January 1, 2007

The SuperVillain Test

Happy 2007, everyone!
Oh, no, what a way to start a new year. I am Lex Luthor

Lex Luthor 62%
Dr. Doom 57%
Kingpin 55%
Green Goblin 52%
Mr. Freeze 46%
The Joker 39%
Apocalypse 34%
Riddler 33%
Poison Ivy 30%
Catwoman 29%
Mystique 28%
Magneto 27%
Venom 21%
Dark Phoenix 12%
Juggernaut 12%
Two-Face 12%

A brilliant businessman on a quest for world domination and the self-proclaimed greatest criminal mind of our time!

Click here to take the "Which Super Villain are you?" quiz...

Then again, looking at the other options maybe Lex Luthor isn't so bad ... at least the guy has some charisma. Overall I suspect I'm just not really supervillain material.


Anonymous said...


Happy New Year. I have a new year pic at my blog; you can see the contrast between the December pic and the 1st January one. I was amazed at such a blue sky I had to snap this.


PS. Sorry, this is off-topic. I am not wicked at all, tho.

Anonymous said...


Thanks for your reply. Why is it called the World Wide Web when very few people are responding to posts? Furthermore, I suspect that this is the same anonymous person responding to every blog thusly: “Gee. Nice blog!” I would not say that if somebody paid me.I have a theory about this.

Zillions of bloggers are writing and posting they don’t have time to write in response to other blogs. I suppose we should feel content that the blog is actually being read at all. I attempted some research about this. Some people have blogs and they create their own pseudonymous responders in various guises. Most blogs are being read, especially those registered with various blog-linking devices, such as Bloggernity, Topblogsites, Bloggoriffic; going via that route is less annoying than carpet-bombing every Blog of Note that pops up.


PS. This is a duplicate reply to save you going to my blog again, so you can delete this if you like

Anonymous said...

Im already Darkman so ill stick with him.

Anonymous said...

I thought this link was very funny. Thanks and congrats on being listed as a Blog of Note.

BTW, I'm the Joker, even though I've never danced with the devil in the pale moonlight.


My alter ego: Superman. Go figure.

Anonymous said...

I was just perusing the web and I stumbled across your blog. Any blogger that incorporates which super villain they tested themselves to be is clearly a blog I need to follow more often! Rock on!

Anonymous said...

LOL - I agree w/ Jim (above). Stumbled across the blog and anyone that includes the supervillan test (aha! I am Poison Ivy) is a blog I need to check out. Nothing like starting the new year with an (evil) plan - ahaahahahahhah (ok, that was manical laughter, but didn't come out right) Laurie

Anonymous said...

Poison Ivy here - I agree with Jim (above). Any blog that includes supervillan tests is a blog to follow. Now that I have an (evil) plan for the New Year, I'm ready to go. Laurie

Steve said...

If anyone has any clue as to why the layout of this post is so messed up I'd be delighted to know the answer - I have simplified the HTML considerably, but without any beneficial results.

Anonymous said...

What fun! Apparenly I'm Apocalypse but there's a snag. I'm not blue and Huge. In fact I'm a little old Granny.

(Cool disguise, eh?)

Hydrargentium said...

Whoo! I'm Apocalypse too!

I, too, tried to fix the layout of the test results in my own Blogspot post, and got only slightly better results -- I still end up with a huge space after the title. I believe it has to do with the CSS settings for one of the containing block items (probably a div), but I didn't look hard enough at the Blogspot style sheets to puzzle it all out.