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During his time, he's come up against an army of villains from around the world and universe.

Lex Luthor isn't a physically strong man. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. But once the Welsh actor took on the role in The Silence of the Lambs, Hannibal "The Cannibal" and Hopkins became inextricably linked; it's impossible to think of the gourmand serial killer without seeing those shining eyes or hearing that insinuating voice mentioning the eating of someone's liver with fava beans and a nice Chianti. Cloudflare Ray ID: 5e482a9058300990 Eleven more actors appear exactly twice on the same list: Out of all the actors who appear on the list, twenty-one of them—, This page was last edited on 17 October 2020, at 09:15. [1], "Shark Week: Remembering Bruce, the Mechanical Shark in 'Jaws, Razzie Awards: The Movies That Won The Most Razzies - The Delite, List of the 400 nominated screen characters, AFI's 100 Years... 100 Heroes and Villains, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=AFI%27s_100_Years...100_Heroes_%26_Villains&oldid=983961691, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Based upon New York City Police Detective. Superboy Prime spent time in forums, complaining about DC comics, and he was known for his epic hissy-fits during battle. ), a kidnapper, a killer, and a sexual-deviant rapist with tons of Freudian issues. Giger and director Ridley Scott's eerie atmosphere sealed the deal.—Joshua Rothkopf, Here's what's often missed about this human-skin-wearing killer: He's a sad, lost little boy. Disclosure: ViacomCBS is GameSpot's parent company.

It is part of the AFI 100 Years... series. Listings Looking for a specific item? The only way to defeat him is to get him to say or spell his name backwards, sending him back to the fifth dimension. The presentation programme was nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Nonfiction Special.

First Appearance: World's Finest Comics #311 (1985). While the vast majority of weird villains get one or two stories, then fizzle out of existence, here's one of Superman's weirdest villains, who has been kicking around for 70 years.

Certainly at this time of year, with Halloween just around the corner, we do.

(He doesn't know Clint Eastwood's about to ride in.)

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For example, items could have custom names, descriptions, or colors. A scientist gave himself super powers using microwaves, which made him invulnerable. When he was given a Sinestro Corps Ring, he was easily one of the most overpowered characters in the DC Universe but still couldn't win. Back to item list All prices are compiled based on community feedback. First Appearance: Action Comics #487 (1978). The actor's devil-may-care stylings were just the kick in the pants Gene Roddenberry's space-opera franchise needed.

Mr. Mxyzptlk (Mix-yez-pittle-ik) is an imp from the fifth dimension who likes to play pranks on Superman and cause havoc. Déjà vu!

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Charming his mark with phony righteousness, he woos and weds her—but two small children are on to him, and, fleeing home, they are pursued by a maniac. Mitchum's howl is as pure and uncut an expression of rage as the screen has delivered; he also coos the traditional hymn "Leaning on the Everlasting Arms" in a way that unsettles just as much. Gittes!"

First Appearance: Superman vs Muhammad Ali #1 (1978). An odd game of Hero vs Villains. And it just gets better from there, as anyone who's ever swung a plastic lightsaber or intoned "I find your lack of faith disturbing" can tell you. Microwave Man, who may go down in history as one of the worst costumes in a Superman comic, only appeared in one story, back in the late 70s.

First Appearance: Action Comics #73 (1944). But Ben Kingsley makes no mistake about who's in charge, as his furious invectives start to fly.—Joshua Rothkopf, Faye Dunaway suffered permanent career damage for her noxious portrayal of screen icon Crawford and the star's abusive domination over her adopted daughter, Christina. (Let's give a hat tip to Brian Cox, whose portrayal in 1986's Manhunter came first.)

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Blue Matt is the member of the group Network. "—Ralph Fiennes turned J.K. Rowling's fallen wizard into the personification of that old black magic.

First Appearance: Leading Comics #1 (1941). Some of these villains are restricted to one series, but because of the nature of the Marvel Universe, many of them appear in multiple comic book titles. He's a bit creepy, and although he's always getting beaten down, he pops right back up again a few years later. But he's also a direct result of the era's excesses, a malefactor twisting the reigning order to his own nefarious purposes.

