Heck if you put smorgasbord on the title of your restaurant it is practically guaranteed I will visit you culinary establishment.
Galactus would be like my best friend in another parallel universe.
We could scour the universes finding eatable planets ad chowing down like the Big Dogs we are.
The best part is there would be two of us, so we could do the old bait and switch.
The Heroes would come at me thinking I'm there to eat their planet while the Big G goes in and makes like it's a Big Mac.
Next time would be my turn to pull on the lobster bib and make like Takeru Kobayashi when he ate 41 lobster rolls in 10 minutes.
Yeah there are probably better powers out there to pick, but hey at least I get a meal out of it!
He can make and unmake universes. he can change the laws if cosmic existence.
But why do I want the powers of the Beyonder?Simple really.
I want to abduct heroes and villains, split them into teams and make them fight for me.
Hey call it what you will I am a simple man and the idea of making Mr. Fantastic and the Lizard fight is interesting to me.
Plus the most amazing thing? When it is all over I can retcon it and do it for the first time all over again!
The Beyonder has near limitless power and I want to throw that power around like a teenager with a Harley for the sake of watching Superman fight Toad.
Hahaha. So there.
Many of the best villains are defined more by their evil deeds rather than how they make those things happen.
This is a villain with all the powers of Superman but none of his ethics or moral standing.
Defined by his despotic acts, this military genius claims to hold the interests of his people at heart but seems motivated by nothing more than revenge and his lust for power.
Heat vision, super-speed, x-ray vision, flight and super-strength influenced by a yellow sun are weapons of mass destruction in the hands of Zod.
He has no mercy or respect for life, apart from his own.
He uses the tools of the Man of Steel to strike fear into all he comes across.
What weapon could be worse?
Sad to think how great they’d be if they used them for doing good things, but for every good there must be an evil.
It’s evident in the way they keep rewriting the character.
He started out being a shape shifter, which is pretty cool if you ask me.
He’s like a Skrull, but not as lame.
As the character shape shifted itself over the years the abilities also shifted.
My favorite would have to be Cassius Payne.
He has the ability to shape shift, melt things, and duplicate. He’s also invulnerable to bullets.
Who wouldn’t want this guy’s powers?
You could be anybody and when you’re tired of being that person you could be somebody else.Dr. Doom.
He has an army of Doombots to do his bidding, and take a bullet for him if need be.
I have always liked the kind of villain that had as much brains as brawn.
Under his armor Doom, aside from his intellect, is pretty much a normal guy under his armor.
Doom’s name strikes fear into the hearts of his enemies.
He is Doom!
The power to make someone’s greatest fear a reality is something that for obvious reasons, gives me shivers. The fear toxin also combines the worst effects of hallucinogenic drug use, another scary thing.
You have to also combine the fact that Scarecrow wears a creepy costume.
The New 52 version is plenty scary, but the video game version also is scary...because Crane has this Kreuger-esque glove with syringes attached to the fingers.
And who can forget Cillian Murphy’s portrayal of the character in Chris Nolan’s Bat-films.
I remember seeing Batman Begins thinking, “OF COURSE Scarecrow is a perfect screen villain...why have we never think of that before?!”
Come to think of it, just the twisted intellect to come up with a fear gas is probably the creepiest super power any badguy could have!
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