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  1. MDCFAN101

    Comic Book Talk

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    Silver Surfer

    Him and the Fantastic 4 would be great.
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    Silver Surfer

    Good to know.
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    Silver Surfer

    Really? I'll have to look into that.
  5. MDCFAN101

    Fantasy Fights 2.0

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    Silver Surfer

    True, but still what they did to Silver Surfer was disrespectful enough. Besides, Laurence Fishburne did do a great job voicing him.
  7. MDCFAN101

    Silver Surfer

    I know right. I was like, "WTF were they thinking?!" That is like my biggest negative of Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer. No joke. That made me upset more than Galactus being turned into a cloud.
  8. MDCFAN101

    Fantasy Fights 2.0

    Hello Ladies, Gentlemen, and @musicboy, Today's matchup is: Gladiator VS. Kotal Kahn LET'S GET READY TO RUMBLE!!!! Gladiator Real Name: Kallark First Appearance: X-Men Vol. 1 #107 (October, 1977) Origin: He was born centuries ago, though the time period remains unspecified. He is said to descend from a proud bloodline, though the names of his ancestors remain unknown. He was raised by the Strontian council of elders. They were as much family to him as his blood relatives. Kallark was a cadet on his native planet Strontia, training with other young Strontian men and women, competing for the title of Gladiator. Kallark proved himself an honorable person as well as an efficient soldier then. Later, Kallark along with the only nine other cadets to have completed the training mission were informed by the council of elders of the purpose of their trials: The new Imperial Guard of the Shi'ar Empire would include the finest warrior of each race of the Empire as its representative. The ten Strontians underwent an enhancement process to become Gladiator, granting them even further powers than those of their kind. The choice for the cadet to join the Guard was to be made by Majestor T'Korr. First disappointed by the youth of the cadets, T'Korr then began doubting their loyalty after Chancellor Vitana informed him that even an ordinary Strontian had the power to decimate an army. To test their loyalty, T'Korr had a Shi'ar Starcracker orbiting Strontia's sun, able to make it go nova in case of rebellion, and informed the council of his plans: He addressed the cadets, informing that he would make his selection among them after they slayed the Council of Elders. While most of the cadets died rebelling or trying to accomplish the mission, Kallark managed to take down the Council, despite his friend Harrald's opposition, then retreated, somehow knowing of the Shi'ar starcracker and dismantling. Kallark then returned to T'Korr, told him that his fellows had all fallen in battle, and was named Gladiator, Praetor of the Imperial Guard. Here are his powers, abilities, and skills: Incalculable Superhuman Strength: Gladiator possesses tremendous physical strength, the exact limits of which are unknown. He has shattered entire planets with the force of his blows, ripped apart a black hole, and held off the destroyer armor. His strength level is dependent on his confidence; as such the more confident he is, the stronger he gets. He has demonstrated several astounding feats of strength such as defeating Colossus with relative ease, knocking out the Thing in two blows, blunting the punches of Hyperion with his open palm and by severe effort knocking him unconscious by breaking his back, and carving one of Vulcan's eyes out and beating the Omega-level mutant unconscious. He also once uprooted the entire Baxter Building while fighting the Fantastic Four. Superhuman Speed: Gladiator is capable of running and moving at speeds vastly greater than even the finest human athlete. He is able to move at supersonic speeds, meaning several times swifter than the speed of sound, which is roughly 760 miles per hour. He has performed feats such as hitting some Starjammers and Guardians of the Galaxy in super-speed before they could react, and hitting the Human Torch before he could even notice his attack. Superhuman Stamina: Gladiator possesses extraordinary physical stamina. His muscles generate considerably less fatigue toxins then the musculature of human beings or most other known beings for that matter. Gladiator is able to exert himself at peak capacity for at least several days before the build up of fatigue toxins in his blood begins to impair him. During his battle with Hyperion, when the opponents knocked each other out with their respective eye beams, it was Gladiator who got up on his feet faster than Hyperion, who was just rising up. Invulnerability: Gladiator's entire body is far more durable than that of a normal human's and is virtually impervious to all physical damage. He can withstand high caliber bullets, powerful concussive blasts, falls from tremendous heights and blows from powerful super-humans. Gladiator can also survive in the vacuum of space unaided and withstand exposure to extreme temperatures, particularly intense heat. He has shown himself to be capable of flying through stars completely unharmed, and has actually withstood the explosive power of a supernova. Gladiator's invulnerability also makes him immune to all diseases, infections, contaminations, corrosives and radiation (with the exception of a rare radiation that drains his powers and vitality). However the level of his durability depends on his confidence, so if he is not feeling confident his invulnerability will weaken. Superhuman Agility: Gladiator's natural balance, agility, and body coordination are enhanced to levels that are beyond the natural