Weakly Villain Podcast

Weakly Villain Podcast

Wednesday, August 5, 2020

It's spelled Blastaar right?

Sorry, we took a few weeks off.  

This week we have a guy that was in and out of everything for the last 50 something years.  No one wears a neck beard better.  Spoiler:  He has a sexy wife.

Premiered in Fantastic Four #62 (May 1967), and was created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby.

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Here's a link to wrap your mind around the "Negative Zone". 


Thursday, January 25, 2018

Killer Shrike - It's a bird!

That is right, the fine not-feathered fiend from Marvel Comics.  He looks cool and has some great super powers.  But alas, still a minor villain.  Check it out though because he has been around for a long time and been in several major Marvel ensemble story arcs.

Some mentions of Modular Man, Tinkerer, Air Force.....the list goes on.

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Referenced Characters and Covers.  ***These images are all Marvel created, owned and copyrighted.

Killer Shrike

That's Modular Man

A real Shrike

Shrike is birthed

Air Force and Cardinal

Chemistro! How did this name not get used by a comic before the 70's?

This week we look at the Luke Cage/Powerman villain Chemistro.  Cool costume, cool gimmick, staying power in the Marvel Universe.  How is he still minor?

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Monday, May 15, 2017

We are back! With a review of Guardians of the Galaxy 2.

We were gone for a good reason.  We were waiting for the new Guardians movie!

This is not a critique it is just what we thought and it is NOTHING but spoilers.

image etc. copyright, created and owned by Marvel

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Thursday, March 24, 2016

We saw the Deadpool Movie!

And we are here to talk about it with our guest Jonathan.  Spoilers galore here but the conversation is qualified artistic critique and empirically valid.  Plus not dirty like filthy Deadpool.

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Friday, February 26, 2016

Machinesmith (Starr Saxon) of Skeleton Crew

Super engineer Starr Saxon made robots then became one himself.  He was also the second Mister Fear.  Minor Daredevil villain but cool story.

Notable from "Wikipedia" Barry Windsor-Smith has stated that back in Daredevil #50, Saxon was supposed to be presented as gay; however, he admits that his early art wasn't good enough to get the point across.[1] Other issues have since revealed his sexuality more directly, such as Captain America #368 and Iron Man #320.

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Wednesday, February 10, 2016


Continuing the Skeleton Crew series.  Here is a DJ that got special voice powers and used them for bad.  Threat to humanity, minimal.  Look how imposing he is.  Yes, those are speakers on his shoulder.

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