It’s a question you’ve probably asked yourself already.
When it comes to defining who is or isn’t a “good guy”, we’re pretty good at guessing who’s evil or a “bad guy” by looking at who the characters we love are.
But what about when it comes time to choose a villain for a series?
Well, there are a couple of contenders for the top spot, and they’re both very different from each other.
So, which character has the most power in the books?
Let’s explore the contenders.
Evil season 2 is the series most successful entry, with more than 2 million viewers tuning in to watch the first season, and counting.
The show’s writers have been working on a second season for the past two years, and it has already been given the greenlight by Amazon.
The second season will be an eight-episode arc, but it will be split into two arcs, with each arc lasting about a half-hour.
That means that the show will get to explore some of the darker aspects of the series, including a storyline featuring the titular “Bad Guy” from season one.
The series will also be returning to its original setting of “The Citadel”, where the first series finale took place.
The second season of the show was very much a retelling of the first, and even featured a new villain named “Keeper of the Sword” who is now played by James McAvoy.
In the first episode, “The Eye”, we learn that “Ketter”, as the villainous character is named, is an amalgamation of “Bad, Evil, and Good” with the word “Evil” written across the top of his head.
Ketter was created by the villain Ketter, the Evil One, to stop the human race from taking over the universe and turning the entire world into one big, evil, hellish place.
That’s why he’s so evil, but in season two, he’s actually kind of a sympathetic character.
The evil Ketter will still try to do good things in the world, but he’s going to have to learn how to deal with some tough questions like: Are humans really evil, or are we just trying to survive?
In the end, Ketter’s motivations are pretty simple: If he can do it all the time, he can win, and the world will be saved.
Unfortunately, Ketters evil agenda will cause the whole universe to explode, and he’ll have to face his biggest challenge yet, a giant robot called the Keeper.
Ketter will try to use his knowledge of human history to build his empire, but once he gets to the Citadel, he’ll find that humanity is still far too primitive to be controlled by a single leader.
He’ll also discover that humans don’t have much to offer the Citadel except to protect it from the other races, and to help him.
But that’s where the similarities end.
Kett will need to choose who to trust the most, as he discovers that the Citadel is actually just a front for the Keeper, who’s trying to destroy humanity by enslaving it.
As for the villains, there’s only one name on the books that everyone seems to have a favorite.
In season 1, Evil season 1 was the first to bring us “the Butcher”.
In season 2 (and the books), Evil season 2 will introduce “The Dark Knight”.
But, unlike The Butcher, Evil won’t be a superhero.
Instead, he will be a villain, who is going to do everything in his power to destroy everyone.
The Dark Knight will be one of the most important antagonists in the series.
The Dark Knights plan is simple: Destroy everything in their path and try to kill the one person who can save the world.
And, when the Keeper comes to the scene, it will destroy him, leaving the world to be destroyed.
That is the Dark Knight’s plan.
The story will continue from there, with Ketter and The Dark Knights coming to terms with the fact that their only way to save the galaxy is to destroy the Citadel.
But wait, there is more!
If Evil season two gets a second go, the characters will finally be faced with a bigger question: Do they really want to save humanity?
And who will decide who is the “good one”?
In the first two seasons of the season, we learned a lot about Ketter.
We learned that he’s a brilliant strategist who’s capable of turning a human society into a paradise.
And we also learned that The Dark Ketter is a super-villain with powers that could make him invincible.
He’s been around for a long time, but now that he has a name, we know he is a threat to humanity.
And Ketter isn’t the only one.
The villains also have some major differences to their counterparts from the books.
The Keeper will be the only antagonist in the show to have appeared in the comics