This is a tribute to the new Justice League film. At the end of the day, Batman was critical in saving the world and keeping everyone in line so naturally a win is in order. Batman always manages to be a pretty tough combatant while also having a lot of swab so this seemed like a perfect match. Swagman has fought on the blog before, but he got stomped rather easily. This round won’t be any different so you almost feel bad for the guy. Swagman still has a cool name, but he’ll need some actual abilities if he ever wants to take down a more powerful foe. Having a cool helmet just isn’t good enough. Batman wins.
This is a tribute to Thor:Ragnarok. Thor looked quite good in this movie as you already know from my review. His strength is completely out of The Crusader’s league and his speed is also far greater. The only reason why the villain lasted so long in the comics was because Thor never goes all out against mere mortals. Crusader’s spirit will be broken as easily as his sword and so he stands no chance in this round. Thor wins.
This is a tribute to the My Little Pony film. Twilight Sparkle wasn’t at her best here as she got defeated fairly early in the film. Still, at least she made the tough calls like attempting to steal the water ponies source of magic. That took guts and leadership skills. Sparkleface is a strong Pegasus, but she’s not quite ready to take on an Alicorn yet. That’s just too tall of a task especially when the Pony in question has significant magical abilities. Twilight Sparkle wins.
This is a tribute to the first Halloween film. Myers only got so far because of plot convenience and random super strength. He wouldn’t last long against a real fighter like Rokuro. Rokuro’s attack and speed are so high that he is one of the strongest unknown fighters out there. He can give just about anyone a good fight and could certainly end Michael Myers in a single hit. No time to get scared this way. Rokuro wins.
This is a tribute to Dracula: Prince of Darkness. He may be a strong vampire, but this is Vegeta we’re talking about. When it comes to strength and ability he is on a whole other level. A single blast of his would decimate the planet and Dracula simply wouldn’t be able to block or redirect such an attack. Dracula wouldn’t even be able to see it coming to be honest. Vegeta wins.
This is a tribute to Dead Men Tell No Tales. Jack Sparrow didn’t look very good throughout the film, but what else is new? He lets his guard down so often that just about anyone can take him down and his swordsmanship isn’t all that great. Kirito could take him down quite easily with the skills and experience that he has acquired over the years. The match won’t even be close and that’s why I almost feel bad for Jack. It’s back to the bar for him. Kirito wins.
Suggested by Destroyer Jack may be famous for his axe skills in the Shining but Norman Bates is pretty good at using a dagger against opponent who can’t actually fight back. Norman isn’t as physically strong as Jack and he has less battle experience. There’s a reasonable chance that Norman can just get the first hit and claim victory but I don’t think it’s likely. Jack Torrance wins.
This is a tribute to the Power Rangers film. Jason didn’t look all that good in this movie as he made quite a lot of mistakes and never really came off as a sympathetic guy. You just couldn’t feel all that bad for him since he really created the situations that he got himself into. He has some decent super strength and speed, but nothing that Misaka hasn’t dealt with before. She will be able to overwhelm him with ease. No Ranger can handle an electromaster. Misaka wins.
This is a tribute to the Ghost in the Shell movie. Motoko Kusanagi handled herself pretty well the whole time as she found out the truth about her past and took on all of the lackeys who were sent after her. She reminds me of Train Heartnet back in his organization days. Needless to say, it’ll be easy for her to shoot down the One Above All since he isn’t exactly a bullet timer when it comes to reaction speed. He would be easy pickings for her. Motoko Kusanagi wins.
This is a tribute to Spider-Man Homecoming. Spiderman looked pretty good in the film overall as he made a lot of the right calls and did his best to stop the Vulture. He may have looked a little weak, but at least he tried his best. Ezekiel is one of those guys who is always cracking and making the wrong decisions despite his best justifications as to why they’re necessary. He’s completely outmatched against someone like Spiderman in terms of personality and physical ability. Spiderman wins.