With great power comes a whole bunch of creepy dudes who make Peter Parker’s life totally miserable.

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Which Spider-Man Villain Are You?

  1. You got: The Lizard

    You’re a smart person and a generally upstanding citizen, but you have a dark side that sometimes gets in the way of all the good you do.

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  2. You got: Kraven the Hunter

    You live for adventure, and are constantly looking for a new thrill. That’s cool, but sometimes you take it a bit too far.

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  3. You got: Sandman

    You’re hard-working and unpretentious, but sometimes make unethical decisions when you feel like you’re not getting what you need.

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  4. You got: Electro

    You’re the kind of person who sometimes randomly lucks into great things, but you don’t take it for granted. You make the most of every opportunity you get.

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  5. You got: Hobgoblin

    You really enjoy the freedom that comes along with anonymity, and sometimes abuse that. You’re a very private person, and tend to be very secretive.

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  6. You got: Carnage

    You’re kind of a maniac, and don’t care if following your whims ends up hurting other people. You’re very scary, to be honest.

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  7. You got: Green Goblin

    You’re extremely ambitious and enjoy being in positions of influence, but sometimes give in to the inevitable temptations that come with power.

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  8. You got: Venom

    You have a tendency to get very attached to the people you care about, which can be cool, but can lead to a really bad scene if you ever get rejected.

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  9. You got: Doctor Octopus

    You’re very intelligent and you genuinely want to help other people, but get extremely frustrated when people don’t show you enough respect or credit you for your achievement.

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To be hardcore means to be completely devoted, singularly focused, and undoubtedly committed to an ideal. Couple that with being a supervillain and you have someone who is without a fraction of a doubt, evil. These 25 most hardcore comic book supervillains are the epitome of an evil power who does not care about life, pleasure, beauty, or anything good. Rather, these villains if given the opportunity to destroy anything and everything that is good, would not hesitate to do so.

25. Bane

dc.wikia.com Bane is the only villain credited with breaking Batman’s back (you know you’re hardcore when you can even fight the Batman let alone break his back) earning Bane the reputation of being one of Batman’s most physically and intellectually powerful foes. He committed his first murder at the age of eight in a penitentiary in which he lived most of his life. He is extremely intelligent, a devious but brilliant strategist and tactician with a crazy photographic memory (which he used to decipher Batman’s true identity). In short, you don’t want to mess with this guy.

24. Deathstorm

boards.420chan.org A being with an incredible power source bent on the destruction of worlds; deathstorm is the first of the revived black lanterns. Whats worse is that Deathstorm possess all the powers of the original Black Lantern Firestorm, meaning he can transmute organics into whatever he wants. For Deathstorm, raising demons from ashes or turning an opponents blood into acid, is easier than thought.

23. Ultron


22. Black Hand

dc.wikia.com A deep fascination with death is always a worthy cause of alarm and in the case of Black Hand is an alarm best heeded. Since he was young William Hand always had a deep admiration for killing and death which manifested itself in the death of the family dog, many visits to the psychiatrist, and necrophiliac tendencies. He eventually ends up killing all of his family members and creates a super villain suit made out of a family member’s cadaver pouch. Eventually, Black Hand receives the black ring and is pronounced as the “embodiment of death” (after he kills himself and is reanimated mind you) which grants him incredible powers.

21. Venom

www.wallmay.net Originally an extraterrestrial being made up of a gooey ligquid like form, the symbiote fused with Eddie Brock (an enemy to Spiderman) to create the first Venom thus becoming Spider-Man’s dark, violent and murderous counterpart. With his hulking physique and monstrous, alien like mouth Venom has all of Spiderman’s powers and due to the fact that originally it fused with spiderman, the venom symbiote also shares Spiderman’s memories.

20. Mystique

identi.info Raven Darkholme’s a.k.a Mystique is a mutant with the incredible ability to shapeshift into whatever personality she wants (a good thing since her natural appearance includes blue skin and yellow eyes). Dubbed as one of the greatest female villains ever created; she is the mother of Nightcrawler and a foster mother to Rogue. Don’t let her looks fool you, she is estimated to be over 100 years old.

