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Phil Haverchuck
Part of my XVerse Universe-2

Phil Haverchuck began taking apart and reassembling machines from a young age.  As he grew older his mechanical prowess also grew, and by the time he was in high school he was inventing his own machines.  Owning multiple patents by the time he graduated high school, it was no shock that he received a full ride to MIT.  He graduated top of his class in 2 years, and started working for a robotics company immediately.  But over time he grew bored of the projects given to him and after nearly a decade he set out to do his own thing.  Now Phil is known as the Toy maker, the man you go to if you need a gadget made that doesn't exist yet.  He doesn't care which side of the law you fall on; if your request interests him enough, then he will do it.

POWERS
-None

ARSENAL
-various prototypes: Given his chosen profession, the Toy Maker tends to have a lot of prototypes laying about his workshop.  If he feels threatened, he is more than proficient enough to use these prototypes to protect himself.

*NOTES*
Another character archtype that seems important to a superhero universe.  The Toy Maker is based in part on Marvel's the Tinkerer, DC's Toy Man, and the Netflix version of Gladiator.  But perhaps the biggest influence here is Martin Starr's brilliant portrayal of Gilfoyle from the series Silicone Valley (I thought about which actor I would like to see fill this role, and immediately thought of Gilfoyle).
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Peter Todd
Part of my XVerse Universe-2

Peter Todd is the youngest of two brothers, both of whom were sports stars and prom kings.  As such, he had no illusions as to who his parents' least favorite child was.  However, Peter had one advantage his brothers did not; he knew how people worked.  At 16 he started his long career as a con man pulling small jobs against his fellow students.  Then after he graduated, he honed his skills and became one of the world's greatest con artists.  But no matter how successful he became, his family still saw him as the runt of the family.  So he commissioned the Toy Maker to build him a massive suit of armor, and spent everything he had to pay for it.  Now he is the Mammoth, the greatest demolition man a heist could ask for.  A criminal with a code of honor, Mammoth will not kill a civilian, law enforcement officer, or unready enemy.  And when a threat arises that affects the whole world, Peter has even found himself on the side of good.

POWERS
-None

ARSENAL
-Mammoth suit:  The Mammoth suit is a heavily armored mechanical suit which aside from being bulletproof, increases Peter's strength and speed nearly a hundred fold.  Furthermore it has an assault mode that transforms the suit into a quadrupedal tank.  In this mode the trunk acts as a controllable limb to grab things, and the tusks can be used to carry things as well as a function as a battering ram.  Lastly the ears work as a retractable blast shield to protect the suits one weakness, the visor.  The inside of the suit is padded to the point that even Peter can barely move inside of it, this is to protect him from any possible impact he may endure while inside, and as an added precaution, he wears a helmet and harness on the inside as well.

*NOTES*
One of my favorite villain designs ever is Marvel's Rhino.  So I wanted to use it in someway for a character...But as I worked through the list of large land mammals, they were literally all taken...seriously, Elephant, Rhino, Hippo, Bear, everything.  So I altered the design a bit to more reflect the Ultimate version of the Rhino and the criminally underused Paul Giamatti version.  I then went with a mammoth, as despite the name being taken, there is no humanoid mammoth character.  Then came the size issue, as with all mech suits in comics the size doesn't work with human proportion.  I found the solution while watching Game of Thrones this week; Peter Dinklage.  Not only did it fix the size problem, but it added a layer to his backstory.  For the man in the suit I took elements from Star Lord (beginning of Guardians Vol 1), Tyrion Lannister, Captain Cold (CW version), Danny Ocean (the Ocean's trilogy), and the Brothers Bloom (one of my favorite movies).  The result is a calm, calulating, and charming criminal with a code of honor and a willingness to side with the law should the need arise.

