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Spider-Man Far From Home Review


Spider-Man has finally made it to his third iteration of Spider-Man 2. He’s definitely had a lot of films across different timelines and they’ve all been pretty solid. Even the worst Spider-Man entry is still better than average. So where does this one rank? Right away I would say that it is in the top half. I prefer it to Homecoming, Spider-Man 2, and The Amazing Spider-Man. It doesn’t beat The Amazing Spider-Man or Spider-Man 3 so that leaves it with the always tough battle against the original Spider-Man. Still, I think it beats that one as well so I would put this as the third best Spider-Man installment. It’s got a lot of good replay value and its solid mix of action and light hearted moments make it a quality watch.

After the fallout of Endgame Peter Parker is ready to finally get on with his life. His class is going on a vacation tour to Italy, France, etc. His big plan is to finally confess to Mary Jane during this trip. Unfortunately a lot of social complications like Brad show up and then Nick Fury shows up to sabotage Peter’s trip. It turns out that there is a multiverse and one of the greatest heroes from another world is around to help fight off some elemental creatures who are planning to attack. His name is Mysterio, but even with this guy Fury wants Spider-Man on board. Can Peter manage to lead a normal life and be a superhero or is it time for him to choose once and for all which job to keep?

I think one of the most impressive parts of the film is definitely the visuals. We get a lot of great action scenes both with the monsters and the other action scenes. There is one sequence in the second half which is particularly solid. Some of the visuals are like something out of Dr. Strange. You’ll know what scene I’m talking about when you watch the film, but it is most excellent. Then you’ve got the soundtrack which is also quite solid. There are nods to previous films as well as brand new themes. It makes for a pretty solid soundtrack that is also in the top 3 for the Spider-Man films.

Romance always plays a big role in the Spider-Man films so we can’t overlook that. There are 3 romances here so lets go in order. Ned has his own subplot romance which I dare say is only included for humor. This romance wasn’t very good and even if that was the point it definitely could have been left out of the film. Then you have Happy and Aunt May……definitely a bad romance. I can’t say that I’ve ever liked Happy so I may not be totally impartial, but there’s also no point to this romance. It’s very unlikely to go anywhere and the scenes are pretty forced. The resolution also makes Aunt May look a little iffy here. Her reasoning definitely wasn’t what I expected.

Those are basically the backup romances though, the main one is naturally between Peter and Mary Jane with the slight addition of Brad. Brad is around to make things tough for Peter, but I don’t think anyone seriously thought that he ever had a chance. This version of Mary Jane is definitely quite different from her other portrayal in the original trilogy which does make the romance pretty different. I’d say that on the whole it’s handled well. At most I think Mary Jane’s shell broke a little too quickly by the end of the film though. Part of the fun in her character is how she likes to make morbid quips and is always pretty blunt/stoic. By the end of the film she seems a lot more emotional and outspoken which is fine…to an extent. I hope she still keeps her main character personality but otherwise it’s a reasonable romance. I think it’s definitely a lot more developed than most of the other romances we’ve seen.

There isn’t a massive cast here so lets quickly run through the characters. I just talked about some of them so no need to redo those. Basically Mary Jane is solid and Aunt May is fun enough. Happy and Brad definitely get a thumbs down. Flash is definitely a more enjoyable bully than most, but at the end of the day I wouldn’t say that he is all that good either. He doesn’t really do anything although there is some setup for a third film likely to explain why he acts the way he does. Ned’s still not really clicking for me and his romance plot did not do him any favors. He’s definitely a nice friend and always has Peter’s back even if the “help” doesn’t always put Peter in a better place.

I definitely did like the main teacher though. He always means well and definitely rolled with the punches. He’s a glass half full kind of guy and nothing seems to get him down. He also brushes past Brad’s allegations pretty easily (with help from MJ) and in general steals every scene that he is in. The other teacher doesn’t get much to do, but he was pretty fun. He reminds me of the ice character from Incredibles with how he kept darting from room to room. He also kept reminding the kids that he was the cool teacher. Meanwhile Nick Fury and Maria Hill get quite a bit of screen time here. They look pretty consistent with what you’d expect. Fury naturally uses a hard approach with Peter to get the kid to try and be a hero but it’s definitely pretty unfair the whole time. Spider-Man’s doing his best but nothing ever seems to satisfy these guys.

As for Spider-Man himself he’s good for sure. He may not be the most eager to get back in the field, but he’s got so many reasons why now is the worst time. Why did every other hero have to suddenly vanish when these threats are arising? He does have one pretty bad scene involving his glasses though. The whole thing was a huge stretch, especially considering that it was part of the plan. The stars had to align just right for this to work and I really feel that it shouldn’t have. It’s the one big moment where peter was really lapsing in judgment. He’ll definitely have to bring his best for the next film though since it’s probably going to be his most difficult experience yet. Also, it’s good to have spider-sense back on board but that subplot was a little murky. I don’t see how or why the ability would have been suppressed at all. It does explain why he isn’t doing so well for the majority of the film, but it does seem a bit like an excuse.

Meanwhile, Mysterio is definitely a very good character. I like his confidence and his showmanship will remind you of Tony or Strange to an extent. He’s a well developed character and really makes his presence felt. I think he made all of the scenes with him even better than they would have been. His final scene in particular is excellent and the opening scene wastes no time either. There are also some characters from the old Marvel films who surprisingly show up. It was a pretty nice guest star cameo.

I think I mainly touched on everything by this point. The film’s able to accomplish a lot during its run time and part of what helps the replay value is the fact that the humor is handled through a lot of quick jokes. There aren’t too many gags that drag on (Happy and May) for too long which is good and a lot of the scenes actually are funny. You get those classic Spider-Man vibes and his human interactions have always been some of the best in Marvel. It’s why the original comics did so well in the first place. The cast is solid and I could easily re-watch this film. It may not be quite as large scale as most of the other Marvel films, but a grounded film once in a while is never a bad idea.

Overall, Far From Home is definitely a very good sequel. I’ve avoided talking about scenes in particular to avoid spoilers since this is still such a new release. It basically brought back all the good parts from Homecoming and continued to build on them. The villain here is pretty memorable and the film did a solid job overall. Even if some of the romance wasn’t perfect, more parts of the film’s humor and writing hit their marks than missed. I definitely recommend checking this film while it’s still in theaters so you don’t get spoiled on the interwebs. The movie naturally has 2 after credit scenes so I’d recommend checking them out. Both of them are actually pretty important even if the second one may be a sliiiiiight stretch. I’m just not 100% sure that it really works, but at the same time you can very reasonably explain it so it’s more of a nitpick than anything. I’m definitely ready to see what they do for Spider-Man 3.

Overall 8/10

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X-Men Dark Phoenix Review


It’s time to look at the newest X-Men film. The trailers for this one were looking pretty sharp from the start so it had the potential to be the best X film. Of course, the films haven’t had the best track record. X-Men The Last Stand was really solid, First Class and X2 were also pretty good, but the original X-Men and Apocalypse were not so good. Still, the Fox universe has basically been buried so they’d want to go out on a good note and I’d say that they did. Not only is this the best X-Men film of them all, but it can hold its head up high against the other big comic book movies out there.

The film starts off with a flashback as Jean gets into an accident with her parents and we see Xavier bring her to his school. We then cut to the present where the X-Men head into space to save some astronauts and Jean Grey absorbs part of the Phoenix Force. Her abilities start to go out of control and once she starts causing a lot of damage the team is forced to decide if they can still save her or if she’s still too far gone. At this point, is she really still Jean Grey or just the malicious Phoenix?

Dark Phoenix doesn’t waste any time in ramping up the tension. (It is called Dark Phoenix for a reason after all) The film’s pacing is quick from the start and builds a very good atmosphere. The soundtrack is stellar here (Jean Grey’s main theme is definitely the best one) and that’s always important. It’s easily a contender for one of the best soundtracks in a CBM. Certainly top 5. Dark Phoenix is a very serious comic film, it’s got the same vibe as the amazing DC titles Batman V Superman, Man of Steel or even the older ones like The Dark Knight. There are a lot of traumatic events for all the characters so there is rarely a time for them to catch their breath.

