Monday, August 31, 2009

Disney Bought Marvel Comics

You know why I don't like this deal? Because Disney owns ESPN and ESPN sucks. By using the transitive property of equality I think it's pretty easy to determine that if ESPN sucks than Disney must suck as well. I mean it's science, right? Plus I'm a bit wary or taking my son to Disneyland and running into this guy.

There are a few people fired up about this but I don't see what the big deal is. Marvel stopped being a comics company years ago. They make way more money from movies and spider-man toilet paper than they ever did from selling copies of Howard the Duck. This move to the Disney umbrella just puts them in a stronger position to market their intellectual properties. ie. sell more spider-man toilet paper.

Steven Seagal will taze you bro

Steven Seagal: Lawman totally makes me want to commit some crimes. I mean how awesome would it be to get arrested by the star of Die Hard? ...what, he wasn't in die hard?

Friday, August 28, 2009

Wireless Electricity is here, more or less

100 years ago Nicola Tesla dreamed of wireless electricity (along with death rays and affordable moustache wax), well Eric Giler and his team of MIT nerd monkeys are helping make that dream a reality. The demonstration he has here is on the long side, but it's pretty cool. And while I doubt some of the applications for his work as as universal as he thinks (really we're to lazy to plug in our electric cars?), you have to be impressed with the technology as a whole.

Thursday, August 27, 2009

No Shirt, No Shoes, No Problem

People are always asking me "hey k-dogg, what's the next big internet meme?" This week it's Tell your friends you heard it here first... just kidding, we all know you have no friends.

Is this Cloverfield 2?

I say why not?

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

The Top 10 Apple II games*

oh apple IIgs, you truly are the one that got away

Growing up I had several Apple II computers (yet no nintendos), the "e", the "c" and finally the "GS". It wasn't until around 1990 when it became clear that Apple had no interest in continuing the II series and were more focused on the underpowered but adorable Mac, that I jumped over to the PC. In almost a decade of Apple II gaming I was able to play hundreds if not thousands of games. This is a list of the best of that bunch.

And no, if you played it at school it didn't make the list. Games are for playing not learning.

Sid Meier's Pirates
Pirates was so good it was ported to anything that had a joystick. It's also been remade and updated for modern systems at least twice. The reason it's so awesome is no big secret. Sword fighting plus ship to ship combat mixed with some light RPG elements made for fun and amazingly deep gameplay.

Autoduel had a concept that would still work today. Buy a car, customize it with weapons, battle other cars in the area, then take it to the streets running drugs and parts for gangsters in a post apocalyptic future. This is a game that is begging for a remake.

Rescue Raiders
The plot of Rescue Raiders was simple. Baddies have gone back in time to help Hitler win world war two by stopping the allies at D-Day. Rescue Raiders employed the same basic strategy as almost every modern RTS. Build and deploy your troops to take out the enemy base while protecting them with your super bad ass bomb equipped chopper. This is still one of the hardest games I've ever played, it took me years to beat.

Test Drive II the Duel
The first Test Drive was an awesome game found on every system of it's day. Test Drive II upped the ante with new cars, better graphics and expansion packs! Seriously this was the first game I ever remember playing that you could buy an expansion pack for. You could add new courses and new cars, really allowing you to stretch the life out of an already great game.

It's no RBI baseball, but Hardball was still a fun baseball game. The games biggest flaw? If you were playing a friend you actually had to switch spots sitting at the keyboard when you moved from the top to the bottom of an inning. Or you could just be perma-batter, which is what we all wanted anyway.

Ultima IV
20 years later and Ultima IV is still one of the best games I've ever played. You could tell this game was special right at the opening sequence. Before you did anything, the player had to answer a series of moral questions and then the computer would determine his player class. I can't tell you how many nights I spent sneaking out of bed to play this game. If my floppies hadn't eventually stopped working, I may never have graduated elementary school.

Dungeon Master
The Disks Dungeon Master came loaded on might as well have been made of crack. This was the first "dungeon crawler" style game I ever remember playing. You started the game by picking your party from the "hall of champions", that alone would take me hours. After picking the right mix of fighters and wizards you fought a couple creampuffs and from that point on it was hours and hours of collecting and outfitting fun. I don't even remember if this game had a plot, I'm pretty sure the dungeon just went on forever and ever, kinda like Ms. Pac-Man does.

