Author: Ras Ashcroft
Published: February 2012
Summary: Are you tired of living a humdrum life? Is there little to look forward to except a dead-end job and more news headlines that remind you of your insignificance in the world? Do you think the future of humanity depends on your potent leadership skills? Well forget about the nonsense of running for political office and become a supervillain instead.
Fancy degrees and qualifications are not required. With this concise guide, you will learn all the basic tricks of the trade. Ease into your first seedy business, create a large organisation with interests in finance, media and politics, and build a powerful military force. Eventually you will launch your crusade to rule the entire planet. Take your shot at world domination – and hit the bull’s-eye. (Taken from Goodreads)
Thoughts: As soon as I started reading Supervillain I started laughing. This book is a pretty funny book and so I was laughing out loud at parts quite often.
Supervillain, is a pretty good guide on how to become a supervillain. Each chapter presents different information that will help anyone on their quest to become a supervillain. Some of the advice was really interesting and some of it was quite funny.
I think my favourite chapter would have to be the chapter would have to be the one about Superheroes, it was really fun to read and I definitely loved that one the most.
Overall, I thought that Supervillain: The Concise Guide was a fun and interesting little book that teaches you about the ins and outs of being a supervillain in a slightly realistic light.
Source: Ras Ashcroft for review