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Cap'n Yesterday, Pokemon Hunter wrote:
Dang it! My Pokemon hunting license was revoked! On account of all the crotch punching.

Were you trying to catch a wild Kickpuncher or a wild Punchkicker?


{dons felt goatee, rates everyone in thread as a "1" in MeowMeowBeenz™ app}


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Drejk wrote:
Chris Lambertz wrote:
Alzrius wrote:
Chris Lambertz wrote:
Removed a series of folks.
The excised content...IS PEOPLE!
Sigh. Pre-coffee posting is not without typos. Fixed!
This is why you don't mess with Chris in the morning. She fixes things before she had her coffee by removing people!

{sings happily:} Troy Chris and Abed Lilith in the morning!

(Sorry, old habit.)


20th Century Fox has announced a New Mutants spin-off/tie-in to their Marvel X-Men franchise. Josh Boone (The Fault In Our Stars) will direct, and he has co-written the script with Knate Gwaltney. Casting announced so far:

Ororo Munroe/Storm: Alexandra Shipp (also plays Storm in this summer's X-Men: Apocalypse)
Illyana Rasputin/Majik: Anya Taylor-Joy (Thomasin in The Witch, Cassandra in Atlantis)
Rahne Sinclair/Wolfsbane: Maisie Williams (YESSSS!) (Arya Stark in Game of Thrones, Ashildr/Lady Me in Doctor Who)
Charles Xavier/Professor X: James McAvoy (also plays Xavier in this summer's X-Men: Apocalypse and its two predecessors)


It's not Luke Cage, but in casting news for Iron Fist:

Danny Rand/Iron Fist will be played by Finn Jones (Loras Tyrell from Game of Thrones), and Colleen Wing will be played by Jessica Henwick (Nymeria Sand of Dorn from Game of Thrones, Resistance fighter pilot Jessika Pava from Star Wars: The Force Awakens).


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Freehold DM wrote:
Rosgakori wrote:
Well, I hope that dark gritty and grimdark starts to vanish by the time Wonder Woman comes up. Suicide Squad- there it fits the bill better. But Shazam is the least grim thing ever. So are the Flash, Booster Gold & Blue Beetle and Green Lantern Corps. At least Goyer is not writing those movies and Snyder not directing.
BLUE AND GOLD!

Starring Alan Tudyk and Nathan Fillion, respectively.


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djones wrote:
Thomas Seitz wrote:
Nothing. I merely stated I wanted Wednesday move here faster. Unless you can time travel, Rysky, I think I'm okay with just being impatient. :p
Ah nuts, the time machine crashed about 9 hours early.

I'm not the least bit surprised. Rip Hunter is the worst Time Master ever.


Updates:

Back in January, they announced Ricky Whittle (Lincoln of The 100) cast as Shadow.

Today, in Holy-Sh!t-Perfect-Casting, they announced Ian McShane (Al Swearengen of Deadwood, tons of other stuff) cast as Wednesday.

Filming starts this April.


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Second season 2 trailer with Elektra in action

And they've just announced who will be playing Iron Fist.


She is an assassin and likely be working for Fisk, or his associates. Maybe Punisher kills her?


Kain Darkwind wrote:

I believe

Spoiler:
the Iron Mask is Jay.

The "Jay" that has been running around without speed? Few possibilities.

1. Clone.
2. Hunter Zolomon aka twin of Jay.
3. "The Rival"

Seriously though, Zoom feels like Savitar.

Thomas Seitz wrote:
Who is Zoom?
Spoiler:
Come on. It has to be Earth 3 Wally West. It's the only logical thing I can think of. The whole mask thing, I'm positive is the ORIGINAL Jay Garrick from Earth-2 Justice Society. The other guy from Earth-2 is a clone that Zoom fed off and keeps in the dark because he needs Speed Force and getting that Jayclone to be a guinea pig for Velocity 9 is the best way to do that when he runs out of Speed Force guys to feed on.

Spoiler:
Yeah, Iron Mask is definitely a Jay Garrick, and I'm guessing he's the real Jay. That also leads me to think the "Jay" that visited Earth 1 is either:

a) Earth 2's Hunter Zolomon
b) A clone of Jay Garrick

Either Zolomon attempting to replicate Jay's powers or a clone of Jay could have the cellular degeneration problem. And either would explain why they haven't been forthcoming to the Team Flash. Heck, even Zoom could be another Jay clone who discovered that the Speed Force is the only thing that stops his cellular decay. If that's the case, then it isn't Velocity 9 healing the other/"visitor" Jay's cells, but the Speed Force, and Velocity 9 is just the catalyst to access it. And getting Earth 1's Team Flash to perfect V9 is the key that Zoom needs to stop feeding on Flashes and directly access the Speed Force.

But I think it's even a better fit that Zoom is Savitar, who is using the Jay clone/Zolomon as a guinea pig in his quest to perfect his (Zoom's) ability to access the Speed Force. And before this is over, I'm thinking, hoping, Harry's daughter Jessie ends up injected with V9 too.

