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    Default Rogues galleries from outside of marvel and dc

    Anyone knows the rogues galleries outside of marvel and dc?
    Like it isnít always about superheroes but does anyone know of other villains in indie comics?
    Like start with the tmnt they have a growing rogues gallery shredder,krang,foot clan,stockman,Karai,fat king,and bebop and rocksteady to name a few. Like judge dredd has a small rogues gallery due to him killing villains and locking them up in prison but he does have a few like judge death and the dark judges to name some.
    Vampirella has a recurring villains like chaos,Von kriest,Dracula,and the blood feed queen of hearts.
    So any other rogues gallery you guys want to name?

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    Optimus Prime & the Autobots from the Transformers.
    The Decepticons are their rogues gallery, and the most powerful & unbeatable one is their leader...

    Megatron

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    Good times.

    What about the masters of the universe franchise and thundercats?

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    Not that I've read the comic, but I would think Savage Dragon should have a decent rogue's gallery.
    I think restorative nostalgia is the number one issue with comic book fans.
    A fine distinction between two types of Nostalgia:

    Reflective Nostalgia allows us to savor our memories but accepts that they are in the past
    Restorative Nostalgia pushes back against the here and now, keeping us stuck trying to relive our glory days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LordMikel View Post
    Not that I've read the comic, but I would think Savage Dragon should have a decent rogue's gallery.
    Yeah he does

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toxin45 View Post
    Good times.

    What about the masters of the universe franchise and thundercats?
    These would be the Top three (3) for...

    He-Man & the Masters of the Universe



    Skeletor





    The legendary Hordak





    King Hiss and the Snake Men

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toxin45 View Post
    Good times.

    What about the masters of the universe franchise and thundercats?
    As for Thundercats, their number one baddie would be...

    Mumm-Ra


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    Quote Originally Posted by Toxin45 View Post
    Yeah he does
    Agreed, and my favorite is...

    Mr. Glum



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    Yep spawn,hellboy,judge dredd,Vampirella,tmnt,and invincible also have pretty cool villains too.

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    These Plastic Man villains were originally created outside of DC for Quality, so assuming they count:

    Abba and Dabba, Amorpho, Black Widow, The Bounding Bandit, Captain Rivers, Cauldron, Concrete, the Crab, Robber Barron, Dazzla, Dr. Ameeba, Dr. Doser, Dr. Dratt, Dr. Erudite, Dr. Quomquat, Dr. Slicer, Dr. Volt, Eight Ball, Elektra, the Fiend of a thousand faces, Phony Fink, Gargantua, Granite Lady, Green Terror, Hairy Arms, the Hypnotist, Invisible Raiders, Iron Fist, the Japanese Beetle, Killer Crossbones, King of Crime, Jets, Leader, the Lava Man, Madam Brawn, the Mangler, Merlin the Wizard, the Mime, Mirror Man, Mr. Aqua, Mr. Fission, Mr. Happiness, Mr. Hazard, Mr. Morbid, The Moon Wizard, Mother Goose, Needles Noggin, the Owl, Penetro, Pogo Flinch, Professor Dimwit, Professor Sparks, the Purple Viking, Raka the Witch Doctor, Reflecto, Riverman, Pike Ronan, Rubber Man, Sadly-Sadly, Scowls, Serpina, Clarence Skidd, Skullface, Cyrus Smythe, Snout Sniggers, Spadehead, the Spider, Serena Sloop, the Stealing Hands, Stretcho, the Swami, Thrilla, Tricky Toledo, the Vanishers

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    Doctor Who's is pretty cool.

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    G.I. Joe with Cobra Commander, Baroness, Destro, Storm Shadow, Major Bludd, Zartan and the Dreadnoks, Firefly, Xamot and Tomaz, Dr Mindbender, Overkill, Blackout

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    Transformers: Animated had several human supervillains: Meltdown, The Headmaster, The Angry Archer, Nanosec, Slo-Mo, and more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K7P5V View Post
    Optimus Prime & the Autobots from the Transformers.
    The Decepticons are their rogues gallery, and the most powerful & unbeatable one is their leader...

    Megatron


    In the original Marvel US comics I would say Megatron wouldn't be the #1 Decepticon because he spends most the series as either a dethroned leader, a co-leader, a shadow leader, or he's MIA. He's dethroned by Shockwave in #6 who stays as a leader for a lot longer than Megatron. In the Marvel US Megatron is MIA and later revealed to have to have no memory and comes into the hands of a cheap crook who uses him to rob banks, and only gets his memory back when the crook throws him down and then he tries to get energy from a coal mine and runs out of energy and is stuck there until some of the Decepticons who don't like Shockwave finds him and he works with an out of work comic book writer as the Robot Master until Soundwave sick of the feud between him and Shockwave tells them that they are going to be co-leaders, until a plan of Shockwave backfires that Megatron becomes the sole leader until after Optimus Prime dies in #24 and in #25 Shockwave tricks a paranoid Megatron into blowing himself up on the Space Bridge. He doesn't come back (outside of a flashback) until in the mid-50s than he "dies" again because Ratchet blows them both up in a quantum tunnel fusing them into one being. Optimus Prime trying to find Ratchet finds the two fused and has them separated physically but they now share a mental link and has them both put into status until Galvatron, Shockwave, and Starscream steal the Ark and Megatron and Galvatron fight each other than team up and beat up Starscream and Shockwave while Ratchet crashes the ship into a lake in Canada. About a year and half later Megatron badly damaged awakens after receiving what he thinks is a Cybertronian signal only to find it's coming from a Cobra castle and after a very brief battle strikes a deal with Cobra Commander who rebuilds him into his then-new Transformers: Generation 2 form where he transforms into a tank, the Joes realizing that they are way out their league contact the Autobots who sends a team to capture Megatron but he mops the floor with them. Honestly G2 is probably Megatron's longest reign as the sole leader of the Decepticons after he kills Bludgeon, and then he has too team up with Optimus Prime and the Autobots to stop Jixhaus and the new generation Cybertronian Empire and the Swarm.