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If you're familiar with the Thing from Fantastic Four, that's Clawster. Gekko's philosophy—"Greed...is good"—summed up the get-rich '80s to a tee; his idolization by a generation of white-collar alpha males suggests Douglas may have played this villain too well.—David Fear, John Huston's decrepit patriarch could be mistaken for just another 20th-century opportunist hell-bent on owning "the future, Mr. AFI's 100 Years... 100 Heroes & Villains is a list of the one hundred greatest screen characters (fifty each in the hero and villain categories) as chosen by the American Film Institute in June 2003. The character might have been based on Wisconsin's notorious Ed Gein, but director Tobe Hooper and actor Gunnar Hansen imbue him with a subtle sense of soul.

There's no rage in this machine, just cold indifference.—Keith Uhlich, Terence Stamp is marvelously stern and sinister as the chief antagonist of this buoyant Man of Steel sequel.

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Alfred Hitchcock's brilliant thriller simply wouldn't work without a stone-cold killer.—Joshua Rothkopf, Revenge is a dish best served cold (old Klingon proverb), and who better to mete it out than Ricardo Montalban's genetically engineered, Melville-quoting big baddie? But there's more to this bad guy than seething menace; the great Rutger Hauer invests him with a wide-eyed soulfulness that ultimately breaks your heart.—Keith Uhlich, Everyone knows actors are crazy, but our hero can't have expected this level of limb-slicing extremity. There's a world of hate behind those steely blue eyes, which Leone takes every chance to frame in his visionary extreme close-ups.—Keith Uhlich, The mighty Robert Mitchum angered up for this masterly portrayal of evil in Charles Laughton's underseen American thriller. If you are on a personal connection, like at home, you can run an anti-virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware.

He stalks his prey so mercilessly (innocents in the line of fire be damned) that you long to pull the plug yourself.—Keith Uhlich, Evolving over the course of the movie into three distinct creatures, this landmark beast is, first and foremost, a brilliantly dark conception (by original screenwriter Dan O'Bannon, exploring rape fears). Then again, this collection of baddies boasts a stunning eight Oscar victories (and a couple more if you allow for special-effects wins).

While the vast majority of weird villains get one or two stories, then fizzle out of existence, here's one of Superman's weirdest villains, who has been kicking around for 70 years.

on March 17, 2016 at 8:00AM PDT.

Klakok, the seldom-seen villain, was a member of the Superman Revenge Squad. Obviously, this villain was no match for Superman. This also includes Icon Comics. First Appearance: DC Comics Presents #85 (1985). Mr. Z is an immortal who is incredibly mysterious and loves travelling through time to trap famous people throughout history in his crystal. He was portrayed by thelate Pete Postlethwaite, who also played Mr. Jones in the 1999 version of Animal Farm and Obadiah Hakeswill in Sharpe. That's why he once employed a man named Louto Malone as his muscle.

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During his time, he's come up against an army of villains from around the world and universe.

Lex Luthor isn't a physically strong man. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. But once the Welsh actor took on the role in The Silence of the Lambs, Hannibal "The Cannibal" and Hopkins became inextricably linked; it's impossible to think of the gourmand serial killer without seeing those shining eyes or hearing that insinuating voice mentioning the eating of someone's liver with fava beans and a nice Chianti. Cloudflare Ray ID: 5e482a9058300990 Eleven more actors appear exactly twice on the same list: Out of all the actors who appear on the list, twenty-one of them—, This page was last edited on 17 October 2020, at 09:15. [1], "Shark Week: Remembering Bruce, the Mechanical Shark in 'Jaws, Razzie Awards: The Movies That Won The Most Razzies - The Delite, List of the 400 nominated screen characters, AFI's 100 Years... 100 Heroes and Villains, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=AFI%27s_100_Years...100_Heroes_%26_Villains&oldid=983961691, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Based upon New York City Police Detective. Superboy Prime spent time in forums, complaining about DC comics, and he was known for his epic hissy-fits during battle. ), a kidnapper, a killer, and a sexual-deviant rapist with tons of Freudian issues. Giger and director Ridley Scott's eerie atmosphere sealed the deal.—Joshua Rothkopf, Here's what's often missed about this human-skin-wearing killer: He's a sad, lost little boy. Disclosure: ViacomCBS is GameSpot's parent company.

