Posted by Jmorphman in Fix all your command issues with the EXPLODsive Buffering system! (Started by Jmorphman August 03, 2017, 09:52:01 PM
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Cool!Spoiler: RESURRECTION (click to see content)
So, like, anyone else here in the forum working on their GBWC entry? Or at least any model kit? lol
Currently working on mine; it's a Bandai RE/100 Jagd Doga, but I've customized it to be more reminiscent of Mamoru Nagano's mechanical aesthetics. He's the guy that made Five Star Stories, co-designed Heavy Metal L-Gaim, and also designed a few Gundam suits, though most of them went uncredited.
Another thing I would say is worth considering is the fact that while both of them have access to superhuman levels of strength, Bucky's is innate and permanent while Jason's is a short burst from a drug. So unless the Venom gave him enough of a boost to overwhelmingly outclass the Infinity Formula (which it doesn't), or his training was significantly higher than Bucky's to be able to end the fight instantly if given a slight strength advantage (which it isn't) then Jason really wouldn't be able to stand up to Bucky in the long run.I guess it's technically correct but I found it really weird that they were talking about the Infinity Formula as giving Bucky abilities beyond a normal human. Like sure I guess the accelerated healing and shit is true, but otherwise, all the Infinity Formula is supposed to do is make you immortal. Several characters that have it, like Nick Fury Sr. and Black Widow, are definitely just regular humans. Bucky is treated the same way: he's not at all a match for Captain America's enhanced physique—although interestingly enough, Captain America is also considered in large part to not be super-powered either: he's definitely capable of feats of strength, agility, and speed that would be impossible to even the greatest of athletes, but that's all stuff the human body is theoretically capable of; if someone strictly followed a perfect diet and workout regiment for their entire lives, starting from their birth, they'd be capable of the same stuff, it's just the Super-Soldier serum can give anyone that body instantly, even a 90 pound weakling like Steve used to be!
That's the Inverse Ninja Law in action; one assassin is an elite and powerful adversary. A group of assassins are easily dispatched cannon fodder.Exactly; this is just the inverse ninja law, but applied to training. Jason didn't get any special training from any named League characters. Which is nothing special nor very persuasive in an argument for who would win in a fight, again because a horde of ninjas are jobbers, and thus also a horde of ninjas training Jason Todd isn't gonna help him improve over any of the training he already had from Batman.
Also I won't claim to know the ins and outs of all D.C. and Marvel organizations, but literally the Best of the Best humanity has to offer League of Assassins seems to me a fair bit higher on the totem pole of teachers than WWII slugfests and questionably effective brainwashing.It's not just that. The video neglects to mention this (which is understandable, these episodes are overly long as it is), but Bucky was essentially raised on an Army Base after being orphaned, and from a pretty early age was learning all the basics that the soldiers being trained there were learning. He had such a natural aptitude to it that the higher ups noticed, and that's why they fast tracked him to getting training from a variety of different sources, like the British SAS (and many others, unmentioned by the video). By the time he was done, he was an absolute expert soldier and combatant, and that's why he was recruited to be Captain America's sidekick. The basic idea was that Bucky would serve two purposes: he'd be the squeaky clean smiling kid sidekick of Captain America in public, but out in the field, he'd be a merciless black ops soldier who'd sneak behind enemy lines, and would quickly and silently take out enemy soldiers while Captain America led the charge on the front lines (which also preserved Cap's image as a propaganda tool—distancing himself from the wetwork Bucky was doing while also placing Cap in a very visible role that could raise the morale of everyone around him). Death Battle uses panels from and references exclusively the Golden Age version of Bucky's recruitment, which has since been supplanted by the later one that Ed Brubaker developed in the same story that brought Bucky back as the Winter Soldier. The Golden Age origin was recontextualized into the "official" origin story for Bucky that the government promoted for propaganda purposes during WWII, much in the same way as the Golden Age Captain America comics themselves are in-universe pieces of propaganda that aren't the actual full truth of what Captain America was up to back in WWII (though they are somewhat inspired by the "real adventures"; essentially allowing creators to use stuff from those stories if they'd like, but also give them the freedom to disregard those old stories entirely).
Man you are wrong on so many levels its unbelievable. The Boys is Garth Ennis deconstruction of the superhero genre, in which he openly mocks the cynical commercialization of superheros and the comic book industry to a degree.I dunno, I think The Boys comic is complete fucking dogshit. It's not a particularly interesting or compelling deconstruction, it doesn't really bring anything new to the table, and it's just so up its own ass that I couldn't bring myself to watch the TV show at all, despite hearing fairly good things about it. That's how unpleasant reading the comic was to me. Like I get it Garth Ennis, you really fucking hate superheroes (except Superman), great! Then stop fucking writing about them if you don't have anything interesting to say about them!
Why all this fighting?It's just the Midnight Bliss sprites:
I'm not that active lately, so I don't know which sprites are those which needs a touch. Can u show them, please? I may take a fix if needed.
the patch you provided for Victorys Sean doesnt workThat's odd, because I haven't made any modifications at all to Special.st; the patch should only have new versions of Animation.air and System.st; maybe try redownloading the original character again, then applying a fresh copy of the patch?
I thought the general consensus was that the 2003 Teen Titans were at one early point considered to be an extension of the DCAU, via Static Shock's crossover with Batman also referencing them in a future crossover that disappointingly never happened, but the extremity of the style differences (And I guess conflicting threats; if we're gonna assume the Teen Titans show took place in the DCAU, then how did no one notice Trigon at ALL? Plus some other much more minor nitpicks but still obstacles like Vandal Savage being immortal and indestructible yet still would be among the dead?) had them back away from it and let it be its own thing.There was a Teen Titans show in development from the DCAU crew in the late 90s (specifically focused on the OG crew of Robin, Kid Flash, Aqualad, Wonder Girl, and Speedy), but it was shelved early on in development in favor of Batman Beyond. Nevertheless, that might be the specific version of the Titans they were referencing in Static Shock; after all, they're specifically only referred to as "the Titans", which implies they've dropped the "Teen" from their name (much in the same way that The New Teen Titans suddenly became The New Titans once most of the characters could no longer convincingly be called teenagers, though of course the "New" Titans had started off pretty old for teens to begin with!)
How "We make up our own rules" does the Speed Force and/or other "Forces" Wally gets reach? I mildly recall in I think the Rebirth reboot with Hawkgirl beating in Lex Luthor's skull and everyone on the planet turned to fish, Wally's Still Force....reversed that or something? Because sure, total lack of motion reverses magic.The Speed Force can do whatever is needed for the plot, and that's about the only rule there is.
I'm getting my Flashes mixed up with Injustice. I haven't watched the animated Justice League in a long time, and I assumed it was Barry in that, and I thought Wally was the one with the weird hair sticking out from where the mask should be. I believe that was Kid Flash, right?In the comics, Wally West was once Kid Flash, Barry Allen's sidekick. Then he grew up and Barry died and Wally took over the legacy.
I have no idea on Archie's version of Sonic other than the first Mario vs Sonic fight. They're using Wally West instead of Barry Allen this time, I guess because of his cocky attitude.I suspect they're specifically doing a Wally vs. Sonic fight because they've already raced against each other before:
And their clips are kind of messed up, since I thought Barry was one of them in that preview (the one that does the around the world part where he destroys Lex Luthor's Brainiac armor with full speed and dies, then comes back in the Justice League.)Nah, that's Wally West, he's the one and only Flash in the DCAU. You can tell because he has an actual personality!