Poll: Who wins this round?
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Hifidog
60.00%
6 60.00%
Pither
40.00%
4 40.00%
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VILLAINS DRAFT: ROUND TWO - Hifidog vs. Pither
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Pither:


THE NOT GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY (WHO ARE ALSO BAD)



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Classic - The Wicked Witch and Prof. Henry Jarrod vs Rev. Harry Powell and Hjalmar Pzoelig

Man, the Wicked Witch against Harry Powell is a tough call. I think I give it to her, just barely.


Horror - Prof. Jarrod (and sorta Beetlejuice and the Dentist) vs Haljmar Poelzig (and sorta Frank Booth)

Probalby Hifi again.

Female - Wicked Witch and Regina George and Harley Quinn vs. Rosa Klebb and Elle Driver

All due respect, but Hifi's weakest woman tops Pither's best.

Animated - Harley Quinn vs. The Joker

Harley would probably kill me herself if I put her in front of Mr. J.

TV - Harley Quinn and Gustavo Fring vs. The Joker

The Chicken Man more than evens the score, however.  Back to Hifi.

Superhero - Harley Quinn vs. The Joker (and sorta Elle Driver)

Same matchup, still just as unfair.

Misunderstood - Gus Fring (and sorta Judge Smails?) vs. Magua

Magua is an autowin in this category.


Modern Movie Men - Beetlejuice, Khan, the Dentist, and Keyser Soze vs Archie Cunningham, Jack Lint and Belloq

Pither's choice of Archie is really great, and I think Keyser Soze (and his movie) is overrated. 

Bonus - no one is going to top Billy Mitchell in this category


This is really hard, because hifi definitely takes it on points, especially with his female picks.  But Pither packs so much greatness into his top 3 (plus Magua) that I am loathe to vote against it.  I think it comes down to Billy Mitchell acting as the tiebreaker, and maybe the added juice of Gus Fring - such an interesting example because he is definitely a villain no matter how you slice it, but he is ultimately more pragmatic and perhaps less evil than the "hero" he faces off against.
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