Which villain would you want to be?

Which villain would you want to be?

It feels good to be bad


Heath Ledger's performance of the Joker is iconic and earned him a posthumous Academy Award.
Photo: Warner Bros.

A witch of the high seas

I would be Ursula from the Disney movie The Little Mermaid because she's really powerful. She knows how to use magic and becomes queen of the entire ocean!

Ting Ting, 13, Kwok Tak Seng Catholic Secondary School

A tricky enemy

I would love to be Jim Moriarty in Sherlock. Although he is a villain, he is really clever, always manages to wrangle his way out of tricky situations, and is the only one who can challenge Sherlock Holmes. I would love to be that smart.

Hannah Ho, 12, Maryknoll Fathers' School

Fun, fashion and fabulousness!

Harley Quinn, from Suicide Squad, is my favourite villain; she is wild, cunning and totally fearless. But honestly, what I love most about Harley is her amazing pink and blue hair!

Sit Yan-tung, 14, Kwok Tak Seng Catholic Secondary School

A mighty queen

I would be Adelina Amouteru from The Young Elites by Marie Lu. She betrays her friends, takes revenge on those who wrong her, uses her powers to kill and torture people and becomes a mighty queen - that's way more than your average villain manages to accomplish before they're killed.

Kylie Leung, 16, Our Lady of the Rosary College

A Lannister always pays their debts

I would become Cersei Lannister from Game of Thrones, because she is the most powerful woman in a world that is dominated by men. She definitely has a murderous streak, but every crime she commits is to protect her family. Shes also completely fearless in the face of her enemies. Cersei is without a doubt one of the best villains of all time.

Kyoko Mak, 17, Workers' Children Secondary School

Why so serious?

I would be the Joker because he's so clever that Batman, with all his hi-tech weapons, still can't defeat him. Everyone is scared of the Joker. Although he doesn't have any superpowers, he can cause chaos with his brilliant ideas.

Elkin Chan Tat-hang, 12, Hong Kong Chinese Women's Club College

A wolf in sheep's clothing?

I'd choose Dawn Bellwether from Zootopia. She makes a great villain because she's a cute fluffy sheep, so no one would ever suspect her. She's really good at keeping her true evil identity under wraps.

Melody Ho, 12, Shatin Tsung Tsin Secondary School

A good guy at heart?

I want to become Lots-o'-Huggin' Bear from Toy Story 3. He may be the bad guy in the movie, but I feel bad for him because he has a really sad backstory. He only became a villain because he was abandoned and replaced. I think he's actually super cute.

Wing Hau, 15, Fung Kai Liu Man Shek Tong Secondary School

At least I'd be a wizard

I would become Voldemort from Harry Potterbecause, despite being evil and pretty creepy-looking, at least he knows magic. And I would never pass up the chance to learn magic - especially at Hogwarts.

Charlotte Choi, 12, Sha Tin College

Doing wrong for the right reasons

Yagami Light from the manga series Death Note. Despite using his powers to kill countless people, he only kills criminals who have done wrong. His actions, although brutal, help reduce crime rate. He's a villain who still has some goodness left in him.

Hua Man-ching, 16, South Island School

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