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  1. The Wolverine was actually a really good movie. It's just that horrible unforgivable abomination of a retarded choice they made for the ending that's put me off to it almost completely. Before the ending, I would have easily purchased it on BD. But now, I don't know if I want to see it again. They totally just destroyed the whole mythology behind an item I held sacred as a fan. It's a great movie ruined (for me) by an inexcusable decision to do something that shouldn't have been done. :angry: 

  2. How would he know? It was stated otherwise that Adamantium could withstand it. 


    The first Silver Samurai is a mutant with the ability to generate a tachyon field, with which he can surround anything. He commonly uses his power on his sword, enabling it to cut through nearly anything, except substances as hard as adamantium.

  3. Uh... haven't seen the movie but even in the comics it's been acknowledged that the Silver Samurai's sword can cut through Wolverine's adamantium-laced claws and skeleton.


    I've never seen anything to indicate he can. Every time he's tried, Wolverine's claws stopped his tachyon covered blade. In other words, Adamantium is immune. 

  4. Vader: He could put me on a ship and send me away to the other side of the galaxy or beyond at faster than light speeds. That, or just put me on a ship and have that ship remain at full speed in hyperspace, going as far away as possible, all while taking out the other guys one by one. No one on that list would be able to track or find me in a ship traveling in hyperspace away from Earth. I could literally be anywhere, and no one has any means of traveling that fast or reaching hyperspace. Even if they did, there'd be no way to track me.


    So, Darth Vader.

  5. Well, at this point, it's hard for me to vote against Godzilla because they've made him so damn hard to beat. There's a reason he's "The King of Monsters."


    I've only seen two Gamera movies so I don't know a ton about him. But I think he's quite a badass too. 



    As for their opponents, I don't know a whole about them either. Basically just what I saw in Pacific Rim. And while they were hard to beat there, Godzilla and Gamera have enough experience with other, much tougher, monster, I think they could win this fairly easily.



    So, Godzilla and Gamera.  

  6. Just saw The Wolverine. I want to talk about the ending for a moment, so SPOILERS!!!!!












    ***********I about came out of my seat with disgust when the Silver Samurai cut off Wolverine's claws. What a crock of f*ck! It's been established that Adamantium is indestructible (i.e. "impossible to destroy") yet the Samurai cuts them off like they're made out of aluminium. And the idea that Adamantium can harm Adamantium is BS! Even if it's heated. Because when something is indestructible, that means it's impervious. Not "really durable but can be harmed by other items of the same material." 


    Brian Singer and Brett Ratner realized this and kept the Adamantium indestructible. Yet when the other Wolverine movies came along, the first thing they do is "let's make his metal able to be destroyed!" Total bullsh*t!!!! 




    I can only hope they don't something as stupid with Captain America's shield.



    :angry:     <_<     -_-

  7. Apocalypse is made aware of Lobo through comments by Mister Sinister. Thinking Lobo would make for a good horseman, he tells Sinister to send a henchman to capture him and bring him back. But when the henchman is easily beaten, Apocalypse decides to handle it himself. 


    Lobo has no idea what's going on when Apocalypse shows up. He just thinks it's another big brute come to fight.  


    Apocalypse's goal is to augment Lobo and turn him into a horseman. 




    This is Cartoon Apocalypse from 90s X-Men. (Not the jobber from the comics)


    Lobo has all his usual weapons. 

  8. Slashers vs Classic Monsters! 




    As the villains hack their way across the country, a young woman is able to convince Dracula to help her. In turn, he turns to Frankenstein and The Wolf Man for help. Together, they go to face the villainous slashers down and stop them once and for all. Dracula will deal with Freddy (although Freddy exists in the dream world, Dracula can use his powers to help him battle the dream demon). Frankenstein (with a pitchfork) will deal with Jason. The Wolf Man will deal with Michael. 


    (This fight is a 3 vs 3 tag team in the middle of the forest)



    Who wins?

  9. An archaeologist discovers the lament configuration box and solves it, therefore unleashing Pinhead and four of his Cenobites. Before Pinheads arrives though, the archaeologist discovers a mysterious ruby and rubs it. The Wishmaster appears and grants him three wishes. But before he can make the first wish, Pinhead and the Cenobites arrive and demand he comes with them, to hell.


    Just as they begin to enter hell itself, he shouts out a wish to the Djinn....


    Archaeologist: I wish these demons destroyed! Vanquished! I don't want to go to hell! Save me and kill them!


    And with that, he is pulled through into hell. Upon hearing the wish, the Djinn has no choice but to follow them in and attempt to grant the wish. 





    (I used some of this set up from someone else's idea)


    Who wins? It's Pinhead and the Cenobites in their realm versus the Djinn who must grant this man's wish!




    A small group of campers at Crystal Lake notice a bright light zoom by in the late night sky and go to investigate. They are dumbfounded when they find a giant circus tent firmly planted in the middle of the woods. 


    Before they can decide what to do, they are met by two freakishly ominous and otherwordly looking clowns. The clowns dance around for a moment, then blast them with popcorn guns and eventually place them into large cotton candy cocoons. 



    Several more clowns exit the circus tent ship and they all proceed to explore the surrounding area in search of the local population. But little do they know, Jason Voorhees is watching from a distance, concealed by foliage in the shadows of the night.








    This is Zombie Jason (as seen in parts 6-FvJ). 




    What happens when he eventually tries to kill off the Klowns one by one, but discovers they're more durable and fiendish than they look? What happens when they try to zap him, but discover he isn't like the rest of the humans on the planet?


    It's an all out war, waged between two evils, both intent on destroying the population of Camp Crystal Lake!


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