Edit: Could Harry's Jessie already have the potential to become a speedster? Zoom could have kidnapped her to experiment on next after all his Jays/Zolomons/clones burnout/die off.


David M Mallon wrote:
Abed Nadir wrote:
This explains that one Kids in the Hall sketch*.
My people...

Do you know Bruce McCulloch?


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David M Mallon wrote:

The people of Canada consume more Kraft Macaroni & Cheese (sold under the name Kraft Dinner in Canada) than any other nation on earth, purchasing 1.7 million (~24%) of the 7 million boxes sold globally each week. The packaged dry pasta and cheese mix is the most popular grocery item in the country, where "Kraft Dinner" (often referred to simply as "KD") has become a generic trademark of sorts for macaroni and cheese.

This explains that one Kids in the Hall sketch*.

* From 1992!!! Holy crap I feel old.


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Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
King Yesterday of Pillowpia wrote:

Adds Christmas lights to pillow fort, begins purchasing supplies

We shan't leave until the new year rings!

Well, except to get presents tomorrow... and then there's the General's family party on Christmas.. then my family... and of course Pea Bear is going up north for a few days... ah, f!@% it! Maybe I can craft a pillow Hazmat suit...

Just go Sumo man, Get an oversized sweatshirt put as many pillows as possible underneath and then attack!

"He is part man, part pillow... all carnage."


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King Yesterday of Pillowpia wrote:

I see you've done this before.

Not to worry, they won't breach the east wall on my watch!

You traitor! You seceded from Pillowtown, but your kind ain't welcome in Blanketsburg either!


CorvusMask wrote:
Oh ._.; So should it be 2016 then?

"People assume that time is a strict progression of cause to effect, but actually from a non-linear, non-subjective viewpoint — it's more like a big ball of wibbly wobbly... time-y wimey... stuff."


{makes note to upgrade The Gninja's strength class/rating in "The Official Handbook of the Paizo Universe"}


zylphryx wrote:
No no, it's an 8 eight ball that is in the process of reproduction via budding ...

You mean a dreaded Infinity Ball, the most powerful weapon of the Hey Empire.


Variety: "Neil Gaiman’s ‘American Gods’ Lands Series Greenlight at Starz"


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I blame Cosmo for The Big Bang Theory.


Hama wrote:
Also, I want to know what has happened to Benjen Stark.

Like the Professor and Mary Osha, he's a castaway stranded on Gendry's Isle.


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Squeakmaan wrote:
DM_aka_Dudemeister wrote:
[tangent] Does anyone else hope the Evil Iconics are just the Hell's Rebels iconics with goatees?[/tangent]
Well now I do

{strokes felt goatee} Hot, hothothot!


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Rock n' Roll Troll wrote:
Maybe Paizo needs to bring in some Winger to drive them off :-)

He has enough trouble herding our study group and repairing the Dean's well-intentioned mismanagement of Greendale; I don't think he has the time to shut down spammers too.


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Oceanshieldwolf wrote:
quibblemuch wrote:
dien wrote:

A ramble about pluralizing aspergillum:

Move that we call warriors who wield exclusively aspergillis, "aspergilloons." Seconded?

Maybe a prestige class...

Perhaps if they are mounted. I think I prefer aspergillites for light armor aspergillium wielders, aspergillista for monk or brawler derived PrCs, and aspergillic for constantly drunk wielders of aspergilliums. Aspergerillium for theses who have aspergers and wield an aspergillium, and then there is the great As-per-gilliam for a very funny wielder of an aspergillium.

Asper Gillian should be Karen Gillan's sister.


Adam Daigle wrote:

Nope. Earth is Earth. :)

We visited there in Pathfinder #71.

But is Earth Earth or Earth?


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LazarX wrote:
Purple Dragon Knight wrote:
(frankly, I find the X-Men a poor excuse for super-powered beings... before the X-Men, one had to think of a cool origin story for a character's power, but this mutant business came and introduced untold amounts of super powered beings for no good reason - don't give me that crap about evolution taking course over only one or two generations due to pollution etc. if that would be the case the resulting evolution would be "resistance to polluted air" there. done. finished. Bob's your uncle. The term "mutant" would take a whole new meaning and I'm not sure the regular humans - dying horribly of chronic respiratory disorders - would bother "registering" the "humans that look like they're breathing just fine over there")
Think of WHEN the X-Men came out. The point of the series was not to get into a biological treatise on the nature of super powers. It's to tell a story of race prejudice and hatried in a different way. The mutant question was a way to tackle on a story that couldn't be done face on... racial prejudice and xenophobia.

Heh, Marvel's mutants were officially ruled as "nonhuman creatures" by a United States federal court.


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GM Xabulba wrote:
Shadowborn wrote:
...builds himself a suit of powered armor, an army of robots, and a plethora of cutting edge technology,...
That's so Iron Man.