My favorite scene in the film is the fight between the “Save Jean” and “Destroy Jean” factions. It’s a pretty local level fight as it’s a 4 v 4, but team battles like that are always the best. I also am glad that the fights weren’t ties and there were no cop outs here. One side was clearly beating the other and it was the correct team. One side was simply way more stacked than the other. That was the main fight of the film, but in the climax we also get to see the heroes take on the villain zombies. Those guys can’t really fight back quite as much so it’s more one sided, but I do think the film did a good job of making them more of a threat than the average expendables.

The villains don’t get to appear much in the trailers so I’ll stay vague on who they are and what the goals are. I do think that they were nerfed a bit by the end though. They seem to be able to move your organs and crush your body with a light grasp or even with mental abilities. They seem to forget about this ability by the end of the film, but it would have been a handy way to destroy at least some of the X-Men. Most of the members could be defeated by the villains if you ask me.

Most of the characters look really solid here. Mystique has really grown into her role as the X-Men leader. While I was on Xavier’s side with the rocket decision over hers, I am glad that Mystique is always looking after the team. She sees the big picture more than the others do. Cyclops is definitely really good here as well. He’s still a teenager as opposed to being the X-Men leader like in the old films, but he never doubts Jean for a second. He’s on her side from start to finish and that kind of devotion is definitely accurate to his character. His optical blasts are also given a lot of respect here and he doesn’t hold back at all when attacking.

Unfortunately Storm doesn’t look very good here. I do think they did her personality justice here as she is a lot more aggressive and eager to fight. The problem is that she is portrayed as being pretty weak to be honest. She loses most of her fights and seems to let her guard down. I’d like her to look stronger in future appearances. Nightcrawler is a reasonable character, I just never liked him much. He doesn’t seem very proactive compared to the others although he does finally get a homage to his knife combo scene from the old films.

Beast has a pretty big role here. He definitely takes the early events hard and makes a controversial move to make things right. I don’t think anyone would claim that he’s making the heroic move here and even he knows that. Still, considering what happened you can definitely see why he’s making the choice. I find him to be pretty weak though and he rarely does a whole lot of damage. Quicksilver only appears for a few minutes tops here as the writers were probably scared that he would end the whole film in a minute. Unfortunately even then there is at least one time where he could have saved the team but didn’t. This is the problem with making a character so overwhelmingly powerful.

Jean Grey is the lead so lets talk about her for a second. Naturally she’s fighting with the Phoenix the whole time so she’s not always in her right state of mind. She tends to be a little oversensitive to everything so everybody triggers her. She can go into murder mode at the drop of a hat. It helps add more nuance to which side you’ll end up choosing. All in all, I thought she looked pretty good though. She may have been a bit gullible during some of the scenes and trusting villain groups is rarely a good choice. Still, I think the film did a good job with handling her as a villain here.

The star of the movie as always is Magneto. He’s been a really great character during the trilogy and he steals all of the scenes here. While he is not as powerful as the Phoenix I dare say that he is the second strongest mutant at this point. He’s the only one who can actually fight back compared to the others. He’s had a very complete character arc by this point and while he is drawn back into the battle, it’s nice that he had finally found peace. The fact that this is the third movie does help quite a bit since by now all of the characters are established so it’s easy for us to understand all of the character motivations.

Xavier is another big character of course. He definitely makes some key mistakes in the film. Xavier is definitely still one of the good guys from start to finish, but his problem is that he just doesn’t see any of his mistakes. He seems to think that he’s always on the right side. It’s a good quality to have as a leader since you have to believe that your cause is just, but part of the blame here can definitely be thrown over to him. Still, at the end of the day he does what he can to remedy the situation. He does feel a lot weaker here though as other telepaths can hold their own against him. He’s definitely not the Omega level mutant you might have thought he was.

I think some characters who may be overlooked, but shouldn’t be are Magneto’s teammates. I actually really liked both of them even though we never even get to know their names. One of them can fight with his hair and from how he was wrecking one of the X-Men members he is a considerable threat. The guy’s super loyal and was always quick to get into battle. The other is a telepath who was holding her own against Xavier and even causing him to back up. Their back and forth battle of wits was really solid and she was one of the best characters in the film. I’d put her second only to Magneto. I don’t have many qualms with the film, but one of them is that these characters get the shaft. I don’t think their endings were deserved and they should have done more. They were loyal followers to Magneto and the fact that he has given mutants a place to live really makes it a powerful moment. These guys are ready to put their lives on the line for Magneto because he has finally helped the mutants out once and for all. I’d argue that he’s made a safer existence for mutants than Xavier ever did.

The ending of the film is incredibly forced though and doesn’t really make any sense. There’s not a whole lot I can say about it since I don’t even want to spoil any part of it, but it really only happens for drama. It’s the kind of ending that you’d expect and so the film delivers on it, but there’s no narrative reason why it had to happen. The character could have chosen any other option and it would have worked rather than this desperate move. The other paths would have also made for a more entertaining ending. An ending is important, but it’s not like it’s horrible either. The final part of the final scene at least salvages what it can.

Part of why the film is good is naturally the writing. A dynamite soundtrack and excellent special effects go a long way, but at the end of the day you need solid writing to keep the film operating at a high level. This film probably has the best script that I’ve seen since Batman V Superman. (Infinity War also deserves a nod although it’s a very different kind of script) You’ll be engaged right away. They do squeeze in the Fox trope of adding one F word of course which is annoying as always. The film mirrors the X-Men comics to the extent that there is a lot going on at all times. There are many plots and characters in the mix and they’re all being affected by the events in the movie. You’ve got some symbolic imagery like Magneto putting his helmet back on to return to the darkness and Xavier taking his off as he decides to go back to acting as a friend to the others rather than as a commander. The characters are all acting on pure emotion by the end so it’s easy to pick any individual character and root for him/her. It’s a very thought provoking film that also includes a lot of action so you don’t have to worry about choosing one or the other.

It’s always hard to do a very serious film without getting super dark and gritty so I’m always impressed when it happens. It’s part of why I’m going to miss Fox, they really did add a nice element to the mix. For a while we had a solid balance with DC giving us supreme movies with the best action scenes and scripts, Marvel with the most comic book accurate movies and a light hearted tone like the days of ole, and then Fox which was a very realistic take on how humans would interact with super powered fighters. DC has gone away from their approach to follow Marvel and Fox is all but over after this one. Now the only company who will still be doing their own thing is Sony which does carry part of that Fox feel within, but I can’t say that I trust them as much as I would the others. Granted, Fox churns out a lot of misses too so you just gotta keep swinging til you connect. At least now we can finally have the Avengers vs X-Men film someday although I don’t imagine something like that would happen til 2025 or later.

All in all, this is the big finale that fans of the X-Men series have been waiting for. It’s the definitive X-Men film and it’s going to be really hard to top this one. The only thing that would have made it feel even more like a finale would have been for Wolverine to have shown up for the final fights. We probably won’t be seeing any X-Men films for a very long time as I doubt anyone would even want to try and follow up on this so soon. All series have to end at some point and the goal is to end on a high note. Dark Phoenix does that and then some. It basically excels in all areas and has a lot of replay value. If you haven’t seen the film yet then I’d recommend heading out to the theaters and checking it out. You probably won’t be seeing another one like this for quite some time.

Overall 8/10

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X-Men Inferno Volume 2 Review


It’s been a long time since I reviewed the first Inferno comic, but it’s finally time to wrap up the saga. It definitely feels like one of the grandest X-Men story arcs in scope even if it never seems to be brought up nowadays. Pretty much all of the big players are here and there’s definitely a lot of action. You probably will wonder where the Avengers and FF are at times, but they are referenced and I believe they were on a mission somewhere at the time. It’s a pretty enjoyable story arc, some parts can get a little dark and others not as exciting, but on the whole it’s definitely an intense arc.

There are a lot of plots going on at once here. For the main plot, the Goblin Queen has decided to embrace her dark powers and take control of the planet. To that end she has teamed up with demons to transform the entire city. Some of them have plans of their own as well though. Cyclops, Jean Grey, and the rest of the X Factor head out to stop her, but their team isn’t as united as usual. Cyclops blames himself for the Goblin Queen’s transformation since he did rebound after marrying her pretty quick.

Another plot is that the X-Men are doing battle against an anti mutant faction and in the process they are becoming demons as well. As they lose more and more of their minds they start to barely even resemble heroes anymore. This leads them to start attacking all of the sides. Then you’ve got the Power Pack who are being forced to deal with the fact that their parents now know who they are thanks to the events with the Orphan Maker from volume 1. The parents are having a real hard time coping.

