I'll be honest. I downright hated killmonger. A literal black Nazi
@ Tobias Widower, yes he was, I hate seeing people agree with him, sure his points were fine but he wanted to essentially take over the world, he was a villain people
@ Tobias Widower, loved him as a villain though. MBJ did a superb job
@Ultramatt, yeah he's an Nazi but he's also a villian he's not supposed to be a good guy. Same thing with Thanos.
@ Tobias Widower, hating the character is one thing (no judgement here) but acting wise he did an amazing job
@stormageddon98, ...... I actually really loved thanos..... like I’ve been suggesting we remove most warning labels (like inside beef jerky the “do not eat this packet” thing) and let natural selection take its course. Tide shouldn’t have even addressed the tide pod thing. Let people, stupid enough to do shjt like that, stop hurting society by not being able to reproduce or work a job of any significance because well they dumb
@Anonymous3301, well with the tide thing. Kids are stupid and theyll always be stupid. I mean kids used to eat rocks in my elementary school and snort Smarties. Kids are stupid but that doesn't mean they always will be. Also the beef jerky things aren't actually poisonous. They're basically just sand. If you eat them all you need to do is drink a lot of water to reduce the effect of the dehydrating effect of them.
@ Tobias Widower, I liked him in the same way I like Joker and Thanos. They’re horrible people, but they have awesome stories
@Scottles, I loved him as a character. He was charismatic and had a good point. Yup black people been getting screwed for centuries we should help them. Then like a good villain he goes WAY to far in his response and wants to murder everyone. The great part is because of him his dream of black people being lifted up happens because tchalla sees he has a point and goes to help them, but you know without genocide.
@stormageddon98, Thanos is a justified villain though, a necessary evil. I liked him. People just disagree with him since his plan involves possibly losing a loved one.
@VenomousKitty, well he is genocidal though. I don't think I can call genocide justified... I mean like... I'm not saying he isn't a bad villian. by no means. But justified isn't. Like hela is a freaking insane warmonger. Still ba and cool af.
@stormageddon98, Sure, though though i feel if you push aside the sentimental feelings. The genocide could actually be helpful in the long run, after people are done mourning losses.
@VenomousKitty, oh geez... I don't think so man... Like that's a lot of people. I don't think I can agree with you on this one. Think about it though. People are gonna keep reproducing. And can you say that people we more happy when the population of the Earth was half of what it is now? Maybe use the glove to reduce the growth rate of each planet to 50%? If you can control time and reality why would your first instinct be genocide. Seems really linear...
@Ultramatt, I particularly liked how he used Wakanda’s tradition to gain power, then destroyed the parts of it that could lead to him losing power. Honestly the scene when he burned the garden was the thing that really sealed him as a terrible person, because it showed that he only cared about their culture and tradition as far as it made him powerful.
Every time I see this guy I just want to punch him in the face
@The Common Shaman, if we're talking about the cosplayer, I feel the same way
@The Common Shaman, do you want to talk about it?
@The Common Shaman, I used to dislike him until I found out he used to do this with the elderly at the senior center he worked at and it was popular enough for him to do it online
@SeussAlmighty, yes that guy.
@Good Guy Satan, c’mon Satan, you and I both know that good deeds don’t get you anywhere. Just look at bad boi Jesus
I’m still crying about Wallace’s murder. The Wire fans out there?
The cold call killer from Batman also have himself scars for each person he killed.
Is that a black mop on his head