Winter Games
Winter Games was the game I'd pull out when I really wanted to show off the Apple IIgs. This was an update of the old Epyx game everyone had played, but it looked and sounded much better on the IIgs than it did on any other system. Just an absolute classic game.

Sub Battle Simulator
I must have played this game 1000 times and I don't think I ever completed a single mission. Who cares? Sub Battle Simulator wasn't about actually doing what the game asked you to do, it was about running silent and blowing ships out of the water. Then restarting the game after getting exploded by depth charges.

Karateka was the first game I ever played on the Apple II that felt like it was better than an arcade game. It put similar titles, like Kung Fu and Karate Champ, to shame. Gameplay was easy, punch and kick your way though the bad guys until you reach the princess. Just make sure you bow before you try and kiss her. Approach her while still in your fighting stance and she'll drop you like a sack of kittens.

*that I owned at one time or another.

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Now that's a red card

This is from a Bolivian soccer match over the weekend. My favorite part was when the guy got kicked in the face.

Party like it's 1985 has an amazing how to article on building your own Nintendo Arcade cabinet. I can't believe I spent all last weekend rebuilding my sink when I could've been putting this together. Seriously though, if I ever find a guide on how to put together a Sega Dreamcast arcade cabinet I might have to take a week off from work.

Frenchman Pulls a Clive Cussler

If this story of survival and human achievement (in a speedo no less) doesn't brighten your day, than I don't know what will.

When you're stranded in the Moroccan desert with ten days of rations and a basket-case Citroen 2CV, do you give up? Hell no! You do what Emile Leray did!

Unfortunately, no one is 100 percent sure exactly what he did. It looks like he took inspiration from the movie Sahara and turned his broken down citroen into a sweet looking motorcycle. He then rode it out of the desert with a beer in one hand and a Steppenwolf track blaring in the background (at least that's what I assume happened). The pictures of his creation are pretty sweet and just for good measure here's a trailer for Sahara. A movie so awesome Clive Cussler (the writer of the book it was based on) sued to keep it from being released.

Monday, August 24, 2009

Honda Civic, great for picking up hookers

Big ups to Honda for finally targeting that hooker loving family man demographic that's eluded so many other automakers.

~via jalopnik

That guy killed himself

yeah he's not creepy looking at all.

Here's one for the follow up file. Ryan Jenkins who was accused of killing his ex-wife, after he chopped her up and stuffed her in a suitcase was found dead in a motel over the weekend. Take it away associated press;

The dramatic end came at an isolated motel at the edge of British Columbia's mountainous interior, on the outskirts of Hope, a town with limited claims to fame as the place where the first Rambo movie was filmed and where residents make giant wooden carvings with chainsaws.

I'm sure the residents of Hope are happy that their towns claim to fame is Rambo, Chainsaw carving and D-Bags offing themselves in motel rooms.

On Sunday evening, police responded to a call from motel staff about a dead person, and then called investigators who were part of the manhunt for Jenkins, said Sgt. Duncan Pound of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police border integrity unit.

The manager of The Thunderbird Motel and his nephew said they found Jenkins hanging from the bar of a coat rack by a belt. They said a young woman had checked him in to the two-story inn surrounded by trees.

Could the Mystery woman be Megan from Megan wants a millionaire?

Kevin Walker, who manages the Thunderbird Motel, said Jenkins and the mystery woman arrived Thursday.. She was blonde, in her early 20s and "naturally pretty, one of those wholesome little ladies," he said.

Never mind that's definitely not Megan.

Saturday, August 22, 2009

Like Mad Men but with more zombies

In some of the coolest news ever, last week it was announced that AMC has aquired the rights to Robert Kirkman's excellent comic The Walking Dead. The series is to be developed by writer/director Frank Darabont (the green mile, the mist, Shawshank Redemption), and it's been said that AMC is willing to shell out big time money to Darabont. If that's true I think it's a good sign that this is a project that will actually see the light of day. Unlike that Star Wars TV show I've been waiting on for the last 5 years.