Then the New Mutants are also flying around trying to save Magik. Magik took control of Limbo but now the villains are starting to wrestle control back from her. Magik can destroy them, but doing so will eliminate the last of her light so she has a tough choice to make. Meanwhile Colossus is also trying to find her, but going from world to world is tricky and the villains are content to mock rather than help him. Finally, Sinister is also in the mix and naturally he also wants to mess things up for the heroes.

Those are just the main plots and there are even more subplots running around. I imagine that this was definitely the ultimate X faction arc back in the day. Pretty much every X group was here and I forgot to mention that this even includes Excalibur. If the heroes were all in one place this would probably be an easy win for them, but naturally the demons won’t let that be an option. Even as this trade ends there are already a lot of plotlines set up for the next arc.

I think one of the best aspects of this saga is the subtle craziness of the situation. In the background you’ll see the animated objects making a lot of jokes at the humans as they crush them. For example one mail box reminds one guy that he should have used a stamp before eating him. There are a lot of fatalities here as by the time the heroes arrive the humans are long gone or no longer human. The villainous appliances all have a pretty good sense of humor though. It’s definitely pretty grim humor, but it works well.

As for the characters, this is definitely gonna be a rough showing for Havok fans. Regardless of all his justifications, he seems to be going for the Goblin Queen to one up Cyclops. He had no problem with cheating with her even while she was with Cyclops so you doubt his motivations from the start. I usually like Havok, but definitely not in this comic.

Another character who looks really bad here is Rachel Summers. Keep in mind that during this saga she is a host of the Phoenix Force and yet she can’t win a single fight here. There’s gotta be some reason why her Phoenix Form was so weak, but I definitely would have liked that to have been elaborated here. She gets mind controlled and one shotted early on and as such has nothing to do for the whole volume. I couldn’t believe it when she was taken out so easy.

Cyclops naturally gets a big role here as well. It’s not his best appearance, but he is doing his best to handle the situation. It’s just gotten past the point of merely being “personal” since his kid is being hostage and his ex-wife is trying to murder everyone. Cyclops did have a pretty fishy set of decisions that led to this moment like ditching his wife and getting back with Jean, but that’s all events that happened before this volume. In this one he is trying to pick up the pieces, but it’s been awfully difficult. So I wouldn’t say that he looked bad per say, but I’ll be glad for him to have this drama past the bend.

Ice Man and Psylocke don’t do a whole lot in comparison to the other characters, but they are around for the full saga. They look really good as they focus on an objective and support the team the whole time. Ice Man’s powers are definitely at the point in the series where they are steadily becoming a top tier threat. Psylocke still seems to be quite a bit weaker than the other main telepaths, but at the same time she does contribute. I don’t think she’ll ever be seen as one of the strongest telepaths, but as long as she is strong enough to help out that’s good enough.

The Goblin Queen naturally gets a really big role here as well. Her emotions are all over the place as she constantly switches between acting as the victim and embracing her role as the evil empress. I can’t really say that she’s my kind of villain, but her motivations for revenge are definitely pretty reasonable considering what a bad hand she’s been dealt. She has to live with the fact that everyone considers her to be a fake and she’s being manipulated by quite a few parties. At times it can be a bit iffy to see her being led around so much though. She’s a villain who was thrown into the role and as such isn’t prepared for it. You kind of want her to have a happy ending even though from the start you don’t really think this will be possible. She simply went too far down the rabbit hole into darkness.

We get cameos from some characters like Magneto, but sadly he doesn’t get to do much. It was nice to see him, but there was almost no point to be honest. I’m sure his scene probably continued in a spinoff though. The Power Pack’s plot is probably the most annoying in some ways as the parents just do a terrible job of handling the situation. The plot was going for realism, but I dare say that their reactions were so poor that it wasn’t realistic at that point. They basically fell into depression instantly which was a bit iffy. Surely they could find some silver lining to the kids being superheroes right?

As for the X-Men basically turning into demons, it was unfortunate that their will power was not all that good. Most of them fell into the evil instincts very quickly and so the X-Factor definitely ended up doing a much better job. One thing the X-Men comics like doing a lot that I could definitely do without is all the “Surprise!” kisses that occur. The villains seem to love doing that to the heroes which is definitely a dicey power move. There are way better ways to make the villains a threat than by doing that. There aren’t any quality romances to be found here, that’s for sure. Throw in the Cyclops drama and you’ve got a real complicated situation for the heroes.

I would have liked to have seen more of Magik’s plot since hers was probably the most interesting. Limbo seems to have quite a lot of power struggles over there and with her abilities continuing to grow it would be interesting to see how she fares against the bigger X-Men villains. I’m thinking that’s why they always keep her out of Earth. Even the Sinister threat probably would have been a whole lot smaller if she was around since one or two hits would probably take him down for the count.

The art is definitely real solid. It’s pretty consistent across the various titles. The character designs are definitely on point although of course a lot of them look pretty evil most of the time since they slowly start to lose their sanity. The battle scenes are definitely really good and it’s definitely an easy page turner. The pages are never too busy where you have to slow down. This trade also brings a lot of issues so it’s definitely a comic where you get your money’s worth.

Overall, There’s a lot happening in Inferno. It’s definitely very dramatic and the characters get a lot of development here. It’s not quite my favorite X-Men arc, but on the whole it was definitely pretty solid. I could definitely roll with seeing the town go crazy a little longer. I do think the epilogue parts are a bit hard to swallow though as there were too many witnesses for this to be swept under the rug. I mean, the humans in these comics usually aren’t too smart, but I dare say that this is almost pushing it a bit. It’s easy to see why Earth would crumble without the superheroes in these things. If you haven’t read Inferno volume 1 yet then you’ll probably want to do that before jumping into volume 2. It’ll definitely flow a lot better for you that way.

Overall 7/10

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Avengers: Endgame Spoiler Review


It’s been a little while so I think everyone’s had a chance to see Endgame by now. In case you haven’t, well this review is all about the spoilers. I’ve put it in the title and I’m buying time in this intro paragraph so you’ve been duly warned. There was a lot to talk about in this movie. I won’t talk much about what I already mentioned in the other review except for things I couldn’t expand on. Likewise I’ll be skipping the movie summary. In effect this is more of a look-back than a review, but it’s close enough.

The movie definitely did deliver on being a climactic experience to the films building up to this one. It was a nice trip down memory lane when the heroes time traveled to the previous films. I thought it was all handled really well there and I was also glad that the original Captain America was able to beat up the newer more jaded version. The original was always fighting and honing his skills while the newer version didn’t have time for that. Loki escaping during this sequence is also interesting. In a way that doesn’t mean he should appear in the main timeline but with how the film handled Cap then maybe he could.

The basic time travel theory used in the film is like DBZ’s. When you go back in time and make a change it doesn’t affect your timeline, but creates a new one. So that’s why the heroes had to bring the stones to the present and then bring them right back to the old places. It’s a pretty good plan and I also like the time travel theory. If time travel were to ever exist this is how I picture it would work. The main problem is with Captain America. At the end of the film he heads off to the past and then returns to the present as an old man. Based on the rules of time travel established in the film that should not have happened. I’ve heard a lot of theories about it and all, but to me they don’t make sense. He should have returned in a completely different timeline.

The climax is definitely excellent as we get to see all of the heroes duke it out. Of course you do have to hold a little disbelief that none of the heroes dies during this big war battle though. At the very least you’d expect a bunch of the B and C tier heroes to die off. It’s more about spectacle than accuracy though which is fine. Scarlet Witch definitely got her due respect here as she was pretty easily overpowering Thanos. With her abilities having matured this much the writers will have to be careful with how they handle her going forward. Likewise, Captain Marvel was also dominating Thanos when she showed up although her role is very small in the film. He also did get a good hit so it’s not as if she is invincible, but I do think it’s fair to say that she is easily the strongest Avenger.

Captain America gets his big moment in the climax with the hammer which was mixed. On one hand it is certainly a really cool visual and it’s a nice pay off for long time Cap fans. On the other hand he looked way too good with it. Not only did he master the abilities, but he was doing a better job against Thanos than Thor was. It was a little cheesy if I’m being honest. Still, the climax is all about seeing everyone’s favorite heroes get their shot at Thanos and the other enemies so I guess it makes sense. Either way it isn’t a climax that you would soon forget and I think that’s definitely important.

