>>100014331>Whose your favorite?
Lex Luthor.>Least favorite?
Doomsday, easily. He gets so much hype for LE BEING THE ONE WHO KILLED SUPERMAN XD but he's so fucking boring. He literally has no real personality whatsoever. I don't know why DC keeps on forcing him, when there's not much you can do with him in his current form. >Who do you think is underrated and deserving of a modern day take?
Motherfucking Toyman. He's always been cool as fuck, and he's had a few different versions that were wonderfully creepy, like the DCAU version or the Alex Ross JUSTICE version. I love him a lot, in part because there's this great juxtaposition of some takes on him being visually bright and colorful, even toylike, which I think is very thematically fitting for Superman, but underneath that facade is a very disturbing and unsettling man. I think with video games being so huge nowadays, what with them almost being the "new toy," there's even more that they could do with him now, not just twisted takes on traditional toys. He has a lot of potential to be a really fun villain. Plus his ability as a mad scientist is underutilized imo. They should do way more crazy shit with him. >Got any ideas of villains of your own?
A few, but I don't want to share them on /co/, in the offhand chance that I get to actually become a comic book writer one day.>BONUS: villains who I think are underutilized or used wrongly
Bizarro and the evil Kryptonians, including General Zod. There's a lot of potential there for cool stories, but all anyone wants to do for the latter is the typical, "Zod trying to kill Superman and take over the Earth," kinda thing. I get that it's hard to come up with something more original than that, but it's doable. Plus, no one wants to tackle them like an MGS miniboss squad, like I've always wanted to.
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