All characters found in various DC and Marvel Encyclopedias, and on comicvine.gamespot.com
Hello fellow comic book lovers! It’s Tuesday, and you know what that means! Yes, it’s time for us to go into the bizarre world of comic book characters. Now, grab your favorite graphic novel, and let’s begin!
- Mammoth Real Name: Baran Flinders Status: Villain First Appeared: The New Teen Titans #3 (Jan. 1981) Powers/Abilities: Superhuman strength, durability, and endurance; prone to fits of rage due to state of emotional underdevelopment.
Baran was born in Australia along with his sister, Selinda. He was bullied at school until his metahuman abilities developed. The renowned Dr. Helga taught the siblings how to control their powers. From there, Baran became a criminal, and frequent foe of the Teen Titans. Unfortunately, Mammoth is quite dumb, and usually relies on his bulk instead of any real tactics.
- Orb Real Name: Drake Shannon Status: Villain First Appeared: Marvel Team-Up I #15 (1973) Powers/ Abilities: Helmet can cast hypnotic spells and fire energy blasts. Customized stunt motorcycles.
Drake was an amazing stunt motorcyclist that teamed up with Crash Simpson. Due to a freak accident Shannon’s face ended up becoming horribly disfigured. Infuriated and out for revenge, he met with a shadowy organization called Those Who Wield Power. The organization gave Drake an eyeball-shaped helmet with supernatural powers. He eventually met his end when he was “killed” by a runaway train.
Info found on comicvine.gamespot.com, The Legion Of Regrettable Super Villains, and various DC and Marvel encyclopedias
Hello fellow Comic Book lovers! It’s Tuesday, and you know what that means!
- Kangaroo Real Name: Frank Oliver Status: Low Tier Villain First Appeared: The Amazing Spiderman # 81 (1970) Powers: Enhanced strength and pain resistance, Can leap great distances
Frank Oliver was an Australian man that was obsessed with kangaroos. He trained his body to be identical to the animal, and finally was successful He was forced to flee his homeland after killing a man in the ring. Frank encountered Spider-Man, and was defeated easily by the Web-Crawler. He later had his powers enhanced by the criminal scientist, Dr. Jonas Harrow. Frank met his demise when attempting to steal a radioactive isotope.
- Slyde Real Name: Jalome Beacher Status: Villain First Appeared: Amazing Spider-Man #272 (1986) Powers: Can skate along the ground at approximately 30 mph, Costume coated with near-frictionless substance
Jalome was a Chemical Engineer that discovered a virtually frictionless substance. After getting fired from his company, he robbed a bank and met Spider-Man. He later joined the Masters of Evil, but was quickly captured and imprisoned.
Character info found in various DC and Marvel encyclopedias, The League of Regrettable Superheroes, and comicvine.gamespot.com
Hello fellow comic book fans! It’s Tuesday, and you know what that means! Yes, it’s time for us to look at some more strange characters. Now, grab your favorite graphic novel, and let’s begin!
- Lifeform Real Name: George Prufrock Status: Experimental Monstrocity First Appeared: Punisher Annual #3 (1990) Powers/Abilities: Superhuman strength, speed, and endurance, regeneration, absorption of organic matter
George was an ordinary human that joined the villainous organization, A.I.M. During his first mission, he became infected by a experimental pathogen known as the Programma Virus. The virus mutated George’s body, transforming him into a massive being called the Lifeform. As time progressed, George’s body kept changing into more horrific forms. With this transformation, came a dual personality, and an unquenchable hunger for human flesh. Lifeform has battled many iconic heroes such as Daredevil, the Silver Surfer, and even the Hulk.
- Nuke Real Name: Frank Charles Simpson Status: Villainous Super Solider First Appeared: Daredevil I #232 (1986) Powers/Abilities: Drug-controlled emotions, heightened endurance, strength and reaction time, expert hand-to-hand fighter
Frank Simpson was a Vietnam War Veteran that underwent an experimental treatment that created Captain America. The experiment was successful, however Simpson became delusional. He believed that he was still fighting the war, and tattooed an American Flag on his face. Being a loose cannon, Simpson was ordered by Kingpin to destroy Hell’s Kitchen. Nuke finally met his end by helicopter fire in the 233rd Issue of Daredevil.
