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  2. I've been playing more of the EA Play Trial of Madden 23 and I gotta say the game seems like an improvement over the past several Maddens we've had in the past. Also, I think the Pittsburgh Steelers may have the best defense team in the game based on from what I've seen and played.
  3. That's good and interesting to know. Oh btw, check out my latest fantasy fight.
  4. What i read Episode is filler but gets better by episode 4
  5. Really? That is awesome. Can't wait to watch it tomorrow.
  6. Hello True Believers, Welcome to the grand finale of Section IV of Fantasy Fights 2.0. Boy oh boy do I have a good one for you you guys. Today's matchup is: Cheetah (Dr. Barbara Minerva) VS. Jennifer Walter aka the OG She-Hulk LET'S GET READY TO RUMBLE!!! Cheetah Real Name: Barbara Ann Minerva First Appearance: Wonder Woman Vol. 2 #7 (August, 1987) Origin: Born as the heiress of a vast fortune in Nottinghamshire, Barbara Minerva's life would change dramatically following an expedition she led into a dense African jungle. She was searching for the legendary lost city of the Urzkartagan tribe, but, on her adventure, her team was betrayed by their guides. The native Urzkartagans ambushed them, with only Minerva and one other, Dr. Tom Leavens, escaping alive into a nearby river. Minerva and Leavens washed ashore to find themselves at the foot of the lost city, its people in the midst of a ritual. One of the other members of their research team was captured and offered as a human sacrifice to their god Urzkartaga by the high priest Chuma. The ritual had been intended to restore the health of an ailing woman, who was regarded as an avatar for their cheetah god. Before the ritual could be completed, an outside tribe attacked the village, slaughtering everyone but Chuma, who was saved by Minerva. Due to a grenade blast, Minerva and Chuma became trapped within the temple with no hope of surviving. While they were trapped together, Chuma explained that the ritual, which could only be performed on the full moon and required a blood sacrifice, would have turned the old woman into a cheetah god and restored her youth, having lived for centuries before her murder by the invading tribe. Dr. Minerva demanded the ritual be done to her so she could have her chance at power and immortality, but Chuma refused, further explaining that a human sacrifice was necessary for it to proceed. When Minerva's research partner successfully found them and dug the two out of the cave in, aggressively, Dr. Minerva immediately murderer him and drank his blood to initiate the ritual to begin. Chuma obliged and performed the ceremony, but the native invaders returned, putting the survivors into danger once again. By the time the invaders reached Chuma and Minerva, the ritual was complete, and Dr. Minerva had been transformed into a feral cheetah-woman. Mercilessly, the Minerva attacked the native tribe, slaughtering and devouring them all before she reverted back to human form. Grateful for her new powers, Minerva brought Chuma with her back to England. Unfortunately, there was an unforeseen side effect to her transformation. The ritual had called for a virgin woman to become the Cheetah, and Minerva did not qualify. Hence, rather than grant her youth and vitality, after the transformation she became weak and frail. Only on the night of the full moon, when she became her feral alter ego, was she strong again. Here are her powers, abilities, and skills: Cheetah Form: Barbara is able to transform into the Cheetah, an ancient enemy of man. While she once needed the potion of her plant god Urzkartaga to maintain it, with help from the witch Circe she can now take on a human appearance while retaining Cheetah form indefinitely. Transformation: Her pact with the jealous Urzkartaga gave her the ability to transform into the Cheetah whenever she drank or sipped of another's blood. After her tryst with the witch Circe, Barbara could willingly change to and back from human form and animal form at will. Vast Superhuman Strength: As an avatar of a god, Cheetah possesses great strength. Cheetah is strong enough to smash down trees when she throws someone with her tail. She and Wonder Woman displayed equivalent strength in a rope-pulling contest using Diana's Lasso of Truth. Superhuman Durability: Cheetah's physical durability is enough to withstand blows from the likes of Wonder Woman and Superman. Cheetah's durability doesn't protect her from bullets, lasers, or other piercing attacks. Superhuman Speed: Cheetah possesses greater speed than Wonder Woman, enhanced even further by training with Zoom. When Cheetah over came her psychological blocks, she managed to acquire her true speed. Superhuman Agility: Cheetah's body coordination is incredible, able to tag very fast superheroes and superheroines such as Wonder Woman, Flash and Superman. It as being said that multiple times, that the goddess guides her claws, meaning that the goddess plays some part in coordinating her movements. Enhanced Senses: Being a feline-hybrid she has enhanced senses. She can tell if someone is mind-controlled by a smell. Claws and Fangs: Cheetah's claws and fangs