zerothe

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Bio

First login 2011-01-27 00:00:00
Location Leoness
Birthday 1986-03-22
Alignment Neutral

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22 Comments

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Sorry but if I told you my story I would have to kill you.

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BatmanBruce Wayne10
DeadpoolWade Wilson16
HulkBruce Banner16
JokerJack Napier10
NightwingDick Grayson8
PhoenixJean Grey47
RorschachWalter Joseph Kovacs6

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Latest comments

zerothe
6 years ago.
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Rorschach
7+ years member.
@Splendiferator

I think that if anything Rorschach is as smart as or smarter than Batman.
zerothe
7 years ago.
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Batman
7+ years member.
Can\'t wait for the \'Dark Knight Rising\' movie to come out next year. It\'s probably going to be totally EPIC
zerothe
7 years ago.
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Nightwing
7+ years member.
I hate to complain but I don\'t see nghtwing or Robin in the versus menu. If the maker of the site has time I would appreciate if you could try to fix that, but if you don\'t have time it\'s still cool.
zerothe
7 years ago.
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Daredevil
7+ years member.
In a fight between Daredevil and Nightwing I\'m going to go with Nightwing. He pretty much excels at everything compared to Daredevil. I\'m not trying to bad mouth daredevil, He is one of my favorite heros, but Nightwing is just one step ahead of him.
zerothe
7 years ago.
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Bane
7+ years member.
Bane vs Rhino is a good fight, but I\'m going to have to go with Bane on this on. Rhino may excel in strength but his brawn doesn\'t come with brain. With Bane it\'s a different story, he has strength and loads of intelligence. Which is key in a fight like this. Soin the long run I think Bane comes out on top.

zerothe
7 years ago.
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Chuck Norris
7+ years member.
If I'm right Chuck Norris has little or none of the traits listed here
zerothe
7 years ago.
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Chuck Norris
7+ years member.
Independent wealth (e.g., Batman or the X-Men's benefactor Professor X) or an occupation that allows for minimal supervision (e.g., Superman's civilian job as a reporter).

A headquarters or base of operations, usually kept hidden from the general public (e.g., Superman's Fortress of Solitude or Batman's Batcave).

A backstory that explains the circumstances by which the character acquired his or her abilities as well as his or her motivation for becoming a superhero. Many origin stories involve tragic elements and/or freak accidents that result in the development of the hero's abilities.

A weakness or Achilles' heel, whether concrete and external, such as Kryptonite in the case of Superman; or psychological and internal, such as anger and biochemistry in the case of the The Incredible Hulk.
zerothe
7 years ago.
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Chuck Norris
7+ years member.
A distinctive costume, often used to conceal the secret identity (see Common costume features).

An underlying motif or theme that affects the hero's name, costume, personal effects, and other aspects of his or her character (e.g., Batman resembles a large bat, operates at night, calls his specialized automobile, which also appears bat-like, the "Batmobile" and uses several devices given a "bat" prefix, Spider-Man can shoot webs from his hands, has a spider web pattern on his costume, and other spider-like abilities, Phoenix, has the ability to create inextinguishable cosmic fire, and she also an immortal as she always rises from death).

A supporting cast of recurring characters, including the hero's friends, co-workers and/or love interests, who may or may not know of the superhero's secret identity. Often the hero's personal relationships are complicated by this dual life, a common theme in Spider-Man and Batman stories in particular.

zerothe
7 years ago.
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Chuck Norris
7+ years member.
A super hero is a person who has a strong dedication to protecting the public. A nd the common traits of a super hero are:

Extraordinary powers, skills and/or equipment. Superhero powers vary widely; superhuman strength, the ability to fly, enhanced senses, and the projection of energy bolts are all common. Others have special weapons or technology, such as Iron Man's powered armor suits and Green Lantern’s power ring. Many characters supplement their natural powers with a special weapon or device (e.g., Wonder Woman's lasso and bracelets, Spider-Man's webbing, Wolverine's adamantium claws, Daredevil's billy club, or Thor's hammer).

A strong moral code, including a willingness to risk one's own safety in the service of good without expectation of reward. Such a code often includes a refusal or strong reluctance to kill or wield lethal weapons.

A secret identity that protects the superhero's friends and family from becoming targets of his or her enemies, such as Clark Kent (Superman).
zerothe
7 years ago.
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Joker
7+ years member.
I believe that The Joker is defiantly one of the most sadistic villain to ever live but when you think about it it's not really the Joker's fault that he is crazy. In some ways it's even Batman's fault. Joker once told the Batman "he does not hate Batman because he is crazy, but is crazy because he hates him, stating that he will only 'retire' when Batman is dead." So technically everything the Joker does is Batman's fault.
Rorschach