The Death of Superman Review

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It’s time to look at this recent DC movie. Doomsday already got an adaption a long time ago, but now the New 52 lineup can give it a whirl as well. The animation and fights here aren’t quite as solid as the ones in the original, but I do think Superman got to use his speed a little more which is always cool. It’s a solid re imagining overall and will definitely have a lot of replay value for future watches. However, adding in the League also adds in a bunch of scenarios for the writers to have to deal with which the film doesn’t always put to full use.

The film starts off with a meteor heading to Earth. It busts through a space ship and falls onto Earth. Doomsday walks out and begins his murdering spree. He wants to destroy everything on Earth and slowly makes his way to the cities. The Justice League begin to track him, but this could take a while. Meanwhile Superman is debating on if he should finally tell Lois the truth or not. He better hurry because based on the title he may not have a whole lot of time left to live. Could this be it for the Man of Steel?

Surprisingly the first 40 minutes are used to focus on the Clark and Lois dynamic rather than getting us to the big fight. I think the Lois and Superman stuff have already been done to death, but I wouldn’t fault the film for it too much since I’m sure every writer wants a crack at this. Unfortunately I thought the film made Lois look really bad here. Granted, Clark isn’t in the right at every turn either, but my main issue is that Lois is just rather rude the entire film. She just doesn’t seem like a nice person and given how Superman is all about being nice it just seems a little off.

Case in point, Lois has a co-worker named Grant who is always trying to dig up the dirt on Clark for her. She seems like a really nice friend even if she’s a bit nosy and is just looking out for Lois. She even buys Lois a coffee. I think you’re not supposed to like Grant, but honestly she was just a quality character. Look, the gossip mill at work will always be going. At least she lets Lois know what the others know and gives Lois the option to control the information a little. Lois just brushes her off along with the others in the hopes that nobody will find out but that door has already been slammed shut. She just isn’t very open to talking about it. I also think this is an unfortunate aspect of centering Lois’ character around the romance. It consumes all of her scenes when she is typically supposed to be busy being an ace reporter. It’s probably one of her weakest appearances in the continuity.

Meanwhile Superman is nervous about telling her the truth which makes sense I guess, but if he’s getting serious about her then he should absolutely drop the bomb before the wedding. Doing it afterwards would just be super irresponsible. He was also a little too much at the dinner where he kept trying to silence his parents. The guy’s gotta be able to take a few embarrassing stories better than that. In fact, that would have been a good time to tell Lois that he was Superman. Would have been perfect to be honest. Well, the whole romance stuff certainly wasn’t the best, but the meat and potatoes of this is the fights anyway.

Once the fights start they are definitely a lot of fun. It’s always cool to see Doomsday going up against the Justice League because that isn’t a matchup you get to see often. The fights with them and then Superman are basically nonstop action so the whole second half is just a lot of combat. It all looks really solid and the film doesn’t disappoint. While I did mention earlier that it’s not up to par with the previous adaption I think calling the animation anything less than great would be selling it short. It’s still excellent and the action is enough to recommend the film.

Of course, I do think the Justice League seemed heavily nerfed throughout to make the plot work. That’s why sometimes films just cut everyone else out to avoid this issue. It becomes a case of if you’d rather have the audience suspend disbelief for no other heroes coming to help or having the heroes come and then be completely ineffective. This film chose the latter while the previous chose the former. Some characters like Hawkman are pretty accurate or if anything look too strong. That’s fine, but when we get to the big shots it gets a little tricky.

Case in point, The Flash. We see early on that Hawkman was able to land 2 hits that really sent Doomsday flying. Then Flash comes in and his attacks aren’t leaving a dent. When Flash goes at super speeds his hits actually increase in power tremendously. I think that’s one aspect of the Flash that is constantly overlooked, but at super speed he does have incredible amounts of super strength. That along with the Mace should have done considerable damage to Doomsday. Showing Doomsday taking a pounding and then adapting would have been good to see. Doomsday’s durability along with his regeneration is incredible after all and that would have made the fight so much better.

Then Green Lantern comes in and basically just plays defense. He tries trapping Doomsday and then making a barrier. Both are poor options. Blasting him from the sky and flying around a ton would have been far better options. Then he is knocked out in one hit. Keep in mind that the fight starts off in the early afternoon and doesn’t conclude until late in the evening yet none of the Leaguers wake up. I think the most accurate member was Wonder Woman. She actually gives Doomsday a long back and forth fight where she dealt quite a lot of damage. She showed off her super strength and combat experience. Superman will always be the real power hitter of the League, but I think having the others contribute in a similar way to Wonder Woman would have been good.

Also, the League completely forgot about team work or even fighting at the same time. Every leaguer waits until the other member is down to start fighting. Hawkman comes in first, then loses. Green Lantern then shows up and loses. Then Flash shows up and loses, etc. Martian Manhunter, Cyborg, Aquaman, Wonder Woman, nobody ever teams up at all. They seem to insist on fighting Doomsday 1 on 1 which makes no real sense. It also doesn’t make sense that Hawkman and Green Lantern would both have time to fight Doomsday before Flash arrives on the scene. With his speed even after saving civilians he should have been the first one on the scene. I think the main issue was having Doomsday take down the League while staying believable. Depending on how he beats them you could argue that either Superman has no chance or he suddenly gets power scaled way above the others. I think doing the latter would work just fine. Superman has always been the strongest member of the League and I would argue that typically it is by a fantastically large margin. That doesn’t need to change.

Showing the League hitting Doomsday with a bunch of combo attacks and the beast just refusing to stay down would have been very powerful. The film doesn’t even need to hold back on having him get extremely weakened or losing a limb or two and regenerating. It would show off his healing factor as well as his “adaption” ability. It would work similar to Amazo as their attempts to defeat him would only make him stronger. It’s a unique situation where they could show off all of the League’s talents and skills while still having Doomsday stay on top. I think that would have worked out really well and made the fight more realistic.

Well, that’s enough on the power levels. It isn’t really anything that would hurt the film but always something I need to note. Also, the League took way too long in finding Doomsday. He started murdering people early on and even took out Atlanteans, but it took at least a day to find him. Really? They should have found him within an hour or so after that. Just put the Flash on his trail. By the time they find Doomsday he had already murdered quite a few people. Which the New 52 lineup could be a little off an on with how violent they are. The first installments are quite violent and after that they started to dial it down a bit. This one is a little more on the violent side I’d say. It’s certainly more violent than necessary as we see Doomsday crush quite a few people.

Unfortunately this leads the film into the animal violence territory which was really unnecessary and definitely did hurt the film. A poor bear gets attacked by Doomsday. The scene has no purpose even within the narrative as we can already reasonably assume that he is stronger than a bear. If the film is trying to show that the food chain has been altered, that is rather obvious as well. All a scene like this does is take a star away from the film and lower its replay value. It’s a shame that the film had to mess up here.

There are quite a few after credit scenes here to set up the sequel. Basically each of the Supermen get a scene. I think it would have worked better as one long scene than all of the various cuts though. Just one long scene that sets up the sequel. It’s less jarring than having a quick 3 second scene, cut, 3 second scene, etc. Still, it’s a good attempt though and the sequel should definitely be fun. I look forward to seeing the League deal with these guys. This time they’ll need to be more prepared for the fight though.

Overall, The Death of Superman was a pretty good film, but one that could have definitely been even better. You’ll surely enjoy the big fights with Doomsday and it is nice to have it as part of a longer continuity since you see cameos for the supporting characters like Damian and the Atlanteans. I do think the film may have brought too much baggage with it in the first half though and it should have been trimmed down to get us to the action a little sooner. I definitely still recommend checking this film out though. It’s a good action story with a lot of hype moments. The title basically spoils most of the movie, but I think it’s assumed that you know the plot going into this one.

Overall 7/10

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Batman Unlimited: Mechs vs. Mutants Review

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Batman Unlimited was a fun experiment by DC. It’s basically what you get when you mix today’s animation with a far lighter 80’s Batman tone. The first two films were solid. On one hand the designs could use some work but on the other you are getting quality fights without having to worry about the film going all in with violence. This installment ends the trilogy on a high note as it is probably the best of the 3. It’s quite solid and I’ll miss having the gang around.

The movie’s plot centers around the Penguin and Mr. Freeze. Freeze wants to stop some nearby ships and Penguin wants to rule Gotham. As such they form an alliance and Penguin teaches Freeze how to be more ambitious. The icy villain quickly becomes good at this. Meanwhile Damian is having a rough start as Robin since Joker humiliated him on TV. He is determined to get better though and this latest threat to his city could be a perfect opportunity.

I’ve probably talked about this in previous installments but I really like how Batman Unlimited basically has nonstop action throughout. There aren’t many breaks for talking at all here yet the movie still does build up a very complete plot. Who doesn’t want to see Batman in a giant mech suit fighting a Godzilla homage? The concept of having robots vs monsters is certainly a classic one with Pacific Rim being the latest big film to bring attention to the genre. We also get traditional Batman style fights like the Arkham battle where Batman and Robin face off against the villain group. It’s a fight where you get the feeling they will lose from the start since it’s too early for the villains to be defeated, but it’s a fun fight nonetheless. Honestly I think the heroes were pretty well matched up against the villains.

As always the animation is pretty solid. It looks like a main line DC film except for the fact that the character designs are quite different. Some can be a bit off putting, but at the same time I wouldn’t call them bad. Batman’s (Bruce Wayne form) for example looks like something out of Space Dandy or Johnny Bravo. It’s a bit of an odd look for his Bruce Wane persona considering you’d expect something a bit more formal. Still, when you’re rich like that you can dress however you want with whatever hairstyle you want so it’s not as if it’s unrealistic or anything. Anything goes in that scenario. The fight scenes are pretty sharp with a lot of vibrant colors. I think with some fine tuning this could even be a decent basis for a Batman anime of sorts. The scenes when inside the mech could certainly work.

There’s not much of a soundtrack so I’ll skip over that. Maybe the sequel would work on that. Green Arrow still gets shown up by Batman the whole time here. It gets to the point where I feel like he starts to acknowledge this by intentionally trying to sabotage Batman. Keep in mind that even if this is for humor such a stunt can easily cost lives when up against villains. Batman and Robin were getting ready to sneak up on the villains when Green Arrow broke through the glass which announced their presence. Somehow the villains didn’t hear them but you can still see what Arrow was trying to do. Additionally Arrow tries to prevent himself from getting one upped by ordering his own mech suit. Unfortunately for him it simply wasn’t strong enough to win any fights so once again he had to watch Batman come to the rescue. Green Arrow takes all of this pretty well though and overall I’d say that it was one of his better incarnations. It’s not all about power after all so as long as he’s still cracking jokes and trying hard that’s a start.

Meanwhile Damian has his own plot about trying to stay out of Batman’s shadow. He’s the newest Robin as the others have all graduated and gotten their own titles. At first you may even think that he is Red Hood or Red Robin since the costume is basically the same but it turns out that it is Damian. This also helps tie in to the main titles where Damian is currently Robin. He’s a pretty good Robin. You can’t help but feel bad for him during the intro since losing to Joker while being recorded on the internet was a pretty hard blow to take considering it was his first real day on the job. He does his best to improve and study from there. Damian never makes excuses for himself and I’d say that he has a lot of potential if we do get another installment.

Nightwing gets a small role near the end, but ultimately is just here as a cameo. As always Batman’s quite excellent here. He’s got everyone right where he wants them and reminds the other heroes that you don’t need powers to win fights. He’s pretty strict with everyone but never comes across as fair. I think Batman’s character is usually consistent in the movies and that doesn’t change here. He’s just as fun as he always is. As you can tell the character cast here was quite solid. I’d thank the writing for that. The film always seems to be on point and with its short run time the pacing is also good.

As far as the villains go they were solid as well if not a little less impressive. I was pretty surprised to see Chemo since he’s pretty obscure, but it was nice to have him on board. Clayface and Chemo both get their giant monster fights, but don’t do much beyond that. Bane and Killer Croc have a big rivalry going which was fun. I’d probably go with Bane to win that fight ordinarily but it seems like Croc had the edge this time. I suppose since he also had an energy blast he was the more dangerous fighter. Those two were the highlights from the main villains. Of course Penguin is always fun though and is typically one step ahead of the other villains. Mr. Freeze is quite a bit different than usual. His character arc could be a bit cheesy as I think he just didn’t think his goals enough. I hardly see why he would want to help at the end even after Batman’s explanation. Sure, it wasn’t really his plan anymore but the end result was the same. For the villains with smaller roles Joker certainly stole the show here. He had some great moments including his final scene. It shows why you really don’t want to mess with him as a villain. It’s always going to come back to bite you.

Overall, Batman Unlimited is most likely over with this film. It’s a trilogy that probably won’t be remembered very much by the fans but I’m glad that we got it. It’s certainly one that I would recommend and it really delivered on what the core of the project was…a good excuse to bring Batman and the others back for quality action scenes. Also the cliffhanger wasn’t all that exciting anyway so if the film decided to bring back Clayface it’s not like we would have missed much. His abilities can make him a very dangerous opponent I suppose, but his fight scenes wouldn’t be quite as hype as the ones we got here. If we do get a Batman Unlimited 4, I want to see all of the Robins team up since Red Robin missed out on this adventure.

Overall 8/10

Teen Titans Go! To The Movies Review

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It’s time to look at the Teen Titans GO! movie that came out recently. I’ve watched the show ever since its beginning and it’s always been very hit or miss. It can have some decent episodes and then it can have some truly terrible ones. As a result the show is leaning towards a negative rating at the moment, but of course things can certainly change by the end. With a film I figured the writers would try to be on their best behavior and come up with a good story so as not to embarrass its viewers. Well, the movie is a considerable step up and I can happily say that it was a quality movie. I was worried for a little while, but it all turned out okay.

The film starts with the Teen Titans being mocked by the Justice League. While Robin and co. aren’t thrilled about this it’s hard to deny that the League have a lot more going for them. They’ve got big budget films on their resume while the Titans haven’t got a clue. Robin decides that the only way their group will ever be respected is if they get a big budget movie. They head over to Jade Wilson to plead their case but she explains that she’ll never make a film about them. The only way around this is if the Titans can get rid of all other heroes or finally get an arch nemesis. Both options will be tough for these guys, but Robin knows that it’s time to step up. Can the team do it?

Slade gets a pretty big role here as you’d expect since he is easily the Titans’ most iconic villain. This film is the first time they’ve met in Go continuity so it was nice to see him arrive. He’s played in a much more comedic light here as you’d probably expect. It may take a little while to get used to him since his “Mind Manipulation” gimmick isn’t quite as humorous as most of the other Titans. Still, he does give us a pretty good twist by the end (Well, if you’ve read the comics you might not be fooled but the twist works to an extent regardless because there are two routes that the movie could have went with) and he can certainly fight. I was glad to have him on board here.

Where the film excels is naturally in the writing/humor. See, typically the issue with the series is that the humor is cringy instead of funny. Usually it’s very crude or just flat out gross. This film rarely goes there and instead the humor is in how crazy the Titans are and how unprofessional the team can be. A good example of humor is how the Titans go around preventing everyone’s origin. The humor can also be a bit dark in how they have to murder some people without going too far into dicey territory. As I mentioned the only gag that drags on is Slade’s. (Saying his name gets old as well) When Slade isn’t around the rest of the humor is fast and to the point.

I also liked the film’s soundtrack. Some of the songs were meant to be parodies of course, but they still worked very well with or without context. Robin’s song about being a real hero was awesome. Likewise I really enjoyed the Teen Titans opening song that was also used during the climax. It’s really impressive just how good the song is honestly. It’s the kind of song you could actually listen to in a serious context and still enjoy it. It helps that the graphics for both scenes with the song were quite impressive. It started the film out on a high note and right away you could tell that it was a bit of a step up from the show. Even the animation was quite on point here. While the style isn’t really different from the show, there is a lot more movement so I imagine that the animators had to use many extra frames. It allows for better visual gags and some nice action scenes as well. On a technical level the film had no issues and since the writing was solid as well you can see how this film got off on the right foot.

As far as the main characters go, Robin is certainly the best hero just like you would expect. He actually knows how and when to get serious unlike the rest of the heroes. He got the team their opportunity to get a movie and didn’t mess it up unlike the others. He really wants to be a good crime fighter and is just held back by the others. I’d go as far as to say that without the others he would have already had his movie. Still, he’s pretty patient with the other titans and has all the qualities of a good leader. Unfortunately the other four don’t look very good here. They actively try to wreck his movie in a fit of jealousy and rage. You could argue that it is quite personal since right after Jade tells the Titans to stop goofing around they immediately did the opposite. I think the implication here is that they didn’t like the way she said it, but it’s still awful petty of them. Cmon now guys. You really feel bad for Robin the whole time and even if he does get suckered by the end you can’t blame him for trying. This was his life’s dream and he may not have gotten the opportunity again otherwise. You go Robin!

Another strong area in the film is its ever changing plot. While getting a movie is the main focus of course the film goes into a few different segways where you think it may spend a lot of time doing something only to refocus. A good example of this is the heroes deciding to go back in time to change the superhero origins of the League to replace them. You’d expect this to be the bulk of the plot in any other movie but here this montage only lasts for a little while before the Titans go with plan B. I think that plot could have been its own movie as well, but the film could have potentially locked itself in a bit since then it would become a bit more predictable as to what would happen next. It still worked for the quick gags though. There’s just a lot happening in this film throughout and it has the kind of energy that you want to see in a movie like this. It embraces how crazy it is and ultimately ends up being the definitive comedy DC film.

Of course this wouldn’t be a true comic book film without a post credits scene right? It hints at a future project to come if you take the scene at face value. Honestly I wouldn’t have taken it very seriously myself since it would be the ultimate gag to get everyone’s hopes and dreams up. Of course, we do have a rumored crossover film coming up which is similar to a direct sequel so I guess in a way that does lend some credibility to the scene. Regardless it is a pretty fun scene though and one that I’m sure you’ll have fun with.

Overall, Teen Titans Go! really surprised me with this one. The humor is just so much better than you would have expected based on the show. We’ve gotten glimpses of what the show could be like from time to time, but to actually pull this off for over an hour straight? I couldn’t help but be impressed. Aside from the Slade humor being a bit weak I can’t think of any negatives for this film. Even if you haven’t seen the show before now I highly recommend checking this film out. It’s just a lot of fun and all you need is a basic understanding of DC comics or at least the comic book movie industry to really get into what’s happening here. Who knows, maybe you’ll be able to accept Robin as a real hero!

Overall 7/10

Scooby Doo Team Up Volume 5 Review

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It’s time to look at another volume of the Scooby Doo Team Up series. With a lot of the bigger heroes already accounted for this volume mostly focuses on the less known heroes. That being said, these guys are mainly household names, but just not in the same league as the big 7. As always it’s a fun collection with a lot of fun moments and good pacing. By now you will likely know if this series is your style or not, but I’d definitely recommend it.

The first story has Green Arrow and Green Lantern show up. They have been travelling across America trying to find out what the true nature of the country is. Unfortunately their findings have not been all that positive as of yet and they believe that things aren’t going well for the country. Fortunately the Mystery Inc is here to solve a case and along the way they will remind the heroes that there is always hope. Can this band of adventurers and heroes really help this village visit the outside world though? Yes, part of the plot is that a group of people have secluded themselves in a little village and refuse to go to the outside world but now they are being haunted.

It’s a good first story although the whole thing is definitely a little odd. First off, Green Arrow is just really out of character here. He’s constantly being a pessimist and can’t stop thinking about politics. I also wasn’t crazy about the resolution of the story here. Basically the ghosts were the kids of these people who were trying to scare them into going back to town. The reason is that they moved away but are now lonely without their parents. I mean…they could just visit the parents right? It seems like they wanted everything to go their way and it is never necessarily pointed out that this is the wrong approach. The kids just seemed very entitled.

Then we have a crossover with a Kung Fu dog that I’ve never heard of. Essentially the gang are being attacked by fire breathing dragons who know Kung Fu. Scooby Doo and the gang are usually prepared for anything, but for once they have met their match. That’s why calling in the dog made sense, but unfortunately he doesn’t know how to fight and the Kung Fu was all a sham. I feel bad for fans of this character. Fortunately Daphne knows how to fight which ultimately helps the team make it through this adventure. It’s a reasonable comic although I can’t say that I’m a big fan of the dog. If he can’t really fight then I don’t see how he will be able to help anyone.

A pretty fun story features a bunch of obscure groups. They solve mysteries under the sea, in space, etc. All of the groups have similar costumes and egos. This one is pretty strong because the group ends up insulting the Mystery Inc’s effectiveness so naturally this starts a rivalry. Even if this should be pretty lopsided in favor of the team that can actually fight I always like to see the Mystery Inc talk tough. Fred certainly doesn’t back down from a challenge. If Shaggy and Scooby weren’t constantly embarrassing the team I’m sure their rep would be even better than it currently is. By the end the group managed to pull their own weight though and it was fun seeing all of the obscure DC teams. They all seemed pretty likable and I wouldn’t mind seeing more of them.

