The man in the big yellow hat, now I never thought of that one. I always thought it would be someone with a railgun that fired Twinkies.
I immediately thought of this guy:
But seriously, Green Lantern has always had the weakest nemeses. Sinestro? Leaving aside the coincidence that he's a weaselly looking guy with a love for yellow and his own power ring, SINESTRO? Seriously? Does the man have no self esteem? Were "Jerkman" and "Baddy-Bad-Badenstein" already taken?
I always wondered how these supposedly true-life comics, with ol' depressed Peter Parker and all those reality storylines, could have such asinine names. The whole notion of villains who hate themselves simply based upon their lame names always stood out to me. Why, why would you name yourself something lame? That has to be like 99% of the intimidation factor for a supervillain. Think about Penguin. He doesn't even have powers. Small wonder Batman kicks small waddling bird villain's butt every time. "Ohmigosh, an evil PENGUIN? Robin, get out the bat birdseed and a bat lamp!"
Now, Dr. Doom, that's a cool name. Yes, Sinestro is similarly using his own name, but geez, couldn't he come up with something, ANYTHING, better? It's like being named "Dombaz" or "Crook" and deciding to stick with that as your super-name. C'mon. If you're not in the mood for originality, at least go with "Yellow Lantern." I guess all his creativity got absorbed by the $#@!% power ring or something.
The Gorton Fisherman? What would he do to Green Lantern? Slap him with a pollock? Force him to eat fish sticks?
Ok, that last one is kind of funny, in a Kanye West kind of way.
Seriously, though, at least Yella Fella would have a convenient Walkin' Tall-esque two by four handy.
I have one we could both agree on: Geoffrey from Toys R Us. He could throw those trademark backwards Rs ala Gambit. And we know he's evil--anyone who can't write the letter R correctly must be a minion of Satan.