We gotta cut away to some of the negatives now though. For starters, the entire Thor plot. Making him incredibly overweight as an easy comedy joke was not a good move. You should never sacrifice character development for humor. Thor has been through a whole lot and always comes out of the ordeal stronger. I don’t see him giving up like this and completely abandoning everyone. Then he’s stuck like that for the whole film which is annoying, especially since it wrecks all of his scenes against Thanos. You just can’t take him seriously anymore.

The first few minutes of Endgame are definitely the best in the sense that all of the potential was still there. Everyone was in their proper designs and we were gonna get the big rematch with Thanos. It was nice to see a peaceful Thanos who was finally the victor. If anything you feel bad for him when the Avengers break into his house and murder him. I think I’m one of the only people who really didn’t approve of this. Thor murdering him was a bad scene for me. Thanos was already defenseless and couldn’t hurt anyone. I can see the heroes taking the kill if it was still in the moment and he had just snapped everyone then it would at least make sense. Like this it’s just an empty scene showing how far gone the Avengers are at this point.

Most of them are just focused on revenge at this point like Hawkeye, Black Widow, Thor, and Captain America. It’s hard to even call them heroes for the opening scene. I’d say that Captain Marvel is at least approaching this from a more emotionless perspective. She’s definitely one of the highlights here though. Meanwhile, Hawkeye is another character who was wrecked. He really went off the deep end here and super suddenly too. Shouldn’t he have at least gone to the Avengers to try and think of ideas? Again, without Ant Man the heroes gave up awfully fast. We know who the real Avenger here is.

Meanwhile, Hulk was definitely a lot of fun. While he doesn’t get any fights and will always be remembered as the guy who got schooled by Thanos, I do like that he has embraced this and doesn’t fight anymore. Now he’s around for the solid humor scenes and giving people lunch. It’s actually handled pretty well and the facial expressions just make him a pretty fun character. I actually wouldn’t mind if he sticks like this.

Iron Man’s ending is handled pretty well too. His character is a bit up and down here as he definitely sulks a lot in the first half, but once the team goes on the mission he’s back to being the charismatic character that he usually is. He does pretty well in the action scenes as well. I do think he had more drive and determination in Infinity War, but the stakes were a lot higher there of course.

Meanwhile Thanos is still a great, but tragic character. From his point of view it’s almost like the Avengers are cheating. He won 5 years ago and now they’re messing with time to stop him. He does a good job of bringing in the whole army to put a stop to this even if the heroes still ended up overwhelming him. Naturally I won’t go as far as to say that I was rooting for him, but he was definitely a great villain and did a great job of taking on whole groups of heroes. It’s really impressive just how much he was able to accomplish on his own.

The film has a lot of “cheer” moments, but there was one in particular that I thought the movie completely messed up. It’s the classic “Avengers Assemble” line that the fans have been waiting for. We finally get it here, but the execution is just weird as Cap says the assemble part really low. I think they were going for a dramatic pause between the two words, but the second should have been delivered with a lot of power. Not the weak whimper that we got. The other cheer moment is handled a lot more explosively as all of the female heroes band together to help Captain Marvel. Sure, this one’s a little cheesy since if anything all those heroines are doing is slowing Marvel down, but it’s the thought that counts. The first scene just didn’t have any energy.

I don’t think Endgame is nearly as sad as everyone makes it out to be since over 90% of the cast have happy endings and it’s still half comedy as with all Marvel titles. On the other hand that’s not a bad thing (It’s probably a good thing) since that means the film doesn’t slow itself down a lot. It also helps for re watches to keep the movie fast paced. The banter and writing are as solid as always and that’s really the core of the Endgame experience. Even if you get annoyed at a lot of the film’s decisions it won’t change the fact that you had fun.

So Endgame ends the era on a bittersweet note. On one hand it is definitely still a very good movie and it does really nail the appropriate tone for such an epic climax. On the other hand, it could have been so much better that I don’t think I’ll ever be able to look at it as anything but a missed opportunity. There were a million better ways the film could have played out, but ultimately we’re stuck with this one. I also don’t think Marvel will be able to set up such a grand stage again for a very long time, likely at least 6-10 years. Then we may get another shot like this, but in the meanwhile I suppose it’s time for the waiting game to begin. If you haven’t seen the film yet then you should probably do so to help the film claim the #1 spot. You’ll also enjoy it a lot since the storylines building up to this title should already have you invested. At the end of the day it’s impressive how long this movie saga lasted.

Overall 7/10

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Captain Marvel Review


It’s time to look at Marvel’s latest installment in their expansive MCU franchise. Thanks to an early screening my brother got tickets to I was able to see this film a few days before it came out. It’s definitely a solid film that delivers on all fronts. It has all the classic MCU trends for success; strong dialogue, solid action, and quick pacing. The film doesn’t slow down the tempo and by the end you’ll be satisfied.

The film starts off with an early mission with Carol and the other Kree operatives. It’s a classic extraction mission as they need to get one of their agents out of a hostile environment. The situation does not go as expected and deteriorates quickly. Carol now finds herself on Earth and must confront memories that have haunted her recently. Are the Kree keeping secrets from her? Whether she likes the answers or not, Carol knows that she has to seek them out.

There’s naturally a lot more to the plot than that, but that’s a pretty general description so you won’t have anything spoiled. This is an early review so I’ll be even more careful than usual to avoid spoilers. Now, there is a general feeling among many reviewers that it’s bad to be predictable. A feeling where if you know exactly what’s going to happen in a film then it did something wrong. I don’t agree with that. Captain Marvel isn’t particularly subtle. All of the twists and turns are very predictable and you’ll always know what’s going to happen next. You’ll know which characters are the villains and which ones are the heroes. As Carol tries to figure out her past you’ll end up figuring it out first. To call it the most predictable superhero film may be pushing it, but there aren’t any surprises here, at least when it comes to twists. That’s likely due to a mix of the MCU formula telling you what to expect and general context clues.

I’d argue that this isn’t a bad thing though. What’s important is the execution. As long as the film does a good job of getting to its goal then knowing where it’s going isn’t a bad thing and that’s what the film does well. It’s always a fun adventure. This is thanks in no small part to Carol herself. She holds the film quite well as a lead. I buy into her tough persona a lot more than previous heroines like Black Widow and Gamora. I’ve always liked characters who are fairly aggressive and Carol here is like Hal Jordan or Wonder Woman. Nobody’s going to push her around and anyone who tries eats a photon blast. Captain Marvel is consistently defiant throughout and that’s always a good thing. She’s a lot smarter than other leads as well in a practical sense as she doesn’t fall for an obvious trap near the end of the film that I think many others would have. I look forward to seeing her in End Game. The only concern naturally is how powerful Captain Marvel is. She’s closer to fighters like Superman and Supergirl than someone like the Hulk. It’s easy to see her quickly taking down someone like Thanos here. I think the writers are going to have to be extremely cautious with how her character is portrayed going forward. It’d be pretty annoying to see her nerfed or losing a fight for no real reason.

Another plus for the film is the writing. MCU films are always a action/comedy blend which aim for a 50-50 split. The top notch films like Infinity War, Avengers, Winter Soldier, etc have a good blend. It’s the case for most of them to be honest as the franchise has been consistently great. The only exceptions have been films like Ant Man and Guardians of the Galaxy 2 which were on the weaker side. This one is a great example of how to do it right. There’s a lot of solid banter throughout and quality jokes. The humor scenes are funny though and aren’t forced. They also don’t take away from the fights. The heroes aren’t joking during battles, they take the stakes seriously and only joke before/afterwards.

This also contributes to the film’s quick pacing. It has quite a bit of replay value here since no act drags on. The film’s always moving and that’s always important. A film shouldn’t just be good the first time around, you should be able to re-watch a movie and still enjoy it. That won’t be a problem with this one. The action scenes are solid and the film’s rapid humor style ensures there isn’t a large build up before the jokes that would be harder to sit through if you already know the punchline.

I’d say that the effects look solid as well. They certainly aren’t for everyone as the higher-tier the fighters get the more obvious the effects become. It’s why people didn’t like Man of Steel’s effects despite being incredible. The colors are flashy here and the suits look good. Captain Marvel’s costume is incredibly accurate to the comics and stands out. The action scenes great and seeing Marvel fly through space blasting away at enemies is really cool.