It is part of the AFI 100 Years... series. Listings Looking for a specific item? The only way to defeat him is to get him to say or spell his name backwards, sending him back to the fifth dimension. The presentation programme was nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Nonfiction Special.

First Appearance: World's Finest Comics #311 (1985). While the vast majority of weird villains get one or two stories, then fizzle out of existence, here's one of Superman's weirdest villains, who has been kicking around for 70 years.

Certainly at this time of year, with Halloween just around the corner, we do.

(He doesn't know Clint Eastwood's about to ride in.)

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For example, items could have custom names, descriptions, or colors. A scientist gave himself super powers using microwaves, which made him invulnerable. When he was given a Sinestro Corps Ring, he was easily one of the most overpowered characters in the DC Universe but still couldn't win. Back to item list All prices are compiled based on community feedback. First Appearance: Action Comics #487 (1978). The actor's devil-may-care stylings were just the kick in the pants Gene Roddenberry's space-opera franchise needed.

Mr. Mxyzptlk (Mix-yez-pittle-ik) is an imp from the fifth dimension who likes to play pranks on Superman and cause havoc. Déjà vu!

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Charming his mark with phony righteousness, he woos and weds her—but two small children are on to him, and, fleeing home, they are pursued by a maniac. Mitchum's howl is as pure and uncut an expression of rage as the screen has delivered; he also coos the traditional hymn "Leaning on the Everlasting Arms" in a way that unsettles just as much. Gittes!"

First Appearance: Superman vs Muhammad Ali #1 (1978). An odd game of Hero vs Villains. And it just gets better from there, as anyone who's ever swung a plastic lightsaber or intoned "I find your lack of faith disturbing" can tell you. Microwave Man, who may go down in history as one of the worst costumes in a Superman comic, only appeared in one story, back in the late 70s.

First Appearance: Action Comics #73 (1944). But Ben Kingsley makes no mistake about who's in charge, as his furious invectives start to fly.—Joshua Rothkopf, Faye Dunaway suffered permanent career damage for her noxious portrayal of screen icon Crawford and the star's abusive domination over her adopted daughter, Christina. (Let's give a hat tip to Brian Cox, whose portrayal in 1986's Manhunter came first.)

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Blue Matt is the member of the group Network. "—Ralph Fiennes turned J.K. Rowling's fallen wizard into the personification of that old black magic.

First Appearance: Leading Comics #1 (1941). Some of these villains are restricted to one series, but because of the nature of the Marvel Universe, many of them appear in multiple comic book titles. He's a bit creepy, and although he's always getting beaten down, he pops right back up again a few years later. But he's also a direct result of the era's excesses, a malefactor twisting the reigning order to his own nefarious purposes.

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If you're familiar with the Thing from Fantastic Four, that's Clawster. Gekko's philosophy—"Greed...is good"—summed up the get-rich '80s to a tee; his idolization by a generation of white-collar alpha males suggests Douglas may have played this villain too well.—David Fear, John Huston's decrepit patriarch could be mistaken for just another 20th-century opportunist hell-bent on owning "the future, Mr. AFI's 100 Years... 100 Heroes & Villains is a list of the one hundred greatest screen characters (fifty each in the hero and villain categories) as chosen by the American Film Institute in June 2003. The character might have been based on Wisconsin's notorious Ed Gein, but director Tobe Hooper and actor Gunnar Hansen imbue him with a subtle sense of soul.

There's no rage in this machine, just cold indifference.—Keith Uhlich, Terence Stamp is marvelously stern and sinister as the chief antagonist of this buoyant Man of Steel sequel.

