From minor villains like Firefly to Season 3?s main antagonist Ra?s al Ghul, Arrow has included several minor and major Batman players during the last three seasons. Now it?s possible that one infamous Batman character from recent years will be introduced later this season to take on Oliver QueenClick To Continue Reading
As those of you who caught the Star Wars Rebels finale knows by now, Ezra, Kanan and the rest of the elusive crew of the Ghost may collectively let out a cheesy scream of ?nooooo? when they realize who the Empire has just appointed to handle them: Darth freaking Vader. And frankly, the timing couldn?t be more perfect.Click To Continue Reading
“This is the most disturbing thing I’ve seen in ages.” What on earth had judge Ve Neill gushing that praise? It came from one contestant’s creepy horror villain created for the latest Spotlight Challenge on Face Off. But these weren’t just any new horror villains. Oh, no. These were vile villains with style. Check out […]
A major villain is rumored to be arriving in the 'Arrow' Season 3 finale, and it might just be son of the Dark Knight Damian Wayne. [...]
It's another two weeks before a new "Arrow" episode airs, but that doesn't mean there isn't stuff to talk about surrounding the CW series.
The vocations of heroes and villains.
Both individually and as a unit, the members of The Avengers have faced down many terrifying threats thrown at them â?? but this summer will see them square off against an enemy unlike any they've ever come across. The Age of UltronShow More Summary
Frieza shows off a new form in latest movie trailer.
Supergirl may have a new threat coming her way. Jeremy Jordan (The Last Five Years) has just been cast on the CBS series as Winslow “Winn” Schott, a tech guy who works with Kara in her civilian life. Which sounds totally innocuous unless...Show More Summary
Tonight on "Face Off" on Syfy - "Dressed to Kill." The contestants must design a stylish horror villain and the special guest is Clive Barker!
The iconic villain returns in the new trailer for the Toei Animation film, which also includes a cameo by Akira Toriyama's Jaco the Galactic Patrolman.
There's a new Dragon Ball movie coming out. Dubbed Dragon Ball Z: The Resurrection of F, the movie features the return of Dragon Ball's greatest villain, Frieza. A new trailer reveals the character's new form—something that is dividing Dragon Ball fans. Read more...
Do you let your villains make mistakes? Whenever I design an adventure I often create flawed villains with exploitable weaknesses. This way, I have something for an inquisitive player character to uncover and use against her, or I have a few flawed personality traits that I can work into her encounter with the PCs. Show More Summary
Ahead of a one-month break, "Gotham" delivers two bad guys with long term potential and hateful, horrific methodology.
It’s kind of remarkable what Gotham can do when it cans its case-of-the-week villains and doesn’t engage too heavily with the Batman canon. “Everyone Has A Cobblepot” still boasts many of the show’s worst qualities: an obtrusive score, a lack of logic, and misguided attempts at cartoonish comedy. Show More Summary
Yet another known DC character has been cast in CBS' "Supergirl." Jeremy Jordan will guest star as Winslow "Winn" Schott, aka the man who one day will be villain Toyman. Find out more information about his character on the series below.RELATED:...Show More Summary
I finally got a chance to see Whiplash, starring Miles Teller and J.K. Simmons and directed by Damien Chazelle. I wanted to see this movie from the first time I saw the trailer months ago, but never got around to it. J.K. Simmons won...Show More Summary
It's been a while since a villain's name has been too deep of a cut for me to guess, but I'll readily admit that I never heard of the Alessi Bros before I had to google them for this episode. If you're as confused as I was, then maybe this music video will jog your memory some... Show More Summary
Next summer, Warner Bros. is releasing anticipated antihero film "Suicide Squad." The movie, based on the comic book series of the same name, follows a group of anti-heroes and villains who work for the government. One of the most exciting parts of "Suicide Squad" is that the movie will re-introduce audiences to Batman nemesis the Joker. Show More Summary
The actor opens up to CBR on Penguin's quest for power, the thrill of interacting with other future Batman villains and those trademark trick umbrellas.