Hello fellow Pokemon Trainers! It’s Monday, and you know what that means! Yes, it’s time for us to take a look at some more crazy entries. Now, let’s begin!
Wheygle (The Jerk Pokemon) #274 Fighting and Flying type Name Origin: Whey+Eagle Abilities: Big Pecks (Prevents defense from being lowered) or No Guard (Moves will hit regardless of accuracy) Ht: 4’11” Wt: 111.3 lbs Evolves from Flipbird at Level 27 Gender Ratio: 75% male: 25% female Stats: HP: 82, Attack: 125, Defense: 77, Sp. Atk: 45, Sp. Def: 65, Speed: 95 Stat Total: 487 (Mainly a physical attacker) Appearance: A seagull with a pair of inflatable arms. Weak to: Flying, Electric, Psychic, Ice, and Fairy. Immune to: Ground. The Pokemon is based off of the “Anchor Arms” episode of Spongebob Squarepants, “Musclebob Buffpants”.
Entry: Despite Wheygle being jerks, everyone seems to love them. (Its cry is “Anchor Arms”)!
Warning!! If you have a fear of clowns, look away!
Traumobra (The It Pokemon) #301 Poison and Fairy type Name Origin: Trauma+Cobra and may also be based on “Coulrophobia”, the fear of clowns. Abilities: Prankster (Status Moves have priority) or Magic Bounce (Reflects Status Moves) Ht: 4’11” Wt: 19.8 lbs Gender Ratio: 50% male/ 50% female Evolves from Cirpent with high enough friendship. Stats: HP: 71, Attack: 71, Defense: 81, Sp. Atk: 91, Sp. Def: 71, Speed: 101 Base Stat Total: 486 (Very Fast and incredibly good typing) Appearance: A cobra-like monster with 4 clown heads and a red and white body. Immune to Dragon and weak to Ground, Steel, and Psychic.
Entry: Traumobra have three false heads, or at least semi-false, as it still uses the three mouths to devour its prey.
Hello everybody, and welcome to a very special post! I have discussed the Morlocks in the past, and have decided to dedicate my weekly comic posts to a different Mutant team. In case you don’t know, the Morlocks are a group of Mutants that live underground. They have extremely weird Superpowers, and are ridiculed by the general public. Many of them are killed during the Marauders’ invasion, and those who survived, try to rebuild their damaged home under the strong leadership of Callisto. The Morlocks are all property of Marvel .
Masque Real Name: Unrevealed Status: Former Leader of the Morlocks and Super villain (Deceased) Ht: 5’6” Weight: 140 lbs First Appeared: The Uncanny X-Men #169 (May 1st, 1983) Powers/Abilities: Can psionically rearrange the flesh of organic substances to create any physical effect possible.
Masque was a power-hungry member of the Morlocks. After the massacre, Masque decided to usurp Callisto, and take control of the team. He then joins the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, and tries to fight against Nathan Summers. Masque meets his end at the hands of the engineered super solider, Shatterstar.
Angel Dust Real Name: Christine Status: Hero Ht: 5’5” Weight: 126 lbs First Appeared: Morlocks #1 (June 1, 2002) Powers/Abilities: Superhuman strength granted by supercharging adrenaline levels.
Angel was an ordinary child until her Mutant powers awakened. Afraid that her parents wouldn’t accept her, Angel ran away to the sewers to join the Morlocks. After many adventures with the team, Dust returned home, and was accepted by her parents.
Hello fellow art lovers! It’s Monday, and my Gallery is open once again! I hope you guys are ready for some awesome pieces. Now, have fun exploring my Gallery!
A Sunday on La Grande Jatte 1884-1866 by Georges Seurat Oil on canvas
This is a fantastic work by “French Painter”, Seurat. It belong to a genre of painting known as Pointillism. The genre incorporates applying color to the piece in the form of tiny dots. The great attention to detail is shown by the use of multiple colors. It also changes appearance depending on how you view it. The painting is an outdoor scene with many rich people, a blue ocean, various umbrellas, and gorgeous, green grass. It also has a bit of a creepy feeling, as the people in the piece don’t have facial features. Nevertheless, I adore this work, and would love to hear your opinions in the comments’ section below.
Techu-Anpu by Jean-Michel Basquiat one of the Thirty-two Drawings of The Daros Suite 1982-83 Acrylic, oil paintstick, pastel, crayon, charcoal, and pencil on paper
This is a great work by “Master Surrealist”, Basquiat. It has many of his signature quirks, like repeated words, strange machines, and bizarre faces. There’s also a unicorn near the center of the piece. I have always loved Basquiat’s randomness, and this piece is definitely no exception. Tell me what you think of it in the comments’ section below.
Hello fellow art lovers! It’s Monday, and my Gallery is open once again. Today’s exhibit focuses on the optical wizardry of M.C. Escher. Now, prepare to have your minds blown!
Three spheres 1 by M.C. Escher 1945 wood-engraving
This dazzling work causes the viewer to analyze it with all senses. The spheres appear to have an infinite number of lines stretching across it. They remind me of a mesh shirt that has been replicated continuously. I also enjoy the lack of color, and believe that this is an integral part of the work. It makes the viewer fill in the spaces with whatever they think belongs there, and this is how interpretation can increase its uniqueness. Escher also uses distortion to manipulate the work like it was made of silly putty. This is shown with the middle sphere, as it appears to be flattened at the top. I really would like to hear what you guys think of this piece, as well as your perceived meaning in the comments’ section below.
Whirlpools by M.C. Escher 1957 wood-engraving printed from two blocks
This is one of my favorite of Escher’s works. It is created to be like an optical illusion with a white spiral infinitely looping into the center. The use of repetition makes the titular “Whirlpools” act like a mobius strip, seemingly sucking the red and grey fish into the void. The work is very mesmerizing, and will pull the viewer into the the great unknown. Escher’s heavily detailed piece shows you just how unique of an artist he was, and why his works are still praised to this day. I would love to hear what you guys think of this work in the comments’ section below.
Konichiwa, everyone! It’s Wednesday, and you know what that means! Yes, it’s time to take a look at some more fascinating yokai. Now, let’s go on a journey to the “Land of the Rising Sun”!
Isogashi is an incredibly bizarre creature of Japanese mythology. It’s depicted as a blue-skinned monster with a huge nose, long tongue, and floppy ears. It always seems like its on the run, and can possess humans. Upon possession, people will have immense difficulty staying still. This will cause them to be constantly on the run, finishing everyday tasks with ease.
The Tearai oni is a gargantuan creature of Japanese folklore. The giant demon spans nearly the length of two mountains, and its leg is twelve kilometers long. The creature comes down from mountains to drink water from bays.