Monday, September 28, 2009



Slipstream (Davis Cameron) is a fictional character in Marvel Comics universe. He is a superhero associated with the X-Men.
He is a mutant, able to generate a "warp wave" for the purpose of teleportation. He and his sister Lifeguard were briefly members of the squad of X-Men featured in the series X-Treme X-Men.

Slipstream can teleport to any place on earth using warp waves, or portals that he can use to transport himself and large groups to any point he wishes. He is also able to sense the location of whomever he chooses, and the best path to reach them. He has also manifested the ablilty to manipulate space-time and warp reality.

He uses a special 'surfboard' to help him 'ride' the warp waves' teleportational energies.

Personalized Number Plates

Nowadays, car owners can do anything they want for their car. They can decorate their cars the way they want. There are many ways to decorate your car; you can apply colorful paintings or abstract designs on the outer covering of your car, you can change the fabrics and mantles of your car seats, and a whole lot more.
If you want to be unique, then you better start replacing the number plate of your car into a personalized one. Personalized number plates are becoming very popular to everyone. I have heard that in U.K, huge populations of car owners are using personalized number plates for their beloved cars. So if you are also interested, you can visit Northumbria Numbers at and start searching for your desired plate number.

Friday, September 25, 2009



Lifeguard (Heather Cameron) is a comic book character, a superhero in the Marvel Comics universe, associated with the X-Men.
She is a mutant, gaining whatever superhuman abilities are needed in a life-threatening situation. She and her brother Slipstream were briefly members of the segment of X-Men featured in the series X-Treme X-Men.

Heather's mutant power allows her body to react to any threat by transforming or manifesting a power to deal with the situation. In all of her appearances, she has only been shown to use this ability in defense of others. It is as yet unknown if she's able to use this ability for her own protection. She has a moderate level of control over this power and has sometimes been able to trigger it at will, although she has not displayed any control over the transformations or powers she manifests. So far, Heather has only manifested physical changes such as extra arms, armored skin, wings, and a mermaid tail.

In her most recent appearance, she appeared to be locked into her final transformation of gold skin, wings, and claws; still unable to control her powers and possibly unable to transform any further or reverse the change

Monday, September 21, 2009



Stacy X (Miranda Leevald), who was more recently known as Ripcord, is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe, a mutant prostitute who was briefly affiliated with the X-Men and was more recently known as a member of the latest incarnation of the now disbanded New Warriors.

Stacy had snake-like, scaly skin that gave her an unknown degree of durability. She could control other's pheromones through skin contact, producing sensations and physical reactions in anyone she touches. She was able to heal others by speeding up their healing process, and could increase their stamina so that they wouldn't tire easily, giving her teammates rushes of adrenaline.

Stacy is an expert fighter, able to challenge even Wolverine , and defeat him while maintaining an amused attitude. However, this skill appears to be learned and not mutant in nature.

Since joining the New Warriors, as Ripcord, she has been given a special armor which has extensible, super-strong, metal tentacles which extend from her wrists which she can use as weapons. She is also equipped with web shooters, frog springs, and a Slyde suit.

Pearl Necklace
It’s Grandparents day! Have you greeted your Grandma? I haven’t greeted her yet because I’m planning to buy her something. I want to buy her something that will make this occasion special for her. I was planning to buy her a pearl necklace. I failed to buy her a gift on her birthday so I think she deserve to have a special gift.
Fortunately, as I was searching over the internet, I found OrientalPearls. is an online jewelry shop. They are now offering discount packages for their products so it is a perfect time for me to grab this opportunity. I’m sure she will be very happy for it.

Tuesday, September 15, 2009



Xorn is a fictional character published by Marvel Comics.Originally portrayed as a Chinese mutant with a "star for a brain", he is eventually revealed to be the X-Men's archnemesis Magneto in disguise at the climax of Morrison's run. After Magneto is apparently killed in the "Planet X" story arc, he appears alive and well a few months later in 2004's Excalibur Vol. 3 #1, which established that Xorn never was Magneto.

The Xorns possess miniature stars in their brains, each having a primary state. Kuan-Yin's star manifested as a sun, while Shen's star manifests as a black hole, although Shen is able to more or less physically manifest his outside of his body. Kuan-Yin's sun was capable of emitting blinding light that could instantly incinerate another being. Shen's black hole emits an intense gravity field that not even light can escape. The Shen Xorn is capable of reversing his star's natural state. Being twins it's possible that Kuan-Yin could do the same thing too.

