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The Tick!
Gallery of villains and Supervillains

Barry (The Tick)

Barry Hubris (The Tick)

Barry was a superhero known as The Tick until The Tick beat him in a namesake fight. Now Barry lives only to get his name and equipment back and to get revenge on The Tick.

Many people would still consider Barry to be a superhero, but he really doesn't act like one so I put him here instead.

Appearances:

The Chainsaw Vigilante

The Chainsaw Vigilante

The Chainsaw Vigilante wanders around attacking people who think they are superheroes to show them that they are mere humans afterall. Of course, when he attacked The Tick and was defeated his whole villain motif was threatened and so he has sworn revenge.

Appearances:

Chairface Chippendale

Chairface Chippendale

Chairface is an evil genius who is unhappy that he doesn't get enough press. During a grand villain gala, he tries to write his name on the Moon (cosmic vandalism!) but he is thwarted by the untimely aliveness of The Tick and Angus MacGuire. I have a feeling he'll be back, though...

Appearances:

District Manager

District Manager

Ok, so District Manager is a wussy. Even his own boss, Sagin, was out to get him because he was such a wussy. But, hey, he created a line of incredibly funny ninjas!

District Manager took over the American Ninja operation when he overthrew the elder Shing. The new Ninjas were very different, though, as District Manager emphasized profits over capability, and soon the Ninjas were the butt of many jokes (and the owners of a theme-park).

Appearances: The Tick #3: Night of a Million-Zillion Ninja, The Tick #4: A Big Fight, The Tick #5: Early Morning of a Million Zillion Ninjas

King Crime

King Crime

King Crime was the prime supervillain of the 'golden age' of heroism. He was foiled by The Sultan and others, and appears prominently in The Sultan's book.

Appearances: The Tick #8: A Matter of Cosmic Import...and other stories...

The Ninjas

The Ninjas

These guys are hilarious. They appear in most of the early Tick series by Ben Edlund, and every single frame is funny. The Ninjas are now incompetent thanks to the business emphasis of District Manager, but they certainly do TRY to act menacing...

Unfortunately, they make Tick mad and he winds up destroying most of them and Ninja world (their theme park).

Appearances: The Tick #1: The Tick!, The Tick #2: Hi-Rise HiJinx (The paper has a staff Ninja), The Tick #3: Night of a Million-Zillion Ninja, The Tick #4: A Big Fight, The Tick #5: Early Morning of a Million Zillion Ninjas

The Red Eye!  Beware!

The Red Eye!

The Red Eye is a creepy villain who hitchhikes across the country killing people basically by scaring them to death. He originally appeared as a character in a scary Twilight-Zone style comic book that The Tick was reading, which causes Tick, of course, to became immensely freaked out. The Red Eye reappears later while Tick and Arthur are road tripping to New York City and Tick is forced to battle him psychologically once Arthur is scared into submission.

Appearances: The Tick #8: A Matter of Cosmic Import...and other stories...

The Red Scare

The Red Scare

The Red Scare is a rental villain from Villains Inc. When The Red Scare battles The Running Guy and The Tick, the result is immense laughter. You have to check out this guy's dialogue! I just wish that he would wear the little Kremlin dome hat (the one that makes him look like a Hershey's Kiss).

The Red Scare in the comics was known as The Whirling Scottish Devil when he lived in Ottowa, but he really doesn't look like The Whirling Scottish Devil from the cartoon series.

Appearances: The Tick #6: Villains, Inc.

Sagin

Sagin

Sagin is a master Ninja from Japan. He is the boss of District Manager and the sworn enemy of Paul the Samurai. Unlike the many incompetant American Ninjas, Sagin is very fit, stealthy, and evil. When he sees what is left of Ninja World after Tick destroys it he vows revenge...on District Manager and the American Ninjas for their commercialization of Ninjitsu. It seems likely that he would have offed the lot of them had he not been killed...

Appearances: The Tick #4: A Big Fight, The Tick #5: Early Morning of a Million Zillion Ninjas


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