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Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Old Man Rogers










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See? I can play the Secret Wars: Battleworld game too;)

Extra:
A little Shinedown for you all

Monday, March 30, 2015

Queer Eye For The Kung-Fu Guy

S'up People. Miss me?

Ol' Mr. Morbid took a spring break.....and missed you all horribly.
That's not to say I didn't work on some new banners for this blog though.

Here's a sample:





















Whatta' guys think?
Pretty cool huh?

Check out my SWAG from last week:

The New BAF Hobgoblin Wave Spider-Man:



And from the DCUC's 19th Wave, Magog:



Shit got real!!!!!

And now, onto today's skit:











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Thursday, March 19, 2015

So, Who Would Win?: The X-Men(90's Blue Team) VS. The WildC.A.T.S.

What's up people?


So for this week's edition of So, Who Would Win?, I decided to pit two iconic teams against each other in full-on combat.

Today, I'll be pitting the 90's Blue Team-era X-Men against the team they inspired, the WildC.A.T.S.


For those not in the know, back in the early 90's, the Editors and creative staff were faced with a dilemea since there were so many X-Men around after the whole Muir Isle Saga. So, it was decided to fold all of them into the X-Men proper, but split them up into two main teams: Blue and Gold.


The Gold Team was comprised of Storm(as leader), Jean Grey, Iceman, Colossus, and Archangel, with Sunfire coming in briefly, leaving, then Bishop joined up later on to complete that team.
Yeah, not really a super-exciting line-up is it?

Well......
that's because all the good cool picks were already used on the Blue Team.


Their roster was:
Cyclops(as leader) Wolverine, Jubilee, Gambit, Psylocke, Rogue, and Beast.
If you'd had thrown in Jean and Storm, you'd have had the X-Men Animated show line-up right there.

                             (Which just so happens to be coming back, as the 92' Animated line-up is                                                      showing back up in Battleworld during Secret Wars.)

And really, Jean Grey aside, the Blue Team was by and far the best and most powerful X-Men lineup at the time. No wonder they were more popular. I know I preferred them over the Gold Team everytime.

For the WildCATS, I'm using the original line-up: Spartan, Grifter, Zealot, Warblade, Maul, and Voodoo, with Void and Lord Emp rounding things out.

Just at first glance, I'd still say the Blue Team is the odds-on favorites to win.
What you guys think?

The X-Men(Blue Team) 





 VS.


The WildC.A.T.S.





(I am not ashamed to admit I had this game back in the day. Not bad for what it was.)


Who Wins and Why?
Tell me your picks in the comments' section.

Hope you guys have a good weekend, wherever you are.