Buffy the Vampire Slayer, a franchise based on her teachers, her mother, her friends, and her boyfriends, is surviving against a tumultuous monster.
The "monsters of the week" format was revolutionized. These monsters were not only set up so that the Scooby Gang had something creepy to fight, but they also pushed the entire story and allowed the heroes to develop. From bloodsuckers and child-eaters to skin-peelers and heart-stealers, there is a monster to match every existing phobia.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer is given spoilers in this article.
Angel (David Boreanaz) may have been the crush of every teenage girl in the late 1990s and early 1990s, but his soulless counterpart Angelus was one of the most notorious killers in television history. Giles (Anthony Stewart Head) slams the Scooby gang with stories of Angelus killing hundreds of men, women, children, and even puppies.
Between Buffy''s psychological torture (Sarah Michelle Gellar), the murder of Giles'' true love Jenny Calendar (Robia LaMorte), and his attempt to destroy the world, even anti-hero Spike (James Marsters) agreed that Angelus always went too far in his sadness.
Caleb, one of the most bleak actors on Buffy, is played by Nathan Fillion, who appeared on the show. An excommunicated preacher and open misogynist, he uses his fame in punishing "dirty girls" to serve The First Evil.
Caleb kills several potential slayers throughout Buffy''s final season, bombs the Watchers Council, and shoots out Xanders left eye with his bare hands. Despite his great respect for women and men, there''s something particularly vile about his own human nature.
Warren (Adam Busch) is likely to be remembered for his adolescent actions against the women of Buffy. From creating a living, feeling, and acting for his sexual pleasure to controlling the mind of his ex-girlfriend (again, for his sexual pleasure), he was already the lowest of the low. What sealed the deal for fans, however, was the attempted murder of Buffy, which resulted in the death of universally beloved Tara (Amber Benson).
Warren doesn''t have the power or appearance on show that automatically invokes fear as well as other demons. He''s completely depressing because he is a human with a soul, but does not have a conscience.
Willow (Alyson Hannigan) returns home from her witchcraft rehab to discover the body of a flawd teenager. Unable to find Buffy and the rest of the Scooby Gang, she goes on the lookout and stumbles across Gnarl''s lair.
Gnarl is able to move quickly and strike without warning, making him one of the most terrifying and powerful foes.
In television and cinema, there is nothing more horrifying than an antagonist that focuses on young children. The term "child death," which, by itself, is enough to calm anyone''s spine.
Der Kindestod is only visible to sick children, and he uses this ability to sneak around a hospital, sucking the life from them with eyes that extend into fanged stems and large tusk-like teeth.
When Willow and Tara visit a meteor landing while stargazing in Season 5, they investigate. When they go to the landing site, they discover that something has gone missing, leaving a trail of toxic slime. That is the Queller Demon, an extra-terrestrial that is targeted for those who are mentally ill.
Buffys'' mother Joyce is the ideal target for the Queller Demon, which crawls along with the ceiling of Joyce''s bedroom before pinning her down and spewing a thick goo onto her face. The Queller is enough to make even those with the strongest stomachs squeamish.
In one of the earlier episodes, "Helpless," where Giles is still under the supervision of the Watchers Council, he is assigned a task to test Buffy by removing her supernatural abilities and pitting her against an ominous rival. He secretly injects her with a substance that renders her physically powerless. Buffy must, once again, demonstrate that she is a hero with her natural gifts as she fights Zachary Kralik (Jeff Kober).
Zachary Kralik is perhaps the most dissatisfied of Buffy bad guys because he was a serial killer before being mocked as a vampire. It is revealed that Kralik assaulted and murdered over a dozen young women, including his mother, before being sent to an asylum for the criminally insane. What happens when you remove the soul of someone who is already seemingly soulless?
Despite Season 4, the Buffy the Vampire Slayer season ranking is generally falling somewhere in the middle, but Episode 10 "Hush" will always be one of the most talked-about films. "Hush" has gained an outpouring of fame for its demons, including "The Gentlemen," claiming a number of the most horrifying characters ever to come out on television.
The Gentlemen and their footmen steal the voices of everyone in Sunnydale, stalk around the town in search of fresh human hearts. With their pale white skin and their blackened grimaces, coupled with the gleeful way they kill, there is no reason The Gentlemen are the most famous Buffy villains of all time.
Turok Han, also known as the "Uber Vamps," is the ancestors of ancient vampires that Buffy encounters in the final season. They are the vampires that they fear.
The Turok Han, unlike other vampires, do not appear human, as they have no humanity left. They are also unaffected by crucifixes and do not need permission to enter the house of any human. Although stakes, decapitation, and fire can kill them, Anya describes trying to kill one as a "pierced steel with wood."
The First Evil is the personification of evil itself, and the first person to encapsulate everything evil in existence. In the beginning of the Season 3 episode, the First Evil comes in many forms, starting in "Amends." In "Amends," it depicts the many victims of Angel when he was Angelus, and tortures him with his guilt.
In the end episodes of The First, Willow remarks that destroying The Firsts army has made the show useless, but it may alter reality. There is also possibility that The First is the biggest bad of all Buffy the Vampire Slayer big bads.