Venom Review

Venom
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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Avengers Infinity War Update

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I now own the Blu Ray! Our MCU collection is one step closer to being complete and balanced, as all things should be.

Ant-Man and the Wasp Review

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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

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
139th Sticks 1-1 .500
139th Gigalith 1-1 .500
139th Gliscor 1-1 .500
139th Victor (Pokemon) 1-1 .500
139th Jirachi 1-1 .500
139th Chikorita 1-1 .500
139th Tyrogue 1-1 .500
139th N 1-1 .500
139th Gallade 1-1 .500
139th Regice 1-1 .500
139th Goldeen 3-3 .500
139th Espio 3-3 .500
139th Soul 1-1 .500
139th Horo Horo 2-2 .500
139th Moonface 1-1 .500
139th Faust 1-1 .500
139th Professor Oak 1-1 .500
139th 139th Poliwrath 1-1 .500
139th Gemini Aspros 1-1 .500
139th Carnage 8-8 .500
139th Spirit of Fire 1-1 .500
139th Midna 1-1 .500
139th Cyborg 3-3 .500
139th Blackfire 2-2 .500
139th Ratchet (TF) 1-1 .500
139th Roadblock (Pretender) 1-1 .500
139th Heihachi 2-2 .500
139th Haku (Spirited Away) 1-1 .500
139th Toriko 2-2 .500
139th Lili (Tekken) 2-2 .500
139th Dark Magician 1-1 .500
139th Skull Knight 1-1 .500
139th Gagaga Girl 1-1 .500
139th Galaxy Eyes Tachyon Dragon 1-1 .500
139th Dean Winchester 1-1 .500
139th Darth Nihilus 1-1 .500
139th Two Headed King Rex 1-1 .500
139th Cable 1-1 .500
139th Rezo 1-1 .500
139th Fennekin 1-1 .500
139th Ms Pac Man 1-1 .500
139th Griffith 1-1 .500
139th Fei Wang Wong 1-1 .500
139th Arale 1-1 .500
139th Dan Hibiki 1-1 .500
139th Valgaav 1-1 .500
139th Zoroark 1-1 .500
139th Raviel 1-1 .500
139th Princess Vivi 1-1 .500
139th Cosmos 1-1 .500
139th Ahab 1-1 .500
139th Lyla 1-1 .500
139th Aldra 1-1 .500
139th Basilisk (Morbius) 1-1 .500
139th Basilisk (European) 1-1 .500
139th Boa Constrictor 1-1 .500
139th Kallen 1-1 .500
139th Chouun Shiryuu 1-1 .500
139th Doris Lang 1-1 .500
139th Chizuru Minamoto 1-1 .500
139th Kurogane 1-1 .500
139th Angel (Girl) 1-1 .500
139th Layer 1-1 .500
139th Shimrra Jamaane 1-1 .500
139th Gorgatron 1-1 .500
139th Chihaya Hiiragi 1-1 .500
139th Biko Daitokuji 1-1 .500
139th Beetle 1-1 .500
139th Shinichi Ozaki 1-1 .500
139th Douglas Gordon 1-1 .500
139th Miwa 1-1 .500
139th Tori (Yugioh) 1-1 .500
139th Asuka 1-1 .500
139th Milan 1-1 .500
139th Asami Sato 1-1 .500
139th Lala 1-1 .500
139th Shelly 1-1 .500
139th Myosai Kakouen 1-1 .500
139th Chaud 1-1 .500
139th Mundus 1-1 .500
139th Ace 1-1 .500
139th Larry Koopa 1-1 .500
139th Daniel Witwicky 1-1 .500
139th Omega Glendios 1-1 .500
139th Inkay 1-1 .500
139th Kyurem 1-1 .500
139th Lucius Malfoy 1-1 .500
139th Falco 3-3 .500
139th Darth Sidious 1-1 .500
139th Sasha 1-1 .500
139th Sarah Connor 1-1 .500
139th Ralf Jones 1-1 .500
139th Mr Majestic 1-1 .500
139th Zordon 1-1 .500
139th Erwin 1-1 .500
139th Demigra 1-1 .500
139th Sayaka Miki 1-1 .500
139th Rinoa Heartilly 1-1 .500
139th Lucy Heartfilia 2-2 .500
139th Leatherback 1-1 .500
139th Clark Still 1-1 .500
139th Clare 1-1 .500
139th Weather Wizard 1-1 .500
139th Jyn Erso 1-1 .500
139th Anakin Solo 1-1 .500
139th Gregory 1-1 .500
139th Jesse Pinkman 1-1 .500
139th Roger Smith 1-1 .500
139th Hyperion 1-1 .500
139th Ageha 1-1 .500
139th Chakravartin 1-1 .500
139th Yoichi 1-1 .500
139th Euryale 1-1 .500
139th L 3-3 .500
139th Serpentor 1-1 .500
139th Lucas 2-2 .500
139th Pyrrha 1-1 .500
139th David Van Driessen 1-1 .500
139th Deoxys 1-1 .500
139th Niskaru Bloodhunter 1-1 .500
139th Hagrid 1-1 .500
139th Plusle 1-1 .500
139th Ereshkigal 1-1 .500
139th Boruto 1-1 .500
139th The Car 1-1 .500
139th Captain Murphy 1-1 .500
139th Captain Nemo 1-1 .500
139th Max Taylor 1-1 .500
139th Slifer The Sky Dragon 1-1 .500
139th Shiho 1-1 .500
139th Nathan Algren 1-1 .500
139th Zoom (Zolomon) 3-3 .500
139th Daniel Turpin 1-1 .500
139th Ken Ichijouji 1-1 .500
139th Shao Kahn 1-1 .500
139th Cardinal Mutchy Mutchy 1-1 .500
139th Dex 3-3 .500
139th Samui 1-1 .500
139th Bulletproof 1-1 .500
139th Luud 1-1 .500
139th CC 1-1 .500
139th Cheesecake 1-1 .500
139th Harpoon 1-1 .500
139th Dakki 1-1 .500
139th Scorpia 1-1 .500
139th Rusty (Acolyte) 1-1 .500
139th Dore 1-1 .500
139th Sabrina 1-1 .500
139th Neiz 1-1 .500
139th Pui Pui 1-1 .500
139th Iroha 1-1 .500
139th Kaileena 1-1 .500
139th Rin Tohsaka 1-1 .500
139th Helena 1-1 .500
139th Tomoe 1-1 .500
139th Number Four 1-1 .500
139th Reina Soho 1-1 .500
139th Anna (Frozen) 1-1 .500
139th Beel 1-1 .500
139th Madoka Kaname 1-1 .500
139th Shinoa 1-1 .500
139th Carl Denham 1-1 .500
139th Tengu Shredder 19-19 .500
139th Green Goblin 7-7 .500
139th Slade 7-7 .500
139th Vineman 4-4 .500
139th Lin Beifong 1-1 .500
139th Tybalt 1-1 .500
139th Cade Yeager 1-1 .500
139th Hillbilly 1-1 .500
139th Ginyu 2-2 .500
139th Duel Sieger 1-1 .500
139th Solomon Grundy 4-4 .500
139th Mercury 1-1 .500
139th Luke Cage 3-3 .500
139th Azula 1-1 .500
139th Drosselmeyer 1-1 .500
139th Rias Gremory 1-1 .500
139th Wimpy 1-1 .500
139th Baloo 1-1 .500
139th Mary Marvel 1-1 .500
139th Big Mac 1-1 .500
139th Pepsiman 1-1 .500
139th Fluttershy 1-1 .500
139th Jedah Dohma 1-1 .500
139th Motoko Kusanagi 1-1 .500
139th Momo 1-1 .500
139th Kino 1-1 .500
139th Terumi Kuchinawa 1-1 .500
139th Bloody Moon Dragon 1-1 .500
139th Toppo 1-1 .500

