- n. Plural form of villain.
“Led by police officer, Rick Grimes, The Walking Dead survivors travel in nomadic fashion to find a safe haven from the title villains, the walking dead.”
“As for the troll who brought up the show 24, I’d like to say that one of the main villains is President Logan who has many similarities to Bush.”
“There was also a cadre of villains from the previous 12 issues forming a pact to take Chance down.”
“A 'twilight of the superheroes'-style story that examines super-villains from the writer of KINGDOM COME and EMPIRE!”
“After the dust has settled, no one's quite sure what happened (or how), but heroes and villains from the Flash to the Bug-Eyed Bandit are dead.”
“I hated that they changed the origins of certain villains while others don't appear at all.”
“Now kids and collectors can pit Black-Suited Spider-Man from Spider-Man 3 against Puma, Carnage and a number of the other most infamous villains from the history of the Spider-Man saga.”
“The premise is high concept in a way: What would it be like if the heroes and villains from the Marvel universe existed during the time of the Spanish Inquisition?”
“Possibly one of the most recognized Bond villains, is Odd Job, played by Hawaiian actor, Harold Sakata.”
“For me, one of the evilest villains is Vadim Maur.”
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