physical limits of even the finest human athlete. Superhuman Reflexes: Gladiator's reflexes are similarly heightened and are superior to those of the finest human athlete. In fact Kallark has been able to react in a matter of nanoseconds to block a punch from Hyperion, and catch a bullet fired by a highly powerful gun in order to protect the mutant Vulcan. Gladiator's perception and processing speed is so developed that he was able to count about ten billion micro-sentinels inside a body in mere seconds. An alternate version of Gladiator was able to cross interstellar distances very fast, even when pursuing a ship subjected to time dilation of more than two weeks (resulting in far faster than light speed); all the while perceiving and reacting at this speed as well. Gladiator's combat speed is so impressive that he was able to cross entire galaxies and land a blow on Heimdall before he could even notice. Flight: By harnessing and manipulating anti-gravitons, Gladiator is able to defy gravity which enables him to fly. Gladiator's flight speed rivals those of the fastest known starships, and can achieve faster than light speeds in hyperspace. Reed Richards once measured his speed as a hundred times the speed of light. Heat Beams: Gladiator is capable of firing highly concentrated beams of energy from his eyes. These beams are capable of reaching extremely high temperatures. The maximum temperature his beams can reach is unknown but they can reach temperatures hotter than that of stars as they were shown able to burn through Hulk's skin. These beams were also able to cancel out Hyperion's atomic vision, creating a huge explosion which temporarily incapacitated both opponents. The temperature level of his heat beams depends on his confidence. Telescopic Vision X-Ray Vision Microscopic Vision: Gladiator possesses the ability to see extremely small objects and images beyond subatomic level. Super Hearing: Gladiator is capable of hearing sounds from light years away in space. Super Breath/Freeze Breath: Thanks to his incredible lung capacity, Gladiator is also able to draw in large amounts of air and then expel it all to create gale and hurricane force winds. He can also chill his breath to freeze targets. Psi Resistance: Gladiator is capable of causing a counter-force against telepathic assaults and probes. However, telepaths of sufficient power are capable of penetrating his psionic defenses to an extent. Accelerated Healing Factor: If injured Gladiator's accelerated healing factor can heal him to a certain degree. His healing factor enables him to repair cells, body tissues and bones that have been damaged regardless of severity with much greater speed and efficiency than an ordinary human. His healing factor can even regenerate cells and body tissues that have been destroyed but is limited in the sense that it cannot regenerate missing organs or limbs. When Champion defeated him using the Power Gem, he had to spend some time recuperating from his injuries. Gladiator's healing factor also keeps him in optimal health and decreases the rate of his aging by a high degree granting him a life span that is several millennia long. Advanced Longevity: Gladiator has survived for centuries with little sign of aging. Gladiator is also highly skilled in the combat arts of the Shi'ar, personally trained by Deathbird. Kotal Kahn: Real Name: Ko'atal First Appearance: Mortal Kombat X (April 7th, 2015) Backstory: Kotal Kahn is a warrior from the realm of Osh-Tekk, which was once ruled by Kotal K'etz, his father, but was later merged with Outworld. As an Osh-Tekk, he is the last of his kind, however, he was considered a god among the Mayans, who named him "Buluc", their god of war - the full name given being Buluc Chabtan. He became the ruler of Outworld, ever since he usurped Mileena after first serving beneath her. Unlike previous Outworld emperors, Kotal Kahn is uninterested in conquering other realms, preferring instead to focus on internal affairs. For this reason, he is strongly opposed to liberating realms that are already under Outworld's domain, believing that a united Outworld would prove stronger against its enemies. Here are his powers, abilities, and skills: As an Osh-Tekk, Kotal Kahn is incredibly powerful, possessing super-human strength allowing him to smash a grown man's head into bits of bone and gore with ease while also allowing him to wield his massive Macuahuitl with a single hand. As an Osh-Tekk, he can draw power from sunlight to strengthen himself and heal his wounds, while also being able to use it to directly harm enemies in beams of solar fire or even imbue his weapons with for more damage. In MK11 he also has the ability to turn himself into a black jaguar whilst still wearing his headpiece to maul his opponent at will. With Outworld's Kamidogu, he can invoke Blood Magik to further strengthen himself and his natural abilities over sunlight. While in his Blood God state, he was able to call down an intense beam of solar flames through storm clouds summoned by the Edenian demigod, Rain, and physically overpower and cut off Goro's arms. His power has been compared to that of a god by humans from Earthrealm. Like all Osh-Tekk he is physically weakened when deprived of sunlight, and unable to call on its power. Kotal Kahn is also capable of teleporting in a burst of smoke and flames, though this is not a gameplay element. Battle Breakdown: We have two powerhouse warriors going at it. This would make an interesting battle IMO. One is powered by confidence while the other is powered by sunlight and blood magik. It's going to come down to which one is going to underestimate the other. But, as always, tell me what you guys think. Is it Gladiator or Kotal Khan. I hope you guys enjoy this fight and I'll see you guys next time. PEACE!!!
  9. MDCFAN101