140th Gamera 19-20 .487

141st Nami 13-14 .481

142nd Zilla 10-11 .476

143rd King Caesar 9-10 .473

144th Kamacuras 8-9 .470

145th Flashman 7-8 .466

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

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

148th Ring 19-23 .452

149th Rideman 18-22 .450

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

151st Knightman 18-23 .439

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

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

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

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

156th Gateman 18-25 .418

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

158th Brook 11-16 .407

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

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

161st Voldemort 5-8 .384

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

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

164th Blade 5-9 .357

165th Robin (Damian) 6-11 .352

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

167th Luigi 11-21 .343

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

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

170th Bowlman 13-28 .317

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

172nd Gutsman 5-11 .312

173rd Gorilla Grodd 4-9 .307

174th Thing 7-16 .304

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

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

177th Cutman 11-28 .282

178th Normal Navi 11-29 .275

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

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

181st Jammingman 10-28 .263

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

183rd Marth 5-16 .238

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

185th Balki Bartokomous 5-17 .227

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

187th King Kong 11-39 .220

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

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

190th Larry Appleton 6-25 .193

191st Glyde 7-32 .179

192nd Villager 4-19 .173

193rd Harry Potter 5-24 .172

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

195th Wario 6-31 .162

196th Arthur 3-16 .157

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

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

199th Johnny Ohm 3-20 .130

200th Green Crusher Militaryman 5-34 .128

201st Captain Kirk 13-89 .127

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

203rd Chunk 6-43 .122

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

205th Pink Crusher Militaryman 4-35 .102

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

207th Master Roshi 2-19 .095

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

209th Daken 8-82 .088

210th Bones 2-21 .086

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

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

213th Diddy Kong 1-13 .071

214th Presence 1-14 .066

215th Olimar 1-15 .062

216th James Bond 6-101 .056

217th Longshot 1-18 .052

218th Shiningman 2-37 .051

219th Waluigi 1-19 .050

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

221st Lubba 1-26 .037

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

223rd One Above All 4-176 .022

224th Silk 1-45 .021

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

Madam Mim 0-1
Uncle Fester 0-1
Wind Fairy Silph 0-1
Katara 0-1
Asriel 0-1
Severus Snape 0-1
Ribrianne 0-1
Accelerated Ninja Hayate 0-1
Leprechaun 0-1
P’Li 0-1
Shining Knight 0-1
Salacious B. Crumb 0-1
Alexis Rhodes 0-1
Dragowizard Qinus Axia 0-1
Kenny Ackerman 0-1
Great Priest 0-1
Zeno 0-1
Mater 0-1
Armorknight Ogre 0-1
The Crusader 0-1
Newt Scamander 0-1
Raistlin Majere 0-1
Jenny Foxworth 0-1
Tsukune Aono 0-1
Rainbow Mika 0-1
The Great Devourer 0-1
Samuel Rodrigues 0-1
Hou-Ting 0-1
Raava 0-1
Tutinax 0-1
King Reiss 0-1
Barristan Selmy 0-1
Monaka 0-1
King Louie 0-1
Ungoliant 0-1
Anti Electric 0-1
Doctor Poison 0-1
Zara 0-1
Crimson Centipede 0-1
Kanahebi 0-1
Cheese Sandwich 0-1
Tsurugi Takihara 0-1
Areus 0-1
Kyoshi 0-1
Phinxs 0-1
Darkwing Duck 0-1
Demon Lord Gagnar 0-1
Armorknight Demon 0-1
Egg Fu 0-1
Inversion 0-1
Queen Badra 0-1
Iron Claw 0-1
Angle Man 0-1
Fireworks Man 0-1
Nick Morton 0-1
Jacob 0-1
Tsukikage 0-1
Hannibal Lecter 0-1
Lisbeth 0-1
Death Gun 0-1
X’rphan 0-1
Lizardman Lord 0-1
Silica 0-1
Takuro Nakai 0-1
Stripe 0-1
Jottun Runelord 0-1
Kai (Legend of Korra) 0-1
Elliot Stabler 0-1
Umbra 0-1
Bi Beast 0-1
Thundra 0-1
Azathoth 0-1
Bolin 0-1
Death Ruler: Curse 0-1
Reshiram 0-1
Carl Johnson 0-1
Ancient Pistol 0-1
John Marston 0-1
Suyin Beifong 0-1
Phantom 0-1
Monsoon 0-1
Sparkleface 0-1
Ezekiel 0-1
Bass (100 Bullets) 0-1
Frost Giant Hrimthurs 0-1
Khyber 0-1
Elric of Melniboné 0-1
Falstaff 0-1
Dominic Toretto 0-1
Ancient Leanashe 0-1
Paddington 0-1
Deku 0-1
Minun 0-1
Gadflow 0-1
Ironing Man 0-1
E.T. 0-1
Adonis 0-1
Anomander Rake 0-1
Belt 0-1
Black 0-1
Karsa Orlong 0-1
El Quixote 0-1
Fighting Dragon Demongodol 0-1
Rerun 0-1
Mirio 0-1
Bahamut ZERO 0-1
Tom Anderson 0-1
Kaulder 0-1
Jon Snow 0-1
Mikaboshi 0-1
Kharis 0-1
Eugene The Jeep 0-1
Thailog 0-1
Mole Man (Escaflowne) 0-1
Megaman (Marvel) 0-1
Boo Boo Bear 0-1
Daniel Sousa 0-1
Maximum 0-1
Tyrion Lannister 0-1
Jack Harper 0-1
Kyouma Mabuchi 0-1
Loser 0-1
Balor 0-1
Set 0-1
The Inquisitor 0-1
Thomas (Maze Runner) 0-1
Bubbles 0-1
Frieda Reiss 0-1
Soma Cruz 0-1
Noctis 0-1
Olaf (Frozen) 0-1
John Connor 0-1
Tsotha-Lanti 0-1
Caine Wise 0-1
Harry Tasker 0-1
Thunderwing 0-1
Super Armordragon Galvanic Feather Dragon 0-1
Hanna Heller 0-1
Shinobu 0-1
Uiharu 0-1
Andrew Detmer 0-1
Honey 0-1
Robin (Animal) 0-1
Wolf (Animal) 0-1
Dilophosaurus 0-1
Mr Ratburn 0-1
Halberd Dragon 0-1
Fern 0-1
Ymir (Attack on Titan) 0-1
Jean 0-1
Weapon X 0-1
Robin (Carrie) 0-1
Batgirl (Wilson) 0-1
Whenua 0-1
Onewa 0-1
Karin (Bleach) 0-1
Whamon 0-1
Dokugumon 0-1
Andromon 0-1
Terriermon 0-1
Lady Devimon 0-1
Azulongmon 0-1
Kimeramon 0-1
Android 19000 0-1
Invisible Man 0-1
Aooni Konmae 0-1
Charlie McGee 0-1
Mecha Koopa 0-1
Uvogin 0-1
Medusa (FF) 0-1
Gary (Scooby Doo) 0-1
Benson Fuhrman 0-1
Scrappy Doo 0-1
Danny Darrow 0-1
Grandma Moonbeam 0-1
Phantom Virus 0-1
Daniel Prezette 0-1
Akaone Konmae 0-1
Jabu Jabu 0-1
King Zora 0-1
Rauru 0-1
King Harkinian 0-1
Bokoblin 0-1
Betrayus 0-1
Kaonashi 0-1
Demona 0-1
Mimi (Mario) 0-1
Betty Brant 0-1
Frederick Foswell 0-1
Eru Iluvatar 0-1
Eddy Gordo 0-1
Scrapheap 0-1
Chromedome 0-1
Smough 0-1
Rush EXE 0-1
Elisa 0-1
Cygnus Wing 0-1
V Rex 0-1
Richard Trager 0-1
Fu (Naruto) 0-1
Racer X 0-1
Shino 0-1
Gaav 0-1
Klein 0-1
Kankuro 0-1
Konan 0-1
Muramasa (Pokemon) 0-1
Cassandra (Pokemon) 0-1
Daisy (Pokemon) 0-1
Joe (Pokemon) 0-1
Eve (Pokemon) 0-1
Melvin (Pokemon) 0-1
Giselle (Pokemon) 0-1
Ninetails (Pokemon) 0-1
Bucky (Pokemon) 0-1
Ramona (Pokemon) 0-1
Floronic Man 0-1
Professor Banner 0-1
Abidos The Third 0-1
Leafa 0-1
Paarthurnax 0-1
Harry Osborn 0-1
Grizzly (Spiderman) 0-1
Spiderman (Miles) 0-1
Green Goblin (3) 0-1
Goblin (Unlimited) 0-1
Wolf 0-1
Li Ho 0-1
Valkyrie Cain 0-1
Death (Supernatural) 0-1
Lucifer (Supernatural) 0-1
Megatron 2 0-1
Sam Witwicky 0-1
Starscream (Beast) 0-1
Jeff 0-1
Systematic Dagger Dragon 0-1
Tori (Yugioh) 0-1
Ogudomon 0-1
Gagaga Magician 0-1
Great Moth 0-1
Rally 0-1
Sam Winchester 0-1
Locust (3000) 0-1
Kunimitsu 0-1
Hugo Strange 0-1
Locust 0-1
Syrus 0-1
Strawberry Shortcake 0-1
Nightshroud 0-1
John Anderton 0-1
Isabelle 0-1
Pooka 0-1
Riki 0-1
Extreme Sword Dragon 0-1
Coeval 0-1
Emperor of Mankind 0-1
Viridi 0-1
Seishiro 0-1
Zing Huo 0-1
Duck 0-1
Zelgadis 0-1
Atoq Navarro 0-1
Nadine Ross 0-1
Asav 0-1
Talbot 0-1
Necroface 0-1
Eri Haruue 0-1
Touya Kamijou 0-1
Himekawa 0-1
Jillas 0-1
Gravos Mauntopp 0-1
Filia 0-1
Robert 0-1
Robert Baratheon 0-1
Orco 0-1
Marine 0-1
The Other 0-1
Howard X Miller 0-1
Howard The Duck 0-1
Doll Chimera 0-1
Red Luma 0-1
Howl 0-1
Lord Gwyn 0-1
Titanite Demon 0-1
Kiritsugu 0-1
5 Volt 0-1
Ted Theodore Logan 0-1
Starman 0-1
The High 0-1
Todd Alquist 0-1
Tycho (UESC) 0-1
Unggoy 0-1
Vijaya 0-1
Vranx 0-1
Walter White Jr 0-1
Wanze 0-1
X 0-1
Z 0-1
Zaius 0-1
Whirlwind 0-1
Zatch Bell 0-1
Zenjiro Kasai 0-1
Zira 0-1
NKVDemon 0-1
Eel (DC) 0-1
Efreet 0-1
Elain Belloc 0-1
Dillon 0-1
Duncan MacLeod 0-1
Cornelius 0-1
Crumplezone 0-1
Colonel Hicks 0-1
Colonel Radec 0-1
Chika Tanaka 0-1
Blue Luma 0-1
Bonetail 0-1
Brik 0-1
Caesar Clown 0-1
Carlos Alvarez 0-1
Charles Bishop Weyland 0-1
Big Guy (Robot) 0-1
Audrey Timmonds 0-1
Anti Man 0-1
Alexa Woods 0-1
Taizo Hori 0-1
Takamaru 0-1
Scrapper 0-1
Fairy Queen 0-1
Fatality 0-1
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Alleyne 0-1
Baiken 0-1
Branwen 0-1
Boa Hancock 0-1
Cham Cham 0-1
Claudette Vance 0-1
Cute 0-1
Cerate 0-1
Farah 0-1
Atari Hitotonari 0-1
Asuna Kagurazaka 0-1
Anne 0-1
Aika Sumeragi 0-1
Sumeragi 0-1
Annie 0-1
Aria Kanzaki 0-1
Anna Aoi 0-1
Ashelin 0-1
Arare Amano 0-1
Lyra Silvertongue 0-1
Barrage (DC) 0-1
Bedlam (Alpha) 0-1
Arachne 0-1
Astra (Brotherhood) 0-1
Clara 0-1
Dihal 0-1
Samon Taguchi 0-1
Controller X 0-1
Neridah 0-1
Yamu 0-1
Cecily Cambell 0-1
Charlotte Hazelrink 0-1
Chiaki 0-1
Oracle 0-1
Cilan 0-1
Aura 0-1
Chitose Nanbu 0-1
Lebreau 0-1
Benisato 0-1
Bouquet 0-1
Miwa (Beelzebub) 0-1
Danielle Baptiste 0-1
Cartia Goldschmidt 0-1
Kenji Koiso 0-1
Kalifa 0-1
Nana Asta Deviluke 0-1
Minatsuki Takami 0-1
Madame Lorraine 0-1
Shiro 0-1
Meril 0-1
Kiri Koshiba 0-1
Doronjo 0-1
Tina Armstrong 0-1
Launch 0-1
Mephista 0-1
Machi 0-1
Kourin 0-1
Luminus 0-1
Leap Frog 0-1
Madman 0-1
Maxima 0-1
Midgard Serpent 0-1
Metron 0-1
Pennywise 0-1
Oblivion 0-1
Okina 0-1
Hermione 0-1
Odion 0-1
Perry White 0-1
Parasite 0-1
Professor E Gadd 0-1
Ravage 0-1
Radioactive Man 0-1
Ray The Squirrel 0-1
Reactron 0-1
Ms Arrow 0-1
Menagerie 0-1
Mokuba 0-1
Mumm Ra 0-1
Sister Bear 0-1
Shoukyou 0-1
Sniper 0-1
Rooster 0-1
Vinegar 0-1
Wings 0-1
Spice 0-1
Mokona 0-1
Sansho 0-1
Salt (DBZ) 0-1
Salza 0-1
God Guardon 0-1
Garlic 0-1
Haggar 0-1
Jun Tendo 0-1
Mustard 0-1
Medamatcha 0-1
Mettaur 0-1
The Angelus 0-1
Whispair A Daire 0-1
Wordgirl 0-1
West Supreme Kai 0-1
Supreme Kai of Time 0-1
Thorn 0-1
Queen Beryl 0-1
Rafael 0-1
Nanao Ise 0-1
Sokka 0-1
Megumi Sokabe 0-1
Maya Kurinoki 0-1
Melody 0-1
Menchi 0-1
Moah 0-1
Kasuga (HXH) 0-1
Kanu Unchou 0-1
Kara 0-1
Koumei Shokatsuryou 0-1
Koudai Chinkyuu 0-1
Komugi 0-1
Li Xinlin 0-1
Leroute 0-1
Lady Blackhawk 0-1
Julie Makimoto 0-1
Kikyo Zoldyck 0-1
Kyoko (Reborn) 0-1
Kishime 0-1
Kamira 0-1
Jane 0-1
Genpou Saji 0-1
Hinamori 0-1
Hina (HXH) 0-1
Hikari Hanazono 0-1
Housen Ryofu 0-1
East Kai 0-1
Eda 0-1
Eliza (HXH) 0-1
Lady Clayface 0-1
Eeta 0-1
Elena 0-1
Ebifurya 0-1
Frederica Sawyer 0-1
Fugai 0-1
Fabiola Iglesias 0-1
Goei 0-1
Gillian (Eureka Seven) 0-1
Gentoku Ryuubi 0-1
Gell 0-1
Bio Man 0-1
Charlie Kenton 0-1
Canary 0-1
Clook 0-1
Chouhi Ekitoku 0-1
Baise 0-1
Balalaika 0-1
Balrog 0-1
Balrog (Street Fighter) 0-1
Appule 0-1
Shego 0-1
Pikkon 0-1
Green Hornet 0-1
Leo 0-1
Perro 0-1
Skaar 0-1
Show Zama 0-1
Snow 0-1
Scarface (Batman) 0-1
Sean 0-1
Tashigi 0-1
Temujin 0-1
Tamao Tamamura 0-1
Urahara 0-1
Usui 0-1
Udon 0-1
Weevil 0-1
Woodgod 0-1
Yoshino 0-1
Krona 0-1
Komorka 0-1
Doctor Destiny 0-1
Dondochakka Birstanne 0-1
Dominus 0-1
Dordoni 0-1
Dalek 0-1
Draaga 0-1
Etta Candy 0-1
Flux 0-1
Ganryu 0-1
Haido 0-1
Helspont 0-1
Hanzo 0-1
Infinity 0-1
Jynx 0-1
Koga 0-1
Half Life 0-1
Jiger 0-1
Atlas (Teen Titans) 0-1
Attuma 0-1
Baraka 0-1
Barinade 0-1
Baron Mordo 0-1
Belowski 0-1
Ben Willis 0-1
Benjamin Sisko 0-1
Biddybud 0-1
Blastaar 0-1
Blue Pikmin 0-1
Bo (Bo On The Go) 0-1
Boris Tepes Dracula 0-1
Hassleberry 0-1
Haytham Kenway 0-1
Helen Shivers 0-1
Erik Selvig 0-1
Helmaroc King 0-1
Hiro Kala 0-1
Hobbes 0-1
Hogun 0-1
Imus Champion 0-1
Iron King 0-1
Ixis Naugus 0-1
Janine King 0-1
Jay Solano 0-1
Jesse Custer 0-1
Jonathan Archer 0-1
JP 0-1
Julie James 0-1
Juliette 0-1
Kalle Demos 0-1
Kano 0-1
Commander Gor 0-1
Snagriff 0-1
Kamon Nandaba 0-1
Kapp’n 0-1
Karen O Malley 0-1
Mowgli 0-1
Keegan 0-1
Kelly 0-1
Kryptonite Man 0-1
Laserman 0-1
Little Boy Blue 0-1
Loop Hughes 0-1
Majora 0-1
Master Zik 0-1
Meg 0-1
Meg Griffon 0-1
Megumi Wakamiya 0-1
Mighty 0-1
Molgera 0-1
Moondark 0-1
Mr Little Lake 0-1
Mr Shepherd 0-1
Murkrow 0-1
Nanni 0-1
Naoko Yamada 0-1
Negi Springfield 0-1
Octorok 0-1
Odolwa 0-1
Ogre 0-1
Oknox 0-1
Pahrak Kal 0-1
Randyll Tarly
Parker 0-1
Pea Shooter 0-1
Peepa 0-1
Piranha Jones 0-1
Porcupuffer 0-1
Prongo 0-1
Purple Man 0-1
Qui Gon 0-1
Ray Bronson 0-1
Rayman 0-1
Richard Harland 0-1
Riddick 0-1
Rintarou Okabe 0-1
Roofus 0-1
Rory 0-1
Rotor 0-1
Saint of Killers 0-1
Samurai Jack 0-1
Sandmaargh 0-1
Savage Pan 0-1
Sengoku 0-1
Shayne Yamada 0-1
Shroud 0-1
Oodako 0-1
Orka 0-1
Overmaster 0-1
Access 0-1
Ace Hardlight 0-1
Aeon Flux 0-1
Anguish 0-1
Arielle 0-1
Arnold 0-1
Arnold Schwartzburger 0-1
Aureolus Izzard 0-1
Axonn 0-1
Bailey 0-1
Barnacle Boy 0-1
Basil 0-1
Black Manta 0-1
Black Mask 0-1
Browning 0-1
Carl Wheezer 0-1
Clank 0-1
Click 0-1
Commander Kraken 0-1
Courtney Gears 0-1
Crystal Bailey 0-1
Dai Atlas 0-1
Decreator 0-1
Defensor 0-1
Dino 0-1
Donkey (Shrek) 0-1
Dragon Man 0-1
Drek 0-1
Eagle 0-1
Ed 0-1
Eddie 0-1
Eiji Kikumaru 0-1
El Gigante 0-1
Ellen 0-1
Eric Cartman 0-1
Fei Wong 0-1
Firebrand 0-1
Fleuve 0-1
Floyd Stone 0-1
Fu 0-1
Fuuta 0-1
Gargamel 0-1
Gelaro 0-1
Gemini Man 0-1
Galactic Golem 0-1
Giga Aspis 0-1
Giotto 0-1
Giran 0-1
Grapple 0-1
Griffin 0-1
Grubsnuckers 0-1
Haruka Hikari 0-1
Harigane Onigase 0-1
Haru Miura 0-1
Hivolt 0-1
Hope 0-1
Isahaya 0-1
Kadaj 0-1
Kanata Irie 0-1
Kei Tanishi 0-1
Keldeo 0-1
Kintaro Toyama 0-1
Koga (Medaka Box) 0-1
Kokuo 0-1
Krang 0-1
Kunimitsu Tezuka 0-1
Kunisaki 0-1
Kup 0-1
Ladd Spencer 0-1
Latoya Parker 0-1
Lawrence 0-1
Liza 0-1
Lurerre 0-1
Maaldor 0-1
Madame Muchmoney 0-1
Magnus 0-1
Mammon 0-1
Manhunter 0-1
Mareep 0-1
Mary 0-1
Mazdamundi 0-1
Mr Hyde 0-1
Mr Parker 0-1
Mr Saturn 0-1
Mr Timbertoe 0-1
Munakata 0-1
Nabla Natives 0-1
Nagatha 0-1
Nekron 0-1
Pandora 0-1
Pi Right Ponderer 0-1
Pigeon Man 0-1
Pokey (Gumby) 0-1
Prairie 0-1
Prometheus 0-1
Quagsire 0-1
Death ​Tallica 0-1
Rama Kushna 0-1
Red Mnm 0-1
Rhodan 0-1
Rochelle 0-1
Rufus 0-1
Sakuno Ryuzaki 0-1
Sauron 0-1
Sazh Katzroy 0-1
Seiichi Yukimura 0-1
Shiva 0-1
Hush 0-1
Shoichi Irie 0-1
Shusuke Fuji 0-1
Snubbull 0-1
Snuffleupagus 0-1
Spanner 0-1
Spencer Aimes 0-1
Ken Kaneki 0-1
American Panther 0-1
Starbreaker 0-1
Stilt Man 0-1
Swiper 0-1
Takachiho 0-1
Takamura 0-1
Takeshi Momoshiro 0-1
Pabu 0-1
Tallahassee 0-1
Talwyn Apogee 0-1
Ted Smith 0-1
The Serpent 0-1
Thorgrim Grudgebearer 0-1
Tiny Tina 0-1
Thor (Myth) 0-1
Toxie 0-1
Tsuntsunodanoteiyugo Tsun 0-1
Tyler Durden 0-1
Manwe 0-1
Ultimator 0-1
Weeja Dell 0-1
Wesley Gibson 0-1
Yellow Mnm 0-1
Yuki Nagato 0-1
Zagan 0-1
Yuni 0-1
Yuta Fuji 0-1
Zack 0-1
Zackie 0-1
Zagine Axelox 0-1
Zenkichi 0-1
Grandmaster 0-1
Death (Endless) 0-1
Bob The Builder 0-1
Vanilla Ice 0-1
Funny Valentine 0-1
Bolt 0-1
Black Knight 0-1
Elastigirl 0-1
Alex Mercer 0-1
Amagai 0-1
Atsuko Urameshi 0-1
Valerian 0-1
Acidwire 0-1
Amoeba Man 0-1
Agent J 0-1
Atomic Skull 0-1
Beshimi 0-1
Bob Omb 0-1
Bean 0-1
Coldcast 0-1
Chain Chomp 0-1
Chameleon 0-1
Volstagg 0-1
Utakata 0-1
Ururu 0-1
Ulrich Stern 0-1
Tarantox 0-1
Uhura 0-1
Topmaniac 0-1
Tommy 0-1
Tatsuki 0-1
Suzy 0-1
Chiyo 0-1
Botamo 0-1
Charlie Brown 0-1
Caterpy 0-1
Clevar 0-1
Sinister 0-1
Silver Spooner 0-1
Soldier 0-1
Sorbetti 0-1
Seymour 0-1
Sinon 0-1
Shiki 0-1
Skids (Auto) 0-1
Sherri 0-1
Nanny 2 0-1
Neko 0-1
Mahiro Muto 0-1
Mio Akiyama 0-1
Macon 0-1
Joanna Dark 0-1
Jemmie 0-1
Keira 0-1
Nimrod (DC) 0-1
Fonda 0-1
Flex Mentallo 0-1
Nimrod (Fake) 0-1
Nanny 0-1
William Blake 0-1
Shera 0-1
William Cage 0-1
Maleficent 0-1
Ganthet 0-1
Ch’p 0-1
Sailor Uranus 0-1
Sailor Neptune 0-1
Berthier 0-1
Jafar 0-1
Luke Castellan 0-1
Brutaka 0-1
Heathcliff 0-1
Bumi 0-1
Cthulhu 0-1