Also credit to Loganwaynee...almost forgot that
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Hexagon Rangers
Part of my Power Rangers Universe

In the future, the Power Rangers are a peace keeping organization with a base of operations called the Hexagon.  (if you know your Power Rangers history, this may sound familiar).  Unlike other teams, these rangers are a full on military with hundreds of Rangers each with their own zord.  These Zords are used as military vehicles, but can also combine into various Megazord using any combination of five Zords. They are from left to right:

Platinum Dragon Ranger: the leader, and only unique ranger of the group.  His zord is a sentient Platinum Dragon that he rides into battle, but it can also function independently.
Red Liger Rangers: The special forces, they have Zords that balances speed and power perfectly.
Green Eagle Rangers: The air force, they have harrier-like Eagle zords that allow for air superiority
Blue Rhino Rangers: The infantry units.  Blu Rangers have Rhino Zords, massive tanks for superiority
White Dolphin Rangers: The Navy, their zords are dolphin submarines that allow them to control the sea (sensing a pattern yet)
Yellow Frog Rangers: The science division.  Their Zords are designed for mobility and transport rather than combat

*UPDATE* added the female uniforms, as well as made modifications to the gloves and boots.  I also made a change to the description; a ranger team without a Megazord felt wrong...So I gave them 3,125 different Megazord options.
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Tommy malone
Part of my XVerse Universe-2

Tommy "The Mug" Malone was an Emerald City Police detective back in the early 1900s known for his charm and good looks.  He also holds the title of the world's first superhero...or supervillain, depending on your perspective.  Back in 1920 America entered a time known as Prohibition, a time where alcohol became illegal nationwide.  Thus the citizens did everything in their power to obtain alcohol.  This resulted in dangerous homemade liqueur and a rise in organized crime.  So Tommy's solution was simple; when his parents came to America, they started a brewing company.  So he decided that the answer was for him to take over the alcohol distribution in the Cascade Valley.  But, in order to keep his hands clean, he created the persona of The Ghost, the Robin Hood of Liqueur.  While this made him very popular with the people, he was ECPD's most wanted.  His plan worked and by the time Prohibition ended, he controlled 90% of all the alcohol in the valley.  And with Prohibition over, there was no longer any reason for Tommy to continue his crusade.  So he returned his life as a detective, and officially reopened the brewery.  When he was in his 60s, Tommy wrote a tell all book revealing to the world he was in fact the Ghost.  Then a few months later, he died of lung cancer.

POWERS
-None

ARSENAL
-Various firearms
-Modified Model T for use of outrunning the police, surviving gunfire, and smuggling alcohol

*NOTES*
Thanks to an idea I got from Gold-Reaper, I came up with a hero that pays tribute to characters like The Spirit, Green Hornet, The Shadow, and The Phantom.  And yes, I know these characters are all from the 40s...but I have plans for that decade, and Prohibition seemed like a great time to start my universe's superhero tradition. 
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I know I just posted a journal entry yesterday...but it's Comic-Con, and I have a lot of thoughts to get out so deal with it.

I'm gonna start with Marvel, since despite having very little they somehow rocked it.  So in order from what got me least excited to most excited, here it goes.

Thor Ragnarok - Probably my least favorite thing from Marvel this weekend (though still great) was the new Thor trailer.  It did provide some new footage, but the tonal shift seemed weird to me (I kept waiting for Rocket and Groot to show up).  The trailer didn't feel like a Thor movie, but since the last two are in my opinion the weakest entries in the MCU, maybe this will be a good thing.  Overall I'm still excited, but at this point I've given up on the fantasy epic Thor should be.

The Gifted - The latest addition to the X-Men franchise, this weekend we got a more in depth look at the characters that the story will center around.  Personally, I really like  the Fox-Men movies; they are grounded (well, usually), the plots revolve around social issues, and the characters are likable despite being a bit 1 dimensional at times.  But that's an issue a television series can solve.  The only real problem I have is that they are using the majority of the future X-Men from Days of Futures Past...but they don't look as cool.

