Some articles on villains, villain:

Tragic Villain - Portraying and Employing Villains in Fiction - Sympathetic Villain
... to add realism to their stories, many writers will try to create "sympathetic" villains, the antithesis to an antihero ... These villains come in just as many shapes and sizes as antiheroes do ... antagonistic goals (examples include Murdock, a secondary villain in the game Fire Emblem Fūin no Tsurugi, who is honorable, but fights the player's army due to loyalty to his country) ...
Mr J - Character
... Joker's victims have included men, women, children, and even his own henchmen and other villains ... While other villains rely on tried-and-true methods to commit crimes (such as Mr ... homicidal nature makes him one of the most feared supervillains in the DC Universe in the Villains United and Infinite Crisis mini-series, the members of the villains' Secret Society refuse to induct ...
The Hot Rod Dogs And Cool Car Cats - Villains
... Scarhood A bounty hunter, and The Crusher's main henchman ... A mean and nasty Dog-car, he has gained a personal vendetta against Hot Rod for his numerous defeats ...
Hangmen (DC Comics) - History
... Luthor, Jr.'s Secret Society of Super Villains ... the Hangmen also try to apply for membership in Libra's Secret Society of Super Villains ... Killshot was also among the villains involved in an ambush of the JSA ...
Character Overview - Villains - Adam Monroe
... In the final moments of "I Am Become Death", Hiro and Ando dig Adam up in hopes of gaining information on the formula ... In the following episode, he is released from his casket prison under the pretense that he will assist Hiro and Ando in retrieving the formula ...

Famous quotes containing the word villains:

    Why do villains have so much influence? Because the honest people are terribly dense.
    Franz Grillparzer (1791–1872)

    I don’t believe in villains or heroes, only in right or wrong ways that individuals are taken, not by choice, but by necessity or by certain still uncomprehended influences in themselves, their circumstances and their antecedents.
    Tennessee Williams (1914–1983)