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

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

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It’s been a while since I read the first Star Wars Omnibus but now the second one is here. It adapts the second movie so I’m guessing that the third one will wrap up the original trilogy. The volume also has its own plot going on with some connected stories and a few that are essentially stand alone. It’s a fun collection and I’m sure fans were glad to have these issues around while waiting for the next movie.

One of the main plots is about Han Solo. Jabba The Hut still has a large bounty on his head so Solo wants to clear the debt. He actually does manage to find Jabba and forces him into dropping the bounty. Unfortunately as soon as Solo leaves the bounty is placed on once again. It’s definitely the best plot in the volume though simply because Han is the most enjoyable character whenever he pops up. You just have to like his confidence. When the other characters are panicking he is coming up with more plans. Han also doesn’t hesitate in launching an attack against Darth Vader even if it is unsuccessful. Of course with how the volume ends it could be a little while before Han shows up again so definitely enjoy his appearances here while you can. That should not be very difficult though.

Meanwhile Darth Vader also gets his own subplot as he chases after Luke and the gang. He lands on one planet where a cyborg has decided to silence the only informant who knows the name of the person who destroyed the Death Star. Vader needs that name so naturally the two come to blows. Vader is basically untouchable here as you would expect but I do give the guy props for effort. He held Vader back long enough for the informant to get away. It was a rather dark ending though as the only way for the guy to get away was to die. It’s one of the few times where Vader was foiled, but he still did win he fight.

