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Best Star Trek Reboot Villain
Poll: Best Star Trek Reboot Villain
Nero
John Harrison
Krall
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ange1e4e5
Rohan

Nov 3 2016, 2:54am

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Ataahua
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Nov 3 2016, 3:03am

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Nero - an ordinary man/Romulan with a truly frightening obsession. / [In reply to] Can't Post

 


ange1e4e5
Rohan

Nov 3 2016, 4:06am

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He's the one who really gave me the chills whenever he was onscreen. I'd have to say, the villains got better and better.


HOBBITFAN13
Lorien

Nov 4 2016, 11:37am

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Chills man. Nothing can beat Benedict Cumberbatch's performance as Khan even though we saw the reveal coming it was still awesome. I think Krall was better than Nero though and I do like Beyond better than Into Darkness. But Khan is the best!


Omnigeek
Lorien


Nov 29 2016, 6:31am

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but I'd have to go with Khan. Nero was a really stupid idea for a villain that felt cartoonish and Krall was menacing at first but felt inadequate when "explained". OTOH, Benedict Cumberbatch gave depth to Khan and his devotion to his people.

 
 

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