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Hey hi, I am back with another of my comics rap rap...
So the other day i was surfing the web and found this top ten comics list...it enlist the top ten heroes of all time...putting them here with my comments of course....

Everybody loves a good bad guy. Without super villains, would there even be any super heroes? Anybody can be bad, but to be considered a villain, you have to be ruthless, powerful, and sometimes, downright crazy. Take a look at a list of the top super villains of all time.
1. Galactus
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The world-eater. When Galactus shows up, he becomes everyone’s problem. With a slew of cosmic powered henchmen at his side, Galactus is the one villain to beat. If you don’t, the result isn’t world domination, but world destruction. Galactus has destroyed countless worlds and killed billions of beings. His hunger will never end and therefore, neither will his destruction.

2. Lex Luthor
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Genius, ex-president, criminal mastermind, businessman, sociopath. Superman’s number one bad guy is right near the top of the list of the all-time best super villains. While Lex doesn’t have magical powers, super strength, or any of the other things that make up the common super villain, he more than makes up this with his superior intellect and utter ruthlessness. Don’t get on his bad side. If you do, you can bet you won’t last long.

3. Magneto
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The Yin to Professor X’s Yang, Magneto will not rest until humanity takes its rightful place, behind that of the world’s superior race, mutants. Magneto has been the leader of a group of mutants whose sole mission is to make a world where mutants rule and humans are left behind on the road of evolution. Adding to the fact that he is arguably one of the most, if not the most powerful super beings in the Marvel universe, Magneto is one of the greatest, tortured villains of all time.

4. Joker
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The Joker is mad. Maybe that is what is so appealing about this character. Pain, morality, logical thinking, and every other normal human trait go out the window when one thinks of the Joker. Combine his sanity with his penchant ability with toxic chemicals, and you have the makings of an unpredictable madman that can bring those around him to their knees.

5. Dr. Doom
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The ruler of Latveria is one of Marvel comic’s greatest foes. His intellect and master of the mystical arts makes this man one of the most powerful beings in the Marvel universe. His thirst for world domination is only rivaled by his hunger to see Reed Richards dead and humiliated. Victor Von Doom is truly a villain you don’t want to trifle with.

6. Venom
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Crazed, powerful, and maniacal all come to mind with one thinks of Venom. Venom isn’t a person per SE, rather the costume is the villain in this case. The Venom costume is a symbiotic creature that attaches itself to a host, granting super strength, speed, agility, and web slinging powers. In every instance, the prime motivation of the costume has been to take down Spider-Man. Fortunately for us, that hasn’t happened yet.

7. Darkseid
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Darkseid has one goal, to rule the universe. Not a small task, but Darkseid only needs to discover the “Anti Life Equation” and he will succeed. His thirst for power is only matched by his super abilities. He has incredible strength and speed, and also possess a powerful Omega Beam with many untold powers. If Darkseid can find this Equation, that he believes is locked within the minds of earthlings, than our existence will be fearful indeed.

8. Ra's al Ghul
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Ra’s al Ghul has been an iconic Batman super villain. His purpose is to cleanse the earth and restore it to an eden-like state. The problem is, that most of humanity needs to die in the process. Ra’s has lived for an incredibly long time, beating death with the use of his Lazarus Pit. His incredible intelligence and abilities in martial arts and swordsmanship makes Ra’s a formidable opponent, worthy the title of super villain.

9. Green Goblin
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The Green Goblin was one of Spider-Man’s rogues gallery for many years. Responsible for the death of Gwen Stacy, he has been the bane of Spider-Man time and again. The Goblin has super strength and agility, as well as possessing a countless array of deadly devices. Many people have taken up the mantle of the Green Goblin, but is has recently come to light the original Green Goblin, Norman Osborn is alive and well, waiting to strike at Spider-Man and his allies.

