Hello fellow Pokemon Trainers! It’s time for another set of entries. I hope you guys are ready for some true absurdity. Now, let’s begin!
Illumatrix (The Triforce Pokemon) #333 Psychic/Flying Type Appearance: An avian-like creature with a the Illuminati symbol for a head. Possible Abilities: Illuminate (Boosts accuracy), Forewarn (Reveals one of your opponent’s moves with priority on damage-dealing ones), Solar Power (Boosts Sp. Atk in sunshine, but also lowers HP), or Analytic (Moving last boosts power of attacks by 30%) Ht: 9’02” Wt: 61.7 lbs Evolves from Illuminowl at Level 42 Gender Ratio: 50/50 Base Stats: HP: 92, Attack: 65, Defense: 95, Sp. Atk: 113, Sp. Def: 100, Speed: 70 Base Stat Total: 535 (Highest Special Attack of all non-legendary Flying-types) Immune to Ground and Weak to Rock, Dark, Ice, Electric, and Ghost.
Entry: Illumatrix has 10 letters. 10/5 is 2. Two has three letters. The Illuminati triangle has three sides. WAKE UP SHEEPLE.
Hello fellow Pokemon Trainers! It’s time for another Pokemon post! I hope you guys are ready for some crazy entries. Now, let’s begin!
Seamapan (The Obsession Pokemon) #050 Water/Normal Type Possible Abilities: Cute Charm (Possible infatuation on direct contact), Huge Power (Doubles the Attack stat), or Thick Fat (Halves the damage taken by Fire and Ice Moves) Appearance: A literal aquatic pair of female underwear with legs. Ht: 2’00” Wt: 19.8 lbs Gender Ratio: 12.5% male to 87.5% female Base Stats: HP: 51, Attack: 31, Defense: 70, Sp. Atk: 60, Sp. Def: 81, Speed: 106 Stat Total: 399 (Decent Speed and Special Defense) Doesn’t Evolve Immune to Ghost and Weak to Electric, Grass, and Fighting
Entry: Seamapan are often caught for their scales. Its body pattern often causes arousal in humans.
Ruselamp (The Electrolamp Pokemon) #290 Psychic/Electric type Possible Abilities: Illuminate (Increases wild Pokemon rate by 100%) or Synchronize (Passes on status problems to the enemy) Evolves from Egylamp when exposed to a Thunder Stone Appearance: A lamp-like creature with a big smile and jumper cable hands. Gender Ratio: 50/50 Ht: 4’11” Wt: 158.7 lbs Base Stats: HP: 70, Attack: 65, Defense: 85, Sp. Atk: 125, Sp. Def: 90 Speed: 90 Base Stat Total: 525 (Extremely good Special Attack) Weak to: Bug, Ground, Ghost, and Dark.
Entry: Ruselamp can attack with powerful jolts using their jumper cable hands.
Hello fellow Pop Culture Enthusiasts! It’s time for another tropes post! I hope you guys are ready for some awesome trivia. Now, let’s begin!
Squashed Flat: An extremely popular trope that’s used in many forms of media, mainly cartoons. It occurs when a character gets flattened by a heavy object or machine. Some examples include; Judge Doom’s transformation in Who Framed Roger Rabbit. In this, the titular villain exposes his true form after getting flattened like a pancake. Lastly, we have the various squishing of Tom& Jerry. Always played for comedic effect, the two titular characters will always find themselves getting squished by various objects.
Hello fellow Pokemon trainers! It’s time for another Pokemon post. I hope you guys are ready for some crazy entries. Now, let’s begin!
Knogrinyu (The GOATOAT Pokemon) #162 Normal Type Possible Abilities: Reckless (Boosts moves with recoil by 20%) or Own Tempo (Prevents confusion) Evolves from Knogoat at Level 38 Gender Ratio: 50/50 Appearance: A large goat with a mischievous grin. Ht: 6’07” Wt: 436.5 lbs Base Stats: HP: 170, Attack: 120, Defense: 70, Sp. Atk: 40, Sp. Def: 70, Speed: 75 Base Stat Total: 545 (Highest base HP of all Normal-type Pokemon) Immune to Ghost and Weak to Fighting
Entry: Knogrinyu is the GOAT goat. Only the elite Knogrinyu are allowed in the GOAT tower.
