the game mechanic used for this specific handheld. I wish the character roster were complete as opposed to being limited but at least it constitutes a large majority of my favorites as Z Assist characters (Zarbon, Dodoria, Jeice, Burter, Recoome, Guldo, Android 19, etc).

11. Dragon Ball Z: The Legend - Excellent game-play for a 2D game. Excellent multi-opponent combat mechanism. Very unique and easy to adapt to. Negative Aspect: No Zarbon, Dodoria, and Cui. Completely Skips Namek Saga and goes directly to the Ginyu Tokusentai. Terrible Character Roster.

Least Favorite Dragon Ball Games

I generally enjoy most Dragon Ball games, but I don't like games that do not include my favorite characters. I also don't like games that are exceptionally terrible in terms of the game mechanics.

1. Dragon Ball GT: Final Bout - Here's a very bad attempt at a fighting game. The mechanism is terrible, the characters are exceptionally slow, the graphics are rather poor even for the era, and the roster is also horrible. This is the single worst fighting experience and it happens to be a GT game.

2. Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi - This is a very bad installment even though it has a slew of my favorite characters. Most of the game relies too heavily on the customization aspect and not enough on the actual game-play... which there isn't much of to begin with. The game is full of faults. There is no actual tactics being used for the AI and the game is programmed to simply do a very useless button mash combo. So basically, the entire game's premise is to rely on the square, triangle, circle, and x to choose which attack or defense is performed, but not actually do anything else in terms of combat. This is the exact opposite of a game which relies on actual skills and tactics. Rather, it relies only on chance, which means the worst player can beat the best player just by button mashing.

3. Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit - Horrible Roster. No Zarbon and Dodoria.

4. Dragon Ball Z: Sagas - Bad game-play. Extremely slow-moving enemies and characters. Very poor story mode. No Zarbon and Dodoria. Terrible Platforming attempt. This could have been a good game and I'm still looking forward to a very good DBZ-related action-adventure platform game and sandbox style game, but this is a failure.

5. Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3 - Terrible Roster (No Zarbon and Dodoria; and after skipping Namek Saga which matters the most to me, they manage to skip the REAL androids saga and take out Android 19 as well, who happens to be my favorite android character); Terrible button mashing garbage added here, primarily due to "burst mode" and "dragon rush"... two things I absolutely despise with a hatred unbeknownst to man. The AI abuses these rather idiotic chance combos as well and the game relies far too heavily on the chance execution of these mechanisms rather than actual fighting. The worst thing is that these boring and lame features can't even be turned off. And even worse is that you must enter this "burst mode" to even fulfill certain in-game attacks, which coincidentally are extremely difficult to pull off normally since burst mode runs out too quickly. Terrible gaming aspect here. Dragon Rush is the absolute worst thing about this game, forcing all the characters to enter a sequence of square, triangle, circle, and x guesses and destroying any chances of an actual fight; so the health bar of either opponent is dragged down by the mere pressing of these buttons are the proper time.

6. Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 2 - Terrible Roster as usual (No Zarbon and Dodoria); Dimps really was bad at the selection here. This is why Spike is better. This is also why Dimps is bad at rosters and sagas as well as story modes as it skips pretty much every part of every saga that actually matters to me. Completely skips the aspects of each saga that I found to be the best. Terrible additional features, an overall failure in terms of game-play. Adding cel-shading doesn't make a game better.

7. Dragon Ball Z: Shin Budokai - Just a rehashed version of Budokai 2 in portable format with Pikkon in it. Useless overall, none of my favorites present here either.

8. Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World - Another version of Budokai 3 with very minor tweaks. Still has terrible game-play and no adjustment made to the pre-existing horrible roster.

9. Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z - I'm skipping this one entirely. There's already no confirmation of any of my favorite characters or my favorite saga in this game.

Favorite Characters in Other Anime

1. Mashira (Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust)

2. Benge (Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust)

3. Gama (Yu Yu Hakusho)

4. Alexander Andersong (Hellsing)

5. Roco Bonnaro (Cowboy Bebop)

6. Cabaji (One Piece)

7. Shou Tucker (FullMetal Alchemist)

8. Lee Bailong (Shaman King)

9. Dr. Fering (Vampire Hunter D)

10. Sham (One Piece)

11. Butchie (One Piece)

12. Choo (One Piece)

13. Dr. Minoru Kamiya (Yu Yu Hakusho)

14. Kuroobi (One Piece)

15. Don Krieg (One Piece)

16. Captain Kuro (One Piece)

17. Axe-Hand Morgan (One Piece)

18. Mr. 1 (One Piece)

19. Mr. 2 Bon Clay (One Piece)

20. Mr. 3 (One Piece)

21. Mr. 4 (One Piece)

22. Sir Crocodile (One Piece)

23. Mohji (One Piece)

24. Pearl (One Piece)

25. Byakko (Yu Yu Hakusho)

26. Roto (Yu Yu Hakusho)

27. Genbu (Yu Yu Hakusho)

28. Seiryu (Yu Yu Hakusho)

29. Hirue (Yu Yu Hakusho)

30. Gouki (Yu Yu Hakusho)

31. Rando (Yu Yu Hakusho)

32. Suzaku (Yu Yu Hakusho)

33. Bui (Yu Yu Hakusho)

34. Tarukane (Yu Yu Hakusho)

35. Dr. Ichigaki (Yu Yu Hakusho)

36. Peyote Diaz (Shaman King)

37. Tokagero (Shaman King)

38. Faust VIII (Shaman King)

39. Bakken (Yu Yu Hakusho)

40. Risho (Yu Yu Hakusho)

41. Makintaro (Yu Yu Hakusho)

42. Kuro Momotaro (Yu Yu Hakusho)

43. Boris Tepes Dracula (Shaman King)

44. Turbine (Shaman King)

45. Shaolin (Shaman King)

46. Nakht Pitrah (Shaman King)

47. Khafre Puljiz (Shaman King)

48. Anatel Pokki (Shaman King)

49. Marco (Shaman King)

50. Majari (Yu Yu Hakusho)

51. Hang Zang-Ching (Shaman King)

52. Cebin Mendel (Shaman King)

53. Chris Venstar (Shaman King)

54. Shachi (Yu Yu Hakusho)

55. Shigure (Yu Yu Hakusho)

56. Younger Toguro (Yu Yu Hakusho)

57. Butajiri (Yu Yu Hakusho)

58. Kaname Hagiri (Yu Yu Hakusho)

59. Sensui (Yu Yu Hakusho)

60. Arlong (One Piece)

Favorite Anime Series and Movies

1. Dragon Ball Z / Dragon Ball / Dragon Ball GT - No other series offers the amount of unique and excellent designed villains in terms of background and appearance as this. My all-time favorites in the series are Zarbon, Dodoria, and Cui for being three of the most exquisitely designed, unique, colorful, wicked, brutal, mysterious, cocky, and savage villains in the series while maintaining their military discipline and remaining loyal to their evil Lord, Frieza. I love how they play such a huge role in advising Frieza to eradicate the Saiyans (whom I despise). I love how they set the entire story of Dragon Ball into motion. I love how their story is overall concocted... that of brutal warriors who make civilizations suffer and in turn are forced to suffer themselves when meeting a grisly fate at the hands of the ruthless Vegeta. Zarbon, Dodoria, and Cui are not only my three favorite characters in Dragon Ball, but ultimately, my favorite characters in all anime.

2. Vampire Hunter D / Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust - The animation was extremely brilliant in both instances (especially Bloodlust) and there's a slew of villains I like from both. My all-time favorites are Mashira (the mutated werewolf) and Benge (the shadow warrior). I love the Barbarois overall and the storyline attached to Bloodlust is awesomeness. It's about two mercenary-for-hire teams that are after a vampire who has kidnapped a girl... although they are unaware that the girl has gone willingly since she loves the vampire (Meier Link). The story ends with uber-climax and uber-awesome fight scenes. There's way too much action and bittersweet moments, portraying the cruelty and beauty simultaneously. There are few other instances where I've seen such a combination work so well.

3. Hellsing - The storyline is intensely awesome. One religious organization fighting against another using vampires and maniacal priests against each other is freaking awesomeness. The characters are brilliant as well, especially Paladin Alexander Anderson, my personal favorite. I love the overall feel of the series... it's very dramatic yet it doesn't hinder the action one bit. There's lots of emotion attached to the relationship between the main character, Alucard, and his "police girl", Seras Victoria. There's lots of pain and suffering that the organizations must endure in order to overcome greater threats, such as Incognito. The remake of the series is likely equally as good, as it stays true to the manga. Both are knockout series though and recommended hands down.

4. Cowboy Bebop - Always loved the entire story. However, I wish it were longer. My favorite tale is definitely Waltz for Venus due to my favorite character in the series being Roco Bonnaro. I love how in every episode the main cast travels and associates with different rogues and wanted criminals. So many nice stories wrapped up in each episode with moral and virtues... so much anguish and suffering just for one series. Just the way I like it... deep and complex.

5. One Piece - I love the story arcs and villains as usual. Some of my favorites are Cabaji, Siam, Butchi, Captain Kuro, Don Krieg, Choo, Arlong, etc. Another really long list of favorites here. I followed the story to the part after the Crocodile arc... but didn't get to see more. I loved the story up to that point so I'm sure I'd like some of the rest. Each of the main characters has a sad story that fuels their desires and allows them to continue headstrong. They always rely on their tactics to get ahead... and it seems to work well in the series.

6. Shaman King - After seeing Lee Bailong (Pyron), it seemed to go well with me. There are others I liked as well, such as Faust XIII and Tokagero. It was an awesome series overall and had lots of complexity for people who associate with spirits as their fighting allies. I enjoyed many of the characters in the series. I did, however, prefer the route the manga took after a certain point in the series because the series was toned down as the manga became more and more grisly and gruesome, which was completely to my liking. In this instance, I liked the manga slightly better than the anime although both were good.

7. Yu Yu Hakusho - If someone likes DBZ, they eventually might get into this. Gama from the Dark Tournament is my most favorite here, using his Make-up of the Seal. There are a slew of others I liked who face off against the heroes (four guys who keep fighting to protect humans from the demon world and arrest demon criminals)... the story was well established. I felt there were lots of really well-orchestrated fight scenes in the series overall. And the story gets deeper and deeper as it unfolds near the end, where everyone finds out that the main character has demon blood as well.

8. Hell Girl - Lots of awesome characters that appear in each episode and die in each episode. Their stories are each compelling and enigmatic... I'm always interested to see who else will be dragged to hell by the hell girl.

9. Elfen Lied - Here's another awesome one. I love the character of Bando here. He's a relentless military guy who never gives up, even after getting beaten severely by the main character.

10. Fullmetal Alchemist / Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood - So many awesome characters who come and go... such as Shou Tucker, the maniacal doctor who used his own daughter as an experimental test subject and changed her into a chimera. And was wicked enough to use the serum on himself when the government found out about his actions. Loved some other too, like Greed (who had one of the most awesome animated fights I've ever seen onscreen). Pride, the awesome hidden villain throughout the whole debacle. And every time Roy Mustang and Scar executed someone, the scenes automatically became legendary. So many exciting scenes here.

11. Fist of the North Star - Excellent kung fu style action, with pulsating and exploding nerves and muscles. Like Nappa constantly getting enraged. Very awesome series. I loved the violent sequences and overall attitude portrayed by the characters.

12. Blood: The Last Vampire - Something about it just appealed to me. Maybe the animation or the way it was drawn.

13. Bastard! - I liked the art style here.

14. Berserk - This was another nice one.

Least Favorite Anime Series

1. Naruto - the only series I actually hate, strongly. All the characters don't appeal to me, due to the fact that they don't have color and due to the fact that they all look like regular folk but without ninja garb, with raggedy clothing and ugly headbands. If I want to watch ninjas, I'd watch Mortal Kombat (best ninjas ever).

2. Transformers - I also disliked Transformers, partly because I have a strong hatred against robots, machinery, mechs, etc. I always had a distaste for all things mechanized. Transformers in particular never appealed to me, it also seemed to be targeted at younger audiences. I did like Power Rangers though (not an anime) but as a defense, I only liked the rangers and villains, not the zords and mechs.

3. Pokemon - Sometimes I don't even know if this is considered an anime... but it was horrible either way.

4. Yu Gi Oh - Always disliked this card-related junk, all kids dueling stuff annoyed the life out of me. I hated pokemon for childish mini animals and this for childish card games.

5. Hamtaro - Another really annoying mini-animal garbage.

6. Card Captors - don't know what this is considered, always disliked it for the same reasons I disliked yu gi oh and pokemon.

7. Digimon - more junk in the form of trading, cards, and dueling.

8. Gundam Wing - and any other show that had to do with these mechs and bots.

9. Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo - I never needed to pronounce it correctly because it was drawn to appeal to three-year-olds.

10. Higurashi - I hated all of it. Almost all of the story was in random order and none of it was exciting anyway. All the characters are lame kids who try to kill each other and I couldn't tell if they succeeded or not because they just kept showing things in random order and had separate arcs that sort of brought them back to life every time. This was a total mess and I despised all of it in terms of story.

11. Beyblade - more versus garbage using tools.

12. Zoids - Another lame series about bots.

13. Bakugan - More idiocy compiled to appeal to a younger audience.

Favorite Characters in Other Series, Movies, and Games

These are all my favorite characters from non-anime entertainment, consisting of villains and victims and ranging from numerous series, movies, and games.

1. Brendan Filone (The Sopranos) - Brendan Filone was Christopher Moltisanti's friend and partner in crime and an associate in the Tony Soprano crew. He was a major character in the first season. A smart-mouth and egotistical loose cannon, he was still capable and, like many young gangsters, wanted to move up the ladder too quickly. Brendan was addicted to crystal meth, and may have sold it occasionally with Christopher. However, his real skill was hijacking trucks. Brendan and Christopher got themselves in trouble, hijacking Comley Trucking trucks and taking their DVD players. Unfortunately, Comley was under protection from Corrado "Junior" Soprano, and Junior immediately asked for restitution. The price was a little steep, so to ensure that he got enough money himself, he went to hit Comley Trucking again. However, Christopher refused to go with him, and as a result, the driver was shot and Brendan was horrified. People who don't play by the rules don't last very long in this type of life. Brendan was shot to death in his bathtub, clean through the eye (Moe Greene Special, a Mafia killing meaning his "eyes had gotten too big for his stomach") by Junior's trigger man, Mikey Palmice as Junior watched. The scene was inter-cut with tender music in a magnificent montage reminiscent of the Godfather execution sequences, to decorate the violence.

