big bad knight

I’m still on my giant webcomic binge and I read the webcomic Cucumber Quest and even though it started out a little slow for me I’ve gotten incredibly attached to two specific characters, the big bad Nightmare Knight himself and this here little henchmen extraordinaire 

Her name is Peridot (but the “t” is silent so it’s pronounced “Peri-doh”) and she’s tiny and adorable and gay and just a little bit evil and she’s great and I love her

Signs as Villain Archtypes
  • Aries: Warlord, Blood Knight, The Vengeful Spirit
  • Taurus: The Dragon, loyal lieutenant to the Big Bad, evil knight
  • Gemini: The Trickster, chaotic evil, The Devil
  • Cancer: The Over-Controlling Matriarch, Big Brother, The Vengeful Spirit
  • Leo: The Tyrant, Noble Demon
  • Virgo: The Dragon, loyal lieutenant to the Big Bad, killer accountant
  • Libra: Well intentioned extremist, corrupt socialite/politician, charismatic evil, Yandere
  • Scorpio: Femme Fatale, Yandere, doing this for love
  • Sagittarius: Well intentioned extremist, terrorist/revolutionary
  • Capricorn: The evil business man/politician, corrupted by ambition
  • Aquarius: Well intentioned extremist, visionary leader/commander, treacherous counsellor
  • Pisces: Villain of circumstances, co-operating with the Big Bad to protect their loved ones

mirrorfalls  asked:

IMO, I think Scarecrow's become underutilized these days because his thing has been almost completely swallowed by the Joker (it's pretty telling how they used him as a substitute Big Bad in Arkham Knight). Every time Batman thinks about His Worst Nightmares, it's always things *Joker* has done to him and his friends. How can Johnny-boy hope to compete?

Fair enough, but I just see that as poor underuse from a writing perspective of the writers of the comics and adaptations. No one seems interested in exploring the potential of the Scarecrow on his own.

(By the way I have lots more commentary on that big Batman movies analysis post. That was just the first one I had.)

I look forward to it!