Tuesday, August 30, 2011


Spider-Man is the flagship character, as well as the most popular superhero, from Marvel Comics. Spider-Man was originally just an ordinary teenager in high school named Peter Parker who lived with his Uncle Ben and Aunt May, due to the fact that his parents were killed when Peter was young. He was very smart, however, he was also very physically weak, and was often made fun of by many of his fellow students. One day, Peter's life changed forever when he went to a public exhibition of the handling of nuclear waste. A spider was caught in the radiation, and Peter was bitten by it. Peter discovered he had spider powers, including enhanced strength, enhanced agility, and the ability to cling to walls. Peter decided to use his powers to win a cash prize for staying in the ring with a professional wrestler for three minutes. In order to prevent embarrassment if he lost, he decided to wear a mask to disguise himself. He easily defeated the wrestler, and a TV producer convinced him to go on television. Designing a full costume, and building himself a pair of Web Shooters, that, as the name implies, shoot web. Peter decided to call himself Spider-Man, and became an immediate sensation. After his first appearance on television, Peter didn't stop a thief, believing that it wasn't his problem. Peter's fame rose, but he returned home one night to find that his Uncle Ben had been murdered. Seeking revenge, he easily caught his Uncle Ben's murderer, only to discover that it was the same thief that he could have stopped earlier. Feeling guilty for Ben's murder, Peter decided to use his powers to fight crime, and officially became Spider-Man. That night, he remembered what his uncle always told him: With great power, there must also come great responsibility. Since his crime-fighting career began, Spidey has fought many villains, including Doctor Octopus, the Green Goblin, and Venom. Despite being a superhero, Spider-Man gained some critics, the most notable being J Jonah Jameson.

Before he was bitten by the radioactive spider, Peter Parker was a spineless, underwhelming, cowardly nerd who had unconditional respect for his Uncle Ben and Aunt May. Arrogant at first after recieving his spider powers, Peter obtained a heroic and self-sacrificing outlook on life after his Uncle Ben died at the hands of a criminal Peter could have stopped. With his uncle's words on "Great Power & Great Responsibility" in mind, Peter fights as Spider-man for justice and peace. As Spider-Man (and later on Peter in general), he regularly cracks jokes about, and banters with, enemies and allies alike. He sees situations with as much confidence, and as light a heart, as possible, and as a thrill seeker, loves to play around and show off for the enjoyment of it.
Spider-Man is also an adaptable super genius, allowing for his use of wit and smarts to overwhelm his opponents and gain advantages in battle. This also comically allows for his nerdy tendencies. Spider-Man will always lend a helping hand to anyone in dire need, despite being a wisecracking and sarcastic free spirit; he hates injustice and will take action against it at the slightest turn of events.
Combo starter: Spider-Man is perfect for those who want a fast combo striker; his web swing can be used to both close distances and when you string together his punches for extra pressure. Spidey is also strong on mobility; as of MvC3, he can now Web Swing, air dash, and Web Zip during a single jump to out-zip his foes, giving him some match-control ability.

Monday, August 29, 2011


SonSon III is a little monkey girl who is the grand daughter of a character named SonSon, who starred in an old Capcom game with the same name. In the game, she tries to find out why her village was struck by an unknown illness. Sonson and her father are both based on Sun Wukong, the main character of the Chinese novel Journey to the West. Several of her attacks are derived from the series, such as the size-changing bo staff, Wukong's ability to replicate himself using the hairs of his body, or Sonson trying to cook her opponent in the Shinka Hakke Jin and turn them into sake.

Sonson turns into an Oozaru (Great Ape/Monkey) which you can control with the joystick and buttons. This lasts for 4 seconds with Super Armor. Pressing Kick makes you breathe fire and while you're doing so you can aim it up or down with the joystick. Punch buttons do various punch attacks. Great move that inflicts a lot of damage even if your opponent is blocking. Based off of the Oozaru in Japanese folklore, and the move name refers to another popular moniker of Sun Wukong/Son Goku and is the most popular nickname. Though Sonson is a girl despite the name.

Sunday, August 28, 2011


Silver Samurai has an absurd range on many of his attacks, with him being Marvel's main poking character. He can easily fend away many of his opponents' moves with his s.mk, c.lk and many more, albeit even in different situtations(c.hp for an anti air, etc). He also can upgrade his katana with elemental properties to give himself somewhat of an advantage, but at a cost(in MVC2)change his stats drastically(e.g: attack, defense, function on moves, etc.)making him one of the most complex characters in MVC2.

The samurai is only limited to two specials, but his Hyper Combos are damaging. But his Shuriken special(qcf + P)is considered to be one of the game's best projectiles, being able to control its flight trajectory and with it being able to inflict solid amounts of chip damage. His Raimeiken(qcf + PP) can easily lend to massive amounts of damage, and he sports good air combos and a high defense, so there's a good tiny space for minor penalties.

But his massive weakness is his lack of 'awesome' approach, S.S. needs to be close in order to be effective due to being slow, and is a hard-to-master character that's easy to pick up and is rather fairly strong for one. His c.hp launcher is also hard to ultilize, seeing that it launches his opponent at a slight angle rather that straight up. His Raimeiken is also ineffective at far range and is often used for anti air situtations. The Chou Shuriken(qcb + PP) is his only hope of a far-ranged hyper, and it can be a reliable one. Also, Silver Samurai has notable lag on most of his moves(s.mp, s.hpx2, and s.hk) and like Hayato before him, must be forced to cancel into a quick move(e.g: Shuriken) most of the time.

Silver Samurai's Touki(qcb + P for thunder, qcb + lk for ice, qcb + hk for fire) makes much of his gameplay akward and changes the effect on his Shuriken depending on which one is used, they might fly faster with less hits or the other way around. Also, activating the Touki: Fire gives Silver Samurai one of the lowest defenses in the game, so he must be careful about which Touki he activates. Thunder still gives him the Raimeiken, though ice gives him the Hyouga Ken and fire gives out Homura Ken(both have the same command as Raimeiken). The Hyouga Ken is stated to be one of the samurai's best source of combos, since it freezes the opponent and the attack window lasts for a long time, creating mindgame potential.

