If you do not see a villain on this list you want, make sure you read our first article at…
If there’s still one you feel we missed, leave a comment. We might just have to make a part three.
Each version of the character has the ability to temporarily absorb the life-energy, superpowers, and knowledge of their victim. This includes Superman.
Might not be a great villain to go up against the hero alone, but he will work great as a part of a group of bad guys.
He is a criminal who uses toy-based or toy-themed devices and gimmicks in his various crimes against Superman. The Toyman made frequent appearances in the Golden Age comics as a comedic clown, but his more recent appearances are downright disturbing.
He would be a entertaining and visually stunning foe.
Mister Mxyzptlk hails from the 5th Dimension, and has powers beyond imagining. Seeking out any amusement, he routinely challenges Superman, the Man of Steel. While often more an annoying nuisance than a malicious entity, Mxyzptlk’s great power makes him a force to be reckoned with.
He is an odd character indeed, but he is one of Superman’s most powerful villains.
He was the tyrannical ruler of Warworld, an artificial satellite that traveled the galaxy picking up slaves for gladiatorial combat. Superman was one of the people he kidnapped and enslaved into his fights. When Superman refuses to kill, Mongul decides to fight the man himself.
Might be a great way to get a bunch of villains into one movie.