dandydoll said:

A super villain without a super villain laugh

needs a little work

Reminder that there is a canonical Marvel comics character called the Elf With A Gun who was literally just an elf with a gun who would appear randomly out of nowhere to shoot people for no particular reason.

He was created by the same guy who created Howard The Duck and was meant to symbolize the inherent chaos in the universe. He really needs to appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe one of these days…


iiinnnttteeerrrnnneeettt submitted:

Hey, if you’re still doing suggestions, how about a man who’s just really nice, but has a super villain laugh.

he’s just full of life, loves to laugh


With the new year lurking just around the corner like a vampire awaiting their invitation to enter, we wish to remind you that every night – every moment – is the perfect time to:

  1. Choose evil. You needn’t be rude or cruel (we advocate against both). You don’t need a tragic back story. You will start noticing your wardrobe selections improving. You might even start seeing ghosts and phantoms, wonderful omens, and all manner of doomery! You’ll start shifting words such as “doom” into “doomery”!
  2. Say hello to the moon.
  3. Write more notes and letters. As complex as “Here is my theories on STAR MOVIE that I just saw” or as simple as “I am thinking of you at 1:59 AM on an idle Wednesday morning.”
  4. Drink more water. Consider it mermaid training.
  5. Check on your potions. Let them simmer too long and they’ll become sentient. And they do not wash the cauldrons when they get up, steal half of your gear, and make off to foreign lands I haven’t forgiven you yet Slorp the Purple Levitation Potion I know you read this blog and I will find you yet.

Killer Croc (Waylon Jones)   //  DC Comics

Killer Croc’s backstory explains that he was born with a condition resembling epidermolytic hyperkeratosis, a disfiguring skin disorder. However, it is actually a form of regressive atavism, meaning that he has inherited traits of ancestral species of the human race such as reptiles. This condition has been augmented by the presence of a metagene. Consequently, he has several extraordinary physical abilities relating to his endurance, strength, and speed making him to lift up to level of 20 tons with all his force. 

His skin is hardened to the degree that it is nearly impenetrable to ordinary forms of abrasion including high caliber weapons fired from a distance. He possesses a degree of super strength; for example, he was able to tear a bank vault door off of its hinges with minimal effort. 

He has demonstrated regenerative powers allowing him to heal and restore lost limbs and teeth. He possesses superhuman reflexes and speed, especially while he is moving underwater. Killer Croc also has an enhanced sense of smell. Once he has become familiar with a person’s scent he can track them from miles away.  (X)

Killer Croc enjoys French literature, and appears to be fluent in the language.

♦ Harley Quinn! ♦

A little late, but Happy Halloween everyone! I was planning to do a Halloween themed version of Harley Quinn, but really couldn’t find anything I wanted to do enough to make it work - and so I came back to this idea I had earlier of drawing Harley in a more classic kind of pin-up style.

Hope you like it!
(hi-res 1440x1920 version here)

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Overly self-conscious supervillain


Note: This typing is based on my own personal interpretation, not by stated birthdays. Some characters are repeated under other signs because I have yet to definitively type them. The V denotes a Villain, the S a Superhero, and AH an antihero.
Ajax (V)
Doctor Doom (V)
Hulk (S)
Red Skull (V)
War Machine (S)
Wonder Woman (S)

Angel Dust (V)
Colossus (S)
Cyborg (S)
Falcon (S)
Green Lantern (S)
Wolverine (S)

Ant-Man (S)
Beast Boy (S)
Deadpool (AH)
Loki (V)
Star Lord (S)
Two-Face (V)

Captain America (S)
Groot (S)
Hawkeye (S)
Hulk (S)
Scarlet Witch (S)

Catwoman (AH)
Human Torch (S)
Iron Man (S)
Quicksilver (S)
Thor (S)
Wasp (S)

Captain America (S)
Invisible Woman (S)
Mister Fantastic (S)
Mystique (S)
Winter Soldier (AH)

Captain America (S)
Captain Britain (S)
Catwoman (AH)
Superwoman (S)
Thor (S)

Batman (S)
Black Widow (S)
Black Panther (S)
Jessica Jones (S)
Negasonic Teenage Warhead (S)
Raven (S)

Daredevil (S)
Deadpool (AH)
Poison Ivy (V)
Yellowjacket (V)

Captain Marvel (S)
Nick Fury (S)
Robin (S)
Superman (S)
Ultron (V)

Deadpool (AH)
Doctor Strange (S)
Joker (V)
Rocket Raccoon (S)
Starfire (S)
Vision (S)

Bruce Banner (S)
Copycat (S)
Harley Quinn (V)
Spider-Man (S)


Nightshade (Tilda Johnson)  //  Marvel Comics

Nightshade is a biochemist with a strong interest in lycanthropy. She uses potions, manipulation and seduction as a means to get her own way and if that doesn’t work she also has an army of wolves ready to tear you apart.

Nightshade is a brilliant scientist and has displayed expertise in the fields of biochemistry, genetics, cybernetics, robotics and physics. She is a proficient unarmed combatant, having been extensively trained in martial arts and acrobatics during her time with the Femizons, and is known to use her beauty and personality to cause others to underestimate her. (X)

Created by Steve Englehart and Alan Weiss

1st appearance Captain America #164 - Queen of the Werewolves (1973)

A call to lonely beasts and other things

No ghost need be alone, all they need do is look to the moon and let out the summoning tone.

No wicked thing need be silent here, no unknowable horror itself need to know the feelings of fear.

No monster under any bed need depart at sunrise with no place to go, we offer solace to all those who lurk in the netherworld Down Below.

Every black heart is a home to things that go bump in the night. So defend your black heart with all your might.