His assist is average overall, but his beta assist is said to be the best one, he is also one of the only characters to have a hyper that is only in a crossover combination. (ex: Spiral, Zangief, etc.)

Overall, he is one of the characters from old game(s) who has changed alot, making him far more harder to understand and at the same time more easier to pick up ever since X-Men: COTA.

Saturday, August 27, 2011


Shuma-Gorath is a character that appears in Marvel Super Heroes, Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter, Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes, and Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds as part of the first DLC pack.

Although his true origins are unknown, before the arrival of the First Host of the Celestials, Shuma-Gorath ruled the Earth and commanded human sacrifice, until the time-traveling sorcerer Sise-Neg banished him. He managed to return and set himself up as a god during the Hyborian Age, again commanding bloody sacrifice, but slaughtered those who sought his favor. Eventually, the power of Crom imprisoned him within a mountain. Even from that prison, he could interact with Conan the Barbarian, Kulan Gath, and many others, before Crom banished him back to his home dimension.

When Shuma-Gorath tried to return to Earth through the mind of the Ancient One, he forced Doctor Strange to kill his master to prevent the powerful creature from arriving on Earth. Years later, Strange was forced to destroy the talismans keeping the chaos demons at bay, to keep them from falling into the hands of an evil sorcerer. Strange was then forced to travel to Shuma-Gorath's dimension and fight it there to prevent the demons from invading Earth. To do so, Strange had to absorb the chaos magic into himself, gaining enough power to destroy Shuma-Gorath. However, he started to transform into a new Shuma-Gorath himself as a result, so he committed suicide to prevent that from happening. Fortunately, an ally of Strange was able to purify him on his way back to the living. Shuma-Gorath resurrected himself not long after from the remnants of chaos magic.

Shuma-Gorath's MvC3 ending involves him becoming the unlikely savior of the Earth. He accepts the fact that humanity now looks up to him, and he ends up becoming the host of his own Japanese game show, the Super Monster Awesome Hour. He still seems to look down upon humans, though, calling them "vile fleshling scum."
Shuma-Gorath is a powerful and ancient demon of the highest order and possesses vast supernatural powers. He has superhuman strength and endurance which, being magical in nature, are incalculably high (the upper limits of his strength and endurance are unknown). Among his many (mostly-uncatalogued) mystical powers are the ability to communicate with and control others across dimensional barriers, to create and direct powerful blasts of mystical energy, and to affect transmutations on a planetary scale. He can also teleport and phase at will; he can also levitate. He can enter and leave different planes of existence and dimensions at will and has reality warping powers. He can also summon demons and other supernatural creatures to do his bidding. His intelligence is nearly immeasurable, approaching omniscience.

Friday, August 26, 2011


She-Hulk, a.k.a. Jennifer Walters, is a Marvel Comics superheroine from the 'Incredible Hulk' franchise. Jennifer Susan Walters, the cousin of Bruce Banner (Hulk), is the small and somewhat shy daughter of Los Angeles County Sheriff William Morris Walters and Elaine Walters. Operatives of Nicholas Trask, a Mafia crime boss who had crossed paths with her father, shot and seriously wounded her on a day that Bruce Banner happened to be in town for a visit. Since no other donors with her blood type were available, Banner provided his own blood for a transfusion; as they already shared the same blood type and DNA, his radioactive blood, combined with her anger transformed Jennifer into the green-skinned She-Hulk when the mobsters tried to finish her off at the hospital.
In the Episode 4 trailer of Marvel vs. Capcom 3, She-Hulk is seen on the Helicarrier with Spider-Man, Chun-Li, Zero and Spencer. She's tossing away one of Galactus' warships that Spider-Man crash-landed on the Helicarrier.

As She-Hulk, Walters is exponentially stronger than she is in her Jennifer Walters form; therefore any extra strength gained as Jennifer Walters through intense physical training will be amplified, making her She-Hulk form even stronger. After being defeated by the Champion of the Universe, She-Hulk exercised for several months in her Jennifer Walters form, resulting in a significant gain in strength and muscular mass in her She-Hulk form and allowing her to soundly defeat the Champion in a rematch. At this time she was able to effortlessly sustain the Thing's maximum weight with a single arm, while her strength was greatly restrained by a "Jupiter suit," and she was shown as considerably stronger than Hercules. Her base strength level has since receded.
She-Hulk is a physical powerhouse who excels in close combat. She has the second highest stamina of all the female characters in the game and among the higest overall, surpassed only slightly by Sentinel, Thor, Hulk Haggar and Tron Bonne.

Plumbing Problems

How do you deal with blocked drain? How do you detect if your drain is blocked on the first place? Blocked drain is obviously one of the most annoying and disgusting issues that every household could face. If you keep on encountering the same problem repeatedly, then something is wrong with your drainage system and you should seek for immediate action for it.
Never ignore the issue or else you will regret how worst the situation can lead to which may cost you big time and will definitely ruin your budget.
If there's a problem in your plumbing system, then call for an expert Plumber. Make sure that the Plumber that you hire came from a well trusted company. Choosing for a right Plumber should be taken seriously and as much as possible you should aim for a long term relationship with them. Keep in mind that these plumbing problems will occur over and over again so chances are, you have to call for another plumbing service to repair it so it is much better if you have someone that you can consider as your family Plumber.
You can check some reputable companies online too.
If in case you're looking for an expert Plumbing service in Portland Oregon, you can visit Sarkinen Plumbing at http://www.sarkinenplumbing.com/. The copany is known for providing excellent plumbing service. Check their site and see how you can reach them.