Naturally there is an after credits scene here so be sure to stick around. It’s definitely one of the better ones. I always particularly enjoy when these scenes further the plot along. It’s one of the more direct continuations though so I’m wondering if they’re going to have to show this in the actual End Game film as well or not. I’d appreciate the boldness of not doing such a thing of course as at this point you should be able to stick around for an extra minute or two to see what scene is at the end. I can understand skipping the more comedic ones of course, but since you don’t know which scene it’ll be you just have to test your luck.

Of course the supporting cast here is solid as well. Nick Fury’s always been a fun character and it’s nice to have a younger version of him running around. He gets a pretty big focus here and is certainly right in the middle of many of the events here. He’s always quick on his feet and supports Carol pretty well despite having no powers. Coulson also shows up here although it’s more of a guest appearance than anything. He doesn’t do anything particularly big, but it’s always nice to see him around. There’s also Goose, the cat from the trailers. He’s naturally a lot of fun and I’m always up for having animal show up so long as nothing bad happens to them.

Then we have the Kree operatives. Yon-Rogg makes for a very capable commander. He’s a solid combatant and always thinks strategically. I definitely thought he was a good character. There’s also the sniper Minn-Erva who is pretty ruthless. You can quickly understand her character which speaks to the writing. She doesn’t get many scenes but definitely ends up being one of the most compelling Kree members. The rest of them don’t make much of an impact. Meanwhile for the Skrull there is really only one major member. He’s decent, but not nearly as interesting as the Kree.

I like how the Supreme Intelligence was shown here. It’s definitely a tough character to adapt and the way it was handled here makes a lot of sense. They also gave it a good amount of character even if you wonder how much of it is genuine. It’s definitely pretty cool. If Captain Marvel gets a sequel then I definitely see it getting more of a role. Of course, I would definitely have some serious questions about its appearance. You will have some questions by the end as this film takes place in the 90s as advertised. A lot has happened since then after all.

The film has a lot of inspirational moments as expected. Between the standout visuals and the music there are definitely a lot of memorable moments here. While the 90’s music may not pop the same way that the first Guardians did, the tunes are good. I liked the song that plays during one of the final fights. It was really unexpected, but that partially plays into why it was so successful. There’s a lot of quality choreography during the fights as well. These villains don’t go down so they just keep re-entering the fight. Makes for an extended climax which is always good.

Overall, Captain Marvel is definitely a great film. I really had no complaints with it. It managed to succeed in all categories. Putting aside the crossover films it’s definitely one of the MCU’s best titles. If we don’t count sequels it’s certainly in the top 5 debut titles for a hero. I definitely recommend checking this film out in theaters. It’s also the kind of film that certainly benefits from a big screen so you can really take in the epic visuals. It’s always tough to continue making solid film after film so Marvel definitely deserves a lot of credit for that. Now the wait begins for End Game. The trailers have been pretty lackluster for that one, but it is nice that Marvel’s trying to keep the film pretty hidden. They did a good job of that for Infinity War as well as I managed to duck all of the TV spots. I’m definitely expecting a lot of fights for End Game.

Overall 8/10

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Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Review


It’s time to look at the recent Spider-Man film that came out. This one was getting quite a lot of buzz when it came out. It certainly kept us waiting as I feel like the movie was announced ages ago. It’s definitely a very enjoyable movie. I think a lot of your enjoyment for it will depend on what you think of the animation style but regardless the writing is solid and I always do like crossovers.

The film starts out with Miles starting up in a new school. It’s a rather prestigious one so he is a bit nervous at having to say goodbye to all of his friends to make new ones. Still, he’ll make the best of it. Unfortunately school goes off to an awkward start as the only student who was friendly to him gets her hair ripped off thanks to Miles being unable to control the new powers he got from a spider. Then he is forced to watch as Spider-Man falls to the Kingpin. He now has a mission, Miles must destroy the Collider before it is activated again. If not, the whole multiverse will fall apart. Fortunately since it was active for a few minutes he will now have some backup in the form of Spider-Ham, Anime Spider Girl, Spider-Gwen, Spider-Man Noir, and Fat Spider-Man. Together they will stop the villains or die trying!

I think the animation style is important to talk about right off the bat. As you may or may not know, it isn’t my cup of tea. It looks like an awkward blend of CGI and Stop Motion, neither of which I am a big supporter of. The former can look good at times though while the latter has never worked. For the former, it’s also tough because my favorite style is what’s considered to not look very good. The old Spider-Man 1 game, the Machinima Transformers show, I tend to like CGI like that where the character models are very colorful and retro even if they may not be the most detailed or fluid. The latter just tend to try a little too hard. I think the best CGI are the kind that try to look like they’re anime/traditionally animated while the ones I don’t care for as much try to look very realistic/live action.

This one is more towards the former which is a good thing. I also think the animators did work really hard to do the best they could with this program. The credits along is a good example of something that must have taken a very long time to do. Throughout the movie we get a lot of sudden effects that will pop up as scenes have dozens of jump cuts. These aren’t used to highlight the action though, but typically as visual gags. It’s a style that works really well and I always enjoy it when watching something abridged or a good Youtube critique. Constant visuals like that help get you in the moment. It is something to watch out for if your eyes are sensitive though. The colors happen quite suddenly and keep on coming. It’s almost like a jump scare for your eyes as opposed to your ears. This is especially noticeable when watching in the theater.

Again, this works pretty well for me. I love the constant stimulus but it isn’t for everyone. I think ultimately that helped me get into the film more. The effects were just masterfully done and helped the animation hold up. I also did like the bright colors for the fight scenes. The Prowler chasing Miles around the city for example was quite nice. Even just scenes of the characters walking around like Miles in the opening are pretty crisp. Sometimes it could get a little sloppy like when Peter was eating a burger near the beginning though. Most of the ingredient character models seemed to be pretty iffy at best and I think that scene may have been done in a hurry.

The fight scenes also look pretty good. My favorite moment in the film was definitely when all of the villains showed up in Aunt May’s house. It’s rare that we get a proper group vs group fight where all of the combatants are locked in such a small place like this. Naturally things didn’t go very well for the house, but it was definitely an excellent fight. A shame that it had to end off screen though. That’s always a little disappointing. Nonetheless, the action scenes were always on point whenever they would happen. I would have liked to have seen more of them if anything, but that’s not to say that there isn’t much action here. There’s a good amount so I believe you will be satisfied.

Where the film falters a bit is in its choice of Spider-Man. We get to see the real Peter Parker at the beginning of the film and this is a problem. It’s a problem because he completely outshines everyone else in the film to the point where it isn’t really all that close. He’s the perfect hero and a nice guy to boot. He always wins and has a perfect character arc since he is the Spider-Man from the original trilogy and he actually had a happy ending. Once he’s gone we are met with the main Spider-Man of the other universe. This one is made to be worse in every way. He’s mean, overweight, and just isn’t very professional at all. It’s nice that he’s still pretty confident and all. When he isn’t being corrupted by his cells he actually is decent at times. Still, he can be very annoying until the climax and you just wish the real Spider-Man was here.

The other Spider-Men were all pretty solid though. Noir doesn’t get a huge role but he shines in every scene that he gets. His old school way of talking is always fun and the guy does back up his tough talk. I don’t think he loses a single fight in the film and he probably looks the most impressive. Somehow I feel like he would be the one to not return in a sequel but it would certainly be fun if he did. Then we have Spider-Ham. He’s basically the comedy member of the group, but the film never overextends with him. He gets a few scenes with the gags you would expect, but they’re written well enough. Then we have Penny Parker who is the anime character. I do think the film dropped the ball with her a bit since she actually looked pretty weak next to everyone else. I guess she doesn’t have to be the strongest or anything, but I feel like she was the only one to not really have a pivotal moment. She is low key the smartest of the bunch though as she was able to fix the Goober for the others with ease. Her robot wasn’t quite as likable, but it could fight pretty well.

Then we’ve got Spider-Gwen. She’s a fun character as you would expect. You might have some questions about how she so seamlessly fit into the real world though. Between the constant glitching out and the fact that she’s only been around for a little while it just doesn’t seem all too realistic how she has avoided detection. Well, that’s a pretty minor thing I suppose. Gwen has a good amount of confidence and was a solid addition to the team. I’d definitely be up for seeing her again in a sequel.