2. Matthew Bevilaqua (The Sopranos) - Matthew Bevilaqua was Sean Gismonte's partner in crime and an associate in the Tony Soprano crew. He was a major character in the second season. He wanted to move up in the ranks too quickly. He worked the executive card game along with Sean and also sold webistics in a stock firm, initially selling a doomed share to foolish clients. Matt did some jobs with Chris and Sean before planning a hit on Chris in order to get recognized by Richie Aprile. Matt and Sean pulled the hit on Chris, resulting in Sean getting shot to death and Chris seriously wounded. Matt ran away and went straight to Richie in order to receive aid. However, Richie decided not to help and chased him with a baseball bat instead. Matt temporarily ran away until his eventual capture by Pussy, who got some info from someone about where Matt was hiding. Pussy and Tony dragged a beaten Matt to an abandoned shack in Hacklebarney, sat him down on a chair, and asked him some questions about the attempted shooting. Matt was extremely afraid and shaking when he was captured, portraying a great deal of cowardice. Matt blamed the already deceased Sean in an attempt to stay alive but it didn't work. Tony and Pussy let loose with an array of bullets, riddling him with their weapons and piercing into Matt rapidly, his body jolting. Cops later found Matt's body punctured with bullets. The feds tried to pin the murder on Tony, but they were unsuccessful.

3. Sean Gismonte (The Sopranos) - Sean Gismonte was Matthew Bevilaqua's partner in crime and an associate in the Tony Soprano crew. He was a major character in the second season. He wanted to move up in the ranks too quickly, along with Matt. He worked the executive card game along with Matt and also sold webistics in a stock firm, initially selling a doomed share to foolish clients. Sean and Matt also broke some safes together, although they had to pay a large percentage of the cash to Tony. Sean did some jobs with Chris and Matt before planning a hit on Chris in order to get recognized by Richie Aprile. Matt and Sean pulled a drive-by hit on Chris. Sean shot Chris multiple times and Chris was still able to retaliate. Sean's seat-belt was stuck and Chris managed to shoot him right in the head, killing him. Chris was left in critical condition and Matt fled the scene, only to be killed by Tony and Pussy later on.

4. Dino Zerilli (The Sopranos) - Dino was Jackie Aprile Jr.'s friend and partner in crime. Dino began working directly for Ralph, in allegiance with Jackie. Upon hearing Ralph tell the story of when Jackie Aprile, Sr. and Tony took down a card game held by Feech La Manna, Dino became inspired to follow in their footsteps. Along with Carlo Renzi, Jackie Aprile, Jr., and Matush, Dino attempted to hold up a card game run by Aprile soldier Eugene Pontecorvo. However, things went horribly awry and after killing Sunshine the dealer, Carlo Renzi was killed at the scene and Jackie, Jr. barely escaped with his life, leaving Dino Zerilli to perish at the hands of Christopher Moltisanti and Albert Barese, with numerous bullet wounds directly to the face.

5. Ronald Barlog (Oz)

6. Richie Hanlon (Oz)

7. Nikolai Stanislofsky (Oz)

8. Margos Dezerian (The Shield)

9. Ari Zadofian (The Shield)

10. Ellis Rezian (The Shield)

11. Moe Greene (The Godfather)

12. Leon Trotsky (Frida)

13. Larry Purvis (Alien: Resurrection)

14. Donald Gennaro (Jurassic Park)

15. Eddie Carr (The Lost World)

16. Darth Maul (Star Wars: The Phantom Menace)

17. Maw (Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II)

18. Phillip Purcell (Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh)

19. Carnage (Spider-Man)

20. Toad (X-Men)

21. Reptile (Mortal Kombat) - The Ninja characters are my ultimate favorites in Mortal Kombat, and Reptile is my most in the entire series. Oh man! The green ninja! I love his loyalty even knowing his race's eradication and the very essence of his being; which is a henchman, dying loyally, and staying evil throughout the series run. I hate characters that change their ways, and I love that Reptile is a cold-blooded evil villain who is a henchman and is actually a reptilian henchman, which is the number one reason to automatically qualify as my favorite in the series. I love reptiles and I love his role and mannerism. His movie role is as good as the game versions and I love his fight scene best in the entire movie-verse as well as his moves in the game-verse. In the movie, I love how he is conniving against the protagonists and deceptive, luring them and using his skills to attack them off guard. I love how he guards Kitana and follows orders strictly from Tsung. I love that he portrays great resolve and battle capability against Kang (great job Keith Cooke!) and delivers very exquisite reptilian-like slithery movements as well as bone-cracking maneuvers. What I love most though, other than his awesome ninja design as well as the face-mask, is how he portrayed complete tiredness and cowardice when Kang slaughtered him with the bicycle kick; that was just the best to me in all MK. Also, his music was the best! The whole "control" bgm kicked the most behind ever to me in all the mk movies and games. In the games, I love his invisibility, tactical camouflage techniques, acid spitting, elongated tongue, reptilian forms, grotesque fatalities, and deadly neon green force field blasts... in every possible way... this character is the personification of awesomeness to me.

22. Two-Face (The Dark Knight) - Who else liked Two-Face the most in Dark Knight? I felt he was the strongest, most powerful role in the film overall and Eckhart's performance actually made me love the character of Two-Face more than Joker, whom I had loved the most for the last 20 years of my life. After this movie came out, Two-Face quickly became my favorite DC character hands down and I very rarely ever have changed my opinion. Eckhart's performance was just so right on... I mean, that's as close as anyone can get to the comics. Two-Face was the true villain of the movie as Joker's scenes were a build to Dent's tragedy and his own downfall to the levels of a criminal. As is witnessed, the primary plot point seemed to me that Joker's success was bringing the white knight to the level of the criminals; and Eckhart's transformation from Harvey Dent to Two-Face makes him the most compelling to me. After watching the movie ten-fold and seeing how much I love seeing the lives of others decided based on the toss of a coin, Two-Face remains my favorite DC character and thus, shall remain as such. And even in the comics, his character is so dark and deep. The morality and complexity of his decision making processes make him so tragic yet at the same time a force to be reckoned with. His double image and his two personalities make him so extravagant and handsome, yet at the same time, a savage yet vicious sadistic maniac. Two-Face's own enigma and his persona are so influential to the psychosis of the mind, that I have found him to be the other greatest villain in DC history aside from Joker, who is now my 2nd favorite character in DC. And the beauty of it all was that Batman flipped his head in the end to try to cover up the burnt portion of his face, resembling the side of humankind that we attempt to hide. But you can't hide evil forever. And this great powerful character embodies this double-sided coin that shall always spin; a duality that yearns to be understood. Two-Face all the way: The true villain of "the Dark Knight" flick. Best villain from the DC universe for his psychological torment and the great schizophrenic struggle endured by his own duality and the conundrum of his existence. By far the deepest and best designed villain as well due to the scarred visage playing a dynamic role in his elegant and handsome side being a clever camouflage to his grisly and deadly side. Also, a powerhouse of a character due to the epitome of the madman within, a white knight who turned to a wicked persona worse than those he locked up, and the pure definition of justice with the toss of a coin... Fair, and without a shred of emotion. Best hands down.

23. Dr. Schabbs (Wolfenstein 3D)

24. Lieutenant Kif Kroker (Futurama)

25. Dr. John Zoidberg (Futurama)

26. Waylon Smithers (The Simpsons)

27. Deacon Frost (Blade)

28. Clayton (Tarzan)

29. Eduard Delacroix (The Green Mile)

30. Emperor Commodus (Gladiator)

31. Warren Westridge (Anaconda)

32. Dr. Reginald Bushroot (Darkwing Duck)

33. Wilhelm Strasse (Return to Castle Wolfenstein/Wolfenstein 2009)

34. Judas Iscariot (The Passion Of The Christ)

35. Connor Rooney (Road To Perdition)

36. Bailey (The Relic)

37. DEA Agent Norman Stansfield (The Professional)

38. Watson Pritchett (House On Haunted Hill)

39. Angel Eyes Sentenza (The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly)

40. Colonel Al Dillon (Predator)

41. Danny Archuleta (Predator II)

42. Richard Morgan (The Ring)

43. Carter Burke (Aliens)

44. Mulligan (Deep Rising)

45. Reinhardt (Blade II)

46. Kingpin (Daredevil)

47. Violator (Spawn)

48. Billy Kincaid (Spawn)

49. Chief Banks (Spawn)

50. Inspector Rinaldo Pazzi (Hannibal)

51. Manny (Mimic)

52. Captain Dallas (Alien)

53. Herkermer Homolka (Congo)

54. Lock-Nah (The Mummy Returns)

55. Jacques (The Mummy Returns)

56. Major Erwin König (Enemy At The Gates)

57. Ernst Kaltenbrunner (Seventeen Moments Of Spring)

58. Dr. Burke (Candyman)

59. Azazello (The Island Of Dr. Moreau)

60. Mr. Udesky (Jurassic Park III)

61. Emilio (Manuela)

62. Overlord (Duke Nukem 3D)

63. Colonel William Tavington (The Patriot)

64. Saurod (Masters Of The Universe)

65. Jackie Aprile, Jr. (The Sopranos) - Jackie Aprile, Jr. was born into North Jersey mafia royalty. His father, Jackie Aprile, Sr., was once the boss of Northern New Jersey, and his uncle Richie Aprile was a capo first under Ercoli 'Eckley' DiMeo, and then later under Tony Soprano. Despite attempts to succeed at Rutgers, Jackie, Jr. drifted towards a life of crime as he began helping his uncle Richie with business. It was Ralph's bad influence, coupled with laziness and a sense of entitlement due to his family name, that propelled Jackie, Jr. into a brief and ignominious career in organized crime. He began small by selling Ecstasy to college kids, driving a getaway car for Christopher Moltisanti and then later by trying to use his 'influence' to help a drug dealer sell at the club the Crazy Horse, owned by Chris and fronted by Adriana La Cerva. However, Jackie, Jr.'s relationship with Meadow Soprano put him at odds with Tony, and as a result, he tried to maintain the appearance of a respectable college student while drifting further into a life of crime. Tony was furious because he had tried so hard to keep Jackie straight. Jackie began working directly for Ralph, forming his own crew in the process. Upon hearing Ralph tell the story of when Jackie Aprile, Sr. and Tony took down a card game held by Feech La Manna, Jackie became inspired to follow in his father's footsteps. Using his crew of Carlo Renzi, Dino Zerilli and Matush, Jackie attempted to hold up a card game run by Aprile soldier Eugene Pontecorvo. However, things went horribly awry and after killing Sunshine the dealer, Carlo Renzi was killed at the scene and Jackie, Jr. barely escaped with his life, leaving Dino Zerilli to perish at the hands of Christopher Moltisanti and Albert Barese. Jackie, Jr. then hid out in the Boonton Projects and tried to get Tony to help him, but he was unable to do so. Tony knew Jackie had to go, so he gave the order to Ralph Cifaretto who had Vito Spatafore whack Jackie, Jr. Vito shot him right in the back of the head, jolting Jackie's body forward and splat face down. The death of Jackie, Jr. had an enormous effect on Meadow Soprano.

66. Rocksteady (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)

67. Major Duncan Heyward (The Last Of The Mohicans)

68. Tommy Oliver (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers)

69. Flying Officer Archibald Ives (The Great Escape)

70. Louis Dega (Papillon)

71. Boc (Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II)

72. Mathias Targo (Die Hard: With A Vengeance)

73. Emperor Palpatine (Revenge of The Sith)

74. Grand Moff Tarkin (A New Hope)

75. Count Dooku (Revenge of The Sith)

76. Oddjob (Goldfinger)

77. Marcel (The Devil At Four O'Clock)

78. Marty Gilbert (Independence Day)

79. Dr. Stephen Arden (Species)

80. Joe Peeps (The Sopranos)

81. Carlo Renzi (The Sopranos)

82. Invenusable Flytrap (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers)

83. Goldar (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers)

84. Emilio Ramirez (Dangerous Minds)

85. Morbo (Futurama)

86. Elzar (Futurama)

87. Paulie Gatto (The Godfather)

88. Frank Pentangeli (The Godfather Part II)

89. Licio Lucchesi (The Godfather Part III)

90. Collins (The Replacement Killers)

91. Morgan's Hitman (Who Am I)

92. Robert Muldoon (Jurassic Park)

93. Maturette (Papillon)

94. Cyberdemon (Doom)

95. Jason Evanina (The Sopranos)

96. Sergeant Jack Vincennes (L.A. Confidential)

97. Sang (Rush Hour)

98. Nathan Van Cleef (Shanghai Noon)

99. Mister Bullion (The World Is Not Enough)

100. Adam Guenzel (Oz)

101. Peter Schibetta (Oz)

102. Johnny Post (Oz)

103. Dino Ortolani (Oz)

104. Huseni Mershah (Oz)

105. Bian Yixhue (Oz)

106. Otto Giftmacher (Wolfenstein 3D)

107. Barnacle Wilhelm (Spear Of Destiny)

108. Scorpion (Mortal Kombat) - Awesome... The yellow ninja! I played with Scorpion second most, not just cause he's my second favorite, but because his fighting style and techniques kick very good behind. All hell breaks loose with his maniacal fire-breathing, skull-smashing relentlessness... and his overall role of the deceased ninja is a major win. I love his story as well, the fact that he was executed by the real Sub-Zero and remained a rival of his, yet is forced to work alongside him to face a common threat; the protagonists. What an unbelievably awesome concept. All thumbs up to whomever came up with this idea cause it just plain rocked... I love his devotion to never clash with his adversary, though deadly as they are; for friends they shall remain in ferocious combat.

109. Sub-Zero (Mortal Kombat) - The blue ninja! For the same reasons stated above, and his overall majestic ice tactics, freeze notions, and slippery water maneuvers. Of course, I limit my love to the evil Sub-Zero (Noob Saibot), not the good one without the mask and with the scar... I do not like the concept of the good one even slightly... But we all need to love that awesome Sub-Zero who freezes and uses these icy fingers of his to lay waste to those who oppose his frosty awesomeness... and lay waste he shall... by turning the surrounding into a frozen tundra. Damn he's awesome.

110. Motaro (Mortal Kombat) - Centaur bull-looking minotaur beast demon thing... all out awesome. I love his mannerism, stature, and attitude. I actually love both his game version and movie version (which is rare because most of that second movie sucked)

111. Kintaro (Mortal Kombat) - The stronger version of Goro, and with tiger stripes, he's damn awesome. I love his technique and who doesn't want to get hit sky-high or nailed into the ground...? I love that.

112. Kano (Mortal Kombat) - Oh wow... what can I say...? He was just plain brilliant in the movie-verse (love the aussie) and equally awesome in the game-verse. I can't forget just how much I loved seeing his eye lasers and brilliant roller-ball technique. Oh man, and the track by the immortals is my favorite song version theme out of all of them; I love his music and development... Such a fierce character; and I just love his metallic face implant; so damn cool.