Thursday, August 25, 2011


Servbot (Kobun in Japan, which roughly means "little follower") are a series of characters from the Mega Man Legends series. They are not a single character but one of a group of 41 small, indestructible robots made by the air pirate Tron Bonne to do her bidding. Each Servbot has its own ability from cooking to cleaning to battle, and they do various chores on board the Bonne family airship the Gesellschaft. They first appear in Mega Man Legends as an enemy of sorts which Tron sends to rob banks and cause a general commotion. However, by Mega Man Legends 2, the Servbots begin to treat Mega Man more kindly (though still antagonistically), thanks in part to their mother's crush on Mega Man.
Servbots are cutesy little robots created by Tron to do her bidding. They behave like children and love and adore Tron like a mother, however strict she may be with them. There are forty-one Servbots in all and assist Tron and the rest of the Bonne family in everything from fighting to chores. Despite their small size, they can be quite powerful fighters and are vital to the Bonnes success as pirates. Servbots also love to eat spaghetti, curry, and drink coffee.

Servbots accompany Tron in Marvel vs. Capcom 2 as well as Marvel vs. Capcom 3 in several of her special moves, including her Hyper Combos King Servbot and Lunch Rush. As an individual selectable character, he is incredibly hard to hit due to his diminutive size, and some attacks will miss him completely. A good example is Venom's Venom Web and most of Abyss' second form's moves, which Servbot is immune to. As such, Servbot is considered the smallest unmodified character to ever appear in a fighting game. A few of his Hyper Combos are also moderately powerful. The Servbot also has the lowest offense and defense of any other character in Marvel vs. Capcom 2 and can be defeated quite easily. Servbots can also be seen exrensively in the background of Tron Bonnes Stage in Marvel vs Capcom 3.

Wednesday, August 24, 2011


Sentinels are a variety of mutant-hunting robots, appearing in the Marvel Comics universe. A Sentinel appears in X-Men: Children of the Atom, Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes and Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds. The Sentinels were invented by Dr. Bolivar Trask after he found that his own son had developed mutant powers. After being unable to suppress his son's growing mutant powers, Trask studied the nature of powerful mutations and came to the conclusion that mutants would eventually supplant normal humans as Earth's dominant race if no action was taken to control them. Soon after, Trask and a team of scientists developed the first Sentinel prototypes in a secret laboratory, intending to use them to capture and destroy America's mutants in an ambush. However, Trask realised that not all mutants were hostile to humans, and helped the X-Men to destroy his Sentinel manufacturing facility. Though Sentinels are commonly seen as autonomous robots, some manned models have been developed, with the Sentinel's chest area housing a cockpit for the pilot. In addition, the anti-mutant protocols developed for autonomous Sentinels require them to protect humans from mutants, though their combat programming gives Sentinels a high degree of leeway as to how they do this. Thus, massive collateral damage is often the norm when Sentinels are deployed to capture or kill mutants.

In Sentinel's MvC3 ending, the unit that defeated Galactus begins to disseminate battle data and an unknown energy source, gathered from from Galactus after his defeat, amongst other Sentinels. This improves all Sentinels' combat performance by 250%

A group of Sentinels are then seen alerting the Master Mold about their victories over various groups, mentioning reports listing slain targets under categories like Mavericks, Mutants, Street Fighters, Darkstalkers, and even Divine Beings. They then mention they are preparing to exterminate a portion of the human race, possibly to prevent any mutant or supernatural potential from ever resurfacing in humanity again.

Tuesday, August 23, 2011


Sakura Kasugano is a video game character in the Street Fighter series of fighting games. She is a 16-year-old (as of Street Fighter Alpha 3) Japanese schoolgirl who has an intense fascination with Ryu. She has managed to copy and learn some of Ryu's techniques, but really wants him to train her personally.

Sakura typically fights in her school's uniform, a short-skirted sailor fuku (seifuku) with the collar popped and red bloomers underneath. She wears a red top under her uniform, sparring gloves, and a white headband.

Sakura was not one of the initial Street Fighters pulled into the Marvel Universe, but she did arrive for the second event during Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter. Sakura, having not yet fully mastered her own style of fighting, felt the most disoriented as a result of being in a different universe, and found that her fighting abilities were slightly altered. She was unable to control the direction of her Hadoukens and found them launching up towards the sky. However, she was excited to find that she could throw them in mid-air down towards the ground. But that was not the end of the oddities that Sakura encountered.

Sakura fights in an emulation of Ryu's fighting style. She can successfully manipulate ki and is subsequently able to perform the "Hadouken" energy attack (however, due to her lack of training, she cannot throw it the full length of the arena like Ken or Ryu can). Unlike Ryu and other practitioners of the same art, she can control the size of her Hadouken and throw larger Hadoukens that sacrifice range and execution speed for size (up to 3 times larger). In the Marvel vs. Capcom series, she throws her Hadoukens diagonally upwards, though her "Hiyakeshita" (literally "Sunburned") version still throws them horizontally). In Capcom vs. SNK 2, she is given an energy spark instead of a traditional projectile (called the "Hadoushou") that hits 3 times but is limited to the area in front of her hands. Her other attacks include "Shunpuu Kyaku", a short version of the "Tatsumaki Senpuu Kyaku" attack (instead of sailing through the air, Sakura's version rises then falls in an arcing pattern and traditionally only goes about 60% of the screen at its longest range) and "Shououken", a version of the "Shoryuken" that sees her running before executing the attack (weak version is very similar to a normal Shoryuken, but with an extended delay; when performed with the Fierce punch button, the attack can hit 6 times as she is running toward her opponent). Her super attacks include her own interpretations of the "Shinkuu-Hadoken" (the Shinkuu-Hadoken, like her regular projectile, will not cover the full length of the screen) and "Shoryu-Reppa" ("Midare Zakura"). Her third super attack is a ground based spinning leg attack (called the "Haru Ichiban", literally translated as "first one of the spring") that ends with a side kick that knocks her opponent away. In the Marvel vs. Capcom series (under her "Hiyakeshita Sakura" version), the Street Fighter EX series and Rival Schools she also gains the Shun Goku Satsu and marvel vs capcom. Sakura is able to launch her hadouken in air but bigger and multiable bigger hadouken and her shinnku hadouken is similar to ryu when she is in dark form this gameplay is in marvel vs capcom series

