Here's an Internet challenge that won't KILL YOU: Defend your favorite villain. People are doing it on Reddit right now. Here are a few examples from Reddit users:

  • Tom from 'Tom & Jerry': 'That's his job. He's a cat and there's literally a rodent in the house.
  • The Trix Rabbit: 'All he wanted was a bowl of cereal and those kids never offered him some, so he turned to a life of crime thieving the cereal. Tragic.'
  • Gaston from 'Beauty and the Beast': 'In any other Disney movie, he would be the hero.  He hits almost all the hero checkpoints.  Handsome?  Check.  Liking the weird girl instead of his basic fan girls?  Check.  Trying to rescue the girl from a literal monster?  Check."
  • Ra's al Ghul. 'Gotham never got better after all of Batman's antics over the years. More villains kept creeping out of the woodwork as Batman went along — some created by Batman's own actions/indirect actions. In The Dark Knight the Joker even alludes to this, stating that Batman himself is partly responsible for 'freaks' like him coming into being.' As a comic book nerd, this one is my fav...