Real Name: Unknown (see Comments)

Identity/Class: Unknown (see Comments)

Occupation: Unknown; super-villain (see Comments)

Group Membership: None (see Comments)

Affiliations: None (see Comments)

Enemies: Louise "Weezie" Grant-Mason (formerly the Blonde Phantom), The Thing (Benjamin J. Grimm)

Known Relatives: None (see Comments)

Aliases: None known (see Comments)

Base of Operations: Unknown (see Comments)

First Appearance: Sensational She-Hulk#48 (February, 1993)

Powers/Abilities: "Your Favorite Villain" seems to possess some resistance to injury enabling him/her/it to survive direct attacks from the Thing and the She-Hulk-augmented Louise Grant-Mason. His/Her/Its primary power was contained in an undiscerned weapon capable of nearly limitless destruction.







History: (Sensational She Hulk#48) - "Your Favorite Villain" appeared in New York City on a rampage in Central Park across from the apartment of Jennifer Walters (The She-Hulk). Because of the gamma radiation in her body, the She-Hulk was at a disadvantage because during an Ovoid mind-transfer attempt, she had unwittingly transferred her superhuman strength and stamina to her good friend Louise Grant-Mason. Louise took the She-Hulk’s place in fighting "Your Favorite Villain" just as the Thing flew Mr. Fantastic overhead with news about the Ovoid transfer. The Thing leapt to fight alongside Louise as they ganged up on "Your Favorite Villain" and defeated him/her/it.






Comments: Created by John Byrne, Glynis Oliver, Renée Witterstatter and Tom DeFalco.

    According to the She-Hulk (talking directly to her readers), the creators that be of She-Hulk II#48 couldn’t settle on a villain for this issue so they decided to let the readers pick whatever bad guy (or gal) for the month. The whole issue was set up exactly like one of Mad Magazine’s (™) old 1970s Mad-Lib books with several spaces to fit in the appropriate comment or reference. In fact, the code name Mad-Lib has been unofficially suggested for this character. However, for the sake of the confines of the Marvel Universe, this could just as easily be a cosmic entity with reality-altering polymorphic powers which affect reality around it, causing it to appear simultaneously as various rivals to the heroes who perceive it as well as resulting in the speech impediments of people talking like the mad-libs involved.

    It has also been proposed that the so-called entity was just an overlap of several realities at once and Weezie and the Thing were battling a different foe in each timeline. To the witnesses, they just saw a different villain from different vantage points.

    Or it could just be the Space Phantom shape shifting out of control…

    However, once you get into the idea of the concept of a mad-lib villain, you soon start to realize that some of your favorite villains really don’t work so well in this routine (like say Morgan Le Fay or one-time villainess Glazier from Incredible Hulk II#262).

    Anyways, here’s a few favorite villains suggested by the Masters of the Obscure: Batroc (Jean Marc Lofficer), Fusion the Twin Terror (Snood), Super-Adaptoid (Markus Raymond), Mysterio (Prime Eternal), Bullseye (Stunner) and Morgan Le Fay (Thor2000).

by Will U

"Your Favorite Villain" is not to be confused with:

Images taken from: (not counting ads)
Sensational She-Hulk#48, pg. 13, p3
Sensational She-Hulk#48, pg. 17, p3

Sensational She-Hulk#48 (February, 1993) - John Byrne (writer/artist), Renee Witterstaetter (editor)

First Posted: 07/07/2004
Last updated: 07/13/2004

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