Super Bad: 10 Best Movie Supervillains

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GeekShizzle
GeekShizzle

Is this list a joke? Catwoman? Really?

SeanDorman
SeanDorman

How the unholy Hell is Darth Vader NOT on this list?

MortaTehShadowmage
MortaTehShadowmage

So... you just went through the Superman/Marvel movies and picked 10 bad guys? This list is terrible.

VivianFlamenco
VivianFlamenco

There are two villains that deserve to be on this list more than some of these:  Maleficent from "Sleeping Beauty" (The scene of her turning into a fire throwing dragon would give the stoutest nightmares!) and Ursula from "Little Mermaid".  Just because they are animated does not make them less as villains.

RC2020
RC2020

"Jack" as the Joker!!!!


JafarAlTaie
JafarAlTaie

Besides the Joker everyone else on the list is boring. And Loki is the most pathetic villain I've ever seen, heard or read about.

aliguana
aliguana

Correction, The Joker *DOES* have a convenient backstory. Read The Killing Joke (what, you haven't already??)

CarlosAlbertoSilva
CarlosAlbertoSilva

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MityMo66
MityMo66

Loki? Kingpin? Who came up with this list? They should have said super viliains from comic book adaptations. If we are talking super viliains in general, what about The Terminator? Magneto as someone mentioned below. What about KAAAHHHHHNNNN!!!? Or the biggest baddie of them all, Darth Vader and his predecessor Darth Maul?

xtlhogciao
xtlhogciao

How could you forget Ross Webster?  

Seriously though, I don't know how you neglected to throw Magneto in there.  His goal in the second movie was more malicious than any these other characters' plots.  

JeffersonThomas
JeffersonThomas

If you read the first slide, you'll see that this is a list of villains in movies adapted from superhero comic books (hence, no Vader/Blofeld/Moriarty). Also, Mandarin isn't on the list, just mentioned in the intro -- and how about the common courtesy of a *Spoiler Alert*? Not everyone saw IM3 this past weekend (it just seemed like it).

That said, at the risk of overdoing the Batman villains, how about the Penguin, played to comic perfection by Burgess Meredith in the 1966 film, and to unnerving effect by Danny DeVito in "Batman Returns." I'd also pick almost any of the X-Men villains over about half the ones listed here.

SpeedVX
SpeedVX

Seriously -- how do The Emperor or Darth Vader not make this list?

WJK1
WJK1 moderator

@SpeedVX  Yeah, we should've made it more clear that this list was about comic-book villains.  Much shame this padawan has.

rtpoeman
rtpoeman like.author.displayName 1 Like

No Fu Manchu? No Ernst Stavro Blofeld, head of S.P.E.C.T.R.E.? And by Snidely Whiplash's mustache, no Professor Moriarty, the Napoleon of crime?

WJK1
WJK1 moderator

@rtpoeman  All of them bad guys of the first order -- but this list is about comic-book villains. I guess we should have made that more clear.

TrajanSaldana
TrajanSaldana

ledger's Joker, Pfieffer's Catwoman HELL yah...the others, not so much

se123
se123 like.author.displayName 1 Like

the MANDARIN FROM IRON MAN 3 IS OT A VILLIAN!!!

shouldn't even be on the list