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Despite being a show primarily aimed at children, Miraculous Ladybug has recently been gaining popularity among different age groups. This is in part due to the interchangeable villains created by the main antagonist of the show through the process of Akumetization. This leaves us with the question of which ones are the best.
If you want to know the answer to this question keep reading this article since it offers a list of the 15 best villains in the series.
15. Dark Cupid
Lê Chin Kim, also known as Kim Chin Lê, is a Collège Françoise Dupont student in Miss Bustier’s class.
He gets Akumatized by Hawk Moth and transforms into Dark Cupid, a hate-spreading supervillain, after being spurned and humiliated by his crush Chloé.
Dark Cupid is dressed in a black and red cupid-themed costume with big black wings connected to his back, each having two red stripes at the end of each feather-like end.
Black lightning bolts may be seen on both sides of his neck. His eyes stay gray despite wearing a black headcover with crimson spots covering the top of his hair and surrounding his eyes.
On his back is a quiver with crimson arrows in a black, red, and white striped pattern. The brooch, which is now red and black, is fastened to the quiver strap across his breast. A broken heart serves as the inspiration for his archery bow.
Dark Cupid can fly with his wings. He shoots individuals with his bow and rose-shaped black arrows, changing their sentiments of love and friendship into hatred.
The arrows have different effects on different people; for example, Alya feels enraged at Marinette, while Cat Noir is consumed by the urge to harm Ladybug. People that are affected by his arrows have their lips become black.
14. The Bubbler
Nino Lahiffe is Adrien’s close friend and a student in Miss Bustier’s class at Collège Françoise Dupont. He’s also a DJ and the school’s radio station’s director.
Hawk Moth Akumatizes Nino into The Bubbler, a bubble-wielding supervillain, after he grows upset with grownups after failing to persuade Gabriel Agreste to let Adrien have a birthday party.
The Bubbler has light bright cornflower blue skin, dark amaranth eyes, black rings around his eyes, and a black spot above his left eye and a black spot below his right eye, as well as a black spot above his left eye and a black spot below his right eye.
He’s dressed in a dazzling red, arctic blue, and yellow elbow-length sleeved garment with various portions rounded off like connected bubbles.
The Bubbler has a red hood-like thing around his head with a red antenna on top and a red sphere. He also wears black boots and black pants, as well as black elbow-length gloves with vivid amaranth knuckles. He has two dark gray tubes connecting to an eye-like black and white circle on his chest.
Bubbler’s red, yellow, and blue bubble containers attach to the tubes, which he uses to store his bubble wand while not in use. A blue handle and a yellow head with a large, oval hole characterize the bubble wand.
Clara Nightingale is a pop star from the United States who first appeared in the second season. Laura Marano, the singer who appeared in the Miraculous music video, inspired her.
Clara gets Akumatized into Frightningale, a singing, dancing, and rhyming supervillain after André Bourgeois prevents her from filming her music video Miraculous in Paris.
Frightningale’s straight blonde hair is pulled back into two high ponytails with dark gray, star-shaped hair bands.
When Clara talks to Alec Cataldi about her new music videos, she is passionate. She’s often dancing to the music while chatting, and Marinette says she’s really passionate about music.
Clara is clever; knowing she must pick from a large pool of candidates, she goes out of her way to locate someone who can play Ladybug.
Her left eye is a light dazzling sea green, while her right eye is a vibrant raspberry hue, indicating that she has heterochromia. Her left ponytail and right side bang have red tips, while her right ponytail and left side bang have green points.
Frightningale has heightened physical abilities, allowing her to leap tremendous distances, hurl massive items, and dash at breakneck speeds.
She can stretch a pink energy whip with her microphone that paints individuals with a pink aura wherever it touches them. The aura transforms the victim into a magenta statue if they are struck with the whip and do not talk in rhymes or dance.
At Ménagerie du Jardin des Plantes, Otis Césaire works as a zookeeper. He is also the father of Alya Césaire and the spouse of Marlena Césaire.
Otis gets Akumatized by Hawk Moth and transforms into Animan, an animal shape-shifting supervillain, as a result of Lê Chin Kim’s ridicule.