Selling Precious Commodities

If you have precious metals or commodities that are made of gold or silver and you are planning to sell them, then make sure that you will be dealing with a well trusted company. Keep in mind that you are selling gold and silver here and we all now how expensive they are, so to avoid from being tricked, then better choose the company wisely and carefully.
Thanks to the modern advancement of technology, we can now browse or search those companies that buy or sell gold online. There are so many companies or firms out there that are legal in this kind of business. Now the challenge here is to find which companies will offer a much better deal.
Good thing we have Internet because it will not be such a hassle for us to compare the rate of each companies. The gold prices and the value of the coins tend to change periodically, depending on the market and economy so I suggest that you study the gold rates thoroughly.
Keep in mind that the price of gold coins, or any precious metals of commodities you have depends on its quality and grade and that is something you should be aware. Before you sell your gold, make sure you know it's quality and its value. You should know how many karat it has so that at least, you can identify if the prices offered to you by that company is appropriate to the value of your property.
If you guys are planning to sell your precious commodities, then you should check The Silver and Gold Exchange. I've heard that they can pay you up to six times more than other competitors. Better check their official web page at http://www.silverandgoldexchange.com/

Monday, August 22, 2011


Sabretooth (Victor Creed) is a fictional character, a Marvel Comics supervillain created by writer Chris Claremont and artist/co-writer John Byrne. The character first appeared in Iron Fist #14. Originally portrayed as a non-powered serial killer, Sabretooth is later written as a mutant who possesses bestial superhuman abilities, most notably a rapid healing factor, razor-sharp fangs and claws, and superhuman senses. He is a vicious assassin responsible for numerous deaths both as a paid mercenary and for his personal pleasure. The character Wolverine] is depicted as his long-time enemy, although conflicting accounts have been given as to the origin of their feud. It is also known that he and Sabretooth were victims of the Cold War supersoldier program Weapon X, and that Sabretooth saw Wolverine as competition and tried to make his life miserable. While Wolverine is depicted as suppressing his more savage qualities, Sabretooth does the opposite and embraces them.

Sabretooth's primary mutant power was an accelerated healing process that enabled him to regenerate damaged or destroyed areas of his anatomy with far greater efficiency than an ordinary human. Originally, the speed of Sabretooth's healing factor's was in proportion to the wound's severity; for example, he could fully recover from an ordinary gunshot wound within minutes or injuries as severe as a broken back and severed spine within days. However, Sabretooth's healing ability was dramatically increased in recent years due to various augmentation procedures. Sabretooth could fully heal from injuries that result in massive tissue damage or loss such as multiple gunshot wounds, slashes, puncture wounds, blunt force trauma, and severe burns within a matter of moments.

Sunday, August 21, 2011


Ryu is a video game character created by Capcom, and is the main character in the Street Fighter series. Ryu is the archetypal fighting game protagonist, and he has provided the basis for many other fighting game characters. Ryu was an orphaned child, with no knowledge of who his parents were or if they are still alive. When he was a young child, he was adopted by a man named Gouken and began living with him as well as learning a martial art rooted as an assassination art. When Ryu was about 23 years old, Gouken thought that he was ready to travel the world in order to test his skills against the best fighters in the world. With this, Ryu left Gouken and Ken, and headed to fight in the first World Warrior tournament.

Ryu is the quintessential "basic" character in fighting games with an intuitive array of punches and kicks, and very basic special moves. Unfortunately, he is a rather predictable character because of being very popular, and many pro-players know much of his tactics, that doesn't mean that he's considered ineffective because of this. Ryu is an extremely balanced character who can still put up a good fight and has one of the best assists in the Vs. series(Hadouken), especially in TvC, where his Hadouken is godly in extending combos.
It's assumed that Ryu's rival is currently Wolverine. Both are fierce veterans in the game series, often being many fans' #1 character picks, and both are portrayed as warriors with an honor code, a dark side, and the will and determination to fight against all odds. Both have also spent time living and training in Japan, for many years at a time. Furthermore, they are both iconic characters for their respective franchises, both specific (X-Men and Street Fighter) and general (Marvel and Capcom), so the pair seems ultimately justifiable.

Saturday, August 20, 2011


Ruby Heart is the protagonist of the game MvC2.

She is a French-speaking pirate who owns the flying ship that is responsible for carrying the Marvel and Capcom heroes into battle. Ruby Heart is looking for the mysterious orb that the final boss Abyss possesses. Once Ruby Heart finally obtains the orb, she doesn't seem very pleased with it, and throws it into the ocean.

It's long been rumored that she was / will be in the next DarkStalker game (if they make a new one), since she was originally planned to be made into a new DarkStalker character by Capcom.

Friday, August 19, 2011


Roll is a kind-hearted and hardworking female robot designed for housekeeping instead of fighting. She's the younger counterpart of Mega Man, and plays a supporting role in the games. Roll first appears very briefly during the ending of the very first game of the series. Because so, her name was never mentioned until Mega Man 3, where her entry in Dr. Light's robot list is shown during the ending.

While she was not designed for fighting, she is a combatant in the fighting games, Marvel VS Capcom and Marvel VS Capcom 2, altought she can be considered somewhat of a "Joke Character", like Dan (but far more powerful if you compare Dan to Ryu and Roll to Megaman). In those games, she proves that she has about the same fighting qualities of her brother Mega Man, only much weaker and softer. In these games, she possesses an external shooting deviced named "Roll Buster". Her design is based on her appearance in Megaman 8/& Bass/Battle & Chase, where she look slightly older and feminine compared to the previous games, and wears a different dress.

She is also a playable character in Mega Man Powered Up, the Mega Man remake, as a different sort of "joke character", where she uses a broom as a default weapon with her skill, the Roll Swing, which she uses to swing a close range weapon. Roll can be played in several unlockable outfits, each with its own variation of the broom weapon.

Her most recent appearance was in Tatsunoko VS Capcom. But her moveset has now changed, with her carrying a broom and having her own specials and hypers rather than copying Megaman. Roll is the smallest character in Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes and the second in Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes, with Servbot having the smallest sprite in the game.

