Philip José FarmerThis prolific author brings surprising depths to he-man adventure tales, and broke science fiction's prudery barrier.
Your result for The Supervillain Archetype Test...
Ambitious, Intelligent, Calculating
The Megalomaniac is the most prestigious of super-villain classes. If anyone is ever going to rule the world, it will probably be you.
Your main goal in life is power and domination, you have the tools to do it, and you know it. Megalomaniacs are intelligent and forceful, and they tend not to let their emotions cloud their judgment. Most of the time. They are usually found, or not found, working at the top of a huge structured organization, though many prefer to work by themselves.
The Megalomaniac has but one flaw, but its an invariably fatal one; arrogance. He knows that he can take over the world, and he isn't afraid to let you know, often elaborately and in great detail. They often do not foresee the fly in their ointment, because they do not want to admit that such a fly could exist.
Sample Megalomaniacs: Dr. Doom, Lex Luthor, Ras al'Ghul, Kang the Conqueror, Emperor Palpatine, Brain
Hmmmm, I didn't think I was that ambition. It must have gotten confused.
Your result for The Attachment Style Test...
You're not the most decisive person. You tend to be unsure what you want out of your attachments, and it's unlikely you've had more than mediocre relationships. You vacillate between trust and mistrust, and between low and high self-esteem. You probably have a couple of good friends who support you and believe in you, but you tend not to let things get too heavy. You like to sit on fences.
Fictional character with whom you might identify: Xander (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Amelie (Amelie)
|Other Attachment Types:|
|Secure:||The Unicorn|||||The Cuddleslut|||||The Free Agent|
|Preoccupied:||The Cling Wrap|||||The Squid|||||The Insect|
|Fearful:||The Doormat|||||The Leper|||||The Exile|
|Dismissing:||The Hermit|||||The Stone|||||The Player|
Based on the lj interests lists of those who share my more unusual interests, the interests suggestion meme thinks I might be interested in
1. mike mignola score: 17
2. fetish fashion score: 16
3. skin two score: 14
4. vacuum beds score: 14
5. nextwave score: 12
6. captain america score: 12
7. latex clothing score: 12
8. blue monday score: 11
9. megatron score: 11
10. total enclosure score: 11
11. beast wars score: 10
12. rubber hoods score: 10
13. rubber clothing score: 10
14. joe madureira score: 9
15. chris bachalo score: 9
16. usagi yojimbo score: 9
17. alex ross score: 8
18. alex toth score: 8
19. marquis score: 8
20. jim lee score: 8
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I love that Mignola is #1.
93% Chris Dodd
91% Barack Obama
89% John Edwards
89% Hillary Clinton
86% Joe Biden
78% Dennis Kucinich
78% Mike Gravel
76% Bill Richardson
49% Rudy Giuliani
37% John McCain
27% Tom Tancredo
26% Mitt Romney
26% Mike Huckabee
16% Fred Thompson
15% Ron Paul
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In answer to daphne24 's questions regarding some of the interests I have listed on my profile.
Bob Budiansky - The "father" of the Transformers, he's personally responsible for elevating the Transformers above just giant robots that blast each other by giving them heart. Hasbro had him divide the initial line of toys into two teams and give them names and histories. With the imagination of a professional comic book writer, he didn't make all of the good guys squeaky clean nor the bad guys all evil. He wrote all the characters' bios, at least throughout the eighties, and wrote over half of the original Marvel comic series. I feel kind of bad for him, too, because even really big fans of the characters he created have no idea who he is.
Brak - It's difficult to believe that this bizarre co-host of Cartoon Planet, who seemed to be suffereing a condition somewhere between autism and Tourette syndrome, and also had his own show on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim, was originally a scary (sorta) villain from the 1960s. Best loved for spontaneously singing bizarre songs about just about anything, I try to make up at least one Brak-ish song a day. (Just ask bec76 )
Multiple Man - A Marvel comic character that first appeared in Fantastic Four in 1975, he just drifted in the background of the X-Men and related titles until finally being put to good use as a member of the government sponsored X-Factor team in 1991, in stories written by maestro Peter David. With as many facets to his personality as duplicate "clones" of himself that he can create, Jamie Madrox has become the film noir detective of the Marvel Universe, even while directly interecting with superheroes and villains. He's currently the leader of a new iteration of X-Facter, also thankfully penned by Peter David.
He appeared very briefly in the X-Men: The Last Stand film, and he thoroughly stole each scene he was in with the perfect Jamie attitude and a power that was a thing of beauty on film. Screw Wolverine and Magneto, I want Eric Dane to star in a Multiple Man movie.
Simon Furman - If Bob gave the Transformers heart, then Simon gave them soul. Simon began as a writer on the Marvel UK Transformers comic book series, eventually became the only writer, and then also took over the American series at the close of the 80s. Weaving individual, character focused stories into a cosmos spanning tapestry, he created an origin and purpose for the Transformers while never loosing sight of what really made them special: interesting characters. The most prolific Transformers writer, he is still continuing to be a driving force behind their newest and most interesting stories.
Jim Balent - Kind of known for doing stories about strong women with strong personalities... and really big breasts. He had an impressive 70-some issue run as artist on Catwoman during the 90s and then created his own company to publish his serie Tarot: Witch of the Black Rose with a character that is bisexual, polyamorous, and a nice bit kinky. (See some quotes from the latest issue here, if you haven't already.) The series began as a fairly standard comic, albiet one that while taking withcraft into fantastical realms also treated it with respect by including interviews with or essays by respected members of the Wiccan community. The series has evolved over time as Jim gains more practice as a writer, and some issues have strongly diverged from the standard narrative format.
Rumble Roses - Bec finds it amusing that I like to play a video game where I play as a woman wrestling other women. Well, yeah! And it's kinda naughty, too, definitely earning it's M rating. (Supposedly the naughtier pins, holds, and attacks came from the women working on the game, but the guys could just be saying that so they don't look like total pervs.)
Jim Mahfood - Is a comic book artist whose style is strongly influenced by graphitti art. I first came across his work on an "Underground" special from Marvel, but he was also the artist on the first two Clerks comics and has a good amount of original, and hilarious, work of his own. Check out www.40ozcomics.com
I totally feel like I just nerded all over my blog.
Of course, I do that every week...
|Choice of weapon.|
You got an arm on you but you wont if your not careful with that damn thing. Your kinda stelthy and really dangerous from a distance. You could take out an army single handedly. Too bad your only weapon is also your biggest danger up close.
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I love the misspelling of "you're ... stealthy."