Aside from the Spider related characters we’ve also got Miles’ supporting cast. His parents are definitely good characters. They’re written pretty well as affectionate parents who are looking out for him from start to finish. They don’t have any crazy misunderstandings with Miles and while the Dad dislikes Spider-Man he isn’t crazy about it either. Miles’ uncle is also a good character who may not be the most positive influence out there, but makes the right calls when necessary. Miles also has a roommate but the guy doesn’t do anything so we can skip him.

I suppose now’s a good time to talk about the lead. Miles is a pretty decent main character. He is pretty witty from the start and does try his best to be a hero. I’m a little dubious about him wanting to put stickers everywhere even though he knows it’s against the law and has been told several times. It’s a character trait that seems a little bit forced, but I guess it was a good transition to show that his uncle’s influence has gotten to him to an extent. It takes Miles a while to really get into the zone with his powers but by the end he has them down. The film almost starts up a romance for him which is fortunately avoided. I do think Miles didn’t handle that part well at all which hurts him a bit, but he could have been worse about it.

As for the villains, we have quite a few here. Not all of them get a whole lot to do here. One of the main ones is the Prowler who is definitely cool. He has a great costume and fights sort of like the Beetle. Then you have Doctor Octopus although this is a slightly different version than the one you may be familiar with. She’s a good fighter, but not a very interesting villain. The heroes probably should have seen her coming a little more than they did.

Which, I could talk about how the Spider-Sense should have looked a lot better than it did, but I suppose it wasn’t super egregious here. You could also argue that having so many Spider folk in one place may have disoriented it a bit. Kingpin is the head honcho here and the animators definitely had a lot of fun with his design. The guy’s huge and looks like he is some kind of living wall. He’s definitely a fun antagonist and you don’t get to see him go up against Spider-Man all that much anymore. It was a nice throwback to the good ole days.

There also is an after credits scene which is definitely a lot of fun. I’d definitely recommend checking it out. It doesn’t necessarily have anything to do with the next film but it’s just a great moment. i always believe that a film should always have an after credits scene but it needs to be a good scene. You can’t just put something random in or a scene that’s dull. It should have some kick to it and that’s exactly what this film did. It ends the movie on a high note.

Finally, we have the soundtrack. This one I was less crazy about. The songs are all very loud and I wouldn’t say that any of them are all that good. The instrumental battle themes and such are good, but the lyrical songs weren’t really my cup of tea. Nothing that would hurt the experience for you though. You’ll be too distracted by the fact that Spider-Man has a spider cave to give it much thought during the movie.

Overall, This was a pretty good Spider-Man movie. I do think it’s the kind of film that really benefits from a theatrical viewing though as it helps ramp up the effects and everything. There’s a good mix of humor and action in here. The audience was roaring with laughter quite a lot. It was deserved as the humor was pretty good. The gags aren’t typically annoying or anything. As for how funny you find it, that’ll naturally depend on what you find entertaining. The gags are very quick regardless which is always good. Dragging out a joke is something you do not want to do. The pacing is pretty good and the fights are quite excellent so all in all it lived up to expectations. You’ll get what you expect here and that’s a good thing. Hopefully the sequel is just as fun.

Overall 7/10

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Venom Review


When Venom was first announced there was a lot of panic in the streets since there are so many good arcs to choose from and so little time. Naturally it made sense to choose one where Venom is a little more on the heroic side to build him up as the main character of this universe (Or that’s what they should do at least) so then the film builds its origin story around that. It was actually quite a bit better than I expected after hearing the negative buzz. It’s a good film that can hold its own and I’m definitely ready for that sequel.

The film starts with Venom crash landing on Earth along with 3-4 other symbiotes. (The film opted to switch the pronunciation back to normal) they had been captured by the government except for one who manages to escape. This corrupt company wants to find a way to merge humans and aliens so they can live in space and are murdering a bunch of people off the streets in order to do this. Eddie once tried stopping this company but it cost him everything. Well, a doctor has convinced him to give it a second shot and with a symbiotic of his own, Eddie may just have a chance. He’s been beaten by corporate, humiliated, treated like a drunk has been. Eddie decides that it’s time he stood up for himself.

A lot of this film will probably depend on how much you like Eddie Brock himself. The guy is definitely not like your average hero. He’s usually a little on the drunk side and is always down on his luck. He means well but at the same time doesn’t think things through. On one hand you see several examples of him being a good person like when he gave a homeless lady some money or how he tends to get along with everyone like the door man and the owner of a convenience store. Eddie’s just a very easy going guy even if he can be a little slow to adapt to what’s going on. I don’t think his character personality was executed nearly as well as it could or should have been though. I think he could have been very likable if handled right but from what we got he can be rather annoying.

The Venom symbiote is a lot of fun though. His personality reminds me of Blue Beetle’s scarab. At first he is pretty ruthless and acts like a villain but gets rehabilitated rather convincingly. Even from the start he is pretty handy to Eddie and as he mentions, Venom is a reasonable guy. He even lets Eddie square away his personal issues before they head out on their final mission. The symbiote is always quick on his feet and I’d say he is also quite patient considering how much Eddie is complaining throughout all of this. Venom’s easily the best character here although I have a hard time believing that he wasn’t cool back on his world. I like to think he is just trying to be sympathetic to Eddie which shows once again that he is a pretty nice guy. The plot of a character being possessed by another entity or being forced to share a body can usually go on 3 ways. The spirit is evil and crushes the hero, the spirit is heroic and they team up, or the spirit is rather ruthless but will help the hero for mutual survival and down the road they become friends. The final version is typically the best route, especially when the other entity never fully turns good and is always a bit of a loose cannon. That’s why I’m glad the film went this route.

I do have to say that the writing can be rather weak though. The script isn’t great which makes the characters a little harder to like than they would be otherwise. The language definitely could have been toned down quite a bit. There is also the matter of the romance being quite weak here. The main heroine’s instant rebound was super suspect as she clearly couldn’t have cared for Eddie much if she’s already moved on so completely. There was a time skip of a few months which is supposed to make this feel more organic…but it doesn’t really work. Throw in the fact that some sketchy stuff happens later on and I don’t think her character arc is going in a good direction. Plus, Dan seemed like a reasonable character but you get the feeling that he is doomed from the start. At least he tried helping Eddie. Two other supporting characters who were fun were the Deli owner and the homeless lady by the store. They seemed to be pretty nice characters who were doing their best to get by. Eddie being nice to them is part of the reason why he’s a likable character in the first place. The rapport with those characters is on point and hopefully the Deli owner gets to appear in the sequel. Maybe she can give him some more advice.

As for the scientist lady who tries to enlist Eddie’s help….I can’t say that I was really a fan of hers. She just seems a little wishy washy and far too late about suddenly feeling bad about her work. The company she works for has already murdered a ton of people. She has a quick line about how it was worth it since they were curing cancer, but not anymore since they’re trying for space travel. While the latter does seem to be less important than the former, the ends don’t justify the means either way. Then when she does make her move she isn’t particularly smart. She should have left the complex the instant things went sideways. Did she forget that security cameras are a thing? As soon as the villain found out that someone had broken in she should have left. She just wasn’t nearly as compelling as the other characters.

Then you have the corporate big shot who is trying to harness the power of the symbiotes for his own gain. The guy is heralded as a genius, but doesn’t seem all that smart from what we see. It just looks like he has a lot of money and gets everyone else to do the inventing for him. I mean, that happens a lot in real life as well as the small workers do all the work for the big shots who take the credit, but it needed to be said. Still, he’s a pretty fun main villain. He’s very full of himself and definitely does take down a lot of characters during the course of the movie. He definitely gets outranked once Riot shows up though. Also, he wants to inhabit space since Earth was too overpopulated. I think he would have liked Thanos’ plans to snap half of all life away. Then things would be balanced….as all things should be. He would have joined Thanos’ ranks in a heartbeat….and then chickened out halfway so he would have been doomed.

Riot is definitely a fun character. He makes for a great villain and his deign is pretty hype. In general the designs for the symbiote creatures were pretty solid. Venom looks like his classic 90s self and of course Riot is basically just a grayer version of Venom. This makes for a pretty epic climax in the film where both characters really get to go at it. With the raw power that both characters have as well as their regeneration, it means that neither one will be going down very quickly. I suppose that it’s unlikely we will have Riot show up again in a sequel since the next film will likely feature the fan favorite Carnage as the villain. We’ll see if that guy can really match up to Riot though.

