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Why We Love Villains: Joker

We couldn’t ignore the greatest villain of all time The Joker is an icon. It can be said with confidence that when people think of a comic book villain their minds usually steer towards the Joker. There are so many…

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Why We Love Villains: Sinestro

Wielding the yellow ring of fear, here is the namesake of the Sinestro corps. Sinestro is one of the most complex villains, as well as difficult villains, Hal Jordan has ever had to face. Sinestro was once considered to be…

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Why We Love Villains: Magneto

He was ranked IGN’s number one villain, so we think he’s worth talking about. Here’s the villain you voted for the mutant with magnetism, Magneto! Magneto is a villain, an anti-hero, a superhero, a sympathetic character, a character to be…

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Why We Love Villains: Harley Quinn

Oh puddin’ you’re crazy you know that? What makes Harley Quinn so loved? Is it her energetic personality? Her tragic love for the Joker? Whatever the reason, Harley Quinn is a fan favorite and it looks like she will be…

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Why We Love Villains: Kingpin

And in this corner we have the one, the only…Kingpin! Take 400 pounds of muscle, rage, and cunning and you get the Kingpin. He is a spider, having established a complex web of crime that only extends further and further…

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Why We Love Villains: Ra’s al Ghul

His name is translated to Demons Head, so you know he means business. Ra’s al Ghul is the closest thing to immortal a human being can get. He is a master of manipulation, an amazing martial artist, and is the…

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5 Reasons Why We Love Villains

Click the images to read Reason #1 We can relate to them… Heroes are supposed to reflect the good in humanity. So it makes sense that villains are supposed to represent the evil. And because of this, we see ourselves…

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