supervillain

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su·per·vil·lain

 (so͞o′pər-vĭl′ən)
n.
A villain in a work of fiction, as a movie or comic book, having superhuman powers or greatly enhanced abilities, usually portrayed as the antagonist to a superhero.
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Proserpina is first introduced on crowdfunding platform Kickstarter and features supervillains, evil maidens, and demons entwined in an exciting plot, which is certainly not for the kids!
She discusses the core motivators driving robots that kill, particularly revenge and greed, as well as job-killing robots; robots as criminal-killers, enforcers, and superheroes and supervillains, as well as making robots moral; and the use of robots in war, including lethal autonomous weapons systems.
Winslow fights the Axis and supervillains like The Snake and the attractive, but deadly, Singapore Sal.
The story takes place in a world where superheroes and supervillains (referred to as "super-predators") are common.
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It might come as some surprise, then, with Marvel having upped its bad-guy game, that it is Warner Bros's rival DCEU mega-saga that looks to be rebuilding its shared movie universe around supervillains.
Years ago, when society was overrun by bands of anarchists and supervillains, the Renegades--a group of prodigies with superhuman abilities--emerged to reclaim peace and justice.
In the comics, Amunet runs and operates The Network, an underground black market in Central and Keystone City for supervillains to buy, sell or move contraband.
Masked, cloaked and accompanied by his blue sidekick cat, he sets off to tackle any supervillains which might be lurking in the vicinity.
Book free tickets on 0121 633 4353 Suicide Squad (15) To counter threats too dangerous to risk a hero's life, the US government creates the Suicide Squad - a black ops team of supervillains whose lives are completely expendable.
|CROSSOVER STAR: Russell Watson comes back our way DC Comics' supervillains Squad Starring Jared Leto (The Joker), Margot Robbie (Harley Quinn) and Will Smith (Deadshot).
A group of supervillains is given dangerous missions in exchange for shorter sentences.