    Comic Book Talk

    My DCEU films ranking updated: Shazam! Aquaman Wonder Woman Man of Steel Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice Justice League Suicide Squad (Meh) My MCU vs. DCEU films comparison updated: Iron Man vs. Man of Steel Winner: Man of Steel The Incredible Hulk vs. Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice Winner: The Incredible Hulk Iron Man 2 vs. Suicide Squad Winner: Iron Man 2 Thor vs. Wonder Woman Winner: Wonder Woman Captain America: The First Avenger vs. Justice League Winner: Captain America: The First Avenger The Avengers vs. Aquaman Winner: The Avengers Iron Man 3 vs. Shazam! Winner: Shazam! Overall: Marvel wins 4-3
  10. MDCFAN101

    Movie Review Thread 4.0: The Unnecessary Reboot

    Shazam!- Movie Review Positives: The story was excellent. I loved how it incorporated elements from the New 52 and the classic Captain Marvel comics. The acting was superb. Asher Angel was outstanding as Billy Batson. Djimon Hounsou was great as the wizard Shazam. Jack Dylan Grazer was excellent as Freddy Freeman. However, the stars of the movie for me were Zachary Levi as Captain Marvel and Mark Strong as Doctor Sivana. Zachary Levi really impressed me as Captain Marvel. He really pulled off the whole "child in a man's body" thing. Mark Strong was an absolute badass as Doctor Sivana. I'd say his version of the character is the best interpretation. I also enjoyed the chemistry between Zachary Levi/Asher Angel and Jack Dylan Grazer. I thought they really worked well together. Even though he wasn't in the film, I loved how Black Adam's presence was felt throughout the movie. The CGI, visuals, special effects, and character design were overall phenomenal. The action/fight sequences were great. The comedy throughout the film was hilarious. It didn't feel forced and it was timed beautifully. The Superman cameo was awesome. I loved that the legendary and iconic John Williams theme song was playing in the background. Negatives: The only nitpick I have is the CGI on the 7 Deadly Sins monsters. They could've looked a little better IMO. Other than that, this movie is excellent. Overall: This film is not only the best of the two Captain Marvel movies, but the entry in the DCEU right. More importantly, this is DC's brightest and most colorful movie since Richard Donner's Superman back in 1978. Grade: A+
  11. MDCFAN101

    Silver Surfer

    Exactly. Dash right, Spidey is one tough S.O.B. He was able to withstand and survive an ass beating from a Phoenix Force empowered Colossus and Magik.
  12. MDCFAN101

    Silver Surfer

    Thank you. I tried my best. Same here. I did not like what Fox did with Silver Surfer. Making his powers being limited to his board was purely stupid and disrespectful.
  13. MDCFAN101

    Comic Book Talk

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    Characters: Why I like them

    Don't worry about it. As for Silver Surfer's popularity, he's in fact one of the most beloved and iconic Marvel characters of all time along with Spider-Man.
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    Silver Surfer

    Silver Surfer is massively powerful and doesn't get enough recognition for that. I know a lot of people consider Superman to be the most powerful superhero and they do post up some good reasonable arguments. But in my book, the Silver Surfer is on a whole new level. That guy who wrote that post was me.