Superboy Prime spent time in forums, complaining about DC comics, and he was known for his epic hissy-fits during battle.

AFI's 100 Years... 100 Heroes & Villains is a list of the one hundred greatest screen characters (fifty each in the hero and villain categories) as chosen by the American Film Institute in June 2003.

Try another? Powell's unnerving knuckle tattoos—one for love, one for hate—were paid homage by Spike Lee in Do the Right Thing.—Joshua Rothkopf, It says something that, even in light of the atrocious prequels and George Lucas's incessant tweaks to the first three films, we easily agreed our top villain had to be Star Wars' helmet-and-cloak-clad Sith lord.

Who can forget her chilling "Mirror, mirror" freak-out or her hideous black-cloak--and-warts disguise (arm outstretched with the tempting poisoned apple)? Then you find out what's hiding behind that reptilian grin, and out comes his true self: Cross exemplifies not just free-market capitalism run amok but the bone-deep corruption of a nation built by evil men.—David Fear, One, two, Freddy's coming for you.... Robert Englund's razor-fingered adversary wasn't always a wisecracking slasher: In his first appearance, he was a petrifying bogeyman who, with that ratty red sweater and fire-scarred face, made more of a searingly visual than verbal impression.—Keith Uhlich, Angela Lansbury is scarily perfect in John Frankenheimer's Cold War classic as the senator's-wife-cum-communist-plant who uses hypnotic suggestion to make her sleeper-agent son carry out everything from breakups to assassinations.

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Mercy and honor are mere playthings to him, as he firmly tells Daniel-san's opponent to "sweep the leg." He exemplifies gross-out comedy's golden rule: The more smug you are, the more likely you'll be vomited upon.—David Fear, Watch now on iTunes    Watch now at Amazon Instant Video, Fine, so he might not be all the way up there in the pantheon of evil, but this character definitely haunted our nightmares. And across the way, two more observers know that Lars (an unusually subtle Raymond Burr) is up to far more than offing pets.

The violence he's capable of is shocking enough (that cheek bite! Malone was an ex-wrestler who had a prosthetic arm.

He's quickly coming up on 80 years old and during that time, he's had some memorable and terrifying villains like … Prices listed are suggested values only. ": With all due respect to Ernst Blofeld, Rosa Klebb and Jaws, the Bond villain we most love to hate is the man with the Midas touch.

She's also immortal and technically a god, but those are terms that get tossed around a lot in comics. His power was he could double in size, dwarfing Superman in a fight. Cloudflare Ray ID: 5e482a9058300990 • Eliot aloud or decapitating soldiers, this military madman truly communicates the horror of Vietnam.—David Fear, He sits in his darkened apartment, smoking a cigarette. Obsessed with travel? And the award for best casting goes to... Get all the best moments in pop culture & entertainment delivered to your inbox. (The closing credits call him only "The Shape.") If you are at an office or shared network, you can ask the network administrator to run a scan across the network looking for misconfigured or infected devices. And Hopkins wisely emphasizes Lecter's dominating intellect; this is a man who gets a rush rooting around in people's heads—when he's not eating their brains, that is.—David Fear, At first, heroic Hollywood icon Henry Fonda didn't want to take the villainous starring role in Sergio Leone's breathtaking spaghetti Western. By entering your email address you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy and consent to receive emails from Time Out about news, events, offers and partner promotions.

Reporting on what you care about. He couldn't go toe-to-toe with Superman. He'll steal your hobby-related items and laugh in your face about it, all while looking like a young Vincent Price. Gekko's philosophy—"Greed...is good"—summed up the get-rich '80s to a tee; his idolization by a generation of white-collar alpha males suggests Douglas may have played this villain too well.—David Fear, John Huston's decrepit patriarch could be mistaken for just another 20th-century opportunist hell-bent on owning "the future, Mr. An odd game of Hero vs Villains. Obviously, this villain was no match for Superman. Stanley Kubrick gives his barking ball-buster the best lines, but don't let the inventive obscenities fool you: Hartman is the military's dehumanization process made manifest.—David Fear, Forget Sauron, that giant spider and those butch-beastly Orcs; the most memorable (and ickiest) bad guy in Tolkien's epic saga is the feral, fallen creature willing to do anything to possess his preciousss.