19. Major Force

atomic-sleepwalker.com The term “fallen from grace” definitely applies to this guy. Major Force was once a superhero who switched into a life of villainy. He is responsible for raping and killing an entire village, the demise of a the green lantern Arisia, and the demise of Green Lantern Kyle Rayner’s girlfriend (whom he stuffed in a refrigerator). When you add the ability to control matter to an already twisted mind, the world becomes a blank page upon which to exact disastrous and evil deeds.

18. Bullseye

listas.20minutos.es A psychopathic assassin, Bullseye uses the opportunities afforded by his line of work to exercise his homicidal tendencies and to work out his own personal vendetta against Daredevil. Bullseye is able to use almost any object as a lethal projectile, be it weapons like shuriken and sai or seemingly harmless objects like playing cards and pencils.

17. Brainiac

splashpage.mtv.com An extraterrestrial android, Brainiac is a principal foe of Superman, and is responsible for shrinking and stealing Kandor, the capital city of Superman’s home planet Krypton. Brainiac has a “12th-level intellect” which gives him incredible calculation abilities, enhanced memory and advanced understanding of mechanical engineering, bio-engineering, physics, and other theoretical and applied sciences, as well as extensive knowledge of various alien technologies.

16. Gorilla Grodd

theunplayables.com It’s hard to find someone who hates humanity more than Grodd as he believes the apes are the superior species. Gorilla Grodd is a hyper-intelligent telepathic gorilla with the power to control the minds of others. Grodd can also project telekinetic force beams, telekinetically transmute matter, and transfer his consciousness into other bodies. Powers that have helped him in his quest to destroy humanity (but obviously have not helped him enough)

15. Black Adam

comicwalls.blogspot.com Black Adam was a corrupted ancient Egyptian predecessor of Captain Marvel, who fought his way to modern times to challenge the hero and his DC Family associates. Black Adam possess all the powers of Captain Marvel, is immortal, he does not need to eat, sleep, or breathe and can survive unaided in space. Though currently reformed, Black Adam was known for his intolerance and hatred towards Captain Marvel.

14. General Zod

www.terrazero.com.br Stubborn, arrogant, and bent on ruling, general Zod is a militant kryptonian who finds himself on earth with the intention of ruling it. Like Superman, Zod benefits from the effects of the yellow granting him similar powers to Superman’s. However, seeing as zod was a brilliant military tactician trained in the art of war and battle, he tends to have an upper hand on Superman in a direct confrontation.

13. Loki

foros.cerolag.com The adopted brother to Thor, Loki is actually a member of the race of Frost Giants called Jotunheim. In spite of his lack of height (must be one of those recesive genes instances) Loki does posses Asgardian traits such as super strength, stamina, immunity to all known diseases and toxins, as well as some resistance to magic.
Loki is a genuise who posses high level of intellect and sorcery. Sadly, a deep hatred for Thor rules Lokis every thought which often times places earth in harms way.

12. Sinestro

www.picstopin.com Thaal Sinestro is the former mentor of Hal Jordan and the arch-nemesis of the entire Green Lantern Corps. Sinestro wields a yellow power ring, with which he can create yellow energy constructs, fly, create force fields, etc. Unlike the Green Lantern ring, the yellow ring is powered by the emotional energy of fear requiring the wearer to be an expert in inspiring and manipulating fear to use it.

11. Shredder

www.papaya.pe Oroku Saki, better known as The Shredder, is the arch enemy of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and their master Splinter. As the leader of the Foot Clan, he possesses cunning as well as ruthless intelligence, strategic leadership skills, Olympic-athletic skills and is a master of the art of Ninjutsu.

