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  1. Okay, college football fans, here's a little fun for the holidays! In the post below, you'll see listings for all 40 of this year's bowl games, including the Championship Game. Your mission: copy & paste or otherwise recreate the list, and identify who you think will win each game. As a tiebreaker, predict the total points scored in the Championship Game. Winner is the person who picks the most games correctly. That's it! Pretty simple, no? All right, let's do this!
  2. Congrats to Death Tribble for winning the Best Super Weekend Read by the Fireplace Tournament: Watchmen (Death Tribble) - 29 points Gaiman's Sandman run (Pattern Ghost) - 23 points The Judas Contract (Starlord) - 22 points Astonishing X-Men (Whedon) (Tjack) - 16 points Super Multiverse Movie Nominations For the Best Super Multiverse Movie Nominations Tournament, each person will submit 2 entries of a comic book character that they would like to see star in a multiverse movie (ala Into the Spiderverse). Once there are enough entries, I will post match ups, and you the voters will decide which would be the Best Super Multiverse Movie. Anyone can participate.
  3. For the Best Super Weekend Read by the Fireplace Tournament, each participant submitted two entries of a comic book series arc, limited comic series, or comic graphic novel that was published 10 years ago or older, that they would enjoy spending a cold weekend reading or rereading by the fireplace. You the voters will decide which would be the Best Super Weekend Read by the Fireplace by voting for your preference in each match up. Anyone can vote. Round 3 Results Astonishing X-Men (Whedon) (1) TIED Gaiman's Sandman run (9) – 4 to 4 The Great Darkness Saga (3) TIED The Judas Contract (5) – 4 to 4 Watchmen (3) TIED Crisis on Infinite Earths (2) OVER Squadron Supreme Maxi-Series (4) – 3 to 3 to 2 Burnt: Enforcer84 (4) Ok, then, still more than five, so new Round 4 matchups! Astonishing X-Men (Whedon) (1) OR The Judas Contract (5) Gaiman's Sandman run (9) OR Watchmen (3) The Great Darkness Saga (3) OR Crisis on Infinite Earths (2)
  4. For the Best Super Weekend Read by the Fireplace Tournament, each participant submitted two entries of a comic book series arc, limited comic series, or comic graphic novel that was published 10 years ago or older, that they would enjoy spending a cold weekend reading or rereading by the fireplace. You the voters will decide which would be the Best Super Weekend Read by the Fireplace by voting for your preference in each match up. Anyone can vote. Round 2 results Astonishing X-Men (Whedon) (1) OVER All-Star Superman (2) – 6 to 3 Watchmen (3) OVER Armor Wars (Iron Man) (10) – 6 to 3 The Great Darkness Saga (3) OVER Batman: Year One (7) – 5 to 4 The Judas Contract (5) OVER Camelot 3000 (7) – 6 to 3 Squadron Supreme Maxi-Series (4) OVER The Cartoon History of the Universe – Gonick (12) – 6 to 3 Crisis on Infinite Earths (2) OVER Thor - Simonson’s run (9) – 5 to 4 Gaiman's Sandman run (9) OVER Elfquest (13) – 6 to 3 Embers: Sundog (7); Pariah (10); Cancer (12); Lucius (13) Round 3 Match-Ups Astonishing X-Men (Whedon) (1) OR Gaiman's Sandman run (9) The Great Darkness Saga (3) OR The Judas Contract (5) Watchmen (3) OR Crisis on Infinite Earths (2) OR Squadron Supreme Maxi-Series (4)
  5. For the Best Super Weekend Read by the Fireplace Tournament, each participant submitted two entries of a comic book series arc, limited comic series, or comic graphic novel that was published 10 years ago or older, that they would enjoy spending a cold weekend reading or rereading by the fireplace. You the voters will decide which would be the Best Super Weekend Read by the Fireplace by voting for your preference in each match up. Anyone can vote. Round 1 Results All-Star Superman (2) OVER 52 (DC weekly miniseries) (6) - 8 to 2 Armor Wars (Iron Man) (10) OVER Avengers Under Siege (5) – 6 to 4 Batman: Year One (7) OVER Avengers vs. the Greek Gods arc (8) – 8 to 2 Camelot 3000 (7) TIED The Cartoon History of the Universe – Gonick (12) – 5 to 5 Crisis on Infinite Earths (2) OVER Death of Captain Marvel (4) – 6 to 4 Elfquest (13) OVER Doctor Who: The Forgotten (11) – 6 to 4 Gaiman's Sandman run (9) OVER JLA/Avengers limited series (8) – 6 to 4 Thor - Simonson's  run (9) OVER Planetary (1) – 8 to 2 Squadron Supreme Maxi-Series (4) OVER The Cartoon Guide to Calculus – Gonick (12) – 8 to 2 The Judas Contract (5) OVER The Cowboy Wally Show -- Kyle Baker (11) – 9 to 1 The Great Darkness Saga (3) OVER The Dark Phoenix Saga (6) – 6 to 4 Watchmen (3) OVER The One (13) - 10 to 0 Astonishing X-Men (Whedon) (1) OVER West Coast Avengers: Lost in Space and Time (10) – 8 to 2 Ashes: Hermit (6), Dr. Mid-Nite (8), Cygnia (11) Round 2 Match-Ups All-Star Superman (2) OR Astonishing X-Men (Whedon) (1) Armor Wars (Iron Man) (10) OR Watchmen (3) Batman: Year One (7) OR The Great Darkness Saga (3) Camelot 3000 (7) OR The Judas Contract (5) The Cartoon History of the Universe – Gonick (12) OR Squadron Supreme Maxi-Series (4) Crisis on Infinite Earths (2) OR Thor - Simonson’s run (9) Elfquest (13) OR Gaiman's Sandman run (9)