Thursday, August 18, 2011


Rogue (Anna Marie Raven) is a member of the X-Men. More than most mutants, Rogue considers her powers a curse. She involuntarily absorbs the memories, physical strength, and, in the case of super-powered persons, abilities of anyone she touches. This prevents her from making physical contact with others, including her longtime on-and-off again love interest Gambit. Hailing from Mississippi, she is the X-Men's self-described southern belle. A runaway, she was adopted by Mystique of the Brotherhood of Mutants but turned to the X-Men when the aftereffects of her repeated use of her mutant power - particularly the permanent absorption of Ms. Marvel's psyche and Kree powers - threatened her sanity.

Rogue's mutant ability allows her to absorb the essence of anyone she touches through skin to skin contact. This includes their personality, memories, and often their physical characteristics. In the case of super-powered individuals, she also absorbs any extra abilities they might possess. This transfer is usually temporary, lasting for a period of time relative to how long contact is maintained; however if Rogue holds on to her victim for too long, the transfer may become permanent, leaving the victim dead. As a young woman Rogue permanently absorbed the many powers and psyche of Ms. Marvel (Carol Danvers): Superhuman strength, superhuman durability to most forms of physical harm, flight, precognitive seventh sense, and resistance to telepathy. She has also absorbed Sunfire's power of solar absorbtion seemingly permanently. Over the course of time and after various events, Rogue was left with only her original power, and recently with the aid of Professor Xavier, she has finally gained full control over it.

Wednesday, August 17, 2011


Centuries ago, a group of alien humanoids settled the largest planet in the Keystone Quadrant star system. They built a complex to house and treat the insane, recording their medical observations in a psychiatric diary. When their funding was cut, they abandoned the project, but not before they created a staff of robots to provide for the humanoids. They then separated the quadrant from the rest of the galaxy with an impenetrable force field. When a nearby star went nova, ensuing radiation gave sentience to the robots, who quickly chafed at the illogic of the humanoids, or "Loonies." Seeking to end their servitude, the robots used genetic engineering to give intelligence and awareness to the animals that had been left as companions for the patients. They charged the animals with the patients' care and protection, then relocated to the far side of the planet, which they proceeded to strip bare through industrial endeavors, one of which was construction of a vast, humanoid spacecraft called Ship. The half-industrial, half-verdant planet became known as "Halfworld."

Rocket possesses the same enhanced abilities attributed to Earth raccoons, including an acute sense of smell and sharp eyesight. Being a raccoon many of Rocket's senses are heightened to levels well above human. Able to see much better than the average human and extremely well adapted to near dark conditions. His enhanced sense of smell allows him to detect subtle changes in scents around him enabling him to detect the approach of others and increasing his ability to operate in darkness. With his broad auditory range, he can perceive tones outside the range of the human ear as well as subtle sounds caused by vibrations on the ground. His hyper sensitive paws allow him to identify objects before touching them with vibrissae located above his claws.
His rival appears to be Nemesis, as both are mutated creatures that are experienced with firearms. Rocket Raccoon is also very small, contrasting with the giant size of Nemesis. Both also have some connection with raccoons, with Rocket Raccoon being a raccoon, and Nemesis was involved in the Raccoon City Incident.

Tuesday, August 16, 2011


Psylocke is a character that appears in Marvel Super Heroes and Marvel Vs. Capcom 2, and also appears in the first Marvel Vs. Capcom as a helper character.

Psylocke was born Elisabeth Glorianna "Betsy" Braddock and raised in England. Born in the small town of Maldon, Essex, Betsy and her brothers had a very privileged life. She is the twin sister of Brian Braddock, better known as the superhero Captain Britain. She eventually came to join the X-Men and learn how to better use her powers after being rescued from Spiral and the Mojo World by The New Mutants. Some time later, in a desperate attempt to save her teammates from being murders by the Reavers, she activated the Siege Perilous portal, given to the X-Men by Roma as a last resort. Beings who entered the portal were cosmically judged and reborn into another life, given a "clean slate".

After emerging from the Siege Perilous, Psylocke was found by the Hand, a ninja clan. Their leader, Matsu'o Tsurayaba, had contacted Spiral in order to save the life of his brain-damaged lover, Kwannon. Spiral informed Matsu'o that Psylocke's telepathy could restore Kwannon, and Matsu'o accepted. With some physical and mental conditioning, Psylocke (inhabiting Kwannon's body) became the Hand's prime assassin, taking the name Lady Mandarin. She gained highly remarkable fighting skills and learned to focus her telepathic power into a "psychic knife" which appeared as a dagger of energy projecting outward from her fist. Lady Mandarin's first mission pitted her against Wolverine. Betsy's psychic knife attack revealed Wolverine's memories of who she used to be and allowed her to break free from the Hand's conditioning. Psylocke rejected her role as Lady Mandarin and escaped with Wolverine and Jubilee.

Much later, in an attempt to save Tabitha Smith from Sabretooth (Victor Creed) who had been living at the Mansion while pretending to be mentally handicapped, Psylocke engaged the homicidal mutant in battle. Although a deadly martial artist, she was no physical match for Sabretooth. Finally realizing she had no other choice, she attacked him with her psychic knife. Unfortunately, Creed had been stabbed in the head by Wolverine, losing the part of his brain affected by psionic attacks and her knife had no effect on him. She was already exhausted from their battle and could not manage to fight back, and was consequently mauled by Sabretooth. In a bid to save her life, Archangel and Wolverine went with Doctor Strange into the Crimson Dawn to retrieve a magical liquid that could heal her. The mission was successful, although the healing liquid produced side effects: a red dagger-shaped tattoo appeared over Psylocke's left eye, she gained the ability to hide in and teleport through shadows, and her personality took on a cold edge.

