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  1. No, Sons of the Dragon had plenty of writeups, on the Wild Martial Arts scale.
  2. Dear folks, Who is a goddess who's name begins with Z? Asking for Mary Marvel.
  3. Production on the developing Marvel Cinematic Universe movie Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings has suspended, as director Destin Daniel Crettin is in quarantine awaiting a COVID-19 test. The film has been shooting in Australia.
  4. Sons of the Dragon was definitely a separate site, but maybe not what Ninja-Bear was looking for.
  5. Balabanto's Imperial Throne Process Thread is likely younger than what Ninja-Bear is looking for. http://www.herogames.com/forums/topic/90666-imperial-throne-process-thread/ Yahoo shut down Groups, including my Sons of the Dragon proposed campaign.
  6. Protect Ya Neck! https://www.freep.com/story/entertainment/music/brian-mccollum/2020/02/13/wu-tang-clan-detroit-symphony-orchestra-36-chambers/4747480002/
  7. Historical note from Turning Points by Maggie Thompson: 55 years ago February 1965 “Even the world’s mightiest crusaders find themselves helplessly trapped,” when Marvel’s The Avengers #13 introduces Count Nefaria and The Maggia in “The Castle of Count Nefaria!” by Stan Lee, Don Heck, and Dick Ayers. Cover by Jack Kirby and Chic Stone.
  8. 1943: according to the Grand Comics Database, Alfred Pennyworth (butler to Bruce Wayne and the Batman) was introduced in Batman #16 (April–May 1943).
  9. 1964: 73 million people tuned into The Ed Sullivan show to see The Beatles make their American TV debut.
  10. Historical note from Turning Points by Maggie Thompson: 60 years ago February 1960 DC’s The Brave and the Bold #28 introduces Starro and Snapper Carr – and, oh, yeah, The Justice League of America. “Starro the Conqueror!” is by Gardner Fox, Mike Sekowsky, and Bernard Sachs. (And here’s a tip of the Thompson topper to Peter the Puffer Fish, who warns Aquaman that an alien starfish is a threat in the first place. Thanks, Pete! You don’t get enough credit!) Cover by Mike Sekowsky and Murphy Andrson.
  11. Most peachwood swords are made for practice. This one, however, was made from wood from a peach tree that grew at Mount Longhu in the shadow of the Hanging Coffins, cut by a Doashi of the Seventh Ordination. He carved the Seven Stars into its blade, and danced their power. This weapon damages most targets, including astral, ethereal, phantasmal and the like. When magical characters are written on the blade with grease, the damage vs. intangible targets is changed to Killing (HKA). These magical characters must be renewed from time to time, as they wear off. 15 30 point Multipower, 0 END, vs. Desolid, OAF u1 3d6 HA u1 1d6 HKA Of course, a Heroic Level version would include STR Min and possibly Real Weapon Limitations. From The Girl with Ghost Eyes, by M. H. Boroson, more fun than any novel I've read for years.
  12. Hong Kong Cinema Out of Sync Fight Dialog: Your hero's lips and mouth movements become distinctly out of sync with your running fight dialog as does that of your foes. - Ian Korman
  13. Bullet Time: You appear to move in slow motion. Your foe does, too. Theme Song: When you are clearly perceived, your chosen theme song comes immediately to mind. Only versus those with EGO, and target must also already know this song. Ghost Strike (幽灵罢工, Yōulíng bàgōng), When your fist or foot hits someone hard enough to inflict Knockback and Stun them without Knockout, their astral form is seen flying back further, than retracting inside them. What Features would you add to this?
  14. Today in 1996, Marvel Entertainment filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
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