Pyongnome (The Arsenal Pokemon) #276 Steel Type Appearance: A green gnomish version of Kim Jong Un. Ability: Intimidate (Lowers a foe’s Attack stat by one stage) Ht:4’03” Wt: 49.6 lbs Doesn’t Evolve Gender Ratio: 50/50 Base Stats: HP: 70, Attack: 135, Defense: 60, Sp.Atk: 115, Sp. Def: 45, Speed: 80 Base Stat Total: 505 (Very good stats with extremely high Attack and Special Attack) Immune to Poison and Weak to Fire, Ground, and Fighting
Entry: It likes being the center of the attention. It crafts giant bombs from scraps to intimidate other Pokemon.
Happy April fools, everyone! I hope you all are doing well. Today, we will be looking at the “best” and “greatest” Yu-Gi-Oh cards ever printed. I hope you guys are ready to be blown away by these “incredible powerhouses”. Now, let’s duel! Uh…… How do you play this game again?
Lucky Punch: Type: Continuous Trap Card Appearance: Behemoth getting punched directly in his tail by Rescue Rabbit. Effect: Once per turn, when an opponent’s monster declares an attack: You can toss a coin 3 times. If the result is 3 heads, draw 3 cards, but if the result is 3 tails, destroy this card. If this face-up card on the field is destroyed: You lose 6000 Life Points.
This card is absolutely horrible! The amount of draw power you get out of it is barely worth it when the opposite effect can kill you immediately. Don’t run this one under any circumstance!
An Unfortunate Report Aka: I’m a freaking idiot that loves to be hit in the face. Type: Normal Trap Appearance: A dreary-looking desk with a stack of tattered papers. Effect: Your opponent conducts their next Battle Phase twice.
This card is probably one of the worst, if not the worst trap card ever created. Giving your opponent another chance to hit your face is like asking to lose to the match. I detest this card, and will never use it in a deck.
Tommy the Cat by Primus from the album “Sailing the Seas of Cheese”Released: 1991 Genres: Experimental Rock and Funk Metal Written by: Les Claypool, Tim Alexander, Larry LaLonde, and Todd Huth
This is going to be a very fun music post! I have just recently gotten into Primus, and I respect them more and more with repeating listening. This specific song really caught my attention, due to Claypool’s godlike bass playing. It starts with an excellent bass solo, and then we get the first lyrics. The lyrics are sung at an incredibly fast pace by Claypool, and it tells the story of a literal cool cat trying to seduce a sexy mate. The music video is shot like a R. Crumb comic, and it is just incredible. As one of my introductions into this band’s rich history, I could not have chosen a better song. The chorus is an absolute treat, and will have you singing along in no time. I’d love to hear what you guys think of this piece in the comments’ section below.
Hello fellow Book Lovers! It’s time for another Crappy Cover post! I hope you guys are ready to cringe and laugh profusely. Now, let’s begin!
Angry House by Alexis Kennedy (February 1st, 2018) Genres: Horror and Ghost Fiction Pages: 244 Brief Summary: A widowed writer moves to the countryside to an old White House. The house holds a terrible secret, and the writer must learn this the hard way.
I really like the premise of this book, but the cover is complete trash. It depicts a shadowy figure that closely resembles death. There’s also a horrible Jpeg of flames that surround the title of the book. In conclusion the cover gives missed potential to an otherwise fascinating story.
Blood of Our Fathers by Sonny Girard (July 28th, 2010) Genres: Crime Thriller, Crime Fiction, Literary Fiction 592 Pages Quick Summary: A reformed mafia member tries to restart his fractured life.
Another wonderful concept for a book completely destroyed by an absolutely shitty cover. The art looks like it was done in about 5 minutes, and it smells very amateurish. It’s just a picture of a gun with a couple of bullet holes surrounding it.
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”.