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Kim Possible's Rogue Gallery
Kim Possible was a fun cartoon with an interesting heroine. Like superheroes, Kim frequently saves the world, but has no superhuman powers and doesn't conceal her identity.
Nonetheless, her fiercest foes would fit right into a comic book, often wielding abilities that elevate them above common criminals—which most challenged our cheerleading protagonist? These are Kim Possible's ten most dangerous enemies!
10. Señor Seniors
Here we have Señor Senior (Senior) and Señor Senior (Junior), the father-son team that views evil as more a fun hobby than true profession. But while they lack superpowers and (especially in Junior's case) aren't completely devoted to villainy, they're a cunning team whose wealth lets them afford whatever henchmen or devices they desire.
Despite his age, Senior is surprisingly nimble and a gifted athlete, and Junior significantly improves his abilities after being trained by Shego.
Amy Hall is another pseudo-villain; while hardly evil, she's an amazing genetic engineer whose ethically-questionable experiments often benefit other villains. With her brilliant mind and warm personality, "DNAmy" often teams up with other villains, like Monkey Fist and Dr. Drakken.
So while not a terrifying threat on her own, she's very nearly doomed the world by empowering more-nefarious characters.
8. Professor Dementor
The short-tempered Professor Dementor is often cited as a more-successful Drakken, as he's arguably smarter and overall more competent. He also becomes deadly in combat during the brief period he stole Kim's battle suit. But despite his competence, Drakken has one big advantage over Dementor...
7. Dr. Drakken
Kim's most frequent adversary, Drakken's schemes range from harebrained to surprisingly lethal. He's no match for Kim in combat, but thanks to Drakken's near-constant partnership with Shego, his plans are usually well-defended. He's also allied with many other outlaws, including DNAmy, Warmonga, and Motor Ed.
Powers: Intelligence, electric control
Not only is Electronique an amazing mechanical engineer, she's hard to take down in battle thanks to her hand-made suit, which gives her the ability to shoot electric blasts. Although she only appeared in one episode, Electronique had one of the best plans in the series, using the Polarizer to turn superhero squad Team Go into her minions, granting access to superpowered henchmen.
5. Monkey Fist
Powers: Martial arts, unique minions
Having partially-altered his limbs with help from DNAmy, Monkey Fist (real name Monty Fiske) is a skilled physical combatant, and while not a genius per se, he's an intelligent foe who formerly worked as an archaeologist.
At times, Monkey Fist gains mystical monkey power, which, ridiculous as it sounds, makes him much tougher, and he's always assisted by a team of monkey underlings, giving him plenty of grunts to keep Kim and Ron on their toes.
Powers: Energy blasts, martial arts
Usually encountered helping Drakken with his schemes, Shego is one of few characters with actual superpowers, able to fire green energy bolts. She's also a skilled martial combatant on about equal footing with Kim.
Shego's no supergenius, but she does have far more common sense than most villains, and many characters state she's the true threat in the Drakken team, proven when she conquers the world in the film A Stich in Time.
Powers: Mystic Monkey Power, martial arts
Called Yono the Destroyer, Yono is freed from his prison by Monkey Fist, and quickly proves his superior battle skills by easily defeating Kim, Yori, and Master Sensei. Yono's magical abilities let him levitate, fire energy beams, and turn people to stone, making him arguably the strongest character in terms of sheer battle prowess.
In fact, Yono's never really beaten, simply retreating after Monkey Fist's downfall, suggesting that he may not be evil, and was only following his summoner's commands; either way, he's deadly when agitated.
Powers: Strength, advanced technology
These barbaric aliens are much bigger and stronger than humans, and their battle prowess is proven when they defeat both Shego and Kim. While Warmonga can be naïve at times, her species' strength and tech gives her and Warhok an enormous edge in battle, and the two are only stopped in the finale by...
1. Evil Ron Stoppable
Powers: Intelligence, martial arts, mystic monkey power
Normally, Ron Stoppable is Kim's clumsy yet well-intentioned sidekick. His competence ranges from complete screw-up to surprisingly talented, but in the two episodes he turns evil (via machines that brainwash minds), he displays incredible prowess both mentally and physically, taking out legions of Monkey Fist's soldiers and frightening even Shego with his talent.
Plus, Evil Ron would be even more deadly if he reemerged after Ron unlocks his monkey powers in the series finale.
Other Kim Possible Villains
Whether through wealth, weaponry, or doomsday devices, Kim's rogue gallery constantly tests her skills and keeps her on her toes. In addition to today's crew, villains like Gil, Eric, and Camille Leon deserve mention, but for now, vote for your favorite nemesis and I'll see you at our next Disney countdown!
© 2020 Jeremy Gill
Cheryl E Preston from Roanoke on August 01, 2020:
Thank you so much.Kim Possible is my favorite. I love the Seniors and nicknamed my husband and son for them. I had forgotten so many of the villains. What a great show.