Superheroes are great and all, but there’s something truly entertaining about a villain. Whether it be the melodrama of Doctor Doom or the cackling madness of the Joker, a great villain is often more memorable than the heroes they battle. What would Batman be without the Joker? What would Thor be without Loki? You either love them or love to hate them, and a good villain can elevate even the greatest hero to new heights.
The CW’s Arrowverse has no shortage of amazing heroes, but its monster of the week format means that a lot of the villains feel a little lacking. More often than not, they are little ...
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