113. Goro (Mortal Kombat) - The first of the many-arm dudes, I loved his character and the fact that he was limited to being a boss, well... until he was playable in the ultimate trilogy collection, still awesomeness, as I found him to be a good powerhouse character but rather fast at the same time.

114. Armitage Rook (Nightfire)

115. Franklin Winthrop (Oz)

116. Hilary King (Grand Theft Auto: Vice City)

117. Officer Eddie Pulaski (Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas)

118. Mickey Hamfists (Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories)

119. Donald Love (Grand Theft Auto 3)

120. Stephen (The Edge)

121. Tyrell (I Still Know What You Did Last Summer)

122. Johnny Valentine (Wishmaster)

123. Rudolf von Sturmgeist (Medal Of Honor: Frontline)

124. Freder Engel (Medal Of Honor: European Assault)

125. Edmund Harrison (Medal Of Honor: Rising Sun)

126. Mephistopheles (Xena: Warrior Princess)

127. Gurkhan (Xena: Warrior Princess)

128. Lucifer (Xena: Warrior Princess)

129. Caligula (Xena: Warrior Princess)

130. Bellerophon (Xena: Warrior Princess)

131. Yodoshi (Xena: Warrior Princess)

132. Indrajit (Xena: Warrior Princess)

133. Brutus (Xena: Warrior Princess)

134. Caesar (Xena: Warrior Princess)

135. Pompey (Xena: Warrior Princess)

136. Atyminius (Xena: Warrior Princess)

137. Thersites (Xena: Warrior Princess)

138. Sinteres (Xena: Warrior Princess)

139. The Deliverer (Xena: Warrior Princess)

140. Ming T'ien (Xena: Warrior Princess)

141. Dorian (Xena: Warrior Princess)

142. Crassus (Xena: Warrior Princess)

143. Khan (Xena: Warrior Princess)

144. Marc Antony (Xena: Warrior Princess)

145. Hades (Xena: Warrior Princess)

146. Bacchus (Xena: Warrior Princess)

147. The Executioner (Xena: Warrior Princess)

148. Minotaur (Hercules: The Legendary Journeys)

149. Blue Priest (Hercules: The Legendary Journeys)

150. Eryx the Boxer (Hercules: The Legendary Journeys)

151. Pyro (Hercules: The Legendary Journeys)

152. King Nikolos (Hercules: The Legendary Journeys)

153. Strife (Hercules: The Legendary Journeys)

154. Captain Darrow (The Rock)

155. Sir Raleigh (Sly Cooper and The Thievius Raccoonus)

156. Sting Chameleon (Mega Man X)

157. Wheel Gator (Mega Man X2)

158. Toxic Seahorse (Mega Man X3)

159. Frost Walrus (Mega Man X4)

160. Double (Mega Man X4)

161. Axle The Red (Mega Man X5)

162. Blizzard Wolfang (Mega Man X6)

163. Splash Warfly (Mega Man X7)

164. Dark Mantis (Mega Man X8)

165. Bruno (Mega Man Legends)

166. Glyde (The Misadventures of Tron Bonne)

167. Dr. Shemp (Spyro The Dragon)

168. Gulp (Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage)

169. Scorch (Spyro: Year of The Dragon)

170. Captain Bootcamp (Scaler)

171. Boris Dime (Max Payne)

172. Thug Leader (Ratchet and Clank: Going Commando)

173. Lawrence (Ratchet and Clank: Up Your Arsenal)

174. Klaww (Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy)

175. Krew (Jak II)

176. Doctor N. Gin (Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back)

177. Dingodile (Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped)

178. Mahmoud Al-Fariq (Cold Winter)

179. Mitch "Crispy" Chrisman (Area 51)

180. Dr. Edward W. Johansson (XIII)

181. Lord Glutterscum (Maximo: Ghosts to Glory)

182. Lazarus Malkoth (Darkwatch)

183. Oogie Boogie (The Nightmare Before Christmas)

184. Ubersoldat (Return to Castle Wolfenstein)

185. Priest Dusk (Kagero: Deception II)

186. Frost Man (Mega Man 8)

187. Mas Amedda (Revenge of The Sith)

188. Reptilian Warrior (Blake Stone: Aliens of Gold)

189. Bane (Maximo: Army of Zin)

190. Thump (Gadget Twins)

191. Dr. Robotnik (Sonic The Hedgehog)

192. Barbo (Mace Griffin: Bounty Hunter)

193. King Gilgamesh (Hercules: The Legendary Journeys)

194. Dimuzi (Hercules: The Legendary Journeys)

195. Kernunnos (Hercules: The Legendary Journeys)

196. Private Pyle (Full Metal Jacket)

197. Carl Rudolph Stargher (The Cell)

198. Xerxos (Hercules: The Legendary Journeys)

199. Deimos (Xena: Warrior Princess)

200. Vlad the Impaler (Hercules: The Legendary Journeys)

201. Oceanus (Hercules: The Legendary Journeys)

202. Helios (Hercules: The Legendary Journeys)

203. Bryan Forbes (Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories)

204. Reggie (The Sopranos: Road to Respect)

205. Leo Teal (Grand Theft Auto: Vice City)

206. Chunky Lee Chong (Grand Theft Auto 3)

207. Steve Rhoades (Married… with Children)

208. Dr. Able Cuvier (Batman Beyond)

209. Warlord Shank (Space Cases)

210. Liquidator (Darkwing Duck)

211. Colonel Vogel (Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade)

212. Hans Grosse (Wolfenstein 3D)

213. Trans Grosse (Spear of Destiny)

214. Ubermutant (Spear of Destiny)

215. Death Knight (Spear of Destiny)

216. General Fettgesicht (Wolfenstein 3D)

217. Gerry Torciano (The Sopranos)

218. Dominic "Fat Dom" Gamiello (The Sopranos)

219. Eddie Pietro (The Sopranos)

220. Donnie Paduana (The Sopranos)

221. Special Agent John Royce (U.S. Marshals)

222. Frederick Sykes (The Fugitive)

223. Dr. Gregory Belson (Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero)

224. Venom (Spider-Man 3)

225. Dr. Octopus (Spider-Man 2)

226. Green Goblin (Spider-Man)

227. Colonel William Stryker (X-Men 2)

228. Juggernaut (X-Men 3)

229. Hsiao Mi (Fists of Fury)

230. Paul Stine (Zodiac)

231. Twins (The Matrix Reloaded)

232. Cypher (The Matrix)

233. Michael Cheritto (Heat)

234. Roger Van Zant (Heat)

235. Ben Hayes (King Kong)

236. Miles Bennett Dyson (Terminator 2: Judgment Day)

237. Alberto The Shadow (Scarface)

238. Scar (The Lion King)

239. Chong Li (Bloodsport)

240. Earl Knight (Omen IV: The Awakening)

241. Father Brennan (The Omen)

242. Dr. Ted Fielding (Sphere)

243. Paris P. Ogilvie (Pitch Black)

244. Captain Vidal (Pan's Labyrinth)

245. Vescera (The Marine)

246. Armadillo Quintero (The Shield)

247. Antwon Mitchell (The Shield)

248. Ned Flanders (The Simpsons)

249. Frank Grimes (The Simpsons)

250. Karl (The Simpsons)

251. John (The Simpsons)

252. Armin Tamzarian (The Simpsons)

253. Herman (The Simpsons)

254. Lucky Larry (Poseidon)

255. Jarko Grimwood (Blade 3)

256. Blanko (Space Jam)

257. Smart Ass (Who Framed Roger Rabbit)

258. Greasy (Who Framed Roger Rabbit)

259. Psycho (Who Framed Roger Rabbit)

260. Wheezy (Who Framed Roger Rabbit)

261. Stupid (Who Framed Roger Rabbit)

262. Groundskeeper Willie (The Simpsons)

263. Joe St. George (Dolores Claiborne)

264. Eddie Barzoon (The Devil's Advocate)

265. Manuel "Manny" Cortez (The Man)

266. Dimitri (Transporter 2)

267. Darren "Wall Street" Bettencourt (The Transporter)

268. Corporal Dean Portman (Doom)

269. Dalton Chapman (House of Wax)

270. Junior (Panic Room)

271. Scott (Wrong Turn)

272. Karl Ruprecht Kroenen (Hellboy)

273. The Russian (The Punisher)

274. Harry "Heck" Thornton (The Punisher)

275. Hector (Troy)

276. Boagrius (Troy)

277. Mark Verheiden (Alien vs. Predator)

278. Joseph Buquet (The Phantom of the Opera)

279. Steve Frazelli (The Italian Job)

280. Brian Gamble (S.W.A.T.)

281. Sheriff Ryan (Gothika)

282. Carter Abbey (Hollow Man)

283. Cassius (Little Nicky)

284. Pritchett (Broken Arrow)

285. Detective Steven Sing (Saw)

286. Abigor (Ghost Rider)

287. Dr. Allen Chamberlain (The Mummy)

288. Warden Gad Hassan (The Mummy)

289. General Roth'h'ar Sarris (Galaxy Quest)

290. Magistrate Philipse (Sleepy Hollow)

291. Zander Barcalow (Starship Troopers)

292. General Mandible (Antz)

293. Professor Furlong (The Faculty)

294. Vincent DiStephano (Alien: Resurrection)

295. Detective Jake Rodriguez (Gang Related)

296. Ermac (Mortal Kombat: Annihilation) - Now we have a red ninja. Yay... I love his being made from dead souls! His reference to himself in the plural form makes it quite interesting; wonder just how many souls he's got inside him. Interesting how he came to be from the whole "error macro" concept as a glitch and was infused in the mk canon.

297. Judge Claude Frollo (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)

298. Right Hand (Desperado)

299. Navajas (Desperado)

300. Joe Leon (The Specialist)

301. Stewart Stinton (Wolf)

302. Esteban Garcia (The House of the Spirits)

303. L.V. Sacco (Candyman 3)

304. Carl Bruner (Ghost)

305. Jack Axel (Hard to Kill)

306. Deputy Clinton Pell (Mississippi Burning)

307. Mr. Mushnik (Little Shop of Horrors)

308. Sebastian (Once Bitten)

309. Captain Poison (Blood Diamond)

310. Jonathan (Enemy Mine)

311. Quint (Jaws)

312. Cooke (Commando)

313. Sully (Commando)

314. Henriques (Commando)

315. Han (Enter the Dragon)

316. Bernardo O'Reilly (The Magnificent Seven)

317. D'Sparil (Heretic)

318. Chthon (Quake)

319. Admiral Constantine (Warhammer 40,000: Fire Warrior)

320. Wong (Final Fight 3)

321. Edi E. (Final Fight)

322. Retu (Final Fight 2)

323. Dave (Final Fight 3)

324. Callman (Final Fight 3)

325. Black (Final Fight 3)

326. Drake (Final Fight 3)

327. Wendigo (X-Men)

328. Skeleton Warrior (Time Commando)

329. Snake Man (Mega Man 3)

330. Grandpa Lou Pickles (Rugrats)

331. Boris Kerpatken (Rugrats)

332. Jonathan (Rugrats)

333. Bazda (Behind Enemy Lines)

334. Rudy Cooper (Dexter)

335. Rahzar (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)

336. Tokka (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)

337. Bebop (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)

338. Granitor (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)

339. General Traag (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)

340. Julio (Tremors 2: Aftershocks)

341. Lyman (Garfield)

342. Ice King (The Legend of Spyro: A New Beginning)

343. Electric King (The Legend of Spyro: A New Beginning)

344. Executioner (The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night)

345. Skabb (The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night)

346. Antonio (Papillon)

347. Father Zeke (Dead Man's Hand)

348. John "Gentleman" Kendall (Dead Man's Hand)

349. Frankie Lucero (Chicago Enforcer)

350. Radulov (Classified: The Sentinel Crisis)

351. Major Grant (Die Hard 2)

352. Xerxes (300)

353. Kent Taylor (Vantage Point)

354. Obadiah Stane the Iron Monger (Iron Man)

355. Colonel Dovchenko (Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull)

356. Emil Blonsky the Abomination (The Incredible Hulk)

357. Slayback (Deadpool)

358. Prince Nuada (Hellboy II)

359. General Yang (The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor)

360. Tom Scoggins (Deep Blue Sea)

361. Joker (The Dark Knight) - Joker is the replication of humanity's evils but as a definition of these stereotypes. Joker's goal is chaos. He is a harbinger of chaos and insanity. He wants to create havoc where there is peace; this in turn makes him complete. And in the comics, Joker succeeds in defeating Batman in one instance and feels incomplete as a result... this is well depicted in the movie when Joker states that he doesn't want to kill Batman because he's too much fun; this is merely icing on the cake; sometimes, some people merely obtain their joy in life from seeing others in tragedy.

362. Ian Peek (Batman Beyond)

363. Bullwhip (Batman Beyond)

364. Terrapin (Batman Beyond)

365. Kneejerk (Batman Beyond)

366. Knux (Batman Beyond)

367. King Cobra (Batman Beyond)

368. Guardo Lima (The Shield)

369. Rene Lenier (True Blood)

370. Uday Hussein (House of Saddam)

371. Warden Norton (The Shawshank Redemption)

372. George King (Dexter)

373. Merv Green (Death to Smoochy)

374. Ron Fox (Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay)

375. Preed (Titan A.E.)

376. Steele (Balto)

377. Big Figure (Watchmen)

378. Agent Zero (X-Men Origins: Wolverine)

379. Gelert Assassin (Neopets: The Darkest Faerie)

380. Werelupe King (Neopets: The Darkest Faerie)

381. Gnarfas (Neopets: The Darkest Faerie)

382. Black Knight (Neopets: The Darkest Faerie)

383. General Zetta (Wolfenstein 2009)

384. Olaric (Return to Castle Wolfenstein)

385. Heinrich I (Return to Castle Wolfenstein)

386. Angel of Death (Spear of Destiny)

387. Dr. Jacob Crow (TimeSplitters: Future Perfect)

388. Jacque de la Morte (TimeSplitters 2)

389. Pierce Carter (Swat: Global Strike Team)

390. Ramón Rojo (A Fistful of Dollars)

391. Alex (The Grudge)

392. Sergeant Morgan Duvall (Haze)

393. Dr. Philip Channard (Hellbound: Hellraiser II)

394. Cutler Beckett (Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End)

395. General Hager (Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer)

396. Reese (Turok)

397. Bib Fortuna (Star Wars: Return of the Jedi)

398. Bossk (Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back)

399. Savage Opress (Star Wars: The Clone Wars)

400. Castas (Star Wars: The Clone Wars)

401. Faro Argyus (Star Wars: The Clone Wars)

402. Son (Star Wars: The Clone Wars)

403. Ziro Desilijic Tiure (Star Wars: The Clone Wars)

404. Nute Gunray (Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith)

405. Gorc (Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II)

406. Pic (Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II)

407. Baraka (Mortal Kombat) - Fr%*(@ing awesome! the moment I saw this character pull off his maneuvers, I was especially amazed and baffled at the amount of impression there is in his face and attack scheme. I loved the usage of the blade arms and the overall brutal tactics; for a nomad character, he's a very good one at that.

