The First Annual Villains (Part Two)

Welcome back to the First Ever Not-Actually-Annual Villains Awards!

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Last week we announced the winners of 9 of the categories. Let’s refresh our minds on what those categories are.

Best Apparel, Best Comeback, Best Disguise, Best Running, Best Brilliant Villain, Best Comedic Villain, Best Female Villain, Best Non-Human Villain, Best Protagonist-Turned-Villain, Best Villain Sidekick, Best World Domination Attempt, Most Adorable, Most Evil, Most Glorious, Most Professional, Most Resilient, Most Tragic, and The Just-Because Villain.

From Harry Osborn to Aldrich Killian to the Indominus Rex, last week’s awards were smashing and astonishing. Today we’re back to bring to you the conclusion of the Villains Awards. Without further ado, we present to you…

10. Best Villain Sidekick


Eric Savin, Iron Man 3

Savin was fiery with pride when he received his award.

11. Best World Domination Attempt


Ultron, Avengers: Age of Ultron

Ultron decided to forego his menacing metal appearance at the awards.

12. Most Adorable


Loki Laufeyson, Thor, Avengers, and Thor: The Dark World

Upon receiving his award, Laufeyson said “Kneel, you subjugated earthlings!”

13. Most Evil


Ultron revisited the stage to receive his second award. When he was asked if there was anything he’d like to say, he responded, “I’d like to take this time to explain to you my evil plan.” Security escorted him out promptly before he could speak further.

14. Most Glorious


Thranduil, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

We asked Thranduil why he cut his glorious hair before the Awards, and he said “Are you saying my hair isn’t glorious now?”

15. Most Professional


Darren Cross, Ant-Man

Upon receiving his award, Cross said “Pym Tech will benefit greatly from this award and my intelligence.”

16. Most Resilient


Brock Rumlow, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Rumlow was angered when we offered him the award and left the ceremony prematurely.

17. Most Tragic


James Buchanan Barnes, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

When called to accept his award, Barnes frowned and said “Who in the world is James Barnes?”

18. The Just-Because Villain

We’ve arrived at the last award. Without further ado, we present to you…


Karl Urban, The Bourne Supremacy

Just because he’s Karl Urban.

The last to receive an award, Urban smirked and said “I’m a doctor, not a villain, for goodness sake. Get it straight.”

And that concludes the annual Villains Awards. The following celebration was cancelled due to the fact that many awardees had left prematurely and  because the safety of guests was compromised.


Thank you for joining us here at the Villains Awards



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