20 Best Superhero Movie Villains Ranked Least Important to Most Important
Here we have selected the 20 best superhero movie villains from the Marvel and DC Universes for you and have ranked them from least important to most important based on the last 20 years of comic books and comic book movies (animated & live action) by Marvel and DC. These superherp movie villains are known for their twisted evil plots and prevalence in their universes. Many comic book movie fans and new comic book readers don’t exactly know their favorite villains’ origins so we decided to make a simplified list that explains our top 20 supervillains’ origins with pictures and the comic book issue they first appeared in!
20. Doomsday | 1st Full Appearance in Superman: The Man of Steel #18 (1992)
19. Scarecrow | 1st Full Appearance is in World's Finest Comics #3 (1941)
18. Two Face | 1st Full Appearance is in Detective Comics #66 (1942)
17. Bizarro | 1st Full Appearance is in Actions Comics #254 (1959)
16. Grodd | 1st Full Appearance is in The Flash #106 (1959)
15. Ares | 1st Full Appearance is in Wonder Woman #1 (1942)
14. Mr Freeze | 1st Full Appearance is in Batman #121 (1959)
13. Loki | 1st Full Appearance is in Journey Into Mystery #85 (1962)
12. Ocean Master | 1st Full Appearance is in Aquaman #29 (1966)
11. Red Skull | 1st Full Appearance is in Captain America Comics #1 (1941)
10. Darkseid | 1st Full Appearance is in Forever People #1 (1971)
9. Bane | 1st Full Appearance is in Batman: Vengeance of Bane #1 (1992)
8. Ra’s Al Ghul | 1st Full Appearance is in Batman #232 (1971)
7. Sinestro | 1st Full Appearance is in Green Lantern #7 (1961)
6. Deathstroke | 1st Full Appearance is in New Teen Titans #2 (1980)
5. Green Goblin | 1st Full Appearance is in Amazing Spider-Man #14 (1964)
4. Venom | 1st Full Appearance is in Amazing Spider-Man #300 (1988)
3. Thanos | 1st Full Appearance is in Iron Man #55 (1973)
2. Magneto | 1st Full Appearance is in X-Men #1 (1963)
1. The Joker | 1st Full Appearance is in Batman #1 (1940)
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