Naturally this film does have an after credits scene so you may want to stick around for that. It’s a fairly low key scene involving a character who certainly doesn’t seem to be very interesting, but you could argue that this side of him doesn’t actually matter. The real deal will show up soon. It’s definitely a good stinger for the next film though. It does its job of cluing you in as to what will happen next time as opposed to just going for a quick gag. There is another scene at the end, but that one’s just a preview for Spider Verse so you don’t need to stick around for that. Having previews for other films don’t count and shouldn’t be left for the end unless it’s a direct sequel or something like that.

While the lobster scene wasn’t quite as bad as I thought it would be I definitely don’t think it was needed in the film. All the scenes of Eddie just eating random stuff just didn’t age particularly well and showing him trying to deal with being the host to Venom could have just been shown through the voice in his head. Why would Venom be trolling him like this? Also, the film briefly delves into the whole “The symbiote will destroy you from the inside” plot, but in Eddie’s case he should have believed Venom. He had already seen the regeneration in action so why wouldn’t that keep working to protect him? Worst case is that he becomes dependent on the symbiote to live, but if that’s the case then so be it. Venom seems like a trust worthy guy.

This film also keeps up Sony’s trend of having scenes from the trailer show up at the very end of the movie. It’s a pretty interesting strategy as you keep waiting for the moments to arrive and almost start to think that maybe they were cut until they finally show up at the end. An example of this is the deli scene near the end that basically everyone knows about since it was in the trailer and probably a lot of TV spots. It’s a pretty fun way to end the film I suppose. It’s one of the perks about being more of a villain who just helps out the world for his own reasons. If Batman, Spiderman, or another hero did this then it would be time to write a lot of quick editorials about how this was a terrible mistake. When Venom does it? Eh, it’s no real problem. Venom’s not the kind of guy who typically spares people. At least he didn’t destroy the cops right? When done right characters like this can have some pretty interesting story arcs. Eddie doesn’t really seem to care much about hiding his identity and pretty soon the villains are going to be terrified of him. The crime rate should drop quite a bit in his home town although he will have to make sure to be at least a little more subtle before the government starts going after him.

Venom’s also fairly tame with the violence considering that at one point it was possibly going to be R. It just goes to show that the film didn’t need it and honestly no film has ever been improved by upping the rating that far. All it does is water films down with excessive content so I’m glad that the sequel is going to stay like this one. With the cool effects we’ve already seen here we are guaranteed to have some really fun fights as it is. It also makes sense to keep the opponents to symbiotes since it will be tough for a normal opponent to hope to fight Venom. Even Spider-Man likely wouldn’t stand a chance against this version of Venom although since his spider-sense should work it could still be a good fight.

Overall, Venom was a solid film. It delivered on the action scenes and it’s also good to have a lead like Eddie who is very down to Earth and looks after the every day guy. He keeps on helping the neighborhood and won’t let fame cloud his mind. It’ll be nice to see him in the sequel as his confidence should be a lot higher and he’ll have his life under control once again. So long as the sequel stays on point and maybe fixes up the writing, it could definitely be quite the title to look out for. If you haven’t seen this film yet then you should try to fix that while you still can. Its theater run won’t last forever after all. Minor thing to watch out for as well, the film decided to drop the whole SymBYote thing so…if you’re watching for that line then keep this in mind.

Overall 6/10

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Ant-Man and the Wasp Review


The first Ant Man film still ranks as the worst MCU film of them all. It’s a shame since the film was a lot of fun but just squeezed in too much animal violence which certainly wasn’t necessary. This one is a big improvement mainly since the insects don’t get to do a lot here. There are a few casualties used for an unsuccessful gag but for the most part this film avoided making the same mistake as the last one which is good.

The film starts off by showing us how Janet made the ultimate sacrifice to save the world. We then cut to Scott trying to do his best to make it off house arrest. He just needs to stay in the house for 4 more days which should be fairly simple. Unfortunately he then has a dream about becoming Janet which leads Hope to kidnap him for answers. An Ant is left in his place but Scott has to solve this case by the end of the day or else the cops will grow wise to him. The mission: Save Janet from the Quantum Realm. The obstacles: A mysterious being known as the ghost and a couple of thugs with guns. Looks like it is time to suit up!

This film always did look promising from the first trailer. Mainly I liked the music and Wasp’s confidence that she would have changed the outcome in Civil War. I don’t doubt it either as the only opponent that she would effectively be powerless against would be Vision. Everyone else would be taking damage from her blasters and size shifting combos. Honestly Scott should have brought her along and I would like to see her fight more powered fighters. She is definitely one of the best characters in the film and one thing she is really good at is adapting on the fly. Even with her first encounter with the Ghost she was handling the phasing abilities pretty well. Attacking the instant that the ghost would appear and using her own size shifting to counter it.

Then we have Ant Man who is ultimately a normal guy without too much fighting practice aside from some moves that the Wasp taught him. Considering that he does a pretty decent job but he does spend a large chunk of the film getting thrown left and right. It makes sense since the Ghost is far better trained. While he may not be the toughest fighter out there, Scott’s definitely a good guy and is definitely trying his best to help everyone out.

In particular I thought that one of his earliest scenes was pretty impressive. Since he is locked in his own house he had to improvise to entertain his daughter. He builds an elaborate set up of boxes and figures to make her a mini adventure. I imagine that the film makers had fun creating that as well. He even learned slight of hand magic tricks which I would like to see him incorporate in fights. That kind of truck could be useful.

Pym is a little more on the annoying side though. Wasp has really valid reasons to be upset at Scott since they were rather close and he still ditched her without a word to get in on the fight. That is definitely very personal. Pym basically has the same complaints but you can’t put quite as much stock in them especially since he would have been very reluctant to help. They were fighting Ironman though so maybe that would have convinced him but as Scott I certainly wouldn’t have trusted the guy. Pym has his moments but at the end of the day he still isn’t the most heroic figure out there.

One area where the film shines is the fight scenes as I mentioned earlier. They are quite well done and the battles are very quick. I’ll take phasing over size manipulation any day but both techniques are great for dodging hits. We also get a lot of chase scenes with the cars and the heroes are always on the run. The film’s pacing is quite good as it never drags on and we get several climaxes each more intense than the last.

Meanwhile Goliath gets a bit of a role but he definitely isn’t a very good character. He has some reasonable motivations to work with but goes about them all wrong. Things would have worked out a whole lot better if he just thought things through more. Instead he just comes across as rather whiny the whole time. Burch also gets a bit of a role as he tries to force himself into the technology breakthroughs that the heroes are poised to get with their tech. You have to love his confidence I suppose, but the guy almost feels a little out of place here. He never actually does anything so if he was cut out I doubt anyone would have really cared.

Luis gets a decently big role as well and he handles the comic relief role pretty well. He never seems to be all that afraid of the villains and takes everything in stride. He is pretty good at designing traps as well and kept his company alive for quite a while. This guy is definitely not someone to be taken lightly. He’s better than most of the other sidekicks currently running around the universe that’s for sure.

The Ghost is one of the big characters of course since she is the main villain and it’s a role that she handles well. I like the design of the Ghost suit and she certainly mastered her powers to a good degree. As always SHEILD looks awfully shady here but that’s nothing new. Fortunately those guys are no longer in business in the movies (for now) so these people with powers can finally be safe. Towards the end her partner in crime kept chickening out so I was definitely on her side there. They’ve already come this far and he knows the risks so this change of heart comes across as very sudden especially since the Ghost is the one taking all of the risk. She’s one of the better recent villains.

We do get an after credits scene here that is actually plot important and taken seriously. There is a second which covers the comedy angle and that’s always good since if you just have one such scene and it’s a comedy one…then that’s much more of an issue. The first scene is almost tragic in a sense since aside from serious plot convenience it is hard to really see a way out of this one aside from a lot of waiting. I probably would have tweaked the ending a bit there but either way it is a solid scene.

Overall, This was a pretty fun film. It was a good follow up to the Infinity War and continues to show how modern effects can make a lot of different super powers pretty useful. Being able to change sizes may not seem amazing right off the bat but if you can do it with great speed then you will be going places. I’d recommend checking this film out if you’re in the mood for a solid action film with a good amount of humor. Now I’m ready to see how Ant Man will contribute to the team in the next Avengers film.