Typically in all of these stories the heroes are teaming up with DC fighters who are much stronger and better equipped to handle a situation. This next story is the first exception to that. There are a group of alley cats who are always causing trouble. This time they have pretended to make a ghost to scare off the cops. Fortunately this cop is pretty smart and calls in the main characters. They decide to solve the case which puts the cats in a pretty bad spot. Things get worse when the Real Estate agents show up to make a mess of the situation. It’s pretty nice to see Fred and the gang get to tackle some actual ghosts here since that’s their area of expertise. You could argue that they controlled the pace and tempo of this case.

Then we’ve got a story that takes place in the distant past. It turns out that there was an original Mystery Inc who worked in the Wild West. They were called in to deal with a monster, but there is also a fugitive of the law in this place who is being hunted by Cinnamon and Jonah Hex. The guy seems innocent though so the Mystery Inc may have to step in. It’s certainly interesting to see the group operating in the past even if it may seem like a bit of a stretch. I suppose it’s the only way they could team up with someone like Jonah Hex though so it’ll have to do. I’ve never heard of Cinnamon, but it’s hard to tell if she’s real or fake. I’m personally thinking that it may be the latter.

Plasticman also shows up. His sidekick was tricked by a fortune teller into thinking that his days are numbered so naturally he is spooked. Fred and the gang don’t believe that the magic was real since they don’t believe in the supernatural but as bad things continue to happen Shaggy and Scooby lose their nerve once more. It’s a fun enough story and I suppose it’s good for some of the guest stars to be spooked so it’s not always Shaggy and Scooby making their group look bad. Plasticman’s abilities are also pretty useful when he uses them right which the comic has him do.

The art is pretty good for all of the comics and is part of what makes the collection so fun to read. The art is very streamlined and everyone has their iconic designs. You can glance at a page and instantly know what is happening. The art is very clear and the colors are vibrant. Each issue has good pacing and writing within so that each story is able to be told without feeling rushed. As the collection contains 5-7 comics it’s also a pretty good value. I hope to see many more Scooby Doo Team Up volumes.

Overall, Scooby Doo Team Up is a fun series. It’s a nice crossover series that gets to put the Mystery Inc in a lot of crazy situations. While they may not always be very well equipped to handle a situation you always have to give them credit for trying. These issues could easily work as normal episodes in the show which is probably the whole point. It shows that the comic writers know what they are doing here. If you haven’t checked this volume/series out then I definitely recommend fixing that. Everything is basically on point here.

Overall 7/10

Batman Unlimited: Monster Mayhem Review

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It’s time to look at the next Batman Unlimited film! The first one was pretty solid so I would expect nothing less from the sequel. It’s nice to have a Batman film that feels more like the classic days. It’s a bit of a cross between something like Brave and the Bold and The Batman in terms of atmosphere and character designs. It all works pretty well and the film delivers on what it promises, a lot of action with a good story behind it.

The film kicks things off with a new character who has joined the fray. Gogo is a genius who likes building VR games. Unfortunately he is confronted by his co-worker who tries to destroy him. Gogo quickly figures out that she is actually a robot who is pretending to be his friend, but this knowledge is not enough to turn the tables. Even Batman is unable to save him from this menace. It turns out that the robot is working for Joker along with other villains like the Scarecrow, Solomon Grundy, and Silver Banshee. For once Batman realizes that he can’t defeat all of these foes on his own so he decides to call in Green Arrow, Red Robin, and Nightwing. Together these heroes will have to save the world!

In a subplot, Cyborg is still adjusting to his new boosters. Unfortunately he doesn’t have much time to do so because a virus has infected the city and as Cyborg doesn’t have too many security firewalls he is quickly taken over. I’ve already talked at length about how Cyborg is a Teen Titan and not a Justice League member so I won’t go into that here, but this movie doesn’t help his case. I figured that the whole point of being half human and half machine was that the human side could help him fight against viruses and such. That never seems to be the case so he might as well be all robot then right? Technically Cyborg is very strong, but none of that matters if villains can just hack into him every day.

This film is naturally pretty light hearted as you may expect although it does get some serious scenes. The intro where the robot tries to murder Gogo is actually played pretty seriously. Likewise, the film isn’t afraid to have some real fights thrown in and the animation is pretty solid. It doesn’t really have any choreography and the fights do tend to get paused for quick one liners and such, but the film looks good when it actually tries. It’s a nice animation style and works well enough for the film. Unfortunately the soundtrack is basically nonexistent so don’t expect to remember any of the tunes by the end. This just isn’t quite that kind of film. The humor isn’t bad for the most part. It can feel a little forced, but it could be a lot worse. I’d give the writing a pass.

Then we have a nice Matrix homage near the end as Batman and Joker fight in the Cyber World where they each have to corrupt the other. It’s a battle of wills so naturally you’re never too worried for Batman. He’s not going to lose when it boils down to a fight of resolve. The pacing is pretty good for the film as well which makes sense since it’s so short. At most you may find it a bit redundant how the heroes keep beating the villains, only to have them escape for another round. I feel like this happened at least 3 times. The villains just wouldn’t quit which is admirable but then there’s no reason to think that the rematch would go any differently. Joker’s robot at the end was pretty cool though. If not for a serious amount of plot hax he definitely would have won in the end. All he had to do was actually try moving so Cyborg couldn’t hit him and then it would have been all over. Maybe deep down Joker actually wanted to lose. That would be quite the twist eh?

The movie also decided to go with a pretty interesting set of characters here. Batman is an obvious pick of course and likewise for putting in Tim Drake as Red Robin. While the latter is treated as comic relief a little too much, he still gets the job done. For Batman, while I mentioned that the animation is solid I have to admit that Bruce Wayne looks very off. It’s something about his human design that makes him look like a character out of Space Dandy or that crazy future 90’s aesthetic. Not a bad thing, it’s just different. Nightwing is another good teammate to have around and while there’s not much in particular to say about him, I do like how the film turned his trope of self doubt on its head. When Scarecrow tries playing the mindgames Nightwing doesn’t fall for it. As he said, he got over that a long time ago.

Then we have Green Arrow who does his best but as always he seems to be a step behind the others. After all, he’s just as rich as Batman, but doesn’t have the hand to hand skills or large array of gadgets that the Dark Knight possesses. As for Cyborg, he was getting mind controlled the whole time so while he is a nice guy there isn’t much to say about him either. As for the villains, Silver Banshee was fun. Her ability is always pretty lethal against most opponents since they will actually get older which can’t really be undone. Solomon Grundy is still the power hitter, but he’s never the most enjoyable villain since he isn’t too smart. The film did a reasonable job of not making him too annoying though and dressing up as the pizza man was smart. Scarecrow was pretty good here. He was a legitimate threat and kept the heroes on their toes throughout. This was also one of Joker’s better outings easy. He balanced out the humor and serious traits of his character well and as always his plan took Batman to the edge.

Overall, Batman Unlimited continues to be a solid series. I look forward to seeing how the third film fares. If you like action films or just want to see some light hearted fun then I would recommend this film. What you see is what you get so there are no real surprises here, but the plot is executed well. You’ll be kept entertained all the way through and since this is one of your only chances to see Red Robin in action, how could you miss it? With a solid blend of writing and animation, this is definitely a complete film.

Overall 7/10

Swamp Thing Review

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It’s time to look at an old school DC film. This movie doesn’t really feel like your average comic book film and could easily be mistaken for just being another horror film. That would probably be the best outcome for all parties involved since I doubt anyone wants to take credit for this movie. It just isn’t good and does so many things wrong that you’ll end up wondering what the film was thinking. The characters aren’t very smart and so it’s hard to root for anyone.

The film starts off with the main character, Alice heading over to the Swamp. She is here to fix some sensors, but the broken sensors were sabotaged by terrorists so she isn’t allowed to go near them. Since she has nothing else to do she hangs around the pair of scientists who are trying to make some breakthroughs and insults them the whole time. The main guy is married, but seems to forget this all the time so all scenes with him are cringe worthy. That’s when the villains come in and murder the two scientists in the hopes of getting their research. Alice managed to snatch one book though so their collection won’t be complete. The villains don’t like that and decide to give chase, but they have one more obstacle to try and get past, The Swamp Thing!

The film doesn’t exactly hide the Swamp Thing’s identity, but I won’t allude to it in case you need that reveal. Needless to say, The Swamp Thing is here to help. “This is My Swamp!” should have been his opening line but he’s a creature of action as opposed to words. As the film goes on he does start to get a little more chatty though so I guess that’s a good thing? Unfortunately, he isn’t quite as intimidating as the average creature. In most of these horror films you see the monsters just destroying everybody until they die in the end. Since the Swamp Thing is a heroic creature, he doesn’t get the same treatment. He gets captured and beaten by the crooks. He doesn’t do a good job of taking the villains out of the equation so they always pop right back up to give him some more grief. He isn’t opposed to murder as we see him do it several times, he is always in just too much of a hurry to get away. He’s just not a very likable character. His abilities also don’t seem all that impressive in this film. He was nerfed all the way into the ground.

Alice isn’t a bad main character although she can also be a little iffy at times. For the positives, she is a fighter. Alice does put up a struggle whenever she appears and even lands in some good hits. On the other hand, she is rather slow on the uptake. Even when seeing the Swamp Thing mowing down her opponents she keeps telling him to back off. She’s certainly safer with him than without. She also has an unfortunate tendency to trip over just about everything. She probably hit the ground at least ten times. Cmon Alice, you can do better than that!

Then I have to quickly rewind to the beginning of the film to explain why the normal joe characters always fall below expectations. So you have a guy running through the swamp when a few guys with guns walk up to him. He quickly lets them disarm him and then runs. What’s the point? They’ll just shoot him down. He’s dead either way so he may as well have held on to his gun and taken one of them down with him. This is preferable for many reasons. One of which is that by firing right away you at least have the slimmest of chances to survive. Second, at least they’ll be forced to gun you down right there which is a far less painful death than the alternative. Third, you get to die with some dignity. Trying to run away in a swamp when you’re outnumbered like that won’t work. Even if it was just one guy he could shoot you once your back was turned. These hostage situations always drive me batty.

This film is a little on the violent side with people getting snapped and crunched. The main villain’s transformation scene was also shown to be as grotesque and violent as possible which is a little on the rare side for transformations. Usually you expect those to at least be a little pleasant right? The violence isn’t extremely over the top but certainly is high enough that it’s noticeable. There isn’t really animal violence if you look at the film casually, but it’s there when you drill into the specifics. The unlikable main characters were running experiments on the animals which is a no go. These animals don’t care about the science so why should they have to be used like this? The animal certainly didn’t look like it was having fun being all wet like that.

Swamp Thing also goes out of its way to make the villains unlikable. A good villain should command respect but also be fun to root for/against. None of that is here with these villains. At the most the main villain isn’t bad. He’s one of those random rich guys who wants to see the world burn. The main villain is really one of his subordinates though who chases Alice around quite a lot. Naturally he is shown to be rather depraved and of course he couldn’t just be a professional trying to earn a paycheck. I get that guys like him will typically end up being the villains since it makes sense, but it doesn’t make any of his scenes work any better.

The best character in the film is definitely the kid who owned the gas station. He was on point and could sniff out danger a mile away. It’s a shame that his gun was defective but there’s no way he could have known that. Even though he was just a kid he did a lot of work and helped get Alice to a safe place. He brought the film a level of charm and wonder that it didn’t have previously. Not enough to save the film or anything like that, but it was still neat.

Overall, Swamp Thing is definitely not a film that I would recommend. The characters aren’t all that smart and Swamp Thing himself looks quite weak. I’m glad he kept in his healing powers, but being able to fight a little more would have been great too. The film drags on a bit and the only good character got a really small amount of screen time. This is definitely one of those movies that you should skip and I’d advise you to check out some of the classic Godzilla films instead if you want to see how a creature should be portrayed. I can guarantee you that at the very least he wouldn’t go down easy like the Swamp Thing.

Overall 3/10

Current Fighter Standings 3

It’s been half a year so the next edition of the Blog’s Fighter Standings is finally here. Currently there are 4695 Fighters on this site which is 127 more than the last time. Since the last Records we’ve gotten hundreds of battles including requests from Destroyer, Sonic, iKnowledge, Random, Anonymous, Adrogoz, Dylan Hooton, etc. It’s time to see how all of your fights have moved the rankings around. I think we all know who the first and last place fighters are, but the others are anyone’s guess. It’s been a hype year of blog fights and more are sure to come. If you want to look up a fighter in particular, I highly recommend using ctrl-F and then typing in their name.

Time for some fun facts. There’s no easy way to get all of the data that I’d like on this so instead of bringing in the traditional awards I figured that I would instead take a look at various universes and see how they stack up. I’ll be having a separate page for this as well soon which will have a bunch of them. In the meantime here is a preview of what it will look like. I’m gonna grab the top 10 characters for each franchise and average their records to see how they stack up. They are as follows

Shonen Jump 1.0
Capcom .970
Marvel .917
Sega .886
Yugioh .880
DC .868
Digimon .863
Nintendo .845
Toho Kaijuverse .805
Transformers .791
Gameraverse .497

Shonen Jump is truly OP! I just grabbed a few for this one, but you can bet that the other page will go into more depth, but that’s more of a long term section so don’t expect it to really pop up for quite a while. I also plan to shake up some of the lower ranks as they have been rather stagnant for a while so they have one last chance to enjoy the bottom ranks for this Standings report. The next one will pop up in early January. Now enjoy the records!!

Time for the ranks!


1st BASS 817-0

2nd Bly 104-0

3rd Vegeta 85-0

4th Sasuke 76-0

5th Train 60-0

6th Ryoma 52-0

7th Jaden 50-0

8th Kaiba 32-0

9th Grimmjow 27-0

10th Gon 309-5 .984

11th Tsuna 41-1 .976

12th Ichigo 104-3 .971

13th Goku 176-6 .967

14th Megaman 83-3 .965

15th Sonic 102-4 .962

16th Bakura 25-1 .961

17th Zero 48-2 .960

18th Yami Yugi 41-2 .953

19th Zeke 19-1 .950
19th Sora 19-1 .950

20th Frieza 37-2 .948

21st Medaka Kurokami 18-1 .947

22nd Syaoran 16-1 .941

23rd Yusuke 46-3 .938

24th Jean Grey 15-1 .937
24th Gigan 15-1 .937

25th Ash 218-15 .935

26th Metal Sonic 28-2 .933
26th Lightning 14-1 .933
26th Aizen 14-1 .933

27th Cell 67-5 .930

28th Megaman SF 26-2 .928

29th Ironman 73-6 .924

30th Marcus 24-2 .923
30th Blackheart 12-1 .923
30th Rainbow Dash 12-1 .923
30th Gohan 36-3 .923

31sth Buu 23-2 .920
31st Byakuya 23-2 .920

32nd Batman 178-16 .917

33rd Ms Marvel 11-1 .916
33rd Obito 11-1 .916

34th Lazerman 261-25 .912

35th Protoman 31-3 .911

36th Yang 10-1 .909
36th Mukuro 20-2 .909
36th Kaguro 20-2 .909
36th Zaraki 20-2 .909
36th Kanda 20-2 .909
36th Simon (Gurren Lagann) 10-1 .909
36th Atlas 20-2 .909
36th Oga Tatsumi 10-1 .909

37th Gao Mikado 19-2 .904

38th Ryu 18-2 .900
38th Accelerator 9-1 .900
38th Iori 9-1 .900
38th Kimimaro 9-1 .900
38th Hao 9-1 .900
38th Yoh 18-2 .900
38th Kazuki 9-1 .900
38th Jiren 9-1 .900

39th Sephiroth 26-3 .896

40th Naruto 77-9 .895

41st Kenshin 17-2 .894
41st Optimus Prime 17-2 .894

42nd Level 3 Akuma 8-1 .888
42nd Lan 8-1 .888
42nd Savageman 48-6 .888
42nd Dark Samus 8-1 .888
42nd Segata Sanshiro 8-1 .888
42nd Kite (Yugioh) 8-1 .888
42nd Copy X 8-1 .888
42nd Black Star 8-1 .888
42nd Killua 16-2 .888
42nd Pyrrha Nikos 8-1 .888

43rd Spiderman 79-10 .887

44th Mega Man 46-6 .884

45th Slur 15-2 .882

46th Sigma 22-3 .880
46th Shadow 37-5 .880
46th Supergirl 22-3 .880

47th Trunks 29-4 .878

48th Lenalee 7-1 .875
48th Ruby Rose 7-1 .875
48th Zamasu 14-2 .875
48th Lucario 21-3 .875

49th Cloud 34-5 .871

50th Pharohman 20-3 .869
50th Kazuya 20-3 .869
50th Alucard 20-3 .869

51st Ulquiorra 13-2 .866
51st Vent 13-2 .866

52nd Pac Man 25-4 .862

53rd Green Lantern 32-5 .864

54th Gravityman 37-6 .860
54th Gemini Saga 99-16 .860

55th Level 4 Akuma 6-1 .857
55th Black War Greymon 6-1 .857
55th Yoshimori 6-1 .857
55th Lust 6-1 .857
55th Gate 6-1 .857
55th Ginta 6-1 .857
55th Gallantmon 12-2 .857
55th Dormammu 6-1 .857
55th Aichi Sendou 6-1 .857
55th Homura Akemi 6-1 .857

56th Hibari 17-3 .850

57th Shazam 11-2 .846
57th Greymon 11-2 .846
57th Legion 11-2 .846
57th Dialga 11-2 .846

58th Spiderman 2099 32-6 .842
58th Madara 16-3 .842

59th Pit 21-4 .840
59th Luffy 42-8 .840

60th Zoro 26-5 .838

61st Rokuro 5-1 .833
61st Crowley Eusford 5-1 .833
61st Ratchet 10-2 .833
61st Lewa 5-1 .833
61st Takanuva 5-1 .833
61st Iihiko 5-1 .833
61st Garurumon 5-1 .833
61st Groudon 5-1 .833
61st Caulifla 5-1 .833
61st Megaman X 20-4 .833
61st Sensui 5-1 .833
61st Amazo 5-1 .833
61st Hollow Ichigo 5-1 .833
61st Cia 5-1 .833
61st Alastor 5-1 .833
61st Machamp 5-1 .833
61st Roy 10-2 .833
61st Beerus 5-1 .833
61st Yuichiro 5-1 .833
61st Nemu 5-1 .833
61st Dorothy 5-1 .833
61st Tasuku 10-2 .833

62nd Thor 188-39 .828

63rd Riku 19-4 .826

64th Goten 14-3 .823

65th Rogue 9-2 .818
65th Dark Megaman 9-2 .818
65th Ferid 9-2 .818
65th Misaka 9-2 .818
65th Samus 36-8 .818
65th Dr Strange 9-2 .818

66th Mecha Godzilla 13-3 .812

67th Prismman 34-8 .809
67th Ultron 17-4 .809

68th Allen 21-5 .807

69th Kirito 25-6 .806

70th Searchman 37-9 .804

71st Tai 8-2 .800
71st Zoran Lazarevic 4-1 .800
71st Vincent 4-1 .800
71st Janemba 8-2 .800
71st Gama 4-1 .800
71st Roy (FMA) 4-1 .800
71st Krul Tepes 4-1 .800
71st Starkiller 4-1 .800
71st Maka 4-1 .800
71st Moguera 4-1 .800
71st Aile 4-1 .800
71st Scarface 4-1 .800
71st Rock Lee 4-1 .800
71st Crocodile 4-1 .800
71st Mew 4-1 .800
71st Kyogre 4-1 .800
71st Gary 4-1 .800
71st Zack Taylor 4-1 .800
71st Billy Cranston 4-1 .800
71st Trini Kwan 4-1 .800
71st Kimberly Ann Hart 4-1 .800
71st Xanxus 4-1 .800
71st Ren 16-4 .800
71st God Ginrai 4-1 .800
71st Younger Toguro 4-1 .800
71st Yubel 4-1 .800
71st Bravenwolf 4-1 .800
71st Najimi Ajimu 4-1 .800
71st Miss Martian 4-1 .800
71st Rai 4-1 .800
71st Reiji 4-1 .800
71st Power Girl 4-1 .800
71st Soundblaster 8-2 .800
71st Ray Mk II 4-1 .800
71st Kaz Gordon 4-1 .800
71st Baby 4-1 .800
71st Psylocke 4-1 .800
71st Raikage 4-1 .800
71st Charizard 28-7 .800
71st Rukia 8-2 .800
71st Green Lantern (Stewart) 8-2 .800
71st Saber 4-1 .800
71st Bardock 4-1 .800
71st Tahiri Veila 4-1 .800
71st Sinestro 4-1 .800
71st Genos 4-1 .800
71st Drum Bunker Dragon 8-2 .800
71st Pride 8-2 .800
71st Rayquaza 8-2 .800
71st Marik 4-1 .800
71st Weiss 4-1 .800
71st Thanos 28-7 .800
71st Wonder Woman 48-12 .800
71st Piccolo 28-7 .800
71st Omega Shenron 12-3 .800