Info found in the Marvel Encyclopedia, comic vine.gamespot.com, and The League Of Regrettable Superheroes by Jon Morris
Hello fellow viewers! I have decided to create a new topic that will be posted every two weeks. I have always found Superheroes and Villains extremely fascinating, and I would like to dedicate a post to the strangest and completely forgotten. So, get ready to laugh as we begin this humorous look into the bad, strange, and very pathetic.
- Gin Genie Real Name: Beckah Parker Super Power: Alcohol Based Shockwave Generation First Appeared: X-Force #116 Exit Wounds (2001) (Marvel Universe)
Gin Genie was a member of the X-Force who had alcohol-based powers. When inebriated, she could produce powerful earthquakes, which varied in intensity based on the amount of alcohol in her blood. Unfortunately, due to her drunken state, her power was often used on her own teammates. Gin Genie met her end by helicopter fire, along with almost all of X-Force. Talk about your dangerous drunks, eh?
- Glob Herman Real Name: Robert Herman Super Powers: Highly Flammable Body and Enhanced Physical Abilities First Appearance: New X-Men #117-Danger Rooms (2001) (Marvel Universe) (Member of the Omega Gang)
Glob Herman is an incredibly strange Mutant from the Marvel Universe. His body is made out of a living wax called bio-paraffin. It’s a transparent substance, and you can see his entire skeleton from the outside. Herman has a strange power, which allows his body to be set on fire. I believe that he is one of the strangest characters in the Marvel Universe, and I would love to learn more about his backstory. I would love to hear your thoughts and suggestions of new characters to write about in the comments’ section below.
Hello fellow mixologists! It’s Thursday, and you know what that means! Yes, my brewery is open once again! I hope you guys are ready for some interesting drinks. Now, grab a shot glass, and let’s get started!
- Avo’s Tithe (Fable Cocktail) (drink created by Eddie Strickland)
- 2 oz Orange Juice
- 2 oz Mead
- .5 oz Licor 43
Directions: Mix Licor 43 and mead in a lowball over ice, then add orange juice.
- Enderman (Minecraft cocktail) (drink created by the drunkenmoogle.com)
- 1 1/2 oz jager
- 1 1/2 oz white rum
- 8 oz Coca Cola
Directions: Mix alcoholic ingredients and pour over ice in a highball glass. Fill with 8 oz of Coke.
Hello fellow Mixologists! It’s Thursday, and my Brewery is open once again! I hope you guys are ready for some awesome drinks. Now, grab a shot glass, and let’s get mixing!
- SNAAAKE! Liquid Snake (Metal Gear Solid Cocktail) drink created by GamesRadar
- 2 oz Whiskey
- 1/2 oz Sweet Vermouth
- 1/2 oz Dry Vermouth
- 1 dash bitters
- 1 gummi snake
Directions: Combine all the ingredients into a glass, stir, and enjoy.
- Zerg Rush (Starcraft II shots) drink created by Scrollbar.dk
- 5 cl Fernet Blanca
- 5 cl Hot n’ Sweet
- 5 cl Bailey’s Irish Cream
- 5 dashes Tabasco Sauce
Directions: Layer each of the ingredients into six separate shot glasses, in the order given. Take down all six shots as soon as they are served.
Hello fellow mixologists! It’s Thursday, and my brewery is open once again! I hope you guys are ready for some awesome new drinks! Now, grab a shot glass, and let’s get started!
- Silent Killer! Shirley Templar (Assassin’s Creed cocktail) (drink found on thedrunkenmoogle.com)
- Ginger Ale
- 1.5 oz. gin
- 1.5 oz. grenadine
- 1 maraschino cherry
Directions: In a highball glass with ice, fill most of the glass half with Sprite, with a ginger ale, leaving a bit of room at the top. Mix in a shot of grenadine and a shot of gin. Place a maraschino cherry on top and serve.
- Master Chief (Halo cocktail) (drink made by Clint Slowik)
- 2 parts Midori
- 1 part Jack Daniels
- 1 part Jager
- Lemon Lime Soda
- Orange Mio Liquid Water Enhancer
- Blue Mio Liquid Water Enhancer
- Mango Puree
Directions: Pour 2 parts over ice in a hefty lowball glass. In a shaker, mix the Jack Daniels, Jager, a splash of Midori, a squeeze of blue Mio, and a dash of Mango Puree. Float the mixture on the top of the Midori in your lowball. Lightly add the Lemon Lime soda to fill and finish with a squeeze of orange Mio flavoring.