10. Apocalypse
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En Sabah Nur sees himself as the original mutant and therefore its rightful leader and ruler. Apocalypse is one of the world’s most powerful mutants, having the ability to change his molecular structure. He also appears to be immortal. In more than one alternate future, Apocalypse has ruled the earth. He continues toward this goal today, choosing the right time to awaken and reveal himself.


A top ten list of comic book superhero characters.

1. Superman
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Superman is comic book history. Without Superman, the first big comic book superhero, we might not have had Spider-Man, Batman, and the others. Due to the success of Superman, other comics companies pushed making superheroes and to that, Superman is owed a huge debt. Decades later, Superman is still going strong, with a movie in the works, multiple titles to choose from, and a hit TV show. The Man of Steel is certainly on top in terms of historical importance, abilities, and current popularity.

2. Spider-Man
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What Spider-Man lacked in ability, he made up in heart. The wall-crawler is one of the first of many true to life superheroes and because of this, Spider-Man has become loved and adored by fans the world over. Spider-Man is Marvel comic’s number one superhero, with legions of fans, blockbuster films, and many hot comics to read.

3. Batman
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There is something about the dark brooding sense of Batman that intrigues people. Or maybe its Batman’s alter-ego, millionaire Bruce Wayne, that people wish they had more in common with. Maybe the reason so many people identify with him is that Batman has no truly supernatural powers. Any one of us could be Batman Whatever the case, Batman has struck a chord with fans around the world. The Dark Knight is hugely popular with a multiple hit movies and many different comic titles to choose from.

4. Wolverine
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Next to Spider-Man, Wolverine is certainly one of Marvel comic’s most popular superheroes. He was pretty much the focus of the X-Men movies and helped make a star out of Hugh Jackman. Wolverine has quickly risen to the top of the X-Men as the fans most favorite character and considering how many characters there are to choose from, that’s no small task. He can be seen in his own comic as well as The X-Men comics and The New Avengers.

5. The Hulk
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Many people can relate to unleashing their rage. The Hulk has been a large part of Marvel’s rise to stardom and fans all over have enjoyed the intense action and emotion that The Hulk exudes. One reason fans resonate so well with The Hulk is that we all get angry and so many of us can relate to wanting to release the rage within us, something The Hulk is all to well known for. A hit movie and another on the way, video games, his own comic, cartoons, and toys make The Hulk truly a heavy hitter.

6. Wonder Woman
The World’s most well-known female superhero has been through many different incarnations throughout history. She had a popular TV show, has her own comic book, and has a spot on the Justice League of America. Wonder Woman is a character that girls and women can look up to and be proud of. All told, Wonder Woman is one of comic books greats.

7. Green Lantern
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The Green Lantern is a huge cornerstone of the DC universe. Green Lantern has had a huge resurgance as of late. The relaunch of the series, the re-establishing of the Corps, and the return of Hal Jordan has made Green Lantern shoot up onto the list of top superheroes. Who could ask for more? With a movie in the works, a spot on the Justice League, and multiple comics make Green Lantern a hot item.

8. Captain America
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The symbol of America has long touched the hearts and minds of free people everywhere. Captain America stands for all that America should be; noble, strong, hard-working, just, and honest. With these qualities, Captain America easily makes it on the list as one of the top comic book characters.

9. Spawn
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Todd McFarlane’s creation has become the most popular independent comic book character. A movie, cartoons, comics, and toys have made Spawn one of the hottest commodities in a while. Although his popularity may have waned in recent years, the accomplishments of this character are hard to ignore. The success of Spawn has paved the way for other independent comics, showing you don’t have to be part of DC or Marvel to make it big.

10. Punisher
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The Punisher is one of the first “anti-heroes”, or a hero that doesn’t always act as nice as we would like. The Punisher started the ball rolling for the darker side of comics, and when comics like The Watchmen and The Dark Knight Returns made the genre even more popular, the Punisher fit right in. Thanks to the Punisher, comics have been able to explore their darker side. Whether that is good or not is up to you.

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