Fuck Your Dead ParentsDiscarded from birth, forgotten by your own parents, raised by a fanatically religious hag, regularly bullied and beaten by fellow students, completely friendless, utterly isolated, your peers and strangers thinking you a total freak because of your appearance, staying the fuck away and always whispering about you, disallowed a normal childhood, physically abused at a place that's barely constitutes a real "home," a situation so bad that even the animals attack you.
Yo Brucie, I'm really happy for you and I'mma let you finish, but...yeah, I'm sorry, you can go wipe your sodding tears with your rich daddy's money and suck a fat one.
Because Jonathan Crane has one of the most depressing, justifiably upsetting backstories and childhoods of all time.
Now, very, very rarely (if ever) do I consider fictional characters, let alone certain villains, as "poor babies," but seriously
Crane, you poor baby
oh my god I am so sorry
I know killing and revenge is wrong and a
Female VillainsAs you probably already know, I really like villain characters, but it sort of makes me sad how often female villains seem like they have this rule where it's like they're required to be ~*sexy*~ first and then villains second. Or they have to be voluptuous or seductive femme fatales first and foremost and then be evil and cunning second (the level of evil and cunning really depending on the character, but still). Having a "sexy" female villainess isn't necessarily a bad thing, but the fact it's so much more prevalent with females as opposed to males and feels more like this unwritten rule and obligatory mold for them still disappoints me. I notice a lot in superhero comics the villainesses will be far more likely (if not always) wearing something far sexier or revealing as opposed to the males, and even then they'll have the same cut-n-paste sexy body type (and sometimes even the same face shapes, eye, and lip shapes) while the males are usually more clothed and meant to have tFemale Villains3 years ago in Personal More Like This