10. Parallax

www.nocreoqueseasreal.pe Heralded as the embodiment of fear, parallax is an ancient demonic entity that was once imprisoned within the Central Power Battery on the planet Oa, (this is the place from which all Green Lanterns derive their power). Parallax is so hardcore that he came close to completely wiping out the whole lantern core. Even the specter who is one of the most powerful beings in the DC universe has demonstrated fear against Parallax. When someone who is dead is driven to fear…that’s pretty hardcore.

9. Dark Phoenix

mlatimerridley.com You should always fear a women’s scorn a fact that cannot be any truer when it comes to Jean Grey as the Dark Phoenix. Possessing incredible amount of telepathy and telekinetic abilities, she can control matter at will. As the Dark Phoenix, Jean Gray is responsible for destruction of billions (yes billions) of lives when she destroyed an inhabited solar system by feeding on a nearby Dbri star, thus causing a supernova. Anyone who can destroy a whole entire solar system at will is definitely hardcore (do not make this gal angry).

8. Apocalypse

www.taringa.net An ancient mutant En Sabah Nur (better known as Apocalypse) was born in Egypt and possesses superhuman strength and stamina (however, the entire host of his powers are somewhat nebulous). He can also alter his size, is highly-resistant to injury and is immortal. His belief in the survival of the fittest has influenced his desire to alter the genetics of many willing and unwilling mutants such as the Archangel, Sinister, and even Forge in order to create elevated supermutants.

7. Red Skull

megatrip.blogspot.com A Nazi agent, red skull is the arch enemy to Captain America but does not posses any superhuman abilities. However, he has a brilliant, inventive and twisted mind which has aided him in his plots against Captain America. Red Skull is a ruthless, vengeful villain who will stop at nothing to accomplish his goals.

6. Doctor Doom

topstacks.wordpress.com Considered to be one of the most intelligent humans in the Marvel universe; Victor von Doom’s intellect is more than a match for the leader of the fantastic 4’s Reed Richards and has been one of the Fantastic Four’s consistent foes. He posses an array of mystical powers that range from energy projection to technopathic control over certain machines.

5. Galactus

wallippo.com Galactus considers himself a higher being than all non-abstracts, maintaining his existence by devouring planets that have the potential for supporting life. This has resulted in the elimination of entire extraterrestrial civilizations on numerous worlds. Galactus wields the Power Cosmic and can employ it to produce nearly any effect he desires, including the molecular restructuring and transmutation of matter, the teleportation of objects — even an entire galaxy — across space or time.

4. Darkseid

moviecomicswhoswho.wordpress.com Darkseid is one of the most powerful and evil characters in the DC universe. So evil in fact that in order to obtain the Omega Force, Darkseid killed his own brother. His ultimate goal is to eliminate all free will from the universe.

3. Lex Luthor

gerberbabycontest.net Luthor is one of the most dangerously intelligent men on the planet and has been described as a ‘power mad’ evil scientist, industrialist and a villain all rolled into one. What he lacks in superpowers he more than makes up in his cunning, advanced intellect which he uses to device and attempt ways by which he can destroy the man of steel.

2. Magneto

www.fortressofsolitude.co.za Arguably the most powerful mutant in the Marvel universe; Magneto is known as “The Master of Magnetism” for his ability to comprehensively control every form of magnetism and uses them to control and manipulate ferrous metals for different effects. He also has genius-level intellect and is an excellent strategist with a concrete grasp on various languages.

1. Joker

www.picstopin.com Serial killer + villain + dangerous madman dressing like a clown = the Joker. Aside from that, he’s often known as Batman’s greatest adversary, a deadly and very unpredictable physical combatant as well as a brilliant and ruthless criminal genius. While most villains have some sort of goal in mind (like world domination, respect, or power) what makes the Joker so supremely villainous is the fact that he has absolutely no motivation behind his mayhem save for a twisted and sadistic desire to “watch the world burn”.

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Let’s face it, bad guys have a lot more fun.

Which Marvel Villain Are You?

  1. You got: M.O.D.O.K.

    You’re extremely smart, but have major anger issues. That is understandable, since you are a giant mutated head with tiny arms and legs who flies around in a floating chair.