    In the Marvel US series I would rank Megatron as the #6 leader of the Decepticons.
    1) Shockwave
    2) Scorponok
    3) Ratbat
    4) Bludgeon
    5) Thunderwing
    6) Megatron


    Shockwave had longer runs as leader and did more for the Decepticons he captured almost every Autobot except for Ratchet and built the Constructicons.
    Scorponok built the Decepticon Headmasters, Targetmasters, and the Pretenders.
    Ratbat surprisingly came the closest to Decepticons wiping out the Autobots on Earth if he wasn't an energon saving bureaucrat.
    Bludgeon lead the Decepticons after the battle with Unicron.
    Thunderwing found the Creation Matrix.
    Megatron was just the Decepticon who was the first leader in the series. Megatron never had a long reign as the sole leader of the Decepticons maybe 8 issues in G2.

    In the UK he had more to do but again he feels like just a leader, but not THE sole leader and he had the convoluted Straxus/clone storyline and by the end of the UK series was back on Earth leading one faction of Decepticons against another faction led by Shockwave and the Autobot Earthforce. And no, I don't count or care about Regeneration One and/or Transformers '84 because they both IMHO suck.

    He was more active leader in the original animated series than he ever was in the Marvel US and UK comics.

    The IDW TF Universe v. 1 Megatron is the sole leader and doesn't take threats to his throne lightly and while he vanished for periods he came back more powerful than ever until the events of Dark Cybertron at the end he renounces the Decepticons and joins the Autobots and becomes co-captain of the ship Lost Light with Rodimus Prime in the comics More Than Meets The Eye and Lost Light.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberstrike View Post
    In the original Marvel US comics I would say Megatron wouldn't be the #1 Decepticon because he spends most the series as either a dethroned leader, a co-leader, a shadow leader, or he's MIA. He's dethroned by Shockwave in #6 who stays as a leader for a lot longer than Megatron. In the Marvel US Megatron is MIA and later revealed to have to have no memory and comes into the hands of a cheap crook who uses him to rob banks, and only gets his memory back when the crook throws him down and then he tries to get energy from a coal mine and runs out of energy and is stuck there until some of the Decepticons who don't like Shockwave finds him and he works with an out of work comic book writer as the Robot Master until Soundwave sick of the feud between him and Shockwave tells them that they are going to be co-leaders, until a plan of Shockwave backfires that Megatron becomes the sole leader until after Optimus Prime dies in #24 and in #25 Shockwave tricks a paranoid Megatron into blowing himself up on the Space Bridge. He doesn't come back (outside of a flashback) until in the mid-50s than he "dies" again because Ratchet blows them both up in a quantum tunnel fusing them into one being. Optimus Prime trying to find Ratchet finds the two fused and has them separated physically but they now share a mental link and has them both put into status until Galvatron, Shockwave, and Starscream steal the Ark and Megatron and Galvatron fight each other than team up and beat up Starscream and Shockwave while Ratchet crashes the ship into a lake in Canada. About a year and half later Megatron badly damaged awakens after receiving what he thinks is a Cybertronian signal only to find it's coming from a Cobra castle and after a very brief battle strikes a deal with Cobra Commander who rebuilds him into his then-new Transformers: Generation 2 form where he transforms into a tank, the Joes realizing that they are way out their league contact the Autobots who sends a team to capture Megatron but he mops the floor with them. Honestly G2 is probably Megatron's longest reign as the sole leader of the Decepticons after he kills Bludgeon, and then he has too team up with Optimus Prime and the Autobots to stop Jixhaus and the new generation Cybertronian Empire and the Swarm.

    In the Marvel US series I would rank Megatron as the #6 leader of the Decepticons.
    1) Shockwave
    2) Scorponok
    3) Ratbat
    4) Bludgeon
    5) Thunderwing
    6) Megatron


    Shockwave had longer runs as leader and did more for the Decepticons he captured almost every Autobot except for Ratchet and built the Constructicons.
    Scorponok built the Decepticon Headmasters, Targetmasters, and the Pretenders.
    Ratbat surprisingly came the closest to Decepticons wiping out the Autobots on Earth if he wasn't an energon saving bureaucrat.
    Bludgeon lead the Decepticons after the battle with Unicron.
    Thunderwing found the Creation Matrix.
    Megatron was just the Decepticon who was the first leader in the series. Megatron never had a long reign as the sole leader of the Decepticons maybe 8 issues in G2.

    In the UK he had more to do but again he feels like just a leader, but not THE sole leader and he had the convoluted Straxus/clone storyline and by the end of the UK series was back on Earth leading one faction of Decepticons against another faction led by Shockwave and the Autobot Earthforce. And no, I don't count or care about Regeneration One and/or Transformers '84 because they both IMHO suck.

    He was more active leader in the original animated series than he ever was in the Marvel US and UK comics.

    The IDW TF Universe v. 1 Megatron is the sole leader and doesn't take threats to his throne lightly and while he vanished for periods he came back more powerful than ever until the events of Dark Cybertron at the end he renounces the Decepticons and joins the Autobots and becomes co-captain of the ship Lost Light with Rodimus Prime in the comics More Than Meets The Eye and Lost Light.
    there was devil's due, dreamwave, and the second idw continuity where megatron was becoming the leader.
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