- The costumes. I understand why the superheroes where costumes with tights, masks, and the cape. To protect their identity and to protect the ones they love. But do the villains really need the costume? Most of them have no secret identity and are villains 24/7. And most of them have no loved ones. Villains are loved by no one. So why do they need costumes? Maybe it makes them noticeable. Because if someone was blowing up a city in regular clothes, because that would just look weird.
- The supervillains can do something that's a threat to everyone around them, and yet everyone just stands there and stares. No one tries to stop them. "What's he doing, well I need to stop him but I just wanna see what he's pulling out of the bag...Oh no, it's a gun!".
- It seems that all supervillains when they come face to face with the hero give a speech. A long and usually rather boring speech about every tiny detail about their evil plan. And who do they tell this to? The only person that can stop them of course, the superhero. And the whole time the superhero just watches them. Not shooting or attacking in any way, shape or form
- Do all supervillains go to a secret meeting to discuss the one thing that all supervillains have/need? Or do they spend hours in front of the mirror perfecting it? Yes I'm talking about the evil laugh. The famous evil laugh that nearly all supervillains in existence have to have or some form of one. They can't just laugh like a regular person. Or maybe they can't help it. Maybe they were born with it. Yeah that could be it. Their first laugh is just an evil little baby laugh. That's how the parents know what the baby will be when it grows up.
Saturday, July 26, 2008
Sometimes they seem really stupid.