Known to occur approximately half way through any movie with an evil villain, just after said evil villain describes his undefeatable plan to take over the entire world. Things generally go downhill from there, until the super hero kills the villain shortly after said evildoer says, How could this have happened? My plan was perfect.
- From Grave Peril: "'Jokes,' the voice hissed. 'Jokes will not save you now.' 'Hell's bells, Kravos,' I muttered, sitting up again. 'Do they produce a Cliched Lines Textbook for Villains or something? Go for broke. Tell me that since you're going to kill me anyway, you might as well reveal your secret plan.'" (349)
(Sometimes this "death" scene is followed by one of the GoodGuy?s saying
Nobody could've survived that! if there's a sequel in the works...)
Spellchecking is a good thing.
Also: Buahaha! or Bwahahaha! or Muahahahaha! or Bohahahahahahahahahaha!
is an art. and like every art, it has its masters. most readers of wiki have not met the EvilLaugh
grandmaster. but i have. he resides here in denver. i am using his computer. do not try to compete with his EvilLaugh
. you will be destroyed. mark me well, for when the day of reckoning comes there shall be mercy for those who stand against him. so it is written.
is known to be very therapeutic.
I must contest this. As most Otaku know well, Jinnai (from El Hazard: The Magnificent World
) has the greatest, most evil, and most maniacal laugh ever heard.
- I'm still voting for Dr. Evil, personally.
- Kefka indisputably has the best Evil Laugh. Kafka is just plain evil.