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Alfred Hitchcock's brilliant thriller simply wouldn't work without a stone-cold killer.—Joshua Rothkopf, Revenge is a dish best served cold (old Klingon proverb), and who better to mete it out than Ricardo Montalban's genetically engineered, Melville-quoting big baddie? But there's more to this bad guy than seething menace; the great Rutger Hauer invests him with a wide-eyed soulfulness that ultimately breaks your heart.—Keith Uhlich, Everyone knows actors are crazy, but our hero can't have expected this level of limb-slicing extremity. There's a world of hate behind those steely blue eyes, which Leone takes every chance to frame in his visionary extreme close-ups.—Keith Uhlich, The mighty Robert Mitchum angered up for this masterly portrayal of evil in Charles Laughton's underseen American thriller. If you are on a personal connection, like at home, you can run an anti-virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware.

He stalks his prey so mercilessly (innocents in the line of fire be damned) that you long to pull the plug yourself.—Keith Uhlich, Evolving over the course of the movie into three distinct creatures, this landmark beast is, first and foremost, a brilliantly dark conception (by original screenwriter Dan O'Bannon, exploring rape fears). Then again, this collection of baddies boasts a stunning eight Oscar victories (and a couple more if you allow for special-effects wins).

While the vast majority of weird villains get one or two stories, then fizzle out of existence, here's one of Superman's weirdest villains, who has been kicking around for 70 years.

on March 17, 2016 at 8:00AM PDT.

Klakok, the seldom-seen villain, was a member of the Superman Revenge Squad. Obviously, this villain was no match for Superman. This also includes Icon Comics. First Appearance: DC Comics Presents #85 (1985). Mr. Z is an immortal who is incredibly mysterious and loves travelling through time to trap famous people throughout history in his crystal. He was portrayed by thelate Pete Postlethwaite, who also played Mr. Jones in the 1999 version of Animal Farm and Obadiah Hakeswill in Sharpe. That's why he once employed a man named Louto Malone as his muscle.

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During his time, he's come up against an army of villains from around the world and universe.

Lex Luthor isn't a physically strong man. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. But once the Welsh actor took on the role in The Silence of the Lambs, Hannibal "The Cannibal" and Hopkins became inextricably linked; it's impossible to think of the gourmand serial killer without seeing those shining eyes or hearing that insinuating voice mentioning the eating of someone's liver with fava beans and a nice Chianti. Cloudflare Ray ID: 5e482a9058300990 Eleven more actors appear exactly twice on the same list: Out of all the actors who appear on the list, twenty-one of them—, This page was last edited on 17 October 2020, at 09:15. [1], "Shark Week: Remembering Bruce, the Mechanical Shark in 'Jaws, Razzie Awards: The Movies That Won The Most Razzies - The Delite, List of the 400 nominated screen characters, AFI's 100 Years... 100 Heroes and Villains, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=AFI%27s_100_Years...100_Heroes_%26_Villains&oldid=983961691, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Based upon New York City Police Detective. Superboy Prime spent time in forums, complaining about DC comics, and he was known for his epic hissy-fits during battle. ), a kidnapper, a killer, and a sexual-deviant rapist with tons of Freudian issues. Giger and director Ridley Scott's eerie atmosphere sealed the deal.—Joshua Rothkopf, Here's what's often missed about this human-skin-wearing killer: He's a sad, lost little boy. Disclosure: ViacomCBS is GameSpot's parent company.

It is part of the AFI 100 Years... series. Listings Looking for a specific item? The only way to defeat him is to get him to say or spell his name backwards, sending him back to the fifth dimension. The presentation programme was nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Nonfiction Special.

First Appearance: World's Finest Comics #311 (1985). While the vast majority of weird villains get one or two stories, then fizzle out of existence, here's one of Superman's weirdest villains, who has been kicking around for 70 years.

Certainly at this time of year, with Halloween just around the corner, we do.

(He doesn't know Clint Eastwood's about to ride in.)

Look out for your first newsletter in your inbox soon!

