Only months ago Erich Von Tigel, noted sociologist and flamboyant advocate of fictional villains, made a tremendous discovery during a routine visit to Munich. There is, and always has been, a wide-reaching and all-inclusive brotherhood of sinister minds. In short, all great bad guys in cinematic history are real, and they all know each other. What’s more, they have maintained an impressive library of their individual, personal expressions (i.e. poems, journal entries, collage, etc.). With the approval of this brotherhood, Von Tigel has gone public with this information.