are enchanted and allow her to cut almost anything. Even the flesh of super-humanly durable metahumans offers little resistance. Super Vision: Cheetah can see through her infrared vision, meaning that she can see and detect other creatures through their body temperatures. Moreover, she can see in the dark, see long distances, and detect any movements. Animal Control: With Circe's upgrade to her powers, Minerva can communicate with and command actual cheetahs into battle for her. Genius Level Intellect Anthropology: Cheetah has a very good grasp of human cultures and history. Archaeology Tactical Analysis: Cheetah is a cunning strategist. Hand-to-Hand Combat (Advanced): Cheetah is very adept at hand-to-hand combat, being able to go one-on-one with Wonder Woman repeatedly. Leadership: Minerva has proven a capable organizer and tactician, having led her own sect of The Secret Society while concocting the plan which conceived Genocide. She-Hulk Real Name: Jennifer Sue "Jen" Walters First Appearance: Savage She-Hulk Vol. 1 #1 (November, 1979) Origin: While working as a lawyer in Los Angeles, Jen was visited by her cousin Bruce, who she hadn't seen in years. He revealed to her that he had become the Hulk, and Jen invited him home so they could talk about it. On the way there, agents of Nicholas Trask, the crime boss who had killed Jen's mother years before, shot and seriously wounded her. She had been defending a gangster who had been double-crossed by Trask, and she had spread the rumor that she had evidence to incriminate Trask, which led to his retaliation. Bruce fended off the attackers and then broke into a doctor's office to treat her. Realizing Jennifer was going to die, Bruce gave her a transfusion of his own blood as there were no other supplies available. Jen died, but, thanks to the transfusion, she was thrown into the Below-Place, where she was able to enter the metaphysical Green Door and come back to life. After she stabilized, he had her admitted to a local hospital. However, this came to the attention of the police, who considered Bruce a suspect in Jennifer's attack, and Bruce changed into the Hulk to flee. Meanwhile, Trask's thugs attempted a second hit on Jennifer, causing the gamma radiation particles in the transfused blood to activate, turning her skin green and increasing her size to well over six feet. Dubbed "She-Hulk" by one of the goons, Jen trapped them for the police to find. With the emergency over, she reverted to her normal size and strength, successfully keeping her identity secret. From then on, She-Hulk would handle whatever Jennifer Walters could not. Here are her powers, abilities, and skills: Gamma Mutate Physiology: As a result of a blood transfusion from her cousin Bruce Banner, AKA the Hulk, Jen Walters was imbued with the power of the One Below All and became a gamma mutate with abilities similar to her cousin's. Physical Transformation: Jennifer Walters is able to alter her physical form into a female version of the Hulk. In her standard She-Hulk form, Walters' skin and hair turn green, as she grows several inches and gains a considerable amount of body mass. Unlike her cousin, the Hulk, or rather certain Hulk incarnations, Jennifer usually retains her full intelligence and personality in her She-Hulk form. This is not true for all her incarnations, namely Savage Grey She-Hulk, Grey Hulk, and all the times her gamma-ray levels were disturbed. Vast Superhuman Strength: In her She-Hulk form, she possesses enormous superhuman strength, that potentially makes her the physically strongest known woman in the Marvel Universe when her emotional state is sufficiently high. Although She-Hulk's strength originally remained at a set level and did not increase, later in her history her strength has sporadically been stated to increase further from fear, or anger, similar to her cousin. As She-Hulk, Walters is exponentially stronger than she is in her Jennifer Walters form; therefore any extra strength gained as Jennifer Walters through intense physical training will be amplified, making her She-Hulk form even stronger. After being defeated by the Champion of the Universe, She-Hulk exercised for several months in her Jennifer Walters form, resulting in a significant gain in strength and muscular mass in her She-Hulk form and allowing her to soundly defeat the Champion in a rematch. At this time she was able to effortlessly sustain the Thing's maximum weight with a single arm, while her strength was greatly restrained by a "Jupiter suit," and she was shown as considerably stronger than Hercules. Similarly to her cousin, her powers can also greatly increase by absorbing radiation. Superhuman Leaping: She-Hulk's leg muscles are sufficiently strong enabling her to leap capacity heights of at least 600 feet and a surface distance of at least 1,000 feet. nce, in a state of rage, she jumped from downtown New York to Ryker's Island, where Starfox was being held. Superhuman Speed Superhuman Durability: In addition to her strength, She-Hulk possesses a high degree of resistance to injury. Her skin is capable of withstanding tremendous pressures, temperatures from -190 F to 3,000 F, and she's capable of withstanding direct