72nd Darkseid 19-5 .791

73rd Emma Frost 11-3 .785

74th Broly 36-10 .782
74th Ganondorf 18-5 .782

75th Kurapika 7-2 .777
75th Mikaela 7-2 .777
75th Veemon 7-2 .777
75th Burter 7-2 .777
75th Android 17 7-2 .777
75th Infinite 7-2 .777
75th Astro Boy 14-4 .777
75th Exodia 7-2 .777
75th Serenade 14-4 .777
75th Snake Eyes 7-2 .777
75th Cobra Commander 7-2 .777
75th Strauss 7-2 .777
75th Ansem 7-2 .777
75th Ness 14-4 .777
75th Mewtwo 28-8 .777
75th Venom 42-12 .777
75th Vakishim 7-2 .777
75th Dante 7-2 .777

76th Cyclops 17-5 .772
76th Zane 17-5 .772
76th Punk 34-10 .772

77th Falzar 10-3 .769
77th Starfire 10-3 .769
77th Hiei 20-6 .769
77th Kyle Rayner 10-3 .769

78th The BioLizard 33-10 .767

79th Cooler 13-4 .764
79th Sherlock Holmes 13-4 .764

80th Sanji 16-5 .761

81st Biollante 22-7 .758

82nd Spikeman 31-10 .756
82nd Fox 28-9 .756

83rd Flash (Barry) 18-6 .750
83rd Leon (Cardfight) 3-1 .750
83rd Natsu 6-2 .750
83rd Cinder 3-1 .750
83rd Yuya 3-1 .750
83rd Blake 3-1 .750
83rd Takuya 3-1 .750
83rd Pegasus Seiya 3-1 .750
83rd Chris Walker 3-1 .750
83rd Rouga Aragami 6-2 .750
83rd Tyki Mikk 6-2 .750
83rd Magoroku Shido 6-2 .750
83rd Creed 3-1 .750
83rd Hibito 6-2 .750
83rd Ranmaru 3-1 .750
83rd Miss Yuri 3-1 .750
83rd Chaos Bahamut 3-1 .750
83rd Hisoka 3-1 .750
83rd Gen 3-1 .750
83rd Ventus 3-1 .750
83rd Kuneida 3-1 .750
83rd Omega Xis 3-1 .750
83rd Tenguman 6-2 .750
83rd Redips 6-2 .750
83rd Sora (naruto) 6-2 .750
83rd Misty 3-1 .750
83rd Garchomp 3-1 .750
83rd Butterfree 3-1 .750
83rd Anna 3-1 .750
83rd Blaze 6-2 .750
83rd ROB 6-2 .750
83rd Jack (5ds) 6-2 .750
83rd Rodimus Prime 3-1 .750
83rd Ninetails 3-1 .750
83rd Hikaru 15-5 .750
83rd Zorc 3-1 .750
83rd Kyodaigumo 3-1 .750
83rd Sakura (Cards) 6-2 .750
83rd Owlman 3-1 .750
83rd Twilight Sparkle 3-1 .750
83rd Jin Kariya 3-1 .750
83rd Kamui 3-1 .750
83rd Grave Joker 3-1 .750
83rd Vice 3-1 .750
83rd Setsuna F Seiei 3-1 .750
83rd Omega (Zero) 3-1 .750
83rd Metallo 3-1 .750
83rd Shadow Android 3-1 .750
83rd Nirvash 3-1 .750
83rd Rey 3-1 .750
83rd Skin 3-1 .750
83rd Hikaru Shidou 3-1 .750
83rd Promethean Knight 3-1 .750
83rd Kuroyukihime 3-1 .750
83rd Kenshiro 3-1 .750
83rd Rikuo Nura 3-1 .750
83rd Joey 6-2 .750
83rd Captain Marvel 6-2 .750
83rd Hibiki 3-1 .750
83rd Dan 3-1 .750
83rd Erza 3-1 .750
83rd Alduin 3-1 .750
83rd Dark Pit 3-1 .750
83rd Davide Yamazaki 6-2 .750
83rd Toothless 3-1 .750
83rd Cyber End Dragon 6-2 .750
83rd Alfred 3-1 .750
83rd Davis 3-1 .750
83rd Sofia Sakharov 3-1 .750
83rd Sailor Galaxia 6-2 .750
83rd Sena Arata 3-1 .750
83rd Graviton 3-1 .750
83rd Bayonetta 3-1 .750
83rd Genma 3-1 .750
83rd Beast Titan 3-1 .750
83rd Knuckles 9-3 .750
83rd Yugi 15-5 .750
83rd Tifa 9-3 .750

84th Vile 17-6 .739

85th Link 55-20 .733
85th Doomsday 11-4 .733

86th Ben 10 27-10 .729

87th Cyber Shredder 8-3 .727
87th Lina Inverse 8-3 .727
87th Colossus 8-3 .727

88th Invisible Woman 21-8 .724

89th Judgeman 34-13 .723

90th Dr Doom 13-5 .722
90th Superman 182-70 .722
90th Gemini Spark 13-5 .722

91st Mario 83-32 .721

92nd Mothra 18-7 .720

93rd Quickman 33-13 .717

94th Toshiki Kai 5-2 .714
94th Human Torch 10-4 .714
94th Shukaku 5-2 .714
94th Emerl 5-2 .714
94th King Cold 5-2 .714
94th Skullman 30-12 .714
94th Soundwave 10-4 .714
94th Ridley 5-2 .714
94th Beet 5-2 .714
94th Battra 20-8 .714

95th Blasterman 32-13 .711

96th Godzilla 112-46 .708

97th Dark Vader 12-5 .705

98th Hirudegarn 7-3 .700
98th Megalon 7-3 .700
98th Shulk 7-3 .700
98th Black Doom 7-3 .700
98th Skeith 14-6 .700
98th Crimson Dragon 7-3 .700
98th Juggernaut 7-3 .700
98th Jin 7-3 .700
98th Kazane 7-3 .700

99th Blastman 30-13 .697

100th Scar 16-7 .695

101st Dark Gaia 9-4 .692
101st Nine Tailed Fox 9-4 .692
101st Blaziken 9-4 .692
101st Red 9-4 .692
101st Eren Jeager 9-4 .692
101st Unicron 9-4 .692
101st King Cobra 9-4 .692

102nd Videoman 29-13 .690
102nd Deadpool 29-13 .690

103rd Zelda 20-9 .689

104th Zero EXE 11-5 .687
104th Martian Manhunter 11-5 .687
104th Megatron 11-5 .687

105th King Ghidorah 15-7 .681

106th Robin 17-8 .680
106th Rodan 17-8 .680
106th Pikachu 32-15 .680

107th Touma 2-1 .666
107th Asta 2-1 .666
107th Aerodactyl 2-1 .666
107th Breakdown 2-1 .666
107th Chiaotzu 2-1 .666
107th Paruko Nanana 2-1 .666
107th Tahu 8-4 .666
107th Lehvak Kal 2-1 .666
107th Guts 2-1 .666
107th Mercutio 2-1 .666
107th Azumarill 4-2 .666
107th Maylu 2-1 .666
107th Raven Branwen 2-1 .666
107th Sailor Saturn 4-2 .666
107th Kopaka 4-2 .666
107th Grand Fisher 8-4 .666
107th Hitsugaya 2-1 .666
107th Harribel 2-1 .666
107th Vision 6-3 .666
107th Shrieker 2-1 .666
107th Ren Suzugamori 2-1 .666
107th Yoruichi 2-1 .666
107th Mikey 2-1 .666
107th Togemon 2-1 .666
107th Gomamon 2-1 .666
107th Guy 2-1 .666
107th Al 2-1 .666
107th Wrath 2-1 .666
107th Sting Eucliffe 2-1 .666
107th Android 16 6-3 .666
107th Hilda 2-1 .666
107th Furuichi 2-1 .666
107th Viral 2-1 .666
107th Orga 8-4 .666
107th Drax The Destroyer 8-4 .666
107th Phantom (MAR) 2-1 .666
107th Vilius 2-1 .666
107th Sharkman 8-4 .666
107th Freezeman 4-2 .666
107th Ra Thor 2-1 .666
107th Ban 2-1 .666
107th Tobirama Senju 2-1 .666
107th Kaguya 2-1 .666
107th Epsilon 2-1 .666
107th Grey 2-1 .666
107th Kabuto 4-2 .666
107th Choji 2-1 .666
107th Sakon 4-2 .666
107th Mihawk 2-1 .666
107th Blue 2-1 .666
107th Pokemon Trainer 2-1 .666
107th Geodude 2-1 .666
107th Ho-Oh 4-2 .666
107th Rapidash 2-1 .666
107th Magneton 2-1 .666
107th Silver Sonic 2 2-1 .666
107th Zebra (Toriko) 2-1 .666
107th Shark (Yugioh) 2-1 .666
107th Dark Magician Girl 2-1 .666
107th Ghost 2-1 .666
107th Primo 2-1 .666
107th Diabound 2-1 .666
107th Obelisk 2-1 .666
107th Skeebo 2-1 .666
107th Kurama 4-2 .666
107th Hollow 4-2 .666
107th Captain Atom 4-2 .666
107th Destroyer 4-2 .666
107th Blue Beetle 2-1 .666
107th Arshes Nei 2-1 .666
107th Wonderman 4-2 .666
107th Hanon 2-1 .666
107th Masamori 2-1 .666
107th Setsuki 2-1 .666
107th Aihi 2-1 .666
107th Cyborg Superman 2-1 .666
107th Zangetsu 2-1 .666
107th Simon 2-1 .666
107th Shio 2-1 .666
107th Daniel X 2-1 .666
107th Pluto 2-1 .666
107th Metastacia 2-1 .666
107th Terra 2-1 .666
107th Genkai 2-1 .666
107th Kikyo 2-1 .666
107th Caroni 2-1 .666
107th Kouya 2-1 .666
107th Mirage (Spychanger) 2-1 .666
107th Togera 2-1 .666
107th Ashe 2-1 .666
107th Captain Bravo 2-1 .666
107th Jak 2-1 .666
107th Ryoma Nagare 2-1 .666
107th Phantom (Zero) 2-1 .666
107th Victor 2-1 .666
107th Saki 2-1 .666
107th Mu 2-1 .666
107th Huey 2-1 .666
107th Quickster 4-2 .666
107th Omega 4-2 .666
107th Matt 2-1 .666
107th Death Saurer 2-1 .666
107th Tigerstar 2-1 .666
107th Bio Broly 2-1 .666
107th Chuck Greene 2-1 .666
107th Quantosaurous Rex 2-1 .666
107th Booster Gold 2-1 .666
107th Aqualad 2-1 .666
107th Ezio 4-2 .666
107th Ueki 2-1 .666
107th Suicider 2-1 .666
107th Sesshomaru 2-1 .666
107th Zenon 2-1 .666
107th Baron 2-1 .666
107th Boogyman 2-1 .666
107th Beltorze 2-1 .666
107th Cunningham 2-1 .666
107th Desmond Miles 2-1 .666
107th Grineed 2-1 .666
107th Garonewt 2-1 .666
107th Jet Black 2-1 .666
107th Virus Beast 4-2 .666
107th Superboy 2-1 .666
107th Orphen 2-1 .666
107th Kyoko Sakura 2-1 .666
107th Bart Simpson 2-1 .666
107th Mami Tomoe 2-1 .666
107th Lobo 2-1 .666
107th XJ 9 2-1 .666
107th Atom 2-1 .666
107th Blue Knight 2-1 .666
107th Joey Jones 2-1 .666
107th Sally 4-2 .666
107th Skull Reaper 2-1 .666
107th Nail 2-1 .666
107th Rhydon 2-1 .666
107th Rin Okumura 4-2 .666
107th Ivy 2-1 .666
107th Ichinose 2-1 .666
107th Akuma 2-1 .666
107th Gray (Fairy Tail) 2-1 .666
107th Tank (Left 4 Dead) 2-1 .666
107th Spyro 2-1 .666
107th Skynet 2-1 .666
107th Alain 2-1 .666
107th Thomas 2-1 .666
107th Assassin 2-1 .666
107th Kouki 2-1 .666
107th Koutei 2-1 .666
107th Leonard 2-1 .666
107th Nova (Sam) 2-1 .666
107th Gilgamesh 2-1 .666
107th Shirou 2-1 .666
107th Cell Jr 8-4 .666
107th Ornstein 2-1 .666
107th Bryan Mills 2-1 .666
107th Ryu Hayabusa 2-1 .666
107th Dromus 2-1 .666
107th Genesect 2-1 .666
107th Takamiya 2-1 .666
107th Gourry 2-1 .666
107th Berserker 2-1 .666
107th Tojo Hidetora 2-1 .666
107th Volga 2-1 .666
107th Ai Enma 4-2 .666
107th Havok 6-3 .666
107th Lord Boros 2-1 .666
107th Fuji 2-1 .666
107th Lana 2-1 .666
107th Gaara 10-5 .666
107th Percy Jackson 2-1 .666
107th Asura 2-1 .666
107th Iroh 2-1 .666
107th Elisa Maza 2-1 .666
107th Wraith 2-1 .666
107th Ozai 2-1 .666
107th Snail 2-1 .666
107th Kami Tenchi 2-1 .666
107th Namorita 2-1 .666
107th Zuko 2-1 .666
107th Jason Lee Scott 4-2 .666
107th Dracena 6-3 .666

108th Metalman 27-14 .658

109th Pain 11-6 .647
109th Desertman 11-6 .647

110th Godzilla Junior 9-5 .642
110th Colonel 9-5 .642
110th Duo 9-5 .642
110th Anguirus 18-10 .642
110th Sentry 459 9-5 .642
110th Lex Luthor 9-5 .642
110th Kirby 18-10 .642
110th Three Giant Snakes 9-5 .642

111th Clover 16-9 .640
111th Silver Surfer 16-9 .640

112th Destoroyah 23-13 .638

113th Palutena 7-4 .636
113th Palkia 7-4 .636
113th Itachi 14-8 .636
113th Kiri 7-4 .636
113th Raditz 7-4 .636

114th Eggman 12-7 .631
114th Galactus 12-7 .631
114th Titanosaurus 12-7 .631
114th Captain America 24-14 .631
114th Elecman 12-7 .631
114th Wolverine 24-14 .631

115th Ike 10-6 .625
115th Sailor Mars 5-3 .625
115th Dark Link 5-3 .625
115th Minato 5-3 .625
115th Uryu 5-3 .625
115th Krystal 5-3 .625
115th Akame 10-6 .625
115th Nuova Shenron 5-3 .625
115th Black Panther 5-3 .625
115th Tsunade 5-3 .625
115th Kid Bass 5-3 .625
115th Proto Man 5-3 .625
115th Bugs Bunny 5-3 .625
115th Yusei 10-6 .625
115th Time Eater 5-3 .625
115th Kratos 5-3 .625
115th Chun Li 5-3 .625
115th Akiza 5-3 .625
115th Enchantress 5-3 .625
115th Raiden 5-3 .625

116th Kiva 13-8 .619

117th Megaguirus 8-5 .615
117th Shredder 8-5 .615

118th Greninja 11-7 .611
118th Rosalina 11-7 .611
118th Ghost Rider 22-14 .611

119th Diaboromon 14-9 .608

120th Magicman 26-17 .604

121st Iron Giant 6-4 .600
121st Bison 3-2 .600
121st Cole MacGrath 3-2 .600
121st Finn 3-2 .600
121st Rio 3-2 .600
121st Corrin 3-2 .600
121st al’Lan Mandragoran 3-2 .600
121st Regal 3-2 .600
121st Lucina 9-6 .600
121st Iblis 3-2 .600
121st Renamon 3-2 .600
121st Android 18 9-6 .600
121st Guiron 3-2 .600
121st Ukon 3-2 .600
121st Eevee 3-2 .600
121st Brightman 3-2 .600
121st Gridman 6-4 .600
121st Jonathan Joestar 3-2 .600
121st Blue Eyes White Dragon 3-2 .600
121st Wigglytuff 3-2 .600
121st Solaris 6-4 .600
121st Mecha Sonic 3-2 .600
121st Dark Zorc 3-2 .600
121st Zangya 3-2 .600
121st Namor 3-2 .600
121st Iron Fist 3-2 .600
121st Swamp Thing 2-2 .600
121st Bobobobobobobo 3-2 .600
121st Mephiles 21-14 .600
121st Mirage (Girl) 3-2 .600
121st Bugriser 6-4 .600
121st Judge Dredd 3-2 .600
121st Jason Bourne 3-2 .600
121st Muk 3-2 .600
121st Clefairy 3-2 .600
121st Teridax 12-8 .600
121st Black Widow 6-4 .600
121st Star Saber 3-2 .600
121st Levi 3-2 .600
121st Chazz 3-2 .600
121st Cammy 3-2 .600

122nd Space Godzilla 31-21 .596

123rd Kakashi 10-7 .588

124th Viewtiful Joe 7-5 .583
124th Japanman 7-5 .583
124th Manda 7-5 .583
124th Tien 7-5 .583
124th Wii Fit Trainer 7-5 .583
124th Bahamut (SIN) 7-5 .583

125th Cosmoman 11-8 .578

126th Krillin 12-9 .571
126th Spectre 4-3 .571
126th Rick Grimes 4-3 .571
126th Cerberus (Disney) 4-3 .571
126th Roll 24-18 .571
126th Cup Ramen Man 4-3 .571
126th Gregar 4-3 .571
126th Arceus 4-3 .571
126th Takeshi Yamamoto 4-3 .571
126th Lois Lane 4-3 .571
126th Batman Beyond 4-3 .571
126th Grimlock 4-3 .571
126th Status Quo 4-3 .571
126th Gali 4-3 .571
126th Eis Shenron 4-3 .571
126th King Boo 16-12 .571
126th Nova 4-3 .571

127th Napalmman 22-17 .564

128th Kumonga 9-7 .562

129th Rallen 5-4 .555
129th Sentry 5-4 .555
129th Franky 5-4 .555
129th Surtur 5-4 .555
129th Road Runner 10-8 .555
129th Barugon 5-4 .555

130th Kingman 21-17 .552

131st Mecha Godzilla 2 16-13 .551

132nd Jigglypuff 6-5 .545

133rd Virgo Shaka 7-6 .538
133rd Aquaman 7-6 .538
133rd Sakura 7-6 .538
133rd Orochimaru 7-6 .538
133rd Yuma 7-6 .538
133rd Captain Falcon 14-12 .538