Overall 7/10

Blog Fight Records

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
139th Gmerl 1-1 .500
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
139th Jet Jaguar 1-1 .500
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
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139th Soul 1-1 .500
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139th Professor Oak 1-1 .500
139th 139th Poliwrath 1-1 .500
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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
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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
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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 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
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139th Miwa 1-1 .500
139th Tori (Yugioh) 1-1 .500
139th Asuka 1-1 .500
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139th Asami Sato 1-1 .500
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139th Inkay 1-1 .500
139th Kyurem 1-1 .500
139th Lucius Malfoy 1-1 .500
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139th Darth Sidious 1-1 .500
139th Sasha 1-1 .500
139th Sarah Connor 1-1 .500
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139th Mr Majestic 1-1 .500
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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
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139th Pepsiman 1-1 .500
139th Fluttershy 1-1 .500
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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
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168th Ghirahim 1-2 .333
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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
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168th Phantomon 1-2 .333
168th Arm-Fall-Off Man 1-2 .333
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168th Yajirobe 2-4 .333
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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
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168th Golem 1-2 .333
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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
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168th Purna 1-2 .333
168th Shirai Kuroko 1-2 .333
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168th Ender Dragon 3-6 .333
168th Count Olaf 2-4 .333
168th Epona 1-2 .333
168th Megaman Trigger 1-2 .333
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168th Khazrak The One Eye 1-2 .333
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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
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182nd Starscream 2-6 .250
182nd Demolition Man 1-3 .250
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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
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182nd Zarbon 1-3 .250
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182nd Donha 1-3 .250
182nd Toad (Marvel) 1-4 .250
182nd Baron Zemo (12th) 1-4 .250
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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
Dr Mabuse 0-1
Dr Akihabara 0-1
Dodrio 0-1
Davy Jones 0-1
Don Krieg 0-1
Dario 0-1
Prospero 0-1
Ruby 0-1
Ruby (SHIELD) 0-1
Ruby (Marvel) 0-1
Opal 0-1
Pillsbury Doughboy 0-1
Danny 0-1
Captain Aidan 0-1
Charles Goodshow 0-1
Cheetah 0-1
Cissy 0-1
Regigigas 0-1
Perry The Platypus 0-1
Pete Pebbleman 0-1
Otoshi 0-1
Chopper 0-1
Corona 0-1
Drake 0-1
Moby Dick 0-1
Melanie 0-1
Masako 0-1
Marissa 0-1
Mandi 0-1
Idate 0-1
Igneous 0-1
Demios Sword Dragon 0-1
Isshin 0-1
Demise 0-1
Jeanette Fisher 0-1
Kageroza 0-1
Katie Kaboom 0-1
Ethan 0-1
Ignika 0-1
Magnus The Red 0-1
Horus 0-1
Niko Bellic 0-1
Magnus 0-1
Major Burrows 0-1
Mad Harriet 0-1
Luana 0-1
Leech 0-1
Lashina 0-1
Flaahgra 0-1
Flint 0-1
Flurrie 0-1
Gemini Killer 0-1
Giganta 0-1
Goobie 0-1
Gonzo 0-1
Katrina 0-1
Kuro 0-1
Kaz 0-1
Kay 0-1
Kaiser 0-1
Kaito Kid 0-1
Nam 0-1
Hexapodus 0-1
Kalibak 0-1
Keigo 0-1
Marta 0-1
Baki 0-1
Humbah 0-1
Ginny 0-1
Guy Smiley 0-1
Gulzar 0-1
Handy Manny 0-1
Gold Roger 0-1
Hally 0-1
Konoko 0-1
Hasky 0-1
Ultimecia 0-1
Uni Lord 0-1
Goliath (Gargoyles) 0-1
Queen Ophiuca 0-1
Adam Gibson 0-1
Aiwass 0-1
Aleister Crowley 0-1
Aleph 0-1
Sin 0-1
Crowler 0-1
Slither 0-1
Spoiler 0-1
Steven Lang 0-1
Skullbuster 0-1
Sara Pezzini 0-1
Slither (DC) 0-1
Miho 0-1
Muffy 0-1
Cadena 0-1
Blaster 0-1
Brain 0-1
Bellhop Goomba 0-1
Burner 0-1
Christie 0-1
Carly 0-1
Chimera (Marvel) 0-1
Claire 0-1
Cylla 0-1
Gronkle 0-1
Equilibrius 0-1
Fowler 0-1
Wendy 0-1
Ritchie 0-1
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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
228th Giorno Giovanna 0-4
228th Katniss 0-4
228th Toad 0-4
228th Governor Breck 0-4
228th Dr Octopus 0-4
228th Anna Williams 0-4
228th Wreck Gar 0-4
228th Big 0-4
228th Pokey 0-4
228th Fred Flintstone 0-4
228th Harvey Bullock 0-4
228th Manchester Black 0-4
228th Draco Malfoy 0-4
228th Gloomba 0-4
228th Headless Horseman 0-4
228th Velma 0-4
228th Charmy 0-4
228th Waddle Dee 0-4
228th Yellow Luma 0-4
228th Navi 0-4
228th Porky Pig 0-4
228th Ocean Master 0-4
228th Dr Doofenshmirtz 0-4
228th Hairbag 0-4
228th Eric The Red 0-4
228th Wiggler 0-4
228th Minotaur 0-4
228th Aunt May 0-4
228th Iceman exe 0-4
228th Tori 0-4
228th Orbot 0-4
228th Luna 0-4
228th Luppi 0-4
228th Mangog 0-4
228th Sprocket 0-4
228th Anetta 0-4
228th Bucky 0-4
228th Crash 0-4
228th Kashitarou 0-4
228th Shang Chi 0-4
228th The Grinch 0-4
228th S’ym 0-4
228th Xana 0-4
228th Malekith 0-4
228th Armorknight Cerberus 0-4
228th Stein Blade Joker 0-4
228th Lord of Nightmares 0-4
228th John Constantine 0-4
228th Two Face 0-4
228th Mama Bear 0-4
228th Gigantosaurus 0-4

229th Granny Goodness 0-5
229th Gloom 0-5
229th Barry William Cox 0-5
229th Graves 0-5
229th Jirobo 0-5
229th Magnetman 0-5
229th Water Horse 0-5
229th Whaleman 0-5
229th Scorcher 0-5
229th Bujin 0-5
229th Modok 0-5
229th Prunella 0-5
229th Ultra Humanite 0-5
229th Vixen 0-5
229th Woodman 0-5
229th Batwoman 0-5
229th Egghead 0-5
229th Quest 0-5
229th Domestic Longhair 0-5
229th Crazy Bus 0-5
229th Tigra 0-5
229th Puar 0-5
229th Caster 0-5
229th Zouken 0-5
229th Donatello 0-5
229th Saint Dane 0-5
229th Ryuunosuke 0-5
229th Scorpion King 0-5
229th Worm 0-5
229th Water Horse 0-5
229th Captain Cold 0-5
229th Bullseye 0-5
229th Kemura 0-5

230th Graboid 0-6
230th Takun 0-6
230th Medusa 0-6
230th Raphael 0-6
230th Sage of Six Paths 0-6
230th Rubberband Man 0-6
230th Ares (Marvel) 0-6
230th Gyroman 0-6
230th US Agent 0-6
230th Trapster 0-6
230th Wybie Lovat 0-6
230th Python 0-6
230th Mad Hatter 0-6
230th Frankenstein 0-6
230th Killer Croc 0-6

231st Michelangelo (1970’s) 0-7
231st Frodo 0-7
231st Rossiu 0-7
231st Encyclopedia Brown 0-7
231st Karin 0-7
231st Rage Shenron 0-7
231st Lambo 0-7
231st Peter Griffin 0-7

232nd Pretty Boy 0-8
232nd Tinky Winky 0-8
232nd Po 0-8

233rd Dipsy 0-9
233rd Laa Laa 0-9
233rd Alex Hopper 0-9

234th Arcade 0-10
234th Guts Man 0-10

235th Penguin 0-11
235th Pickman 0-11
235th Polar Bear 0-11

236th Norman Bates 0-15

237th Prince Haru 0-16

238th Blob 0-17

239th Oolong 0-27

240th Nemo 0-45