Flabbergast: Endgame continues!
Brian Bannen reviews Avengers vs. X-Men #4, Batwoman #9 and Dancer #1 in this week’s edition of Last Week’s Comics.
In a world of corrupt corporations and crappy jobs, Michael Edwards wants to cut to the chase and join up with a super criminal syndicate. At least they have ray guns.
Ken Lucas lists some of the best villains ever to be plasticized.
The Avengers may have a Hulk, but villains like Loki have style, heart and pathos. So stick it, Stark! Ethan Sacks talks to big-screen supervillains Tom Hiddleston and Mark Strong (Sinestro) about their real lives as nice guys.
Brendan Keogh is about to enter a world of Good, Evil and Head-Punching-Off.
Erik Weinbrecht is pretty sure that not all villains are all that bad. Let’s see who deserves to get cut some slack.
Stu Horvath introduces Villains Week with a call to honor our inner bad guy.
Jeff Dunn takes some verbal Call of Duty abuse from a 10-year-old and begins to question his sense of being.
Stu Horvath saw Epic Games’ Unreal Engine 4 and wrote about it for Wired.