Another fun Vader comic is when he shows up on a bank planet for diplomacy at the same time Leia arrives. No weapons are allowed on this planet so both sides have to try and outsmart the other in different ways. It’s a big game of mental chess between be two sides with the highest of stakes. As you can probably guess Vader tends to have the edge here, but to say that Leia lost would be a simpflication. She still achieved her objective, she simply wasn’t able to prevent Vader from doing he same so if anything it is a bit of a draw. A very unique Star Wars comic through and through.

Then we have the big movie adaption which covers the film in great detail. It does a good job of getting those who only read the comics up to speed on what is happening. You certainly can’t say that you missed out on what happened at the very least. It quickly switches art styles for the event which was interesting. The new art certainly felt very Marvel esque which was cool. I do think the normal art probably wins but both were quite good. Naturally the highlight of the film adaption is the big battle between Luke and Vader. Beyond that the story holds up pretty well in all of the other scenes as well and is just a good adventure.

Lando seems to have taken Han’s place as one of the main focuses in the series. In his subplot he is flying around and scouting strong fighters for the resistance while just looking for anything that could be helpful. His comic probably felt the most random out of them all as he meets a retired super hero who has decided to stop with the heroics and now he is just a guy who tries to stay out of the way. Lando gives him a speech and the guy realizes the folly of his ways. Not a bad comic but a bit weaker than some of the old ones.

In general I do think that some of the final stories were a bit weaker than the early ones but it’s a fairly small sample size and the Leia vs Vader comic is an obvious exception. Most likely the series will stay pretty consistent even without Han Solo to back it up. I’m looking forward to seeing Luke a little more now that he knows how to fight pretty well. In theory there is no excuse for him to lose to just about anyone now. He is the true last Jedi after all.

A pair of characters who were fun while they lasted were the dictators in the first few issues. One was blinded by Vader and now has to wear cyber goggles while the other one isn’t brave at all and so he is content to be the 2nd in command. These villains may not have been the strongest ones out there, but at least the main one had a lightsaber which made for some pretty good fights. It’s why the first half of the arc was my favorite as we had Han causing mayhem everywhere and these villains popping in more than a few times. Perhaps they will return at some point. In general the character cast in this volume was quite solid.

As I mentioned before the art is pretty solid. The characters all look right and the art is easy to follow. It complements the fast pace of the issues and also works pretty well for the fight scenes. The writing is on point as well with a lot of clever dialogue from all of the characters. I’d certainly expect no less.

Overall, This is definitely a great follow-up to the last installment. Han will be missed, but the series will live on. If you are a big fan of the movies then you definitely need to check these out. If you haven’t watched the movies yet then you’ll quickly get caught up on what is happening over the course of the first few issues and will still be able to enjoy it. It’s just a quality sci-fi action story so I can recommend it to anyone. Hopefully the third volume continues to be just as strong.

Overall 7/10

Best Live Action Movies of Each Year

It’s time to look at the best Live Action Film of each year! This one was definitely tricky since there are so many films that came out each year. Still, I went through the Wikipedia lists and hopefully have not missed any. Naturally this list may change as time goes on and I see more films, but I’ll aim to keep the list up to date at all times. Now lets see which ones made history!

2018 Black Panther
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Black Panther was definitely a solid action movie and a good way to end the MCU until Infinity War. That film may ironically end up stealing its spot, but for now Black Panther is certainly the film to beat in 2018. It just managed to hit all of the right buttons without falling into any cinematic traps. It’s easy to see why the film was such a big hit.

2017 Justice League
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Still one of the most ambitious comic book movies of all time, Justice League really managed to be an epic movie. The fights at the end of the film were certainly excellent and I also enjoyed the opening fight with Batman and the Parademons. I would have liked to have seen more of what the original version was supposed to be like, but the finished product still managed to be quite awesome.

2016 Batman V Superman Dawn of Justice
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Now this is the most ambitious super hero movie of all time. After all these decades, the two most popular superheroes finally get to meet each other. This film is almost perfect as it had a lot of tense scenes and great memes after the film had ended. The whole film just comes across as very epic and you won’t want to step out of the room for a moment. The dialogue and banter between the characters was uncanny.

2015 Avengers Age of Ultron

While not as groundbreaking as the original Avengers, Age of Ultron was an excellent sequel which brought the gang back for one more ride. We got a lot of snappy humor and some fun fights so it’s hard to deny that this was a very good film. There was a lot happening here and even though I’ve seen it twice I would already be down with seeing it a third time someday. I do think it may go down as the least memorable Avengers film though.

2014 Captain America: The Winter Soldier
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After the first Captain America film I can’t say that I was too hyped for this one. Still, it managed to exceed my expectations and was actually quite great. Winter Soldier made for a good opponent to Cap and his scenes even proved that Spider-Man was far stronger than Cap physically. The Hydra plot finally got to end so Cap could get some new opponents and this was a movie that stood well on its own as well. There weren’t a whole lot of guest stars or anything this time.

2013 Man of Steel
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Man of Steel was always a controversial film but I have to admit that it is still one of the greatest films of all time. The fight scenes are decades ahead of its time and Superman makes for a great main character. The film doesn’t waste too much time on set up or sob stories and throws us into the action. To this day I think it will be tough for a CBM to ever truly match this one’s fight scenes. It’s just hard to top a film where every character who is fighting are top level DC combatants.

2012 The Avengers

I’ve probably seen the Avengers more than any other live action comic book movie. I’ve seen it 5-6 times at this point and it never gets old. It was the perfect crossover to bring all of Marvel’s best heroes together. It felt like an awesome crossover and also managed to fit in a nice climax as well. The jokes were on point and likewise for the fight scenes. I don’t see how this film could have been any better than it was.

2011 Mission Impossible Ghost Protocol

Mission Impossible has been a great film series, but it really upped its game to the next level starting with this film. Ghost Protocol was a blast as we got a ton of action scenes and the series finally added a new character who could keep pace with Ethan Hunt. The film never really slowed down and managed to keep up the frantic pace for the whole adventure.

2010 Prince of Persia

I haven’t seen Prince of Persia in quite a long while, but I remember it being very solid. It was a film that took place amidst a lot of sand but managed to surpass its own locale and managed to be a very epic film anyway. As a pretty big fan of the games I can definitely say that the film did it justice. It was just a lot of fun all around and was a good way to start off the 2010s era.

2009 GI Joe: Rise of Cobra

GI Joe was always a film that was a lot of fun to watch. It may not have been the most ambitious film out there, but it had a ton of action. It got me a little more interested in the franchise and I didn’t mind the super soldier suits. Cobra’s group actually looked tough in this film as well which was a nice surprise.

2008 The Dark Knight

The Dark Knight is still known as one of the best comic book movies of all time and I can definitely agree that it was a lot of fun. The Joker appeared as a real threat and a lot of work went into the plot. Joker definitely didn’t put Batman in an easy position, but the Dark Knight ended up victorious as you would expect. He isn’t the kind of fighter who goes down easy.

2007 Spider-Man 3

Spider-Man 3 gets a bad rep most of the time, but it is certainly still one of the finest comic book movies of all time. There is constant action and it managed to wrap up a bunch of plot lines from the previous 2 films. It’s extremely memorable and also had a great soundtrack to support it. At the very least, I’d say that there will probably never be a Spider-Man film that can top this one.

2006 Mission Impossible III

I don’t have the greatest recollection of Mission Impossible III, but it was certainly an intense film. The villains really put Ethan through the ringer in this one and he didn’t get to have a lot of fun. This was right before the series really became amazing, but it was still solid enough to take the year I’d say.

2005 Fantastic Four

Who’d have thought that the Fantastic Four would get their time in the spotlight eh? Their film may not have been amazing, but it was a good way to introduce the team. We got some nice action scenes as well and it had a pretty good story. It was definitely better than the remake and the origins were handled well.

2004 Godzilla Final Wars

To this day Final Wars is remembered as the greatest of all the Godzilla films and for good reason too. The movie managed to grab a lot of monsters and even made the human plot interesting this time around. It’s the perfect Godzilla movie.

2003 Godzilla Tokyo SOS

Tokyo SOS was another fun Godzilla film for the books. It really showed off what Godzilla could do with modern effects and as always it gave us the monster fights that we were looking forward to. Mecha Godzilla looked hype as expected.

2002 Spider-Man

The epic start to what would soon be known as a legendary trilogy, Spider-Man redefined what it meant to be a friendly neighborhood superhero. He made the tough calls when necessary and the film taking place in NYC was a nice touch.

2001 The One
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The One is a film that almost nobody has heard of, but it was surprisingly amazing. The action scenes here were excellent and it actually had an insert song for one of the fights. That is extremely rare for a non anime film.

2000 Mission Impossible II

Mission Impossible II saw things get a little dark for Ethan and his crew. It brought in the usual action and excitement with the darker tone and made for an intense movie. Definitely a sign of things to come for the heroes in the 2000s.

1999 Godzilla 2000

Godzilla 2000 was definitely an iconic Godzilla film as it gave the hero one of his most fierce-some designs of all time. Orga also made for an extremely epic enemy. This is one Godzilla film that certainly will not be forgotten.

1998 Rebirth of Mothra III

We can’t forget the big Mothra film to end the trilogy. She had an intense fight against Ghidorah and proved that she is still one of the strongest Kaiju around. Mothra is one monster that should not be trifled with. A fun all around film.

1997 Men in Black

The original Men in Black was definitely a blast. While the humans vs aliens plot had been done before, this one was probably the first action/humor blend to really succeed at this level. It’s just a lot of fun to watch and it’s just a shame that the sequels couldn’t quite live up to how much fun this one was.

1996 Space Jam

Space Jam has always been an awesome film and I dare say that it gets better every time. Seeing the Looney Tunes have to fight for their world really brings the stakes to their peak and while you might find it tough to swallow that they can’t win on their own, just pretend that they’re holding back. Winning with a sport probably just seemed like more fun to them.

1995 Mortal Kombat
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Mortal Kombat is incredibly underrated and is still one of the greatest films of all time. I’ve never seen a film with such an incredible soundtrack coupled with excellent action scenes. This film is truly a one of a kind experience that everyone should watch.

1994 Godzilla vs Space Godzilla

I don’t understand why this game gets so much disrespect thrown its way. The concept of a Space Godzilla running around is just plain epic and his design is super cool as well. The beam fights were intense and while Godzilla was getting his spikes handed to him he still put up a reasonable struggle.

1993 Godzilla vs Mecha Godzilla II

Mecha Godzilla II was a strong robot who gave Godzilla a pretty tough fight. It’s a shame that he couldn’t do much more than that, but he was up against the King of the Kaiju. Their rumbles always make for really epic films.

1992 Godzilla vs Mothra

We might as well start calling the early 90s the Godzilla years because he is here to stay now. Mothra hadn’t really gotten to fight Godzilla for many years so it was about time that they had a rematch. While this wasn’t one of the most memorable films it was still a lot of fun and will have you glued to your seat.

1991 Terminator 2
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Terminator 2 is iconic and the original Terminator finally found himself matched up against a foe who could hold his own. Their duel was a lot of fun and you always can’t help but admire how persistent Skynet is. This A.I. isn’t the kind of program to just sit back and allow the humans to build up a resistance. Definitely an intense Sci-Fi epic.

1990 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

The Ninja Turtle films were always a lot of fun. They were able to hit that sweet balance of action and humor without going too far in either direction. The films were cheesy, but they have aged very well and are sure to bring you a blast and a half.

