Play Tribune writes: "Come on, let’s face it – we all like a great villain. In novels and movies, the bad guy is invariably more interesting than the hero. They often have more personality, more charisma, more compelling back-stories and, more often than not, a whole host of memorable lines and idiosyncrasies. Think Darth Vader in Star Wars, or Long John Silver in Treasure Island. The villains of the piece are usually so much more compelling than the clean-cut heroes."