Hello fellow Pokemon Trainers! It’s time for us to take a look at some more crazy entries. Now, let’s begin!
Niterpent (The Experiment Pokemon) #382 Type: Fire/Electric Legendary Ability: Tinted Lens (Doubles damage of “Not Very Effective” moves) Appearance: An awesome mechanized snake. Ht: 19’01” Wt: 396.8 lbs Male Only Base Stats: HP: 81 Attack: 141 Defense: 85 Sp. Atk: 141 Sp. Def: 71 Speed: 101 Base Stat Total 620: (Highest Base Attack and Special Attack of all Fire-types and Highest Base Attack of all Electric-types.) Weak to Rock, Water, and Ground
Entry: Supposedly a haywire war machine, Niterpent converts anything nearby into metal. It acts oddly at times, as if receiving far-off signals.
Dowster (The Shade Pokemon) #077 Ghost/Psychic Type Abilities: Shadow Tag (Prevents Escape) or Cursed Body (Has a 30% chance to disable foe’s move on contact) Evolves from Deemdow when exposed to a Moon Stone Gender Ratio: 50/50 Appearance: A red poltergeist. Ht: 5’07” Wt: 168.9 lbs Base Stats HP: 80 Attack: 125 Defense: 50 Sp. Atk: 135 Sp. Def: 90 Speed: 70 Stat Total: 550 (Highest Base Special Attack of all Psychic and Ghost Types and the Highest Base Attack of all Psychic types.) Immune to Normal and Fighting.
Entry: This Pokemon hides in people’s houses, making itself invisible and moving objects with its PSI to make the house look haunted.
Hello fellow book lovers! It’s Tuesday, and you know what that means! Yes, it’s time for us to take a look at some more crappy covers. Now, let’s begin!
Death in the Australian Outback by Anthony E. Thorogood Release Date: December 5th, 2013 Genres: Humor, Mystery Plot: This is a series of crime novels with a large dash of humor.
This cover is one of the most pathetic that I’ve ever seen! It looks like it was done with little to no effort. The cover is of a poorly drawn man with a gun that’s larger than his face. He also has a very disgusted look on his face.
Adventures of Silicon Jones (Maven Fairy Godmother Book 6) by Charlotte Henley Babb Released on: November 20th, 2018 Genres: Science Fiction and Fantasy Pages: 76 Plot: This is a book about a genius hacker that explores the fourth dimension.
This cover is schlocky awesomeness at its finest. We have a cool-looking bearded dude riding a motorcycle with a blue dinosaur’s head on the rim. Unfortunately, the cover is also nightmarish with the horrific, yellow abomination in the left side of the painting.
Hello fellow Comic Book Fans! It’s Tuesday, and you know what that means! Yes, it’s time for us to take a look at some more obscure characters. Now, let’s begin!
Schizoid Man Real Name: Chip Martin Status: Supervillain First Appeared: Spectacular Spider-Man #36 (November 1st, 1979) Creator: Marvel Powers/Abilities: Mental control and creation of objects and creatures, Telekinesis
Chip discovered his powers at a young age, and unfortunately developed a second personality as well. This other persona was a benevolent force that drove the kid nearly into insanity. His powers were suppressed through medical treatment, and didn’t emerge again until a stressful incident in college. This time, his evil persona took over, and he started to rampage through the campus. He was eventually severely beaten by an unstable Spider-Man.
Mastermind II Real Name: Martinique Jason Status: Supervillain First Appeared: Wolverine/Gambit: Victims #2 (October 1st, 1995) Creator: Marvel Powers/Abilities: Psionic ability to cast illusions, causing people to hear, see, smell, touch, and taste things that do not actually exist.
Martinique is the daughter of the original Mastermind, and inherited his powers at birth. She was comatose for a long period of time, while other villains used her powers to control others. When she finally woke up, she joined the Sisterhood of Evil Mutants, and hasn’t been heard from since.
Hello everyone, and welcome to a brand new topic! Atlas Obscura is one of my favorite books of all time, and it’s chalk full of wacky and wild landmarks from around the world. I’ve decide to share some of my favorites with you guys. I hope you enjoy it, so, let’s begin!
The Poison Garden Location: Alnwick, Northumberland Description: This dangerously gorgeous garden is home to some of the most lethal plants on the face of the Earth. The place is decorated with Skulls and Crossbones that worn THESE PLANTS CAN KILL! I have always wanted to visit this place because I’m a real fan of these plants. The garden is open from March to December.