1989 Batman
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While the 1989 Batman film is largely overlooked today it was a really solid take on the Batman mythos. It helped the general audience finally take comic books a little more seriously and reminded me that superheroes are always in season. Back then just seeing Batman be able to move with such agility was a feat.

1988 Poltergeist III
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Poltergeist III is amazing because it saved the entire series. The second film was trash and the first film was no good, but the third film managed to actually make the series good. It had suspense and tension which was something that I never thought I could say for the series. Throw in the awesome visual effects and we had a real winner here.

1987 Superman IV

Who can forget Superman IV? Honestly, a lot of people consider it to be a far cry from the first film, but I’m one of the few who considers it an improvement. (I haven’t seen the first film in ages though) Superman IV embraced its nature as a sequel and used the character development from the previous films to its advantage.

1986 Labyrinth
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Labyrinth is a very interesting fantasy film that plays out like an RPG. The main character meets up with a bunch of supporting characters and gradually makes it to the final boss where she has an interesting fight while trying to keep her balance on the various walls. It’s definitely an interesting film and even has a musical number.

1985 Return of Godzilla

Whether you took Godzilla seriously or not before now, The Return of Godzilla was a film for the ages. It showed us a more fearsome Godzilla who was not meant to be taken lightly. There were no other Kaiju here which was a bummer, but the Big G can certainly hold his own film I’d say. Seeing it on VHS is definitely nostalgic.

1984 Ghostbusters
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Ghostbusters is mega popular, but I only got to see it rather recently. Still, I can see why it became such a hit since the film is a blast. The Marshmallow Man is intense and the title song is probably still in the top 5 most intense live action non battle songs of all time.

1983 Superman III

Time for some more Superman action. In case you haven’t noticed, I am a pretty big fan of the Man of Steel. His films have had a great track record over the years. Superman III may not have had a super big threat like film II did, but it brought back some of the humor from the old Superman days. It’s just a lot of fun and a good movie to enjoy while eating a few slices of pizza.

1982 Rocky III
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Rocky and Superman definitely dominated this period of time. Rocky III brought us the epic fights that you would expect from the series. By this point the premise was starting to get a little formulaic, but was still early on enough where this wasn’t a problem. As long as it is executed properly, it’s not liable to ever become a problem either. It’s just a very solid sequel.

1981 Superman II

Superman II is the most iconic of all the Superman films and in a way Man of Steel is a remake of this one. It has a lot of action and hype villains so it deserves its title as one of the top Superman films. While I may not necessarily call it the best in the Superman series, it is still a great title that deserves to be seen and admired.

1980 Airplane
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Airplane is the greatest comedy film of all time and I dare you to tell me differently. The jokes are consistently funny and that’s not something that I can say about most comedies. The scene of the pilot breaking into the airport and beating everyone up will go down in history as a hype moment. It just doesn’t get much better than that.

1979 Rocky II
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Rocky II had the hype rematch and was a good way to get Rocky back in the ring. The fight was as intense as in the first film and maybe even more so. Rocky had to give the fight everything he had to stay up right. He never quite learned how to block, but his stamina was as impressive as always.

1978 Superman

The original Superman film was certainly the start of a legendary film series. The Man of Steel impressed audiences worldwide and the film was definitely emotional.

1977 Star Wars Episode IV

The original Star Wars film is still one of the best ones. It set up the universe really well and established Darth Vader as a big threat. It had a nice cliffhanger to set up the next film and a lot of action was constantly occurring throughout. You could not accuse this film of having a slow pace or of having a generic soundtrack either.

1976 Murder By Death
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This film proved that people die when they are destroyed. While you can poke fun at the title of the film all die, it’s a serious murder mystery all the same. Just throw in a bunch of parody elements as well and you are looking at one of the greatest mystery films of all time. A definite must watch for any fans of the genre.

1975 Terror of Mecha Godzilla

Terror of Mecha Godzilla is one of the scariest films in the whole series. Bringing back Mecha Godzilla so soon was a bold move, but definitely the right one. He is essentially the Broly of the Godzilla verse and has always proved to be the toughest opponent for the King of the Monsters. It was a great way to end the Showa era.

1974 Godzilla vs Mecha Godzilla

Godzilla vs Mecha Godzilla still has the most iconic moment in Godzilla history, when Mecha G first shows himself. I would also consider this to be the most impressive visual effect in Godzilla history, but that is more debatable. It was definitely a powerful movie with some crazy fights.

1973 Godzilla vs Megalon

Megalon never seemed all that powerful next to the other Godzilla villains, but his design is undeniably awesome. His twin drill fighting style makes him a lot to handle for Godzilla and we also had other monsters running around. The action just never stopped in this movie and that’s why it is so much fun.

1972 Godzilla vs Gigan


Godzilla vs Gigan is definitely the most brutal Godzilla film out there and one that is not for the faint of heart. Gigan proves to be Godzilla’s toughest opponent yet as he nearly takes Godzilla down for good. It’s an intense film that does nerf the villains a little to give Godzilla a fighting chance, but is still a solid film all around.

1971 Godzilla vs Hedorah

Godzilla vs Hedorah is probably top 5 among all Godzilla films if we’re being honest. Hedorah was a great opponent and had more character than the average Kaiju. He was also immensely powerful and Godzilla didn’t seem to stand much of a chance the whole time. It reminds you that you should always be careful to help the environment.

1970 Gamera vs Jiger

One of the weaker Gamera films, but still good overall. Jiger may not seem like much of a threat compared to the average Kaiju, but underestimate her at your own peril. Gamera never makes this mistake and that’s why he tends to win his fights. There are a lot of lessons to be learned in this film.

1969 Godzilla’s Revenge

Calling this film Godzilla’s Revenge may be a little suspect since that’s not the original name, but I really like the title. It appropriately describes the film and reminds us that Godzilla isn’t always a very noble Kaiju. He is out here to survive and to thrive and that is precisely what he does.

1968 Destroy All Monsters

Destroy All Monsters was a very big crossover among the Toho properties and it’s still incredible that they were able to get so many monsters into one film. The human scenes may be on the weak side in this adventure but whenever the monsters are on screen you know that the hype is about to start. You’ll probably end up rooting for Ghidorah since everyone is picking on him.

1967 Gamera vs Gyaos

Gyaos is the most iconic Gamera villain of them all and for good reason. His design is top notch and he is no slouch when it comes to a fight. This is probably in the top 3 Gamera showa films and maybe even higher. While it doesn’t have the cool super hero subplot as another one of the films, it does deliver on the action and you can’t say no to that.

1966 The Ghost and Mr Chicken
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The Ghost and Mr. Chicken is a really fun comedy film. It’s fairly obscure, but must have been revolutionary at the time as it was one of the first films to have humor on this level. The laugh just keep on coming and the main character does ultimately get a little more courage at the end.

1965 Invasion of the Astro Monster

Invasion of the Astro Monster is the intense sequel to the Ghidorah film. The fight takes place in space which is pretty fun and a new locale was certainly appreciated. While I do miss the buildings getting blown up, we do still get some of that later on in the film. This movie had a ton of action!

1964 Ghidorah The Three Headed Monster

For a little while I had put Ghidorah as my favorite Godzilla film of them all. It’s tough to reach the top now as long as Final Wars exists, but at the very least it will always be known as one of the beast. Ghidorah is just such a great opponent for Godzilla and the action scenes here are great!

1963 Medusa vs The Son of Hercules
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Medusa vs The Son of Hercules is a fun film even if Hercules himself looks extremely weak the whole time. Well, I guess he isn’t the real Hercules which is kind of the point. I liked the radical new design for Medusa and I would definitely say that it worked well. It’s certainly her most intimidating look yet. If she ever brought it back, we could have more entertaining films like this one.

1962 King Kong vs Godzilla

King Kong vs Godzilla was a huge crossover back in the day and it’s definitely a blast to watch. The ending is rather suspect to be honest, but I guess it’s hard to please both sides with a fight like this one. All things considered, the film did a really good job and the effects have aged really well.

1961 Mothra

The original Mothra film may not have really been much of a Kaiju destruction story, but it was a solid film all the same. The writing was strong and the characters were engaging so you don’t really need anything more than that. Mothra is still a fearsome creature and it would be cool to see her get more movies someday.

1960 The Leech Woman
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The Leech Woman is not someone to be taken lightly. Her abilities put her above that of the average mortal and she attacks without warning. The film isn’t amazing or anything, but the premise was reasonable and the execution was decent. It’s a nice film to watch even if I would not want that as my superhero name.

1959 The Bat
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The Bat was a really cool film where the villain actually got bumped off in the opening minutes and was replaced with a different one. That scene was powerful and is the main reason why the movie is so memorable. It’s just a novel concept and one that to this day has not really been overused. I have to give the film a lot of credit there.

1958 The Colossus of New York
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It’s rare to see New York in the title of the film and I’d like to see that even more. There’s not much unique about this film, but it’s fun so there doesn’t need to be much more than that. It’s a fun way to spend an afternoon and just remember that New York is big enough to have a Colossus within it so long as nothing nefarious happens with it.

1957 12 Angry Men

The 12 Angry Men is definitely a classic film that may not have a whole lot of action or anything like that, but stands on its own with how good the dialogue is. I wouldn’t mind more films about jurors like this since this one was really engaging and also had a nice sense of humor.

1956 Rodan

Rodan may be a film that not too many have heard of, but those who have seen the film tend to acknowledge just how great it was. Rodan himself doesn’t get to do much as an adult in this film, but just thinking of how tough he will be when all grown up is enough to make this film even more interesting.

1955 Godzilla Raids Again

Godzilla Raids Again was a reasonable sequel to the first Godzilla, but was still lacking the extra monster action that we have come to love in the Godzilla films. It was still a very entertaining film though and the effects aren’t bad. Seeing Godzilla on the big screen is definitely surreal.

1954 Godzilla

The original Godzilla movie is definitely a fun Kaiju pic. For some it is very serious while for others it is light hearted fun, but that’s because it depends on which version of it you saw. I saw the happy American version and it does a good job of getting across the notion that Godzilla is a tough monster, but one that will always look out for itself first and foremost as opposed to trying to destroy us all for kicks.

1953 Beast From 20000 Fathoms

The Beast From 20000 Fathoms is a fun movie and really started off the Kaiju boom. Seeing the monster eat some humans only for the humans to escape and keep on running later was pretty hype. Some call it stock footage while I just call it good writing. It’s a movie that reminds you of how scary a true Kaiju is.

1952 Deadline USA
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This film is about a newspaper and how it tries to uphold its ideals while gangs and other third parties try to shut it down. As long as one reporter is willing to keep on fighting for Truth and Justice, the others will follow suit. It’s definitely a fun film and one that shows you how one paper can make a difference.

1951 Superman & The Mole Men

Superman & The Mole Men is an incredible film. It’s one of the only features where Clark Kent actually looks extremely competent and is as intelligent as you would expect a reporter to be. His job is all about finding clues so it makes sense that he would know a thing or two as opposed to other films where he is just there for comedy. It has aged extremely well.

1950 The Breaking Point
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The seas are fairly safe nowadays, but this wasn’t the case way back when. You had to watch out for pirates and a bunch of other hooligans. Eventually you would reach your breaking point and finally lose a shootout. This film can be rather somber but as everyone talks with a certain amount of smugness you quickly start rooting for one side or the other. Either way, it’s a tense film to hold your attnetion to the end.

