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  • SWLover2

    Historically, the biggest problem with D.I.T., especially the D.I.T. Literary Universe, has been its villains.

    While many of them are mighty and powerful and filled with muscles, several certainly aren't, such as the ones featured in D. Isaac Thomas' latest release, "Diary of a Troubled Eighth Grader." In fact, the main villain isn't really even a villain. So I took a look at the primary antagonist from each book so far to give you a sense of which were the strongest (and weakest).

    This list doesn't include all villains in the DLU: just major ones with some very special exceptions (Willie the Banker). It also excludes Pete and Helen McKeen, who are good now and it was kind of obvious they would be eventually.

    30. President Evans (The X-Childr…

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  • SWLover2

    Historically, the biggest problem with D.I.T., especially the D.I.T. Literary Universe, has been its villains.

    "The Latest Threat" was praised back in January for having one of the best villains in the universe (and in fictional history).

    Annabeth, who has charisma and sophistication of plenty, and fluctuates loyalty so often it's hard to keep up, is another great example.

    Mr. Stupid NoHead was recognized for being a well-written, menacing villain in "Pride of the Super Babies" and the "Before The SMSB" franchise. He's portrayed as an embodiment of evil despite D. Isaac Thomas' current shortage of literary education and electronic limitations that made villains like the Lord of the North underwhelming and cheesy.

    And while many other villains …

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  • DarthSidious4ever

    Bye

    May 20, 2016 by DarthSidious4ever

    I regret to say that I am leaving the wikia community soon. It's been a fun time, but I will have to delete my account soon for various reasons. It's been a fun journey, my friends.

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