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  1. Hello, Dave. Welcome to the board.
  2. They're not worried in Japan. Their normal behavior is pretty ideal to prevent spreading viruses. Except for the subway.
  3. I rate their chances as 'pretty good'. The fact they are a team allows them to attack in several different ways at once. Individually their power is not great compared to Archanfel, but they comprise psychics and strategists, as well as one of the universe's strongest warriors in Gladiator, and even one warrior who is literally a miniature star (G-Type). Archanfel was created to take on armies, but mainly by leading armies. So... good choice. *** How about this one? Rose Quartz might make for an interesting opponent because they are similar and yet so different. Rose Quartz was the leader of a rebellion against the alien empire of the Gems, who planned to conquer Earth over a period of a thousand years, and transform it into a Colony - a planet-sized Gem base where no organic life could exist. Although Rose was a Gem herself, she had decided that life on Earth was worth protecting, and she laid everything on the line to defy the Gem conquerors. As such, Rose possesses an impressive array of powers, including immense, even Hulk-level strength, resistence against injury, levitation, the ability to turn plant life into formidable warriors, shapeshifting, telepathy, projecting her mind into someone else's body, healing any injury or material damage with her tears and manifesting an almost-impenetrable shield. It's even possible she has the ability to (subconsciously) mentally manipulate people to do what she wants. Fortunately what she wants is freedom, for herself and everybody else. She is probably not a match for Archanfel in the raw strength department, but she might convince him to chill out a bit.
  4. Salkafar

    Hello

    Welcome, 2young. Well... unfortunately we have hit a similar wall. The manga is on indefinite hiatus.
  5. Well, I finally watched all of it and I have to say it was wretched. You can't do this on a low budget. And the acting was... awful. At least there was a consequence, of sorts... several Earths were fused into one, although there are still several other universes, including the Titans one, the Swamp Thing one, the Doom Patrol one and the upcoming Stargirl one and Green Lantern one. Oh, and Arrow is over since its protagonist is well and truly dead. What with Disney+ moving into Marvel TV features this year I wonder how much time this franchise has left.
  6. Finally watched it and it was a lot better than I had expected.
  7. Spawn's power is unquantifiable since it's infernal magic. And he is dead; his mind may be inaccessible to Archanfel. Can he even be killed? This would be a terrible battle. Does Archanfel have a capacity for horror? *** Captain Britain was mentioned. So here we have a twofer: Sir James "Mad Jim" Jaspers... And the Fury. Jim Jaspers was a British mutant with reality-altering powers on the level of, say, Franklin Richards. If his power hadn't driven him insane he would have been completely unstoppable. Anything he wanted he simply made reality, in the manner we imagine God would. Fortunately his imagination was rather infantile and limited, and his mental faculties noticeably degraded over time. It is possible he would have become completely senile before his power would have reached total fruition. The Fury, on the other hand, is all focus and total direction. The creature, called a 'Cybiote' - apparently a more profound melding of flesh and technology than a cyborg - was made by Jaspers when his mind was still quite clear, and for only one purpose: destroying super-beings. On its world, it had killed all superheroes and supervillains. It has no real free will or much of an imagination, but it's not entirely a robot, either; it operates on roughly the mental level of a not-too-smart dog, so smart enough to hunt and kill, but unburdened by issues like "What is the purpose of my existence" or "Is this really the right thing to do". It also never gives up. Jaspers apparently gave it a small portion of his reality-altering power, allowing it to freely change, adapt and upgrade itself. It can absorb resources and integrate them into itself. Its only real limitation is its limited intellect - it cannot apply complex strategies or tactics, but it's so powerful that usually doesn't matter. Jim Jaspers - the original - died when his entire universe was erased from existence by a higher power, but the Fury had already left by that time, having taught itself to travel across dimensional barriers. It met with another version of Jaspers whose powers were even more developed and they fought; the Fury's programming compelled it to attack him, and in the end found a way to defeat and kill even someone who can alter reality itself by travelling to a place without reality. Archanfel might find himself outmatched.
  8. He looks happy and healthy, that's good.
  9. Be sure that when it returns, it will be on the cover.
  10. Yeah. The post is a reaction to it.
  11. Like many classic villains, the Taskmaster these days is usually just comic relief. But he used to be extremely badass. He was a supervillain, but he rarely involved himself in super-crime... instead he trained henchmen for supervillains. He excels at this, since he has almost literally every skill there is. In a recent mini-series it was revealed who he truly is, or rather once was, and the awful price he pays for his abilities: every time he learns something new, he forgets something else. So while he has the fighting skills of practically all Marvel's best fighters, he no longer knows who he really is. So now, who he really is... is just the Taskmaster.
  12. All those bats... and at the end, Adrian Toomes pops up... and it's Michael Keaton... poetry. Oh, I will be watching this.
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