For example, items could have custom names, descriptions, or colors. A scientist gave himself super powers using microwaves, which made him invulnerable. When he was given a Sinestro Corps Ring, he was easily one of the most overpowered characters in the DC Universe but still couldn't win. Back to item list All prices are compiled based on community feedback. First Appearance: Action Comics #487 (1978). The actor's devil-may-care stylings were just the kick in the pants Gene Roddenberry's space-opera franchise needed.

Mr. Mxyzptlk (Mix-yez-pittle-ik) is an imp from the fifth dimension who likes to play pranks on Superman and cause havoc. Déjà vu!

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Charming his mark with phony righteousness, he woos and weds her—but two small children are on to him, and, fleeing home, they are pursued by a maniac. Mitchum's howl is as pure and uncut an expression of rage as the screen has delivered; he also coos the traditional hymn "Leaning on the Everlasting Arms" in a way that unsettles just as much. Gittes!"

First Appearance: Superman vs Muhammad Ali #1 (1978). An odd game of Hero vs Villains. And it just gets better from there, as anyone who's ever swung a plastic lightsaber or intoned "I find your lack of faith disturbing" can tell you. Microwave Man, who may go down in history as one of the worst costumes in a Superman comic, only appeared in one story, back in the late 70s.

First Appearance: Action Comics #73 (1944). But Ben Kingsley makes no mistake about who's in charge, as his furious invectives start to fly.—Joshua Rothkopf, Faye Dunaway suffered permanent career damage for her noxious portrayal of screen icon Crawford and the star's abusive domination over her adopted daughter, Christina. (Let's give a hat tip to Brian Cox, whose portrayal in 1986's Manhunter came first.)

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Blue Matt is the member of the group Network. "—Ralph Fiennes turned J.K. Rowling's fallen wizard into the personification of that old black magic.

First Appearance: Leading Comics #1 (1941). Some of these villains are restricted to one series, but because of the nature of the Marvel Universe, many of them appear in multiple comic book titles. He's a bit creepy, and although he's always getting beaten down, he pops right back up again a few years later. But he's also a direct result of the era's excesses, a malefactor twisting the reigning order to his own nefarious purposes.

Should you not agree on a price, you are invited to suggest a new price by visiting the item's stats page for the item in question.

If you're familiar with the Thing from Fantastic Four, that's Clawster. Gekko's philosophy—"Greed...is good"—summed up the get-rich '80s to a tee; his idolization by a generation of white-collar alpha males suggests Douglas may have played this villain too well.—David Fear, John Huston's decrepit patriarch could be mistaken for just another 20th-century opportunist hell-bent on owning "the future, Mr. AFI's 100 Years... 100 Heroes & Villains is a list of the one hundred greatest screen characters (fifty each in the hero and villain categories) as chosen by the American Film Institute in June 2003. The character might have been based on Wisconsin's notorious Ed Gein, but director Tobe Hooper and actor Gunnar Hansen imbue him with a subtle sense of soul.

There's no rage in this machine, just cold indifference.—Keith Uhlich, Terence Stamp is marvelously stern and sinister as the chief antagonist of this buoyant Man of Steel sequel.

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Alfred Hitchcock's brilliant thriller simply wouldn't work without a stone-cold killer.—Joshua Rothkopf, Revenge is a dish best served cold (old Klingon proverb), and who better to mete it out than Ricardo Montalban's genetically engineered, Melville-quoting big baddie? But there's more to this bad guy than seething menace; the great Rutger Hauer invests him with a wide-eyed soulfulness that ultimately breaks your heart.—Keith Uhlich, Everyone knows actors are crazy, but our hero can't have expected this level of limb-slicing extremity. There's a world of hate behind those steely blue eyes, which Leone takes every chance to frame in his visionary extreme close-ups.—Keith Uhlich, The mighty Robert Mitchum angered up for this masterly portrayal of evil in Charles Laughton's underseen American thriller. If you are on a personal connection, like at home, you can run an anti-virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware.

He stalks his prey so mercilessly (innocents in the line of fire be damned) that you long to pull the plug yourself.—Keith Uhlich, Evolving over the course of the movie into three distinct creatures, this landmark beast is, first and foremost, a brilliantly dark conception (by original screenwriter Dan O'Bannon, exploring rape fears). Then again, this collection of baddies boasts a stunning eight Oscar victories (and a couple more if you allow for special-effects wins).

