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    Spider-Man vs. Doctor Doom

    Rise Hulk, Rise! This is a second chapter about Spider-Man engaging with a mutant named 'the Hulk' while he's catching his breath now that everyone's safe from the insidious Doctor Doom. ==== Relieved that Doctor Doom was far and away and America was safe, Spider-Man (Peter Parker)...
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    Spider-Man vs. Doctor Doom

    I wanted to offer a different 'spin' on comic book storytelling, so I created this Spidey fan-fic which involves our webbed-wonder being like James Bond and Doctor Doom being an evil telepath/psychic. It seems that comic book characters can be divided into two group: 1. those who do...
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    Mortal Kombat X: Great Panels

    Gender Gyro Add in a splash of gender richness with the inviting warrior-avatar Sonya Blade (the series' iconic female) and you get the complete 'world-war package.' :evil: Sonya Blade (MK Wiki)
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    Gotham Crusade

    Sam/Frederick: The Rooftop Message Here's a vigilante-within-vigilante tale. ==== Sam Wayne was a graduate of Rutgers University (New Jersey, USA) and studied Communications. His deceased father, an alcoholic, left a strange shadow in Sam's heart, and Sam grew up as a very socially...
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    Gotham Crusade

    ARKHAM ASYLUM ==== As all the inmates were gathered into Arkham Asylum by Batman, Gotham City's self-proclaimed 'dark knight' and crusader against criminal insanity, Batman was on-hand to witness and inspect the development and progress of the incarceration-rehabilitation prescriptions of...
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    Mavel is awesome

    CHARACTER PAINTBRUSH: MARVEL MEGA-TALK Marvel is great, and the pioneering work of Stan Lee paved the way for the lovely storyboards of creatively spun Marvel super-villains such as Carnage and Doctor Doom. I want to take a look at the special achievement Marvel boasts with Carnage. Carnage...
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    Batman year one

    Hatter/Hues Even though Year One does not introduce all of the Bat-villains of Gotham City, it does a nice job of presenting the 'shadowy face' of Batman (DC Comics) storyboards that helps fans appreciate the unsightly-criminality symbolism of nemeses such as Mad Hatter and Talia al Ghul, IMO...
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    Gotham Crusade

    Bruce Wayne was such a popular and successful socialite and businessman in Gotham City, that no one suspected he harboured a dark past and was haunted by the memory of his murdered parents from whom he inherited most of his incredible wealth. Gotham City, meanwhile, was becoming more and more...
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    Batman year one

    Headache Haute! I thought Year One was one of the superior storylines in the Batman (DC Comics) universe. The animated film adaptation was not bad either, with Ben McKenzie (from Fox's Gotham) lending his voice as the voice of Wayne/Batman. I especially liked the characterization of...
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    Michael Myers: The Dark Knight

    Heart of Darkness: Vigilantism and American Spinach I got the inspiration for this story after watching the pensive (and under-appreciated) Al Pacino film Serpico which presents a portrait of jurisprudence in America colored with the problem of corruption. Vigilantism is a troubling issue in...
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    Mortal Kombat X: Great Panels

    Combat Chiefs In fact, the brute/gore-graphics of hand-to-hand martial arts fighting introduced in the Mortal Kombat franchise creates all kinds of creative brainstorming about new age street-fighting styled video games. Why not go nuts? Michael Myers, the masked serial killer from the...
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    Who would win in a fight?

    Harley Quinn vs. Nightwing: Intellect Intacto This makes for an interesting engagement, since both Nightwing and Harley Quinn are sidekicks with a flair for the dramatic and the clever. I'd like to see who'd win in a battle of wits. Nightwing is extremely resourceful, but Harley Quinn is...
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    Michael Myers: The Dark Knight

    Michael Myers was an emotionally abused 6 year-old American boy. His father was an alcoholic and his abusive treatment of Michael turned the boy into a psychotic. Michael killed his sister at the age of 7 and was admitted into a psychiatric institute from which he escaped at the age of 23, in...
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    Mortal Kombat X: Great Panels

    Mortal Kombat X is a fighting video game developed by NetherRealm Studios and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. It is the tenth main installment in the Mortal Kombat video game series and was released on April 14, 2015 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One...
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    Cobra (George P. Cosmatos): A Shiva-Pennywise Review

    One of the most under-appreciated American crime-thriller films is "Cobra" [1986]. The film was directed by *under-appreciated* film-maker George P. Cosmatos who also made the cult-favourite action-oriented American films "Rambo: First Blood Part II" [1985], "Leviathan" [1989], and "Tombstone"...
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    Black Cat (Felicia Hardy) vs. Woman of Babylon

    Black Cat (Felicia Hardy) is an intriguing anti-heroine and rival of the webbed wonder Spider-Man (Marvel Comics). Black Cat is a modern populism graffiti symbol of pedestrianism consciousness, and various representations of her image reflect a new age interest in gender dialogue. Black Cat...
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    Who would win in a fight?

    Violence Voltaire Captain America (Marvel Comics) is stronger than Batman (DC Comics) in the sense that he has to defend a more comprehensive list of American values/virtues. However, Batman's nemeses such as Scarecrow exhibit more terrifying powers and weapons. Take, for example...
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    Comic Book Pitch Extravaganza

    American Macabre: Purgatory Pakoras I really like the Batman-Purgatory idea. There's no reason we shouldn't be able to use the 'people-friendly' approach to comic book art to cast creatively constructed realms such as Hell and Horror. In fact, to add an addendum to the...
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