You heard the excuses, next year, I WILL NOT drag this out as long as I did. March Madness on my site here this year felt like April Madness. Yes, I got super busy with getting my first house and making preparations for my wedding in two weeks. For that, I apologize. Thank you for keeping up with your loyal votes. Thank you for keeping up with this, and making this third March Madness Heroes vs. Villains vote one to remember.
We started back in March with 64 heroes and villains, hailing from the worlds of movies and television. We had superheroes and supervillains, animated heroes, animated villains, monsters, aliens, psychopaths, super-spys, and good people just doing good things and bad people doing bad things. That quickly dwindled down to half, and before we knew it, there were 32 heroes and villains left standing. Then that number dwindled, and the number after that dwindled, so on and so forth. Then we had one hero and one villain left standing. On one side, was the Dark Knight, the caped crusader, Batman making his third appearance as hero finalist in this competition. On the other side, a villain from the realm of television, someone who hasn't been in this competition yet, but made a big splash as far as votes earned. This is Dr. Hannibal Lecter from NBC's "Hannibal." The results are in, the voting is over. Here's who won.
For the third year in a row, Batman reigns supreme in the Heroes vs. Villains March Madness vote. Batman seems unbeatable. He easily defeated the doctor by over 70% of the vote. The cannibal was no match for the Worlds Greatest Detective.
Thanks again for voting, we will return next year!