Animan may morph into whatever animal he wants, but his purple flashing eyes and Akumatized bracelet will remain on his wrist. His most prevalent appearance is that of a black panther.
Animan has the capacity to shift into whatever animal he wants, including ancient species like dinosaurs. He’s also able to speak clearly with other creatures. However, he becomes exhausted when he undergoes several transformations in a short period of time.
Luka Couffaine is a character from the second season of the show. He’s the elder twin brother of Juleka Couffaine, Kitty Section’s guitarist, and a new student at Collège Françoise Dupont who catches Marinette’s eye.
Hawk Moth transforms Bob Roth into Silencer, a voice-stealing supervillain when he threatens Marinette when she accuses him of stealing Kitty Section’s concept for XY’s new song.
Silencer can take people’s voices by placing his two fingers on their lips and making a shushing motion; the voice will then exit as a jellyfish-like thing.
He can store their voices inside his mask once they’re out and then converse to them with his hands. His abilities involve utilizing many voices at once. If he uses his power on a Miraculous bearer, he may effectively make them impotent until he performs the invocations in their place.
However, if the victims catch the jellyfish-like monster before he does, they will be able to restore their voice.
Marinette babysits Manon Chamack, who is the daughter of Nadja Chamack. Hawk Moth Akumatizes Marinette into The Puppeteer, a body-controlling supervillain who can control anybody whom she controls the doll.
After her mother accuses her of stealing one of her dolls, even though it had been loaned to her.
She gets Akumatized again by Hawk Moth into the Puppeteer, with even stronger talents than before, after feeling neglected during a visit to Musée Grévin and believing that no one wants to play with her.
The Puppeteer’s skin is a blue-violetish gray with vibrant fuchsia sclerae. Her hair is black, with long white spikes protruding from the tips of her ponytails, which are light grey cerulean in color.
Her eyes are hidden under a black mask. She also wears a black fairy dress with a black turtleneck collar, a V-necked light cyan blouse with two points at the skirt top, matching butterfly sleeves with black edges over black puff sleeves at her shoulders with light brilliant arctic blue zigzag ends, and matching butterfly sleeves with black edges over black puff sleeves at her shoulders with light brilliant arctic blue zigzag ends.
Her hands are adorned with long, black fingerless gloves. She wears black stockings and shoes on her legs and feet. Her wand is black and ends with a black star.
With her wand, the Puppeteer zaps a doll of a human with glowing pale, light grey cerulean energy. It flies into the air, and she zaps it once again, telling it to come to life.
Similar to how voodoo dolls function, the person the doll is modeled on becomes her real-life puppet, which she commands through the doll.
The Puppeteer can talk via the doll if she wishes, and the real-life person will respond in kind. She either executes the puppet’s motions and motions personally, or she instructs them what to do and they perform it without her direct supervision.
This unnamed child becomes Akumatized after having a nightmare caused by a scary movie he watched on his own. This leads Hawk Moth to turn him into a nightmare-centered supervillain.
Sandboy has a Sandman-like appearance and wears a black eyeshade. He does, however, have moderate Persian blue skin with white stars, yellow brows, and eyeliner.
He has purple hair with curled tips and an upward stance, as well as a shining dotted line on each portion, which gives him the appearance of octopus tentacles.
His irises are a magnificent blue-violet color, while his sclerae are a mild violet color and each of his eyes has a yellow line going across it.
Sandboy has the ability to bring people’s nightmares/bad dreams to life by using colorful sand from his pillow cloud, which he employs as transportation.
The sand has the ability to penetrate structures and reach victims. He may even shoot sand from the cloud toward his opponents, which will have the same effect. He can also move rapidly and use his Pillow to scatter his sand throughout all of Paris.
This includes his shoot sand beams from his pillow, which have the same effect when they hit someone.
Max Kanté built Markov, a robot. Hawk Moth Akumatizes him into Robostus, a supervillain who puts machines to life after he is confiscated by Mr. Damocles.
Robostus obtains the power of technopathy, allowing him to animate mechanical items and cause mayhem.