408. Rain (Mortal Kombat) - Awesome rain-induced attacks; and of course, he's a purple ninja...

409. Smoke (Mortal Kombat) - Eh, what can I say... ninja, smoke attacks, awesome... well, the human version is awesome... not so much the cyborg one.

410. Quan Chi (Mortal Kombat) - Interesting concept overall; his design, mannerism, and overall evil is well observed. His role is very wicked and his sorcery serves its purpose well.

411. Count Dooku (Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith)

412. Grand Admiral Thrawn (Star Wars: Expanded Universe)

I have hundreds of other favorite characters, but this should be sufficient for the time being.

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Favorite Music (W.I.P.)

Ah yes, music is something I greatly admire. Music is broken down into particular verses and segments; in this case, a left hand and a right hand when transferring to piano sheet music. There's some particular elements that most tracks have, that can generally be broken down (much like a movie) into segmentation. These would include a rise [build, ascent], climax [culmination], still [sustained solo], and fall [drop, descent]. There's also some ongoing rhythms, particularly characterized by the left hand as a snare, which is a sustained beat throughout a track. The melody is the primary identifying factor of deciphering which tracks I find to be best of all. These are the reasons why I love music and some of the moments in some tracks are greatly appealing to me.

Generally, I only judge music based on the tune, melody and the feel/emotion attached to the rhythm. I don't care at all about lyrics [if I wanted to go deeper into lyrics, I'd mention my favorite poetry]. I love songs, music, and tracks based on how they sound, not who performs them, or what their message is. Things like that are known as trivia, of which I do not care about. I've listed my overall most favorite tracks in respective order. There are currently 792 tracks in total that I give a rating of 10/10 making my top favorites on this list. You won't find any rap in my favorite music, as for one, I don't consider most of it music and it's my least favorite genre in terms of tracks and tunes.


1. Bück Dich - Rammstein - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, & Listen Here

2. Rosenrot - Rammstein - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, & Listen Here

3. Du Hast - Rammstein - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, & Listen Here

4. Der Turm (Edel Weisspiraten) - Joachim Witt - Listen Here & Listen Here

5. Schwarze Witwe - Eisbrecher - Listen Here

6. Crazy Train - Ozzy Osbourne - Listen Here

7. Dragula - Rob Zombie - Listen Here

8. Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This) - Marilyn Manson - Listen Here

9. Personal Jesus - Marilyn Manson - Listen Here

10. The Beautiful People - Marilyn Manson - Listen Here

11. The Stroke - Billy Squier - Listen Here

12. Bring Me To Life - Evanescence - Listen Here

13. Mutter - Rammstein - Listen Here

14. Ich Will - Rammstein - Listen Here

15. You Give Love a Bad Name - Bon Jovi - Listen Here

16. Rette Mich (Rescue Me) - Oomph! - Listen Here

17. No One Like You - Scorpions - Listen Here

18. Mr. Crowley - Ozzy Osbourne - Listen Here

19. In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida - Iron Butterfly, Various - Listen Here

20. Sugar - System of a Down - Listen Here

21. Sehnsucht - Rammstein - Listen Here

22. Augen Auf! - Oomph! - Listen Here

23. Fluch Der Liebe - Joachim Witt - Listen Here

24. Leben Im Staub - Joachim Witt - Listen Here

25. Kuss Mich (Fellfrosch) - Rammstein - Listen Here

26. Windkind (Wind child) - Megaherz - Listen Here

27. Amerika - Rammstein - Listen Here

28. Tier - Rammstein - Listen Here

29. Spiel Mit Mir - Rammstein - Listen Here

30. Du Riechst So Gut - Rammstein - Listen Here

31. Neuland - Joachim Witt - Listen Here

32. Engel - Rammstein - Listen Here

33. Electric Funeral - Black Sabbath - Listen Here

34. Beiß' mich! (Bite me!) - Megaherz - Listen Here

35. Tief In Dir (Deep In You) - Oomph! - Listen Here

36. Two Søstra - In Extremo - Listen Here

37. Iron Man - Black Sabbath - Listen Here

38. Mann Gegen Mann - Rammstein - Listen Here

39. Benzin - Rammstein - Listen Here

40. Eifersucht - Rammstein - Listen Here

41. Spring - Rammstein - Listen Here

42. Die Bestie - Unheilig - Listen Here

43. Keine Luft Mehr - Oomph! - Listen Here

44. Hurra – Wir Leben Noch (Hurrah – We're Still Alive) - Megaherz - Listen Here

45. Breaking the Law - Judas Priest - Listen Here

46. Vor Vollen Schüsseln - In Extremo - Listen Here

47. The Nobodies - Marilyn Manson - Listen Here

48. A Place in the Dirt - Marilyn Manson - Listen Here

49. Cupid Carries a Gun - Marilyn Manson - Listen Here

50. Warship My Wreck - Marilyn Manson - Listen Here

51. Rock is Dead - Marilyn Manson - Listen Here

52. The Golden Age of Grotesque - Marilyn Manson - Listen Here

53. Fat - Lindemann - Listen Here, Listen Here & Listen Here for Instrumental Version

54. Heart-Shaped Glasses (When the Heart Guides the Hand) - Marilyn Manson - Listen Here

55. Dope Hat - Marilyn Manson - Listen Here

56. Born Again - Marilyn Manson - Listen Here

57. Radio/Video - System of a Down - Listen Here

58. Donaukinder - Rammstein - Listen Here

59. Bestrafe Mich - Rammstein - Listen Here

60. Peephole - System of a Down - Listen Here

61. ATWA - System of a Down - Listen Here

62. Mr. Jack - System of a Down - Listen Here

63. Aerials - System of a Down - Listen Here

64. Holy Mountains - System of a Down - Listen Here

65. Lonely Day - System of a Down - Listen Here

66. Roulette - System of a Down - Listen Here

67. The Truth Beneath the Rose - Within Temptation - Listen Here

68. See Who I Am - Within Temptation - Listen Here

69. Edge of the World - Within Temptation - Listen Here

70. Mama - My Chemical Romance - Listen Here

71. Humanity - Scorpions - Listen Here

72. Supremacy - Muse - Listen Here

73. Uprising - Muse - Listen Here

74. Holiday - Scorpions - Listen Here

75. Weisses Fleisch - Rammstein - Listen Here

76. Bückstabü - Rammstein - Listen Here

77. Haifisch - Rammstein - Listen Here

78. Amour - Rammstein - Listen Here

79. Nebel - Rammstein - Listen Here

80. Stein Um Stein - Rammstein - Listen Here

81. Klavier - Rammstein - Listen Here

82. Heirate Mich - Rammstein - Listen Here

83. Cowboy - Lindemann - Listen Here

84. Children of the Sun - Lindemann - Listen Here

85. Moskau - Rammstein - Listen Here

86. That's My Heart - Lindemann - Listen Here

87. Yukon - Lindemann - Listen Here

88. Spieluhr - Rammstein - Listen Here

89. Morgenstern - Rammstein - Listen Here

90. Waidmanns Heil - Rammstein - Listen Here

91. Muscle Museum - Muse - Listen Here

92. Resistance - Muse - Listen Here

93. All That She Wants - Knorkator - Listen Here

94. Konrad - Knorkator - Listen Here

95. Death Dies Hard - Deathstars - Listen Here & Listen Here for Instrumental Version

96. Asphalt Wings - Deathstars - Listen Here & Listen Here for Instrumental Version

97. The Zoo - Scorpions - Listen Here & Listen Here

98. Ich Hasse Musik - Knorkator - Listen Here

99. Der Ultimative Mann - Knorkator - Listen Here

100. In Deinen Hüften - Oomph! - Listen Here & Listen Here

101. Seemannsrose - Oomph! - Listen Here & Listen Here

102. Revenga - System of a Down - Listen Here & Listen Here

103. The 2nd Law: Unsustainable - Muse - Listen Here

104. Feuerland - Unheilig - Listen Here

105. Threats of Romance - Marilyn Manson - Listen Here & Listen Here

106. JE$U$ CRI$I$ - Marilyn Manson - Listen Here from 2:12 to 3:14 for the primary climax & Listen Here from 2:12 to 3:14 for the primary climax

107. Tattooed in Reverse - Marilyn Manson - Listen Here & Listen Here

108. ♠ (Spade) - Marilyn Manson - Listen Here & Listen Here & Listen Here & Listen Here for Instrumental

109. Evidence - Marilyn Manson - Listen Here & Listen Here & Listen Here & Listen Here for Instrumental

110. Eat Me, Drink Me - Marilyn Manson - Listen Here for Instrumental & Listen Here & Listen Here

111. Breaking the Same Old Ground - Marilyn Manson - Listen Here & Listen Here & Listen Here for Instrumental

112. Antichrist Superstar - Marilyn Manson - Listen Here for Instrumental & Listen Here

113. Deformography - Marilyn Manson - Listen Here

114. Cake and Sodomy - Marilyn Manson - Listen Here & Listen Here

115. Woman - Scorpions - Listen Here & Listen Here

116. Crossfire - Scorpions - Listen Here & Listen Here

117. Obsequey - Marilyn Manson - Listen Here

118. Cruci-Fiction in Space - Marilyn Manson - Listen Here

119. Pistol Whipped - Marilyn Manson - Listen Here & Listen Here

120. We Know Where You F***ing Live - Marilyn Manson - Listen Here from 0:00 to 1:07 & 1:21 to 1:58 & 2:28 to 3:27 for the primary crescendo & Listen Here from 0:00 to 1:06 & 1:21 to 1:58 & 2:29 to 3:27 for the primary crescendo

121. Four Rusted Horses - Marilyn Manson - Listen Here

122. Stripped - Rammstein - Listen Here

123. Wight Spider - Marilyn Manson - Listen Here & Listen Here

124. The Reflecting God - Marilyn Manson - Listen Here & Listen Here

125. Count to Six and Die (The Vacuum Of Infinite Space Encompassing) - Marilyn Manson - Listen Here & Listen Here


1. Another Brick In The Wall Parts 1-3 & The Happiest Days of Our Lives - Pink Floyd - Listen Here

2. Paint it, Black - The Rolling Stones - Listen Here

3. Another One Bites The Dust - Queen - Listen Here

4. Empty Spaces & What Shall We Do Now - Pink Floyd & Robby Krieger - Listen Here, Listen Here & Listen Here

5. Edge of Seventeen (Just Like The White Winged Dove) - Stevie Nicks - Listen Here

6. (I Just) Died in Your Arms - Cutting Crew - Listen Here

7. Wheel In The Sky - Journey - Listen Here

8. The Dogs of War - Pink Floyd - Listen Here

9. Layla - Eric Clapton - Listen Here

10. Holding Out For A Hero - Bonnie Tyler - Listen Here

11. To The Moon and Back - Savage Garden - Listen Here

12. Happy Together - The Turtles - Listen Here

13. The Wild Boys - Duran Duran - Listen Here

14. Come Undone - Duran Duran - Listen Here

15. Union of the Snake - Duran Duran - Listen Here

16. Seven Nation Army - The White Stripes - Listen Here

17. Hold the Line - Toto - Listen Here

18. Orange Krunch - Green Jellÿ - Listen Here

19. Electric Harley House of Love - Green Jellÿ - Listen Here

20. Dust in the Wind - Kansas - Listen Here

21. Supernova Goes Pop - Powerman 5000 - Listen Here

22. Die, Die My Darling - Metallica - Listen Here

23. Break Me Shake Me - Savage Garden - Listen Here

24. This Ain't a Scene, It's an Arms Race - Fall Out Boy - Listen Here

25. Too Late For Love - Def Leppard - Listen Here

26. Goodbye Blue Sky - Pink Floyd - Listen Here

27. The Trial - Pink Floyd - Listen Here

28. Russians - Sting - Listen Here

29. Thru and Thru - The Rolling Stones - Listen Here

30. Life In The Fast Lane - Eagles - Listen Here

31. The One I Love - R.E.M. - Listen Here

32. Say You Will - Foreigner - Listen Here

33. Don't Dream It's Over - Crowded House - Listen Here

34. The Way - Fastball - Listen Here

35. Come Together - The Beatles - Listen Here

36. Desert Rose - Sting - Listen Here

37. Lonely No More - Rob Thomas - Listen Here

38. Foxy Lady - The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Listen Here

39. In The Army Now - Status Quo - Listen Here

40. So What - Pink - Listen Here

41. Can You Feel The Love Tonight - Elton John - Listen Here

42. Frank Sinatra - Cake - Listen Here

43. Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word - Elton John - Listen Here