134th Little Mac 15-13 .535

135th Spinosaurus 8-7 .533

136th Red Hulk 10-9 .526
136th Dio Brando 10-9 .526

137th Numberman 21-19 .525

138th Master Chief 13-12 .520

139th Wyatt Halliwell 1-1 .500
139th Hulk 31-31 .500
139th Haru Glory 1-1 .500
139th Tarzan 1-1 .500
139th Mara Jade Skywalker 1-1 .500
139th One Above All (Marvel) 1-1 .500
139th Combustion Man 1-1 .500
139th Ayane 1-1 .500
139th Kasumi 1-1 .500
139th Dudley Dursley 1-1 .500
139th Sulley 1-1 .500
139th Nausicaä 1-1 .500
139th Saitama 2-2 .500
139th Gaston 1-1 .500
139th Mittens 1-1 .500
139th Stannis Baratheon 1-1 .500
139th Euron Greyjoy 1-1 .500
139th Lightning McQueen 1-1 .500
139th Gandalf 3-3 .500
139th Nick Gant 1-1 .500
139th Zaheer 1-1 .500
139th Zanya Kisaragi 4-4 .500
139th Tsurugi 1-1 .500
139th Suki 1-1 .500
139th Exar Kun 1-1 .500
139th Roland Deschain 1-1 .500
139th Unalaq 1-1 .500
139th Captain Answer 1-1 .500
139th Haruo Sakaki 1-1 .500
139th Takashi 1-1 .500
139th HIM 1-1 .500
139th Bishop 3-3 .500
139th Lute 1-1 .500
139th Star Lord 7-7 .500
139th Kuei 1-1 .500
139th Vaatu 1-1 .500
139th Papa Bear 1-1 .500
139th Ujio 1-1 .500
139th Lyn 1-1 .500
139th Toadman 6-6 .500
139th Jack Torrance 1-1 .500
139th Orser Kleinz 1-1 .500
139th Roku (Avatar) 1-1 .500
139th Demon Inzaidi 1-1 .500
139th Mr Mxyzptlk 4-4 .500
139th Card Burn 1-1 .500
139th Heracles 1-1 .500
139th Ikarino 1-1 .500
139th Misaki Suzuhara 1-1 .500
139th Sailor Pluto 2-2 .500
139th Feitan 2-2 .500
139th Tenzin 1-1 .500
139th Edward Kenway 2-2 .500
139th Anira 1-1 .500
139th Jinora 1-1 .500
139th Kisame 4-4 .500
139th Hit 1-1 .500
139th Black Adam 3-3 .500
139th Quicksilver 5-5 .500
139th Iceman 5-5 .500
139th Bastion 2-2 .500
139th Kisara 1-1 .500
139th Riptide (Girl) 1-1 .500
139th Ripley 1-1 .500
139th Darren 1-1 .500
139th Kurumu Kurono 1-1 .500
139th Towa 1-1 .500
139th Wile E Coyote 1-1 .500
139th Jasmine 1-1 .500
139th Fuego 1-1 .500
139th Tesla 1-1 .500
139th Giovanni 1-1 .500
139th Grim hunter 1-1 .500
139th Miko 1-1 .500
139th Cortana 2-2 .500
139th Commissioner Gordon 1-1 .500
139th Ukitsu 1-1 .500
139th Yasuha 1-1 .500
139th Zazan 1-1 .500
139th Shizuku Sangou 1-1 .500
139th Cyclopian Guard 1-1 .500
139th Nohime 1-1 .500
139th Kamikaze 1-1 .500
139th Ringer (Davis) 1-1 .500
139th Worm (X) 1-1 .500
139th Princess Dusk 1-1 .500
139th Zeru 1-1 .500
139th Jane Foster 1-1 .500
139th Yakon 1-1 .500
139th Dizzy 1-1 .500
139th Nora 1-1 .500
139th Calamity Coyote 1-1 .500
139th Jam Kuradoberi 1-1 .500
139th Firestar (Marvel) 1-1 .500
139th Zavok 1-1 .500
139th Viki 1-1 .500
139th Wayne Campbell 1-1 .500
139th Angela (Marvel) 1-1 .500
139th Coop 1-1 .500
139th Durandal (UESC) 1-1 .500
139th Hellrunner 1-1 .500
139th Emmet (Lego) 1-1 .500
139th Jiralhanae Chieftain 1-1 .500
139th Mifune 1-1 .500
139th Mutavore 1-1 .500
139th Raijin 1-1 .500
139th Jin Magatsu 3-3 .500
139th Kiyo Takamine 1-1 .500
139th Robocop 1-1 .500
139th Shu Ouma 1-1 .500
139th Sangheili 1-1 .500
139th Shade Man 1-1 .500
139th Ryoko Hakubi 1-1 .500
139th Hunter (Halo) 4-4 .500
139th Crazy Hand 4-4 .500
139th He Man 7-7 .500
139th The Noid 1-1 .500
139th Dr Light (DC) 1-1 .500
139th Fortress Maximus 1-1 .500
139th Rabbit 1-1 .500
139th Rubik 1-1 .500
139th Dark Schneider 4-4 .500
139th Scarlet Rain 1-1 .500
139th Lewis (Simpsons) 1-1 .500
139th Avak 1-1 .500
139th Big Daddy (Alpha) 1-1 .500
139th Black Rock Shooter 1-1 .500
139th Elmo 1-1 .500
139th Siena 1-1 .500
139th Empath 1-1 .500
139th Pai 1-1 .500
139th Rust 1-1 .500
139th Red Monika 1-1 .500
139th Shana 1-1 .500
139th Ord 1-1 .500
139th Nariko 1-1 .500
139th Foxbat 1-1 .500
139th Tusk 1-1 .500
139th Vermin 1-1 .500
139th Leo Kingdom 1-1 .500
139th Leo Regulus 1-1 .500
139th Panda King 1-1 .500
139th Pegasus Koga 1-1 .500
139th Nuparu 1-1 .500
139th War Machine 5-5 .500
139th Feraligatr 2-2 .500
139th Bloody Rachel 1-1 .500
139th Jarrod 1-1 .500
139th Serenity 1-1 .500
139th Maria (Castlevania) 1-1 .500
139th Bulwark 2 1-1 .500
139th Aisha Clanclan 1-1 .500
139th Airi 1-1 .500
139th Blair 1-1 .500
139th Takion 1-1 .500
139th Tracey 1-1 .500
139th Thardus 1-1 .500
139th Tentacruel 1-1 .500
139th Arcanine 1-1 .500
139th Arlong 1-1 .500
139th Bellamy 1-1 .500
139th Typhlosion 1-1 .500
139th Tyranitar 2-2 .500
139th Venonat 1-1 .500
139th The Source 1-1 .500
139th Totoro 1-1 .500
139th Cole 1-1 .500
139th Firefly 1-1 .500
139th Alphamon 1-1 .500
139th Slappy Squirrel 1-1 .500
139th Casey 1-1 .500
139th Skyhawk 1-1 .500
139th Farmer 1-.500
139th Sagittarius Aiolos 1-1 .500
139th Sam B 1-1 .500
139th Megamind 1-1 .500
139th Mordecai 1-1 .500
139th Gazimon 1-1 .500
139th Joe Umitsubame 1-1 .500
139th Jonathan 1-1 .500
139th Ken Tenku 1-1 .500
139th Lance (Sym Bionic Titan) 1-1 .500
139th Odin (Myth) 1-1 .500
139th Pagaya 1-1 .500
139th Perrikus 1-1 .500
139th Phoenix 1-1 .500
139th Porygon 1-1 .500
139th Priest 1-1 .500
139th Raleigh Becket 1-1 .500
139th Red X 2-2 .500
139th Beelzemon 1-1 .500
139th Coby 1-1 .500
139th Earthworm Jim 1-1 .500
139th Faora 1-1 .500
139th Finn (Adventure Time) 1-1 .500
139th Flash Thompson 1-1 .500
139th Leomon 1-1 .500
139th Marty McFly 1-1 .500
139th Master Hand 1-1 .500
139th Megalodon 3-3 .500
139th Tresspasser 1-1 .500
139th Wasp Woman 1-1 .500
139th Wildebeest 1-1 .500
139th Yamato Agari 1-1 .500
139th Stan Smith 1-1 .500
139th Saria 1-1 .500
139th Steve Smith 1-1 .500
139th Stewie 1-1 .500
139th Hello Kitty 1-1 .500
139th Jesse 1-1 .500
139th Hayley Fischer 1-1 .500
139th Kevin 11 1-1 .500
139th Leonidas 1-1 .500
139th Oogie Boogie 1-1 .500
139th Shinnojou 1-1 .500
139th Mr Mime 1-1 .500
139th Mantine 1-1 .500
139th Max 1-1 .500
139th Kagura 1-1 .500
139th Agent Coulson 1-1 .500
139th Allelujah Haptism 1-1 .500
139th Age 1-1 .500
139th Awaki 1-1 .500
139th Andrea (Walking Dead) 1-1 .500
139th Bobby Pendragon 1-1 .500
139th Brambleclaw 1-1 .500
139th Brent Ernst 1-1 .500
139th Cerberus (Cardcaptor) 1-1 .500
139th Chip 1-1 .500
139th Dragon Shiryu 1-1 .500
139th Hahli 1-1 .500
139th Heel Navi 1-1 .500
139th Yzma 1-1 .500
139th Naraku 1-1 .500
139th Orion Eden 1-1 .500
139th Jaller 1-1 .500
139th Jabberwocky 1-1 .500
139th Jabberwock 1-1 .500
139th Walter White 1-1 .500
139th Yoshimitsu 1-1 .500
139th Iggy Koopa 1-1 .500
139th Botis 1-1 .500
139th Pidove 1-1 .500
139th Onoki 1-1 .500
139th Bor 1-1 .500
139th Buizel 1-1 .500
139th Pinsir 1-1 .500
139th Nurse Joy 1-1 .500
139th Clawster 1-1 .500
139th Beleth 1-1 .500
139th Cut Man 1-1 .500
139th Joystick 1-1 .500
139th Duplica 1-1 .500
139th Dragonite 1-1 .500
139th Dark Man 1-1 .500
139th Colossal Boy 1-1 .500
139th Donphan 1-1 .500
139th Ron 1-1 .500
139th Psyduck 1-1 .500
139th Plutonian 2-2 .500
139th Voltron 1-1 .500
139th The Life Virus 4-4 .500
139th Albert 1-1 .500
139th Byakuran 1-1 .500
139th Hewkii 1-1 .500
139th Poseidon (Saint Seiya) 1-1 .500
139th Ruri Hoshino 1-1 .500
139th Reed Wallbeck 1-1 .500
139th Kokuoh 1-1 .500
139th Kokuto 1-1 .500
139th Tommy Noble 1-1 .500
139th Trafalgar Law 1-1 .500
139th Maxwell 1-1 .500
139th Merle Dixon 1-1 .500
139th Mr Zorg 1-1 .500
139th Shuren 1-1 .500
139th Snoopy 1-1 .500
139th Serpent 1-1 .500
139th Yasha 1-1 .500
139th Kongu 1-1 .500
139th Ralph 1-1 .500
139th Staraptor 1-1 .500
139th Black Abbott 1-1 .500
139th Scizor 2-2 .500
139th Scraggy 1-1 .500
139th Seismitoad 1-1 .500
139th Samurott 1-1 .500
139th Rudy 1-1 .500
139th Dartz 1-1 .500
139th Revy 1-1 .500
139th Klonoa 1-1 .500
139th Reptar 1-1 .500
139th Settra The Inperishable 1-1 .500
139th Seymour Redding 1-1 .500
139th The Evil Midnight Bomber 1-1 .500
139th Thunderstrike 1-1 .500
139th Vinnie 1-1 .500
139th Piyon 1-1 .500
139th Pakunoda 1-1 .500
139th Despero 1-1 .500
139th Black Tarantula 1-1 .500
139th Kurenai 1-1 .500
139th Chance 1-1 .500
139th Thornn (Guy) 1-1 .500
139th Daisuke 1-1 .500
139th Dark 1-1 .500
139th Murmur (Mummy) 1-1 .500
139th Alisa Boskonovitch 1-1 .500
139th CC 1-1 .500
139th Nunnally 1-1 .500
139th Slab 1-1 .500
139th Reaper 1-1 .500
139th Artemis 1-1 .500
139th Anita 1-1 .500
139th Deidre 1-1 .500
139th Guren 1-1 .500
139th Iris 1-1 .500
139th Jessie 1-1 .500
139th Galatea 1-1 .500
139th Beta Ray Bill 1-1 .500
139th Star Sapphire 1-1 .500
139th Livewire 1-1 .500
139th Polaris 1-1 .500
139th Big Barda 2-2 .500
139th Umi 1-1 .500
139th Fuu 1-1 .500
139th Lightmaster 1-1 .500
139th Palm 1-1 .500
139th Bluebell 1-1 .500
139th Satana 1-1 .500
139th Malice 1-1 .500
139th Rhedosaurus 1-1 .500
139th Scalphunter 1-1 .500
139th Emboar 1-1 .500
139th Takeshi 1-1 .500
139th Thomas The Tank Engine 1-1 .500
139th Tinker Bell 1-1 .500
139th Enerjak 1-1 .500
139th Goro (MK) 1-1 .500
139th Suzaku 1-1 .500
139th Marrow 1-1 .500
139th White King 1-1 .500
139th Tarot 1-1 .500
139th Ikkaku 1-1 .500
139th Skid (Z) 1-1 .500
139th Sublime 1-1 .500
139th Copperhead (Beam) 1-1 .500
139th Copperhead 1-1 .500
139th Chimera (Joe) 1-1 .500
139th Chimera 1-1 .500
139th Bat 1-1 .500
139th War Wolf 1-1 .500
139th Evil Turtle Bot 1-1 .500
139th Nel 1-1 .500
139th Lupa 1-1 .500
139th Buggy The Clown 1-1 .500
139th Lelouch 1-1 .500
139th Kurse 1-1 .500
139th King Chappa 1-1 .500
139th Krookodile 1-1 .500
139th Kang The Conqueror 1-1 .500
139th Kabutops 1-1 .500
139th Grim Reaper 1-1 .500
139th Great Reaper 1-1 .500
139th Kingler 1-1 .500
139th Albert Alligator 1-1 .500
139th Amber Bailey 1-1 .500
139th Ash Williams 1-1 .500
139th Beheeyem 1-1 .500
139th Big Bird 1-1 .500
139th Captain Magma 2-2 .500
139th Captain Qwark 1-1 .500
139th Charizardtwo 1-1 .500
139th Cyborg Commando 1-1 .500
139th Dark Phantom 1-1 .500
139th Dewey 1-1 .500
139th Diego 1-1 .500
139th Doug 1-1 .500
139th Frylock 1-1 .500
139th Gargoyle 1-1 .500
139th Genkishi 1-1 .500
139th Johnny Cage 1-1 .500
139th Makunouchi Ippo 1-1 .500
139th MC Pee Pants 1-1 .500
139th Mokujin 1-1 .500
139th Pepper Potts 1-1 .500
139th Marco 1-1 .500
139th Professor Impossible 1-1 .500
139th Orko 1-1 .500
139th Yumichika 1-1 .500
139th Ishizu 1-1 .500
139th Kai (MAR) 1-1 .500
139th Ken Kazaki 1-1 .500
139th Vegeta Jr 1-1 .500
139th Arcee 2-2 .500
139th Kid Flash 2-2 .500
139th Alpha 152 1-1 .500
139th Yuffie 1-1 .500
139th May 1-1 .500
139th Trigon 6-6 .500
139th Alien Queen 2-2 .500
139th Love Machine 2-2 .500
139th Firestorm 3-3 .500
139th Eureka 1-1 .500
139th Ruri 1-1 .500
139th Air Man 1-1 .500
139th Whitebeard 1-1 .500
139th Timmy Turner 1-1 .500
139th Oliver Haddo 1-1 .500
139th Dr Rotwang 1-1 .500
139th Color Kid 1-1 .500
139th Dragon D Monkey 1-1 .500
139th Donna Troy 1-1 .500
139th Feathers McGraw 1-1 .500
139th Flaming Carrot 1-1 .500
139th Goddard 1-1 .500
139th Jelly Jiggler 1-1 .500
139th King Kazma 1-1 .500
139th Hayato Furinji 1-1 .500
139th Lavi 1-1 .500
139th Silva Zoldyck 1-1 .500
139th Omega Supreme 1-1 .500
139th Metroplex 1-1 .500
139th Miguel 1-1 .500
139th Grounder 1-1 .500
139th Bandit Keith 2-2 .500
139th Guy Gardner 2-2 .500
139th Papillon 2-2 .500
139th Li 2-2 .500
139th Roadblock (Energon) 2-2 .500
139th Jeri 2-2 .500
139th Whiplash 2-2 .500
139th Saturn Girl 2-2 .500
139th Scourge 2-2 .500
139th Shade 3-3 .500
139th Umi Matsuzaki 1-1 .500
139th Box Ghost 1-1 .500
139th Leo Aiolia 1-1 .500
139th Pesche 1-1 .500
139th Ghost (GOT) 1-1 .500
139th Saito 1-1 .500
139th Officer Trudge 3-3 .500
139th Antivenom 4-4 .500
139th Alien (Skyline Flower Type) 1-1 .500
139th Ares 1-1 .500
139th Faceless Hunter 1-1 .500
139th Smith (Matrix) 1-1 .500
139th Shriek 1-1 .500
139th Metagross 1-1 .500
139th Pharoh Man 1-1 .500
139th Hiruko 1-1 .500
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139th Bubble man 1-1 .500
139th Genyumaru 1-1 .500
139th Stygimoloch 1-1 .500
139th Sharpner 1-1 .500
139th Basho 1-1 .500
139th Decoe 1-1 .500
139th Navarre 1-1 .500
139th Maria 1-1 .500
139th Ukitake 1-1 .500
139th Aqua 1-1 .500
139th Neon 1-1 .500
139th Bionic Bunny 4-4 .500
139th Predaking 1-1 .500
139th Tarantula (Animal) 2-2 .500
139th Gajeel 1-1 .500
139th Robin (Jason) 3-3 .500
139th Mugino 2-2 .500
139th Littlefoot 1-1 .500
139th Michonne 1-1 .500
139th Saten Ruiko 1-1 .500
139th Pohatu 4-4 .500
139th Vezok 1-1 .500
139th Onua 3-3 .500
139th Sven 1-1 .500
139th Coyote Starrk 1-1 .500
139th Muramasa 1-1 .500
139th Chad 2-2 .500
139th Tsukishima 1-1 .500
139th Takato 1-1 .500
139th Stingmon 1-1 .500
139th Arukenimon 1-1 .500
139th Wizardmon 1-1 .500
139th Gatomon 2-2 .500
139th Zhuqiaomon 1-1 .500
139th Belphemon 1-1 .500
139th Seadramon 1-1 .500
139th Mako 1-1 .500
139th Armadillomon 1-1 .500
139th Edward 2-2 .500
139th Alphonse 1-1 .500
139th James Marshall 1-1 .500
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139th Joseph Joestar 2-2 .500
139th Black Bolt 3-3 .500
139th Aoshi 1-1 .500
139th Xavier Quinn 1-1 .500
139th Jinei 1-1 .500
139th Sanosuke 2-2 .500
139th Roxas 1-1 .500
139th Skull Kid 1-1 .500
139th Toon Link 9-9 .500
139th Cranky Kong 1-1 .500
139th Alviss 2-2 .500
139th Fletchling 1-1 .500
139th Darth Bane 1-1 .500
139th Torchman 2-2.500
139th Cloudman 4-4 .500
139th Tomohawkman 5-5 .500
139th Stoneman 7-7 .500
139th Chargeman 5-5 .500
139th Windman 3-3 .500
139th Burnerman 1-1 .500
139th Ice Man 1-1 .500
139th Axl 4-4 .500
139th Colonel X 1-1 .500
139th Mother Brain 1-1 .500
139th Pinkie Pie 1-1 .500
139th Hiruko (Naruto) 1-1 .500
139th Zabuza 2-2 .500
139th Neji 3-3 .500
139th Kiba 1-1 .500
139th Might Guy 1-1 .500
139th Hashirama 1-1 .500
139th Andromeda 2-2 .500
139th Ra Mu 3-3 .500
139th Tauras Fire 1-1 .500
139th Misogi Kumagawa 1-1 .500
139th Sixshot 1-1 .500
139th Rogue Cheney 1-1 .500
139th Yagura 5-5 .500
139th Nebula Lord Dragon 1-1 .500
139th Suicune 1-1 .500
139th Staryu 1-1 .500
139th Owen Grady 1-1 .500
139th Squirtle 4-4 .500
139th Dedenne 1-1 .500
139th Entei 1-1 .500
139th Lapras 1-1 .500
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139th Gigalith 1-1 .500
139th Gliscor 1-1 .500
139th Victor (Pokemon) 1-1 .500
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139th N 1-1 .500
139th Gallade 1-1 .500
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139th Goldeen 3-3 .500
139th Espio 3-3 .500
139th Soul 1-1 .500
139th Horo Horo 2-2 .500
139th Moonface 1-1 .500
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139th Professor Oak 1-1 .500
139th 139th Poliwrath 1-1 .500
139th Gemini Aspros 1-1 .500
139th Carnage 8-8 .500
139th Spirit of Fire 1-1 .500
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139th Blackfire 2-2 .500
139th Ratchet (TF) 1-1 .500
139th Roadblock (Pretender) 1-1 .500
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139th Haku (Spirited Away) 1-1 .500
139th Toriko 2-2 .500
139th Lili (Tekken) 2-2 .500
139th Dark Magician 1-1 .500
139th Skull Knight 1-1 .500
139th Gagaga Girl 1-1 .500
139th Galaxy Eyes Tachyon Dragon 1-1 .500
139th Dean Winchester 1-1 .500
139th Darth Nihilus 1-1 .500
139th Two Headed King Rex 1-1 .500
139th Cable 1-1 .500
139th Rezo 1-1 .500
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139th Griffith 1-1 .500
139th Fei Wang Wong 1-1 .500
139th Arale 1-1 .500
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139th Aldra 1-1 .500
139th Basilisk (Morbius) 1-1 .500
139th Basilisk (European) 1-1 .500
139th Boa Constrictor 1-1 .500
139th Kallen 1-1 .500
139th Chouun Shiryuu 1-1 .500
139th Doris Lang 1-1 .500
139th Chizuru Minamoto 1-1 .500
139th Kurogane 1-1 .500
139th Angel (Girl) 1-1 .500
139th Layer 1-1 .500
139th Shimrra Jamaane 1-1 .500
139th Gorgatron 1-1 .500
139th Chihaya Hiiragi 1-1 .500
139th Biko Daitokuji 1-1 .500
139th Beetle 1-1 .500
139th Shinichi Ozaki 1-1 .500
139th Douglas Gordon 1-1 .500
139th Miwa 1-1 .500
139th Tori (Yugioh) 1-1 .500
139th Asuka 1-1 .500
139th Milan 1-1 .500
139th Asami Sato 1-1 .500
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139th Ace 1-1 .500
139th Larry Koopa 1-1 .500
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139th Omega Glendios 1-1 .500
139th Inkay 1-1 .500
139th Kyurem 1-1 .500
139th Lucius Malfoy 1-1 .500
139th Falco 3-3 .500
139th Darth Sidious 1-1 .500
139th Sasha 1-1 .500
139th Sarah Connor 1-1 .500
139th Ralf Jones 1-1 .500
139th Mr Majestic 1-1 .500
139th Zordon 1-1 .500
139th Erwin 1-1 .500
139th Demigra 1-1 .500
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139th Rinoa Heartilly 1-1 .500
139th Lucy Heartfilia 2-2 .500
139th Leatherback 1-1 .500
139th Clark Still 1-1 .500
139th Clare 1-1 .500
139th Weather Wizard 1-1 .500
139th Jyn Erso 1-1 .500
139th Anakin Solo 1-1 .500
139th Gregory 1-1 .500
139th Jesse Pinkman 1-1 .500
139th Roger Smith 1-1 .500
139th Hyperion 1-1 .500
139th Ageha 1-1 .500
139th Chakravartin 1-1 .500
139th Yoichi 1-1 .500
139th Euryale 1-1 .500
139th L 3-3 .500
139th Serpentor 1-1 .500
139th Lucas 2-2 .500
139th Pyrrha 1-1 .500
139th David Van Driessen 1-1 .500
139th Deoxys 1-1 .500
139th Niskaru Bloodhunter 1-1 .500
139th Hagrid 1-1 .500
139th Plusle 1-1 .500
139th Ereshkigal 1-1 .500
139th Boruto 1-1 .500
139th The Car 1-1 .500
139th Captain Murphy 1-1 .500
139th Captain Nemo 1-1 .500
139th Max Taylor 1-1 .500
139th Slifer The Sky Dragon 1-1 .500
139th Shiho 1-1 .500
139th Nathan Algren 1-1 .500
139th Zoom (Zolomon) 3-3 .500
139th Daniel Turpin 1-1 .500
139th Ken Ichijouji 1-1 .500
139th Shao Kahn 1-1 .500
139th Cardinal Mutchy Mutchy 1-1 .500
139th Dex 3-3 .500
139th Samui 1-1 .500
139th Bulletproof 1-1 .500
139th Luud 1-1 .500
139th CC 1-1 .500
139th Cheesecake 1-1 .500
139th Harpoon 1-1 .500
139th Dakki 1-1 .500
139th Scorpia 1-1 .500
139th Rusty (Acolyte) 1-1 .500
139th Dore 1-1 .500
139th Sabrina 1-1 .500
139th Neiz 1-1 .500
139th Pui Pui 1-1 .500
139th Iroha 1-1 .500
139th Kaileena 1-1 .500
139th Rin Tohsaka 1-1 .500
139th Helena 1-1 .500
139th Tomoe 1-1 .500
139th Number Four 1-1 .500
139th Reina Soho 1-1 .500
139th Anna (Frozen) 1-1 .500
139th Beel 1-1 .500
139th Madoka Kaname 1-1 .500
139th Shinoa 1-1 .500
139th Carl Denham 1-1 .500
139th Tengu Shredder 19-19 .500
139th Green Goblin 7-7 .500
139th Slade 7-7 .500
139th Vineman 4-4 .500
139th Lin Beifong 1-1 .500
139th Tybalt 1-1 .500
139th Cade Yeager 1-1 .500
139th Hillbilly 1-1 .500
139th Ginyu 2-2 .500
139th Duel Sieger 1-1 .500
139th Solomon Grundy 4-4 .500
139th Mercury 1-1 .500
139th Luke Cage 3-3 .500
139th Azula 1-1 .500
139th Drosselmeyer 1-1 .500
139th Rias Gremory 1-1 .500
139th Wimpy 1-1 .500
139th Baloo 1-1 .500
139th Mary Marvel 1-1 .500
139th Big Mac 1-1 .500
139th Pepsiman 1-1 .500
139th Fluttershy 1-1 .500
139th Jedah Dohma 1-1 .500
139th Motoko Kusanagi 1-1 .500
139th Momo 1-1 .500
139th Kino 1-1 .500
139th Terumi Kuchinawa 1-1 .500
139th Bloody Moon Dragon 1-1 .500
139th Toppo 1-1 .500

