This indie comedy follows a group of henchmen (henchpeople?) who find themselves unemployed after their villainous boss dies. Tired of scraping along the bottom, they decide to stand up and become villains. The cast and crew include members of the JK! Studios team, along with comedy legend Colin Mochrie. Help fund its distribution on Kickstarter.
Author Jon Morris wrote this series of comic book history books, including silly superheroes like Doctor Hormone, freakish villains like Animal-Vegetable-Mineral Man, and stupid sidekicks like Frosting the Bear. The books are packed with vintage art, backstories on the characters, and amusing commentary.
Except for Ant-Man, most Marvel characters appear in a consistent size. Global Data put together this neat 3D infographic to help understand the relative sizes of Marvel’s superheroes and villains to show us just how much bigger Galactus and Living Tribunal are than everyone else.
From the poison brick-slinging Brickbat to The Horrible Hand, author Jon Morris’ humorous reference book catalogs some of the weirdest and worst supervillains in the history of comic books. Can’t get enough? Round out your bookshelf with some equally unfortunate superheroes and their half-baked sidekicks.
From his earliest comic book days to incarnations brought to life by Jack Nicholson, Heath Ledger, Joaquin Phoenix, Mark Hamill, and Adam West, The Joker is one of the greatest supervillains in history. Warner Bros. interviewed filmmakers, authors, and actors to talk about what makes The Clown Prince of Crime tick.
After the trainwreck that was David Ayer’s Suicide Squad, DC attempts to hit the reset switch by putting Guardians of the Galaxy writer/director James Gunn at the helm. This time, our ragtag crew of antiheroes works their evil version or good, or is it good version of evil in an action-packed 1970s war movie. Time for roll call.
After wowing us with their Super Hero Bowl and Super Villain Bowl, Joe and Rita of ArtSpear Entertainment are back with their most epic assembly of characters yet, as Good and Evil must team up to battle an even more terrifying force, known as OSCAR. And this golden guy eats Infinity Stones as a snack.
Movies often make villains straight-up evil, or have a thinly-explained motives. Lessons from the Screnplay explores how Black Panther’s baddie Eric Killmonger’s motivations are much more relatable than most, creating a well-rounded and compelling character.