While the vast majority of weird villains get one or two stories, then fizzle out of existence, here's one of Superman's weirdest villains, who has been kicking around for 70 years.

on March 17, 2016 at 8:00AM PDT.

Klakok, the seldom-seen villain, was a member of the Superman Revenge Squad. Obviously, this villain was no match for Superman. This also includes Icon Comics. First Appearance: DC Comics Presents #85 (1985). Mr. Z is an immortal who is incredibly mysterious and loves travelling through time to trap famous people throughout history in his crystal. He was portrayed by thelate Pete Postlethwaite, who also played Mr. Jones in the 1999 version of Animal Farm and Obadiah Hakeswill in Sharpe. That's why he once employed a man named Louto Malone as his muscle.

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Some of these villains are restricted to one series, but because of the nature of the Marvel Universe, many of them appear in multiple comic book titles. Leone reportedly said) that the actor known mostly for playing relatable everymen took the leap. This also includes Icon Comics.

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During his time, he's come up against an army of villains from around the world and universe.

Lex Luthor isn't a physically strong man. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. But once the Welsh actor took on the role in The Silence of the Lambs, Hannibal "The Cannibal" and Hopkins became inextricably linked; it's impossible to think of the gourmand serial killer without seeing those shining eyes or hearing that insinuating voice mentioning the eating of someone's liver with fava beans and a nice Chianti. Cloudflare Ray ID: 5e482a9058300990 Eleven more actors appear exactly twice on the same list: Out of all the actors who appear on the list, twenty-one of them—, This page was last edited on 17 October 2020, at 09:15. [1], "Shark Week: Remembering Bruce, the Mechanical Shark in 'Jaws, Razzie Awards: The Movies That Won The Most Razzies - The Delite, List of the 400 nominated screen characters, AFI's 100 Years... 100 Heroes and Villains, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=AFI%27s_100_Years...100_Heroes_%26_Villains&oldid=983961691, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Based upon New York City Police Detective. Superboy Prime spent time in forums, complaining about DC comics, and he was known for his epic hissy-fits during battle. ), a kidnapper, a killer, and a sexual-deviant rapist with tons of Freudian issues. Giger and director Ridley Scott's eerie atmosphere sealed the deal.—Joshua Rothkopf, Here's what's often missed about this human-skin-wearing killer: He's a sad, lost little boy. Disclosure: ViacomCBS is GameSpot's parent company.

It is part of the AFI 100 Years... series. Listings Looking for a specific item? The only way to defeat him is to get him to say or spell his name backwards, sending him back to the fifth dimension. The presentation programme was nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Nonfiction Special.

First Appearance: World's Finest Comics #311 (1985). While the vast majority of weird villains get one or two stories, then fizzle out of existence, here's one of Superman's weirdest villains, who has been kicking around for 70 years.

Certainly at this time of year, with Halloween just around the corner, we do.

(He doesn't know Clint Eastwood's about to ride in.)

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For example, items could have custom names, descriptions, or colors. A scientist gave himself super powers using microwaves, which made him invulnerable. When he was given a Sinestro Corps Ring, he was easily one of the most overpowered characters in the DC Universe but still couldn't win. Back to item list All prices are compiled based on community feedback. First Appearance: Action Comics #487 (1978). The actor's devil-may-care stylings were just the kick in the pants Gene Roddenberry's space-opera franchise needed.

Mr. Mxyzptlk (Mix-yez-pittle-ik) is an imp from the fifth dimension who likes to play pranks on Superman and cause havoc. Déjà vu!

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Charming his mark with phony righteousness, he woos and weds her—but two small children are on to him, and, fleeing home, they are pursued by a maniac. Mitchum's howl is as pure and uncut an expression of rage as the screen has delivered; he also coos the traditional hymn "Leaning on the Everlasting Arms" in a way that unsettles just as much. Gittes!"

