I feel like thats what leads you to becoming a super villian.
@GunLovingMerican, dew it
@GunLovingMerican, Super Villains are the most motivated people ever. Nothing stops them. One week they have their 50 foot tall robot giant destroyed while attacking downtown by some pesky hero and the next week they're already back to work on a death ray to blow up the moon. So don't be a super hero, be a super villain!
@Good Guy Satan, thanks Satan *wipes away tears*
@Good Guy Satan, #bestcomments
@GunLovingMerican, just who the hell do you think I am?
@Good Guy Satan, *doofenshmirks evil incorporated jingle*
@Good Guy Satan, if I was a super villain, the good guys would be completely fücked. If I had the resources and intelligence of Lex Luther or the power of Thanos, I’d put every one of those heroes in the ground, the moment I chose to.
The heroes of comics are fortunate that their enemies are always either brilliant or bloodthirsty, but are never both.
@I Are Lebo, I have a theory on that but I'll get in on that later...
@Good Guy Satan, the reasoning seems pretty simple to me. If the bad guys were smart about being bad guys, the heroes would lose and the story wouldn’t sell.
The only instance I can think of where the villain acted like a proper villain is in the Watchmen. The ending of that story is the type of thing I would go for as a super villain.
Surprisingly motivational. *slowly rolls over* Yep. Working already.
Im at this point
The absurd philosophy. I love it
Wow this speaks to me on a spiritual level