It’s better to be the lead villain than the ‘LED villain’. Otherwise, the only recourse you will have to defeat the hero and take over the world will be through the sole use of super-bright light-emitting diodes. That would make you less of a super villain and more of an undying, hardcore raver. You would get laughed at in the ranks of the super villains. Your super power would be that you can provide instant light if there’s a power outage and someone really needs to read a book. Look on the bright side, you will be accepted in the inner-circle of overaged candy-flippers — and Mega Man 2 enemies.
Erik Apple is beyond the man in more ways than one. He’s still a man, but he’s beyond a man at the same time. Sort of like how we were convinced that Blade was a human and a vampire, but he sided with his human side to eradicate all vampires. Perhaps you’re a little confused. Erik Apple is not a vampire. We’ve seen him in a mirror, it’s confirmed. He’s just a really cool guy that’s playing the role of a villain in the upcoming MMA movie, ‘Warrior‘. I’m sure he can explain it better than I, so watch this brief interview and be sure to listen to the very last thing Erik says, since he absolutely believes it to be true.