The Xorns can also feel the movement of energy and emotion on many scales. They possess gravitational senses that allow them to manipulate energy for a variety of purposes, including warping of gravitational fields, sensing when a death has occurred in their vicinity, shaking gravitational particles in the air around them to allow them to speak other languages, and to heal others. Given the nature of their mutant abilities, the Xorns do not need to breathe, nor do they require food or water to survive.

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Wednesday, September 9, 2009



Jonothon "Jono" Evan Starsmore, better known as Decibel or Chamber, is a fictional character, a Marvel Comics superhero associated with the X-Men and the New Warriors.
A British mutant, Jono possessed the ability to cast energy blasts from his chest. He had limited control of his power and destroyed much of his chest and lower face when his powers emerged. Recently, he lost his powers on 'M Day' and now uses technology to give himself sonic based abilities.
Jono was a member of the X-Men’s junior team Generation X, although he was sullen and moody and had difficulty bonding with teammates. He was briefly a member of the X-Men as well.

Previously, Jono possessed a vast furnace of psionic energy in his chest and mouth. He was able to concentrate these energies as concussive blasts of energy or focus to the size and strength of a laser. Although these powers removed otherwise vital parts of his body, Jono's powers have compensated for this loss: he possesses limited telepathic abilities which allow him to communicate on a limited scale, and has no need to eat or even breathe. On one occasion in Generation X Annual '97, Jono blew up—and was able to reconstitute—his entire body by sheer force of will, including repairing his damaged body. However the results did not last as his powers were too much for his body to contain. This has led to the suggestion that his physical form was nothing more than a shell to use as a furnace of pure psychic energy. At one point, fellow Generation X member Synch used his own "synching" ability to tap into and copy Jono's powers and flew. Jonothon himself had never exhibited this ability before or since.

Due to the events of House of M, Jono had been depowered. After the events of his kidnap by Clan Akaba, being infused with the blood of his ancestor, Apocalypse, Jono has been stated by Pete Wisdom as possibly being an omega-level mutant.

As Decibel, he uses technology to mimic sonic powers. Using these powers he is able to fly, create sonic blasts, and create force fields around himself and others.

Friday, September 4, 2009



Sage, also known as Tessa, is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe. She has most often been associated with the X-Men and the Hellfire Club, whom she spied upon for Professor Charles Xavier.

A mutant, Sage possesses a number of mental abilities and was originally presented as the personal assistant to the Hellfire Club’s Sebastian Shaw, but an extended retcon revealed that she had been one of the first mutants Professor Xavier discovered (Sage says that this was about the same time as he located Beast , but in other accounts he found Sage first). Instead of being chosen for the first X-Men class, she was sent to spy on the Hellfire Club, something that has haunted her in the years since.

She has been a member of the original X-Men teams, the X-Treme X-Men, and more recently a member of the latest incarnation of Excalibur and the Exiles.

Sage's main mutant power is the ability to sense the mutant potential in others, activate it under the proper circumstances, and to advance existing mutants into the next level of their power.
Her mutation also grants a computer mind—in addition to possessing a perfect memory, she can process data much faster than even the fastest of computers—whatever she sees, she remembers. Whatever she remembers, can be recalled in an instant, with perfect clarity, and analyzed with greater speed and accuracy than computers. She uses these "computer-like" abilities in order to analyze and catalogue a latent mutant's or mutant's DNA, necessary for concluding the proper modifications before she jumpstarts them. She also uses this ability to analyze combat situations, her general environment and the behavior of others.

Sage multitasks on a superhuman level and it is implied she is constantly tackling many mental obstacles at once. In X-Men Unlimited vol. 2 #1 (April 2004), Sage battles an opponent, reviews previous battle footage from memory, and plays an Internet game of chess simultaneously, with little or no effort at all.
Sage is a telepath, however for a long period of time she had "shut them down" because the thoughts and emotions she had received telepathically from the people surrounding her had distracted her concentration. Sage also feared being open to psionic communication would make her vulnerable to the mental domination of Elias Bogan. Given that Sage's mental shields require that concentration and focus of mind, she made the decision to forfeit the use of her telepathy. Following her joining the Exiles, Sage's telepathic abilities have emerged due to her struggle with Roma's memories and Diana Fox. Sage's telepathy allows her to read minds, broadcast thoughts, fire mind-blasts, and other similar abilities.

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