Jump to content

Vice vs. Cassandra Alexander

MATCH SCORE
Vice: 2
Cassandra Alexander: 4

Leonardo (Mirage) vs. Athena Asamiya

MATCH SCORE
Leonardo (Mirage): 17
Athena Asamiya: 5

Bonne Jenet vs. Lili Rochefort

MATCH SCORE
Bonne Jenet: 6
Lili Rochefort: 4

Bibendum, the Michelin Man vs. Christine

MATCH SCORE
Bibendum, the Michelin Man: 6
Christine: 2

Bear Grylls vs. Jason Voorhees

MATCH SCORE
Bear Grylls: 4
Jason Voorhees: 9

K' vs. Ken Masters

MATCH SCORE
K': 2
Ken Masters: 8

Raphael (Mirage) vs. Sie Kensou

MATCH SCORE
Raphael (Mirage): 17
Sie Kensou: 1

Rachel vs. Shura

MATCH SCORE
Rachel: 7
Shura: 2

Alex Cross vs. Azazel

MATCH SCORE
Alex Cross: 2
Azazel: 4

Buffy the Vampire Slayer vs. Bone Saw McGraw

MATCH SCORE
Buffy the Vampire Slayer: 7
Bone Saw McGraw: 4

Schnee Corp Lawyer

Your Daily dose of win

Recommended Posts

This is the win thread, AvP, not the fail thread. :P

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

SHIT_zpsc295ac8a.gif

  • Like 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Well yeah...you do it.

 

11915.jpg

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Serioulsy JVF, this is the WIN thread, not the FAIL thread.

 

Such as this McDonald's employee's reaction to the following demand.

 

Look at her face, it's all business.  

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Huh.

 

I was under the impression that the X-Men was about good people taking in those not unlike them simply because of the anti-mutant stigma that consistently constantly persists in the Marvel universe. They sheltered them, educated them, trained them in the use of their powers as to prevent incidents and more. They're actual people with actual problems but nonetheless they're good people.

 

Which I guess is why they're not willing to go Punisher on their enemies... huh, that must be a distinct virtue that separates antiheroes and heroes. I think they were meant to be heroic? I might be wrong. >.>

 

I also chuckled somewhat - the bulk of them aren't supermodels with super pretty people issues.

 

Colossus is a farmboy who hails from Russia with the power to turn organic steel and is currently out with a vendetta to kill his own sister since she's gone demonically evil.

 

Emma Frost is a dominatrix who's used her mental powers to get what she wanted, which is why she's got a literal Ice Queen motif going on sometimes but she's clearly evidently flawed, not unlike her diamond form (oooh, get the connection?). Underneath that royal rich bitch attitude, she's got 99 problems.

 

Hell, take M for instance. What a stuck up bitch right? From the beginning she was obnoxious but she's simmered down some and iirc there's a thing between her and Strong Guy, which back then would've never happened. She's a fun character.

 

Beast is currently on the Avengers offering his scientific intellect whilst running The Jean Grey School at the same time alongside Wolverine and isn't rich or pretty. He does all this on little sleep, lots of coffee, and buncha bamfs ruining his research consistently. Why does he do this? Because he's selfless and more. I think you might start seeing the distinction I'm making here. Maybe not.

 

Hell, look at Toad. He's a far cry from the generalization you made. Look at Paige Guthrie. She's gone bonkers and whatnot, insanity settling in which is a distinct difference from supermodel pretty problems. >.>

 

The point is the X-Men is a diverse group of people that have differing individuals of all scales, from rich to poor, from the beautiful to the ugly, from the powerful to weak. The X-Men has been a mostly successful comic that has managed to mesh these well and delivered excellent stories relevent to this as a whole. The X-Men has evolved character wise, for the better or worse, and has remained interesting for the most part (Though of course as with everything there's always uninteresting bits).

 

For the generalization you cast upon them makes me think you to be rather an uncouth and ignorant fellow. I'd suggest reading Wolverine and the X-Men. This focuses more on the actual relations between characters. Maybe you'll see where I'm going with this? I hope.

 

But alas I am aware you're not a fan of heroes especially the likes of Marvel and DC's and I figure you might not read them which brings me to the next point in that... don't spout bullcrap about stuff you know little about especially stuff you make a point to stay away from because you dislike them.

  • Like 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I can't decide which one I should post, so I'll just post them all, enjoy :)

 

img_AubmzOw1W_A.jpg

 

img_1mDIvlIniaI.jpg

 

img_Wcyvf8IU75s.jpg

 

img_jcvKR4MoeWo.jpg

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Wait, no Tom or Heathcliff? :huh:

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now

×
×
  • Create New...