Monday, August 15, 2011


Phoenix Wright from the Ace Attorney games is a character confirmed to be in Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3. In his childhood, he made friends with Larry Butz and Miles Edgeworth. At the start of the series, he has recently acquired his attorney badge. While studying to become a defense lawyer, he was defended by Mia Fey and subsequently worked at her Fey and Co. Law office. He took over the office and renamed it Wright and Co. after she was murdered in the second case of the first Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney game. The fourth Ace Attorney game, Apollo Justice, is set seven years after a case where Wright is incriminated for falsifying evidence and loses his defense attorney's badge.

Wright first decided to become a defense attorney in his school days when he was falsely accused of stealing his classmate Miles Edgeworth's lunch money, and the class held a mock trial. In that moment when he felt alone, he decided that he wanted to become a defense attorney so that he could help people like himself who at that time had nobody to defend or believe them.

Sunday, August 14, 2011


Jean Grey was the younger daughter of Professor John Grey of the History Department of Bard College in Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, and his wife Elaine. When Jean was 10 years old, she was playing with her best friend, Annie Richardson, when Annie was hit by an automobile. The emotion that Jean felt as she held her dying friend awakened her own latent telepathic powers, and she experienced Annie's own emotions as she died. This traumatic event left Jean in a withdrawn and deeply depressed state. Moreover, Jean discovered that she couldn't control her newly awakened telepathic abilites, and had to isolate herself from other people to keep hold of her sanity.

Phoenix is physically deceased in the current comic book continuity. In the Age of X series which was issued in January 2011, a powerful psion who bore a striking resemblace to Jean named Revenant appeared, however it was revealed that this was not Jean, but her daughter, Rachel. It was heavily implied that Jean has been reborn as Hope Summers, the 'Mutant Messiah' from X-Men: Messiah Complex and X-Men: Second Coming, but it was later refused by Nick Lowe who said that "Hope is not Jean Grey. Jean Grey is dead." Anyway, Jean showed herself many times in the comics since her death, as her status remains "unknow", since her essence is alive in the White Hot Room finding all the Phoenix pieces that are lost, so she can return to live.

In one of the opening movie, Phoenix appears at the last second where the villains (Doctor Doom, Super Skrull, Dormammu, Magneto, and Galactus whose shadow appears from the smoke) combine their powers and attack Ryu all at once. Phoenix saves him at the last second, using her telekinesis to block the attacks. She then uses her Healing Field in a large form to restore the strength of all the other heroes, and flies forward with Phoenix Rage, facing the villains on her own.

Saturday, August 13, 2011


Onslaught is a character in the Marvel's X-Men comics. He appears in Marvel Vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes as the game's antagonist.

Onslaught is a supervillain who first fully appeared in X-Men (vol. 2) #53 (June 1996). Although his nature was initially unclear, Onslaught was a composite lifeform made up of Professor Xavier's repressed mental characteristics and influenced by psychic contact with Magneto. Using Xavier’s vast psionic powers and Magneto’s control over the electromagnetic spectrum, he transmuted himself into the physical world and was defeated only through the combined efforts of the entire Marvel superhero community.

"Onslaught" is also a shorthand for the Onslaught Saga, which began shortly before Onslaught: X-Men, ended in Onslaught: Marvel Universe, and led directly into the Heroes Reborn collection of series. The actual beginning of the saga is hard to determine, due to a great deal of foreshadowing and preluding. The story itself was divided into two categories; Phase (comics that tied in directly with the battle against Onslaught), and Impact (comics that were affected by Onslaught, but not tying directly into the struggle against him).

Onslaught has appeared as the final boss in Marvel vs. Capcom. In that version of the story, Xavier subconsciously used Onslaught's power to call heroes from another universe to help the Marvel super heroes battle him. At the end of the game, the player faced Onslaught in the two forms seen in the comics. In two endings to the game, Jin Saotome (in his own ending) and Captain America (in Hulk's ending) sacrifice themselves to defeat Onslaught (who had become the mass of pure energy in said endings). Onslaught is infamous for being one of the most difficult bosses in fighting games, and is considered to be the hardest boss in the series. His attacks deal a high amount of damage, and some are nearly unavoidable. It is recommended that players use short characters (such as Mega Man) and time their movements accordingly when fighting against him.

Friday, August 12, 2011

Owning a Classic Car

Well let say you earn millions a month or you won a lottery, giving you a chance to become an instant millionaire, will you ever consider buying a classic or vintage car? Surprisingly, classic car collection is pretty in demand today.
Ironically, these cars, despite of being old are being collected mostly for display purposes though many owner still using that car despite of the fact that most spare parts of vintage cars are hard to be found. It's pretty hard to restore them too, maintenance is probably highly expensive. Yet for others, it is such a rewarding experience to own such car.
We know their value and we know how expensive their are. Just thinking of the digits, it gives me headache. A single vintage car may cost millions so what's more with the vintage car collection right?
Anyway, if you owned a vintage car, better take it to a shop that is specializing to such kind of service. Taking it to an ordinary auto repair shop could be a little risky.
Chaz Auto is a an Auto Repair that is located in Oregon and they are specializing with the vintage or classic car restoration.
They got the latest technology for your oldest car. They have been in the industry for more than a decade and the quality of their service is simply incomparable.
If you are interested, you can check their official web page at http://www.chazauto.net/ and see what else they have to offer.

What Is RRR

Are you familiar with the so called "RRR?" Okay, don't get me wrong, I am not referring to the environmental awareness thing or most commonly referred to us as the Reuse Reduce Recycle. There's actually one more RRR thing and that's in the field of Auto Repair. Instead of the "Reuse Reduce Recycle", this RRR stands for "Remove, Repair, Replace". I think it is very self explanatory and I know you guys are aware what they are for.
These three are the most common type of procedures that you do every time that your car encounters an issue. Diagnose the issue first and when you figured it out, of course, you should remove it so that you can check if you can repair it all by yourself or not. If not then better look for a shop that can fix it for you. Just make sure that it is a thrust worthy shop and a shop that is known for providing nothing but a high quality service like ICR or International Colission Repair which is located in Oregon and is known for giving the best Auto Body Repair Portland services. From the very simple issues down to the issues that is so difficult to fix, they can resolve them for you in no time and if you're interested, you simply have to check them at their official web page at http://icrautobody.com and see all the services that they offer.
Replacement on the other hand can be done if in case that the spare or part has been badly damage and there's no way for you fix it. It involves upgrading too.
Well I hope you learned something today
Have a great day guys and Happy blogging to all.