  6. For the Best Super Weekend Read by the Fireplace Tournament, each participant submitted two entries of a comic book series arc, limited comic series, or comic graphic novel that was published 10 years ago or older, that they would enjoy spending a cold weekend reading or rereading by the fireplace. You the voters will decide which would be the Best Super Weekend Read by the Fireplace by voting for your preference in each match up in this thread. Anyone can vote. * * Round1 * * 52 (DC weekly miniseries) (6) OR All-Star Superman (2) Armor Wars (Iron Man) (10) OR Avengers Under Siege (5) Avengers vs. the Greek Gods arc (8) OR Batman: Year One (7) The Cartoon History of the Universe – Gonick (12) OR Camelot 3000 (7) Crisis on Infinite Earths (2) OR Death of Captain Marvel (4) Doctor Who: The Forgotten (11) OR Elfquest (13) Gaiman's Sandman run (9) OR JLA/Avengers limited series (8) Planetary (1) OR Thor - Simonson's  run (9) Squadron Supreme Maxi-Series (4) OR The Cartoon Guide to Calculus – Gonick (12) The Cowboy Wally Show -- Kyle Baker (11) OR The Judas Contract (5) The Great Darkness Saga (3) OR The Dark Phoenix Saga (6) The One (13) OR Watchmen (3) West Coast Avengers: Lost in Space and Time (10) OR Astonishing X-Men (Whedon) (1)
  7. I'm blatantly stealing this game from another forum because it is about to disappear. Here's the gist of the game: participants will nominate two entries in the week's topic. Then I'll randomly post the nominations in a tournament style format and we'll vote on our favorites. Repeat until we get to a single winner. Ok, let's give this a try Our first tourney will honor the final one in that other place, RIP. For the Best Super Weekend Read by the Fireplace Tournament, each participant will submit two entries of a comic book series arc, limited comic series, or comic graphic novel that was published 10 years ago or older, that they would enjoy spending a cold weekend reading or rereading by the fireplace. You the voters will decide which would be the Best Super Weekend Read by the Fireplace by voting for your preference in each match up. Anyone can vote. Post your nominations in this thread.
  8. A little game. Player describes the treasure hoard of the creature/being/vault given above. It can be as general or as precise as you'd like. For example: Creature: The Nymph of Crystal Falls Hoard: Driven by her fey-born narcissism, Allura the Nymph has gathered a modest hoard of gifts brought to her by prospective suitors, as well as the remains of a few would-be ravagers - she's not without defense. She keeps her treasures in her abode, a cottage she crafted using her magic. She's surprisingly tidy for a creature of chaos and keeps her sparkly coins in small, nature magic-crafted chests - those alone being worth half the value of the coins they hold. She has a surprising number of silver mirrors, flowers from all over the world growing in pots of specially treated soil, statuettes of magnificent creatures in various stone or metal medium, and a wardrobe of gorgeous gowns and dresses. Finally, the north wall or her humble abode is a show-room of (mostly normal or masterwork) weapons, polished and cleaned, mounted next to the head of the being who tried to use it on her. Next Creature: Havnorraz, the Demon Dog of Greenwood.
  9. Here's the idea: You will be given a letter of the alphabet. You must choose three heroes whose names begin with that letter, and describe the mission these three heroes will fulfill. Then, choose another letter. Example: B Heroes: Bond (James), Beowulf, Bouncing Boy Mission: The three heroes must join forces to stop a time-traveling madman from destroying the universe. Heroes may be from any genre. First, last, and code names are all acceptable. Clear enough? Let's start with the letter S.
  10. Here the place to expose your deepest secret: your Superhero Identity! (You may, of course, have more than one of them, which can be handy to throw off suspicions.) I am ... North-End-Of-Southbound-Horse Man!!
  11. The idea is simple: Given a set of first names, identify the group. Then give a new set of names. Example: Richard, John, George, Paul Answer: The Beatles 'Group' in this context is not necessarily the same as 'Band', although it could be. Let's start with an easy, non-band example: Alan, Mike, David, Loretta, Harry, William, Gary, Jamie
  12. How do you use PRESENCE in your game? It is merely a statistic that allows you to a presence attack to slow down opponents, or does is it more of a roleplaying thing in your games? Do your game characters just take a 1/2 phase out due to a high presence attack, or do they back away from a vicious/mega/crazy/etc. villain shows up? Trying to get a player to act their hero as being impressed (or dismayed) can be difficult at times so I'd like to know how you handle this?
  13. (and villains) OK so here's a question. If all of the real people of the world, past and present lived in a comic book universe...which of them would have an Origin? For example take Charles Lindbergh. He was rich. He was an inventor He had an interest in trying to improve human beings both by eugenics and by implanting electro-mechanical replacement parts in them A family member was the victim of a heinous crime He'd totally turn himself into a cyborg masked aviator in a super plane that could hover and fly silently. He'd be the Phantom Eagle, right?
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