Top 5 Super Villains seen in modern movies

What makes a superhero movie the best it can be? That’s right, a badass super villain. Here are the top 5 super villains that have appeared in modern superhero movies:

The Joker


Batman’s arch enemy, the Joker is a “mad dog” with nothing to lose, who stands for no moral values, and whose only goal is to bring chaos to Gotham. His appearance in The Dark Knight made the fans love him even more than Batman himself.

“Do I look like a guy with a plan?”


ImageThe Yin to Professor X’s Yang. Magneto sees the human race as inferior to mutants, and his goal is to overpower them and put them in their rightful place. One of the best super villains of all time, this guy deserves his own movie.

“There will be no war, today, X-Men. Today, we are all brothers. “


ImageThor’s “adopted” brother. The God of Mischief in Norse mythology. He’s been fantastic in Thor and The Avengers. The bad guy that everyone loves, we sure hope he’ll appear in more Marvel movies after Thor: The Dark World.

“ I am Loki, of Asgard. And I am burdened with glorious purpose. “


ImageOne of the baddest badasses in super villains history. The makers of 2007’s Spider Man 3 didn’t give him the role nor the time he deserved on screen, but anyone who’s read the comics will know how awesome Venom is. Let’s hope for a movie!



ImageHere to fulfill Ra’s Al Ghul’s destiny, his role in The Dark Knight Rises was the best role to fit this guy’s character (way better than Batman & Robin anyway). A morphine addict, a dangerous fighter, and a good leader. Definitely one of the best villains in modern movies.

“Gotham, take control… take control of your city. Behold, the instrument of your liberation!”


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