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Judge Death, right?
Just realised you were making a 'cool' joke!
You're still a bloody idiot though. For other reasons. X
I don't read comics.
but I like this joker-with-his-face-cut-off thing. Or I like the idea of it. Scary.
and take Royter with you.
Dunno who it was, but it's the greatest comic of all time and almost as good as a real book.
there really is some dross in there over the years
Though no-one has managed to make King Tut or Egg Head work in the modern gritty Batman universe for some reason. I can't understand why.
Major Disaster Grabbed Quilt from behind and Bane punched him in the stomach.'
What a lovely quilt
Paul Dekker is an ex-painter who lead a double life as a master thief. He was blinded by a gunshot wound during a botched robbery. While in prison, he volunteered for an experimental procedure that would restore his vision. There was a side-effect, however: Even though he can see, he can only see in blinding, disorienting colors. This drove him insane, and he adopted the identity of Crazy-Quilt.
" And, when Robin interfered, he found his red, green, and yellow costume rendered virtually white.''
Does he count?
this is the right answer
maybe the right answer is 'Lucille'?
kirkman really has no sentimentality when it comes to his cast
including LADY STILT-MAN
and Aqualad gets in but not Supergirl, old-school Superboy or Krypto The Super Dog?
The Red Bee: His modus operandi was a trained bumblebee named Michael whom he throws at his victim
Gin Genie is an incredible concept. Not shit.
The Defenestrator: A large, burly man in a denim jacket, black sunglasses, with black hair who obsessively carries around a window through which he forcefully throws criminals and the occasional unlucky policeman. His assaults on police officers landed him in Arkham Asylum. His appearance, name, and his death (and last words) are direct parodies of Arnold Schwarzenegger's character in Terminator 2: Judgment Day.
I would say Norman Osborn comes quite close too Spiderman has some ace villains.
Spiderman has the best bad guys. Venom, Doc Ock, Lizard, Kraven, Chameleon, Rhino, Vulture e.t.c.
Batman generally has great bad guys as well, and Daredevil.
Jack the Ripper. Everything he does makes perfect sense to himself, and he's totally convinced as to the rightness of his horrific actions (which are to symbolically enslave womankind).
Lacks superpowers, although he does occasionally have glimpses into the future, seeing the banal and desensitised age he helped create. Maybe he was a mutant. A mutant Freemason.
In Dc terms, Joker at the moment. Sinestro during the Sinestro corp wars was bloody good as well.
Marvel wise, i really liked Wolverines son Daken, though he's (Spoiler alert) dead now. The new hellfire club of children in Wolverine and the X-men are a good bunch of bad guys.
So I'll keep out.
Foolssss you cannot kill what doesssss not live.
for being childish shortly after posting a thread on balls?
I'm known for my bold moves.
You know, like the Kingpin in Daredevil.
where would we be without it?
Also for the record I'm always pro ball threads.
Much like the Green Goblin was when Sandman teamed up with him against Spidey in The Amazing Spiderman #245.
The Sandman wasn't in the Amazing Spiderman #245!