First Appearance: Superman vs Muhammad Ali #1 (1978). An odd game of Hero vs Villains. And it just gets better from there, as anyone who's ever swung a plastic lightsaber or intoned "I find your lack of faith disturbing" can tell you. Microwave Man, who may go down in history as one of the worst costumes in a Superman comic, only appeared in one story, back in the late 70s.

First Appearance: Action Comics #73 (1944). But Ben Kingsley makes no mistake about who's in charge, as his furious invectives start to fly.—Joshua Rothkopf, Faye Dunaway suffered permanent career damage for her noxious portrayal of screen icon Crawford and the star's abusive domination over her adopted daughter, Christina. (Let's give a hat tip to Brian Cox, whose portrayal in 1986's Manhunter came first.)

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Blue Matt is the member of the group Network. "—Ralph Fiennes turned J.K. Rowling's fallen wizard into the personification of that old black magic.

First Appearance: Leading Comics #1 (1941). Some of these villains are restricted to one series, but because of the nature of the Marvel Universe, many of them appear in multiple comic book titles. He's a bit creepy, and although he's always getting beaten down, he pops right back up again a few years later. But he's also a direct result of the era's excesses, a malefactor twisting the reigning order to his own nefarious purposes.

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If you're familiar with the Thing from Fantastic Four, that's Clawster. Gekko's philosophy—"Greed...is good"—summed up the get-rich '80s to a tee; his idolization by a generation of white-collar alpha males suggests Douglas may have played this villain too well.—David Fear, John Huston's decrepit patriarch could be mistaken for just another 20th-century opportunist hell-bent on owning "the future, Mr. AFI's 100 Years... 100 Heroes & Villains is a list of the one hundred greatest screen characters (fifty each in the hero and villain categories) as chosen by the American Film Institute in June 2003. The character might have been based on Wisconsin's notorious Ed Gein, but director Tobe Hooper and actor Gunnar Hansen imbue him with a subtle sense of soul.

There's no rage in this machine, just cold indifference.—Keith Uhlich, Terence Stamp is marvelously stern and sinister as the chief antagonist of this buoyant Man of Steel sequel.

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Alfred Hitchcock's brilliant thriller simply wouldn't work without a stone-cold killer.—Joshua Rothkopf, Revenge is a dish best served cold (old Klingon proverb), and who better to mete it out than Ricardo Montalban's genetically engineered, Melville-quoting big baddie? But there's more to this bad guy than seething menace; the great Rutger Hauer invests him with a wide-eyed soulfulness that ultimately breaks your heart.—Keith Uhlich, Everyone knows actors are crazy, but our hero can't have expected this level of limb-slicing extremity. There's a world of hate behind those steely blue eyes, which Leone takes every chance to frame in his visionary extreme close-ups.—Keith Uhlich, The mighty Robert Mitchum angered up for this masterly portrayal of evil in Charles Laughton's underseen American thriller. If you are on a personal connection, like at home, you can run an anti-virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware.

He stalks his prey so mercilessly (innocents in the line of fire be damned) that you long to pull the plug yourself.—Keith Uhlich, Evolving over the course of the movie into three distinct creatures, this landmark beast is, first and foremost, a brilliantly dark conception (by original screenwriter Dan O'Bannon, exploring rape fears). Then again, this collection of baddies boasts a stunning eight Oscar victories (and a couple more if you allow for special-effects wins).

While the vast majority of weird villains get one or two stories, then fizzle out of existence, here's one of Superman's weirdest villains, who has been kicking around for 70 years.

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Klakok, the seldom-seen villain, was a member of the Superman Revenge Squad. Obviously, this villain was no match for Superman. This also includes Icon Comics. First Appearance: DC Comics Presents #85 (1985). Mr. Z is an immortal who is incredibly mysterious and loves travelling through time to trap famous people throughout history in his crystal. He was portrayed by thelate Pete Postlethwaite, who also played Mr. Jones in the 1999 version of Animal Farm and Obadiah Hakeswill in Sharpe. That's why he once employed a man named Louto Malone as his muscle.

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