Hello fellow video game fans! It’s Wednesday, and you know what that means! Yes, it’s time for us to take a look at some more crappy art. Now, let’s begin!
Mystery of the Druids For The PC Release Date: September 14th, 2001 Rated M Developed by House of Tales Genre: Adventure
Mystery of the Druids is a buggy mess of a Point-and-click adventure game. The characters look like shit, and the game crashes quite often. It has gained infamy among the internet for having one of the worst covers in video game history. The cover depicts a supposed “druid” with an incredibly stupid expression on his face. I definitely don’t want to play it after seeing the cover.
Dr. Sudoku for the Game Boy Advance Released: August 26th, 2006 Rated E Published by 505 Games Genre: Puzzle
This is a very obscure GBA game with a pretty horrible cover. It features a Japanese man with a cartoony mouth. Various numbers are spewing out, and the title of the game is erupting out of his head.
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 crazy characters. Now, let’s begin!
Powderkeg Real Name: Frank Skorina Status: Prisoner First Appeared: Captain Marvel #1 (December 1995) Creator: Marvel Powers/Abilities: Superhuman strength and durability, can secrete nitroglycerin through his sweat glands, which causes explosions when he claps his hands.
Frank’s backstory is quite murky, but we know that he used to belong to a terrorist group. He hijacked a cargo ship that happened to be carrying Monica Rambeau, a mutant with the power to control the electromagnetic spectrum. She knocks out Frank, and he’s apprehended by the authorities. He now frequents the villainous Bar With No Name.
Chester Goudal Status: Failed vampire hunter (Deceased) First Appeared: Punisher: P.O.V. #1 (1991) Powers/Abilities: Above average strength and size, vampire killing weapons. Creator: Marvel
Chester was a certified madman that believed that the people around him were horrific beings. He sought out to kill a certain vampire, but ended up getting into a fight with the Punisher instead. That didn’t last long, and he met his end in front of a subway.
Hello fellow media lovers! It’s Saturday, and you know what that means! Yes, it’s time for us to take a look at some more TV Tropes. Now, let’s begin!
Getting Crap Past The Radar: This is one of my favorite, and most well-known tropes on the site. It occurs whenever a form of media puts something scandalous, or flat-out inappropriate into an otherwise family friendly TV show. It’s amazing at how many instances of this occur on TV, so I’ll give a few examples; The Yu-Gi-Oh! card Dark Necrofear was called Dark Necrophilia in the Japanese Anime, Megaman Battle Network 2 has a character asking you to “suck yo mama’s milk”, and the game is still rated E!, and,Plankton from SpongeBob attempts suicide in the episode “One Course Meal”.
SNK Boss: This infuriating trope occurs in many great SNK fighting games, and others like King of Fighters, Marvel VS. Capcom, and The Battle Network Series. Many things cause a boss to rise to this level such as; Overpowered attacks, Cheating system limitations, or Rage-Inducing defense. Some examples of these bosses include; Goenitz from King of Fighters 96 (He can spam a wind barrier attack that blocks everything and hits super hard), Gil from Street Fighter 3rd Strike (His attacks hit extremely hard, and he can recover his health fully if he has meter), and BassXX from Megaman Battle Network 5 Double Team DS (He has 4,000 HP, a constantly regenerating aura, moves ridiculously fast, and his attacks can do up to 700 Dmg!)
Hello fellow Duelists! It’s Friday, and you know what that means! Yes, it’s time for us to take a look at some more crazy cards. Now, let’s duel!
Flame Ogre Type: Fiend/Effect Attribute: Fire 7 Stars Appearance: A red ogre with bulging muscles and green eyes. ATK/ 2400 DEF/ 1700 Effect: This card cannot be Special Summoned. When this card is Normal Summoned, draw 1 card.
For something that looks so awesome its effect sure sucks! First, its stats are terrible for a 2 Tribute monster. Second, not being able to Special Summon it limits its playability. The only good thing about this card is its draw ability, and still there are many eras cards that are much better than this.
