Even Super Villains need advice. The personal diary of a Super Villain should help…
For those starting out as a Super Villain, the road ahead can seem tough, so here are pages from my personal diary, helping you learn from my experience and showing you how easy it can be.
With Evil Geniuses an increasingly accepted part of society today, the young up-and-coming Super Villain probably doesn’t realise what we had to go through in the early days of morally-ambiguous rights.
Monday, 03 February 1992
O’Week started today. The Chancellor gave a big speech about how happy they were to be an inclusive University and were so proud to have a small number of Evil Students joining the school this year. Then he showed pictures of the six of us and told the rest of the students to watch out for us around the campus. Which was a nice thing for him to do, especially since he was obviously ill, coughing quite often between words in his speech.
After the speech me and the other five evil students were pulled aside and told that we voluntarily required to meet with the new Villainous Student Councillor, Mr Ray. This is apparently part of his work-release programme as he has spent the last couple of years in gaol for some reason. Oh first meeting with him is tomorrow.
Sometimes when I’m on campus I feel that everyone else is thinking that I don’t belong here, but I guess every fresher feels like that.