44. Money - Pink Floyd - Listen Here

45. In the Air Tonight - Phil Collins - Listen Here

46. Here I Go Again - Whitesnake - Listen Here

47. A Horse with No Name - America - Listen Here

48. Come Back and Stay - Paul Young - Listen Here

49. Free Your Mind - En Vogue - Listen Here

50. You're the Best - Joe Esposito - Listen Here

51. Shape of My Heart - Sting - Listen Here

52. Life of a Stranger - Nadia - Listen Here

53. Hey You - Pink Floyd - Listen Here

54. Total Eclipse of The Heart - Bonnie Tyler - Listen Here

55. Brutality - Urban Voodoo - Listen Here

56. Kryptonite - 3 Doors Down - Listen Here

57. Fight to Survive - Stan Bush - Listen Here

58. I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That) - Meat Loaf - Listen Here

59. Sex and Candy - Marcy Playground - Listen Here

60. I'm Still Standing - Elton John - Listen Here

61. Owner of a Lonely Heart - Yes - Listen Here

62. Invincible - Pat Benatar - Listen Here

63. Far from Over - Frank Stallone - Listen Here

64. People Are Strange - The Doors - Listen Here

65. Spanish Caravan - The Doors - Listen Here

66. To Be With You - Mr. Big - Listen Here

67. More Today Than Yesterday - Spiral Starecase - Listen Here

68. She Drives Me Crazy - Fine Young Cannibals - Listen Here

69. Don't Fear The Reaper - Blue Öyster Cult - Listen Here

70. Tears in Heaven - Eric Clapton - Listen Here

71. Life is a Highway - Rascal Flatts - Listen Here

72. Life is a Highway - Tom Cochrane - Listen Here

73. Eye of The Tiger - Survivor - Listen Here

74. Complicated Shadows - Elvis Costello - Listen Here

75. Dark Night - The Blasters - Listen Here

76. 50 Ways to Say Goodbye - Train - Listen Here

77. Heartland - Celtic Thunder - Listen Here

78. No One Knows - Queens of the Stone Age - Listen Here

79. Waiting for the Worms - Pink Floyd - Listen Here

80. The Thin Ice - Pink Floyd - Listen Here

81. In the Flesh Part 2 - Pink Floyd - Listen Here

82. In The Flesh? (Part 1) - Pink Floyd - Listen Here

83. One of My Turns - Pink Floyd - Listen Here

84. Run Like Hell - Pink Floyd - Listen Here

85. One of the Few - Pink Floyd - Listen Here

86. Not Now John - Pink Floyd - Listen Here

87. Vera - Pink Floyd - Listen Here

88. Bring The Boys Back Home - Pink Floyd - Listen Here

89. Matilda Mother - Pink Floyd - Listen Here

90. Let There Be More Light - Pink Floyd - Listen Here

91. The Hero's Return - Pink Floyd - Listen Here

92. A Great Day for Freedom - Pink Floyd - Listen Here

93. What Do You Want From Me - Pink Floyd - Listen Here

94. Poles Apart - Pink Floyd - Listen Here

95. Mosquito Song - Queens of the Stone Age - Listen Here

96. This Lullaby - Queens of the Stone Age - Listen Here

97. Another Love Song - Queens of the Stone Age - Listen Here

98. Bad 'n' Ruin - Faces - Listen Here

99. Love Takes Time - Orleans - Listen Here

100. Miss You - The Rolling Stones - Listen Here

101. Rock Me Tonite - Billy Squier - Listen Here

102. Apple Blossom - The White Stripes - Listen Here

103. Truth Doesn't Make a Noise - The White Stripes - Listen Here

104. Catch Hell Blues - The White Stripes - Listen Here

105. Little Cream Soda - The White Stripes - Listen Here

106. One More Cup of Coffee - The White Stripes & Bob Dylan - Listen Here & Listen Here

107. Conquest - The White Stripes - Listen Here

108. A Martyr for My Love for You - The White Stripes - Listen Here

109. Broken Boy Soldier - The Raconteurs - Listen Here

110. The Switch and the Spur - The Raconteurs - Listen Here

111. Child in Time - Deep Purple - Listen Here

112. I Think I Smell a Rat - The White Stripes - Listen Here

113. Weep Themselves to Sleep - Jack White - Listen Here

114. Only Love Can Break Your Heart - Everlast - Listen Here

115. Gefilte Fish - Green Jellÿ - Listen Here

116. Albert Fish Liverwurst - Green Jellÿ - Listen Here & Listen Here

117. A Gorey Demise - Creature Feature - Listen Here & Listen Here

118. Villains of Circumstance - Queens of the Stone Age - Listen Here

119. Domesticated Animals - Queens of the Stone Age - Listen Here

120. The Way You Used to Do - Queens of the Stone Age - Listen Here

121. Feet Don't Fail Me - Queens of the Stone Age - Listen Here

122. Rocking Horse - The Dead Weather - Listen Here & Listen Here

123. Die by the Drop - The Dead Weather - Listen Here & Listen Here

124. Lose The Right - The Dead Weather - Listen Here

125. Why Walk a Dog? - Jack White - Listen Here

126. Over and Over and Over - Jack White - Listen Here

New Wave

1. Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This) - Eurythmics - Listen Here

2. Tainted Love (Where Did Our Love Go) - Soft Cell - Listen Here

3. You Spin Me Round (Like a Record) - Dead or Alive - Listen Here

4. Out of Touch - Hall & Oates - Listen Here

5. Sunglasses at Night - Corey Hart - Listen Here

6. Maneater - Hall & Oates - Listen Here

7. Time (Clock of the Heart) - Culture Club - Listen Here

8. Like to Get to Know You Well - Howard Jones - Listen Here

9. Karma Chameleon - Culture Club - Listen Here

10. Love Is a Battlefield - Pat Benatar - Listen Here

11. Puttin' on the Ritz - Taco - Listen Here

12. One Night In Bangkok - Murray Head - Listen Here

13. The Crying Game - Boy George - Listen Here

14. Sex (I'm A...) - Berlin - Listen Here

15. She Bop - Cyndi Lauper - Listen Here

16. It's My Life - Talk Talk - Listen Here

17. Bizarre Love Triangle - New Order - Listen Here

18. Here Comes the Rain Again - Eurythmics - Listen Here

19. Rock Me Amadeus - Falco - Listen Here

20. Abracadabra - Steve Miller Band - Listen Here

21. Situation - Yazoo - Listen Here

22. Big Time - Peter Gabriel - Listen Here

23. Need You Tonight - INXS - Listen Here

24. Obsession - Animotion - Listen Here

25. Call Me - Blondie - Listen Here

26. Come On Eileen - Dexys Midnight Runners - Listen Here

27. Shout - Tears for Fears - Listen Here

28. No Face, No Name, No Number - Modern Talking - Listen Here

29. Brother Louie - Modern Talking - Listen Here

30. I'll Tumble 4 Ya - Culture Club - Listen Here

31. Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go - Wham! - Listen Here

32. Broken Wings - Mr. Mister - Listen Here


1. They Don't Care About Us - Michael Jackson - Listen Here

2. Beat It - Michael Jackson - Listen Here

3. Smooth Criminal - Michael Jackson - Listen Here

4. Bad - Michael Jackson - Listen Here

5. Delilah - Tom Jones - Listen Here

6. Straight Up - Paula Abdul - Listen Here

7. I'll Remember - Madonna - Listen Here

8. This Used To Be My Playground - Madonna - Listen Here

9. Another Part of Me - Michael Jackson - Listen Here

10. Can't Fight the Moonlight - LeAnn Rimes - Listen Here

11. (You Drive Me) Crazy - Britney Spears - Listen Here

12. Change of Heart - Cyndi Lauper - Listen Here

13. Leave Me Alone - Michael Jackson - Listen Here

14. Angel of the Morning - Juice Newton - Listen Here

15. Cruel Summer - Bananarama - Listen Here

16. Gimme More - Britney Spears - Listen Here

17. Intuition - Jewel - Listen Here

18. Summer Kisses - C.C. Catch - Listen Here

19. Careless Whisper - George Michael - Listen Here

20. Oops!... I Did It Again - Britney Spears - Listen Here

21. I Wanna Be Bad - Willa Ford - Listen Here

22. Dreamin' - Will to Power - Listen Here

23. ...Baby One More Time - Britney Spears - Listen Here

24. Maria Maria - Santana and The Product G&B - Listen Here

25. You Keep Me Hangin' On - Kim Wilde - Listen Here

26. As Long as You Love Me - Backstreet Boys - Listen Here

27. Bye Bye Bye - 'N Sync - Listen Here

28. I Need To Know - Marc Anthony - Listen Here

29. Stronger - Britney Spears - Listen Here

30. Show Me the Meaning of Being Lonely - Backstreet Boys - Listen Here

31. Crush - Jennifer Paige - Listen Here

32. As I Lay Me Down - Sophie B. Hawkins - Listen Here

33. Why Did You Leave Me Now? - Liz Rodrigues - Listen Here

34. Tearin' Up My Heart - 'N Sync - Listen Here

35. Hey, Mr. D.J. (Keep Playin' This Song) - Backstreet Boys - Listen Here

36. Frozen - Madonna - Listen Here

37. Give Me Just One Night (Una Noche) - 98 Degrees - Listen Here

38. La Isla Bonita - Madonna - Listen Here

39. He's So Shy - The Pointer Sisters - Listen Here

40. Not in Love - Enrique Iglesias featuring Kelis - Listen Here

41. C'est La Vie - Robbie Nevil - Listen Here

42. Love You Like a Love Song - Antonina Armato and Tim James - Listen Here

43. The Goonies 'R' Good Enough - Cyndi Lauper - Listen Here

44. Break the Ice - Britney Spears - Listen Here

45. They Just Don't Know You - Little Mix - Listen Here

46. Fire - Gavin DeGraw - Listen Here

47. Dirty Diana - Michael Jackson - Listen Here & Listen Here For Instrumental

48. Running with the Night - Lionel Richie - Listen Here & Listen Here


1. Spring Love - Stevie B. - Listen Here

2. Take Me In Your Arms - Lil Suzy - Listen Here - Listen Here and Listen Here

3. Personal Jesus - Depeche Mode - Listen Here and Listen Here

4. Girl You Know It's True - Milli Vanilli - Listen Here

5. This is The Last Time - Laura Enea - Listen Here

6. I'll Be Loving You All My Life - Stevie B. - Listen Here

7. Your Loving Arms - Billie Ray Martin - Listen Here

8. Party Your Body - Stevie B. - Listen Here

9. I Wanna Be The One - Stevie B. - Listen Here

10. Beautiful Life - Ace of Base - Listen Here

11. All That She Wants - Ace of Base - Listen Here

12. Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood - Santa Esmeralda - Listen Here

13. Show Me - The Cover Girls - Listen Here

14. Hooked On You - Sweet Sensation - Listen Here

15. If I Had The Chance - Cynthia - Listen Here

16. Give Me Tonight - Shannon - Listen Here

17. Too Turned On - Alisha - Listen Here

18. It's Raining Men - The Weather Girls - Listen Here

19. You Only Have To Say You Love Me - Hannah Jones - Listen Here

20. More and More - Captain Hollywood Project - Listen Here

21. Louder Than Love - TKA - Listen Here

22. This Is Your Night - Amber - Listen Here

23. All Night Passion - Alisha - Listen Here

24. Yo No Sé - Pajama Party - Listen Here

25. Upside Down - Diana Ross - Listen Here

26. Tears May Fall - TKA - Listen Here

27. Take Your Time (Do It Right) - The SOS Band - Listen Here

28. Hot Stuff - Donna Summer - Listen Here

29. Hands Off - Maria Vidal - Listen Here

30. Fresh - Kool & the Gang - Listen Here

31. Tonight is the Night - Le Click - Listen Here

32. Because of You - The Cover Girls - Listen Here

33. Tell It to My Heart - Taylor Dayne - Listen Here

34. Peek-a-Boo - Echo 3 - Listen Here

35. Can't We Try - Rockell - Listen Here

36. Be My Lover - La Bouche - Listen Here

37. In A Dream - Rockell - Listen Here

38. Cruel Summer - Ace of Base - Listen Here

39. Knock on Wood - Amii Stewart - Listen Here

40. So Many Men, So Little Time - Miquel Brown - Listen Here

41. Don't Turn Around - Ace of Base - Listen Here

42. Together Forever - Lisette Melendez - Listen Here

43. Dat Sexy Body - Sasha - Listen Here

44. Coco Jamboo - Mr. President - Listen Here

45. Love Is Gone - David Guetta and Chris Willis - Listen Here

46. The Power - Snap! - Listen Here

47. Dreamboy/Dreamgirl - Rockell - Listen Here and Listen Here

48. Supermodel (You Better Work) - RuPaul - Listen Here

49. Temptation - Corina - Listen Here

50. The Rhythm of the Night - Corona - Listen Here

51. Fire - Scooter - Listen Here

52. Sending All My Love - Linear - Listen Here

53. Another Night - Real McCoy - Listen Here

54. Two to Make It Right - Seduction - Listen Here

55. Die Bedrohung & Das Böse - E Nomine - Listen Here

56. The Sign - Ace of Base - Listen Here

57. Can't Get You Out of My Head - Kylie Minogue - Listen Here

58. In Your Eyes - Kylie Minogue - Listen Here

59. Strong Enough - Cher - Listen Here

60. Castles in The Sky - Ian Van Dahl - Listen Here

61. Barbie Girl - Aqua - Listen Here

62. Let's All Chant - Michael Zager Band - Listen Here

63. What Goes Around, Comes Around - Giggles - Listen Here

64. John the Revelator - Depeche Mode - Listen Here

65. Little 15 - Depeche Mode - Listen Here

66. Let The Music Play - Shannon - Listen Here

67. Diamond Girl - Stevie B. - Listen Here

68. Strangelove - Depeche Mode - Listen Here

69. Freelove - Depeche Mode - Listen Here

70. Satellite - Depeche Mode - Listen Here

71. It Doesn't Matter Two - Depeche Mode - Listen Here

72. Die Wandlung & Wolfen (Das Tier in mir) - E Nomine - Listen Here

73. Am Anfang war die Finsternis...! & Mitternacht - E Nomine - Listen Here

74. Das Unheil & Der Exorzist - E Nomine - Listen Here

75. Der Schrei & Exitus - E Nomine - Listen Here

76. Where Do You Go - No Mercy - Listen Here

77. Loverman - Martin Lee Gore - Listen Here

78. Stardust - Martin Lee Gore - Listen Here & Listen Here

79. Dangerous - Depeche Mode - Listen Here

80. Land of the Sea and Sun - Baha Men - Listen Here

81. U Can't Touch This - MC Hammer - Listen Here


1. Control (Juno Reactor Instrumental - used as Reptile's theme in Mortal Kombat) - Traci Lords - Listen Here

2. Blue (Da Ba Dee) - Eiffel 65 - Listen Here

3. Kano (Use Your Might) - The Immortals - Listen Here

4. Kernkraft 400 - Zombie Nation - Listen Here

5. Techno Syndrome (Mortal Kombat) - The Immortals - Listen Here

6. Sonya (Go Go Go) - The Immortals - Listen Here

7. They - Jem - Listen Here

8. Natural Blues - Moby - Listen Here

9. Confusion - New Order - Listen Here

10. Johnny Cage (Prepare Yourself) - The Immortals - Listen Here

11. Liu Kang (Born In China) - The Immortals - Listen Here

12. Sub-Zero (Chinese Ninja Warrior) - The Immortals - Listen Here


1. Jamming - Bob Marley - Listen Here

2. Get Up, Stand Up - Bob Marley - Listen Here

3. Angel - Shaggy - Listen Here

4. Everyone Falls in Love Sometime - Tanto Metro & Devonte - Listen Here

5. Here Comes the Hotstepper - Ini Kamoze - Listen Here

6. Bad Boys - Inner Circle - Listen Here

7. Stir It Up - Bob Marley - Listen Here

8. Tipsy Dazy - Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers - Listen Here

9. Cool Rasta - The Heptones - Listen Here

10. Turn Me On - Kevin Lyttle featuring Spragga Benz - Listen Here

11. Red Red Wine - UB40 - Listen Here


1. Zartir Lao (Khoujan Asgyar Zork Eh Joghver) - Kohar Symphony Orchestra & Choir, Various - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

