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Classic Black
Classic black has long been the dominant choice for evil-doers throughout the world. Sinister, foreboding, and so damned fashionable, it creates a mysterious air will providing benefits of fear and stealth. The color is also extremely versatile, working quite well with business suits, trench coats, cloaks, and capes. While many hero-types and vigilantes now prefer this manner of dress as well, classic black still remains the most stylish fashion for villains across the globe today.
Corporate Suit
The corporate suit is a favored choice among the more business-oriented evil-doer, allowing those with refined tastes to retain a certain degree of style and grace. They are quite versatile, suited for anything ranging from company mergers to the destruction of third world countries. Furthermore, this mode of dress has the added bonus of making the more"scruffy" heroes uneasy, particularly when confronting you at a five-star-restaraunt. Their lack of class in these cases almost always results in them being thrown out by their feet.
Supervillain Costume with Gimmicks
This is a popular choice for the supervillain who has read one too many comic books. Be it a green jumpsuit with question marks or a clown suit that shoots confetti, the gimmicky costume brings nostalgic smiles to demented fanboys however. This outlandish garb ensures the evil-doer will be remembered while also providing a motif to theme oneself by (i.e. I am the Lizard, and use my tail shedding weapon on you.) We must note however that due to changing fashion trends, spandex is no longer as widely applauded as it once used to be.
Robotic Exoskeleton
There are many benefits to adopting a robotic exoskeleton, and this option should not be overlooked. The evil genius who was once frail and wreak can now gain the strength of ten men, unleashing his id and destroying all in his path. Machine guns can be attached to the side and lasers to the arm, and should your body ever be destroyed your head can detach and rocket back to your underground lair. While you may experience occasional problems getting served in public, as any evil genius will tell you it is a small price to pay.
Dark Gunslinger
The dark gunslinger look is an excellent choice for the period supervillain who wants to strike fear into all who cross him. By wearing a low-brimmed hat and menacing poncho, your very appearance will cause terror in supporting cast members and extras everywhere. The two six-shooters that come standard with it will have an amazingly endless supply of bullets, and you will find that you will never even have to reload. Finally, your arrival will be announced by strange bird calls, a sign to all that hear it they soon will be dead. Poor bastards.
Brain in a Jar
Though this option does not allow for as much mobility and personal interaction as the others, the brain in a jar has been a favorite among supervillains for decades. By suspending your brain in a slimy green goo you can effectively cheat death while gaining amazing gross-out factor. Your henchmen will be incredibly confused as you rant at them without any vocal cords, and your deformed appearance can disturb heroes at very key moments. When they finally break into your lair at last to confront you on your evil deeds, the look of sheer horror upon their faces will allow more than ample time for you to summon your robot army and decimate them.
Intelligence Transferred into a Computer
This choice is quite similar to brain in a jar, only modernized and with more benefits. Through the simple process of transferring your intelligence into a computer, you can essentially gain immortality and the ability to rule your evil empire beyond certain death. Television cameras will act as your eyes and robots warriors your hands, as you plot destruction from twenty miles beneath the earth's crust. And since transforming yourself into binary code tends to wrench away any last bits of humanity you might have, destroying the earth will become that much easier.
Evil Twin/Opposite
Another popular option is that of body-double, allowing you to wreak untold havok in the hero's lives. By being born into the role of evil twin or through the miracle of modern cloning technology, you can literally become the mirror image of your goodly nemesis. The heroes will confide in you their most secret of plans, while your identical handprint will allow you to infiltrate even the most well defended of bases. And as the protagonists rush in to stop you, they will be stunned to see that you are them, or they are you, or... well, let's just say it'll screw with them.
Wearing the Skin of another Human
Perhaps you're not human at all, but a demon spawned on another world. Or maybe you're a serial killer, or necromancer who likes switching into other people's bodies. Whatever your story, you may want to try wearing the skin of other humans. By wrapping a carcass around your body you can easily escape detection while commiting all manner of atrocity. The different bodies will keep the authorities guessing, and whenever they finally catch up to you it is simply a matter of shedding the skin and transferring over to the next. You can also have lots of fun destroying the hero's lives with this option. When he sees his lover literally rip out of her skin in front of him, the look on his face is priceless.
Never Revealing your Face
This final possibility is perhaps best of all, as it allows the evil-doer to remain completely hidden to the outside world. Instead of being known by any particular name or costumey gimmick, you can simply be known as the mysterious thing that no one ever sees but all knows really exists. The nightmarish monstrosity only hinted in rumors and whispered in folktales, existing out there somwhere , with a big question mark over their face. Figuratively speaking, of course.