The Walking Dead has been published by Image since 2003, but I just started reading it a couple months ago. So in a way I think it's only right I'm the last nerd blogger to do a post on the TV show. A couple months ago ,y shop had a big sale on TPBs so I picked up a few volumes of the Walking Dead (along with Nextwave; Agents of Hate, which is so awesome). That's pretty typical of how I jump on board with anything published by Image. I always seem to miss out on the first few issues, so most of the time I end up waiting until a few trades come out before I jump on the bandwagon. Anyhoo, the comic is awesome. It's not your typical blood and gore zombies (although there's plenty of that), it's more of an essay on what happens to the people left alive after "the apocalypse". Kinda like the left behind series but with more zombies and less Kirk Cameron. The tag line on the back cover of each Volume really sums up the series. "In a world ruled by the dead, we are forced to finally start living."

buy the comic and when it hits the cablewaves watch the tv show.

Friday, August 21, 2009

Finally science is listening to me

I don't care what anyone says, zombies are still 100o times better than vampires

Throw out your zombie plan, science says you're dead.

In a paper published in Infectious Disease Modelling Research Progress, a team of mathematicians from Carleton University and the University of Ottawa have created a series of mathematical models to explore the effects of a zombie outbreak and determine the best course for human survival. For the purpose of the paper, the team limited their models to the George Romero slow-moving zombies, and created separate models for zombie infections that cause the infected to resurrect immediately after contact with a zombie and for zombie infections with a 24-hour incubation period.

Go ahead and read the paper for yourself. If you're not a big reader I can summarize the report in less than a paragraph. If we catch the Zombies quick it's sunshine and margaritas. Unfortunately if we don't quarantine and eradicate them quickly we're all dead. Basically it's all going to come down to how quickly the government can move on the problem when it pops up. So you know, we should be just fine. Now if you'll excuse me I have a basement full of mountain dew that I need to start drinking.

Hot Links, may not be to scale

This is a pretty great time of the year to be a sports fan. We'll it's a great time of the year to be this sports fan. I have Adrian Peterson and Drew Brees on my fantasy football team, I'm currently beating all my friends in Facebook's EPL challenge, and the Seahawks have yet to loose a game. Go me.

oh yeah here's some links for the weekend. check back in tomorrow for a special weekend zombie update.

SummerSlam Preview and Preditions (camelclutchblog)

The Most Useless Tricks in Soccer (the offside)

Nick Collison vs. Douchy Radio Host (thebiglead)

F—KING LAZY OLD C—KSUCKER F—K (kissing suzy kolber)

A Womans Guide to Football (everything is terrible)

The 5 most misleading Premiership opening day results of all time (the spoiler)

Why Your Team Sucks: Seattle Seahawks (deadspin)

Ochocinco scores game winning extra Pt? (withleather)

Thursday, August 20, 2009

Fake dating show < Real murderer

finally, someone that truly is worse than hitler

So if you haven't heard about this story yet, don't worry you will. Basically one of VH1's reality show nutjobs killed someone.

VH1 officially pulled Megan Wants a Millionaire off the air today after reports surfaced that one of the contestants, Ryan Alexander Jenkins, is the target of an international manhunt regarding the murder of former Playboy model and Vegas stripper Jasmine Fiore. Jenkins also is rumored to have won I Love Money 3 which most likely puts that show in jeopardy.
~the ~superficial

That was this morning, this afternoon the police made it official.

TMZ has learned the Orange County D.A. has charged Ryan Jenkins for the murder of his wife Jasmine Fiore. Fiore's body was found Saturday morning stuffed in a suitcase which was thrown in a dumpster in Buena Park, CA. It appears Jenkins has fled to Canada. A warrant has been issued for his arrest

Anyone that's had the misfortune of watching any show on VH1 with the word "Love" in the title (but wasn't about the 1980s) knew that something like this was bound to happen. However, I'm a little surprised we went straight to murder. I figured we would've had some tax evasion charges, maybe a vehicular manslaughter charge or two before we went straight to murder.
The people that go on these shows are all freaks, VH1 pays them to act like psychos and when you pay people to act like psychos you're eventually going to attract real psychos. Hopefully after all is said and done VH1 will cancel all their "I love..." shows and will bring back Pop up Video. That show was the bomb.

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Can Barney Frank be frank here?

This is without a doubt the funniest video I've seen regarding the health care debate. And it comes from a congressman that sounds like he's stepped out of a Hanna Barbera cartoon.

On a side note, these days it seems like everyone that's ever done something to someone (obama, bush, rachael ray) gets compared to Hitler. Do you ever think Stalin's ghost gets upset at all the street cred Hitlers name still has? I mean You think Stalin's ghost sits there shaking his fist saying "you know, I killed a bunch of people too!"

To boldy drink where no man...

