Yes. Silas from Ice age is a Hero.
No! Silas is stupid and I wanna KILL him.
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What's on your mind?
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I don't really have an opinion on him? Also hi, i'm new
Karras from the novel, The Lawnmower Man, is on villains wiki!
Hi there I'm new to this place though I like some of Trevor Hendersons art like Cartoon cat and Siren head so I'll be posting a lot about that...... but I guess HI!
Aram is an Armenian gangster and the primary antagonist of Ray Donovan’s episode, Bridget. He is played by Jack Topalian.
After Brendan Donovan gets his settlement check, Aram hooks him up a used house. After an out of control house party, Brendan’s brother Ray sends his man, Avi to set the house on fire. When Aram hears about this, he threatens to kill the pair. Ray arrives and tases him. When the Armenian wakes up, Ray begins to tase him every time he disagrees. Ray demands a full refund for the house in cash. Aram agrees the offer to stop the torture.
In issue for of Injustice: Year Zero, a prequel to the entire Injustice story, Joker reveals that he despises Nazi's, a nod to the 1997 Batman/Captain America crossover where Joker terminates his partnership with the Red Skull when he finds out that Red Skull is a real Nazi.
And yet, the Joker of the Injusticeverse is quite possibly the most evil Joker of all time, as he tricked Superman into killing Lois Lane and destroying Metropolis, which once the first thing in a chain of events that corrupted the DC superheroes, and caused the DC universe to break out into civil war.
Think this is a good example of Even Evil Has Standards?
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Is there anyone that is going to make a page on Paulie from the mafia remake and original?
I thought of this when i saw the end, the way he jumps around, his skill with the knife, seeing his wall shows his marksmanship. Using psychological tricks with the smoke and music, knowing boog would hesitate. I think after the war, ptsd hit him. Hunting being his escape. He grew cynical, pushing people away and started living in the woods, off the land. Shaw is also shown to have a bizarre love for his rifle called "Lorraine", talking to it even. Military were told to personify their rifles. His lack of compassion for life would have been brought on from the nightmareish Jungle. At the time of the movie, he apears to fit the age of someone frome vietnam, possibly dyeing his hair
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