2. Taganka - Mikhail Shufutinsky - Listen Here

3. Tumbalalaika - Various - Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

4. Kalinka - Alexandrov Ensemble (Red Army Choir), Various - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

5. Katyusha - Alexandrov Ensemble (Red Army Choir), Various - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

6. Lezginka - Various - Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

7. Korobeiniki - Mikhail Shufutinsky, Various - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

8. Pidmanula Pidvela - Various - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

9. Il Povero Soldato - Gigliola Cinquetti - Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

10. Garoun Garouneh - Andy, Various - Listen Here and Listen Here

11. Mavi Boncuk - Emel Sayın - Listen Here and Listen Here

12. Her Akşam Sarhoş - Darío Moreno - Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

13. Siro Amar (Սիրո ամառ) (Mer Hayastanum Tsiran E Hasnum) - Rouben Matevossian - Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

14. Soltane Ghalbha - Aref, Various - Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

15. Oor Eyir, Asdvads? (Where Were You, God?) - Arthur Meschian - Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

16. I Don't Know - Arthur Meschian - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

17. But Alas - Arthur Meschian - Listen Here

18. V Put (Let's Go) - Alexandrov Ensemble (Red Army Choir) - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

19. Aman Avci Vurma Beni - Barış Manço, Various - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

20. Bir Sevgi Istiyorum - Zeki Müren, Various - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

21. Das Lied von der Einheitsfront / Einheitsfrontlied - Ernst Busch - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

22. Yerkir Hnamya (Ancient Land) - Arthur Meschian - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

23. Troika - Alexandrov Ensemble (Red Army Choir) - Listen Here and Listen Here

24. Farewell of Slavianka - Alexandrov Ensemble (Red Army Choir) - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

25. Oror Im Balas - Barsegh Kanachyan (writer), Various - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

26. Ari Im Sokhag - Lilit Pipoyan, Various - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

27. Anor - Lilit Pipoyan, Various - Listen Here and Listen Here

28. Пушинка белая (Pushinka Belaya) - Valentina Tolkunova - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here

29. Smuglianka - Alexandrov Ensemble (Red Army Choir) - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

30. Frida: La Llorona - Chavela Vargas - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

31. C'ereno Tre Sorelle - Gigliola Cinquetti - Listen Here

32. Hinkalla - Tatul Altunyan Ensemble - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here at 2:05 to 3:50

33. Singarella - Mikhail Shufutinsky - Listen Here

34. Million Alykh Roz - Alla Pugacheva - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

35. Alenka - Mikhail Shufutinsky - Listen Here and Listen Here

36. Makhnem Ne Gliadya (Махнём не глядя) - Mark Bernes - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

37. Kavanoz Dipli Dünya - Emel Sayın, Various - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

38. Rändajad - Urban Symphony - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

39. Hicran - Emel Sayın - Listen Here and Listen Here

40. Feride - Emel Sayın - Listen Here and Listen Here

41. Kozachok - Mikhail Shufutinsky, Various - Listen Here

42. Senden Başka - Emel Sayın - Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

43. Aşkını Soyle Bana - Emel Sayın - Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

44. Aşkın Kanunu - Emel Sayın, Various - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

45. Der Heimliche Aufmarsch - Ernst Busch, Various - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here and Listen Here

46. Eller - Emel Sayın - Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

47. Arunod Drosh (Bloody Flag) - Various - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

48. Sehnsucht nach der Heimat - Ernst Busch - Listen Here and Listen Here

49. Ach Ihr Wege - Ernst Busch - Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

50. Lied vom Vaterland - Ernst Busch - Listen Here and Listen Here

51. Lied der Werktätigen - Ernst Busch - Listen Here

52. Adelante Campesinos - Ernst Busch - Listen Here and Listen Here

53. Gaghdni Ser - Andre Danik - Listen Here & Listen Here

54. Adanayi Voghperke - Various - Listen Here and Listen Here

55. Polyushka Polye - Alexandrov Ensemble (Red Army Choir) - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

56. Marjanja - Mikhail Shufutinsky - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

57. Osen (Autumn) - Alla Pugacheva - Listen Here and Listen Here

58. Tsiganka - Mikhail Shufutinsky - Listen Here and Listen Here

59. Pivo - Vody (пиво-воды) - Mikhail Shufutinsky - Listen Here

60. Dusha Bolit (Душа Болит) - Mikhail Shufutinsky - Listen Here and Listen Here

61. Bez Menya (Без меня) - Alla Pugacheva - Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

62. Leviy Bereg Dona (Левый берег дона) - Mikhail Shufutinsky - Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

63. Arkadoot Es - Rouben Matevossian

64. Starinnye Chasy (Старинные часы) - Alla Pugacheva - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

65. Garodis Hyourn Es (Կարօտիս հիւրն ես) - Rouben Matevossian - Listen Here

66. Sere Chi Dzeranoum (Սերը չի ծերանում ) (Love Doesn't Age) - Konstantin Orbelian (composer) and Georgi Minasyan (singer), Various - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

67. Salam (La Paz al Final) - Alabina - Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

68. Sons of Sassoun (Սասունի Զաւակները) - Manuel Menengichian - Listen Here at 1:45:55 to 1:47:05

69. Babi-Stervi (Бабы-стервы) - Irina Allegrova - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

70. Yerushalaim shel zahav (Jerusalem of Gold) - Ofra Haza, Various - Listen Here and Listen Here

71. Siro Ganch - Andre Danik - Listen Here

72. Hasaket Bartsr - Andre Danik - Listen Here

73. Pari Aragil - Andre Danik, Various - Listen Here and Listen Here

74. Yerkir Nayiri - Andre Danik

75. Jermak Hars - Andre Danik

76. Ciao Bambino, Sorry - Mireille Mathieu - Listen Here and Listen Here

77. Gharabaghtsin - Rouben Matevossian, Various - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

78. Vortegh Gtnem Kez (Where Can I Find You) - Georgi Minasyan, Various - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

79. Galis es (You're Coming) - Georgi Minasyan (singer) and Konstantin Orbelian (composer) - Listen Here

80. Sev Acherov Aghchik (Black Eyed Girl) - Georgi Minasyan, Various - Listen Here and Listen Here

81. Arevik - Georgi Minasyan (singer) and Konstantin Orbelian (composer) - Listen Here

82. Anliyorsun Degil Mi - Listen Here, Teoman - Listen Here and Listen Here

83. Anliyorsun Degil Mi - Barış Manço - Listen Here

84. Jegoudig - Marten Yorgantz - Listen Here and Listen Here

85. Yerchangoutyan Artzounknere (Tears of Happiness) - Manuel Menengichian - Listen Here at 0:00 to 4:12, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

86. Sharmanka - Nikolay Baskov - Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

87. Casatschok - Dimitri Dourakine - Listen Here

88. МОРЕ, МОРЕ (Moree, Moree) - Mikhail Shufutinsky, Various - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

89. Seventeen Moments of Spring: Ne Dumai o Sekundakh Svysoka - Mikael Tariverdiev - Listen Here and Listen Here

90. Seventeen Moments of Spring: Vstrecha S Zhenoi (Meeting with Wife) - Mikael Tariverdiev - Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

91. Seventeen Moments of Spring: Gde To Daleko - Mikael Tariverdiev - Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

92. Soli- Adriano Celentano - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

93. Hafanana - Listen Here, Afric Simone - Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

94. Noch - Nikolay Baskov and Diana Gurtskaya - Listen Here

95. Es Inch Zouloum Ashkhar E (English Version: The Night Was Bright) - Manuel Menengichian - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here at 1:26 to 7:37 and Listen Here

96. Podmoskovnye Vechera - Mikhail Shufutinsky, Various - Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

97. Yes Ge Yerkem Miyayn Kez Hamar - Manuel Menengichian

98. Yerazner Mayragan - Manuel Menengichian - Listen Here

99. Dorogoi Dlinnoyu - Various, written by Boris Fomin - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

100. Tou Im Yarn Es - Manuel Menengichian - Listen Here

101. Yerkir, Moratzir (Sing, Forget) - Manuel Menengichian - Listen Here

102. Tou Sbasir - Manuel Menengichian - Listen Here

103. Karnaval - Nikolay Baskov - Listen Here

104. Zeleniý Svet - Valery Leontiev Listen Here

105. Chertovo Koleso - Muslim Magomaev - Listen Here

106. La Bande à Bonnot - Joe Dassin - Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

107. Zai Zai Zai - Joe Dassin - Listen Here and Listen Here

108. Tonakan Par - Karo Hayrapetyan - Listen Here and Listen Here

109. Ambi Dagits - Kohar Symphony Orchestra & Choir, Various - Listen Here and Listen Here

110. Yerevan - Manuel Menengichian - Listen Here at 4:13 to 8:22

111. Mege Chga Kez Nman - Manuel Menengichian

112. Corazon, Corazon - Julio Iglesias - Listen Here

113. ВАНЯ (Vanye) - Mikhail Shufutinsky

114. Костровая (Kostrovaya) - Mikhail Shufutinsky - Listen Here

115. ПИВО-ВОДЫ (Piva-Vadi) - Mikhail Shufutinsky - Listen Here

116. Перышки (Peryshki) - Mikhail Shufutinsky - Listen Here

117. Paranaue - Capoeira - Listen Here

118. Tsiganka (2) - Mikhail Shufutinsky

119. Chknagh Yeraz - Rouben Matevossian, Various - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

120. The Song of the Volga Boatmen (Ey Ukhnem) - Alexandrov Ensemble (Red Army Choir), Paul Robeson, Various - Listen Here and Listen Here

121. Salut - Joe Dassin - Listen Here

122. Le Café Des Trois Colombes - Joe Dassin - Listen Here

123. Et si tu n'existais pas - Joe Dassin - Listen Here

124. L'été indien - Joe Dassin - Listen Here

125. Ochi Chyornye - Mikhail Shufutinsky, Various - Listen Here and Listen Here

126. Kaliyon Ka Chaman - Meghna Naidu - Listen Here

127. Gökyüzünde Yalnız Gezen Yıldızlar - Emel Sayın, Various - Listen Here

128. Azg Parapandz - Various - Listen Here, Listen Here, and Listen Here

129. The Sacred War - Alexander Vasilyevich Alexandrov & Vasily Lebedev-Kumach - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, & Listen Here

130. Golden Violin - Alex Feldman - Listen Here

131. Salma Ya Salama - Alabina - Listen Here

R&B and Soul

1. A Place in The Sun - Engelbert Humperdinck - Listen Here

2. A Place in The Sun - Stevie Wonder - Listen Here and Listen Here

3. Baby I Need Your Loving - Four Tops - Listen Here and Listen Here

4. Mammy Blue - Julio Iglesias - Listen Here and Listen Here

5. Crazy - Gnarls Barkley - Listen Here and Listen Here

6. Part-Time Lover - Stevie Wonder - Listen Here

7. Case of the Ex - Mýa - Listen Here

8. Hit the Road Jack - Ray Charles - Listen Here and Listen Here

9. Fever - Peggy Lee - Listen Here and Listen Here

10. You Make Me Wanna... - Usher - Listen Here and Listen Here

11. No Diggity - Blackstreet featuring Dr. Dre and Queen Pen - Listen Here

12. Kiss From A Rose - Seal - Listen Here and Listen Here

13. All My Life - K-Ci and Jojo - Listen Here and Listen Here

14. I Wonder Why - Dion and The Belmonts - Listen Here

15. Across 110th Street - Bobby Womack (singer), J. J. Johnson (score) - Listen Here

16. War - Edwin Starr - Listen Here

17. Woke Up This Morning - Alabama 3 - Listen Here and Listen Here at 1:44 to 5:19

Soundtrack and BGM

1. Dragon Ball: Kyoufu no Ginyu Tokusentai - Shunsuke Kikuchi - Listen Here at 0:31 to 2:01, Listen Here at 0:31 to 2:02 and Listen Here

2. Dragon Ball: Dai Nijuuikkai Tenka-Ichi Budokai - Shunsuke Kikuchi - Listen Here at 0:41 to 1:32 and Listen Here at 0:41 to 1:32

3. Dragon Ball: Tenka Wakeme No Chou-Kessen - Shunsuke Kikuchi - Listen Here at 1:41 to 2:32 and Listen Here at 1:41 to 2:31

4. Papillon theme - Jerry Goldsmith - Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

5. Candyman: Music Box - Philip Glass - Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

6. Balto: Heritage of The Wolf - James Horner - Listen Here at 1:29 to 2:46, Listen Here at 1:28 to 2:47, Listen Here and Listen Here at 1:20 to 2:38

7. Enemy at The Gates: Tania - James Horner - Listen Here at 0:00 to 2:38

8. YuYu Hakusho: Time of Battle - Yusuke Honma - Listen Here at 0:37 to 3:05, Listen Here at 0:37 to 3:03 and Listen Here at 0:32 to 1:56

9. Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh (Opening theme) - Philip Glass - Listen Here and Listen Here

10. The Last of the Mohicans: Promentory - Enya - Listen Here

11. Dragon Ball: Mashinki no Nemuri Hime - Shunsuke Kikuchi - Listen Here at 2:10 to 3:34

12. Xena: Warrior Princess - Gabrielle's Dance ("Who's Gurkhan?") - Joseph LoDuca - Listen Here

13. Dragon Ball: Kono Yo De Ichi-Ban Tsuyoi Yatsu - Shunsuke Kikuchi - Listen Here at 0:20 to 3:18

14. Inuyasha: Juusensha Ginkotsu - Kaoru Wada - Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

15. Inuyasha: Warera Shichinntai - Kaoru Wada - Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

16. Nu Pogodi: Kalinka - Orchester Günter Gollasch - Listen Here

17. Nu Pogodi: Little Man - Franck Pourcel - Listen Here

18. Dragon Ball: Kyoukugen Battaru! San Bai Suupa Saiya-jin - Shunsuke Kikuchi - Listen Here at 0:29 to 1:52

19. Ginga GIRI GIRI!! Butchi GIRI no Sugoi Yatsu - Shunsuke Kikuchi - Listen Here at 4:52 to 6:21

20. Borat: O Kazakhstan - Erran Baron Cohen - Listen Here and Listen Here

21. The Nightmare Before Christmas: Making Christmas - Danny Elfman - Listen Here

22. Moonlight Densetsu - Dali - Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

23. The Nightmare Before Christmas: Kidnap the Sandy Claws - Danny Elfman - Listen Here

24. The Nightmare Before Christmas: Oogie Boogie's Song - Danny Elfman - Listen Here

25. Requiem for a Dream: Lux Aeterna - Clint Mansell - Listen Here

26. Sailor Moon: I Want Someone To Love - Jennifer Cihi (Serena), Patricia Tollett (Lita) and Sandy Howell (Raye) - Listen Here

