This a list of archenemy-type relationships in fiction. To see the full criteria for an archenemy, see Archenemy. Also please note that this list is not full, and may never be.

In comic books Edit

In literature Edit

In film Edit

In television Edit

The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron, Boy Genius

Avatar: The Last Airbender

Batman Beyond

Beast Wars

The Big Bang Theory

Captain Planet and the Planeteers


Danny Phantom

Darkwing Duck

Dexter's Laboratory

Doctor Who

Family Guy

Get Smart

G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero and G.I. Joe: Sigma 6


House of Mouse

Inspector Gadget

Invader Zim

Kim Possible

Looney Tunes



Married... with Children

Masters of the Universe

The Perils of Penelope Pitstop

Phineas and Ferb

Popeye the Sailor

The Powerpuff Girls

  • Mojo Jojo - the archenemy of the Powerpuff Girls

Power Rangers

Pretty Little Liars

Red vs. Blue

Rocko's Modern Life

Rugrats Science Ninja Team Gatchaman

The Simpsons

South Park

Space Ghost and Dino Boy

SpongeBob SquarePants

Star Trek: The Next Generation

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

Star Trek: Voyager


Super Friends

Tom and Jerry

  • Tom - the archenemy of Jerry and viceversa.

Transformers Universe

The Venture Bros.

Viva Pinata (TV series)

The Woody Woodpecker Show

The Wacky World of Tex Avery

Will and Dewitt

The X-Files

In anime and mangaEdit

Baki the Grappler


Black Cat


Chrono Crusade


Code Geass

Cowboy Bebop

Cyborg 009

Death Note


Dragonball Z

Fist of the North Star

Fullmetal Alchemist


Jojo's Bizarre Adventure

Mobile Suit Gundam

Mobile Suit Gundam Wing

One Piece


Rurouni Kenshin

Sailor Moon

Tokyo Mew Mew

  • Deep Blue and the Saint Rose Crusaders-the archenemies of the Mew Mews


YuYu Hakusho


In computer and videogamesEdit

Aliens vs. Predator

Banjo-Kazooie series

StarCraft series

Call of Duty (specifically Modern Warfare) series

  • Imran Zakhaev, Vladimir Makarov and General Shepherd - the archenemies of "Soap" MacTavish and Captain John Price.

Castlevania series

Command & Conquer series

  • The Brotherhood of Nod and their leader Kane - the archenemies of the Global Defense Initiative

Compilation of Final Fantasy VII

Crash Bandicoot series

Donkey Kong series

The Elder Scrolls

Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance and Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn

Fallout series

  • The Master - the archenemy of the "Vault Dweller" in the original Fallout.
  • Frank Horrigan, President Dick Richardson, and the Enclave - the archenemies of the "Chosen One" in Fallout 2.
  • John Henry Eden, Colonel Augustus Autumn, and the Enclave - the archenemies of the "Lone Wanderer" in Fallout 3.

Gears of War series

God of War series

Half-Life Series

Halo Series

Kingdom Hearts series

  • Xehanort - archenemy of Sora
    • Xehanort's Heartless - archenemy of Riku
    • Xemnas and Organization XIII - archenemies of Mickey Mouse and Ansem the Wise
    • Master Xehanort - archenemy of Terra and Master Eraqus
    • Vanitas - archenemy of Ventus

Kirby series

The Legend of Zelda series

Mario series

Mass Effect series

Mortal Kombat series

Mega Man series

Metal Gear and Metal Gear Solid series

Metroid series

Rayman series

Ratchet and Clank series

Red Faction series

Resident Evil series

Star Fox

Sly Cooper series

Sonic the Hedgehog series

Spyro series

  • Ripto-archenemy of Spyro the Dragon

Street Fighter series

Soul series

Star Wars games


Turok series

Ty the Tasmanian Tiger series

  • Boss Cass - the archenemy of Ty the Tasmanian Tiger

See also Edit

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