Hello fellow Pokemon Trainers! It’s time for another Pokedex post. I hope you guys are ready for some crazy entries. Now, let’s begin!
Piicee (The Daily Dose Pokemon) #184 Psychic/Poison Type Possible Abilities Synchronize (Inflicts the same status effect on the opposing Pokemon when inflicted with one) or Prankster (Status moves hit first) Gender Ratio 75% Male to 25% Female Doesn’t evolve Ht: 4’03” Wt: 88.2 lbs Appearance: A strange purple and green creature with a spherical body and rows of sharp teeth. Base Stats: HP: 80, Attack: 60, Defense: 75, Sp. Atk: 95, Sp. Def: 110, Speed: 80 Base Stat Total: 500 (Extremely well balanced stats) Immune to None and Weak to Ground, Ghost, and Dark.
Entry: Piicee travels the land, healing the injured. It uses the chemicals in its body to produce its own Viagra.
Viristal (The Lightbulb Pokemon) #357 Rock/Electric Type Possible Abilities Lightning Rod (All single-target Electric moves hit this Pokemon) or Volt Absorb (Recovers 1/4 of HP when hit with an Electric-type attack) Genderless Evolves from Ormite when exposed to a Thunder Stone. Ht: 5’03” Wt: 224.9 lbs Appearance: A blue lightbulb creature with 4 legs and a cat face. Base Stats: HP: 100, Attack: 50, Defense: 75, Sp. Atk: 136, Sp. Def: 100, Speed: 40 Base Stat Total: 501 (Extremely good Special Attack) Immune to Electric and Weak to Fighting, Water, Grass, and 4x Weak to Ground.
Entry: Viristal live deep in caves where they hunt bioluminescent prey to recharge the glow of its quartz crystal body.
Hello fellow pop culture enthusiasts! It’s time for another tropes post. This week, we’ll be focusing on the more spooky of the tropes. Now, let’s begin!
Ax-Crazy: A trope that’s extremely common in Horror based media. It deals with a mentally unstable character that’s capable of inflicting extreme violence. Some examples include; Cioccolata from part 5 of Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure. He’s a deranged doctor that enjoys making Snuff films with his partner, Secco. He also has a stand that kills people with a flesh eating virus. Next, there’s Carnage from Spider Man. He’s a serial killer that can generate whips and other weapons. Lastly, there’s Aran Ryan from Punch-Out!! He’s an unstable Irish fighter that never stops moving. He also plays extremely dirty, using illegal moves such as headbutts and ropes to take Mac down.
Aran Ryan: The insane boxer.
Freak Lab Accident: An immensely popular trope that’s used in many superhero forms of media. It occurs when some dangerous chemicals mix together, and transform somebody. Occasionally, it gives people superpowers, while other times, it horrifically mutates or kills them. Some examples include; The origin of Captain Hindsight from South Park. He gets involved in a freak accident with a radioactive spider that leaves him with the powers of extreme hindsight. Next, there’s The Fly from the movie of the same name. A teleportation accident causes an unfortunate scientist to merge with a fly, creating a hideous human fly hybrid. Lastly, there’s the giant tarantula’s in the film of the same name.
Hello boils and ghouls! It’s that haunting time of year again! Since Halloween is just around the corner, it’s time for some disturbing art. Now, let’s begin this harrowing journey into your deepest fears! Mwahahahah!
Night Creeper by Zdzislaw Beksinski Date Made: Unknown
This is a disturbing, yet awesome work by “Polish Surrealist”, Beksinski. It takes place in a dystopian apocalyptic future with burning buildings, and smoldering bodies. The whole atmosphere is extremely foreboding, and to make matters worse, there’s a bandaged, multi-legged, abomination that appears to be running at something. I’d love to hear what you guys think of it in the comments’ section below.
Grave Goods by Jeff Christensen Oil on Canvas
This is an awesomely dark work by “American Artist”, Christensen. It’s a nighttime piece that gives off many instances of “Memento Mori” The main characters of the work are all unsettling entities with garish jewelry. There’s a huge skeleton in the center of the work, and it appears to be surrounded by sharp-toothed cult members. In conclusion this is a very uniquely scary paining that is guaranteed to send shivers down your spine. Tell me what you think of this piece in the comments’ section below.
Hello fellow Gungeoneers! It’s time for another Gungeon post! I hope you guys are ready for some awesome items! Now, let’s begin!
Shelleton Key Type: Passive Item Rarity: S Appearance: A key with a happy skeleton on it. Effect: Allows the user to open any chest without the use of a key. Curse Up when held.
This is one of the most straightforward items in the game. It does make it much easier, though, and allows you to save a bunch of casings on keys. Unfortunately, it’s not very easy to come by, and you usually have to give up a lot to use it.
Evolver Type: Semi-automatic Gun Rarity: C Appearance: A blue amoeba with a circle in the center. Damage per shot: Amoeba form: 6, Worm form: 11.5, Snail form: 11.5, Frog form:???, Dragon Form: 37.5 Max Ammo: 300-150 Effect: A gun that transforms upon killing enemies. It starts as an amoeba, and finishes with a dragon.
Here we have one of my absolute favorite guns in the game. I love the transformation mechanic, and this gun fits it like a glove.
Hello fellow Pop Culture Enthusiasts! It’s time for another TV Tropes post! I hope you guys are ready for some awesome references. Now, let’s begin!
Magikarp Power: A fun trope that’s used in many forms of media. It refers to a seemingly weak character or item that gains phenomenal power upon leveling up or evolving. Some examples include; The titular trope namer, Magikarp. This is the weakest Pokemon in terms of stats, but it evolves into a giant leviathan-like creature with tremendous strength. Next, there’s the “Void Item” from The Binding of Isaac. It starts out as a useless active item, however, it can absorb other items to become an immensely powerful resource. Lastly, we have Frothing Berserker from Hearthstone. It starts out as a semi-weak 2/4 minion, but every time it takes damage, it grows in power.
Handicapped Badass: Another extremely common trope that’s used in many forms of media. It represents a disabled person who does incredible things, and doesn’t let their faults get in the way. Some examples include; Johnny from part 7 of Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure. This main character is paralyzed from the waist down, but participates in a world-wide horserace, and kicks serious ass. Next, there’s Red Haired Shanks from One Piece. This pirate captain lost his right arm to a sea monster in the first episode. Surprisingly, this doesn’t weaken his swordsmanship in any way, and he still is one of the most powerful characters in the show. Lastly, there’s Professor X from the X Men. While he might be bound to a wheelchair, his telepathic powers are some of the strongest in the world.
Johnny Joestar handicapped, jockey, and certified badass.
Hello fellow Book Lovers! It’s time for some more crappy covers. I hope you guys are ready to cringe and laugh! Now, let’s begin!
Griddle Creek: Fool’s Gold (Book 2) by M. Malenga Released: October 12th, 2017 Genres: Children’s Humor, Comic Book Pages: 32 Quick Summary: A typical museum heist story with quirky humor.
I know this is supposed to be a kid’s book, but this art is completely unacceptable! It seems like the artist just searched on Google Images for a picture of a diamond, and placed it on a black and grey background. If you are going to create a comic book, at least make the front cover appealing.
Facemate by Steven M. Greenberg Released: July 10th, 2019 Genre: Fiction Quick Summary: An Autistic boy discovers a futuristic dating site, and acquires unimaginable power. 386 pages
What we have here is missed potential. The plot of this book seems really neat, and is definitely a unique concept. Unfortunately, the front cover makes it fall flat on its face. What we have is 4 “people” that are 3D nightmares. The graphics are extremely unsettling, and seem to delve into the “Uncanny Valley”.