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  • #783
    hawk007
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    Ok, here’s the challenge. You have to make a super hero, and his archenemy. You can have them in the same picture, but you don’t have to. Just make sure they’re in the same comment. They can be any theme, any time period, and they can have anything you want on them. I will judge on character, creativity, story, and detail.
    Good luck, and may the best rivalry win!

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    WMDBASSPLAYER
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    Here’s a hero I made a while ago and one (?) of the villains I came up with for him. Miracle Man and The Neo-Men. Miracle Man was the greatest Golden Age hero of his world. A world that did not have many super beings and he was the mightiest of them all. But that was years ago. The days of busting up the Atomic Squad, Heartless and the Neo-Men were long gone and he was just Jeffrey Jones again, enjoying his retirement. One day he was trying on the old costume just for the heck of it and to his surprise, he found himself transformed and transported. He suddenly was his youthful, in-his-prime self and on a strange, yet somehow familiar world. In fact, he found himself on Earth Prime, a world populated by many heroes and superbeings. Needless to say he was simultaneously shocked and thrilled. (Funny thing about the multi-verse; EVERYONE thinks their Earth is the only one!)http://www.heromachine.com/wp-content/legacy/forum-image-uploads/wndbassplayer/2013/07/MIRACLE-MAN.pnghttp://www.heromachine.com/wp-content/legacy/forum-image-uploads/wndbassplayer/2013/07/MIRACLE-MAN2.png Prof. Jack Clark was a brilliant scientist, with advanced degrees in several areas, with a prime focus in micro biology. When he was diagnosed with liver cancer, he set about working on ways to preserve himself, but as brilliant as he was, even he made no larger a dent in cancer research than the mainstream medical world. This left him with only two options: cloning or robotics. Though very advanced in that field, the thought of transfering his mind into a non-feeling machine frightened him. He was more afraid of no longer being human than of failing, as his confidence in his abilities would never allow him to consider failure. After the accelerated cloning of his body, through a process known only to him, he set about the next phase, that of the mind transference. Sadly, and ironically, because he put his every effort into trying to save his life, he stopped monitoring the progression of his cancer and had no idea that it had spread to his brain. His obsessive thoughts took a much darker turn, and though the transference was technically successful, like Dr. Frankenstein in Mary Shelley’s novel, Prof. Clark essentially put a deviant brain in an otherwise healthy body. In his deteriorated mental state, he saw himself as superior, as a Neo-Man, so to speak. He made multiple clones of himself, manipulating his DNA to make them stronger than normal humans, while all the time unaware that each clone had the same brain cancer. Because he made himself physically stronger and resistant to diseases and infections, while the cancer would not kill him, his faculties suffered negative effects akin to Altzheimer’s. When he began sending out clones to kill members of the scientific community he felt underminded his work and jealously infected him with cancer, that’s when he caught the attention of Miracle Man. Miracle Man has destroyed many of Prof. Clark’s clones but has never managed to get to the original clone, who controls all the others through a telepathic link, and through his accelerated cloning process, Prof. Clark has managed to replace his copies at an alarming rate. I present Prof. Jack Clark, NM 0001, dressed in all white and his Neo-Men.http://www.heromachine.com/wp-content/legacy/forum-image-uploads/wndbassplayer/2013/07/neo-men.png

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    hawk007
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    Those are pretty cool, thanks!

    #28825
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    Come on, guys!

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    RobM
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    Sentinels leader, Genesis, extends a hand of mercy to his arch, Mind Tide, following their climactic battle.
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    #29258
    hawk007
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    Very cool!

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    WMDBASSPLAYER
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    Here’s Amy Atom about to knock One Armed Bandit’s block off, but the high tech gadgetry in his sneaking suit gives him a lot more protection, as well as offensive power, than is apparent. http://www.heromachine.com/wp-content/legacy/forum-image-uploads/wndbassplayer/2013/08/Amy-vs-O.A.B-1.png

    #29303
    hawk007
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    Very cool, thanks!

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    Shawn
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    Hero: Red Rocket
    Story: Bobby Rogers was raised in a secret base where his father worked as a scientist for an organization known as the Chaos Corp. When he was about 12 years old, Bobby snuck into the back of his dad’s car and then followed him into the lab. When he tried to enter the lab though, a security officer caught him. He grabbed bobby and detained his father. They were taken to the boss, who ordered that his father be shot and the child locked up. A guard with a mask immediately shot Bobby’s father in the back of the head. Writhing in anger, Bobby tackled the guard, took the gun, shot the other guard, and took off. He managed to escape in an advanced aircraft he didn’t know how to fly. He crashed it in the ocean hours later. A U.S. Navy ship found him clinging to a piece of scrap metal and took him aboard, where he met an officer who would eventually train in hand to hand combat, battle tactics, and shooting. Now, in the year 2028, Bobby lives life as a vigilante by the name of Red Rocket who seeks to stop the schemes of the Chaos Corp.
    Powers/Abilities: Expert Hand to hand combat, peak human strength, extremely smart, engineering capabilities, designed plasma pistols (usually wields two of them), designed a jetpack which can retract and expand at any time, making it the ultimate mobility tool. Has many gadgets and devices in his equipment belt.

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    Villain: Dr.Shock
    Story: Dr.Shock is the new leader of Chaos Corp. Yohan Jackovic (his real name) worked as a scientist for Chaos corp for many years, but never liked the job. In fact, he hated the mistreatment and hard labor so much that he devised a plot to end it all. First, he created a sirum that would make his body tolerant to all levels of electricity. Then he designed a number of high tech items including his powerglove, his bolt launcher, and boots which give him extra speed and jump height. The next step in his plot was to murder the boss and take over Chaos corp. by force, which he did successfully. Most of the employees complied very readily once the first to rebel was shocked to death in front of the entire orginization. Now Dr.Shock seeks to bring, well chaos, to the world, and only Red Rocket stands in his way.
    Powers: Tolerant to electricity, powerglove (emits a small electric field which damages any normal human near it, also sends surges of electricity when it comes in contact with someone) bolt shooter (shoots lightning) speed/agility boots, extremely smart, engineering capabilities, created minions called shockbots which are fly, shoot lightning, and obey his every command.

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    WMDBASSPLAYER
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    Glad you like them, Hawk.

    #30836
    hawk007
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    You are all really good! I may prolong the end a little longer.

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