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Gizmo Hibiki

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  1. Considering how Remnant works, wouldn't Perry need to unlock his aura if he is to try and not only survive, but also fight back? Sure he's got the occasional gadget and common sense, but with how everyone has an aura and with that a semblance, is it possible someone like Perry can unlock one? If not, how would he survive encounters with stuff like Grimm and White Fang if he for some reason came across them?

  2. 13 hours ago, DSkillz said:

    It likely won't be quite that simple. Shego would still have to completely subjugate her will to Darkseid, and she strikes me as too independent-willed and flippant for that.

    There was actually an episode of Kim Possible where Ron Stoppable and Drakon switched morale: Drakon now being a sensitive cook and Ron being an outright evil genius for the lols (Or nacos if you wanna be precise). Ron was so crazy and evil that Shego had no choice but to cater to his demands and wishes otherwise she'd be offed into shark food. If anything, Apokolips is hundreds of times more evil than just a high schooler who turned heel because of some scientific mishap. So while I can see Shego fighting with all her might, she's either gonna end up dead or serving Darkseid and his minions forcfully.

  3. DC and Marvel are still king when it comes to some of the most used comic book characters in the CBUB yes, but I think it's time to show other comic book companies, some big and some indie, some love as well.

    IDW, Image and Valient come to mind when it comes to comic book companies, but indie ones that come to mind are ones like Spinnerette, Zot and I think Buzzboy.

  4. On 7/11/2021 at 9:09 AM, RakaiThwei said:

    I'm probably gonna with Kick-Ass here, especially considering he has maybe... a year to a couple years of training under his belt with Hit-Girl here. And since this is Kick-Ass at the end of the second movie, he's got some modicum of experience. So I'm gonna with Kick-Ass.

    Don't forget he's got some metal platting on his skeleton because of severe injuries he suffered in his first time as a super hero, so it helps him deal with a ton of pain.

  5. Sinon. While Sir Daniel has fought monsters, he's mostly fought them up close and personal despite stuff like the crossbow being a part of his arsenal. Sinon on the other hand has battled multiple foes with just a sniper rifle and from what I can remember, can shoot someone from more than fifftey yards away. None of them have experience hiding or fighting in forest areas, but I feel like Sir Daniel will stick out like a sore thumb for Sinon to get the first and final shot.

  6. I feel like Lois Lane will get his attention more. Lois Lane was able to outsmart other super as well as villains just to get a story, and is willing to go through many other dangers as well such as robot attack, alien invasions and even just run of the mill super hero battles. Sherlock will definitely be more amused by Lois' behavior and ambition.

  7. So from what I can remember from reading the comics long ago, Zealot doesn't use any kind of long range weaponry with maybe some throwables like knives and ninja stars. Punisher will be patient enough to try and become sneaky and stuff, but once she gets close, that's a different story because her sword is practically made from her universes version of adamantium, unable to break in it's current form. If Punisher keeps his distance, he might stand a chance but once she's up in his grill, bye bye Frankie.

  8. Both of these characters are known for their slapstick, but Bugs has it in more than Jim. Bugs is pro at the piano and Jim a pro at the accordion, but bugs would play dirty with many more tricks than Jim does. Jim has what, his power suit, his body and his ray gun? Bugs can literally order his next item of choice through snail mail and he'll be on time to use it against Jim. Sorry Jim but if it any other toon, you would have won the day.

  9. As much as I fanboy over Earthworm Jim, Wakko wins this. Sure Jim uses toon logic too, but his own universe as well as himself have llimits to what can happen. Earthworm Jim has to know certain locations, have to know how to do certain objectives, has to be extremely convenient and so on. Wakko on the other hand could literally walk to China if he wanted to while taking out a jawbreaker stand from his hat while teaching a lion how to sing Bohemian Rhapsody leaving Jim to maybe just using his own lion for hackey sack: One is cool, but the other is just bathshit insane.

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  10. It's one thing if this was in a mansion or even the hall of mirrors, but forest and jungle areas are Rambo's bread and butter. The Bride while skilled and gifted in the way of the sword as well as physical moments like punching her way out of a coffin is impressive, Rambo is able to rip a guy's throat out with his bare hands and fought entire armies by himself. Not armies of men, literal armies like when he went against an entire police force and the Russians.

  11. Let's all pretend that after the movies he's been in that he decided to finally look for another girl. He's got the skills to woo them in: Not only can he fight bare handed, but he's also skilled with firearms and can play a guitar, both electric and acoustic like a pro. His looks also help as the long hair and loose fitting suit give him sort of a gentleman but also mysterious look to him.

  12. IT would have been an easy win if say this was in a jungle, an island or even somewhere in the city but a hall of mirrors? I don't think I ever remember Frank ever fighting or even finding himself in a hall of mirrors before. Though if anything, he has more experience with firearms than Sinon does, VR gaming be damned. So if they do eventually find eachother, he knows when she'll run out of ammo and when a gun jams, but then again this is her VR form, not her real form so it's difficult to say if that applies to real life.


  13. The thing about guns vs arrows is that while yeah guns are more powerful, it comes with many caveats. The recoil can mess with your aim, you have to take into account the gun might jam, and extreme weather conditions can mess with the fuctions too and you have the habit of just running out of ammo. A bow and arrow on the other hand relys on man power, reading the wind and practice and hopefully the opponent isn't wearing strong armor. 

    Add all of this to fighting on an entire forzen lake and I have to give it to Legolas. Sure Leon can adapt to his surroundings, but he mostly fights in places like cities, mansions, labs and other indoor areas while Legolas and practically every other Lord of the Rings character have experience fighting outdoors more than anyone in the Resident Evil cast, such as forests, mountains and more villages than you can shake a stick at. Legolas has this in the bag.

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