140th Gamera 19-20 .487

141st Nami 13-14 .481

142nd Zilla 10-11 .476

143rd King Caesar 9-10 .473

144th Kamacuras 8-9 .470

145th Flashman 7-8 .466

146th Flash 6-7 .461
146th Bizarro 6-7 .461

147th Bojack 5-6 .454
147th Bane 5-6 .454
147th Peach 10-12 .454

148th Ring 19-23 .452

149th Rideman 18-22 .450

150th Chrome 4-5 .444
150th Silver 4-5 .444
150th Squirrel Girl 4-5 .444
150th She Hulk 4-5 .444

151st Knightman 18-23 .439

152nd Firestar 7-9 .437
152nd Hunter Steele 7-9 .437
152nd Spawn 7-9 .437

153rd Turboman 17-22 .435
153rd Bowser 17-22 .435

154th Thunderman 3-4 .428
154th Oceanus Shenron 3-4 .428
154th Scorpion (MK) 3-4 .428
154th Diveman 3-4 .428
154th Electro 3-4 .428
154th Sandman 3-4 .428
154th Boo 3-4 .428
154th Han Solo 3-4 .428
154th Tron 3-4 .428
154th Tetsuya Kurodake 3-4 .428
154th Gladiator 3-4 .428
154th Tabuu 3-4 .428
154th Elder God Demonbane 3-4 .428
154th Mikasa 3-4 .428

155th Meddy 17-23 .425
155th Joker 20-27 .425

156th Gateman 18-25 .418

157th Elementman 5-7.416
157th Robin (Tim) 5-7 .416

158th Brook 11-16 .407

159th Mr Fantastic 8-12 .400
159th Ebirah 6-9 .400
159th Alucard (Hellsing) 6-9 .400
159th Darkman 2-3 .400
159th Blizzardman 2-3 .400
159th Hercule 4-6 .400
159th Boba Fett 2-3 .400
159th Marshmallow Man 2-3 .400
159th Haku 2-3 .400
159th Groundman 4-6 .400
159th Terminator 4-6 .400
159th Cancer Bubble 2-3 .400
159th Fire Man 2-3 .400
159th Suigetsu 2-3 .400
159th Nico Robin 4-6 .400
159th Sasori 2-3 .400
159th Kakuzu 2-3 .400
159th Meowth 2-3 .400
159th Dawn 2-3 .400
159th Tails 2-3 .400
159th Amy 2-3 .400
159th Johnny 2-3 .400
159th Black Cat 2-3 .400
159th Lizard 2-3 .400
159th Spiderwoman 2-3 .400
159th Apocalypse 2-3 .400
159th Pyro 2-3 .400
159th Tad 2-3 .400
159th Vector 2-3 .400
159th Yammy 2-3 .400
159th Black Tom Cassidy 2-3 .400
159th Darkside (KH) 2-3 .400
159th Mirage 2-3 .400
159th Kite 2-3 .400
159th Kogu 2-3 .400
159th Sena (Tai Chi) 2-3 .400
159th Fin Fang Foom 2-3 .400
159th Brood Queen 2-3 .400
159th Sylar 4-6 .400
159th Sonya Blade 2-3 .400
159th Storm 2-3 .400
159th Master Mold 2-3 .400
159th Vash The Stampede 2-3 .400
159th Nappa 2-3 .400
159th Spirit (Horse) 2-3 .400
159th Toon Zelda 2-3 .400
159th Wesker 2-3 .400
159th Daffy 2-3 .400
159th Zadkiel 2-3 .400
159th Cosmic Clone 2-3 .400
159th Shosetsu Kirisame 2-3 .400
159th Menos Grande 2-3 .400
159th Level 2 Akuma 2-3 .400
159th Asuna 2-3 .400
159th Ken Masters 2-3 .400
159th The Doctor 2-3 .400

160th Punisher 7-11 .388
160th Sailor Moon 7-11 .388

161st Voldemort 5-8 .384

162nd Mickey Mouse 3-5 .375
162nd Mongul 3-5 .375
162nd Naturon Shenron 3-5 .375
162nd Spica 3-5 .375
162nd Android 13 3-5 .375
162nd Vulture 3-5 .375
162nd Deidara 3-5 .375
162nd Raven 3-5 .375
162nd Hiruzen Sarutobi 3-5 .375
162nd Adam Sharp 3-5 .375
162nd Ino 3-5 .375
162nd Marino 3-5 .375
162nd Daredevil 9-15 .375
162nd Elec Man 3-5 .375

163rd Chaos 4-7 .363
163rd Vengeance 4-7 .363
163rd Little Beeper 4-7 .363
163rd Swordman 4-7 .363
163rd Alex Rider 4-7 .363

164th Blade 5-9 .357

165th Robin (Damian) 6-11 .352

166th King Dedede 7-13 .350
166th DK 7-13 .350

167th Luigi 11-21 .343

168th Hawkgirl 4-8 .333
168th Eve 1-2 .333
168th Grumpy Bear 1-2 .333
168th Moltres 1-2 .333
168th Ghirahim 1-2 .333
168th Ruckus 1-2 .333
168th Celia 1-2 .333
168th Noel Vermillion 1-2 .333
168th Felix Faust 1-2 .333
168th Baby Bonnie Girl 1-2 .333
168th Magneto 3-6 .333
168th Raven (Tekken) 1-2 .333
168th Scorponok 1-2 .333
168th Jack Reacher 1-2 .333
168th Jackknife Dragon 2-4 .333
168th Frank Moses 1-2 .333
168th Duck Hunt Dog 1-2 .333
168th Ursula 1-2 .333
168th Yuna 1-2 .333
168th Ariel 1-2 .333
168th Fang Slade Terrestrial XIII 1-2 .333
168th Derpy 1-2 .333
168th Phantomon 1-2 .333
168th Arm-Fall-Off Man 1-2 .333
168th Amon 1-2 .333
168th Armored Titan 2-4 .333
168th Mermaid Man 2-4 .333
168th Darth Maul 2-4 .333
168th Yajirobe 2-4 .333
168th Dora The Explorer 2-4 .333
168th Nnoitra 1-2 .333
168th Fishbone D 2-4 .333
168th Renji 1-2 .333
168th Saya 1-2 .333
168th Jeice 1-2 .333
168th Recoome 1-2 .333
168th Videl 1-2 .333
168th Fang (FF) 1-2 .333
168th Dr Gero 5-10 .333
168th Angemon 1-2 .333
168th Zeed Millenniummon 1-2 .333
168th Biscuit 1-2 .333
168th Baroness 2-4 .333
168th Kars 1-2 .333
168th Wamuu 1-2 .333
168th Cosmic Mario 1-2 .333
168th Axel 1-2 .333
168th Koopa 3-6 .333
168th Mistman 1-2 .333
168th Maddy 1-2 .333
168th Larkman 2-4 .333
168th Kid Roll 1-2 .333
168th Samus X 1-2 .333
168th Ace (One Piece) 1-2 .333
168th Hinata 1-2 .333
168th Alakazam 1-2 .333
168th Infernape 1-2 .333
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168th Arbok 1-2 .333
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168th Noctowl 1-2 .333
168th Killer Bee 1-2 .333
168th Temari 1-2 .333
168th Manaphy 1-2 .333
168th Yellow 1-2 .333
168th Golem 1-2 .333
168th Bulbasaur 1-2 .333
168th Nidoqueen 1-2 .333
168th Phoenix Ikki 1-2 .333
168th Brock 1-2 .333
168th Snorlax 1-2 .333
168th Gwen Stacy 1-2 .333
168th Dhalsim 1-2 .333
168th Lady Octopus 1-2 .333
168th Hobgoblin 4-8 .333
168th Alpha (Spiderman) 1-2 .333
168th Master of Games 1-2 .333
168th Sunny 1-2 .333
168th Coco 1-2 .333
168th Starscream (Unicron) 1-2 .333
168th Optimus Primal 1-2 .333
168th Michelangelo 1-2 .333
168th Overlord 1-2 .333
168th Roulette (TF) 1-2 .333
168th Elder Toguru 1-2 .333
168th Super Adaptoid 1-2 .333
168th Dracula (Batman) 2-4 .333
168th Mecha Knuckles 1-2 .333
168th Purna 1-2 .333
168th Shirai Kuroko 1-2 .333
168th Sharktopus 4-8 .333
168th Black Canary 2-4 .333
168th Ender Dragon 3-6 .333
168th Count Olaf 2-4 .333
168th Epona 1-2 .333
168th Megaman Trigger 1-2 .333
168th Dr Psyche 1-2 .333
168th Blanka 1-2 .333
168th Khazrak The One Eye 1-2 .333
168th Firelord 2-4 .333
168th Juri 1-2 .333
168th X 23 2-4 .333
168th Tom 1-2 .333
168th Brainiac 1-2 .333
168th Hela 1-2 .333
168th Primid 1-2 .333
168th Superman Prime 2-4 .333
168th Abomination 3-6 .333
168th X Cutioner 1-2 .333
168th Absorbing Man 1-1 .333
168th Altair 1-2 .333
168th Largo 1-2 .333
168th Phanto 2-4 .333
168th Bouldergeist 2-4 .333
168th Static Shock 2-4 .333
168th Static (Marvel) 1-2 .333
168th Catseye (DC) 1-2 .333
168th Super Skrull 1-2 .333
168th Reborn 1-2 .333
168th Serah 1-2 .333
168th Sephiria 1-2 .333
168th Franklin Richards 1-2 .333
168th Magma (Spider Riders) 1-2 .333
168th General Rilldo 1-2 .333
168th Krypto 1-2 .333
168th Zangief 1-2 .333
168th Utrominator 1-2 .333
168th Madame Hydra 1-2 .333
168th Count Vertigo 1-2 .333
168th Princess Pride 1-2 .333
168th Jun The Swan 1-2 .333
168th Miss Arrow 1-2 .333
168th Gin Ichimaru 1-2 .333
168th Ann Zap 1-2 .333
168th Brood 1-2 .333
168th Kidomaru 2-4 .333
168th Tarantulas 1-2 .333
168th Moon Knight 1-2 .333
168th Daddy Long Legs 1-2 .333
168th Doc Samson 1-2 .333
168th Sentinel 1-2 .333
168th Emperor Ing 1-2 .333
168th Pirozhki 1-2 .333
168th Poison Ivy 2-4 .333
168th Killer Frost 1-2 .333
168th Terrax 1-2 .333
168th Kim Possible 1-2 .333
168th Living Laser 1-2 .333
168th Nights 1-2 .333
168th Shadow Queen 1-2 .333
168th Rangiku 1-2 .333
168th Lady Sif 1-2 .333
168th Chimera (Cap) 1-2 .333
168th Storm Shadow 1-2 .333
168th Samantha 1-2 .333
168th Dr Satan 1-2 .333
168th Roadblock 1-2 .333
168th Sebastien Michelis 1-2 .333
168th Dust 1-2 .333
168th Vanessa Z 1-2 .333
168th Alaskan Bullworm 1-2 .333
168th Andromeda Shun 1-2 .333
168th Black Beauty 1-2 .333
168th Dragon Sky 1-2 .333
168th Hatchiyack 1-2 .333
168th Nightmare (Marvel) 1-2 .333
168th Luna Platz 1-2 .333
168th Matoro 1-2 .333
168th Omega Red 2-4 .333
168th Gamma 2-4 .333
168th Haruyuki 1-2 .333
168th Metamorpho 1-2 .333
168th Tahnok Kal 1-2 .333
168th Tania 1-2 .333
168th Phantom Blot 1-2 .333
168th Nathan Drake 1-2 .333
168th Thel Vadam 1-2 .333
168th Yoshi 7-14 .333
168th Adam Warlock 2-4 .333
168th Doc Brown 1-2 .333
168th Rouge 3-6 .333
168th Ramrod 1-2 .333
168th Tsurugi Momotaro 1-2 .333
168th Sugarman 1-2 .333
168th Wendigo 1-2 .333
168th Giratina 1-2 .333
168th Atticus 1-2 .333
168th April 1-2 .333
168th Chrom 1-2 .333
168th Anaconda 1-2 .333
168th King K Rool 1-2 .333
168th Meta Knight 6-12 .333
168th Gambit 2-4 .333
168th Sophitia 1-2 .333
168th Discord 1-2 .333
168th Mata Nui 1-2 .333
168th Ra’s Al Ghul 1-2 .333
168th Annie Leonhart 1-2 .333
168th Sue Ellen 1-2 .333
168th Indominus Rex 1-2 .333
168th Atrocitus 1-2 .333
168th Neuro 1-2 .333
168th Unicorn 1-2 .333
168th Ego 1-2 .333
168th Man Bat 1-2 .333
168th Cattleya 1-2 .333
168th Light 5-10 .333
168th Beyonder 2-4 .333
168th Rosemarie Hathaway 1-2 .333
168th Gregor Clegane 1-2 .333
168th Zatanna 1-2 .333
168th Deathgaze Dragon 1-2 .333
168th Pyron 1-2 .333
168th Fludd 1-2 .333
168th Korvac 1-2 .333
168th Pidgey 1-2 .333
168th Basilisk 1-2 .333
168th Leader 4-8 .333

169th Robin (Fire Emblem) 7-15 .318

170th Bowlman 13-28 .317

171st Mephisto 6-13 .315
171st Jason Voorhees 6-13 .315

172nd Gutsman 5-11 .312

173rd Gorilla Grodd 4-9 .307

174th Thing 7-16 .304

175th Topman 12-28 .300
175th Colossal Titan 3-7 .300
175th Steel Massimo 3-7 .300
175th Flatman 3-7 .300
175th Yamcha 3-7 .300
175th Airman 3-7 .300
175th Hatman 12-28 .300
175th Smaug 3-7 .300
175th Demogoblin 3-7 .300
175th Elsa 3-7 .300
175th Shademan 3-7 .300

176th Manthing 2-5 .285
176th Freddy Krueger 6-15 .285
176th Real Black Widow 2-5 .285
176th Kamina 4-10 .285
176th Shadowman 2-5 .285
176th Lugia 2-5 .285
176th Aang 2-5 .285
176th Inuyasha 2-5 .285
176th Jubilee 2-5 .285
176th Speed Racer 2-5 .285
176th Ronan The Accuser 2-5 .285
176th Lucifer 2-5 .285
176th Salt 2-5 .285
176th Madeline 2-5 .285
176th Plasticman 2-5 .285

177th Cutman 11-28 .282

178th Normal Navi 11-29 .275

179th Wily 3-8 .272
179th Planetman 3-8 .272
179th Barney 3-8 .272
179th Storm Trooper 3-8 .272

180th Leonardo 4-11 .266
180th Santa Clause 4-11 .266
180th Fred 4-11 .266

181st Jammingman 10-28 .263

182nd Stegosaurus 1-3 .250
182nd Mary Moo Cow 1-3 .250
182nd Sailor Mercury 2-6 .250
182nd Beast 3-9 .250
182nd Nightmare 1-3 .250
182nd Silver Sonic 1-3 .250
182nd Tokine 1-3 .250
182nd Jolly Green Giant 1-3 .250
182nd Para Goomba 1-3 .250
182nd Shy Guy 3-9 .250
182nd Dumbledore 1-3 .250
182nd Yellow Devil 1-3 .250
182nd Sai 1-4 .250
182nd Shikamaru 1-3 .250
182nd Jugo 1-3 .250
182nd Pichu 1-3 .250
182nd Magikarp 1-3 .250
182nd Mirage (Spiderman) 1-3 .250
182nd Mary Jane 1-3 .250
182nd Lugnut Supreme 1-3 .250
182nd Airachnid 1-3 .250
182nd Mirage (Vehicon) 1-3 .250
182nd Mirage (Energon) 1-3 .250
182nd Mirage (Autobot) 1-3 .250
182nd Nightcrawler 1-3 .250
182nd Starscream 2-6 .250
182nd Demolition Man 1-3 .250
182nd Sartorius 1-3 .250
182nd Johnny Bravo 1-3 .250
182nd Kagemaru 1-3 .250
182nd Kraken 2-6 .250
182nd Captain Underpants 1-3 .250
182nd Shang Tsung 1-3 .250
182nd Didact 1-3 .250
182nd Hellboy 1-3 .250
182nd Eternity 1-3 .250
182nd Molten man 1-3 .250
182nd Zeus 1-3 .250d
182nd Nate The Great 2-6 .250
182nd Etrigan 1-4 .250
182nd Executioner 1-3 .250
182nd Shadow (KH) 1-3 .250
182nd Iron Monger 1-3 .250
182nd Lochness Monster 1-3 .250
182nd Lady Deathstrike 1-3 .250
182nd Question 1-3 .250
182nd Mai 1-3 .250
182nd Captain Planet 1-3 .250
182nd Tokiko 1-3 .250
182nd Crow 1-3 .250
182nd Zarbon 1-3 .250
182nd Cubot 1-3 .250
182nd Donha 1-3 .250
182nd Toad (Marvel) 1-4 .250
182nd Baron Zemo (12th) 1-4 .250
182nd Mojo 1-3 .250
182nd Donald 1-3 .250
182nd Wall E 1-3 .250
182nd Barbarus 1-3 .250
182nd Laserdisc Guardian 1-3 .250
182nd Steve Trevor 1-3 .250
182nd General Zod 1-3 .250
182nd Polly Pocket 1-3 .250
182nd Coraline 1-3 .250
182nd Agent Bob 1-3 .250
182nd Alice 1-3 .250
182nd Shuma Gorath 1-3 .250
182nd Voltorb 1-30 .250
182nd Edward (Twilight) 1-3 .250
182nd Predator 5-15 .250
182nd Sailor Jupiter 1-3 .250
182nd Dabura 1-3 .250
182nd Slug 1-3 .250
182nd Mr Freeze 1-3 .250
182nd Pegasus 1-3 .250
182nd Papa Lazarou 1-3 .250
182nd Ned Ryerson 1-3 .250
182nd Elastic Waistband 2-6 .250
182nd Connor 1-3 .250
182nd Shark 3-9 .250
182nd Bubbleman 3-9 .250
182nd Circusman 1-3 .250
182nd Harpnote 1-3 .250
182nd Android 14 1-3 .250
182nd Leviamon 1-3 .250
182nd Dr Wheelo 1-3 .250
182nd Bowser Jr 1-3 .250
182nd Fenfir (Myth) 1-3 .250