I only own two bottle openers. One is built into the kitchen shears that came with my set of cooking knives. The second one is build into my Stanley Fat Max Fubar (more lovingly known as the zombie smasher). Neither opener is very fashionable or very portable. Solution to my problem? This totally awesome Star Trek Bottle opener over at Finally an opener that says "hey I love to party but after the party I'm totally going home and organizing my comic book collection."

Diora Bird to play Thor, or something

Hey remember Diora Baird, she of the Orion Slave Girl controversy. Well she's going to be in Thor. Or not, does it really matter at this point?
Baird tweeted this:
Had an audition for the movie Thor today. Character description was ‘pretty, but sturdy with muscle’. Damn type casting.
~via filmdrunk

I'm guessing she's not up for one of the lead roles. They've already cast Natalie Portman as Jane Foster. They might be casting for Sif, but I could see her showing up as one of the other supporting female characters from Thor. Say the Enchantress or maybe Valkyrie. I could even see Thundra if they're looking for any old female warrior with even the loosest connection to Asgard (by which I mean almost no relation). Who knows maybe at some point in the movie we'll get a sexy (and slightly disturbing) female Loki.

Anyhoo, every blogger and their mom is using this news to pad hits by posting pics of Diora Baird. Since I'm totally above that sort of thing here's some pics of Sif, Valkyrie, Enchantress and Thundra... and Diora Baird.

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Luke Kay is living the dream

If this isn't the best story you'll read today about one mans obsessive love for Star Wars memorabilia, I'll eat my hat.
Luke Kay’s mammoth haul, which includes 16,000 costumes, props from Star Wars and other big screen classics, fills the house he lives in, another one he rents and two storage units.

This already sounds awesome right? Well wait until you read some of what he actually has.
Skywalker’s original light sabre from The Empire Strikes Back.
A full-sized moving version of Star Wars baddie Jabba the Hut
Full-size R2D2 and C3PO robots made from the same moulds as the originals.
An exact copy of the famous gold bikini worn by Princess Leia after she was captured by Jabba.
The distinctive orange flight suit and helmet worn by Skywalker in his X-Wing fighter in The Empire Strikes Back.
The jacket and trousers worn by the same character while he is being trained by Master Yoda during Star Wars: A New Hope.
An original Kit car from 80s hit TV show Knight Rider
Two full-size speeder bikes

That's right, two speeder bikes and a working Jabba the Hutt. If that isn't awesome I don't know what is. This truly is the uplifting story of the year.
The collection, which took more than a quarter of a century to assemble, grew so big that it even contributed to the end of his 21-year-marriage in 2006.

oh... maybe it's not so uplifting.
And although Mr Kay’s new girlfriend, Debbie Mawer, 26, has embraced the items and goes to events dressed in his costumes, the 42-year-old has decided to call it a day

Well that's kind of a happy ending. His collection is valued at more than 1 million pounds, so I guess the loss of his collection will be tempered with the solace that comes from a huge pile of cash and a 20 year old girlfriend. If I was him I wouldn't sell that Gold Bikini.... or one of the speeder bikes.

via the

Monday, August 17, 2009

Chick Fight!

While it was no Fedor/Lesnar, this weekends Gina Carrano/Chris Cyborg fight was a pretty big deal. Unfortunately the weigh in was the lone highlight for Gina and her fans. I'm not sure how I feel about this. If Hollywood has taught me anything its that pretty girls are always better at everything. That and smoking is cool.

If you missed it go ahead and watch the entire fight here.

Update- or watch it here!

Friday, August 14, 2009

The Way of the Wolverine is reporting that Chris McQuarrie, the writer of the Usual Suspects, X-Men and The Way of the Gun, has just been hired to write the Wolverine sequel.

I gotta say this is pretty exciting news. Especially following the depressing news of a Battlestar Galactica reboot. The first X-Men movie was fantastic, The Usual Suspects was an instant classic and The Way of the Gun is totally underrated. The Way of the Gun also has the best opening sequence in movie history. Which is sadly not embeddable... thanks for nothing Youtube! Here's hoping McQuarrie will be able to pull off something fantastic with Wolverine 2. If he does, the summer of 2012 might be a great one for movie goers, no matter what the Mayans say.

