A great movie villain can elevate the hero and his journey. A great villain is the key to conflict, and conflict fuels an effective story, and an effective story is what allows a movie to linger on long after a movie has finished screening. This is all especially true in the realm of the superhero movie, where characters who can do impossible things need a bad guy who can realistically threaten them. All of the truly great superhero movies have a villain who balances the heroes, a sinister force who gives them something to fight.
This list is not about those guys. It’s about the other guys. The ones that suck.
Yesterday FOX's Batman-prequel series, 'Gotham,' released its first official photo in the form of Donal Logue's Harvey Bullock, though recent set photos have already shown the likes of Ben McKenzie's Jim Gordon and Robin Taylor's Oswald Cobblepot. Now, take a first look at David Mazouz's young Bruce Wayne (complete with Bat-mask!) and Camren Bicondova as a young pre-Catwoman Selina Kyle, in additi