1949 Abbott and Costello Meet the Killer Boris Karloff
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Abbott and Costello are back to beat up more crooks and remind the world why they are the most capable main characters out there. Karloff certainly bit off more than he could chew when he came up against these guys. Yeah, not much more to say about this one other than the fact that you will get a lot of laughs.

1948 Rope
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Rope is one of those movies where you aren’t liable to forget the title. It’s short and to the point while accurately describing what the film is about. Lets just say that rope is as dangerous a weapon as it ever was and when used for murder it can be easy to hide. Definitely a retro thriller that has aged well.

1947 The Dark Passage
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The Dark Passage is an intense film about framing and murder. You have to watch all of the characters very closely to see if they should be suspects or if you are simply overthinking things. In a movie like this one, you must always be on your guard. It’s certainly a film to think about.

1946 Time of Their Lives
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Abbott and Costello return again for another film filled with hijinx and a lot of crazy situations. There’s not much more that needs to be said here as the duo always delivers a funny movie filled with a lot of laughs. You don’t even need to worry about the plot as the leads have you covered.

1945 And Then Their Were None
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And Then Their Were None is an example of a “slasher” film done right. Now, I guess you don’t have to call it a slasher, but it’s the kind of film where everyone starts getting murdered one by one. The main difference is that this film is very old school so the murders aren’t graphic and the whole thing is just entertaining to watch. It’s a very epic story where the characters have to constantly try to outwit each other.

1944 Laura
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Laura was another solid mystery film that really brought in a lot of good twists and turns back in the day. The big twist about her faked death and return was handled beautifully. The main character may not have beein great, but the supporting cast really shined which is important.

1943 Calling Dr. Death
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I don’t recommend calling Dr. Death! This is one of those classic films that plays it by the books with Dr. Death naturally being evil. It’s fairly suspenseful and interesting despite the generic premise and is certainly worth a watch. I’d say that the film did a good job with the tools that it had at the time.

1942 Who Done It
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You can’t go wrong with an Abbott and Costello film. While you’ve seen one you’ve seen em all does seem to apply quite well here, it’s a formula that never gets stale. The old style humor is on point and you’ll be grinning ear to ear by the end. The heroes may not be brave but at the end of the day they do what is necessary to win.

1941 Maltese Falcon
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The Maltese Falcon is definitely an iconic movie with a very detailed plot. It’ll keep you thinking throughout the adventure and you have to watch out for the red herrings. This film doesn’t try to simplify itself for the audience and that’s a good thing. Just pay attention and it’ll all make sense.

1940 Invisible Woman
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The Invisible Woman was a fun film that dealt with being invisible. The main character may have had less fun with it than the original guy who got the power, but she also didn’t end up turning evil so she deserves a lot of kudos for that. It’s a pleasant film that doesn’t drag on.

1934 Death Takes A Holiday
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Who ever thought we’d see Death itself as more of a main character right? Usually you expect Death to be more antagonistic but he seems like a pretty chill guy here. The film was very surreal and while the ending may not have been amazing, it definitely didn’t hoild the film back from being good.

1933 The Invisible Man
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Who here doesn’t know about The Invisible Man? Honestly, while super speed would probably still be a power that I would choose sooner, I would absolutely love being invisible. There are just so many practical applications for it like sneaking into a restricted area to snag a few Pokemon who are hiding there. I guess most of the other uses for it are a bit murky like stealing candy bars, but you could always pay for it real quick and then dash out. Of course, using your ability so obviously is a sure fire way to get caught for government experimentation. Oh yeah…I was supposed to talk about the film right?

So, there you have it! I’ll be keeping this list updated so any title that you see now may or may not be there in a future as another film may end up rising above it. This was certainly quite the project to put up, but maintaining it should be a lot easier! Congrats on actually making it all the way to the end.

Best Animated Film of Each Year

It’s time to look at the best animated film of each year! This post is going to have a lot of gaps during the early parts as there are many years where I didn’t see a film, but I wanted to keep it separate from live action so both sides got their time to shine. Naturally if the only film that I’ve seen in a year got under a 5 then I won’t be counting it. I mainly used Wikipedia for researching this list, but you never know if I missed one or not so if I find a better movie for a year then naturally I’ll update it. 2018 is pretty early so far and I’m sure it’ll change, but I’ve still added it. Without further adieu, lets do this.

1937 Snow White
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Certainly a classic film and it has the honor of being the very earliest animated film that I’ve ever seen. Considering that this was back in the 1930s the animation is actually quite good. It’s really impressive and just makes me even sadder for some of the current animated stuff that comes out.

1940 Pinocchio
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Pinocchio is definitely a fun film and one that is certainly more intense than you may remember. The whole scene of the kid getting drunk and then everyone turning into Donkeys was quite unexpected. Definitely a film that you will take a second glance at while watching to make sure that it’s the right film.

1941 Dumbo
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How can you not like the concept of Dumbo? It’s about a big elephant who always knew that he had what it takes to be the best. We had some solid supporting characters here and while it would never hit it off the same way that many of the other Disney films did, the important thing is that the film had heart and never gave up without a fight. Yeah, I was having a hard time filling out this paragraph, but I did a good job I’d say.

1950 Cinderella
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Cinderella is definitely an intense story and one that has really aged well with the animation. 1950 was a very long time ago, but the story is remembered just as much now as it ever was. Maybe even more so with the recent remake.

1959 Sleeping Beauty
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Just from this picture you can see how far Disney has come in 9 years. The animation was solid and we actually got a fight scene here which was really epic. You can’t go wrong with big dragon battles and this movie did a really good job of handling it.

1964 Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer
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Rudolph is definitely a classic film. Santa may have been rather mean the whole time, but Rudolph never let it get to him. He’s just a very nice reindeer who always tries to do the right thing. That’s just the kind of guy he is and it’s why this special is always so emotional. The Island of Misfits was always a fun scene as well.

1969 A Boy Named Charlie Brown
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The Charlie Brown series is certainly a very large franchise. This was one of the really early ones and it was a good way to get used to the cast. It’s not as if there is a huge plot or anything, but it’s a fun slice of life adventure that will claim your attention.

1970 Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town
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You may think that Santa was already in town, but it turns out that he had to travel. This wasn’t a great movie or anything, but it was in a relatively weak year. It’s fun enough though and will certainly put you in a Christmas mood.

1973 Charlotte’s Web
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I saw Charlotte’s Web when I was really little and it was only recently that I rewatched it. It’s definitely an emotional story with Charlotte. While the parents weren’t very likable, at least the main character was ready to protect the pig. It’s a film about hard decisions for sure.

1976 Rudolph’s Shiny New Year
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Who ever thought we would get a Rudolph film with a convoluted plot? Well, that’s exactly what happened with this film and it definitely turned out pretty well. It has good replay value since you’ll likely want to watch it a second time to truly appreciate how meta the plot is. It’s a film that has been forgotten by many though.

1977 Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown
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It was finally time for Charlie to get a long sports film. The bullies may have been a little too intense here, but I can always appreciate a good competition. It’s not like you’d expect Charlie to do too well in such circumstances anyway, but I was still hoping that he would come out on top and finally show the world that he was a champ. Maybe next time.

1979 Rudolph and Frosty’s Christmas in July
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Who wasn’t excited when this crossover was announced? It makes so much sense and yet this film never got too popular. The plot may not have been amazing or anything, but Rudolph looked really good in the action scenes and the story just writes itself. This is hype confirmed.

1983 Mickey’s Christmas Carol
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A classic take on the Christmas Carol and one that really works well. Mickey and Scrooge are perfect for the roles. Scrooge was practically born into it with such a name. It definitely has a happy ending and Scrooge does a good job of resisting the Christmas spirit before getting sucked into it.

1986 Transformers The Movie
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Take a look at the picture and can you tell me that this film came out in the 80s? It’s another film where the animation was utterly spectacular and the movie gets better every time you see it. I couldn’t really appreciate it the first 3-4 times, but the final time I saw it the whole thing finally clicked. This is the ultimate Transformers experience and a big reason as to why the franchise is so good.

1987 Scooby-Doo Meets the Boo Brothers
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I can’t really get behind Shaggy’s red shirt, but this was a fun special. I never really knew the Boo Brothers too well, but who wasn’t familiar with Scooby Doo? I wouldn’t mind if they brought these movies back as the Shaggy and Scooby dynamic works pretty well. Of course, having the whole gang around is probably the better dynamic, but it’s close.

1988 Scooby-Doo! and the Reluctant Werewolf
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I saw this film so many times back in the day. It may not be the greatest Scooby Doo Adventure, but the race is solid and it’s certainly nostalgic. With everyone cheating and the actual terrain being pretty suspect, the heroes had to use all of their skills to drive through that mess.

1989 Dragon Ball Z Dead Zone
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Dead Zone started DBZ’s long reign of destruction as it kept getting best film of the year awards. Dead Zone had some really good action scenes and while they may not be as high tier as the later films, that didn’t take away from the actual fights. These fights had a lot of heart and you could feel the effort that was put into them. It was a solid start to the movie series.

1990 Dragon Ball Z The Tree of Might
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The Tree of Might had the first Goku Black since before Super was even thought up. The film surprisingly didn’t really go into that, but it’s still a really solid DBZ film with a lot of fight scenes. Goku may have been a little outmatched, but it was good for hype. I’m not a big fan of throwing in the apes at the end, but people like them so I guess the film had to do it.

1991 Dragon Ball Z Cooler’s Revenge
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Definitely one of the best DBZ films. It was a great way for Super Saiyan to debut and the movie was basically nonstop action. It’s easily the best early DBZ film and was a great transition to the Super Saiyan adventures. Even the soundtrack was 5 star material and this is just a very complete movie.

1992 Dragon Ball Z Super Android 13
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Super Android 13 may have been extremely short like a lot of the early DBZ films, but the action starts almost within the 5 minutes and continues to the end. It’s awesome if you came for the fights and naturally I did so this worked quite well. It’s easily one of the best DBZ films and is just incredible in general.

1993 Broly The Legendary Super Saiyan
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While Resurrection F may have finally passed this film as the best DBZ title, Broly is still absolutely amazing. The animation was certainly ahead of its time and Broly makes for an incredibly imposing villain. The fights here are some of the best choreographed in all of anime and I really hope Broly returns someday.

1994 Broly-Second Coming
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Broly Second Coming may not have been as good as the original since Goku and Adult Trunks weren’t around, but his fight with Gohan was still pretty solid. I was glad he got to appear again at any rate and it’s still a lot better than the third film in the trilogy would be. This one still had a solid plot and a good portrayal for Broly.

1995 Dragon Ball Z Fusion Reborn
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Fusion Reborn is a pretty hype DBZ film even if it wasn’t as great as it could have been. Focusing on the Goku and Vegeta plot would have made this film much better. It’s rare to see SSJ3 Goku so overwhelmingly outmatched, but he still tried his best. Janemba has a great design and this film is a must watch for DBZ fans as it effectively ended the initial DBZ adventures. I mean there was one other film, but it didn’t really have any big fights…

1996 Sonic The Hedgehog
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I’ve seen this Sonic movie many times. Technically it’s an OVA, but I’ve seen it in movie format each time and it’s the definitive Sonic experience. The fight with Metal Sonic is incredible and it’s what I expect when watching something Sonic related. I doubt the film will ever be surpassed and that’s fine since it sets such a high bar. Still, if you have not seen this movie then you need to change that as soon as possible!

