In his defense, it is really stupid.
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If it has anything to with anything giant-sized then it is REDUNDANT.
If you think it’s stupid, why are you doing it?
Because he’s stupid.
Isn’t the villian the guys who got his costume from the doctor?
It’s… sigh. Whatever.
@Daywalker27 Ya know, I think you’re right. It Looks like him anyway.
I still don’t get why they’d just go, “Oh well, if the Doc says I should run around in colorful Fruit of the Loom, then it’s perfectly sensible and sane!” Dare to be different… Go Without a costume and mug the neighbor’s pomeranian! Be the first “Super Normal Man” ever. Or go naked… Be the first “Super Evil Naughty Bits”… Wait that’s that Distractella or whatever is already isn’t it. Though she uses stickers and body paint so I don’t know if that would count…
What is stupid is telling the plans to your foe, don’t super-evil guys have cats? Or at least minions?! – but, sure, usually cats are smarter.
And yeah, giant-sized stuff is always redundant – good catch, James.
I could never understand the wasted time it takes for a supervillian toi monolague their evil plans. They’ve spent all this time trying to caupture Super(fill-in-the-blank), only to give them the added minutes they need to escape by blabbing on and on and on… Here’s how it SHOULD go:
VIllian: AT LAST! I have you!!!
SUperhero: Blast you ! You’ll never get away…
>BLAM< (villian shots hero dead).
Villian: (turns to minions): Well, now that is out of the way, who wants to help me take over the world?
Aye, but if the super villains win, you see, what occurs then is most embarrassing, they become the good guys. As such, there has become a much more sensible design in the latest super villain’s guild, that dictates that they -have- to let the Hero win, and in exchange, they get a small stipend of taxes every year, in addition to marketing privileges on their own dialogue. This is why every villain makes sure to include some reference to Coca Cola (TM) mid-speech. Go ahead, watch every villain speech ever, you’ll see it. Oh, you don’t? They really snuck it in there.
Hmm, the guy at the doctor’s office got a purple-and-yellow outfit, this must be someone else.
Oh sure NOW the hero’s want to hear our grand schemes EH?
Well not THIS time MISTER! >:(
Or maybe a BIT of monologuing wouldn’t hu… Okay there! He just escaped cuz the “Insta kill” button didn’ get pressed in time. :P
In one edition of Marvel RPG all characters (even villains) lost xp for killing. Super villains could get around this by placing the hero in a death trap and giving them a chance to escape. That always amused me.
I believe the whole ‘they become good’ thing was experimented with in the film “Megamind.”
i recently found the “evil overlord’s list” website (http://www.eviloverlord.com/lists/overlord.html)…#7 on the list seems appropriate here.
*gasp* It’s Passive Aggressive Man! The greatest villain of the 21st century.
*gasp* It’s Passive Aggressive Man! The greatest villain of the 21st century!
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