100 Baddest Mother F*#!ers in Comics
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Meet the bad asses, the tough guys, the guys you don't want to make mad. These are the guys you'd want to have backing you up in a fight. And these are the guys who make bad so much fun. From hard-bitten heroes to vile villains - including Wolverine, Batman, Luke Cage, Galactus, and more - 100 Baddest Motherf*#!ers! gives you the lowdown on the down low in a full-color, fully illustrated, butt-kicking format.
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Mignola; Artist: Richard Corben 15 SABRETOOTH His origins are shrouded in mystery (and will probably change many more times). Nevertheless, the fact that he’s determined to make Wolverine suffer has always been clear. Image source: Sabretooth Classic #1 (May 94) © 1994 Marvel Entertainment Group, Inc. Artist: Dwayne Turner 16 KINGPIN A master manipulator who uses his wealth and influence to gain ever more more power, The Kingpin began his career as a foe whom Spider-Man
to be evil, and it was revealed that the earlier adventures were part of a virtual-reality program. Johnny keeps his powers when the program ends and uses them to further his own nefarious schemes. (In our real world, legal concerns from Marvel Comics caused a name change — from Marvelman to Miracleman.) Image source: Miracleman #10 (Dec 86) © 1986 respective copyright holders; Artists: Rick Veitch and John Ridgway 34 IRON MAN Tony Stark initially designs his armor to escape an evil
faced the unfettered might of his own son: Orion. Image source: Crisis on Infinite Earths #12 (Mar 86) © 1985 DC Comics, Inc.; Artist: George Pérez Image source: The Hunger Dogs (DC Graphic Novel #4, Mar 85) © 1984 DC Comics, Inc.; Artists: Jack Kirby and various Image source: Batman #608 (Dec 02) © 2002 DC Comics; Artists: Jim Lee and Scott Williams 2 BATMAN DC’s ultimate tactician and planner, Batman takes a licking but keeps right on ticking. For more than 70 years, he’s faced
1965 National Periodical Publications, Inc.; Artist: Jack Sparling 97 HATE MONGER Nick Fury tricks The Fantastic Four into going to South America to defeat this villain, who manipulates emotions of those around him with his ray gun. Revealed as Hitler (or a lookalike), Hate Monger comes into conflict with Fury several more times, increasing the power and range of his hate ray, until it becomes an orbiting satellite. Image source: Marvel Collector’s Item Classics #15 (Jun 68) © 1968