1997 Slayers Great
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Slayers has made it into the fray! The movies and OVAs for typically prequels while the TV show focused on the current events. That was actually a pretty smart move and a good way to keep both sets of adventures going. It was a fun movie that had solid animation which were good for the fights. Otherwise, Lina was pestering Naga as much as you can expect and that dynamic is always fun.

1998 Pokemon The First Movie
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The first Pokemon movie was incredible and to this day it makes a strong case for being the absolute best one in the series. Mewtwo is really powerful and is probably still the most powerful Pokemon. Ash got to throw a good punch and all of the characters were at their best here. It’s a film that I’ve seen many times and is always as fun as the last.

1999 Pokemon 2000
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Pokemon 2000 may have been a lot more low key than the first film, but it’s still a nice adventure. Adventure is the right word to use for this film because the whole film is essentially Ash trekking through the snowy island that he is on. There isn’t a whole lot of action, but it’s an enjoyable film and it’s always nice to see the original cast.

2000 Batman Beyond Return of the Joker
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Return of the Joker was definitely a very intense film and a good way to cap off the Batman Beyond series. The animation was definitely really solid and the soundtrack was great as you always expect from the series. Joker and Bruce Wayne finally got some closure and this film is the main reason why we want the Beyond series to return someday.

2001 Scooby-Doo and the Cyber Chase
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Scooby Doo Cyber Chase is probably the best of the Scooby Doo films as I think it even has the slight edge over Zombie Island. It was a really fun video game inspired film with even some crossover elements like meeting the other Scooby Doo gang. It’s a really fun film and for Scooby Doo to take a win in the post 2000 era you know that the film had to be solid.

2002 Pokemon Heroes
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Pokemon Heroes was a pretty fun film. It was good to see a more experienced Ash take charge here. The film was rather light on action and Latios looked fairly weak, but I guess not all of the legendaries can be fighters. It was definitely fun watching this film in theaters and the visuals still hold up well.

2003 Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman
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While the mystery may be the biggest incentive to watching this film, I was mainly interested in the fight scenes. The film had a lot of them and they were all quite solid. Even Penguin’s two bodyguards were actually able to fight this one as the ladies were even defeating Batwoman quite handily. It’s definitely a very solid Batman film to watch and one that I’ve seen many times.

2004 Yugioh and the Pyramid of Light
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You may wonder why Yugi has 2 copies of Ra, but that’s not important right now. This was a very fun Yugioh film with some solid card duels. It may not have gotten the same acclaim as the other 2 newer Yugioh films, but it was a good way to get the ball rolling. Kaiba gets the hype you’d expect from him and the new villain is solid as well. Just a very good all around movie.

2005 Final Fantasy VII Advent Children
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This film had a long history of being my all time favorite. It has since been surpassed a few times, but it’s still an incredible film that shows off the potential of CGI. It can look good if applied properly and this film proves it. The soundtrack and plot are also awesome making this a great film that could win almost any year with ease.

2006 Bleach: Memories of Nobody
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The first Bleach film was a lot of fun. Ichigo was relentless against the villains here and we got to see all of the Captains get to do something by the end. The villain was a credible threat and the animation was movie level as well. When I think of Bleach, this film captures the essence of the series the best even if Hell Verse is still the best movie. This film got Bleach off to a great start.

2007 Bleach: Diamond Dust Rebellion
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A film about Hitsugaya may have been a rather intriguing call, but it’s one that worked reasonably well. You can’t help but think that the movie would have been better with Ichigo as the lead, but we got a good amount of action either way. It also helped prove my theory that Soul Society is actually evil and must be defeated someday.

2008 Bleach: Fade To Black
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Dark Rukia was a cool concept even if the film didn’t really go all out with it. The third Bleach film may be the weakest of the Bleach films, but it’s still a very solid movie in its own respect. It was just lacking in action when you expect a lot more from the series. Throw in just one more action scene and this film would probably have a far better rep.

2009 Naruto Shippuden the Movie: The Will of Fire
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The Will of Fire is the best Naruto film for the simple reason that it had the best fights. All of Naruto’s friends may have betrayed him and I lost respect for all of those guys, but Naruto always held true to his beliefs of making sure to save everyone. This film really shows why Naruto is a very likable main character and I’d highly recommend checking it out to see for yourself.

2010 Yugioh Bonds Beyond Time
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The greatest film of all time! I don’t see anything ever possibly topping this movie. I don’t care if it’s the big Goku Ultra Super Saiyan 6 vs Whis Level 5 or if it’s a big budget RWBY series finale movie. This film cannot be stopped as it was the ultimate crossover and still had the best audience I’ve ever seen at a theater. With a super cast and nonstop action, Bonds Beyond Time is the champ for good reason.

2011 Tekken Blood Vengeance
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Tekken is definitely a very fun film. The action doesn’t really heat up until the heroes make it to the tower, but we get a few fights before that. Tekken has always been well known because its a fighting game series that also has a good story so it makes sense that the film would be an example of this. It’s also one of the few CGI films that still looks really great. It makes sense since the games use a similar visual style.

2012 Justice League Doom
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Justice League Doom is a pretty fun film. It’s certainly a little more low key than Crisis on Two Earths, but still gives us a lot of action scenes and more quality time with the Justice League. It shows why Batman is so feared since he can easily come up with plans to stop anyone. The guy cannot be underestimated.

2013 Dragon Ball Z Battle of Gods
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Battle of Gods was huge when it first came out since it meant that we finally got to see the old characters again. Nostalgia initially helped me give it such a generous score, but either way it is still a very solid film. The ending may not be satisfying, but Goku finally getting a new super form was a long time coming. There were some solid action scenes so how could you not like this film?
2014 Naruto The last
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Romance aside, it was great to finally see a grown up Naruto who could really cut loose. He wasn’t holding back at all in this movie and the fight scene on the Moon was incredible. The movie is definitely very action packed and feels a lot like DBZ in a good way. It was a very nice way to wrap up Naruto’s story before his son would take over.

2015 Dragon Ball Z Resurrection F
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Finally, a new Super Saiyan form! This film got a lot of hype and lived up to all of it. It has the best soundtrack in a DBZ film and while the power levels were wonky it didn’t make the viewing experience any worse. Just sit tight and enjoy the hype combat!

2016 Yugioh Dark Side of Dimensions
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Dark Side of Dimensions is definitely a great film. The duels are absolutely top notch and Kaiba really looked great. The writers seemed to look at why people like Yugioh and then incorporate all of the best elements into the film. They did a flawless job and I don’t see how they can possibly top this with another classic film. If this is how the original part of the franchise ends, I would be satisfied.

2017 Sword Art Online Ordinal Scale
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I was a little worried when walking into the theater for this film since SAO is a series full of highs and lows, but the movie was firing on all cylinders. The action is intense and the animation is amazing. With tight pacing and a great plot, you couldn’t go wrong with this title.

2018 Scooby-Doo! & Batman: The Brave and the Bold
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Scooby Doo has returned to claim the 2018 spot! This was a fun crossover with Batman and definitely was a good way to bring this Batman series back. I doubt it will keep this spot for very long, but we have to give credit where it’s due. The gang really outdid themselves this time.

Congrats on getting to the end! This post was definitely a lot of fun to make so be on the lookout for other sections like Live Action Movies and TV shows at some point. In the meantime I will be sure to keep this list updated.

Captain America: Super Soldier Stats and Records

Stats time!

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Level Stats

Level 1 Max Combo 16 Clear Time 12m Challenges 0/4 Pows 0/3 Bombs 0/10 Chest 0/1
Level 2 Max Combo 34 Clear Time 23m Challenges 0/4 Pows 0/3 Bombs 2/10 Chest 0/1
Level 3 Max Combo 28 Clear Time 23m Challenges 0/4 Pows 0/3 Bombs 3/10 Chest 1/1
Level 4 Max Combo 12 Clear Time 26m Challenges 0/4 Pows 2/3 Bombs 3/10 Chest 0/1
Level 5 Max Combo 19 Clear Time 28m Challenges 0/4 Pows 1/3 Bombs 5/10 Chest 0/1
Level 6 Max Combo 15 Clear Time 25m Challenges 0/4 Pows 1/3 Bombs 1/10 Chest 0/1
Level 7 Max Combo 10 Clear Time 35m Challenges 0/4 Pows 0/3 Bombs 1/10 Chest 0/1
Level 8 Max Combo 32 Clear Time 18m Challenges 0/4 Pows 0/3 Bombs 2/10 Chest 1/1
Level 9 Max Combo 32 Clear Time 14m Challenges 0/4 Pows 0/3 Bombs 0/10 Chest 0/1

Captain America: Super Soldier Review

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It’s time to take a look at one of the final Superhero titles that I had yet to play in the modern era. A character like Captain America certainly comes with a unique fighting style and one that the game handled well. I didn’t expect to find it for around 5 dollars at Gamestop, but it just goes to show that you never know what kind of gem you’ll find there. As a loyal Gamestop supporter I must urge you to go there, but don’t get conned into going for Elite Reward Status unless you seriously shop there a lot or desperately want the Buy 2 Get 1 Free coupon.

The plot of the game is that Captain America has infiltrated another Hydra base. At this location, Zola is experimenting to create his own version of the super soldier serum and if he succeeds then it could turn the tide of the whole war. Cap has to stop this weapon at all costs, but he can’t do it alone. That’s where the Invaders come in. They’ve got heavy artillery backing then up so maybe, just maybe the heroes have a chance.

At its core this game is a classic 3D brawler like most of the other superheroes. You will do some platforming as you jump from place to place but most of the time you will be beating up on Hydra agents. The platforming is also pretty easy because your jumps automatically link to where you will want to go and an arrow will show if you can make it or not. If you fall anyway then you simply were not paying attention. If you’ve played pretty much any 3D game like this then you should also be prepared to break some switches and handle miscellaneous tasks.

Now the combat is where the game gets a little more creative. This is Captain America after all, you will be going in expecting to use his shield quite a bit right? Well the game doesn’t disappoint. You can throw the shield around to stun multiple enemies. The more you upgrade the shield skill, the more enemies you can target at once. It’s really handy for when you’re surrounded. Of course, sometimes you want to test your mettle in close range combat and that is always a viable option. When fighting off enemies with your fists you can feel the satisfying sound effect behind each blow. Furthermore, your reaction times are important here as you will have to press the Z button when you are about to be attacked to parry the hit and keep on beating them down. The timing isn’t quite as strict as in some other games and it is hard to miss the visual cue. As a result, you can basically fight off armies by the end of the game and it feels awesome. You can be surrounded and then begin delivering your haymakers until the fight is over. The fight style the game uses is very cinematic which lines up well with the films. You won’t even notice the Wii Remote much since you are focusing on just hitting everything. The motion controls only come into play when you start throwing your shield around, but time slows to a crawl at this point so that compensates for the extra time it takes to move the shield around. You will likely still get tagged once or twice in Cap Mode since when you’re surrounded even slowing down time isn’t always enough. To prevent the game from getting too easy, berserk enemies don’t trigger your Cap Sense so you can’t parry them and the same goes for all of the villains with guns.

