Both of them had such a great interplay, but Pyg was the best addition. I love that he has as much (if not more) flamboyance than Joker, but none of the nuance.
>It seems like DC was just trying to make a disturbing character
I think this is 100% Morrison senpai(ily)
It's a pity they're all dead, the X-Men need new villains
Doctor Rot is pretty cool. He's too over-the-top of a villain to not be funny in a dark comedy way. Not to mention
mind-control machine made out of brains
If movies count
Can the agency of Spyral as a whole be considered a villain?
Do legacy characters count?
Well he was still moving a bit afterwards and his power is partly being an afterlife. He should be alright since part of Soule's agenda seems to be increasing the villain roster for the inhumans.
Mostly for the excellent casting choice of Ron Perlman. The character itself is a fairly generic 'ultimate evil that wants to end all life in existence' which has never ever been done before.
He didn't do a good job developing the villains in the two chapter arcs outside of his motives we don't know a lot about lash and we basically know nothing about the capo. The two chapters with max worked. I think Soule just needs more time with setting up new characters.
besides he is doing four chapter arcs now so he probably prefers it that way
Still fucking mad as shit that this was actually a thing. he sees finn, drops his gun and engages in melee. and he just happened to have a shock baton or whatever the fuck. like, why?