Discussion in 'Archive: Census and Games' started by Amidala Starkiller, Jan 24, 2003.
I did go with the Joker, but Thanos and Darkseid would be close seconds.
I've always been partial to Lex Luthor.
What? You fail to put Doom on your poll! No one leaves out Doom! You shall pay for your insolence! Richards did this, didn't he? RICHARDS!!!!!!
(ahem)... Seriously though, you should have put Dr. Doom on that list.
Well the BF and I talked about this one and well we tried not to pick all Supermen and Batman villains.
I guess that's what 'Other' is for
What about Goldfinger and Blofeld the biggest supervillians ever.
I guess you just mean comic book super villians, so I said the Joker. As voiced by Mark Hamill
I mean Dr. Evil and Goldmember the biggest super villians ever!
But again they are not comic book villians.
Green Goblin..he had the cool hover craft!
X-Men stuff! Whee!!
I actually like The Penguin the best. But since he ain't there, Lex Luthor!
C'mon people, Hank Scorpio is the only villian to have taken over the east coast! He's the only one who's plans weren't thwarted. He takes out loads of enemy soldiers with nothing more than a flamethrower, burning nuclear waste, and a hand grenade. He's the only one to take down the spy In Her Majesty's Secret Service.
He has a stock plan that helps you invest, and on Fridays the cafeteria serves hotdogs and burgers and beer.
He loves German beer.
yea, but those pics look cool
Mr. Freeze since Arnold played him
I like Venon and Carnge from Spider-Man. Sicec they are not there I say The Joker.
I would also think there should be Mister Burns from the Simpsons. "Excellent"
Vegeta, easily. He's my second favorite villain, right after Darth Vader, but Vader isn't a "super-villain". Vegeta was a villain, and would have died in his fight with Goku, but he was so popular that Akira Toriyama felt obliged to keep him, which required making him a hero. (DBZ isn't real big on returning villains.)
J. Jonah Jamieson
Oddly, the Kingpin. He has a real purpose to his villainy, petty and localized though it may be. Read "Born Again" for the best of a villain setting out to utterly destroy the hero's life - and pretty much succeeding. Add onto that the twisted politics within his organization, his screwed-up marriage, etc. and he's interesting in and of himself beyond being a foil for Daredevil.
Joker > everyone else
Although I do like Zaz's suggestion...