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#1 Posted by DRDOOM28 (101 posts) - - Show Bio
@Decoy Elite: That's an area of comics I'm completely ignorant of
#2 Posted by DRDOOM28 (101 posts) - - Show Bio
@AMS:Well, not just any schmuck can be a Green Lantern so he must have decent willpower at least.  How powerful a hypnotist, like Sauron or Mesmero? 
#3 Posted by DRDOOM28 (101 posts) - - Show Bio
@AMS: I'm not too familiar with him.  He's an enemy of the LOH, father of one their members, and a hypnotist(?).  That's the extent of my knowledge.
#4 Posted by DRDOOM28 (101 posts) - - Show Bio
@adamwarner42: Agreed.  Titania is probably one of Marvel's better female villains and definitely deserves more exposure.
#5 Posted by DRDOOM28 (101 posts) - - Show Bio
@Decoy Elite: I've seen the Spot in action  and your right.  If the guy ever got his act together he could be a lot more dangerous.
#6 Posted by DRDOOM28 (101 posts) - - Show Bio

In honor of Hugo Strange's arrival in the mainstream (Arkham City trailer), I'm going to make a new list for villains who, while not well known, are still highly dangerous.  This list will focus on DC and Marvel as I know little about the independents.  Also, I don't want this to be strictly my opinion, but I also want suggestions from the community.  Let me know what obscure but badass villain or villainess you think deserves more exposure in comics, video games, or movies.  I won't start the list until a fair amount of suggestions are made, but there is no hurry.  

#7 Posted by DRDOOM28 (101 posts) - - Show Bio

You guys sure it's Christopher Lee and not the guy who voices Count Dooku on the Clone Wars? 

#8 Posted by DRDOOM28 (101 posts) - - Show Bio

Even when he first came on the scene he made an impression.  He kidnaps Ares' son, brainwashes him, conquers Olympus, and kills Zeus, arguably Marvel's second most prominent Skyfather after Odin.  I became a fan when he was simply believed to be the Japanese god of evil, but now his attack on Olympus seems pretty damn minor in comparison to what he's doing now.  I admit I'm having a hard time comprehending just how powerful he's become and what he's accomplished.  Not since Thanos obtained the Infinity Gauntlet has someone so thoroughly threatened the Marvel Universe.  Pretty impressive for a character who's been around less than five years. 

#9 Posted by DRDOOM28 (101 posts) - - Show Bio

I know he's slugged it out with the Hulk, but that doesn't really explain how strong he is considering how strong the Hulk can get.  Is there anybody he's roughly as strong as? Thing? Abomination? What level of power is he in?

#10 Posted by DRDOOM28 (101 posts) - - Show Bio

You'd think with powers like that he'd be more prominent than he is. Classic example of villain potential squandered by writers.