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#1 Posted by gunmetalgrey (1514 posts) - - Show Bio

Permanently.

#2 Posted by gunmetalgrey (1514 posts) - - Show Bio

Killian's healing factor will let him last a while, but he has nothing to put Hellboy down.

Hellboy gets some good target practice and a moving punching bag.

#3 Posted by gunmetalgrey (1514 posts) - - Show Bio

But how will Bradley contend when his speed is taken by the nipple rays?

#4 Posted by gunmetalgrey (1514 posts) - - Show Bio

Genkai and Yusuke

Seijuro Hiko XIII and Kenshin

#5 Posted by gunmetalgrey (1514 posts) - - Show Bio

Thought I'd make a little compilation thread of stuff that I've made for class, exhibits, and just whatever I felt like making in my free time.

The guns are all made of a rubber foam and the "blades" are hardwood.

I've put them in groups of somewhat chronological order.

#6 Posted by gunmetalgrey (1514 posts) - - Show Bio

@adriusus: What's stopping Scott from crushing Tony and Rhodey in their suits with his shrinking discs?

#7 Posted by gunmetalgrey (1514 posts) - - Show Bio

Seems a lot of people are forgetting that going giant isn't Ant-Man's only card here. Bloodlusted, he's gonna be shrinking and growing opponents left and right. It took him days just to figure out how to move around effectively, let alone fight. Probably the only one who will adjust fast enough will be Vision because of his computer brain. Everyone else will be sitting ducks. Heck, we can't even say that shrinking the Ironman and War Machine suits will also shrink Tony and Rhodey inside. They may just get crushed.

#8 Posted by gunmetalgrey (1514 posts) - - Show Bio

Tried going digital for once. It felt like it took forever. I can only do so much with a mouse.

Anyway, this is my take on Angel if she'd ever embraced her assassin training.

Imagine Firestar slicing up her targets with super-heated wires. Or channeling microwaves into a gun, turning the bullets into armor-piercing plasma.

#9 Posted by gunmetalgrey (1514 posts) - - Show Bio

Doomsday was the secondary villain....why do you need to develop him?? Lol

I meant secondary as in minor, which I believe the guy who kills Superman shouldn't be. They shoehorned him into Lex's ambitions instead of having a proper origin of his own.

#10 Posted by gunmetalgrey (1514 posts) - - Show Bio

I was already expecting whole teams of heroes in both Marvel movies. One or two more made little difference.

A secondary villain would've been fine, but a significant threat like Doomsday? From the moment I saw him, I knew there would be a compromise between his and Lex's development instead of either major villain being fully fleshed out in their own respective movies.

That's my two cents on it.