I'm writing what's basically a "bad guys are the good guys and good guys are the bad guys" kind of thing. I know that sounds cringey and unoriginal, but hear me out.
It takes place in a futuristic, fascist police state. The law is enforced by authoritarian superheroes, and our protagonist is a sharply-dressed supervillain a la the Joker or the Riddler.
He doesn't have any powers, he isn't even that great a fighter. What he is, is a trickster. He's always up against unstoppable, reality-warping juggernauts, but he gets by using JoJo-esque complicated tactics and Spy Vs. Spy -type reversals. And of course he's this flamboyant, hypersexual, witty cultured sonofabitch who views all of his massively theatrical crimes as postmodern performance art pieces.
So basically, it's >>98313030
, but it apparently uses the trope hated by >>98345160
. I mean, I guess I'm not gonna be "hyping up" the self-righteous "heroes" in this as good guys, so maybe I'll avoid the cliche, but I still wanna make sure I'm not doing anything TOO annoying.