And since when was talking about positive attributes of an antagonist in fiction (because people always try to bring rl to it) means you're five and need to be told they did something bad. A character being good looking or still worthy of sympathy doesn't mean they have to be perfect, that's an assumption some haters project because they can only like certain characters types and they assume everyone should share their taste.
I’d like to know when this mindset began, it wasn’t like this 10 years ago. Anyway, I completely agree with you, Anon. I just think this is connected to the “problematic” discourse as well.
Haters also try to use their good looks to say their fans are superficial. That’s why, for example, somebody wrote Mitsuo and Goro are the same, but we only like Goro because he’s pretty in that terrible post. Such attitude is incredibly immature, but it sure gives them a sense of superiority.