USA is #1... or it sucks

The Daily Show With Jon StewartMon - Thurs 11p / 10c
Glenn Beck's Operation
Daily Show
Full Episodes
Political HumorSpinal Tap Performance

My wife thinks that like a 12 year old with ADD, Glen Beck acts crazy just to get attention. Pesonally I think he's a masochist that gets off on being humiliated by people like John Stewart. Either way he's a loon... enjoy.

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Is it Bean Bag Shark Week Already?

As much as I would love to build my son a Y-Wing shaped bed, it took me almost 2 weekends just to install 4 shelves in a closet. So I don't see it happening anytime soon. But I'm pretty sure I can swing 19.95 for the most awesomest bean bag chair ever.

I also think I can get my mom to make her grandson the cat eating shark pillow. Now I just need to get some cats.

The Most Embarassing Superheroes Ever

No, this isn't a list of Superheroes that are just embarassing themselves. While there's plenty of those out there, these are the Superheroes that embarass you, the comic book reader.

But Wolverine is awesome and loved by everyone, what could possibly be embarrassing about him? How about magical swords, WWII covert operations, psychic scar tissue, Patch, the awful James Howlett storyline, yakuza girl friends and yeah bone claws. Ever try explaining the bone claws thing to someone who used to read comics in the 80s and is absolutely sure Wolerines claws aren't one of his mutant powers? Trust me it's a shamefull conversation.

Giant Size Man-Thing
This isn't really a shot at poor Man-Thing (who is awesome btw), this could just as easily been Booster Gold, Squirrel Girl, The Thing, Dazzler, Blue Beetle, Matter Eater Lad or anyone of say a hundred heroes with laughable names. What's the phrase, you never get a second chance to make a first impression? Try making that first impression with a copy of Man-Thing in your hands.

Eternity came into existence when the universe was formed (along with Death, Oblivion, and Infinity) and spontaneously assumed the collective consciousness of all living things in the Universe. He is every living thing and every living thing is him; thus he controls everything in all plains of existence with the exception of the Living Tribunal, who maintains the cosmic balance of power. Eternity is the physical incarnation of time, whereas his sister Infinity represents space. Also, if Galactus ever dies or does not exist, the opposite of Eternity, Abrax..... oh God shoot me now.

"Hey who's the hot Asian chick in purple with the glowy hand sword? What do you mean she's Captain Britain's sister. Siege Perilous? no, I've never heard of it, please tell me more" about a conversation sure to impress and inform your friends.

Batman/Captain America
There's nothing inherently embarrassing about Captain America or Batman, both are beloved and pretty well known by your average non-comic reader. The real problem with Cap and Bats is that both of them died a while ago. Even if you can maintain your dignity explaining how Cap was killed by his brainwashed girlfriend and then replaced by his sidekick that has been dead for 40 years, I dare you to explain someone that doesn't read comics the events of Final Crisis. Go ahead, I've got all day.

Bomb Queen/Witchblade/Aphrodite IX/Fathom/Tarot
Really this one goes to any superheroine that fights crime in a thong. As well written as the comic might be (yeah right), I wouldn't leave any issues laying around. Especially when you have a lady friend over to your pad/parents basement.

One More Day
So this one is cheating, One More day is a storyline not an actual character. I don't care it's my list. You didn't have to see the way my wife looked at me when I told her that Spider-Man was about to sell his marriage in a deal with the devil.

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Look out grandma! here come the socialists

The Daily Show With Jon StewartMon - Thurs 11p / 10c
Healther Skelter
Daily Show
Full Episodes
Political HumorSpinal Tap Performance

I'm not sure what's more surprising here. The fact that people are so worked up over health care or the fact that we still have town hall meetings. I'm pretty sure the only "Town Hall" my city has is the Showare Center. Home of the Lingere Football League's Seattle Mist. Season tickets are on sale now.

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Star Wars Tuesday

Enough with the G.I. Joe already. Am I right? Here's some Star Wars stuff for you to check out while you try and forget Steven Sommers, Channing Tatum and Marlon Wayans just had the number one movie in America.

Star Wars: Death Troopers
It didn't take long for me to get burnt out on star wars books. I think it was right around the Dark Apprentice series. However, something tells me I'm going to give Death Troopers a chance.
"After an Imperial prison barge breaks down, a team is sent to an abandoned Star Destroyer to salvage whatever they can find, only to return carrying a zombifying disease that leaves the half-dozen survivors fighting for their lives aboard the isolated, forgotten starship."
That's right Storm Trooper Zombies!

