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ICT / Re: Slowest person that can tag all-out Spider-man
« on: June 24, 2017, 06:18:16 PM »
The Turtle
Kitty Pryde
The Aquarian

Etc.

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Marvel Zombies / Re: Thanos Gets Another Ongoing Series
« on: June 22, 2017, 06:22:20 PM »
Use his words like an adult, I mean. Obviously he's always been a cuck.

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Marvel Zombies / Re: Thanos Gets Another Ongoing Series
« on: June 22, 2017, 06:19:14 PM »
Using his words, and whatnot, like a cuck.

Thanos would never do that.

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Ask The Staff / Re: What happened?
« on: June 22, 2017, 06:12:10 PM »
Really?  Oh, damn.  Well, all of you have to let us smite and applaud you from now on.

None of me can seem to see or vote in public polls either (or post new ones, for that matter), but I'm not sure whether that's a global thing or just my rampant homophobia.

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ICT / Re: Supernatural power heirarchy
« on: June 22, 2017, 10:20:18 AM »
Did the Winchesters ever really bind Death successfully? I haven't watched this show in ages, but if it's the scene I'm thinking of, I'm not sure that's really how it went down.

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ICT / The Authority vs. YIVO
« on: June 10, 2017, 06:37:38 PM »
It is the closing days of the 20th century, and rather than a cold, impersonal creator, mankind has finally made contact with what it always thought it wanted - an overly loving God. A kindly spaghetti monster who'll look favorably upon each and every one of us. This guy, basically:



But can God's love worm its way into the hearts of some of Earth's edgiest, most cynical defenders? And could they stop him if it can't? Can Man ever truly love the tentacle, is the gist of what we're getting at here.

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ICT / Re: And now for some scans of Batman getting beat up by a girl
« on: June 09, 2017, 07:54:34 AM »
[Reserved for some various other odds and ends from this arc that I already have uploaded. Mostly some general League of Shadow stuff, which in turn is mostly pretty dull.

It'll probably have to wait until after this weekend now, though.]

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ICT / Re: And now for some scans of Batman getting beat up by a girl
« on: June 09, 2017, 07:48:57 AM »
Detective 955:

Picking up where we've left off:
               

   

               

As you might have gathered if you've actually clicked through all that, this is all two hours after ostensibly being left to die by Shiva for the second time that night. Which doesn't necessarily mean all that much here, really. Cassandra Cain might well have still been one of the least brutalized members of the Bat-Fam at this particular point in time.

This may also be the place to mention Orphan's basically the Phantom of the Opera now.


Meanwhile, Batman gets some slightly baffling lip-service in-between two highly unflattering outings. Bruce Wayne really can match anything Nightwing brings to the table:


And now it really is time for one final confrontation:
       


Detective 956:

But before her daughter can finally drop some mental blocks, there's still time for Shiva vs. the entire Bat-clan for a minute:
           

Some confirmation this really was just about the entire League of Shadows, if you needed it:


           

There could only ever be one true MVP to this arc, though:
   

So once again the day is saved, thanks to Gotham City's darkest Dark Defender.
But Batman isn't happy with this latest shift to status quo. He wants to get proactive now:
   

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ICT / And now for some scans of Batman getting beat up by a girl
« on: June 09, 2017, 07:42:50 AM »
All from the recent "League of Shadows" storyline in Detective Comics. Also in this thread: Batman gets his mind raped repeatedly again (guy must be asking for it at this point, right?), Cassandra Cain goes to Orthanc, and Ra's al Ghul reveals he can now talk backwards a little bit, although he had to get a teacher first.

But mostly it's about the latest Gotham MA power rankings, really. As most things are.


Detective 950:

The world is full of fragile, fragile people. People like Batman, basically:
       

Detective 951:

Subtlety really is wasted on bimonthlies:
       

-"You ever think about what would happen if you had to fight her, for real? Not sparring. The real deal."

-"Of course I have. I'd lose."


Detective 952:

Probably one of the more interesting scenes in this thing, really. It's Ra's al Ghul having a brief sit-down with Shiva in the midst of ongoing hostilities. It's alright:
       

Shiva vs. Cassandra Cain, round one:
               

Poor form all around, really. Maybe Batman will do better:
       
(But no, he gets Camel Clutched)

Finally, some confirmation Shiva may be hurting people:
   


Detective 953:

Teenagers are the worst:
       

Some more Shiva vs. Orphan:
           

Detective 954:

Shiva isn't the only one who's been secretly pulling her punches. Ra's al Ghul has had Bruce Wayne hooked on phonics on the down-low for years:
                   

He also makes, or has access to, the most wonderful drugs:
       


Elsewhere, Kathy Kane's father is getting ready to mansplain some basic facts of life to his scrubs:
   

-"There are probably around two hundred of them in that complex right now -- the most dangerous fighters ever to live on this planet.

Fanatics from every corner of the world, ready to die to serve their master. You could fight one of them and win, maybe even a handful at a time... but fighting all of them... all at once...

Batman couldn't do it. My daughter couldn't do it. You couldn't do it.

Who the hell do you think could?"


Which naturally means coming up next, it's House of Super Dead Ninjas:

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Music, Movies, Tv and Books / Re: Wonder Woman is looking good
« on: June 05, 2017, 02:15:00 PM »
I did, admittedly, essentially just tune-out most of the background story early on. That shit really was extraordinarily perfunctory.

There's also probably a very decent argument the whole damn movie would have been better if Ares had just died or moved on three thousand years ago.

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Music, Movies, Tv and Books / Re: Wonder Woman is looking good
« on: June 05, 2017, 02:10:08 PM »
Gotcha. You either have unreasonably high standards or poor taste.
or you're just someone who likes shit below average superhero movies.

I don't even like shit average superhero movies. But I thought this was actually pretty fun for the most part, purely because it was generally fairly well-made and did a decent job selling me on the character.

It also had much better action scenes than the standard, gratuitous slow-mo shots aside (again, largely in that it made the main character look surprisingly cool). These things alone make it fairly exceptional for an origin flick, sad as that probably is. Pretending it's somehow well behind the curve here is just fucking ridiculous all round.

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ICT / Re: Recast "The Joker"
« on: June 03, 2017, 03:33:16 PM »
Also, if we really want a "Cutest Thing" for whatever reason, I'm pretty sure this is it:



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ICT / Re: Recast "The Joker"
« on: June 03, 2017, 03:30:24 PM »
Some great picks all around here, really. I'm particularly partial to Omar, Cassidy, and the Sorting Hat (mildly surprised no one went with Ash Ketchum, though).


Space Cowboy
Sparks Nevada


Some cat named
Maurice


Gangster of Love
Cupid (Books of Magic)

(More of a wannabe, really.)

Picker
Agent Graves


Lover/Sinner/Midnight Toker
Casanova Quinn


Lover/Sinner/Midnight Toker II
Eleanor Rigby (The Wicked + The Divine)


Grinner
Ted Dibiase


Joker
Harley Quinn


Doin' you wrong
Bueno Excellente



And while I think I might be slightly embarrassed to remember this:

Played his music in the sun:
Jander Sunstar (Vampire of the Mists)


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ICT / Re: Sentry vs Captain Atom
« on: May 07, 2017, 06:18:10 PM »
Molecules > atoms. That's just good science.

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ICT / Re: Vision vs Mr. Fantastic in Chess
« on: May 02, 2017, 03:22:13 PM »
Anyone who seriously belives memory and processing speeds are things a mere super-computer actually holds over Reed Richards is probably far too intelligent to be interested in comic books. Otherwise, they just haven't been paying attention.

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