183rd Marth 5-16 .238

184th Hawkman 3-10 .230
184th Harley Quinn 3-10 .230

185th Balki Bartokomous 5-17 .227

186th Kendoman 2-7 .222
186th Scarlet Witch 2-7 .222
186th Frosty The Snowman 2-7 .222
186th Angel 2-7 .222
186th Cinnamon 2-7 .222
186th Noodleman 8-28 .222
186th Dustman 2-7 .222
186th Android 19 2-7 .222
186th Choomba 2-7 .222
186th Jiraiya 2-7 .222
186th Tony Tony Chopper 2-7 .222
186th Snake 2-7 .222
186th Luke Skywalker 2-7 .222

187th King Kong 11-39 .220

188th Antman 3-11 .214
188th Hawkeye 3-11 .214

189th Spirit Drinker 1-4 .200
189th Professor X 1-4 .200
189th Green Arrow 1-4 .200
189th Peewee Piranha 1-4 .200
189th Batgirl 1-4 .200
189th Drillmach 2-8 .200
189th Fridgeman 1-4 .200
189th Slashman 2-8 .200
189th Android 15 1-4 .200
189th Shenron 1-4 .200
189th Porunga 1-4 .200
189th Gamora 2-8 .200
189th Jotaro Kujo 1-4 .200
189th Level 1 Akuma 1-4 .200
189th Tayuya 1-4 .200
189th Konohamaru 1-4 .200
189th Squid 1-4 .200
189th Totodile 1-4 .200
189th Shadow Cat 1-4 .200
189th Dragon 1-4 .200
189th Zombie 1-4 .200
189th Blackout 1-4 .200
189th Mr Miracle 1-4 .200
189th Bido 1-4 .200
189th Vertigo 1-4 .200
189th Loki 1-4 .200
189th Steelix 1-4 .200
189th Sauron (LOTR) 1-4 .200
189th Forge 1-4 .200
189th Libra Scales 1-4 .200
189th Nick Fury 1-4 .200
189th Terra (TT) 1-4 .200
189th Mandarin 1-4 .200
189th Diano 1-4 .200
189th Liu Kang 2-8 .200
189th Mystique 1-4 .200
189th Skeletor 1-4 .200
189th Sailor Venus 1-4 .200
189th Guldo 1-4 .200
189th Sarah Kerrigan 1-4 .200
189th Spock 1-4 .200

190th Larry Appleton 6-25 .193

191st Glyde 7-32 .179

192nd Villager 4-19 .173

193rd Harry Potter 5-24 .172

194th Noboru Kodo 1-5 .166
194th Luke Benson 1-5 .166
194th Tatsumi 1-5 .166
194th Melkor 1-5 .166
194th Daniel Larusso 1-5 .166
194th Jack Sparrow 4-20 .166
194th Spongebob 2-10 .166
194th Tripod 2-10 .166
194th Nina Williams 1-5 .166
194th King Bob Omb 1-5 .166
194th Penguin (Animal) 1-5 .166
194th Crab 1-5 .166
194th Allosaurus 2-10 .166
194th Carnotour 1-5 .166
194th Praying Mantis 1-5 .166
194th Ankylosaurus 1-5 .166
194th Orihime 1-5 .166
194th Falcon 1-5 .166
194th Snakeman 1-5 .166
194th Sparkman 1-5 .166
194th Spoutman 1-5 .166
194th Hidan 1-5 .166
194th Gardevoir 1-5 .166
194th Morbius 1-5 .166
194th Black Dynamite 1-5 166
194th Cam Jansen 1-5 .166
194th Waddle Doo 1-5 .166
194th Jet 1-5 .166
194th Sabretooth 1-5 .166
194th Kushina 1-5 .166
194th Red Skull 1-5 .166
194th Yeti 1-5 .166
194th Nancy Drew 3-15 .166
194th Elecktra 1-5 .166
194th Hedorah 1-5 .166

195th Wario 6-31 .162

196th Arthur 3-16 .157

197th Rocketman 6-33 .153
197th Beast Boy 2-11 .153
197th T Rex 2-11 .153

198th Rocky Balboa 1-6 .142
198th Thunder Birdo 1-6 .142
198th Rhino 1-6 .142
198th Raccoon 1-6 .142
198th Bulma 1-6 .142
198th Alien 3-18 .142
198th Space Dandy 2-12 .142
198th Living Tribunal 1-6 .142
198th Esdeath 2-12 .142
198th Lampshade Spider 1-6 .142
198th Haze Shenron 1-6 .142
198th King Goomba 1-6 .142
198th Minya 1-6 .142
198th Lara Croft 1-6 .142
198th Raptor 1-6 .142
198th Giant Octopus 1-6 .142
198th Air Bud 1-6 .142
198th Ronald McDonald 1-6 .142
198th Jonah Hex 1-6 .142
198th Ryohei 1-6 .142
198th Shocker 1-6 .142
198th Chi Chi 1-6 .142
198th Hannah Montana 1-6 .142
198th II Piantissimo 1-6 .142
198th Kraven 1-6 .142
198th Plankton 1-6 .142
198th Bigfoot 1-6 .142
198th Inspector Gadget 1-6 .142
198th Elongatedman 1-6 .142
198th Mr Popo 1-6 .142
198th Minnie Mouse 1-6 .142
198th Silver Samurai 1-6 .142

199th Johnny Ohm 3-20 .130

200th Green Crusher Militaryman 5-34 .128

201st Captain Kirk 13-89 .127

202nd Carmen Sandiego 1-7 .125
202nd Scooby Doo 3-21 .125
202nd Eraseman 1-7 .125
202nd Rocket Raccoon 1-7 .125
202nd Francine 1-7 .125
202nd Catherine Frensky 1-7 .125
202nd Mr Game and Watch 1-7 .125
202nd Gokudera 1-7 .125
202nd Dr Manhattan 1-7 .125
202nd Usopp 1-7 .125
202nd Catwoman 1-7 .125
202nd Michael Myers 1-7 .125
202nd Tuxedo Mask 2-14 .125

203rd Chunk 6-43 .122

204th Dracula 2-16 .111
204th Imhotep 2-16 .111
204th Jack Frost 1-8 .111
204th Turkey 2-16 .111
204th Ethan Hunt 1-8 .111
204th Alien (Battle LA) 1-8 .111
204th DW 1-8 .111
204th Ant 2-16 .111
204th Pan 1-8 .111
204th Jigsaw Jones 1-8 .111
204th Dark Bunny 1-8 .111

205th Pink Crusher Militaryman 4-35 .102

206th Wasp 1-9 .100
206th Thumbelina (DC) 1-9 .100
206th Riddler 1-9 .100
206th Kingpin 1-9 .100
206th Grasshopper 1-9 .100
206th Goomba 1-9 .100

207th Master Roshi 2-19 .095

208th Yosemite Sam 1-10 .090
208th Giant Condor 1-10 .090

209th Daken 8-82 .088

210th Bones 2-21 .086

211th Cache 1-11 .083
211th Clockman 1-11 .083

212th Brontosaurus 1-12 .076
212th Shaggy 2-24 .076
212th Leagueman 3-36 .076
212th Sin Eater 1-12 .076
212th Hange 1-12 .076

213th Diddy Kong 1-13 .071

214th Presence 1-14 .066

215th Olimar 1-15 .062

216th James Bond 6-101 .056

217th Longshot 1-18 .052

218th Shiningman 2-37 .051

219th Waluigi 1-19 .050

220th Robin Hood 3-72 .040
220th Howard Aguello 1-24 .040

221st Lubba 1-26 .037

222nd Indiana Jones 1-38 .025
222nd Greenman 1-39 .025

223rd One Above All 4-176 .022

224th Silk 1-45 .021

All of the 0-1 fighters are tied for 225th.

Madam Mim 0-1
Uncle Fester 0-1
Wind Fairy Silph 0-1
Katara 0-1
Asriel 0-1
Severus Snape 0-1
Ribrianne 0-1
Accelerated Ninja Hayate 0-1
Leprechaun 0-1
P’Li 0-1
Shining Knight 0-1
Salacious B. Crumb 0-1
Alexis Rhodes 0-1
Dragowizard Qinus Axia 0-1
Kenny Ackerman 0-1
Great Priest 0-1
Zeno 0-1
Mater 0-1
Armorknight Ogre 0-1
The Crusader 0-1
Newt Scamander 0-1
Raistlin Majere 0-1
Jenny Foxworth 0-1
Tsukune Aono 0-1
Rainbow Mika 0-1
The Great Devourer 0-1
Samuel Rodrigues 0-1
Hou-Ting 0-1
Raava 0-1
Tutinax 0-1
King Reiss 0-1
Barristan Selmy 0-1
Monaka 0-1
King Louie 0-1
Ungoliant 0-1
Anti Electric 0-1
Doctor Poison 0-1
Zara 0-1
Crimson Centipede 0-1
Kanahebi 0-1
Cheese Sandwich 0-1
Tsurugi Takihara 0-1
Areus 0-1
Kyoshi 0-1
Phinxs 0-1
Darkwing Duck 0-1
Demon Lord Gagnar 0-1
Armorknight Demon 0-1
Egg Fu 0-1
Inversion 0-1
Queen Badra 0-1
Iron Claw 0-1
Angle Man 0-1
Fireworks Man 0-1
Nick Morton 0-1
Jacob 0-1
Tsukikage 0-1
Hannibal Lecter 0-1
Lisbeth 0-1
Death Gun 0-1
X’rphan 0-1
Lizardman Lord 0-1
Silica 0-1
Takuro Nakai 0-1
Stripe 0-1
Jottun Runelord 0-1
Kai (Legend of Korra) 0-1
Elliot Stabler 0-1
Umbra 0-1
Bi Beast 0-1
Thundra 0-1
Azathoth 0-1
Bolin 0-1
Death Ruler: Curse 0-1
Reshiram 0-1
Carl Johnson 0-1
Ancient Pistol 0-1
John Marston 0-1
Suyin Beifong 0-1
Phantom 0-1
Monsoon 0-1
Sparkleface 0-1
Ezekiel 0-1
Bass (100 Bullets) 0-1
Frost Giant Hrimthurs 0-1
Khyber 0-1
Elric of Melniboné 0-1
Falstaff 0-1
Dominic Toretto 0-1
Ancient Leanashe 0-1
Paddington 0-1
Deku 0-1
Minun 0-1
Gadflow 0-1
Ironing Man 0-1
E.T. 0-1
Adonis 0-1
Anomander Rake 0-1
Belt 0-1
Black 0-1
Karsa Orlong 0-1
El Quixote 0-1
Fighting Dragon Demongodol 0-1
Rerun 0-1
Mirio 0-1
Bahamut ZERO 0-1
Tom Anderson 0-1
Kaulder 0-1
Jon Snow 0-1
Mikaboshi 0-1
Kharis 0-1
Eugene The Jeep 0-1
Thailog 0-1
Mole Man (Escaflowne) 0-1
Megaman (Marvel) 0-1
Boo Boo Bear 0-1
Daniel Sousa 0-1
Maximum 0-1
Tyrion Lannister 0-1
Jack Harper 0-1
Kyouma Mabuchi 0-1
Loser 0-1
Balor 0-1
Set 0-1
The Inquisitor 0-1
Thomas (Maze Runner) 0-1
Bubbles 0-1
Frieda Reiss 0-1
Soma Cruz 0-1
Noctis 0-1
Olaf (Frozen) 0-1
John Connor 0-1
Tsotha-Lanti 0-1
Caine Wise 0-1
Harry Tasker 0-1
Thunderwing 0-1
Super Armordragon Galvanic Feather Dragon 0-1
Hanna Heller 0-1
Shinobu 0-1
Uiharu 0-1
Andrew Detmer 0-1
Honey 0-1
Robin (Animal) 0-1
Wolf (Animal) 0-1
Dilophosaurus 0-1
Mr Ratburn 0-1
Halberd Dragon 0-1
Fern 0-1
Ymir (Attack on Titan) 0-1
Jean 0-1
Weapon X 0-1
Robin (Carrie) 0-1
Batgirl (Wilson) 0-1
Whenua 0-1
Onewa 0-1
Karin (Bleach) 0-1
Whamon 0-1
Dokugumon 0-1
Andromon 0-1
Terriermon 0-1
Lady Devimon 0-1
Azulongmon 0-1
Kimeramon 0-1
Android 19000 0-1
Invisible Man 0-1
Aooni Konmae 0-1
Charlie McGee 0-1
Mecha Koopa 0-1
Uvogin 0-1
Medusa (FF) 0-1
Gary (Scooby Doo) 0-1
Benson Fuhrman 0-1
Scrappy Doo 0-1
Danny Darrow 0-1
Grandma Moonbeam 0-1
Phantom Virus 0-1
Daniel Prezette 0-1
Akaone Konmae 0-1
Jabu Jabu 0-1
King Zora 0-1
Rauru 0-1
King Harkinian 0-1
Bokoblin 0-1
Betrayus 0-1
Kaonashi 0-1
Demona 0-1
Mimi (Mario) 0-1
Betty Brant 0-1
Frederick Foswell 0-1
Eru Iluvatar 0-1
Eddy Gordo 0-1
Scrapheap 0-1
Chromedome 0-1
Smough 0-1
Rush EXE 0-1
Elisa 0-1
Cygnus Wing 0-1
V Rex 0-1
Richard Trager 0-1
Fu (Naruto) 0-1
Racer X 0-1
Shino 0-1
Gaav 0-1
Klein 0-1
Kankuro 0-1
Konan 0-1
Muramasa (Pokemon) 0-1
Cassandra (Pokemon) 0-1
Daisy (Pokemon) 0-1
Joe (Pokemon) 0-1
Eve (Pokemon) 0-1
Melvin (Pokemon) 0-1
Giselle (Pokemon) 0-1
Ninetails (Pokemon) 0-1
Bucky (Pokemon) 0-1
Ramona (Pokemon) 0-1
Floronic Man 0-1
Professor Banner 0-1
Abidos The Third 0-1
Leafa 0-1
Paarthurnax 0-1
Harry Osborn 0-1
Grizzly (Spiderman) 0-1
Spiderman (Miles) 0-1
Green Goblin (3) 0-1
Goblin (Unlimited) 0-1
Wolf 0-1
Li Ho 0-1
Valkyrie Cain 0-1
Death (Supernatural) 0-1
Lucifer (Supernatural) 0-1
Megatron 2 0-1
Sam Witwicky 0-1
Starscream (Beast) 0-1
Jeff 0-1
Systematic Dagger Dragon 0-1
Tori (Yugioh) 0-1
Ogudomon 0-1
Gagaga Magician 0-1
Great Moth 0-1
Rally 0-1
Sam Winchester 0-1
Locust (3000) 0-1
Kunimitsu 0-1
Hugo Strange 0-1
Locust 0-1
Syrus 0-1
Strawberry Shortcake 0-1
Nightshroud 0-1
John Anderton 0-1
Isabelle 0-1
Pooka 0-1
Riki 0-1
Extreme Sword Dragon 0-1
Coeval 0-1
Emperor of Mankind 0-1
Viridi 0-1
Seishiro 0-1
Zing Huo 0-1
Duck 0-1
Zelgadis 0-1
Atoq Navarro 0-1
Nadine Ross 0-1
Asav 0-1
Talbot 0-1
Necroface 0-1
Eri Haruue 0-1
Touya Kamijou 0-1
Himekawa 0-1
Jillas 0-1
Gravos Mauntopp 0-1
Filia 0-1
Robert 0-1
Robert Baratheon 0-1
Orco 0-1
Marine 0-1
The Other 0-1
Howard X Miller 0-1
Howard The Duck 0-1
Doll Chimera 0-1
Red Luma 0-1
Howl 0-1
Lord Gwyn 0-1
Titanite Demon 0-1
Kiritsugu 0-1
5 Volt 0-1
Ted Theodore Logan 0-1
Starman 0-1
The High 0-1
Todd Alquist 0-1
Tycho (UESC) 0-1
Unggoy 0-1
Vijaya 0-1
Vranx 0-1
Walter White Jr 0-1
Wanze 0-1
X 0-1
Z 0-1
Zaius 0-1
Whirlwind 0-1
Zatch Bell 0-1
Zenjiro Kasai 0-1
Zira 0-1
NKVDemon 0-1
Eel (DC) 0-1
Efreet 0-1
Elain Belloc 0-1
Dillon 0-1
Duncan MacLeod 0-1
Cornelius 0-1
Crumplezone 0-1
Colonel Hicks 0-1
Colonel Radec 0-1
Chika Tanaka 0-1
Blue Luma 0-1
Bonetail 0-1
Brik 0-1
Caesar Clown 0-1
Carlos Alvarez 0-1
Charles Bishop Weyland 0-1
Big Guy (Robot) 0-1
Audrey Timmonds 0-1
Anti Man 0-1
Alexa Woods 0-1
Taizo Hori 0-1
Takamaru 0-1
Scrapper 0-1
Fairy Queen 0-1
Fatality 0-1
Forrest Gump 0-1
Frank Underwood 0-1
Fujin 0-1
George Taylor 0-1
Gloomtail 0-1
Graf Toren 0-1
Greg Jenko 0-1
Grifter 0-1
Hacker 0-1
Hammer Bro 0-1
Hank Schrader 0-1
Hit Girl 0-1
Iggy 0-1
Jago 0-1
Jakita 0-1
Jane (Ender’s Game) 0-1
Jeremy 0-1
Joel 0-1
Joey Tribbiani 0-1
Johan Liebert 0-1
Julie Pierce 0-1
Omni Man 0-1
Orne 0-1
Rachel Green 0-1
Morton Schmidt 0-1
Moth Man 0-1
Motherboard 0-1
Nabbit 0-1
Nanami Ota 0-1
Nick Tatopoulos 0-1
Kamek 0-1
Keenan 0-1
Kurata 0-1
Lau Wong 0-1
Launch Octopus 0-1
Leela (UESC) 0-1
Lord Crump 0-1
Mac Radner 0-1
Marie Schrader 0-1
Maul 0-1
Ralph Hinkley 0-1
Rawk Hawk 0-1
Ryoko Asakura 0-1
Saltwater Crocodile 0-1
Crocodile Dundee 0-1
Shalla Bal 0-1
Sicks 0-1
Kylo Ren 0-1
Silk (Marvel) 0-1
Sir Grodus 0-1
Skyler White 0-1
Snow Flame 0-1
Spark Mandrill 0-1
Stegron 0-1
Strong Arm 0-1
Swordswoman 0-1
Dorry 0-1
Dr Cockroach 0-1
Dr Neo Cortex 0-1
Dr Orpheus 0-1
Dr Wiseman 0-1
Droom 0-1
Effigy 0-1
Ephraim 0-1
Evil Star 0-1
Face Thief 0-1
Farmer Brown 0-1
Fernando 0-1
Flood (Carrier) 0-1
Foster 0-1
Fire Leo 0-1
Gato 0-1
Gomess 0-1
Guru 0-1
Gypsy Danger 0-1
Hachi 0-1
Hades 0-1
Heimdall 0-1
Hellcat 0-1
Hoggoth 0-1
Human Flame 0-1
Hyperion (Final Fantasy) 0-1
Ageha Gokuraku 0-1
Ikura Maki 0-1
Jinx 0-1
Jirass 0-1
Jake 0-1
Jasmine (Viewtiful Joe) 0-1
Kil’jaeden 0-1
Klaw 0-1
Koji 0-1
Kuina 0-1
Kuroobi 0-1
Lakitu 0-1
Kani Maki 0-1
Johnny (One Piece) 0-1
Kenzo 0-1
Kissu 0-1
Le Bete Noir 0-1
Ledian 0-1
Maverick 0-1
Maya Hansen 0-1
Medaka 0-1
Logan Carter 0-1
Lord of The Coast 0-1
Louis 0-1
Maguro Maki 0-1
Maisy 0-1
Malachi 0-1
Mallen 0-1
Marie 0-1
Mario Auditore 0-1
Mother May Eye 0-1
Mr 9 0-1
Mr Haney 0-1
Mr Shadow 0-1
Muth 0-1
Myoga 0-1
Miki 0-1
Siri Tachi 0-1
Milton 0-1
Misdreavus 0-1
Mohji 0-1
Molecule Man 0-1
Monoeye 0-1
Megatak 0-1
Algol 0-1
Alligator 0-1
Andross 0-1
Ange Ushiromiya 0-1
Annihilator (Carl) 0-1
Anti Monitor 0-1
Arisia 0-1
Arnold Stromwell 0-1
Arthur Reeves 0-1
Atlas (DC) 0-1
Jiji 0-1
Baby Doll 0-1
Battler Ushiromiya 0-1
Batwing 0-1
Beatrice 0-1
Bedtime Bear 0-1
Ben Clark 0-1
Bernkastel 0-1
Bibi Love 0-1
Billy 0-1
Blitz Tiger 0-1
Blossom Ruso 0-1
Bob 0-1
Bob (De Blog) 0-1
Brian Griffin 0-1
Bribeclaw 0-1
Cleveland Brown 0-1
Richard Sharpe 0-1
Princess Elena 0-1
Condiment King 0-1
Cosmic Silverback 0-1
Cruella De Vil 0-1
Cyttorak 0-1
Captain Incredible 0-1
Carbonite War Droid 0-1
Cetea 0-1
Chaos Lord 0-1
Chao 0-1
Charon 0-1
Darknut 0-1
David Hoffman 0-1
Dartagnan 0-1
David Rice 0-1
Delphinus Guney 0-1
Desaad 0-1
Diego Montana 0-1
Doctor Bong 0-1
Doodlebob 0-1
Dragon Caesar 0-1
Dragon God 0-1
Dre Parker 0-1
Dylan Sanders 0-1
Earthwalker 0-1
Elf 0-1
Elf Kabala 0-1
Emile Dorian 0-1
Emperor Zurg 0-1
Eon 0-1
Ex Nihilo 0-1
Fafnir 0-1
Featherine Augustus Aurora 0-1
Fiona 0-1
Firecrawler 0-1
Casper 0-1
Francine Langstrom 0-1
General Hardcastle 0-1
General Pepper 0-1
Germs 0-1
Gintoki 0-1
Glover 0-1
Gorn 0-1
Gouki 0-1
Graystripe 0-1
Great Stamp 0-1
Greedy 0-1
Infinite Man 0-1
Bill 0-1
Mike Hagger 0-1
Black Abbot 0-1
Senta 0-1
Sergeant Keroro 0-1
Saxton Hale 0-1
Sarlaac 0-1
Ashitaka 0-1
Samurai 0-1
Kermit 0-1
Professor Ivy 0-1
Queen Gohma 0-1
Race Dunban 0-1
Prince Lumen 0-1
Delia Ketchum 0-1
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Haytham Kenway 0-1
Helen Shivers 0-1
Erik Selvig 0-1
Helmaroc King 0-1
Hiro Kala 0-1
Hobbes 0-1
Hogun 0-1
Imus Champion 0-1
Iron King 0-1
Ixis Naugus 0-1
Janine King 0-1
Jay Solano 0-1
Jesse Custer 0-1
Jonathan Archer 0-1
JP 0-1
Julie James 0-1
Juliette 0-1
Kalle Demos 0-1
Kano 0-1
Commander Gor 0-1
Snagriff 0-1
Kamon Nandaba 0-1
Kapp’n 0-1
Karen O Malley 0-1
Mowgli 0-1
Keegan 0-1
Kelly 0-1
Kryptonite Man 0-1
Laserman 0-1
Little Boy Blue 0-1
Loop Hughes 0-1
Majora 0-1
Master Zik 0-1
Meg 0-1
Meg Griffon 0-1
Megumi Wakamiya 0-1
Mighty 0-1
Molgera 0-1
Moondark 0-1
Mr Little Lake 0-1
Mr Shepherd 0-1
Murkrow 0-1
Nanni 0-1
Naoko Yamada 0-1
Negi Springfield 0-1
Octorok 0-1
Odolwa 0-1
Ogre 0-1
Oknox 0-1
Pahrak Kal 0-1
Randyll Tarly
Parker 0-1
Pea Shooter 0-1
Peepa 0-1
Piranha Jones 0-1
Porcupuffer 0-1
Prongo 0-1
Purple Man 0-1
Qui Gon 0-1
Ray Bronson 0-1
Rayman 0-1
Richard Harland 0-1
Riddick 0-1
Rintarou Okabe 0-1
Roofus 0-1
Rory 0-1
Rotor 0-1
Saint of Killers 0-1
Samurai Jack 0-1
Sandmaargh 0-1
Savage Pan 0-1
Sengoku 0-1
Shayne Yamada 0-1
Shroud 0-1
Oodako 0-1
Orka 0-1
Overmaster 0-1
Access 0-1
Ace Hardlight 0-1
Aeon Flux 0-1
Anguish 0-1
Arielle 0-1
Arnold 0-1
Arnold Schwartzburger 0-1
Aureolus Izzard 0-1
Axonn 0-1
Bailey 0-1
Barnacle Boy 0-1
Basil 0-1
Black Manta 0-1
Black Mask 0-1
Browning 0-1
Carl Wheezer 0-1
Clank 0-1
Click 0-1
Commander Kraken 0-1
Courtney Gears 0-1
Crystal Bailey 0-1
Dai Atlas 0-1
Decreator 0-1
Defensor 0-1
Dino 0-1
Donkey (Shrek) 0-1
Dragon Man 0-1
Drek 0-1
Eagle 0-1
Ed 0-1
Eddie 0-1
Eiji Kikumaru 0-1
El Gigante 0-1
Ellen 0-1
Eric Cartman 0-1
Fei Wong 0-1
Firebrand 0-1
Fleuve 0-1
Floyd Stone 0-1
Fu 0-1
Fuuta 0-1
Gargamel 0-1
Gelaro 0-1
Gemini Man 0-1
Galactic Golem 0-1
Giga Aspis 0-1
Giotto 0-1
Giran 0-1
Grapple 0-1
Griffin 0-1
Grubsnuckers 0-1
Haruka Hikari 0-1
Harigane Onigase 0-1
Haru Miura 0-1
Hivolt 0-1
Hope 0-1
Isahaya 0-1
Kadaj 0-1
Kanata Irie 0-1
Kei Tanishi 0-1
Keldeo 0-1
Kintaro Toyama 0-1
Koga (Medaka Box) 0-1
Kokuo 0-1
Krang 0-1
Kunimitsu Tezuka 0-1
Kunisaki 0-1
Kup 0-1
Ladd Spencer 0-1
Latoya Parker 0-1
Lawrence 0-1
Liza 0-1
Lurerre 0-1
Maaldor 0-1
Madame Muchmoney 0-1
Magnus 0-1
Mammon 0-1
Manhunter 0-1
Mareep 0-1
Mary 0-1
Mazdamundi 0-1
Mr Hyde 0-1
Mr Parker 0-1
Mr Saturn 0-1
Mr Timbertoe 0-1
Munakata 0-1
Nabla Natives 0-1
Nagatha 0-1
Nekron 0-1
Pandora 0-1
Pi Right Ponderer 0-1
Pigeon Man 0-1
Pokey (Gumby) 0-1
Prairie 0-1
Prometheus 0-1
Quagsire 0-1
Death ​Tallica 0-1
Rama Kushna 0-1
Red Mnm 0-1
Rhodan 0-1
Rochelle 0-1
Rufus 0-1
Sakuno Ryuzaki 0-1
Sauron 0-1
Sazh Katzroy 0-1
Seiichi Yukimura 0-1
Shiva 0-1
Hush 0-1
Shoichi Irie 0-1
Shusuke Fuji 0-1
Snubbull 0-1
Snuffleupagus 0-1
Spanner 0-1
Spencer Aimes 0-1
Ken Kaneki 0-1
American Panther 0-1
Starbreaker 0-1
Stilt Man 0-1
Swiper 0-1
Takachiho 0-1
Takamura 0-1
Takeshi Momoshiro 0-1
Pabu 0-1
Tallahassee 0-1
Talwyn Apogee 0-1
Ted Smith 0-1
The Serpent 0-1
Thorgrim Grudgebearer 0-1
Tiny Tina 0-1
Thor (Myth) 0-1
Toxie 0-1
Tsuntsunodanoteiyugo Tsun 0-1
Tyler Durden 0-1
Manwe 0-1
Ultimator 0-1
Weeja Dell 0-1
Wesley Gibson 0-1
Yellow Mnm 0-1
Yuki Nagato 0-1
Zagan 0-1
Yuni 0-1
Yuta Fuji 0-1
Zack 0-1
Zackie 0-1
Zagine Axelox 0-1
Zenkichi 0-1
Grandmaster 0-1
Death (Endless) 0-1
Bob The Builder 0-1
Vanilla Ice 0-1
Funny Valentine 0-1
Bolt 0-1
Black Knight 0-1
Elastigirl 0-1
Alex Mercer 0-1
Amagai 0-1
Atsuko Urameshi 0-1
Valerian 0-1
Acidwire 0-1
Amoeba Man 0-1
Agent J 0-1
Atomic Skull 0-1
Beshimi 0-1
Bob Omb 0-1
Bean 0-1
Coldcast 0-1
Chain Chomp 0-1
Chameleon 0-1
Volstagg 0-1
Utakata 0-1
Ururu 0-1
Ulrich Stern 0-1
Tarantox 0-1
Uhura 0-1
Topmaniac 0-1
Tommy 0-1
Tatsuki 0-1
Suzy 0-1
Chiyo 0-1
Botamo 0-1
Charlie Brown 0-1
Caterpy 0-1
Clevar 0-1
Sinister 0-1
Silver Spooner 0-1
Soldier 0-1
Sorbetti 0-1
Seymour 0-1
Sinon 0-1
Shiki 0-1
Skids (Auto) 0-1
Sherri 0-1
Nanny 2 0-1
Neko 0-1
Mahiro Muto 0-1
Mio Akiyama 0-1
Macon 0-1
Joanna Dark 0-1
Jemmie 0-1
Keira 0-1
Nimrod (DC) 0-1
Fonda 0-1
Flex Mentallo 0-1
Nimrod (Fake) 0-1
Nanny 0-1
William Blake 0-1
Shera 0-1
William Cage 0-1
Maleficent 0-1
Ganthet 0-1
Ch’p 0-1
Sailor Uranus 0-1
Sailor Neptune 0-1
Berthier 0-1
Jafar 0-1
Luke Castellan 0-1
Brutaka 0-1
Heathcliff 0-1
Bumi 0-1
Cthulhu 0-1