Captain Marvel - Not much was revealed here, but they said enough to get me excited.  The movie will be set in the 90s (I love period piece superhero movies), and it will focus on the Skrull Kree War.  Sounds cool, but not without it's foreseeable problems.  First up is the time setting, this means that somehow nobody remembers Captain Marvel in modern times.  It also means that either Captain Marvel will age slowly, or she will be stuck in the past and thus will never interact with the Avengers.  As for the Skrull Kree War; as cool as it sounds you need to be aware that Marvel does NOT have the rights to any named Skrulls, meaning we won't get the Super Skrull in this movie with out a trade off similar to how they got Ego.

The Defenders - Since this comes out next month, my excitement level may be tainted by that fact...so lets move on.

Infinity War - Ho-ly crap...That trailer was awesome.  Iron Spider, bearded Cap, Blonde Widow, The Guardians hit Thor, and Thanos pulls something from space...let me say that again; SPACE and hurls it at the Avengers.  I have not been this hyped for a movie since the first Avengers movie, hopefully the Russo brothers are up to the monumental challenge of meeting our expectations.

Now, on to DC

Gotham - Man I hate Gotham.  I watched the first season, then some time during season 2 I realized I was always disappointed after each episode so I quit watching.  The Comic-Con trailer did not convince me to come back, in fact I am more certain than before that I made the right choice to quit watching.

CWTV - I am lumping all the CW tv shows together, and since most of their trailers were simply recaps of the previous season (since they probably just started filming a few weeks ago), there isn't much hype.

Flashpoint - My God the hate this movie has garnered with just a title.  this movie has no script, no director, and is a Flash origin movie after the Flash makes his debut named after a rather good event in the comics.  Personally I don't get the immediate hate, but then again I like to reserve judgement for until after the movie comes out.

Justice League - While what was shown wasn't as impressive as the previous trailer, we did get a more MCU-like looking trailer.  The biggest takeaway here is that now there is no doubt this movie will not be as dark as previous outings.  We also got a look at the villain for the film that we didn't get before and some more footage.  The problem is that the coolest parts of the new trailer were far more awesome in the previous trailer.

And because there were some other trailers that were not major comic properties, here are my thoughts on those as well.  Again, from most hyped to least hyped.

Ready Player One - When I first heard about this movie, I was intrigued.  As more and more big names were attached, I started to grow more interested...that all died yesterday after seeing the trailer.  The movie looks like a young adult version of one of those godawful parody movies that just take a bunch of much better properties and mashes them together, only with a huge budget and directed by Michael Bay.  Which is odd, because it's being made by Steven Spielberg.

Lego Ninjago Movie - I'm probably in the minority that thought the Lego Batman movie was just okay.  But despite that, the Lego Ninjago movie looks good to me.  A martial arts movie set in the Lego film universe means that we are going to see some creative things, as evident by the cat destroying the city, as well as finally not having to deal with the overrated Lego Batman (please don't find a way to bring him into this).  My one concern however is that the trailer makes it look like the villain is going to switch sides...just like every other Lego movie villain.

Stranger Things Season 2 - When Stranger Things came out on Netflix, I had no idea what I was in for.  So while on vacation I decided to watch an episode one morning to see what it was all about.  roughly 8 hours later I had seen the entire series.  Considering I was renting a beach house for $200 a day the fact I used an entire day of my vacation to watch this show speaks volumes.  Now season 2 is coming and the trailer highlighted everything that made the last season so special.

Kingsmen The Golden Circle - Another case of the last trailer being better.  I am still very excited for this movie, but all the new trailer did show us different parts of the same action scenes from the previous trailer and give us Pedro Pascal's southern accent.

Bright - A fantasy movie set in modern times staring the Fresh Prince and the guy from Warrior? Yes please.  A cop drama from the guy behind End of Watch, Fury, and Training Day? sign me up.  What, they're the same movie and it's a Netflix original so it's basically free?  Bring it on!  This movie looks awesome, there is really no way to describe it.  If you haven't seen the trailer yet do yourself a favor and look it up on Youtube.

