And that is why I never watch any of Tim Burton's movies<< This is why I DO watch Tim Burton's movies

The Best Animated Villain

Her face fucked me up as a kid<<< this movie scared the crap out of me when I was like Scariest movie ever.

Gaston is an incredible villain for this very reason: he's realistic. Some of the greatest threats in history were normal people who were persuasive, and knew how to take advantage of people's fears

Gaston is the scariest Disney villain, because he was an ordinary man that caused a whole town to riot against misunderstood outcasts. He controlled the masses with words alone. Almost everyone knows a Gaston in real life.

The villain wrangler

The villain wrangler, read this post! <<<< I love this with every fiber of my being, this is beautiful and I now need someone to make it a show, or movie, or a book! I would read/watch the hell out of something like this!

YES and the villain starts committing crimes to get the hero to come and stop them. I really like this idea

YES and the villain starts committing crimes to get the hero to come and stop them. I really like this idea>>> came up under JayTim, but it screams SpideyPool.

legionofpotatoes:  “The Orphan King” by Lazare Gvimradze  Finally calling this one done. Went through at least half a dozen coloring variations; really wanted the ornate stuff to stick out. Did a bit of wakandian research to boot! Words cannot describe how much I adore his MCU incarnation, all the beautiful design work on his armor, everything about him. Black Panther looks incredible. Can’t wait for the film. Prints/tees up!

legionofpotatoes: ““The Orphan King” by Lazare GvimradzeFinally calling this one done. Went through at least half a dozen coloring variations; really wanted the ornate stuff to stick out. Did a bit of wakandian research to boot!

Incorrect Star Wars Quotes

no, this a "How I met your mother quote" Ted to robin and Barney when they were dating, in that episode where they said they have never fought!

Your villain plays the most important role in your story. Yep, more important than your hero.  That means you must go beyond the cliches when developing your villain, because generic platitudes such as maniacal laughter, minions and monologues are standard issue.  But don’t panic if your villain possesses these stock traits. Even the most celebrated villains are littered with cliches. Look no further than Lord Voldemort from the Harry Potter series and The Joker from The Dark Knight.

How to Create a Remarkable Villain (Beyond the Clichés!)

Your villain plays the most important role in your story. Yep, more important than your hero. That means you must go beyond the cliches when developing your villain, because generic platitudes such as maniacal laughter, minions and monologues are standar

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