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But what if Thanos DID something wrong?
I hope Killmonger not on here he wasn't really the villian more like the victim.
Thanos in the title i was CRYING! Also here is my life story. 😁😄😀😊😕😟😣🥺😭
He had the power of Gods but instead of making twice the amount of resources he made half the amount who needed them……..nice plot
I'm glad Vanko's getting his due. His dad was deported, wiped from history, and sentenced to die in Siberia for selling weapons… by weapons seller Howard Stark.
Killmonger's motives werent that justified. T Chaka kills Erik's dadKillmonger: Lets kill his son! Lol.Just cuz your dad was murdered(for a good reason) and abandoned, doesnt mean the world has to pay and needs to be dominated lol. Zemo was so much better. His dad, mom, son, and wife were killed. He just wanted revenge. Cuz the Avengers didnt care in his eyes. Did he want to dominate Earth. Hell naw. Just revenge.
So Killmonger top 10 material but Vulture not? Not really suprised.
In a bad way.
Zemo's motives were purely out of anger and revenge. They were selfish and weren't going to help anybody. They were not justifiable.
I knew magneto would be first
I think bushmaster shouldn't be a honorable mention
WHERE IS ULTRON!!!!!!!!!
Uh no, Magneto is not understandable. He is basically being mutant Hitler. There is no real difference between his "supermen supremacy" and Hitler's "supermen supremacy." They both use oppression as a reason to make people join them. I wish you all would stop trying to make him anything more.
Technically Thanos's plan never included genocide, only mass murder.
So many good villains so understanding this is what makes marvel good not just the heroes they are all unique
How the hell is Vulture not no. 1?
Am I the only one who thinks Loki should rank higher on this list?
Magneto is not a vilian. He chooses to use what ever means necessary protect mutants. Magneto is more the anti hero , hero more than anything.
Loki managed to redeem himself in Infinity wars, showing just how much he loved his brother.
Watches videoSees Loki at number 7Stops watching video
Why isnʻt Hela on this list?
Black Panther as No. 2…seriously?! Come on this doesnt deserve to be on the list.
I'm going to guess that Zemo from Civil War will be number 1…
In my opinion, Thanos was an idiot with power
The real list but in top 51.Kilmonger2.Thanos3.Loki4.Zemo5.Vulture
Hive death from agents of shield or Adia becoming human. Agents of shield is part of th mcu too
Killmonger is not justifiable think about if it was a white guy then everyone would recognize it as bullshit but he is black so it’s ok
I am REALLY GLAD you've included Harry Osborn from The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
What about Punisher from Daredevil. He wanted to kill the gangs of Hell’s Kitchen after a gang war caused his family to die in front of his own eyes.
Thanos is the Hero of infinity war
From a story telling standpoint
I don't classify magneto as a villain. I don't think the creators did either but I don't quite remember
Usually these episodes come out right before an episode or trailer, so, hoping for Avengers 4 🤞
Doc Ock will always be the best Marvel movie villain in my eyes
I totally disagree with Kingpin from Daredevil. I don't think his motives are justifiable. Seems like he enjoys killing, greed and corruption. And why is Thanos on the list? We all know his goal is to wipe out humanity, although he only destroyed half of mankind
From finding nemo
I'm really glad Killmonger is on this list. His motives were definitely justifiable. He just wanted to give Wakanda's technology to oppressed blacks around the world. I kinda wonder what would happen if his plan succeeded. Now Vulture from Spider-Man: Homecoming his motives were totally understandable. He was stealing technology to make money and he was doing it for his family.
Killmonger is literally an ethno nationalist. Plus his “ancestors” were at most half slaves, who his other anscestors could have saved but didnt give enough of a shit. How is he justified?
The green goblin was understandable because all he wanted was some of his friends blood so he could use it to try to save himself from a disease. And his so called best friend says no it might kill him even though he is already dying. Made no sense so his friends becoming the green goblin and hating spider Man made sense to me.
Come on, Thanos is number 1
So what they did was understandable, from a certain point of view.
Thanos literally had the power to MAKE resources for the people. He was just a monster trying to justify his actions.
Cool motive. Still murder.
Where the fuck is Doctor Octopus?? Haha, still good list 🙂
Completely disagree with Killmonger being number 2 in this list. His motives would arguably be understandable if his actions were done for people in his community or his family, but black people/African-decendents in general? What does he owe to them? They aren't "his people", they're just people (like every other person on the earth). Let's look at two examples to illustrate this illogical thinking.
First, we know that millions of Jews were slaughtered in the Holocaust and have been treated poorly throughout history. Would a villain be justified in giving high tech weapons to all the 15 million Jews in the world for what happened to people that lived decades or centuries ago?
Second, this time with a lesser known group, how about members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (formerly referred to as Mormons)? Aside from being driven out of their homes constantly for a few decades, eventually being forced to trek across the country to get away from prosecution, they also had some very powerful opposition within the government itself. For example, in 1838, Executive Order 44, also known as the Extermination Order, was issued, which allowed for citizens of Missouri to kill members of that church. This was active for 138 years until June 25, 1976 when the order was rescinded. Would people laud a Latter-day Saint character as a justified villain if he/she tried to get advanced weapons into the roughly 16 million members' hands now for the murders that took place over the preceding two centuries?
The simple answer is no. Individuals are responsible for their own destiny, regardless of any group or category of peoples they espouse or have been arbitrarily assigned to. To heap punishment upon a person's head for the crimes of his/her parents (or "people") is as asinine as it is twisted (especially if that person wasn't ever directly part of the crime). This is identity politics at its finest and is very much an unjust and evil motive.
Now Killmonger's status as a great villain can be argued on many grounds, such as his cunning, personality, resolve, strength, tenacity, and resourcefulness. But his motive was very basic and one-dimensional: ascension to a seat of power. This is an evil, illogical (as most villains motives are), and self-centered motive. (This last point is clearly demonstrated when he destroyed the crops that gave the Black Panther his abilities. If he were truly doing things for a justifiable and arguably selfless reason, why did he not keep the plant to give to his "people"? Simple: he wanted to rule and he wanted to be uncontested as their ruler.) If this diabolical motive is justified, then we may have a bigger problem on our hands as a society.
A long comment, I know, but it needed to be said. All-in-all, I'm disappointed that Watchmojo has bought into the partisan belief that Killmonger had a "justifiable" motive. Here's an idea: don't promote or agree with identity politics because you're promoting the creation of more villains than heroes.
One more says that Thanos was right and I'll kill them, do you all honestly believe that wiping out half of the ENTIRE GALAXY is a good thing, idiots.
Where is ULTRON???
We are all villains in someone's story.
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