The items, given minimal but helpful intelligence, may move and attack quickly in whatever method that fits them best, whether physically moving or hovering, and certain items may even communicate, such as a lamp flashing its light on and off to express Morse code.
The items, on the other hand, lose their life if they are broken or damaged. Robostus can also assemble vast mechanical components into a massive robot that he can control and pilot from within.
7. Gamer 2.0
Max Kanté is a Collège Françoise Dupont student in Miss Bustier’s class.
When he loses his spot in the school video game competition due to Marinette Dupain-Cheng, he gets Akumatized for the first time by Hawk Moth and transforms into Gamer, a video-game-inspired supervillain who commands a massive battle robot.
Max gets Akumatized into Gamer 2.0, a Video-Game inspired supervillain who can construct a video game in real life, after being rejected down by everyone to play his new video game.
He has grayish purple skin and red eyes like Gamer. His glasses take on a butterfly form and have a bright green tinge to them. He’s dressed entirely in black, with a little green circle on his chest and three thin green stripes across his waist, forearms, and lower legs.
He controls Gamer, a massive combat robot inspired by MX-01 from Ultimate Mecha Strike III. The robot can fire a laser beam that turns any persons or vehicles it comes into contact with into floating green spheres that serve as experience points. The robot will level up as a result of absorbing these experience points.
6. Queen Wasp
Chloé Bourgeois is a student in Miss Bustier’s Collège Françoise Dupont class, Marinette Dupain-competition, Cheng’s and Kagami Tsurugi’s adversary.
Chloé is once again Akumatized by Hawk Moth and transforms into Queen Wasp, a wasp-themed villain, after an unsuccessful attempt to please her mother. Queen Bee gets reakumatized into a crimson variant of Queen Wasp during the fight with Scarlet Moth in Mayura.
Queen Wasp has reversed colors and extremely dark gray hair with a yellow band running across it, similar to Queen Bee.
She also has a dusty, yellow complexion and a pale, light grayish cerulean sclera with bright, bright heliotrope irises, strong rose lipstick, and strong rose lipstick.
Queen Wasp wields considerable power as an Akumatized Miraculous possessor. She has the ability to summon and direct swarms of wasps.
She can use her wasps to sting her enemies and paralyze them permanently, similar to her previous superpower Venom.
Queen Wasp can mold her insects into arrows, rockets, binoculars, and telescopes, among other things. She may also use her wasps to transport her by allowing them to fly.
Her wasps, on the other hand, have a weakness and aversion for water, and if they manage to go underwater, they will avoid their prey.
5. The Evillustrator
Nathaniel Kurtzberg, usually known as Nathan or Nath, is a Collège Françoise Dupont student in Miss Bustier’s class.
When Chloé makes fun of his work and his infatuation for Marinette, Hawk Moth infects him with an Akuma and transforms him into the Evillustrator, an artistic supervillain whose drawings come to life.
The Evillustrator’s skin is a pale grayish purple tone, and his hair is combed back and orange with purple points. He has a dark purple beret on his head, a deep violet butterfly-shaped mask on his face, and mild blue eyes.
He’s dressed in a white jumpsuit with dark purple stripes and solid dark purple lower legs that become red halfway down. A black circle with smaller red, yellow, and blue circles inside is on his breast. He wore a T-shirt with a crimson collar beneath, identical to Juleka’s.
The Evillustrator has the ability to draw anything he wants onto his drawing tablet and have it materialize in real life. His creations have the ability to hover and move freely in the air.
He can also erase items, both real-world and previously drawn items, such as a hole in a wall. However, because the Evillustrator requires light to draw, he is unable to employ his abilities in the dark.
In addition, the Evillustrator had superhuman agility, allowing him to leap great distances.
4. The Collector
Gabriel Agreste is a well-known fashion designer in Paris and elsewhere who founded and runs the Gabriel fashion label. He is also the father of Adrien Agreste, who models for him, and the spouse of Emilie Agreste.
When Nooroo inhabits the Butterfly Miraculous, Gabriel changes into Hawk Moth, the major adversary.
