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Weird, wild stuff (and some Wes Anderson-esque opening credits).
The Chosen are assembling, and Xiaolian is gearing up for battle. There's a storm brewing.
Serval Industries’ X-Factor is deployed to seek out Doug Ramsey to find out why Warlock and Magus are behaving so oddly. Meanwhile, tensions heat up the corporate ladder.
2-4! Daredevil still in the lead.
Hey! Long time no see.
Oh. This is a tough one, but I'm going to have to go with Batman #653.
Nice to see the thread back. :)
Yeah it's great to get it going again!
1-2 to the man without fear!
Daredevil, always Daredevil (how many times do I have to repeat myself?)
Yeah, Daredevil is awesome. :P
Okay guys, I apologise for the ridiculously long wait but I have a life outside this forum and it has been very busy lately!
This tournament will now have a new round once a day for the foreseeable future.
Batman #653 - Face the Face, Part 6 of 8 (Face the Face)
Daredevil #90 - The Devil Takes a Ride, Part 2
I vote for Daredevil, 0-1.
Moore wins, biggest stomp that was ever stomped.
The day the earth stood still.
The original kicks ass, hate the remake.
I think everybody agrees with you on that one! :P
No way back for The Day The Earth Stood Still! A good win for Planet of the Apes. However, they're both awesome.
Time for 2 classics from Walt Disney.
Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs
Hmm, difficult one for me. Snow White just gets my vote, 1-0.
#28 is the winner! @battle_forum_junkie.
Time for some Jack Kirby.
Daredevil #43 - In Combat With Captain America!
Fantastic Four #72 - Where Soars the Silver Surfer!
Gotta vote for the Fantastic Four this time, 0-1!
By the way... 1,000 posts!
@themanintheshoe: I hardly have time to update this due to many other commitments, plus this tournament can be quite popular.
Hey guys, another round coming up! Time for 2 of my favourite Sci-Fi films ever. Unfortunately, both these classic and brilliant films have painfully bad remakes.
The Day The Earth Stood Still (1951)
Planet of the Apes (1968)
It's a close one for me... I vote for Planet of the Apes.
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