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Old 07-01-2008, 01:55 AM   #796
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Did someone say villain?

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Spider-man, Fantastic Four, Iron Man, the X-Men and so on had much more quality villians.
I could agree with you on Spidey, but the others don't match up, in my opinion. Batman's villains are just more fleshed out characters than the others, I feel.
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Ra's al Ghul, Scarecrow, and Falcone and his mob were all new to any Batman film, I think some people forget that. The next one's gonna have Scarecrow for a bit, The Joker, and Two-Face; I also read that the third one may have The Riddler or Catwoman. I have no qualms with any of that, if the next one's good.

Right, the villains in Marvel Comics travel more freely between characters, too. Superman has Lex Luthor and Zod... maybe Braniac and Darkseid, that's about it. I can't think of anymore DC guys.

I hope this epic Spidey 4/5 combo sets up The Sinister Six or something.
I hope this Batman series brings a lot of unknown villians out of the woodwork. The X-Men films did the worst job of that.

I'd love to see the Sinister Six. I love Mysterio and Shocker. I'd also love to see Carnage though that would probably warrant a hard R rating to really work.
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You know LMP of all the villians I'd love to see in a Batman film, Clayface has to be at the top of the list. He was so badass in the 90's animated series when I was a kid and fell in love with the character.
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I hope this Batman series brings a lot of unknown villians out of the woodwork. The X-Men films did the worst job of that.

I'd love to see the Sinister Six. I love Mysterio and Shocker. I'd also love to see Carnage though that would probably warrant a hard R rating to really work.
Realistically though, who else could show up? Man-Bat? Killer Croc? Poison Ivy? Hell, Christopher Nolan once said The Penguin might not even fit in his series. The motherfuckin' Penguin.

Clayface would be cool, but I doubt he'd show up in this series.
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Clayface was awesome.

What about Jervis Tetch aka The Mad Hatter?

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Clayface was awesome.

What about Jervis Tetch aka The Mad Hatter?

Oooh, forgot about him.
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Clayface was awesome.

What about Jervis Tetch aka The Mad Hatter?

The Riddler and Mad Hatter together with David Lynch directing.
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Clayface was awesome.

What about Jervis Tetch aka The Mad Hatter?

He always bothered the shit out of me. That's like wondering why Egghead wasn't in a movie:



Egghead!

David Lynch has already proved he can't direct a major "franchise" level film. His "creativity" would overshadow the character, like Tim Burton.
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It does seem like, with the way Nolan is going, that the Riddler or Catwoman would be the best bet for the next one.

But there are just so many to choose from.
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Hahah Egghead!!! I remember him.

Bustin out the old school Adam West villains! Nice

There was also a guy named King Tut on that old show. And also some dude who used flowers as weapons. Louie the Lilac or somethin...
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