Arkady Rossovich was a Russian youth who was subjected to government testing during the early days of the Cold War. Soviet scientists were attempting to create a deadly supersoldier, perhaps in response to Germany's Red Skull and America's Captain America. Arkady was given super strength and stamina, and outfitted with two carbonadium coils that retracted into his arms. Unfortunately, the tests also required him to drain the life force of others to remain active. Code named Omega Red, he was assigned to destroy Wolverine, then an American government agent, but was defeated. Having gone for too long without repowering, Omega Red fell into a coma and was believed dead. Decades later, Omega Red was revived by members of the Hand, the same ninja group that transferred Psylocke's mind to a new body. The sacrifice of their life forces sufficiently powered Omega Red, and he began a new mission to destroy Wolverine and any who would stand in his way..

Arkady Rossovich, aka Omega Red, is a Russian-born mutant with super-human strength, agility, speed, endurance, durability, and reflexes. He is also able to secret a pheremone from his body known as "Death Spores"-poisonous chemicals that kill or sicken anyone in his immediate vicinity. On humans this works instantly, but meta or superhuman beings can withstand the effects for an extended period of time.
Aside from his mutant abilities, Arkady is an excellent hand-to-hand combatant,having recieved training in both Russian and Japanese criminal underworlds. He is also a highly intellegent criminal mastermind.

Mom and Her Kitchen

I'm not spending that much in our kitchen like my mom does. Of course, she's the boss in the kitchen and it's more like her territory if you asked me hehehe. She's preparing our foods from breakfast til supper. This is where she cook and this is probably the place that she loved the most.
That's why when we all decided to remodel the house, she suggested to give her kitchen a new look and so we did.Well, she's the one who picked for the design and also for the material. Well it turned out pretty well and I'm satisfied with the service too. However, what happened yesterday made me realized that we ended up choosing the wrong material. Mom was pretty busy yesterday preparing to cook something my my Auntie's birthday when she accidentally dropped the wooden chopping board on her countertop which broke a pair of tiles, making her so disappointed about it. We should have chosen a material with better quality like marble or granite maybe. Or maybe we should have contacted a better worker to provide a better service like what FLOFORM does. The company is located in Washington and is known for being one of the leading manufacturer of high quality countertops. Yikes, we should have considered that factor before hiring anyone.
Well, that's our bad. For the meantime, we just have to contact someone who can fix the broken tile.

Thursday, August 11, 2011


Richard Rider was born in Hempstead, New York. As a teenager, he was chosen at random by the alien Rhomann Dey, last surviving Centurion of the planet Xandar's elite Nova Corps, to inherit his power and succeed him in the rank of Nova Prime following the destruction of his world by the intergalactic pirate, Zorr. Having been mortally wounded in the battle that tore Xandar apart, Dey succeeded in tracking Zorr to Earth but was unable to exact vengeance due to the extent of his injuries. At death's door, Dey had little choice but to transfer his power to an unsuspecting human on the planet below, praying whomever he found will take up his cause and prove worthy of the powers he had given. Rider gained great strength, invulnerability, the power to fly, and a uniform with a sealed life support system, but little instruction on how to use these new powers. Still, he took up the life of a superhero, fighting costumed villains in New York and gradually learning how to use his new powers.

After a brief career as "Nova, the Human Rocket," he was called into space to serve in the protection of the recently reconstructed planet Xandar, the same world where his great powers originated. Eventually tiring of a life of constant intergalactic war and hoping to rejoin his high school friends, the boy requested to return home to Earth. When he was told he had to relinquish his powers in order to do so, Rider agreed.

For a time, Rider lived a relatively normal life, flipping burgers, and barely making ends meet due to his disrupted education. He spent his time trying to pick up the pieces of the life he had left behind, all the while wishing he could find a way to regain the powers he lost. Unknown to him, during this period, the planet Xandar was destroyed again in an attack by the space pirate Nebula.

Nova's rival appears to be Phoenix Wright. Nova has a staggering amount of super powers, while Phoenix Wright has absolutely none, not even any fighting experience.

Wednesday, August 10, 2011


Norimaro is in the center space in the Japanese and in the Saturn version; it is replaced by an unselectable logo in the American Playstation version. He portrays a nerdish, cowardly schoolboy-type guy armed with a camera; who throws common school items, mini-Akuma dolls, and plushies as fireballs; and would attempt to ask for his opponent's autograph mid-battle (can be seen when the player presses the START button during a match).

But despite this comic relief facade, he is a pretty decent character to play with, and has some of the most powerful moves in the game. Based on Noritake Kinashi, Japanese comedian.

Play it For Real

I remember when i was a kid, i had this mini golf set. As far as i remember, it's about one meter wide, consisting of 2 mini golf courses and a golf club (which more like a big plastic mallet for me). Oh well, that was years ago and I don't know where the hell that golf set is now. Maybe, i'll try to find it on our stock room, I'm sure mom hide it there somewhere. Don't get me wrong, I'm not going to use it hahaha. It's very inappropriate for my age now. I just want to give it to my little brother and have fun with it.
Oh yes, that stuff is quite inappropriate for me, but i can still play golf by hitting a real golf course and play it like big man. I really want to experience how to play golf for real. Well, i used to play such games online but the experience, the pleasure and the excitement is ten times higher if you gonna play the game for real.
Since I'm a beginner, i might just rent the equipments first til i get used to it. What makes it more exciting is the are the golf courses. I was just searching about it online when i discovered those cool Golf Courses Portland in Oregon. Lake Oswego are known for their exciting and challenging courses (including the water hazard and bunkers).
If you're in Oregon, then you should visit them. You can get the info and details on their site at http://golfcoursesportland.com.

