Extraordinarily beautiful with incredible physical might and an army of fearsome creatures under her command, Jadis, self-proclaimed Queen of Narnia, is a royal to be reckoned with.
When the arrival of the Pevensie children threatens the eternal winter she has inflicted on Narnia, she sets out to find and kill them, turning to stone anyone who stands in her way.
With a menacing hook replacing the hand that Peter Pan cut off and fed to a crocodile, the Jolly Roger’s captain terrorises the people of Neverland.
The Grand High Witch (of all the world) The Witches Arguably Roald Dahl’s most terrifying baddy, “the most evil woman in creation” is on a quest to rid the world of children, using horrifying techniques such as trapping them in paintings and turning them into mice with poisoned chocolate.
Together, they aim to teach viewers about the oft-maligned animals and dispel many of the myths and misconceptions people have about sharks.
"I'm probably like one of the biggest nerds of sharks out there. "I swam with like seven [or] eight different sharks so far, some in the cage and most of them out of the cage, just kind of free diving, laying on the bottom. It's just cool being able to watch those animals in their home.
Racing a great white isn’t the only shark show Phelps is participating in for Discovery's annual event.
The athlete will also join Doc Gruber and Tristan Guttridge of the Bimini Shark Lab for another special, The trio headed out to South Africa to give Phelps "the pinnacle of shark experiences," and to "show him how powerful" the animals really are.
Shooting off his beloved tail, destroying his home with bulldozers and trying to starve him out of his hole are just a few of the tricks the villains employ to capture the Robin Hood of the fox world, before he outwits them once and for all.
The primary antagonists for the first half of the series, Reiner Braun, Bertolt Hoover, and Annie Leonhart are agents sent to attack the Walls and exterminate humanity.
The Grinch The Dr Suess Books This baddy-turned-good guy first appeared in the 1957 story How the Grinch Stole Christmas!
A feline Scrooge with a heart “two sizes too small”, he becomes intent on ruining Christmas for the good people of Whoville by stealing their presents and decorations.
As ugly as she is wicked, the witch’s bald head, claws and “worm-eaten” face will remain etched in children’s imaginations for many years (and sleepless nights) to come.