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The year is 3897 in the Milky Way Galaxy. John Wilson was a soldier in the C.U.J. until he went AWOL and now is currently a smuggler in the outer rim. But when the Galaxy breaks out in war, John must decide whose side he is on, and become the warrior he wished he could have been. The Alpha Warrior.
Josen is an average fisherman, until the day legendary conqueror and sailor, Draco, arrived in his city, Draco calls for any able man to join him on his quest for immortality. Eager to prove himself to Draco, the Hermit Josen immediately joins Draco's crew, but little does he know of the dangers that lie in wait...
Josh Coulson was an average man in an average world, until it all went to hell. Now he is a man constantly on the run from the horrors behind him, only to find more in front of him. With no where to run, he accepts his fate, your name is Andrew Johnson, will you give up like Josh, or will you stand and fight...
Recent PostsWhat Makes A Good Villain? on 5/11/2016 11:33:38 AM
Oh no, Batman is popular. I love Marvel, but when it comes to DC, Batman is the only one I like.
What Makes A Good Villain? on 5/11/2016 11:22:44 AM
Yes, Ledger was pretty awesome as Joker, I'm not sure about Suicide Squad's though.
What Makes A Good Villain? on 5/11/2016 11:20:11 AM
Not popular, but more well known, they've been around longer, but Spider-Man has became the highest grossing hero, and the face of Super Heroes.
What Makes A Good Villain? on 5/11/2016 11:17:29 AM
Then who is the greatest and most popular hero? Because I sure as hell read up on my facts dude.
Captain America: Civil War on 5/10/2016 12:57:25 PM
Captain America: Civil War was released in theaters on May 6, and is quickly becoming an even bigger success than Batman v Superman, The Avengers, and even Star Wars: The Force Awakens. And this is only Marvel's launch for Phase III. Imagine what they'll do for the rest of Phase III.
What Makes A Good Villain? on 5/10/2016 12:53:46 PM
There have been many villains, and some are great villains. Darth Vader, Lord Voldemort and Sauron (Just to name a few) and we also have the generic bad guy, like a robber or a thief. But we also get underated villains, like Kylo Ren, the Green Goblin, and the Joker. There are an endless supply of villains for our favorite heroes to defeat. What makes a good villain is their back story, their motivations, their desires, their conflicts, and also their hero enemy. A good villain was Eddie Brock, the Venom. He had a great back story, and motivations, also with the belief that he was better than Spider-Man, but strived to prove himself better than Spider-Man. He had emotion, even as Venom, and even had to team up with the wall crawler a few times, making him even greater of a villain. Also, like I said, It's the hero they battle (Or heroes) that make them good as well. Spider-Man is the greatest and most popular hero of all time. No kidding, look it up, he has become an idol, with more girlfriends than villains it sometimes seems. It's hard to find someone who doesn't know Spider-Man, and in turn, It's not as hard, but still hard to find someone who doesn't know Venom, or Darth Vader. I've said my piece.
Toby Maguire, Andrew Garfield, or Tom Holland? on 5/5/2016 3:07:44 PM
People Who Have Their Pets Buried With Them on 5/5/2016 2:57:15 PM
I think It's wrong. You're description of Happy is actually how a lot of pets are whenever they are killed and buried with their owners, there have even been times when the pet was buried alive with It's owner.
Toby Maguire, Andrew Garfield, or Tom Holland? on 5/5/2016 2:54:45 PM
I'm a huge Spider-Man fan, but the MCU brings him to life! My question is, who did the greatest portrayal of Spider-Man and Peter Parker in the movies.
Toby Maguire did a great portrayal of Peter Parker, but his Spider-Man wasn't the best.
Andrew Garfield was a great Spider-Man, but a terrible Peter Parker.
But now we have Tom Holland, who fits and acts the role of Peter Parker, but also does extremely well with the alter ego Spider-Man.
In my opinion, Tom Holland is the best Spider-Man.
Best Video Game Storyline? on 5/5/2016 11:09:34 AM
True, I can see that, but if you allow yorself, you can become emotionally attached. I felt like I was Lee, but I knew I wasn't, and I knew that once he was bitten, it was all over. His actual death was so much more than the in game deaths you might occasionally make, this time, he was really gone. It wasn't like losing a beloved character, or even dying in a video game, It's almost as if you lost a part of yourself with the most bad ass character since Daryl and Michonne the walking dead has had to offer.