All of the 0-2 fighters are tied for 226th

Odin 0-2
Boomerang Dragon 0-2
Cottonmouth 0-2
Impossible Man 0-2
Ragna 0-2
Stannis Baratheon 0-2
Jaco 0-2
Eggman Nega 0-2
Chief Wiggum 0-2
Tulkas 0-2
Hydroman 0-2
Daphne 0-2
Ribitta 0-2
Ponzu 0-2
Neon Nostrade 0-2
Madame Web 0-2
Willow Rosenberg 0-2
Ms Claus 0-2
Katana 0-2
Luna (Hex Girls) 0-2
Inque 0-2
Hisame 0-2
Delia 0-2
Dusk 0-2
Aunt Mito 0-2
Ambush Bug 0-2
Dosu 0-2
Bianca 0-2
Roadblock (Block) 0-2
Starfy 0-2
Weeper 0-2
Enrico Pucci 0-2
Mizuki 0-2
Dr Mindbender 0-2
Gorgeous George 0-2
Arnim Zola 0-2
Captain Keyes 0-2
Black Hat 0-2
Gremlin (Buddyfight) 0-2
Black Hand 0-2
Morro 0-2
Kai (Ronin) 0-2
Johnny Test 0-2
Korath 0-2
Wave 0-2
Hal 9000 0-2
Leon (Resident Evil) 0-2
Hsien Ko 0-2
Ino (Gear) 0-2
Plucky Duck 0-2
Genuine 0-2
Frank Martin 0-2
Dr Myuu 0-2
Dimentio 0-2
Zeena 0-2
Gaimon 0-2
Eel 0-2
Mrs Brief 0-2
Iris (Flash) 0-2
Bon Para 0-2
Ragyo 0-2
Leon (Tiger) 0-2
Worm (Cyber) 0-2
Belvera 0-2
Son Para 0-2
Kamikaze (DC) 0-2
Rem Ram 0-2
Ringer 0-2
Dragoness 0-2
Dr Kochin 0-2
Dom 0-2
Breaker 0-2
Marcus Wright 0-2
Soren 0-2
Valese 0-2
Nemesis Type T 0-2
Shadee 0-2
Nebula 0-2
Mary (Anita Blake) 0-2
Marron 0-2
Gollum 0-2
Scrooge McDuck 0-2
Bass Armstrong 0-2
Destro 0-2
Duke 0-2
Tunnel Rat 0-2
Scarlett 0-2
Groot 0-2
Leorio 0-2
Crystal 0-2
Yamamoto 0-2
Koma 0-2
Sora (Digimon) 0-2
Antman (Scott) 0-2
Piedmon 0-2
Vanille 0-2
Rinslet 0-2
Scarecrow 0-2
Batgirl (Cassandra) 0-2
Miss Sweetwater 0-2
Buster 0-2
Spryte 0-2
Yai 0-2
Wily Exe 0-2
Peter Venkman 0-2
Dino Piranha 0-2
Toadsworth 0-2
Caesar 0-2
Zubat 0-2
Torkoal 0-2
Turtwig 0-2
Tory (Pokemon) 0-2
Menace (Goblin) 0-2
Scorpion 0-2
Leon 0-2
Slippy 0-2
Balerion the Black Dread 0-2
Chocolove 0-2
Helen (Sonic X) 0-2
Storm (Sonic) 0-2
Violet (Pokemon) 0-2
Todd Snap 0-2
Sceptile 0-2
Ruckus (TF) 0-2
Splinter (1980’s) 0-2
Asuka (Tekken) 0-2
Daniel Jackson 0-2
Xiaoyu 0-2
Starscream (Tech) 0-2
Roadblock (Deception) 0-2
Enel 0-2
Dark Beast 0-2
Bastion (Xmen) 0-2
Therestina 0-2
Morrigan 0-2
Gill Man 0-2
Major Victory 0-2
Kilowog 0-2
X Man 0-2
Tristan 0-2
Angron 0-2
Caldina 0-2
Orthrus 0-2
Basilisk (Xmen) 0-2
2 Gun Kid 0-2
Kalavinka Uguisukomachi 0-2
Aguja 0-2
Lei Fang 0-2
Rattlesnake 0-2
Plum 0-2
Charlie Bone 0-2
Yuri 0-2
Asagi 0-2
Dokuro Mitsukai 0-2
Chocolate Misu 0-2
Renee 0-2
Carrie White 0-2
Tower 0-2
Misokatsun 0-2
Moegi 0-2
Tarantula (2) 0-2
Aya Natsume 0-2
Cattleya 0-2
Chii 0-2
Chiharu Shinonome 0-2
Ghostface (Loomis) 0-2
Cinderella 0-2
Gearhead 0-2
Killer Whale 0-2
Mr Terrific 0-2
Flip 0-2
Phoenix Wright 0-2
Ridley (Alien Hunter) 0-2
Ellie 0-2
King Piccolo 0-2
Yamigitsune 0-2
129th Beavis 0-2
Ramsay Bolton 0-2
Overlord (Ninjago) 0-2
Van Helsing 0-2
Kitten 0-2
Roger (American Dad) 0-2
Lucius Fox 0-2
Vandal Savage 0-2
Jackie Brown 0-2
Tiena 0-2
Tempo 0-2
Jidanbo 0-2
Yuko Ichihara 0-2
Scream 0-2
Sangre 0-2
Pudding 0-2
Poison (SF) 0-2
Forearm (Xmen) 0-2
Deathwatch 0-2
Oya 0-2
Larry Talbot 0-2
Bibidi 0-2
Irma 0-2
Kokoro 0-2
Hitomi 0-2
Tanya 0-2
Maria (Queen) 0-2
Rihoko Amaha 0-2
Mini Moon 0-2
Sans 0-2
Popeye 0-2
Bruce (Shark) 0-2
Blood Spider 0-2
Betty Ross 0-2
Syndrome 0-2
Wildcat 0-2
Zeff 0-2
Scourge (Warriors) 0-2
Meiling Li 0-2
Mr Immortal 0-2
Tomoyo 0-2
Toya Kinomoto 0-2
Black Spider 2 0-2
Black Spider 3 0-2
Cassandra Nova 0-2
Cosmo 0-2
Calypso 0-2
Yamato Man 0-2
Trevor Fitzroy 0-2
Jackal 0-2
Morph 0-2
Mrs Mari 0-2
Misa 0-2
Mina 0-2
Pegasus (Greek) 0-2
Blizzard 0-2
King Vegeta 0-2
Ryu (Shaman) 0-2
Saibaman 0-2
Tousen 0-2
Beezus 0-2
Big Guy 0-2
King Bulbin 0-2
Emily Elizabeth 0-2
Jarvis 0-2
Warwolf 0-2
Silver Fox 0-2
Bakken 0-2
Whispy Woods 0-2
Tauros 0-2
Darby 0-2
Hercules 0-2
LeBlanc 0-2
Malice (First) 0-2
Scalphunter (DC) 0-2
Arclight 0-2
Tigershark 0-2
White Rabbit 0-2
Tarot (DC) 0-2
Iguana 0-2
Hammer Head 0-2
Zack (SF) 0-2
Skids 0-2
Sublime (Xmen) 0-2
Strobe (DC) 0-2
Copperhead (Cobra) 0-2
Copperhead (Lawrence) 0-2
Scratch 0-2
Sabata 0-2
Darkrai 0-2
Devil Virus 0-2
Ram (Dead Island) 0-2
Bella (Twilight) 0-2
Wheeljack 0-2
Jill Valentine 0-2
Bulkhead 0-2
Angila 0-2
Paragus 0-2
Talia Al Ghul 0-2
Daryl Dixon 0-2
Capricorn Ionia 0-2
Cepheus 0-2
Cygnus Hyoga 0-2
Borg 0-2
Binolt 0-2
Anthony Zucco 0-2
Abin Sur 0-2
Angela Cross 0-2
Kyoko 0-2
Lal Mirch 0-2
Bianchi 0-2
Exeggutor 0-2
High Father 0-2
Farfetchd 0-2
Gobblegut 0-2
Victini 0-2
Quicksand 0-2
Patrick 0-2
Aerith 0-2
Echidna 0-2
Flying Dutchman 0-2
Girouette 0-2
Hanataro 0-2
Hyuga 0-2
Kathryn Janeway 0-2
Louie 0-2
Kingfin 0-2
Kismet 0-2
Haunter 0-2
Glalie 0-2
Glamdozer 0-2
Gordon Freeman 0-2
Felicia 0-2
Saphira 0-2
Dende 0-2
Yotsuba 0-2
Wackoman 0-2
Iruka 0-2
Orphan Maker 0-2
Fuka 0-2
Larry Trask 0-2
Murmur (Flash) 0-2
Roy (Koopa Kid) 0-2
Botos 0-2
Thornn 0-2
Chance (Girl) 0-2
Crimson Commando 0-2
Catseye 0-2
Yahiko 0-2
Black Bishop 0-2
Khan 0-2
Shuko 0-2
Egghead (DC) 0-2
Egghead 2 0-2
Roulette 0-2
Roulette (DC) 0-2
Static 0-2
Violet 0-2
Anne (DOA) 0-2
Menace 0-2
Samael Apocalypse 0-2
Tory 0-2
Angela 0-2
Golden Darkness 0-2
Reaper (Batman) 0-2
Slab (Image) 0-2
Pete 0-2
Shirley 0-2
Cassandra 0-2
Silvia 0-2
Diz 0-2
Inari 0-2
Sly 0-2
Nana 0-2
Melody 0-2
Bocoe 0-2
Stranger 0-2
Lupe Wolf 0-2
Nuhvok Kal 0-2
Kitana 0-2
Kohrak Kal 0-2
Hypertron 1.0 0-2
Teela 0-2
Frenzy 0-2
Vindaloo 0-2
Zahl 0-2
Shriek (Batman) 0-2
Ernst 0-2
Mist Mistress 0-2
Leper Queen 0-2
Peepers 0-2
Lifter 0-2
Captain Comet 0-2
Red Star 0-2
Antoine 0-2
John Jameson 0-2
Brick 0-2
Reidak 0-2
Chansey 0-2
Pepe 0-2
Baby Bop 0-2
BJ 0-2
Riptide 0-2
Rat 0-2
Elmer Fudd 0-2
Jetstream 0-2
Javitz 0-2
Cloe 0-2
Chizuru 0-2
Dulcy the Dragon 0-2
Gahlok Kal 0-2
Collector 0-2
Glory 0-2
In Betweener 0-2
Rudolph 0-2
Speedy 0-2
Miltank 0-2
Magpie 0-2
Hulk Davidson 0-2
Houndour 0-2
Helmeppo 0-2
Gran Bruce 0-2
Enrique El Gancho 0-2
Count Chocula 0-2
Bruno Mannheim 0-2
Lobster 0-2
Mesmero 0-2
Cream 0-2
Ripcord 0-2
Kazar 0-2
Crossbones 0-2
Frostbite 0-2
Gluttony 0-2
Senator Kelly 0-2
Allistar Smythe 0-2
Strobe 0-2
William Stryker 0-2
Moses Magnum 0-2
Tea 0-2
Whiteout 0-2
Sumo 0-2
Gumby 0-2
Huntress 0-2
Kate 0-2
Kado 0-2
Alpha 0-2
Tiff 0-2
Solomon Muto 0-2
MUTO 0-2
Eely Mouth 0-2
R2D2 0-2
Poncho 0-2
Rollodillo 0-2
Cragalanche 0-2
Roger 0-2
Bulbous G 0-2
Candy Kong 0-2
Boromir 0-2
Bugaboom 0-2
Crusher 0-2
Curious George 0-2
Prince Pikante 0-2
Nastina 0-2
Bull Rancor 0-2
Prince Fluff 0-2
Primeape 0-2
Pilaf 0-2
Officer Jenny 0-2
Mizuiro 0-2
Marge Simpson 0-2
Metro Man 0-2
Mr Rictus 0-2
Larry 0-2
Jimmy Neutron 0-2
Hancock 0-2
Shrek 0-2
Wolf Woods 0-2
Botan 0-2
Keiko 0-2
Mei Terumi 0-2
Lana Lang 0-2
Batmite 0-2
Koto 0-2
Kon 0-2
Bluestar 0-2
Twinbellows 0-2
Dr Caligari 0-2
Django 0-2
Drowzee 0-2
Bloodthirst 0-2
Scraplet 0-2
Sabo 0-2
Serperior 0-2
Rush 0-2
Dr Cossack 0-2
Starfox 0-2
Beast (Disney) 0-2
Major Domo 0-2
Bulwark 0-2
Aqua Maiden 0-2
Akane 0-2
Amphibius 0-2
Bulla 0-2
Cole (FF) 0-2
Donald Pierce 0-2
Gaza 0-2
Maximus 0-2
Leash 0-2
Sniper Wolf 0-2
Agent Orange 0-2
AJ 0-2
Archambault 0-2
Aya 0-2
Baron Brrr 0-2
Big Bully 0-2
Thunderball 0-2
The Mask 0-2
The Word 0-2
Tuff 0-2
Stompa 0-2
Stella 0-2
Colonel Silver 0-2
Squizzard 0-2
Widget 0-2
Silver Dragon Adelaide 0-2
Rod Reiss 0-2
Sheila Vanna 0-2
Othello 0-2
Trapper 0-2
Beatrix Kiddo 0-2
Drizzt Do’Urden 0-2
Kuvira 0-2
Archimonde 0-2
Hitomi Kanzaki 0-2
Sandor Clegane 0-2
Red Ghost 0-2
Kuguru Uki 0-2
J Carroll Corcoran 0-2
Greedo 0-2
Armin 0-2
Bambi 0-2
Toph 0-2
Man of Miracles 0-2
Warpath 0-2
Bladewing Phoenix 0-2
Swagman 0-2
Penny 0-2
Cana 0-2