Lightsaber Chopsticks
Starting in November, you'll be able to buy these Star Wars light saber chopsticks in Darth Vader Red, Luke Skywalker Blue, or Yoda Green for 1050 yen ($10) each from Kotobukiya.

Darth Vader Cupcakes
Because after a hour of your life in vain trying to eat your top ramen with chopsticks you're going to need desert.

Star Wars Watch Collection
While the idea of a Star Wars watch seems cool, knowing these are designed by Marc Ecko has me worried that they won't have a calculator function.

Monday, August 10, 2009

Cobra Commander loves 70s boogie

For everyone that thought Vinnie Jones playing the clarinet dressed up as
Destro would have made a better movie than G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra, here's the Ballad of G.I. Joe

Cats love porn

I guess you can add a visit from Dateline NBC's Chris Hanson to the list of reasons why I don't want a cat.

Police are charging Keith Griffin of Jensen Beach, Florida with 10 counts of possession of child pornography after finding more than 1,000 images on his personal computer.

Griffin told police he had been downloading music, and that his cat jumped on the keyboard when he left the room. He said "strange things" appeared on the computer when he returned.

He is being held in Martin county jail on $250,000 bond. No word on any charges against the cat.


Because that's just how easy it is to download child pornography. All you have to do is randomly stamp on the keyboard for a few minutes and boom! Miley Cyrus working a stripper pole.

Ok, maybe that's a bad example.

Friday, August 7, 2009

Fantasy GI Joe Draft Rankings

Lets face it the GI Joe movie sucks, you don't have to have seen it in the theater to know that. It's science and you can't argue with Science. Here's the plus side, No amount of Channing Tatum and Marlon Wayans can take away your childhood memories of playing with your GI Joes.

One of the best things about GI Joe figures (especially when compared to Transformers) were how portable they were. Nothing beat heading over to your friends house with a lunch box full of your favorite Joes and having an epic battle. Unless your friend was a huge jerk that didn't want you playing with their toys, you always started the battle by pooling all your toys together on the floor and picking them playground style.

So without further exposition here's your 2009 GI Joe Fantasy Toy Draft rankings.

Snake Eyes - A Ninja with a Uzi? Why not just give kids an Atari made of Pixi sticks. There was no single toy in the 80s as cool as Snake Eyes.

Storm Shadow - If you didn't pick Snake Eyes with the first pick, you picked Storm Shadow. Especially if it was the cooler 2nd generation Storm Shadow that came with a ninja bow.

Roadblock - Roadblock came with a ridiculously huge gun, which made him a real powerhouse on the imaginary battlefield. If you could really sell it, Roadblock alone could take out anything from a Trouble Bubble to a Hiss Tank.

Zartan - Zartan was awesome, He changed color in the sun and came with what looked like a speeder bike from Star Wars. The only problem with Zartan is you were doomed if you tried to use one of his disguises to infiltrate the enemy. 11 year olds are dumb, but they're not that dumb.

Destro - If the choice is Destro or Cobra Commander there's no doubt you're taking Destro. The GI Joe cartoon really drove home the point that CC had no idea what he was doing. Plus Destro has wrist rockets.

Gung-Ho - Grenade Launcher + Huge Chest Tatoo = Awesome. Gung-Ho was one of the earliest characters to have visible biceps, so you know if he ran out of grenades he could always punch out a ton of Cobra Officers.

Flint - Flint just looked cooler than most Joes. I mean who would you rather have leading your troops. Hawk or Duke? No thanks, lets give the guy with the beret a shot.

Stalker - Stalker doesn't get the love he should. He's got all the ninja training of Storm Shadow or Snake Eyes combined with the smooth moves of Billy Dee Williams. Stalker was always a good value pick in the later rounds.

Lady Jaye - Lady Jaye was the girl to pick. Sorry Baroness and Scarlet but Lady Jaye looked like she belonged on a battle field. Plus if you stared at her long enough you swear you saw a bit of cleavage.

Firefly - Firefly was the perfect counter to any friend with one of those ungodly sized playsets, like the GI Joe Space Shuttle or Aircraft Carrier. All you need to do is pull out Firefly and his tool kit backpack and you've rendered your enemies base useless.

Shipwreck - Shipwreck came with a parrot and what looked like a flintlock pistol from days of yore. He was about a thousand times cooler than his maritime counterparts Cutter and Wet Suit.


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