Super Villains, they're the foils of our heroes and are nearly always up to no good. But what if they were the protagonists of the film? Would you want to see a film starring villains?
The titular supervillain of Richard Sala's deliciously over-the-top crime webcomic, Super-Enigmatix, is the puppet master behind most of the world's crime. He can make dogs attack their owners or place human-eating plants in the local botanical gardens—and he's always surrounded by beautiful henchwomen. Can he be…
Peter Anspach's "The Top 100 Things I'd Do If I Ever Became An Evil Overlord" is required reading for anyone hoping to enter the growing field of supervillainry. But how much does it cost to be a successful and rational evil overlord?
If Wonder Woman were crabby, selfish, and generally bad at her job, she'd be Wonderella, the boozy "heroine" of The Non-Adventures of Wonderella. She has mommy issues, tells dick jokes galore, rap battles Jesus Christ, and occasionally saves the day.
Markus Haering probably didn't intend to emulate Lex Luthor when his company's drilling triggered a series of minor earthquakes. But the geothermal energy mogul is up on criminal charges for his earth-shaking exploits.
Where do singing supervillains come from? A preview of Zack Whedon's Dr. Horrible prequel comic reveals how a childhood incident inspired a brainy kid to don that evil lab coat and goggles.
Neil Patrick Harris is up to his old singing supervillainy, this time as the Music Meister on Batman: The Brave and the Bold. Listen to his first nefarious number, where he forces the show's heroes and villains to sing along.
Dr. Horrible may have won the Internet’s heart, but he’s hardly the only supervillain with a penchant for bursting into song. We list some of the other villainous vocalists conquering the world with music.
Today you can watch the final act of online supervillain musical Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog, before the entire tale disappears from the interwebz on Sunday at midnight. Though the first and second acts were sweet and goofy, show creator Joss Whedon managed to make this final installment genuinely upsetting. Dr.…
Forget kidneys and livers. Evil drag queens have raised the science of organ transplantation to an artform, encompassing sexy long legs, genitalia and even "manginas." Who needs to worry about tissue rejection when you can look so irresistible?
It's all in RuPaul's new movie masterpiece Starrbooty, newly out on DVD.