He desires Ladybug and Cat Noir’s Miraculous in order to gain total power and modify reality in order to undo his and his wife’s previous mistakes.
He employs the Butterfly Miraculous power of Akumatization to attain his aim. This enables him to produce and command Akumaization, once ordinary butterflies capable of transforming ordinary people into supervillains when they experience unpleasant emotions.
He Akumatizes himself into the Collector, a supervillain with the capacity to imprison any person or thing within his magical notebook as a weapon, in order to avoid suspicion of being Hawk Moth as a result of him being a target for holding the Grimoire.
The skin of the Collector has a delicate purple color. His hair is white with black vertical stripes and sticks up at a point; nevertheless, the back of his head and neck are black. He’s dressed in a black suit with a white lapel, pointed shoulders, and a front with black and red downward-bent stripes.
A white stripe runs down each lower arm, and the Collector’s hands are covered with white gloves. In addition, he is dressed in black formal pants with black high-heeled boots that are linked to them.
The Collector may use his notepad to catch items and people in the form of drawings. He throws the notepad like a boomerang, and though it can travel great distances, once it hits anything or someone, it returns to him wherever he is.
3. Lady Wifi
The primary character of Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir is Alya Césaire. Marinette Dupain-close Cheng’s friend and a student in Miss Bustier’s class at Collège Françoise Dupont. She is also the lone admin of the Lady blog and the school blog’s administrator.
After Marinette, Reflekta, Princess Fragrance, Timebreaker, and Horrificator keep keeping secrets from her and the gang, she is re-akumatized by Shadow Moth.
The Gang of Secrets, a collection of supervillains that wish to uncover Marinette’s secrets, is made up of five supervillains.
Lady Wifi’s face is covered with a deep violet butterfly-shaped mask, and her eyes are cerise in color.
Her hair darkens significantly at the top, and she dons a dark purple supervillain costume with white lower arms and legs and three white stripes above each.
A shining light bright rose Wi-Fi emblem appears on her breast, and a thin white line runs around her waist, forming a semicircle above a short vertical white line in the front that resembles a power button.
2. Stormy Weather
Aurore Beauréal is a finalist for KIDZ+’s weather forecaster competition and a student in Ms. Mendeleiev’s class at Collège Françoise Dupont.
She gets Akumatized by Hawk Moth and transforms into Stormy Weather, a weather-controlling supervillain, after losing the KIDZ+ contest to Mireille Caquet.
She later gets turned into Stormy Weather again after she gets bullied by Chloé for her low grades, only this time she can control both weather and nature.
Stormy Weather’s complexion is pale brownish-gray, her lipstick is grey mulberry, and her eyes are vivid violet. Her hair is two-toned, with a dark purple base and extremely pale blue bangs, and dark purple and very pale blue spirals streaked throughout her huge, pointed, low-angled twin-tails.
Her face is covered in jagged black face paint that forms lightning bolts around her eyes and down her cheeks and her weapon is a closed dark purple parasol with a black handle and a twin spearhead at the bottom that transitions to a brighter purple at the tip.
The news of sparks between Ladybug and Cat Noir make him even more mad and jealous and that eventually leads to him getting Akumatized by Hawk Moth into Copycat, a doppelganger of Cat Noir.
Théo Barbot is an artist and a sculptor. He is best known for his sculpture of Cat Noir and Ladybug, but once she doesn’t attend the opening of his statue he gets frustrated.
Copycat resembles Cat Noir in every way, including his physical traits. Théo is a gifted artist with a kind demeanor. He admires Ladybug’s efforts to safeguard Paris, and he believes they have a lot of interests in common.
He has a lot of enthusiasm for his career and the things he cares about, despite his modest demeanor. He cares for Ladybug, and it hurts him when she doesn’t show up for the unveiling of his monument.
When Cat Noir brags about him and Ladybug being a pair, he gets easily enraged, arguing that Cat Noir isn’t good enough for her. He gets over his irritation and resentment after being restored to his regular self and appreciates Ladybug signing his portrait of her as well as making peace with the news of Ladybug and Cat Noir’s relationship.