Why Good Villains Are Important is a great lesson for anyone who may wonder the importance of a well-written, 3-dimensional villain. Startraveller776 uses both Loki and Red Skull as stellar examples of what made their MCU renditions work (or fail), and why a 3-dimensional villain is important – not just to the bad guy, but to the hero of the tale. Take heed, potential film makers out there!
Startraveller776 is one of my favourite fanfic writers within the Loki fandom, and has some fantastic writing tutorials available for anyone looking to improve their writing. She’s holding a free creative writing workshop (check out the info here) and has kindly allowed this article to be posted here.
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