hits by field-artillery cannon shells. Her highly efficient physiology renders her immune to most Earthly diseases. Regenerative Healing Factor: She-Hulk also possesses a healing factor, which enabled her to completely recover, within minutes, from a skewering by the Wendigo. Gamma Radiation/Energy Manipulation and Emission: Jen Walters has an underlying capacity to absorb, control and project gamma radiation, similarly to her cousin, having once absorbed excess gamma energy charged with incredible amounts of magical power in order to reinitiate her Hulk form. This ability was temporarily increased after her exposure to Eson the Searcher's cosmic energy. Body Switch: Thanks to training by the Ovoid alien race, She-Hulk can exchange her physical characteristics and powers with the physical characteristics and powers of another being. Expert Combatant: She-Hulk is a formidable hand-to-hand combatant, having been trained by Captain America and Gamora. Even in her Jennifer Walters form, she possesses sufficient skill in the martial arts to dispatch several would-be muggers much larger than she is. She once displayed sufficient knowledge of acupressure to render the Abomination insensate by striking several nerve clusters after first using psychology to distract him. Expert Attorney Law Degree: Jennifer attended UCLA School of Law and Harvard Law School. She has shown great versatility in her legal practice, representing criminal defendants, corporations, and even domestic violence victims. She is a skilled pilot and has previously used a modified 1995 Dodge automobile equipped with technology enabling flight in Earth's atmosphere and in outer space for limited distances, although it is incapable of interstellar flight. Battle Breakdown: This is a good "cat fight" if I don't say so myself. We have two powerful and formidable female characters going at it here. To me, it is going to come down which one of these women is going to make the biggest mistake. As always guys, who do you guys think takes it? Cheetah or She-Hulk? That is it for Section IV of Fantasy Fights 2.0. I hope you guys really enjoyed this fight and section and I'll see you guys later for Section V. PEACE!!!
  7. Apparently the cameos in She hulk are off the charts and theres a post credit every episode
  8. Yesterday
  9. Interesting predictions. However, I see my Jets coming out on top over the Ravens.
  10. Are you serious?! What the fuck WB!? Anyways, here's Variant Comics' episode of She-Hulk:
  11. https://screenrant.com/young-justice-season-5-cancelled-hbo-max-discovery/ Fuck this company
  12. Early NFL Season 2022 Week 1 Predictions Bills vs. Rams - Bills win Saints vs. Falcons - Saints win Browns vs. Panthers - Panthers hopefully win 49ers vs Bears - 49ers win Steelers vs. Bengals - Bengals win Eagles vs. Lions - Eagles win Colts vs. Texans - Colts win Patriots vs. Dolphins - Dolphins win Ravens vs. Jets - Ravens win Jaguars vs. Commanders - Commanders win Giants vs. Titans - Titans win Chiefs vs. Cardinals - Cardinals win Raiders vs. Chargers - Chargers win Packers vs. Vikings - Vikings win Buccaneers vs. Cowboys - Buccaneers win Broncos vs. Seahawks - Broncos win
  13. Hello everybody! I have a big announcement to make especially to those who have been following my content. Today at 8pm EST, I will be posting the Section IV finale of Fantasy Fights 2.0. So stay tuned because you don't wanna miss it.
  14. Yea his older stuffs were way better than what he does now because his commentary was focused just on the games, he was more unfiltered, and more enthusiastic. Todays DSP often goes on a tangent that has nothing to do with the game like money issues, trolls, and other misc stuff which really ruins the experience.
  15. While I don't see a need to have this be made, I do agree that it is just a flag and that this whole thing is thrown out of proportion. Unless the guy actually is homophobic, but there's nothing saying they are
  16. That is terrible. Sorry you had to deal with that crap man.
  17. That's terrible. I really liked Elsass as Jonathan Kent.
  18. Jesus this show just going to shit
  19. God today was rough at work, what a bad day. You work on a project for 2 weeks and when you're about done it all gets tossed out and you have to start over because they decided to change everything.
  20. https://cosmicbook.news/henry-cavill-marvel-loki-season-2
  21. Last week
  22. The Savage She-Hulk Vol. 1 #1- Review The Positives: The story and writing by Stan Lee is phenomenal. Stan Lee did an excellent in introducing to not only us comic fans, but also, to the whole world Jennifer Walters aka the She-Hulk, the cousin of Bruce Banner aka the Incredible Hulk. The artwork by John Buscema is beautiful. The action throughout the comic is amazing and epic. The Negatives/Nitpicks: N/A Overview: Savage She-Hulk #1 provides a great origin story and backstory for those who really want to know and get into the character of She-Hulk/Jennifer Walters. I highly recommend this comic to anyone especially to those who are fans of the Incredible Hulk's universe. Grade: A+
  23. Dude, Bob Odenkirk was a badass in that movie.
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