Some awesome comic book villains have never had their turn on film (besides some animated movies), but that doesn’t mean that they don’t deserve them.
Similar to Venom, Carnage us a darker and more ruthless symbiote that has found a few hosts, but spent most of it’s time on homicidal maniac Cletus Kasady. After what they did to Venom on the big screen, Carnage deserves some retribution.
Joker’s hench-lady has had her share of sunshine in the game series and the animated series, but she’s never cracked one of Batman’s big screen endeavors.
Another awesome Batman villain, Hush was a childhood friend turned nemesis to Bruce Wayne. Driven by jealousy, Hush teamed up with villains like Joker, Two-Face, Riddler, and Scarecrow, just to name a few.
This alien has been fighting Superman in one incarnation or another since 1958, but has never made it to the silver screen. Although he had a few close calls, almost appearing in Superman 3, Man of Steel, and the unmade Kevin Smith Superman script.
The villain who first appeared in 1964 has lots of different forms, but has never shown up in a big time flick. Fans should pray for a Sinister Six movie.
Nathaniel Essex was transformed into Mister Sinister in the 1800’s, and the X-Men villain has been involved with almost every bad crew since. He even tried to take down Professor X, which would make for a great movie plot someday.
Is a Russian serial killer who was captured and experimented on by the KGB. Insane Ruskie super-soldier with unbreakable tentacles? Yeah, get this guy in a movie.
Kraven the Hunter
The director of the new Spider-Man has mentioned fitting Kraven, who prefers to kill with tools and his bare hands, into the third film. Given that at one point he almost actually kills Spidey, we couldn’t agree more.
Also known as Kid Miracleman, the character was a hero’s sidekick, before Alan Moore got a hold of the character and made him as evil as it gets, having him murder most of the city of London.
Who better to battle Superman than a mirror image of himself? For it to work, it would have to be the less-dopey version of the villain though.
Before the sequel to Superman Returns was shut down, Darkseid was supposed to be the antagonist. Let’s hope the godlike dude gets another chance.
A Deathstroke movie is in development, but that doesn’t guarantee that the super-soldier will see a premiere. After all the trouble he’s given Batman and co, he deserves it though.