Tuesday, August 9, 2011


Nemesis was created by the European Branch of the Umbrella Corporation's pharmaceutical company. He was designed to have immense strength and power, yet to also be intelligent enough to follow orders and overcome obstacles, but not intelligent enough to rebel. This particular Nemesis was deployed to Raccoon City to kill any remaining members of the S.T.A.R.S. unit, which had become an annoyance for the corporation. His first victim was Brad Vickers, who he impaled through the the mouth with a tentacle.

Nemesis appears in Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 in his first form. His face is stitched together over one eye, with the other eye glowing yellow. Nemesis has no lips, showing exposed gums and teeth. Nemesis wears a large, black jacket that almost conceals the tentacles wrapped around his neck. Nemesis also has black gloves, pants, and boots.
Nemesis has no true personality, only his mission. Nemesis' main goal is to eleminate all S.T.A.R.S. members. Nemesis seems capable of speech, albiet limited speech, only shown saying "S.T.A.R.S." Nemesis is ruthless and will take down anything in its way. However, Nemesis is still controlled by someone else, so his behavior could change with an updated goal.
His rival appears to be Rocket Raccoon . Both are mutated creatures that possesses expertise in firearms. They are also polar opposites in size, with Nemesis being a giant, and Rocket Raccoon being very small. They also have some connection to raccoons, with Rocket Raccoon being an actual raccoon, and Nemesis being the terror behind the Raccoon City Incident.

Monday, August 8, 2011


Nathan Rad Spencer, a.k.a. Spencer, is a character from the Bionic Commando Series. In Marvel Vs. Capcom 3, he carries on his attire from Bionic Commando (2009.) Spencer was originally a member of the Federal States of America's armed forces, but his military career was cut short when he lost his left arm to a grenade. While on rehabilitation leave, he accepted a position as the first test subject for bionics technology by T.A.S.C., the FSA military's intelligence division. He was given the codename: Research And Development #1, or RAD #1, and the name stuck; many continued to call him "Rad" Spencer for years. Under the supervision of TASC agent and supervisor of bionics technology Joseph Gibson, Nathan was the first human subject to be fitted with and control a bionic limb. Though the technology was still in the prototype phase, the fascistic Imperial Army attacked, and TASC's first operative, Super Joe, was captured. Nathan was activated early and sent into the field, given the field rank of Captain, and sent to rescue Joe and stop the Imperials. He succeeded with flying colors and his statue, along with Super Joe's, now decorates the Avenue of Heroes in Ascension City, along with other heroes of the conflict. Super Joe was promoted to Director of TASC, and he and Spencer oversaw the training of the TASC Special Ops...new "bionic commandos", just like Spencer. This unit would come to be legendary as the deadliest fighting unit in the world. However, bionics technology proved divisive, and the populace grew weary of being normal humans in a world of super-powered bionics. Demonstrations and riots followed, coming to a head when a group of rogue bionics was accused of aiding a rebellion against the FSA. The investigation found Nathan Spencer the sole perpetrator of all crimes, and he was convicted and sentenced to death by a military tribunal.

He was actually innocent of all charges, but despite proclaiming this, his appeal was denied. He was stripped of his bionic arm and placed in the TASC Military Disciplinary Facility in Fort Leavenworth to await execution. The anti-bionics sentiment came to a head, and a new executive order known as the Bionic Purge was passed almost overnight, outlawing bionics technology. Merely being a bionic became against the law, and bionics were forced to hand in their implants or face prosecution. As a convicted criminal on death row, Nathan could do nothing to oppose the move and became despondant. On the day he is scheduled to be executed, however, an experimental WMD known as the Witherer is detonated in Ascension City, annihilating it and its citizens, and Nathan is given a chance at a pardon in exchange for tracking down and apprehending the perpetrators, known only as BioReign.
Spencer appears to be on the good side when he is seen, along with other heroes, taking down the jets.

Sunday, August 7, 2011


Morrigan Aensland is a succubus video game character from Capcom's fighting game series Darkstalkers (or Vampire Savior in Japan.) She appears in Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 alongside Felicia and Hsien-Ko.
Morrigan is very vain, and lives for little more than the excitement of battle, although her endings in the games as well as various media show that Morrigan slowly takes up more of her responsibility seriously. She appears as a beautiful woman with long, light green hair, a very revealing top, and bat-like wings on her back and the sides of her head. Morrigan can reshape these wings into spikes and blades when attacking her enemies, as well as using them to shield herself from enemy attacks. Her wings can also separate from her, and form into a cloud of bats. She uses a variety of magical attacks as well.

n opening 1 Morrigan is seen fighting Ironman and in the mix she hits Deadpool, gets distracted and gets knocked out of the sky by a Unibeam where she is saved by Chris Redfield.

In Morrigan's MvC3 ending, she finds what seems to be a bar where several demons are. This place is implied to be a "small watering hole" that exists between the human and demon worlds and where the strongest demons come here to celebrate. Several characters can be seen here such as Satannish and Mephisto; Satannish claims the best of the best come here to have a drink and get in a good fight and Mephisto is surprised that Morrigan was able to even come here. Morrigan is interested and decides to raises a toast. They raise a toast to the place where darkness can dance and to their new guest, Morrigan.

Morrigan has moves based primarily on Ryu and Ken from Street Fighter. Morrigan's Darkness Illusion was the first super move to use the button press sequence (LP, LP, F, LK, HP) that is now commonly associated with the Shun Goku Satsu. In Marvel vs. Capcom 3, Morrigan gains a more distict style of fighting. She has plenty of options in the air, unlike Ryu or Ken, and is significantly faster then Ryu or Ken. One of the many running jokes (and points of criticism) among fans is that she has had the exact same sprite set as far as Capcom vs. SNK 2 (2001) as she did in the original Darkstalkers (1994). Her sprites looks especially out of place in the Capcom vs. SNK series as they gain a black outline in the borders. Obviously, in Marvel vs. Capcom 3, Morrigan has a new character model in 3D.

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