Unfortunately the graphics aren’t great. It’s not so much the effects or the backgrounds, but it is the character models that just don’t seem right. Captain America’s proportions just don’t seem right. His top half is just too huge and the rest of him looks too small. I guess maybe he just skipped leg day. One good thing about this style though is that it lets the game go all out with giving us mini cutscenes here and there. The scene where a minion shows up and grabs the shield was pretty hype. He quickly learned that I was still more than a match for him though. The music wasn’t especially memorable or anything like that but I did like the main menu theme. It was a nice rock theme that got you hyped for what the game was about to bring in.

There are 9 levels in the game with the average length being about 20 minutes per level. The game isn’t all that long as a result, but it didn’t feel too short either. It’s a fairly standard length for a movie tie-in which admittedly isn’t saying much. You can get the game for a few dollars though so the price helps to counter this. There is a little replay value to be found here as you can go back to the levels and try to grab the collectibles to unlock some more costumes. Not a great incentive for me, but it’s definitely better than nothing. At the end of the day, this is a very basic game with no extra frills. The main campaign has to be enough to sell you on the product and it worked well enough for me.

Overall, Captain America is a pretty fun superhero title. It may not be as high budget as you’d like, but does a good job of depicting what you would expect from Cap’s fighting style into a great gameplay experience. Throwing around the shield just feels right and can really be used to extend combos. Naturally, bouncing it off walls and such won’t work quite like in the movies, but Sega did a good job all things considered. This is a considerable step up from the recent Batman game that I played and I can certainly recommend checking it out. I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised.

Overall 7/10

Inhumans Review

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The Inhumans were pushed heavily throughout the comics and shows a few years back. Marvel did their best to try and use them as replacements for the X-Men although this plan failed and the mutants are back in business. This TV show came out during this interesting period and all it did was show why the Inhumans were never all that popular. They just aren’t likable characters.

The show starts off with showing us the Inhuman civilization on the Moon. Things may look peaceful from a distance, but the citizens are not happy as King Black Bolt has separated them into an outdated caste system. Depending on how you were born you were doomed to work in the mines or you can live above ground. Now you may recognize this system from many villain groups like the Soul Society, Skypiea, or even the world of Black Clover. Since you know the format then you know that Black Bolt is the main villain so an up and coming Inhuman will stop him right? Well that’s where Maximus comes in.

He realizes that the caste system is immoral and decides to quickly put a stop to it once and for all. He achieves a coup d’etat and usurps Black Bolt of his crown and banishes most of the royal family to Earth. Black Bolt swears revenge and that he will destroy Maximus when next they meet. Show’s over right? Well, Maximus is the main villain and Black Bolt is the hero…..just let that sink in for a little while.

Despite the summary Maximus is obviously a villain from the start. It’s just a shame because he is completely right about how Black Bolt has become a dictator and isn’t treating everyone equally. The show just wrote itself into a corner because this makes Black Bolt a total villain so Maximus goes over the top and starts murdering everyone while also trying for someone who is already married. Clearly the show was worried that Maximus was going to be the best character in the show otherwise. Naturally as a result of all this I am definitely not a Maximus fan. While he may be slightly sympathetic at first he completely goes nuts and loses whatever credibility he had. It’s a shame, but just having a sob story won’t be enough to get you anywhere.

Black Bolt is just as bad but he was never sympathetic. He can’t talk which is supposed to make you sympathetic I guess, but as he is king we can blame him for a lot of what is wrong with the society. He kept in the caste system and looks down on his own people. He is incredibly arrogant to the point where he doesn’t like anyone to make contact with him since he is so above them. He locked one guy in darkness for eternity which is certainly a cruel fate and even hid secrets away from his wife and inner cabal. This is because at his core, Black Bolt doesn’t trust anyone. The only part that I guess could be frustrating for Black Bolt is how Medusa is his interpreter, but she rarely repeats what he actually said and likes to come up with her own version. He definitely needs to find some way to talk through writing or electronically.

I also have to say that his abilities were not impressive in the slightest compared to what you would expect. The show spends the entire season building up his raw power but the big moment at the end where he finally lets loose only amounts to some rocks being broken and the metal cube not even getting a dent. All I’m saying is that I just didn’t find this impressive and the show could have done a whole lot better if you ask me. As a whole, the Inhumans just seem fairly weak and wouldn’t last long against the Avengers or the X-Men. They are all glass cannons with no real defense.

Karnak is a hand to hand fighter with the unique ability to see all of the angles. It is definitely a cool power to have since he can think things through so clearly that he can basically get a do over on any situation. While this ability isn’t as all encompassing as the famous Spider Sense as Karnak won’t know about attacks from behind, it’s good for any fight that he jumps into. Naturally since this ability would likely be too good, Karnak inexplicably trips and loses his ability for most of the season. That’s just annoying since of course now he is just a normal human who needs help from everybody. He also gets the worst subplot in the show as he goes to this place where they’re growing drugs. He helps for a while, but one of the guys goes crazy and starts murdering everybody. Karnak manages to escape with the girl and then they part ways, but the romance was absolutely brutal. This is mainly because Karnak is another one of those characters who doesn’t know much about social behavior and as such he has to be taught romance. It’s all very cringe worthy stuff.

Then we have Crystal and her subplot. She was taught that humans are all beneath her so she should not speak to her, but Lockjaw gets run over by a car for the edge factor so she has to find a vet. She meets up with a surfer dude, well he is the one who ran over her dog and he introduces her to his ex girlfriend who is a vet. The whole scenario is so absurd that it is almost funny. The guy gives her pretty bad advice the whole time as he says things like “your family can wait” as having a fun time at the beach is just a better way to spend the day. He isn’t a positive influence and the problem is that he’s supposed to be the person who gets Crystal to see that humans aren’t so bad. So much for that plan right? Crystal is also annoying because of how extremely powerful she is. She could destroy Maximus at any point in the show, but hesitated too much and loves firing warning shots. She could have saved quite a few people if she had actually made a move instead of waiting. Big mistake on her part if you ask me. So she isn’t a bad character but she is definitely an annoying one. I wanted her to take more initiative so having her become the Queen of the Inhumans would have worked really well.

We can’t forget the actual queen though. Medusa serves as the voice for Black Bolt but as she is basically a yes man for a while, her role barely matters. She does seem to have a little more humanity than Bolt though and at least gets him to be less strict on the corrupt rules that were in place. She can come off as rather mean at times and a little overdramatic when it came to her hair. Still, I have less faults with Medusa than the other characters. She is at least a character who tries to make a change in her situation.

Then we also have Gorgon with his strong stomps. I guess he is super human when it comes to physical abilities but they definitely aren’t at a particularly high level. He is the tough member of the group, but always seems rather outmatched in the various fights that he is in. You never really expect him to win although he does look good when going up against the humans. I guess we will give him some credit for that. There is a big decision that has to be made involving whether they should try to bring him back or not. All I can say is that the group’s bickering and indecision is another reason why they will never be as good as the others. Karnak was Bolt’s most trusted adviser and even he ended up defying him. Considering that Bolt was going to destroy him for this one choice I can definitely say that Karnak made the right move.

There is also a human scientist thrown into the mix who looks like someone out of the Supergirl show. Louise serves as the general audience character who does her best to help and even defies her bosses when she really wants to pursue a story. She doesn’t add a whole lot to the story if we are being honest and just works as a plot device to help the Inhumans secure cars and other necessities in order to reform the team. She could have definitely been worse, but I wasn’t really a fan of the character.
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The best character in the film is certainly the regenerating assassin who serves Maximus. Having excellent hand to hand skills in addition to a healing factor is certainly crucial to have at the ready and it’s a shame that her boss was so crazy. Auran definitely was hoping that Maximus was going to be a just ruler, but it simply wasn’t to be. Auran ended up making the right calls by the end and is someone you can trust to keep her word. Being honorable is always a good trait for a protagonist or an antagonist. It shows that he or she has confidence in winning a battle with anyone. If you have to cheat or resort to sneak attacks, then you clearly aren’t as tough as you thought you were. It’s even worse if the villain is one of those people talking about survival of the fittest. So much for that right?

Mordis is one of the other big villains and he gets a ton of hype. Everyone fears him including Black Bolt. The thing is, he’s basically just a weaker Cyclops. He completely relies on his eye blasts and is otherwise a normal mortal. His constant joking around is a nice change of pace from all of the ultra serious Inhumans, but he really couldn’t live up to the hype. He ends up going down pretty quickly when the adventure actually gets tough.

The pacing is fairly good at least since this is basically just an extended movie turned into a short show. Either way, something is always happening and it doesn’t have time to be all that drawn out. Certainly a good thing. While I wasn’t the biggest fan of the show thanks to its lackluster cast and it not striving to have quality writing instead of random romances, at least it didn’t keep in going and going for too long. It knew to end before going too far off the deep end.

The show isn’t all that violent which is a good thing. It never gets quite as intense as the Agents of Shield or anything like that. We have a regenerative character and we see her heal from a wound but it’s nothing too crazy. There is also the animal violence of the dog being run over. If he had died or something then the show would have really done down the tubes. It’s definitely good that the show avoided that land mine.

I suppose I’ll give the show’s scenery and costumes some props. I thought they did a good job with Black Bolt and Crystal’s costumes. They seemed to be pretty comic accurate. They weren’t really trying with Medusa since most of the plot revolved around her losing the hair anyway, but I suppose the actual costume was on point. The suits may have a hard time translating into live action for many heroes since they just feel like cosplay at times, but as long as the look is right then it’s fine if it looks rather fragile. That’s a very slight stretch of disbelief to imagine that the fabric is just really tough.

The fight scenes may have been scarce but we still got a few good ones like Medusa vs Auran. Lets face it though, Auran should have absolutely clobbered her. Medusa is tough because of her hair, but Auran is an advanced master of hand to hand combat. Throw in the regeneration and this is absolutely no contest. If they said beforehand that Medusa was also known as one of the best fighters or that she had super strength then maybe it would be believable, but otherwise I just couldn’t take the fight’s outcome seriously. Too bad we didn’t get more hand to hand fights like that, but the show at least did give us a lot of posturing between…well everybody. Every character here has a huge ego and they are intact by the end so if we get a sequel prepare for a lot of “I told you so” remarks and smirks. I really don’t see this show getting a sequel anytime soon though.

The best part of the show is probably when the villains and heroes have their first major encounter in the forest. The heroes spend a lot of that time running away and surprisingly there isn’t actually much of a fight but I was done with the whole “Heroes scattered in an unknown town” plot. The actual confrontations are what we came here for after all. Black Bolt did appear to be incredibly naive when he met with Maximus for the first hostage exchange though. In what world would Maximus actually release control back to Black Bolt in exchange for his life when he could just destroy Bolt where he stands? Maximus went as far as to betray his whole family and risk being assassinated to become the ruler. A few words wasn’t going to switch that at any point. Naturally this just causes Black Bolt to fume a little more, but I don’t see how he became the King with those tactician skills. Oh right…he was born into the crown, Bolt didn’t actually earn it. That’s the whole premise of the show.

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Overall, Inhumans was a failed experiment of Marvel’s which likely won’t be remembered all that much in the future. It wasn’t a terrible attempt, but it just didn’t have enough good fundamentals to stand on its own. Some guest stars would have really gone a long way into making this a better show. Even if it had to be human guest stars like throwing the Agents of Shield in. That would have worked for me.

Overall 4/10