Now I'm thinking I should've done a "SDF-1 from Robotech vs. the Nemesis" battle.....
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All right fight fans, this time I give you a clash between vehicles! Pick your side, Viners--who wins?
SHIELD's mobile base of operations, the Helicarrier?
As the Predacon leader Megatron once stated, "the most powerful Decepticon warship in Transformer history", the Nemesis?
All right Viners--WHICH WINS?
I don't believe the ending is a repeat of Injustice: Gods Among Us. I believe it's more akin to the two-part series finale of "Superman: The Animated Series", titled "Legacy". For those who saw those two episodes, you know what I'm talking about.
After seeing the Cowboy Bebop anime movie, something clicked in my head that I thought was too funny. Bear with me on this one, I would like your opinions--in the vein of the Family Guy Star Wars specials, I came up with what I think is a hilarious idea, summed up in one title:
"Cowboy Bebop's Naked Gun"
That's right, the characters from Cowboy Bebop in the Leslie Nielsen-starring cop parody, with my idea of a cast being:
-Spike as Lt. Frank Drebin (Leslie Nielsen)
-Faye Valentine as Jane Spencer (Priscilla Presley)
-Vicious as Vincent Ludwing (Ricardo Montalban)
-Jet Black as Capt. Ed Hocken (George Kennedy)
-Julia as a female version of Det. Nordberg (filling in for O.J. Simpson)
-Edward as police scientist Ted Olsen (filling in for Ed Williams)
-Elektra Ovirowa (from the Cowboy Bebop anime movie) as Mayor Barkley
If they actually did something like this complete with an English dub, I would laugh at hearing Steven Blum, as Spike, channeling Leslie Nielsen.
I like the suggestions you came up with, Gregg--I even came up with voice actors who could play them:
1. KGBeast--Peter Stormare (who actually dipped his toe into the Bat-mythos with "The Batman versus Dracula".
2. Calendar Man--Maurice LaMarche (who played the guy in Arkham City, but for this kind of portrayal I'd like to see him use a Truman Capote imitation)
3. Copperhead III--Tia Texada
4. Blockbuster--Ron Perlman (a vet of the DCAU and it'd be a nod to his voicing the Hulk). As for his gang:
-Kari Wahlgren as Lady Vic
-Dave Wittenberg as Shrike
-Rob Paulsen (imitating Pat Buttram of Green Acres fame) as the Trigger Twins
-Robert Davi as Brutale
5. Condiment King--Rob Paulsen (imitating Jim Carrey, as a subtle nod to Batman Forever)
My favorite event? Answer: NONE. Why? Because, in the words of the honorable Jay Sherman, and if I were to put them all together into one big package, I would say this about it:
These events are nothing more than the comic book industry equivalent of Ed Wood's WORST picture mixed with "Heaven's Gate" (1985). It also gives me an idea for a name of this comic book 'age': THE AGE OF SELL-OUTS, 'cause that's what every single character owned by the Big Two, no matter what has been done with them by a fan-favorite team (and yes, that includes Mark Waid and co.), SELL-OUTS are all that they've become. And I HATE sell-outs.