Warner Bros. Television and Warner Bros. Animation have announced their schedule for this year’s WonderCon in Anaheim, CA. WBTV and WBA will be bringing DC’s Superheroes and antiheroes in both animated and live action to WonderCon 2018 which is set for March 23-25.
On Friday, March 23, from 3:30–4:30 p.m in Room North 200B, Warner Bros. Animation will present a Special Video and Q&A with the cast and producers of Teen Titans Go! including producers Michael Jelenic and Aaron Horvath, and Beast Boy voice actor Greg Cipes.
On Saturday, March 24 from 10:00–11:00 a.m. in Room North 200A, Warner Bros. Television will present the world premiere screening of the first episodes of CW Seed’s animated Constantine. Constantine actor Matt Ryan, as well as series writer J.M. DeMatteis and Blue Ribbon Content and Warner Bros. Animation’s Peter Girardi will be there for a Q&A session following the screening. The first season of Constantine begins streaming March 24.
From 2:00–3:00 p.m in Room North 200A, Krypton stars Cameron Cuffe, Georgina Campbell and Shaun Sipos, as well as executive producer Cameron Welsh and DC Entertainment’s Dan Evans will be on hand for a Special Video Presentation and Q&A about SYFY’s upcoming Superman prequel series that follows Seg-El (Cuffe) after he’s warned by the time traveler from Earth, Adam Strange (Sipos), leaving him faced with choosing whether or not to save his homeworld of Krypton or let it be destroyed the ensure the fate of his grandson, Superman. Krypton premieres March 21, 2018.
Warner Bros. Television will round out its Superhero line-up on Sunday, March 25 from 12:45–1:45 p.m in Room: Arena with an All-New episode of Black Lightning. The episode titled “Sins of the Father” will be followed by a Q&A with executive producer/showrunner Salim Akil with series writers Jan Nash, Pat Charles, Adam Giaudrone and Lamont Magee.
Stay tuned to Heroic Hollywood for the latest news on WonderCon 2018 as we learn it.
Every Big Screen Batman Villain Ranked From Worst To Best
As far as comic book superheroes go, no other character has a bigger or better rogues gallery than Batman. Spider-Man is probably a close second (you can check out our list ranking his movie villains here), and Superman, The Flash and other heroes have a lot of great foes to call their own as well, but there is just no competing with the Dark Knight in the villain department. In fact, I would go as far as to say that, if not for his incredible roster of nemeses, Batman might not have had the lasting legacy that the character has achieved over the better part of 75+ years.
It’s just an added bonus that in that time a majority of his most well-known villains have seen at least one big screen adaptation, if not two or more. Almost all of these villains have the potential for cinematic greatness, but it doesn’t always turn out that way. That’s why we’re compiling this extensive list ranking every single big screen Batman villain from worst to best.
A couple of rules before we begin. First, live-action or animated, the film in question in which the character appeared simply has to have gotten a full theatrical release (i.e. wide release, in theaters for more than one day). We’re also not going to include minor cameos (like Victor Zsasz in the Dark Knight films), nor characters that did not originate in the comic world (sorry, Max Shreck fans), or at the very least, feel like they belong to it. Finally, while it helps to be known as an actual Batman villain in the comics, if the baddie and the Bat have had some kind of antagonistic relationship on film, we’re counting it.
Alrighty then, with no further ado, here is our list of every big screen Batman villain ranked from worst to best. Click Next to get started!