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.
Tuesday, 04 February 1992
I arrived early for the meeting with the Villainous Student Councillor. None of the others had arrived yet. In fact, me and the councillor (he said I could call him by his first name “Def”) waited until well after the meeting was supposed to end and none of the others even turned up! I didn’t realise that being evil also included being forgetful.
Def asked me if he thought my mutant powers is what turned me evil. I told him I didn’t have any mutant powers. He looked surprised and then asked, almost rhetorically if I was one of those mutants who is mutated to look funny, but doesn’t get powers along with it. I said I wasn’t a mutant. Def looked confused and asked if I was sure. I said my parents had had me tested. May times. Def looked surprised and confused. Then suddenly embarrassed.
Def rescheduled the meeting for the same time tomorrow.
It’s weird how often that mutant question comes up, isn’t it? I’m sure everyone is asked it constantly, too.
Note: The above is taken from my actual diary written at the time. Some of the names have been changed to protect the evil. For example the name “Def Ray” is being used to replace the name of the former villain “Death Ray.”