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#1 Posted by Red-X17 (83 posts) - - Show Bio

I came up with a list of the minutemen in order from deadliest to least deadliest. This list is based of character interactions, dialogue, and cool action scenes. But it should be noted before I start, each minuteman is a tuff fighter and better than most no powered people in combat.

1. Wylie Times: multiple times stated as the deadliest minute man, the best shot, a skilled leader, and one of the most intelligent of the group.
2. Victor Ray: I would say Vic is the most efficient, maybe even dangerous of them. He is highly intelligent, a very accurate shot, a dirty fighter, and never lets his emotions get the best of him, unlike every other character in the series.
3. Jack Daw: Lono himself said Jack could take any one of the other minutemen in a confrontation. While we don't see him use guns or kill as often as the others, he is an amazing hand to hand fighter, the physically strongest of the group, and takes punishment as good as he gives.
4. Lono: I was originally going to put him higher on the list because he is debatably the most well rounded minuteman( as good in a fight as Jack, a great shot, a cunning manipulator) has a threshold for pain that's near superhuman, comes back from death more often than batman, and is fuck nut crazy, but I realized Lono has a major flaw that keeps him from being the best. He goes out of his way to make his job harder, fighting everyone and avoiding no one, keeping him from being truly better than those higher on the list.
5. Cole Burns: A competent marksmen, fighter, assassin, and leader, Cole is very skilled, but he's not better than any of the others higher on the list.
6.Milo Garret : We just didn't get to see much of Milo compared to the others, but before is reawakening he was a good marksman and a great fist fighter.
7. Remi Rome: Remi is almost as good a shot as Wylie and very capable in a physical fight, but he is churlish , reckless and brash. All his injuries in the series could have been avoided if he'd used caution, and a even though he killed all his enemies, he failed to kill the same target twice( something none of the others did) .

I did not use Loop Hughes or Dizzy because they were never made official minutemen by the Trust.( Granted, their both awesome and Dizzy was made one by Graves, then warlord again, I just wanted to focus on the originals.)

So, do you agree? Disagree?

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#2 Posted by Red-X17 (83 posts) - - Show Bio

Jason Todd (Pre-flashpoint) vs CrossBonss

Jason todd (post-flashpoint) vs Iron Fist

Black Spider vs Shocker

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#3 Posted by Red-X17 (83 posts) - - Show Bio
    Where is this from?
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    #4 Posted by Red-X17 (83 posts) - - Show Bio

    ScarCrow vs Joker

    Joker(Arkham Origins) Vs Green Goblin

    Jason Todd vs Maverick

    Jason Todd vs Winter Soldier

    Jason Todd vs Catman

    Black Spider vs Shocker9
    Joker(Nolanverse) Vs Bane (Nolanverse)

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    #5 Posted by Red-X17 (83 posts) - - Show Bio
      looks like a fanfic I wrote when I was 12.
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      #6 Posted by Red-X17 (83 posts) - - Show Bio
        looks cool!
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        #7 Posted by Red-X17 (83 posts) - - Show Bio

        I think Blade II should be up next. It is a mix of the superhero genre, martial arts genre, and vampire/horror genre.( Though I'll be the first to admit that unless you under 10, the movie isn't very scary.)

        The action is beyond spectacular, and it has what in my opinion is one of the best hand to hand superhero scene's I've ever scene. Right Below Winter Soldier, Man Of Steel, and Iron Man 2.

        And the movie is directed by Guillermo Del Toro! One of the best Directors of our time!

        Here is a passage from a review done on the movie:

        Del Toro’s BLADE is so much more appealing than the original, and the reason is Del Toro gets Wesley to smile… and for a bit, he takes off his glasses and we see his eyes… He strips away a bit of his cool stoic manliness and lets a bit of that kid in the cookie jar joy of naughtiness out. The result is absolutely captivating.

        The difference between BLADE 2 and most sequels that you see is that Guillermo wasn’t interested in making a sequel to BLADE. He wanted to make a vampire that you could be afraid of again. Not some guy with extended canines, but something you would run in mortal fear of. He wanted to create a swallower of souls… something from the inky black parts of your mind. Something new.

        BLADE has subtle romance… platonic bonds… machismo posturing… and just an insane amount of ass-kicking.

        So yeah, I want Blade II next.

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        #8 Posted by Red-X17 (83 posts) - - Show Bio

        @supbatz:

        Couldn't have said it better myself.

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        #9 Posted by Red-X17 (83 posts) - - Show Bio

        I love both of these movies very much.

        I think they are equal in many respects, but the only thing MOTP has on Under The Red Hood is Mystery, because absolutely NOBODY saw that coming. I mean, Andrea? My jaw still drops every time, just because unless you've seen it, you'd never guess it. But anyone with half a brain could've guessed that was Jason! I mean, if I hadn't read the comic, I still would have know.

        And action is the only thing Under the red hood has on MOTP. The two films posses great emotion, but they are different kinds of emotion. Both have a decent plot, decent animation and decent everything.

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        #10 Posted by Red-X17 (83 posts) - - Show Bio

        I love both far too much to make a choice, so I choose to close to call.