And now for something that needs to be addressed: Nerdrage

Guys, I know you are all passionate about the things you like, but this needs to stop.  Throughout the weekend I scoured the internet looking for everything that came out of Comic-Con, and one thing was always constant.  Everybody hated everything.  Every comment after a youtube video or article was something along the lines of "this looks dumb", "reboot already", "that looks nothing like the comic", or "my childhood was just murdered".  I feel like the only sane person on the internet this weekend.  So lets set some things straight shall we?  WARNING: I am about to anger a lot of people, including most likely you the reader, but this is to start a dialogue rather than angry rants.  So here goes nothing...

-Michael Keaton was not the best Batman (not even top 3)
-The Prequel trilogy was not bad
-Fant4stic isn't the worst superhero movie
-Rogue One is the worst Star Wars movie
-Spider-Man 3 isn't a bad movie
-Batman Returns was dumb
-Comic accurate costumes would look silly
-Guardians of the Galaxy is a horrible adaptation
-Zack Snyder is a good director
-Your childhood can't be ruined, it already ended

Now I want to hear from you; what was your favorite/least favorite thing to come out of Comic-Con, do you agree or disagree with anything I may have said? let me know in the comments below
I know I just posted a journal entry yesterday...but it's Comic-Con, and I have a lot of thoughts to get out so deal with it.

I'm gonna start with Marvel, since despite having very little they somehow rocked it.  So in order from what got me least excited to most excited, here it goes.

Thor Ragnarok - Probably my least favorite thing from Marvel this weekend (though still great) was the new Thor trailer.  It did provide some new footage, but the tonal shift seemed weird to me (I kept waiting for Rocket and Groot to show up).  The trailer didn't feel like a Thor movie, but since the last two are in my opinion the weakest entries in the MCU, maybe this will be a good thing.  Overall I'm still excited, but at this point I've given up on the fantasy epic Thor should be.

The Gifted - The latest addition to the X-Men franchise, this weekend we got a more in depth look at the characters that the story will center around.  Personally, I really like  the Fox-Men movies; they are grounded (well, usually), the plots revolve around social issues, and the characters are likable despite being a bit 1 dimensional at times.  But that's an issue a television series can solve.  The only real problem I have is that they are using the majority of the future X-Men from Days of Futures Past...but they don't look as cool.

Captain Marvel - Not much was revealed here, but they said enough to get me excited.  The movie will be set in the 90s (I love period piece superhero movies), and it will focus on the Skrull Kree War.  Sounds cool, but not without it's foreseeable problems.  First up is the time setting, this means that somehow nobody remembers Captain Marvel in modern times.  It also means that either Captain Marvel will age slowly, or she will be stuck in the past and thus will never interact with the Avengers.  As for the Skrull Kree War; as cool as it sounds you need to be aware that Marvel does NOT have the rights to any named Skrulls, meaning we won't get the Super Skrull in this movie with out a trade off similar to how they got Ego.

The Defenders - Since this comes out next month, my excitement level may be tainted by that fact...so lets move on.

Infinity War - Ho-ly crap...That trailer was awesome.  Iron Spider, bearded Cap, Blonde Widow, The Guardians hit Thor, and Thanos pulls something from space...let me say that again; SPACE and hurls it at the Avengers.  I have not been this hyped for a movie since the first Avengers movie, hopefully the Russo brothers are up to the monumental challenge of meeting our expectations.

Now, on to DC

Gotham - Man I hate Gotham.  I watched the first season, then some time during season 2 I realized I was always disappointed after each episode so I quit watching.  The Comic-Con trailer did not convince me to come back, in fact I am more certain than before that I made the right choice to quit watching.

CWTV - I am lumping all the CW tv shows together, and since most of their trailers were simply recaps of the previous season (since they probably just started filming a few weeks ago), there isn't much hype.