The Jellyfish Lake Location: The Island of Palau Description: This small saltwater lake houses about a million jellyfish that bob up and down, feeding on plankton. The jellyfish don’t sting, and they make the entire lake gorgeous and mesmerizing.
Hello fellow Pokemon Trainers! It’s time for us to take a look at some more crazy entries. I hope you guys are ready to be confused and astonished. Now, let’s begin!
Slugbud (The Buddy Pokemon) #372 Water/Poison Type Possible Abilities: Hydration (Heals status effects in the rain) or Sap Sipper (Absorbs Grass-Type moves and converts them into an Attack boost) Evolves into Slughug at Level 30 and Slugfugg at Level 48 Female Only Appearance: A cute fusion of Goomy and Mudkip Ht: 1’04” Wt: 13.2 lbs Base Stats: HP: 55 Attack: 60 Defense: 65 Sp. Atk: 35 Sp. Def: 45 Speed: 20 Base Stat Total: 280 (Pretty decent for a first evolution) Weak to Electric, Ground, and Psychic
Entry: This Pokemon is your best buddy. It’ll stick by you through tough times to comfort you.
Uwotto (The Xeno Pokemon) #228 Psychic/Steel Type Possible Abilities: Compound Eyes (Increases accuracy of moves by 30%) or Intimidate (Lowers foe’s attack) Appearance: An awesome Xenomorph encased in pure metal. Gender Ratio 50/50 Evolves from Ayylamo holding a metal coat Base Stats: HP: 80 Attack: 110 Defense: 105 Sp.Atk: 90 Sp.Def: 100 Speed: 80 Base Stat Total: 565 (Great stats and has the greatest base stat total of all non-legendary Psychic Pokemon) Immune to Poison and Weak to Ground, Ghost, Fire, and Dark.
Entry: U fuckin wot m8 swear down on me grandmum I will wreck ye swear down.
Hello fellow media lovers! It’s time for us to take a look at some more fascinating tropes. Now, let’s begin!
Cordon Bleugh Chef: This is an extremely popular trope that’s used in numerous forms of media. The trope occurs when a chef or wannabe chef tries to combine ingredients that should NEVER go together. The result usually involves the consumer gagging, vomiting, or fainting. Some examples of this include; Soma’s devious combination of squid tentacles and peanut butter from Shokugeki no Soma. Soma is an amazing cook in the anime, with many of his dishes causing consumers to literally be in ecstasy. However, this dish causes the consumers to feel violated, and Soma brings this dish out when he wants to screw with people. In The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, cooking is a major part of the game. It not only is used to recover health, but some foods can even protect you from the harsh temperatures. Then, there’s the dubious food, a disgusting concoction that can be created if Link combines bugs and monster parts together. The result is a censored mix of disgustingness that only recovers one heart.
Video Game Cruelty Potential: You’re an all around good character in a video game, and then you’re given a mission that completely brakes your moral compass. Some examples of this include; Scribblenauts, where you can use a baby with steak attached to it to attract lions. In the incredibly fun and challenging Oregon Trail, your party goes through hell to get to Oregon. Death is extremely common, dysentary happens often, colds can be lethal, and it’s almost impossible to get to Oregon with the full crew.
Hello fellow Marine Biologists! It’s time for me to bring back one of my favorite topics! As said multiple times in the past, I love marine life, and I’m always amazed at the new creatures that are discovered. This post will discuss some of the coolest creatures of the sea. Now, let’s begin our incredible journey!
Helmet Jelly (Periphylla periphylla) Size: Can be up to 1m Depths found in: 0-7000m Habitats: Oceans worldwide as well as the Mediterranean Sea Diet: Plankton
The Helmet Jelly is one of the largest Jellyfish found in the deep sea. It is usually bright red in color, and emits a bioluminescent glow. This glow allows the creature to distinguish between light and dark. The Jelly is actually considered to be quite a nuisance in Norway, as it devours many resources in isolated ecosystems.
Radiolarians (Tuscaridium cygneum) Size: 1.2 cm Depths found in: 400-2200m Habitat: Oceans worldwide Diet: Phytoplankton
Radiolarians are unique types of Zooplankton that mainly reside in the column of deep waters. Despite being microscopic in size, when zoomed in on, they’re quite beautiful, and resemble spherical spiky balls. They also can’t swim, and remain perfectly still, floating in the deep depths. When disturbed, the Radiolarian will emit a bioluminescent glow. Upon death, the skeletons of these creatures will fall to the ocean floor, and are one of the prime materials found in abyssal sediment.