27. Go Green Ranger Go - Ron Wasserman - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

28. White Ranger Tiger Power - Ron Wasserman - Listen Here and Listen Here

29. Down the Road - Amy Jo Johnson - Listen Here and Listen Here

30. Nu Pogodi: Easy Livin' Coming Closer PopCorn - James Last - Listen Here from 1:14 to 2:50

31. Dragon Ball: Pikkon's Theme - Scott Morgan - Listen Here and Listen Here

32. Dragon Ball: Electronic Circus - Scott Morgan - Listen Here and Listen Here

33. Dragon Ball: Android 20 Destroys City - Scott Morgan - Listen Here and Listen Here

34. Dragon Ball: Wrestling Rock with Lead - Bruce Faulconer - Listen Here and Listen Here

35. Dragon Ball: Hercule in Night Club - Bruce Faulconer - Listen Here

36. Dragon Ball: Vegeta - Super Saiyan - Bruce Faulconer - Listen Here and Listen Here

37. Jackie Chan's Who Am I: Battle Theme - Nathan Wang - Listen Here from 2:46 to end

38. Dragon Ball: Super Buu - Bruce Faulconer - Listen Here

39. Dragon Ball: Majin Theme - Bruce Faulconer - Listen Here

40. Dennis the Menace - Jerry Goldsmith - Listen Here are 0:58 to 1:57

41. Dragon Ball: Piccolo and Nail Fuse - Bruce Faulconer - Listen Here

42. Inuyasha: Youen (Fascinating) - Kaoru Wada - Listen Here

43. The Great Escape theme - Elmer Bernstein - Listen Here

44. Dragon Ball: Haran no Tenka-ichi Budokai - Shunsuke Kikuchi - Listen Here at 2:11 to 4:19

45. Dragon Ball: Kamesennin Saigo no Mafuba - Shunsuke Kikuchi - Listen Here at 2:12 to 3:13

46. Dragon Ball: Jinzoningen Machi E - Shunsuke Kikuchi - Listen Here at 0:00 to 2:29

47. Dragon Ball: Ma Ni Ae!! Nanatsu no Doragonbaru - Shunsuke Kikuchi - Listen Here at 0:00 to 0:34

48. Dragon Ball: Chikyuu Marugoto Chou-Kessen - Shunsuke Kikuchi - Listen Here at 1:51 to 3:46

49. Hate is the Star - Joseph LoDuca - Listen Here from 0:44 to 2:20

50. Dragon Ball: We Were Angels - composed by Ike Takeshi, lyrics by Mori Yukinojou, arranged by Totsuka Osamu and performed by Hironobu Kageyama - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

51. Charlotte's Web: Deep in the Dark - The Sherman Brothers (Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman) & Irwin Kostal - Listen Here

52. Road to Perdition: Lexington Hotel, Room 1432 - Thomas Newman - Listen Here, Listen Here, & Listen Here

53. The Godfather: The Baptism - Nino Rota - Listen Here & Listen Here

54. Are You Afraid of the Dark? Intro - Jeff Zahn & Jeff Fisher - Listen Here & Listen Here

55. Are You Afraid of the Dark? Ending - Jeff Zahn & Jeff Fisher - Listen Here & Listen Here

56. Nu Pogodi: Carousel - V.M.Ignatiev S.S. Chebushev Leningrad Radio Committee Band feat. V.H. Iezdickovsky - Listen Here

57. Dragon Ball: Piccolo vs. Frieza - Bruce Faulconer - Listen Here

58. Dragon Ball: Piccolo vs. 17 - Bruce Faulconer - Listen Here

59. Dragon Ball: Ginyu Force Theme - Bruce Faulconer - Listen Here

60. Dragon Ball: Tourney Talk - Bruce Faulconer - Listen Here

61. Dragon Ball: Super Namek - Bruce Faulconer - Listen Here

62. Darkwing Duck Theme Music - Steve Nelson and Thom Sharp - Listen Here

63. Captain Planet Ending Theme - Murray McFadden, Timothy Mulholland and Nicholas Boxer - Listen Here

64. Inuyasha: Reiryoku (Holy Powers) - Kaoru Wada - Listen Here

65. Dragon Ball: Ginyu Transformation - Bruce Faulconer - Listen Here

66. Inuyasha: Shichinntai Shuryou Bankotsu - Kaoru Wada - Listen Here and Listen Here

67. The Dark Knight: Introduce a Little Anarchy - Hans Zimmer and James Newton Howard- Listen here from beginning to 1:29

68. Lord Zedd - Ron Wasserman - Listen Here & Listen Here

69. Broken Arrow Main Theme - Hans Zimmer - Listen Here, Listen Here, & Listen Here

70. Dewey's Theme - Hans Zimmer - Listen Here

71. Tied Up - Jerry Goldsmith - Listen Here

72. Hung Up - Jerry Goldsmith - Listen Here

73. Fun with False Teeth - Jerry Goldsmith - Listen Here

74. A Pup Named Scooby Doo Theme Song - John Debney - Listen Here & Listen Here

75. It's Terror Time Again - Glenn Leopold, Steven Bramson, Skycycle - Listen Here & Listen Here

76. Mortal Kombat: Songs Inspired By the Warriors - Johnny Cage's Theme - LA Riots - Listen Here, Listen Here, & Listen Here

77. The Droid Invasion - John Williams and the London Symphony Orchestra - Listen Here to 3:25

78. Imperial Cruiser Pursuit - John Williams and the London Symphony Orchestra - Listen Here from 1:50 to end

79. Jedi Knight Dark Forces II: Boss Music (Same Melody From Imperial Cruiser Pursuit) - John Williams - Listen Here

80. Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust - The Castle of Chaythe - Marco D'Ambrosio - Listen Here & Listen Here

81. Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust - The Promise - Marco D'Ambrosio - Listen Here & Listen Here

82. Slughorn's Confession - Nicholas Hooper & Alastair King - Listen Here & Listen Here

Orchestral, Opera, and Instrumental

1. Night on Bald Mountain - Modest Mussorgsky - Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

2. Symphony Number 5 - Ludwig van Beethoven - Listen Here and Listen Here

3. Duel of the Fates (used as Darth Maul's theme in Star Wars: The Phantom Menace) - John Williams and the London Symphony Orchestra - Listen Here and Listen Here

4. Scent of a Woman: Por Una Cabeza - The Tango Project - Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

5. Sposa son disprezzata - Cecilia Bartoli - Listen Here and Listen Here

6. Una Furtiva Lagrima - Gaetano Donizetti - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

7. O Fortuna - Carl Orff - Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

8. Tango Tzigane Jalousie (Jealousy) - Jacob Gade - Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

9. Grisly Reminder - Midnight Syndicate - Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

10. Requiem Mass in D Minor K. 626 - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Listen here at 0:40 to 1:45

Lullaby, Religious, Folk, and Oldies

1. All Through The Night - Peter, Paul and Mary, Various - Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

2. Ninna Ninna - Pia Calamai - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

3. Go Down Moses - Paul Robeson - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

4. Mary's Boy Child - Harry Belafonte - Listen Here and Listen Here

5. I Will Wait for You - Connie Francis (singer), Michel Legrand (composer) and Jacques Demy (lyrics) - Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

6. Day-O (The Banana Boat Song) - Harry Belafonte - Listen Here and Listen Here

7. Comes Love - Artie Shaw (music), Helen Forrest (singer) - Listen Here and Listen Here

8. Oh By Jingo! - Danny Kaye, Various - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

9. Little Bird, Little Bird - Elizabeth Mitchell - Listen Here and Listen Here

10. Somewhere over the Rainbow/What a Wonderful World - Israel Kamakawiwo'ole - Listen Here and Listen Here

11. All I Have to Do Is Dream - The Everly Brothers - Listen Here and Listen Here


1. Fiddler on the Roof: Sunrise, Sunset - Jerry Bock - Listen Here and Listen Here

2. The Phantom of the Opera: Phantom and Christine (Main Theme) - Andrew Lloyd Webber - Listen Here and Listen Here

3. Little Shop of Horrors: Suppertime - Miles Goodman - Listen Here and Listen Here

Video Game

1. Sonic The Hedgehog 2: Boss - Masato Nakamura - Listen Here and Listen Here

2. Sonic The Hedgehog: Boss - Masato Nakamura - Listen Here and Listen Here

3. Sonic The Hedgehog: Final Zone Boss - Masato Nakamura - Listen Here and Listen Here

4. Gadget Twins: Boss 5 Thump's Bird Battle - Barry Leitch - Listen Here at 2:23 to 3:29

5. Spider-Man and Venom: Maximum Carnage - Heated Battle (Boss) - (composer) Chris Jojo, (composer) Allister Brimble and (music director) Paul Tonge - Listen Here and Listen Here

6. Lethal Enforcers: Dead or Alive (Boss) - Kenichiro Fukui - Listen Here and Listen Here at 5:35 to 6:09

7. Blake Stone: Planet Strike - Time - Robert Prince - Listen Here and Listen Here at 48:41 to 50:56

8. Gadget Twins: Boss 3 Thump's Hot Air Balloon Battle - Barry Leitch - Listen Here at 1:39 to 2:48

9. Gadget Twins: Boss 9 Thump's Blue Jay Battle - Barry Leitch

10. Spider-Man Animated Series - Boss (Doctor Octopus and Green Goblin) - Fletcher Beasley - Listen Here

11. X-Men Arcade: Do The Right Thing - Boss (Wendigo, Juggernaut, Pyro and The Blob) - Seiichi Fukami, Yuji Takenouchi, Junya Nakano, A. Hashimoto - Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

12. Mega Man Legends: Theodore Bruno - Makoto Tomozawa and Masatoshi Nishimura - Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

13. Doom: Nobody Told Me About Id (Tower of Babel) - Robert Prince - Listen Here and Listen Here

14. Wolfenstein 3D: The Ultimate Challenge (Ultimate Conquest) - Robert Prince - Listen Here and Listen Here

15. Mega Man Legends: Schmetterling's Bon Bonne - Makoto Tomozawa and Masatoshi Nishimura - Listen Here and Listen Here

16. Wolfenstein: Spear of Destiny - Evil Incarnate - Robert Prince - Listen Here and Listen Here at 1:22 to 2:39

17. Kagero Deception 2: Last Moment Of Kyaku's Fire - Hiroshi Miyazaki - Listen Here

18. Timesplitters 2: 1895 Notre Dame - Graeme Norgate - Listen Here and Listen Here

19. Gadget Twins: Boss 11 Thump's Bumper Car Battle - Barry Leitch - Listen Here at 2:12 to 3:03

20. Gadget Twins: Boss 8 Thump's Octopus Battle - Barry Leitch - Listen Here at 1:48 to 3:07

21. Gadget Twins: Boss 10 Thump's Piranha Battle - Barry Leitch

22. Mega Man X4: Sigma Theme (2nd) - Toshihiko Horiyama - Listen Here and Listen Here

23. TMNT Arcade: Shredder - Mutsuhiko Izumi and Miki Higashino - Listen Here

24. Neopets: The Darkest Faerie - Black Knight Battle - Jack Wall - Listen Here

25. The Legend of Spyro: A New Beginning - Cynder Boss - Becky Kneubuhl and Gabriel Mann - Listen Here - Listen Here

26. Blake Stone: Planet Strike - Mourning - Robert Prince - Listen Here at 50:57 to 52:28

27. Venom/Spider-Man: Separation Anxiety - With Guns Blazing (Boss) - Suddi Raval and Paul Tonge - Listen Here

28. Sonic The Hedgehog Spinball: Boss - Howard Drossin - Listen Here

29. Shadow of the Colossus: A Despair-filled Farewell - Kow Otani - Listen Here

30. Wolfenstein: Spear of Destiny - The Tower - Robert Prince - Listen Here and Listen Here at 0:00 to 1:22

31. Kagero Deception 2: Splinter of Doubt - Masaaki Udagawa - Listen Here

32. Mega Man Legends: The Gesellschaft! - Makoto Tomozawa and Masatoshi Nishimura - Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

33. Mega Man Legends: We Are The Three Bonne Brothers - Makoto Tomozawa and Masatoshi Nishimura - Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

34. Garfield: Caught in the Act - Count Slobula's Castle - Jeffrye Tveraas and Dave Delia - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here at 12:06 to 13:51

35. Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage! - Gulp's Overlook - Stewart Copeland - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

36. Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back: Dr. N. Gin Boss Theme - Mark Mothersbaugh and Josh Mancell - Listen Here and Listen Here

37. Mega Man Legends: Focke-Wulf - Makoto Tomozawa and Masatoshi Nishimura - Listen Here and Listen Here

38. Dragon Ball Z: Budokai - Prepare For Battle 2 - Goku vs Vegeta (Saiyan Showdown) (Unreleased Track) - Kenji Yamamoto - Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

39. Doom: Waltz of the Demons - Robert Prince - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

40. Doom II: Hell on Earth - Endgame - Robert Prince - Listen Here, Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

41. Gadget Twins: Boss 12 Thump's Boxing Kangaroo Battle - Barry Leitch - Listen Here at 5:00 to 6:36

42. Gadget Twins: Boss 13 Thump's Final Battle - Barry Leitch - Listen Here at 6:41 to 7:39

43. Mega Man X: Enter Zero - Setsuo Yamamoto - Listen Here and Listen Here

44. Mega Man X4: Boss - Toshihiko Horiyama - Listen Here

45. Wolfenstein 3D: War March - Robert Prince - Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

46. Wolfenstein 3D: Wondering About My Loved Ones - Robert Prince - Listen Here

47. Mega Man X5: Boss - Naoto Tanaka, Naoya Kamisaka and Takuya Miyawaki - Listen Here

48. Mega Man X6: Sigma Theme (2nd) - Naoto Tanaka - Listen Here

49. Wolfenstein 3D: Pounding Headache - Robert Prince - Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

50. Blake Stone: Planet Strike - Fortress - Robert Prince - Listen Here at 20:03 to 23:00

51. Mortal Kombat II Genesis Version: Tomb Stage - Dan Forden - Listen Here and Listen Here

52. Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus: A Deadly Dance - Ashif Hakik - Listen Here

