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Debate / Re: Lindsey Graham...
« on: Today at 02:06:13 AM »

Again what the hell is his problem?!!

Like I said, us here in SC have been wondering that for years.


Osborn reminds me of this line from MST3K's Prince Of Space episode: "His power apparently lies in his choosing incompetent enemies."

ICT / Re: PC Validus vs The Anti Monitor
« on: September 20, 2018, 02:41:37 PM »
PC Superman and PC Powergirl were able to fought a guy who was as powerful as the Multiverse. I cant remember his name. But This sets a precedent that SG followed. Not a biggie.

Maaldor the Darklord.

Who causes all sorts of problems in COIE himself, him getting killed by one of Krona's attacks that also killed the Icicle and Mirror Master, and left their bodies still recognizable.

ICT / Re: Movie Thor vs Disney Hercules
« on: September 20, 2018, 04:39:52 AM »
Now, Herc holding back and putting on a good show fight for an audience, at Phil's insistence, would be a lot of fun to watch.

ICT / Re: PC Validus vs The Anti Monitor
« on: September 20, 2018, 04:36:46 AM »
This reminds me of something that's always bothered me about COIE.

Supergirl, by herself, came very close to killing the Anti-Monitor; he himself admitted it. And when she gets killed, a badly wounded Anti-Monitor flees...

...and the other heroes there, many of whom are as powerful or more so than Kara, don't pursue, believing instead that he's been mortally wounded and is going to die anyway. This, of course, comes back to bite the entire multiverse in the ass.

If they had followed him and finished the job properly, it would have spared everyone a lot of pain and grief to come. I understand that they'd be sad over Supergirl's death, but the time to mourn is later.

ICT / Re: Star Wars EU: Thrawn vs The Vong
« on: September 20, 2018, 03:01:41 AM »
The New Republic and Luke's Jedi Order will not become involved.

That's what they think.

Thrawn will find a way to get them involved.

Music, Movies, Tv and Books / Re: General Star Wars movies thread
« on: September 19, 2018, 02:46:20 PM »
Here's the big news:

Confirmation that, finally, Billy Dee Williams is coming back as Lando for Episode IX: https://www.cbr.com/billy-dee-williams-fighting-shape-episode-ix/

ICT / Re: The Non-Mutant X-Men
« on: September 11, 2018, 09:34:41 PM »
Quote from: Riv1
Like the X-Men’s resident scienist, Hank McCoy, Spider-man is one of the finest scientific minds Strange has ever known. Also like McCoy, Spider-man uses humor as a weapon

Reminds me of something I saw someone else say:  that while Peter and Hank's occasional team-ups are tons of fun for us, the readers, any other heroes who had to work with BOTH of them long-term would be driven mad by the puns and bad jokes.

That's what I thought, but Ock is one of my favorite villains and I wanted another opinion to make sure I wasn't overestimating him.

ICT / Nods to Uhtceare: Doctor Octopus w/ adamantium arms vs. Wrecking Crew
« on: September 10, 2018, 11:58:17 PM »
Ock gets his "Revenge of the Sinister Six" adamantium tentacles. Can he take down the whole crew?

Debate / Re: Lindsey Graham...
« on: September 07, 2018, 04:48:55 PM »
What the hell is his problem?

Seriously, is he just bipolar?

Speaking as an SC resident and native, everyone in the state wonders that about him.

General Chat / Re: Does you're state have a lot of amusement parks?
« on: August 31, 2018, 10:59:50 AM »
South Carolina's biggest is Carowinds, right on the border with North Carolina. And down in Myrtle Beach there's Family Kingdom, The Pavilion, O.D. Pavilion, plus a few water parks and animal attractions.

ICT / Re: Susan Storm tries to kill these characters:
« on: August 29, 2018, 12:06:06 AM »
Well to be anywhere near as smart as Reed would be borderline unmanageable IMO.

Not quite sure what you mean by unmanageable, but...

Well, he's a teenager, and he has severe emotional problems. He was kidnapped the day he was born and used as a test subject; lived his life in a 16 by 16 sq ft. lab and was never allowed out, and no one ever came in, all communication was done by monitor; and as a side-effect of the experiment, his super-speed perception was always on, so the 16 years he spent in that room seemed like 3000 or so.

So when he finally escaped, his head was a mess, he was out for revenge, and even the heroes didn't really want to fight him. He ended up falling in with a bunch of other villains, who were the first friends he ever had in his life, and he's very emotionally dependent on them. Fortunately, they're all pretty low on the Evil scale, and most of the time tend to help the heroes against the really nasty ones.

ICT / Re: Susan Storm tries to kill these characters:
« on: August 28, 2018, 11:51:17 PM »
I love being an exception to this rule. :) I have a super-speed villain, and because he uses it to its potential, he's pretty much considered the most dangerous person in the world in my stories. (The genius intellect doesn't hurt either)

Sure. But in order to be even capable of treating super powers with anything remotely like true realism, one also has to carefully craft the characters and powers to be used, typically reducing levels to manageable scales. Powers would need proper definition, etc. Even being realistic with a properly prepared comics universe would require a lot more work on that side of the writing equation (something most writers hate doing), and thus less time for story, theme, meaning, characterization, etc.

Trying to be realistic past the point of arbitrary selectivism with the current Marvel or DC universes would be a nearly impossible task.

Oh, I agree. It's very helpful that I write just to get the ideas out of my head, and hopefully entertain readers; I don't have to worry about profits or indefinite viability. I have a definite ending in mind.

But yeah, my Overdrive; he runs at Mach 25 with commensurate slowed perception, is as strong as Spidey, has a near-Reed level intellect, and it would take a collision with a freight train to even start hurting him. He's only lost to the heroes once, and that was when he was undergoing an emotional crisis and they ambushed him from behind with a genetically-engineered infectious agent. (Of course, he won't let that work on him again.) The only reason he doesn't kill the heroes or take over the world is because he's not really evil and doesn't want to.


ICT / Re: MCU Thor vs MCU Hela (no weapons)
« on: August 28, 2018, 11:42:19 PM »
Would the gift then transfer to Thor, once Hela's dead and if there were still an Asgard?

That's the implication I got from the film.

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