Deadliest Superhero

Did you guys ever watch the show the Deadliest Warrior on Spike? How cool would it be to have a series like that but for superheroes? Imagine a show where "experts" comb through comic book information as well as information from comic book adaptations in other media and then use that to determine which of two selected characters per episode would win in a battle. Then have a dramatization of that battle with cool effects showing who would win for the audience.

I imagine that might add fodder for a lot of battle forum debates, or put some to rest.


What Superhero Am I?

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What superhero am I?

Mt Results:

Superman 100%
You are da Man of heroes. Super strength, super speed, super...ego? Yeah, you know you're gonna tell all your friends how super you are. This quiz proves it.
You are the Ever-Lovin' Blue-Eyed Thing. You have a rocky exterior but a soft inside. As far as superheroes go, you ROCK.
You are the ulitmate X-Man. Sure you may be a bit stuffy at times but then again, you can choose from either Jean or Emma. Who cares about stuffiness?
Captain Britain
Wotcher! You're Captain Britain, mate. Crikey guvna, wot's next?

I Match Poorly With..
Wolverine 16.7%
Face it bub, you're the best there is at what you do...that must mean you are THE quiz taker. Despite being covered in hair, you somehow are able to attract the ladies. Snikt!
Hulk Smash! No one gets in your way. You also look great in purple pants. Good thing they're a little stretchy.
You got Groo. Did you err? You're all about the mindless battles, your faithful dog Rufferto, and lots of cheese dips. Yum!
Moon Knight
You are one bad mutha.' Unfortunately, you're a little crazy sometimes. Rich playboy, taxi cab driver, super hero, take your pick.
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When you read comics are you drawn to stories about characters your own age, or is age irrelevant to you? For instance, books like Runaways, X-Men, Teen Titans, etc, may appeal to teens looking for stories that have characters which reflect them as readers. And as those readers grow older they may turn to different books with older protagonists.  The opposite may also be true. Older readers may prefer younger characters and/or characters from their youth. For some characters, like Wolverine who is over a hundred, age probably doesn't factor into what is relatable about them.

Do you feel like the age of a character makes him or her, more or less relatable? Does it matter?


How Old is Too Old?

At what point are we supposed to stop readings comics? And why should we? Frankly, I don't think you're ever too old to enjoy something you like so long as it doesn't harm anyone. Comic books (and animation) do however have the stigma of being something just for kids, even though many if not most comics are geared towards an older audience. 
Do you pay any attention to people who believe that? Does it bother you if people think you're too old to be reading comics? Do you think you will be too old for it one day, and If so, when are you "too old" for comics? I'd like to challenge that sentiment. If only more people understood just how much comics and graphic novels offer people of all ages. There is more to it and more diversity in comics than people who don't read them may realize.


So, what are your plans for Halloween? Party? Trick or Treating? Me, I'm going to watch a zombie movie marathon. :D 


Marvel's TRON Variants

Ever imagine what superheroes would look like in the world of TRON? Check out Spidey and the rest in these upcoming variant covers to celebrate the new TRON movie. Pretty cool looking IMO. 

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