Flashpoint - My God the hate this movie has garnered with just a title.  this movie has no script, no director, and is a Flash origin movie after the Flash makes his debut named after a rather good event in the comics.  Personally I don't get the immediate hate, but then again I like to reserve judgement for until after the movie comes out.

Justice League - While what was shown wasn't as impressive as the previous trailer, we did get a more MCU-like looking trailer.  The biggest takeaway here is that now there is no doubt this movie will not be as dark as previous outings.  We also got a look at the villain for the film that we didn't get before and some more footage.  The problem is that the coolest parts of the new trailer were far more awesome in the previous trailer.

And because there were some other trailers that were not major comic properties, here are my thoughts on those as well.  Again, from most hyped to least hyped.

Ready Player One - When I first heard about this movie, I was intrigued.  As more and more big names were attached, I started to grow more interested...that all died yesterday after seeing the trailer.  The movie looks like a young adult version of one of those godawful parody movies that just take a bunch of much better properties and mashes them together, only with a huge budget and directed by Michael Bay.  Which is odd, because it's being made by Steven Spielberg.

Lego Ninjago Movie - I'm probably in the minority that thought the Lego Batman movie was just okay.  But despite that, the Lego Ninjago movie looks good to me.  A martial arts movie set in the Lego film universe means that we are going to see some creative things, as evident by the cat destroying the city, as well as finally not having to deal with the overrated Lego Batman (please don't find a way to bring him into this).  My one concern however is that the trailer makes it look like the villain is going to switch sides...just like every other Lego movie villain.

Stranger Things Season 2 - When Stranger Things came out on Netflix, I had no idea what I was in for.  So while on vacation I decided to watch an episode one morning to see what it was all about.  roughly 8 hours later I had seen the entire series.  Considering I was renting a beach house for $200 a day the fact I used an entire day of my vacation to watch this show speaks volumes.  Now season 2 is coming and the trailer highlighted everything that made the last season so special.

Kingsmen The Golden Circle - Another case of the last trailer being better.  I am still very excited for this movie, but all the new trailer did show us different parts of the same action scenes from the previous trailer and give us Pedro Pascal's southern accent.

Bright - A fantasy movie set in modern times staring the Fresh Prince and the guy from Warrior? Yes please.  A cop drama from the guy behind End of Watch, Fury, and Training Day? sign me up.  What, they're the same movie and it's a Netflix original so it's basically free?  Bring it on!  This movie looks awesome, there is really no way to describe it.  If you haven't seen the trailer yet do yourself a favor and look it up on Youtube.

And now for something that needs to be addressed: Nerdrage

Guys, I know you are all passionate about the things you like, but this needs to stop.  Throughout the weekend I scoured the internet looking for everything that came out of Comic-Con, and one thing was always constant.  Everybody hated everything.  Every comment after a youtube video or article was something along the lines of "this looks dumb", "reboot already", "that looks nothing like the comic", or "my childhood was just murdered".  I feel like the only sane person on the internet this weekend.  So lets set some things straight shall we?  WARNING: I am about to anger a lot of people, including most likely you the reader, but this is to start a dialogue rather than angry rants.  So here goes nothing...

-Michael Keaton was not the best Batman (not even top 3)
-The Prequel trilogy was not bad
-Fant4stic isn't the worst superhero movie
-Rogue One is the worst Star Wars movie
-Spider-Man 3 isn't a bad movie
-Batman Returns was dumb
-Comic accurate costumes would look silly
-Guardians of the Galaxy is a horrible adaptation
-Zack Snyder is a good director
-Your childhood can't be ruined, it already ended

Now I want to hear from you; what was your favorite/least favorite thing to come out of Comic-Con, do you agree or disagree with anything I may have said? let me know in the comments below

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i got to say i really like all of your works,it is excellent and i also like the way you make a character with their classic and comic looks and i am a big fan of you
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Thank you, I try to put my own twist on things but with the classic feel of the character in tact.
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