Swordsman From A Distant Land Type: Warrior/Effect 1 star Appearance: A strange samurai with bright yellow eyes. ATK/ 250 DEF/ 250 Effect: If this card attacked an opponent’s monster, after damage calculation: Destroy that monster during the 5th End Phase after the attack.
Wow, this card is garbage. Its stats are completelyabysmal, and the death after five turns is way too long. The monster will probably be tributed or XYZ summoned before the effect goes off anyway. I don’t recommend play it at all.
Hello fellow Pokemon trainers! It’s time for us to dive into the crazy world of Pokemon Clover. I hope you guys are ready for some insane entries. Now, let’s begin!
Anonymouse (The Atheist Pokemon) #208 Dark/Electric Type Ability: Infiltrator (Passes through barriers) Gender Ratio: 75% Male to 25% Female Ht: 1’04” Wt: 8.6 lbs Appearance: A black and white mouse with a hat, red cape, and V mask. Base Stats: HP: 66, Attack: 76 , Defense: 66, Sp. Atk: 76, Sp. Def: 66, Speed: 86 Stat Total: 436 (OK) Immune to Psychic and weak to Fighting, Ground, Bug, and Fairy.
Entry: Anonymouse are known to be euphoric, having being enlightened by their own intelligence.
Tripsius (The Felicity Pokemon) #111 Electric/Psychic Type Abilities: Skill Link (Multi-hit moves hit five times) or Analytic (Moving last boosts power) Gender Ratio: Genderless Appearance: A red and yellow slot machine with three eyes and two large arms. Evolves from Dubus at Level 33 Ht: 4’11” Wt: 244.7 lbs Base Stats: HP: 88, Attack: 89, Defense: 99, Sp.Atk: 88, Sp.Def: 80, Speed: 111 Stat Total: 555 (The highest stats of all non-legendary Electric-type Pokemon) Immune to none and Weak to Ground, Bug, Ghost, and Dark.
Entry: Tripsius are a very rare sight. They are recognized by Singlets and Dubus colonies as ultimate authority.
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 awesome characters. Now, let’s begin!
Lifeguard Real Name: Heather Cameron Status: Hero (Former Lifeguard) Ht: 5’10” Wt: 156 lbs First Appearance: X-Treme X-Men #6 – Paradise Lost! ( December 1, 2001) Powers/Abilities: Subconscious manifestation of whatever power or ability is necessary in a given situation.
Heather was a lifeguard that lived in Australia with her brother, Davis. After her father was killed by the Chinese Triad, Heather and her brother were saved by the X-Men. Her powers, while incredibly useful, transform her into an alien-like entity. Heather briefly became a member of the team, but left when she found out that she was half alien. She now resides on Utopia with her brother and boyfriend.
Bible John Real Name: John Carik Status: Vampire Hunter and friend of Blade Ht: 5’10” Wt: 170 lbs First Appeared: Blade I # 1 (1994) Powers/Abilities: Precognitive dreams, Mystical tomes and weapons, Protect wards against magic
Bible John is a guardian of a gargantuan library known as Chiaroscuro. The library is used as headquarters for a mystic group of people called the Cathari. His knowledge of the undead, and incredible holy weapons have proven to be quite useful against vampires. He has become a very good friends with Blade, and helps him against evil on multiple occasions.
Hello fellow media lovers! It’s Tuesday, and you know what that means! Yes, it’s time for us to take a look at some more fascinating tropes. Now, let’s get started!
Berserk Button: This commonly used trope occurs when a perfectly normal member of society flies into an uncontrollable rage when a certain phrase or word is said. Examples include; Calling Edward from Fullmetal Alchemist anything demeaning about his size, Calling Choji from Naruto “Fat”, or insult Andre the Giant about his size.
Beam Spam: A trope that usually appears in Mecha Animes. It occurs when a character shoots out a metric fuckton of lasers. Some examples include; Bangai-O’s special attacks, The Binding of Isaac’s Brimstone+Chocolate Milk synergy, and King Ghidorah’s gravity beam spam.