EvilFTW (also called Evil FTW and Evil for the Win) is a web original with a full comic. It started out with a series of stories, then one-day scripts with a header picture on LiveJournal, and finally the deviantART comic.EvilFTW is placed somewhat in the real world. It is a superhero-type comic, except it focuses on the villains: Selan, Selanio and Xeno. Under the respective codenames of Lady Ira, Baron von Boom and Omen, the three regularly terrorize the city, hindered only by the local superhero, Apogee (named after a part of a planetary/satellite orbit, of all things), and their own weaknesses. Baron von Boom has shown thoughts of becoming the team's leader and displacing the bubbly Lady Ira, but Omen and the baron's own mistakes have prevented this thus far.Found here: http://evilftw.livejournal.com/ and http://selanpike.deviantart.com/The sequel, EvilFTW: Applied Villainy, is now out. It can be found here: http://appliedvillainy.tumblr.com/
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Aerith and Bob: On one side of the spectrum, there's Ann. On the other, there's Xenophon.
Affably Evil: Practically everyone in this series is some shade of this — even Reza is amiable enough when he tries to convince Ira's group to join his regime over some drinks — but Selan and Ann probably exemplify this trope best. In the very first episode Selan is trying to give her new rivals a fruit basket, and Ann, well, does the affable part so much that she forgets the evil most of the time.
Battle Couple: Brian and Ann are a borderline-Toy Ship Battle Couple, just like Brian's parents, the supervillain duo Gamma and Beta, were before his dad got arrested. Selan and Selanio qualify as well.
Clark Kenting: In spades. None of the villains bother covering their face when in costume ? really, Selanio barely even changes from his civilian clothes to become Baron von Boom. (The only noticeable difference between the Baron and Selanio in his normal clothes is the black bowtie that the Baron wears.) Tavvy at least makes an effort with the eye-covering goggles, but the fact that he has bright green hair and makes no effort to hide this as Apogee definitely takes a few points off. To be fair, their secret identities don?t really stay all that secret.
Embarrassing Rescue: There have been multiple times where Apogee saves the main villains — either because the villains were in their civilian identity and Apogee was just saving them as he would any normal civilian, or because Apogee's just too good a guy to not help out people in their time of need, even when those people are his arch-enemies.
Emotion Bomb: Dalix's superpower, along with invulnerability.
Enemy Mine: Apogee and Ira's group team up quite a lot, actually, whether it's against aliens, Ira's kidnappers, or some other supervillain.
For the Evulz: Main motivation of the characters, but rarely so extreme.
Gadgeteer Genius: Brian and Ann are a sort of Battle Couple consisting of two of these. Brian has, on one occasion, made Tesla?s death ray based on the technology available at the time simply to relieve stress, and Ann has considered inventing cold fusion for the purpose of one invention.
Generation Xerox: Turns out Brian and Ann are a lot like Brian's parents were back in the day. Specifically, Brian and Ann are a supervillain duo, with Brian being the villainous one and Ann just tagging along — just like Joseph and Meredith were a supervillain duo, with Meredith being the villainous one and Joseph just tagging along.
Genius Bruiser: Selanio's superpower is Super Strength, sure, but he's also much better at making bombs than any normal college student should be, and he gets straight A's in his classes.
Gone Horribly Right: Clovis was once part of a government experiment designed to give soldiers superpowers — they managed to get it right with Clovis, but it probably wasn't the best idea to continue inhumane tests on someone who's more powerful than all the scientists that worked there combined.
Power Incontinence: Xeno, with his emotion-controlled psychic powers, is bound to have this. Although he had some trouble keeping his powers under control when he first received them, by the time the series properly starts he has already solved that problem... but it's still not the best idea to get him mad.
Weaksauce Weakness: Selanio is deathly afraid of small furry animals. Also, Selan's hypoglycemia means that eating sugary foods renders her completely useless in battle, and even without sugar she's apt to faint from exhaustion eventually.