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  2. You got: Ultron

    You’re cold and calculating, and feel totally removed from humanity. This makes sense, since you are an unfathomably brilliant artificial intelligence in an indestructible metal body.

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  3. You got: The Kingpin

    You have a brilliant mind for business, but you’re far too greedy. You obsess on obstacles to your success, and are ruthless in pursuing vengeance against those you feel have wronged you.

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  4. You got: Venom

    You have a tendency to define yourself by your relationship to other people – a rival, a co-dependent partner, etc. This leads you to act out in destructive ways sometimes, especially if you feel jealous or rejected.

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  5. You got: Thanos

    You are extremely morbid and relentless in your pursuit of power. You are willing to do REALLY CRAZY THINGS to impress someone you have a crush on.

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  6. You got: Galactus

    You are a being of unfathomable hunger. Your appetite is so ravenous that you’d, like, eat an entire planet. You get REALLY CRANKY when you haven’t been fed.

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  7. You got: Green Goblin

    Your personality is very unpredictable, maybe even bipolar. You’re very smart and successful, but have a dark side that threatens to ruin everything you’ve achieved.

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  8. You got: Dr. Doom

    You have a major superiority complex, and go out of your way to surround yourself with people who affirm your delusions of grandeur. You care too much about what other people think of you, and tend to get really hung up on people you secretly suspect are better than you.

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  9. You got: Mystique

    You have very noble goals, but you’re very amoral when it comes to how you fight for what you believe in. You’re extremely deceptive, and may have fooled yourself into believing that you’re more heroic than you really are.

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  10. You got: Dark Phoenix

    You’re not a bad person, but have a tendency to make truly disastrous decisions when you lose your temper. You are extremely passionate about enacting progressive change, but your methods are perhaps a bit too radical.

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  11. You got: Magneto

    You’re a person with very ambiguous morality: You fight for an extremely noble cause, but are willing to do horrible things in the name of what is right. To some you’re a hero, and to others, you’re a monster.

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  12. You got: Loki

    You’re an amoral trickster, and you live to mess with people’s heads. Like most trolls, you like to cause chaos because you feel alienated and insecure.

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Somebody call Hollywood and make this happen.

A group of comic artists and illustrators are illustrating their favourite celebrities as gender-swapped comic book heroes and villains, and god damn if it isn’t the greatest thing.

The artists, who are sharing their work on Tumblr under #DCbend, include Ming Doyle, Erica Henderson, Jordan Gibson, Joe Quinones, and Lauren Moran.

1. Sigourney Weaver as Bruce Wayne/Batman, by Ming Doyle.

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2. Jennifer Connelly as Clark Kent/Superman, by Joe Quinones.

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3. Tilda Swinton as Mister Freeze, by Erica Henderson.

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4. Janelle Monáe as the Music Meister, by Jordan Gibson.

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5. Gerard Way as Raven, by Lauren Moran.

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6. David Bowie as Poison Ivy, by Erica Henderson.

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7. Rachel Weisz as Two-Face, by Joe Quinones.

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8. Jena Malone as The Flash, by Joe Quinones.

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9. Geena Davis as The Joker, by Ming Doyle.

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10. Aubrey Plaza as Damian Wayne/Robin, by Lauren Moran.

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11. Daniel Henney as Cassandra Cain, by Erica Henderson.

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12. Rooney Mara as Nightwing, by Stephen Morrow.

13. Gillian Anderson as Lex Luthor, by Ming Doyle.

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14. Joan Chen as Ra’s Al Ghul, by Erica Henderson.

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15. Lupito Nyong’o as Martian Manhunter, by Lauren Moran.

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16. Charlize Theron as Aquaman, by Jordan Gibson.

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17. Nicki Minaj as the Creeper, by Jordan Gibson.

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18. Helen Mirren as Commissioner James Gordon, by Jordan Gibson.

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Hey, if any bigtime producers are reading this, can you please make this happen? Thanks.

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