Shhhh! Don't give Disney any ideas! {dreads now-inevitable "That's So Iron Man" show starring Raven Symone}


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Troodos wrote:
He has Bob!

He might instead be Morte.


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xevious573 wrote:
The Occultist... Truly a class for Wayne Reynolds artistic sensibilities.

"I don't always solve occult mysteries. But when I do, I prefer Pathfinder. Stay psychic, my friends."


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"Every fairy tale needs a good old-fashioned villain. You need me or you're nothing. Because we're just alike, you and I, except you're boring. You're on the side of the angels." [/Jim Moriarty]


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(sin b) / (tan b) = (cos b) with the jello pudding


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The top hat + song & dance thing is overdone these days.


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Cosmo wrote:
Also, I'm not "new".

Well, you'd seem to be new if everyone forgets about your existence when they aren't looking at you.


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bulbaquil wrote:

I really want to play this. So many possibilities...

Where is my time machine so I can go forward in time and pick up the completed AP from my FLGS 18 months from now?

The current regeneration of Doctor Sutter has borrowed it to prevent intertemporal war from breaking out when the Sontaran kebab truck cannot get room to park and set up outside Gen Con 2017 because the Ice Warriors' gelato cart and Silurian taco wagon refuse to move.

Tip: If you're there, don't eat any of the "Paula Deen" fried Adipose-on-a-stick... at least, not if you're not into body horror.


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Freehold DM wrote:
FHDM to apply for dual citizenship

This is just a cover story so you can get your own beta capsule, transform into UltraFreehold, and fight kaiju every episode.

Edit: Nekkid kaiju wrestling?


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Chris Lambertz wrote:
Gary I wanna plant a donut tree.
Sara Marie wrote:
gary: watch out for the cupcake trebuchet
Sara Marie wrote:
gary: those look like rounds for the new cupcake railgun

Gary is The Breadmaster?!

Da dwee, da da da da dwee dow! Da DWEE, da da da da dwee dow!


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Liches be like: "Daaaaaaaaamn, Community, where did you hide your phylactery?!"


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pH unbalanced wrote:
Tels wrote:
Does Crowe get his own theme song?
That's funny, I figured this was his theme song.

Or even this.


EW, I think you've misheard the name of the new movie.


Always Be Cageing


Limeylongears wrote:
Christmas crackers, when first invented, were called 'Cossacks', so in Victorian times, the whole family would gather round the table, limber up, then simultanously pull a Cossack over the turkey

That could shed an entirely different light on a certain Jame's Bond villain's backstory and motivations...

Spoiler:
Alec Trevelyan in GoldenEye

yellowdingo wrote:
CapeCodRPGer wrote:
After you gave him the order, did he make it so?
I think someone smashed or shot the computer interface...then I Woke up. So any chance we can add captain Picard as the ai interface to our internet?

That depends... Have you perfected the Riker Maneuver yet?


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BluePigeon wrote:
I have the key!

Now you just need to find Dana Barrett/Sigourney Weaver.


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christos gurd wrote:
Mikaze wrote:
....that feeling when you realize you're actually giving gnome/flumphs serious consideration...
ill take that and raise you an aboleth kitsune.

{TV announcer voice} Can two aberrant hybrids share an apartment without driving each other crazy?


Like this or this or this?

No? Then what about this?


BluePigeon wrote:
I'm sorry that I prefer BBC Television over my American counter-parts. But in my defense, I can't resist watching Dr. Who. I guess it's my alck of willpower.

This reminds me... I apologize to Chris for watching marathons of Gordon Ramsay's shows on BBC America when I housesit. I also apologize that this is on a satellite setup, so my watching adds to the ratings, which makes BBC America execs think showing hours of Ramsay reruns is a good idea.


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Rysky wrote:
Gorbacz wrote:
I agree, Brawler should be renamed to Doomfist ir DeathShadowKick...
Von Punchyface!

How about Kickpuncher?

Six seasons and a movie!


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Celestial Healer wrote:
I feel like I am failing at Halloween. I have every light on and the door wide open and the trick-or-treaters keep walking past my house. I think it is because the house is set so far back from the road and it has lots of doors, so people are just too confused to bother.

Or they've seen too many horror/slasher movies and aren't falling for the obvious trap.


The 8th Dwarf wrote:

At the very end of the movie you can see a downed alien baseship crashed in Sydney Harbour...

The Australian army would have that thing dismantled and put to use straight away. Ask anybody that served with us in any war if we could nick it and use it we would.

Ah, that explains:

1999: The IASA launches the space shuttle, Collaroy, carrying the Farscape One module as its payload. Farscape One and her pilot, Commander John Crichton, mysteriously disappear during the maiden test flight.


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DungeonmasterCal wrote:
...I may never sleep again, but spend the rest of my waking life flossing and brushing in an effort to avoid that woman.

Does she have a diploma from the Orin Scrivello School of Dentistry on the wall?

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