53. Mega Man X: Boss - Setsuo Yamamoto, Makoto Tomozawa, Yuki Iwai, Yuko Takehara and Toshihiko Horiyama - Listen Here

54. Blake Stone: Planet Strike - Sticks - Robert Prince - Listen Here at 3:26 to 7:38

55. Blake Stone: Planet Strike - Catacomb - Robert Prince - Listen Here at 0:00 to 3:25

56. Blake Stone: Planet Strike - High Score - Robert Prince - Listen Here at 54:51 to 55:17

57. Mega Man X2: Boss - Yuki Iwai - Listen Here

58. Mega Man X3: Boss Intro - Syusaku Uchiyama, Yoshino Aoki, Toshihiko Horiyama and Makoto Tomozawa - Listen Here

59. Mega Man X: Boss Intro - Setsuo Yamamoto, Makoto Tomozawa, Yuki Iwai, Yuko Takehara and Toshihiko Horiyama - Listen Here

60. Mega Man X3: Boss - Kinuyo Yamashita - Listen Here

61. Mega Man X6: Boss - Naoto Tanaka - Listen Here

62. Doom: Halls of the Damned - Robert Prince - Listen Here, Listen Here and Listen Here

63. Wolfenstein 3D: Roster - Robert Prince - Listen Here

64. Wolfenstein 3D: Around The Corner - Robert Prince - Listen Here and Listen Here

65. Skylanders: Giants - Drill X's Big Rig Boss Music - Lorn Balfe - Listen Here and Listen Here

66. Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Battle 22 - Opening 1 - Kenji Yamamoto - Listen Here

67. Timesplitters 2: Notre Dame Boss - Graeme Norgate - Listen Here and Listen Here

68. Skylanders: Spyro's Adventure: Empire of Ice - Hans Zimmer - Listen Here

69. Spyro: A Hero's Tail - Ineptune Battle - Paul Lawler and Steve Duckworth - Listen Here

70. Wolfenstein 3D: U R A Hero - Robert Prince - Listen Here

71. Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Battle 22 - Wagering On The Worst Luck! - Kenji Yamamoto - Listen Here

72. Dragon Ball Z: Legends - Restoration (Medley Version) - Kenji Yamamoto - Listen Here

73. Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2: Granulated Oblivion - Kenji Yamamoto - Listen Here and Listen Here

74. Dragon Ball Z: Budokai - Thrilling Time - Kenji Yamamoto - Listen Here

75. Dragon Ball Z: Budokai - Vegeta Kills Nappa (Vegeta's Final Flash) (Unreleased Track) - Kenji Yamamoto - Listen Here and Listen Here

76. Dragon Ball Z: Budokai - Countdown to the Decisive Battle - Kenji Yamamoto - Listen Here

77. Mega Man Legends: Marlwolf! - Makoto Tomozawa and Masatoshi Nishimura - Listen Here

78. Mega Man Legends: The Main Gate - Makoto Tomozawa and Masatoshi Nishimura - Listen Here

79. Spider-Man Animated Series - Final Boss (Venom) - Fletcher Beasley - Listen Here

80. Kingdom Hearts II: The 13th Dilemma - Yoko Shimomura - Listen Here and Listen Here

81. TMNT Arcade: Boss - Mutsuhiko Izumi and Miki Higashino - Listen Here

82. Mega Man: Fire Man Stage Theme - Manami Matsumae - Listen Here and Listen Here

83. Blake Stone: Aliens of Gold - 2100 - Robert Prince - Listen Here

84. Kagero Deception 2: Visitor - Masaaki Udagawa - Listen Here

85. Skylanders: Swap Force - Mesmeralda's Show - Pull Your Strings - Lorn Balfe and Matt Pirog - Listen Here

86. Spyro: Year of the Dragon - Buzz's Dungeon - Stewart Copeland - Listen Here

87. Wolfenstein 3D: Victors - Robert Prince - Listen Here

88. Wolfenstein 3D: End of Level (Level Complete) - Robert Prince - Listen Here

89. Skylanders: Giants - Arena Battle Boss Music - Lorn Balfe - Listen Here

90. Duke Nukem II: King Duke - Robert Prince - Listen Here

91. Kingdom Hearts: Night of Fate - Yoko Shimomura - Listen Here

92. Mega Man X7: Decisive Battle - Boss - Yuko Komiyama, Shinya Okada, Seiko Kobuchi, Akemi Kimura, Makoto Asai, Teruo Konishi, Shuichi Mizohata, Noriyuki Iwadare, Naoya Kamisaka and Takuya Miyawaki - Listen Here


1. Bad Things - Jace Everett - Listen Here

2. Oh My Darling, Clementine - Percy Montrose, Various - Listen Here and Listen Here


1. Gangsta's Paradise - Coolio - Listen Here

2. Boom Boom Boom - The Outhere Brothers - Listen Here

3. Baby Got Back - Sir Mix-a-Lot - Listen Here

4. Informer - Snow - Listen Here

5. Da' Dip - Freak Nasty - Listen Here

6. Lady With the Red Dress On - Snow - Listen Here

7. Runway - Snow - Listen Here

8. Can't Get Enough - Snow - Listen Here

9. Lonely Monday Morning - Snow - Listen Here

10. Indian Flute - Timbaland & Magoo featuring Sebastian and Raje Shwari - Listen Here

11. Cleanin' Out My Closet - Eminem - Listen Here

Favorite Comics

Favorite Television Series

The following is a definitive listing of all my favorite series, be it animated or live action in exact order of my love for them.

1. Dragon Ball Z

2. The Sopranos

3. Oz

4. The Shield

5. YuYu Hakusho

6. Xena: Warrior Princess

7. Farscape

8. Married... with Children

9. One Piece

10. Hellsing and Hellsing Ultimate

11. Cowboy Bebop

12. Shaman King

13. Futurama

14. The Simpsons

15. Curb Your Enthusiasm

16. Dexter

17. Hercules: The Legendary Journeys

18. I Love Lucy

19. Hell Girl

20. True Blood

21. Spider-Man

22. Spawn

Favorite Movies

The following is a direct conclusive decision on my part, a selection if you will, of my favorite films of all time based on heavy overdose of a perfect storytelling procedure, enthralling characters, and a sustained storyline with definitive emotion and morality, sewn perfectly with the complexity of metaphors and plot devices put to perfect use.

1. The Godfather

2. Full Metal Jacket

3. Road to Perdition

4. Frida

5. The Green Mile

6. The Dark Knight

7. The Devil at 4 O'Clock

8. Papillon

9. Of Mice and Men

10. Scent of a Woman

11. Nuremberg

12. Gladiator

13. The Patriot

14. The Edge

15. Rain Man

16. A Bronx Tale

17. Leon: The Professional

18. Pan's Labyrinth

19. Mississippi Burning

20. The Outsiders

21. Schindler's List

22. The Crying Game

23. The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

24. The Great Escape

25. Downfall

26. The Last of the Mohicans

27. 12 Angry Men

28. Candyman

29. Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh

30. The Sixth Sense

31. The Godfather Part II

32. The Cell

33. The Ring and Ringu

34. The Ring Two and Ringu 2

35. The Jungle Book

36. Star Wars - Episode 1: The Phantom Menace

37. Star Wars - Episode III: Revenge of the Sith

38. Star Wars - Episode IV: A New Hope

39. Hannibal

40. Enemy at the Gates

41. The Magnificent Seven

42. The Last King of Scotland

43. Dangerous Minds

44. Dolores Claiborne

45. Heat

46. The Island of Dr. Moreau

47. Match Point

48. Stand and Deliver

49. The House of the Spirits

50. American Beauty

51. Catch a Fire

52. Blood Diamond

53. I Am Sam

54. Jurassic Park

55. The Lost World

56. Alien Resurrection

57. Alien

58. Predator

59. Mortal Kombat

60. Blade

61. Predator 2

62. Blade II

63. Daredevil

64. Wishmaster

65. Wishmaster 2: Evil Never Dies

66. House on Haunted Hill

67. Mimic

68. The Relic

69. L.A. Confidential

70. Who Am I?

71. The Mummy Returns

72. The Mummy

73. Anaconda

74. The Big Boss a.k.a. Fists of Fury

75. Enter the Dragon

76. Game of Death

77. The Chinese Connection a.k.a. Fist of Fury

78. The Amazing Spider-Man

79. Spider-Man

80. X-Men

81. X-Men Origins: Wolverine

82. The Incredible Hulk

83. Spider-Man 2

84. Independence Day

85. The Omen

86. The Grudge and Ju-On: The Grudge

87. Jeepers Creepers

88. Wrong Turn

89. House of Wax

90. The Faculty

91. Ghost

92. Panic Room

93. Gang Related

94. The Silence of the Lambs

95. Ray

96. The Number 23

97. Carlito's Way

98. The Devil's Advocate

99. Unfaithful

100. I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang

101. Hellraiser

102. Hellbound: Hellraiser II

103. A Raisin in the Sun

104. Guess Who's Coming to Dinner

105. Dog Day Afternoon

106. For a Few Dollars More

107. A Fistful of Dollars

108. The Truman Show

109. Where the Heart Is

110. The Matrix

More about me

Favorite Colors (Hues)

1. Green - Here's the one color/hue I've loved my entire life since I was young. It has great meaning, dealing with nature, the soil, and numerous habitats, ranging from forests to fields. The actual color greatly influences me positively and it appeals to me most of all. The color greatly represents peace, tragedy, and acceptance... as well as fate and destiny. Some variants include emerald and jade.

2. Blue - My second-favorite color is representational of the sky above as well as the ocean below. Both are a combined medium that creates perfect balance as well as a harmonic influence; also rendered in frozen tundras and limitless liquid elements. The color greatly represents serenity yet fierceness, control, and wisdom. Some variants include turquoise and navy.

3. Red - My third favorite color; a wildly powerful element that creates a rift; Well-balanced to pertain to volcanoes, fire, and other crimson infernos. Greatly representational of havoc, rage, and fury... as well as a fiery rage. The color remains a stagnant and deadly emotional combination of hatred with a wild streak. Some variants include beige and maroon.

4. Pink - This is my favorite of the more brighter colors... it's likely a variant of red, but slightly less influential. It's a lighter version of the great anger that boils within... in a tender, more serene nature. However, it holds a great potential to be as solid as red. Some variants include fuchsia and hot pink.

5. Black (absence of) - Black is an absence of color... But it's likely my favorite of the two (the other being White)... I find it to clash well with almost any colors... And it's a good backdrop for most layers. I believe black to be my favorite in terms of moral messages as well; when it comes to the meaning behind this one... it's primarily attached to death, sorrow, loneliness, wickedness, and a perplexed understanding of life [a greater comprehension, so to speak].

Colors I feel neutral towards

1. Purple

2. White (absence of)

3. Grey

Least Favorite Colors

1. Yellow - This is my overall least favorite color/hue. It simply doesn't appeal to me in any way whatsoever... I find it ghastly in terms of clothing and I'm not fond of it's enormous brightness in terms of contrast.

2. Orange - Almost as bad as yellow, but slightly more acceptable. I still find it too tacky and less appealing in comparison to the vivid yet compelling colors.

3. Brown - I find this color to be rather dull in terms of appearance and representational value.

Favorite Species

1. Canines - particularly wolves, to be more specific. Wolves are my most favorite animal on the planet. But I also like coyotes and dogs (specifically Siberian Huskies and German Shepherds.)

2. Reptiles - (snakes, lizards, chameleons, alligators, crocodiles, etc.)

3. Amphibians - (frogs, toads, salamanders, etc.)

Least Favorite Species

1. Rodents (rats, mice, squirrels, hamsters, guinea pigs, ferrets, and pretty much most other rodents)

Favorite Flavors

1. Lime

2. Lemon

3. Pistachio

4. Mint (including Mint Chocolate Chip)

5. Almond

6. Coconut

7. Cinnamon

8. Blueberry

9. Cotton Candy

10. Maple / Syrup

Least Favorite Flavors

1. Vanilla

2. Cherry

3. Licorice

4. Fake/Imitation Watermelon

5. Fake/Imitation Apple

6. Banana

7. Strawberry

Least Favorite Franchise, Movies, and Related

1. South Park

2. Harry Potter

3. Lord of the Rings

4. Game of Thrones

5. Final Fantasy

My favorite numbers in animal construct

Favorite Single-Digit Numbers

My favorite numbers represent and are associated with some of my favorite animals spiritually and physically as an embodiment of their essence.

1. Five (5) - The Wolf

2. Three (3) - The Spider

3. Eight (8) - The Snake

Least Favorite Single-Digit Numbers

1. Six (6) - The Ape

2. Seven (7)

Least Favorite Multiple-Digit Numbers

The number "217" is my least-favorite number in a multitude of many for multiple reasons, but primarily because many negative occurrences are attached to this number. This primarily plays a direct and indirect place in my lifetime. Also, I can notate every single instance in television and movies where the number "217" specifically shows up onscreen and on episode titles and this may be a subconscious connection with brains in general as it is systematically placed in many instances which greatly annoy me. The most odd thing about this number is that there are thousands of combinations out there, but this is a three-digit number, so it baffles me as to why it is used in so very many instances. Since I find numbers hold great psychological meaning and they have numerous meanings attached to them, this is one number that I can say I strongly despise.

1. 217

2. 17

3. 712

4. 721

5. 271

6. 127

7. 172

Administrative Functions

I myself am responsible primarily for numerous different duties on this specific wiki. My primary functions are to check up on all the villain articles and supporting character articles (SSJGoku93 checked up on hero articles)... I also update certain aspects of the wiki, such as some poll suggestions and emoticons for the chat; as well as the daily quote of the day. Other instances of input on my behalf comes from specific articles in terms of formatting; I go through the formatting and make sure all the articles are properly formatted (much of the articles are met with vandalism and/or certain instances of formatting problems arise as a result of member contributions)... A primary focus of mine is the collectibles articles and furthermore addition and completion of articles related to Dragon Ball merchandise. I also check up on the forum links (the top lists for which members contribute heavily) and format those contributions as well. If I am capable of aiding members who come to me in certain instances or if I do get questions, I try my best to respond or instruct them to someone who can help furthermore; 10XKamehameha is responsible for much of the chat relations and also checking up on numerous articles as well as member relations. My primary duties do extend further, in terms of dealing with vandals, reverting vandalism, and overall blocking and suspension of users who abuse numerous accounts. I believe that the wiki activity works in stronger capacity when administrators and moderators separate their functions so all the duties are done rather than everyone dealing with the same issues, but not being as productive as a result of their strongest facets not being put to work. I am greatly fond of the administrative force on this wiki and am very proud of the effort, perseverance, and great deal of patience that my comrades have shown, both at a personal level and at committing to a higher performance standard.

Favorite Wikipedia Links

External links

I have a forum called called Frieza Force which you can join, created back in 2004, long before the inception of the newly entitled organization in 2015 of the same name. Anyone interested in villains and their henchmen will most definitely love this forum. The concentration of my forum is Frieza and his awesome henchmen as well as many other villains from other shows, and numerous character profiles.