227th Bon Bon Baby 0-3
227th Miss Frizzle 0-3
227th Taskmaster 0-3
227th Mercenary Tao 0-3
227th Lady Shiva 0-3
227th Snow White 0-3
227th Raiden (MK) 0-3
227th Binky 0-3
227th Haruhi Suzumiya 0-3
227th Wrecker 0-3
227th Domino 0-3
227th Jimmy Olsen 0-3
227th Emil Hamilton 0-3
227th Bonebreaker 0-3
227th Roxy Rocket 0-3
227th Heracross 0-3
227th Maria Hill 0-3
227th Hadrosaurus 0-3
227th Tesla (Bleach) 0-3
227th Babidi 0-3
227th Turles 0-3
227th Mayuri 0-3
227th Toadette 0-3
227th Tingle 0-3
227th Tenten 0-3
227th Sad Goomba 0-3
227th Celebi 0-3
227th Weezing 0-3
227th Green 0-3
227th Raphael (1980’s) 0-3
227th Gremlin 0-3
227th Manta 0-3
227th Natsume (Gakuen Alice) 0-3
227th Beef 0-3
227th Bevatron 0-3
227th General Blue 0-3
227th Wheelie 0-3
227th Gooper Blooper 0-3
227th Mindworm 0-3
227th Mr Incredible 0-3
227th Tombstone 0-3
227th Kraven 2 0-3
227th Lady Kraven 0-3
227th Mysterio 0-3
227th King Kaliente 0-3
227th Ron Weasley 0-3
227th Danny Phantom 0-3
227th Sin Eater (Venom) 0-3
227th Bilbo Baggins 0-3
227th Mr Prog 0-3
227th Bumble Bee 0-3
227th Hell Boy 0-3
227th Abo 0-3
227th Shadowdragon 0-3
227th Orion 0-3
227th Giru 0-3
227th Crimson Dynamo 0-3
227th Goku Jr 0-3
227th Black Spider 0-3
227th Mirror Master 0-3
227th Captain Boomerang 0-3
227th The Hut 0-3
227th Tammy 0-3
227th Moka Akaishiya 0-3
227th John Brent 0-3
227th Speedy Gonzales 0-3
227th J Jonah Jameson 0-3
227th Eustace Scrubb 0-3
227th Sagat 0-3
227th Munsu 0-3
227th Inu No Taisho 0-3
227th Miss Appear 0-3
227th Termite 0-3
227th Grandma Thora 0-3
227th Spyke 0-3
227th Mirage (Minicon) 0-3
227th Happy Hogan 0-3
227th Porky 0-3
227th Audrey II 0-3
227th Betty Boop 0-3
227th Maya 0-3
227th Plant 0-3
227th Titan 0-3
227th Ditto 0-3
227th Swarm 0-3
227th Deathbird 0-3
227th Thumbelina 0-3
227th Captain Whisker 0-3
227th Princess Snake 0-3
227th Haruko Haruhara 0-3
227th John Ferguson 0-3
227th Twin Terror 0-3
227th Fusion 0-3
227th Sub Zero 0-3
227th Pip The Troll 0-3
227th Shou Tucker 0-3
227th Senor Pink 0-3
227th Dark Emperor 0-3
227th Captain Blue Jr 0-3
227th Banshee 0-3
227th Hro Talak 0-3
227th Wormy (Spongebob) 0-3
227th The Abominable Snowman (Rudolph) 0-3
227th Olive Oyl 0-3
227th The Phantasm 0-3
227th Fabian Cortez 0-3
227th Human Fly 0-3
227th Brainchild 0-3
227th Chimera (Bat) 0-3
227th Aresia 0-3
227th Pauline 0-3
227th Mirage (Prisoner) 0-3
227th Olivia Sharp 0-3
227th Shaggy Man 0-3
227th Shizune 0-3
227th Amygdala 0-3
227th Bullet Bill 0-3
227th Cubone 0-3
227th Moondragon 0-3
227th Conduit 0-3
227th Fasha 0-3
227th Swordsman 0-3
227th Garfield 0-3
227th Deadshot 0-3
227th Spearow 0-3
227th Korra 0-3
227th Chris 0-3

228th Beetle (Animal) 0-4
228th Level 0 Akuma 0-4
228th Cheep Cheep 0-4
228th Kairi 0-4
228th Ryuk 0-4
228th Roger Rabbit 0-4
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Scooby Doo Team Up Volume 4 Review

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It’s time to look at the next Scooby Doo crossover adventure! The gang is back to solve a bunch of cases, but they may need a little extra muscle to back them up this time. The villains are growing more dangerous and most of them don’t even bother with a mask anymore. It’s unfortunate but the Mystery Inc may be out of their depth this time. As always it is a pretty fun assortment of stories. The franchise has always done a pretty good job of being consistent.

One of the stories involves the Men in Black (Not literally them but same concept) going after all of the alien superheroes on Earth. This is because the Martian Manhunter delivered a press conference to the world where he said that the aliens were going to take over. That’s when the real one shows up and asks the Mystery gang to help him clear his name. They are happy to do so, but it won’t be as easy as all that. Who can they trust and how can they debunk a television broadcast that everyone saw?

There is a bit of a cop out ending to this one, but nonetheless it is a fun story. The stakes probably felt a little higher here than in some of the other stories to be honest. The aliens really needed the help of a good detective and the main characters delivered. Well, most of the detectives did t any rate. This may have been the best story.

Then we’ve got an adventure with Zatanna. Her father is missing so she heads to our usual gang of detectives. They aren’t very helpful though and just recommend that she checks with some other magicians instead. They all meet up with a bunch of spellcasters, but they’ve all been robbed of their magical artifacts and are now helpless. Whoever has done this is certainly a big threat, but the heroes won’t give up. It’s a fun enough comic although I have a hard time believing that all of the magicians would get punked so easily. Zatanna’s always a fun character though so it was nice to see her get a story. The Mystery Inc needs to step up their game a bit though because Shaggy and Scooby always make them look so bad.

Another comic has the heroes go to a concert where the Infinities are playing. They’re a bunch of teenage superheroes who thought it would be smart to use the same name for both their human activities and super ones. Fortunately nobody has suspected a thing yet. A giant robot attacks along with a bunch of giant monsters so the heroes have to stop them. Thing is, the robot is usually a good guy, but he is being controlled remotely by an evil scientist with a criminally devious master plan. The heroes will have to think of something very quickly but what can they do? It’s a fun comic even if I’m not really familiar with any of the characters here. I didn’t like the giant robot but everyone else seemed mostly reasonable. I don’t think I would like the Infinities much either, but at least they can fight so it was good that they were around. This issue was a little weaker than the others.

Then we have a comic where Harley Quinn shows up to join the heroes. Fred and the others are skeptical but allow her to join anyway. It turns out that she is pretty good at the mystery business but the problem is that the Joker is after her. By extension this means that the heroes are also in quite the jam now. Batman is on the way but can they hold out long enough? This comic was fun, but what really took it to the next level was the surprise appearances of Batman and Robin at the end. I definitely wasn’t expecting to see them so that was neat. They do end up stealing the show as you would expect, but that’s par for the course for the Dynamic Duo.

Then we have the worst comic of the bunch. The heroes make it to the wild west where they decide to help out a pair of Donkeys. The Donkey sheriff has a secret identity where he puts on a cape and acts as a Zorro impersonation. The costume isn’t downright terrible but you know what the humor style will be like from the start and it never tries to be anything more than that. I couldn’t really get invested in the comic because the guest characters just weren’t interesting. I suppose they tried their best and it still isn’t a bad comic, but it just wasn’t very eventful.

Then we also can’t forget the appearance of the Space Ghost. He’s all business as per usual while the kid assistants just get captured a lot. The Space Ghost also look just as frightening on the page as in the universe going by how even Fred and the others seemed a little nervous in his presence. The Space Ghost commands respect after all. The villains know better than to mess with him and that’s why they always go after the kids. The comic isn’t really a mystery so much as it is just a fight against the Space Ghost’s usual villains, but it was definitely a lot of fun. The hero’s design has really aged very well.

The art is nice as always. The characters are always on point and it is just very consistent. You will be able to easily fly through the pages on your way to the end. The writing is also on point so you know what you are getting yourself into from the start. If you’re a fan of the Scooby Doo team and their usual antics then you should have absolutely no problem here. If you find them annoying then this won’t change your mind. Honestly, there’s just no saving Scooby and Shaggy at this point since they just aren’t brave enough to hope to stand up to anyone. The team needs to cut them loose. It’s unfortunate of course, but they just don’t add anything to the team.

Overall, This was another solid team up volume. It has the right blend of humor and some action that the franchise is know for. If anything, it probably has a little more action than the show would thanks to all of the superheroes running around. There’s nothing particularly unique about the volume as its just another installment that you could interchange with the previous 2, but that’s why you are focusing on the guest stars. Every time a new issue comes out we have a chance at a new guest star. Hopefully we get many more volumes of this series in the future.

Overall 7/10

Batman and Harley Quinn Review

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It’s time to look at a fairly recent DC film. The DCAU was one of the best things to ever happen to comics in general so it’s good to see it make a comeback with this film. Unfortunately its comeback is on a rather low note here as the film makes too many mistakes but if this leads to a new Justice League installment or maybe even a Superman film then I’ll be up for it. It definitely got a good retro vibe going for it.

The film starts off with Poison Ivy and the Floronic Man deciding to form an alliance and turn the world into plants. Batman and Nightwing figure that they won’t be able stop this threat on their own so they enlist the help of Harley Quinn. She agrees to help but is determined to make the heroes regret bringing her along. Will this team be able to keep it together long enough to save the world or do they just need to hope that the villains make a mistake somewhere along the line? The time is ticking!

One thing you’ll notice right away is that the film does a good job of recreating the classic sound effects from the DCAU. One thing that always stood out back then was how hard each blow sounded. Every movement had power behind it and it’s likely also due to the animation style. This film recreated it quite well and then throwing in the familiar voices made the experience even more authentic. On a technical level the film certainly didn’t disappoint. The hand to hand fights are also quite solid like Nightwing vs Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy vs Harley. Both fights were nice and long. It does bring up a mild question though of how Poison Ivy is so good at martial arts. I can understand Harley being really good, although I think she should not be able to do so well against Nightwing, but then how can Poison Ivy hold her own against such an opponent? It seems like everyone is apparently a martial arts master at this point.

Batman is a solid main character as always. While I think he was rather quick to throw in the towel by asking Harley to come along I guess time was of the essence here. The villains plan was actually pretty quick and well thought out for a change. It’s certainly a fairly unique threat. Batman is also upfront with the constant insults to the government so it’s nice to see that he is still feared by villains and heroes alike. I mean, the henchmen at the bar didn’t fear him, but they were quickly taught that lesson afterwards.

Lets talk about where the film went wrong now. For starters, it definitely is trying quite a bit to be edgier than the old days. Not in a cool well written way like Batman V Superman as that’s dark, but not edgy. Here we have Harley Quinn throwing in swear words just to remind us that she’s one of the villains from time to time. The script never gets too crazy, but each moment feels forced. Then we have random comments thrown in to show us that everyone is rather terrible in Gotham. The government agent guy is cheating for some reason and the normal citizens are all James Bond and Captain Kirk types.

The film also includes quite a bit of fanservice with Harley Quinn. As with Suicide Squad all it does it help defeat the point of trying to make her a strong character. The scene with her and Nightwing takes the cake of being the worst scene in the film though. It’s no surprise to see Harley Quinn back on the rebound, but Nightwing should have had the will power to stay true to the mission and refuse her. He looked terrible in that scene and this leads to a lot of painful lines later on as it keeps being brought up. On second thought, the writing was actually rather bad in this film. We even get crude humor thrown in.

So, Batman is the only good hero in this film. Nightwing was completely destroyed by this scene and just couldn’t make it back up the charts. There’s no way to take him seriously by this point. Then Harley Quinn is also beyond saving because her character is just no good. It’s great that she doesn’t want to be a villain anymore and she tries to earn sympathy points by showing how rough it is for an ex-con in Gotham, but she certainly doesn’t make it any easier on herself. She gets a happy ending at least so hopefully she doesn’t mess it up this time.

The villains are a lot more interesting and they’re better handled. The Floronic Man is the completely evil member of the duo and he can’t wait to destroy the humans. He’s a villain who has never gotten the spotlight before so it was cool to see him here. The guy seems like a reasonable villain. He may not be much of a threat, but can still put up a fairly good fight. Then we have Poison Ivy who was always good in the DCAU. She isn’t as insane as the average villain and ultimately at least has a good reason for being evil. I do think it was a bit iffy how Floronic Man was basically the leader of their partnership though since he is basically made out of plants. I think Ivy should be able to defeat him rather easily, but of course walking within punching distance wouldn’t be wise. These two villains are probably the 2nd and 3rd best characters in the film.

There isn’t much of a soundtrack, but we hear a really solid remix near the end of the film and overall it was rather fast paced. I wasn’t crazy about the lyrical songs though so I guess they roughly cancel out in the end. This film isn’t too long and the pacing is good so at least it doesn’t end up dragging on. I do have to question why the film plays up a certain death near the end like it’s a big deal though. It was a character that nobody cared about and it’s not as if he died in a particularly brutal way or anything. I guess the heroes are heroic enough to care though so I can’t fault them for that.

Overall, Batman and Harley Quinn wasn’t a good movie but I think anyone probably could have guessed that based on the title. Whenever there is a film based around Harley Quinn you know that it’s not going to work out very well. This film pretty much made every mistake that it could here. At least it wasn’t all that violent so it dodged that. Still, excessive fanservice and bad writing is enough to bring a film down. Also the quick case of animal violence as a mouse blows up. That scene is so incredibly unnecessary that you have to wonder what the film was thinking. I would recommend passing on this film as there are plenty of other, better DC films to watch instead.

Overall 4/10

Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: The Flash Review

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It’s time to look at one of the newest Lego films around! DC has had a pretty good track record with their Lego adventures and are certainly leading the pack. This is because their specials actually have some pretty solid action scenes to go along with the good one liners. I dare say that DC has taken Legos to the peak of where they can reach and this one continues their roll. It still has some competition ahead of it for being the best DC specials, but I would put this one up there as probably top 3. Flash makes for a great main character and always makes the right moves.

The story starts with the Justice League trying to fend off an attack from the Joker. Unfortunately for them they are getting creamed. Flash should have been there to help, but he was busy enjoying a donut with a milkshake. Truly that is an underrated combo if you ask me. Still, he manages to save the day anyway, but then a mysterious being known as the Reverse Flash shows up. Flash chases him, but finds himself back to the start of the day. This keeps on happening and it seems like Flash is stuck in a time loop. In order to get out he will have to move even faster, but what if doing this ends up wrecking reality itself!? Only one way to find out!

I’m always up for a good time travel story. Nowadays this usually goes hand in hand with the Flash and his story arcs. Flashpoint is probably the most well known Flash event of all time and then the TV show also likes to casually mess around with the past and the future. It makes for good story arcs that open up a lot of moral questions like should you change the past or simply ignore it. Typically they go for the worst possible moral though and that is that the past shouldn’t be altered. Fortunately, it’s safe to say that this special doesn’t really go there at all. The trope can be especially annoying when the villain changed the past first and the hero still isn’t able to go back and correct it. A bit off topic though so lets get back to the adventure.

I do like how Flash handled the situation though. He kept on going after the Reverse Flash because he knew that one day he would surpass his limits. Even though Batman kept telling him to wait Flash would go anyway. The montage showed that he probably tries this at least 50 times. Imagine living through the same day that many times and not going crazy. Flash really kept it together and in the end he made the right move since Batman’s great advice was simply to say “Run faster.” That’s really the best advice that Batman’s got? Flash was able to do it of course, but after Batman’s constant “Wait” moments I was expecting something else. Still, Flash was easily the best character here and that’s not easy to do in a special where Batman and Superman are present.

In the other plot we have Reverse Flash proving to the world that he is a better hero than the normal Flash. Instead of trying to join the League or anything like that he spends his time trying to prove that they aren’t needed anymore. With the speed at which he solves crimes it may even appear to be true. If he were a legitimate hero then he would have a mild point, but of course he would run out of energy at some point so the league would have to step in again. It’s fun how he makes everyone look pretty petty at times like when the League was caught eaves dropping on him. Batman saved the situation from being a tragedy, but it still was not their greatest moment. Ah well, they did their best.

As far as the Justice League goes, they were all in character. Batman and Superman were a great contrast to each other as you would expect. Superman was super cheerful and would try being nice to Flash while Batman would just give him the tough facts. Wonder Woman was more of a mediator and Cyborg was busy messing everything up like usual. Likewise with Plasticman but to a greater extent. The new member of the group who got a lot of screen time was the Atom. If they wanted him to look terrible than they succeeded.

Considering that he is a new recruit the guy seems to have a considerable ego. He complains quite a lot and you have to repeatedly wonder how he actually got on the team. The guy definitely doesn’t seem like he belongs, but I guess that’s just one of those mysteries that you have to think about for a little while. He gets a subplot of his own where he tries to contact the league while he’s tiny and it’s a treacherous journey for him. I’d like to say that it helped him get likable by the end but not really. At this rate the new recruits are all going to keep on losing out.

I will say that the first half of the special does beat the latter though. I enjoyed the Groundhog shenanigans from the beginning as Flash kept trying to stop his evil doppelganger. His route to the trouble involving all of the food and villain arrests were fun as well. The movie accurately shows just how overpowered the Flash should be and since it’s part comedy they are actually able to pull this off instead of totally nerfing him. That’s not to say that the second half is bad, but Dr. Fate singalongs just don’t have the same appeal you know? It was definitely a radically different take on him, but at least it had personality. Dr. Fate usually doesn’t actually do much except get in everyone’s way. I do feel bad for Zatanna though since her training seems like it will take a very long time to actually get anywhere.

There’s not much to say about the animation that hasn’t been said before. It’s Lego animation so it’s pretty much the same every time. I’m not a huge fan of it, but it looks well enough and at this point it’s pretty polished. The action scenes are still solid as I mentioned earlier and they did a good job with the speed animations. As far as I’m concerned, they put in the proper amount of effort there. There isn’t much of a noticeable soundtrack here so it’s a few steps behind some of the others, but the sound effects are good and what music we do get tends to be solid as well.

The writing is on point which is always very important for a film like this one. The humor is actually good as opposed to just being obnoxious or annoying. Well, those two things are kind of the same I guess. Either way, the writing really understands the characters here. Cyborg and Atom are annoying, but it’s not necessarily the humor that makes them annoying, but the characters and I wouldn’t hold that against the writing since I’m pretty sure that it’s intentional. It may not be laugh out loud funny (Almost nothing is) but it works pretty well and the sarcastic wit from the heroes is part of the charm behind the Legos.

Overall, The Flash is a solid movie and one that I would certainly recommend. Whether you are a fan of Lego adventures or comic book films this is one title that you don’t want to miss. It really pulls out all of the stops and each act of the film feels like a complete film. Honestly the first act alone could have worked as the whole movie and I would have been satisfied. It’s a long 70ish minutes, but not in a bad way. They manage to squeeze a lot of content in there so I’d say that it’s actually very fast paced. There really isn’t anything majorly negative to say about the film and that’s how you know that it’s quite solid.

Overall 8/10