Kryptowährung kaufen - diese Möglichkeiten gibt es

Was ich mit meinem Modell alles rausgefunden hab - für Affen

Moin ihr Affen,
Seit Monaten werkle ich jetzt mit meinem Modell hin und her und versuche den Preis unserer Onktie zu verstehen oder sogar vorherzusagen. Habe bestimmt an die 40 Variablen aufgenommen und auch wenn eine Vorhersage nicht immer leicht ist, kann man das nutzen um einiges zu verstehen.
Eine Sache vorweg: Ich nehme immer die Werte vom VORHERIGEN Tag und gucke was die für einen Einfluss auf HEUTE haben

Rocketapes, was hat denn großen Einfluss auf den Preis?

Jo, was ist denn sonst noch so wichtig?

Alles klar, welche angeblichen Einflüsse sind Bullenkacke?

So, löchert mich. Hier noch das (derzeit) beste Modell:
Call: lm(formula = ReturnGME ~ Sett + Return1H + FTD + mPlastPrice + Beta1W + BTC + MaxPain + RGME_PD + RAMC_PD + ReturnSPY + RSIPD + MACDHISTPD + EarningsPD + VIXPD + T21 + DiffMeanPD + VolumePD + DiffFastSlow + Days + Cycle + CWSBposPD, data = data) Residuals: Min 1Q Median 3Q Max -30.862 -3.659 -0.957 3.143 33.690 Coefficients: Estimate Std. Error t value Pr(>|t|) (Intercept) -81.12394 22.98165 -3.530 0.000681 *** Sett1 9.03671 2.27383 3.974 0.000150 *** Return1H 1.15006 0.20568 5.591 2.81e-07 *** FTD21 26.63200 4.42288 6.021 4.53e-08 *** mPlastPrice -0.27094 0.11170 -2.426 0.017450 * Beta1W -0.12906 0.08210 -1.572 0.119763 BTC -0.27390 0.20929 -1.309 0.194252 MaxPain 0.39384 0.12792 3.079 0.002817 ** RGME_PD -0.38074 0.11929 -3.192 0.001998 ** RAMC_PD -0.11461 0.08589 -1.334 0.185713 ReturnSPY 3.45203 1.46023 2.364 0.020413 * RSIPD 0.69772 0.31552 2.211 0.029762 * MACDHISTPD 3.23756 0.70326 4.604 1.48e-05 *** EarningsPD -14.37788 7.13697 -2.015 0.047188 * VIXPD 2.11171 0.52410 4.029 0.000123 *** T21 0.32394 0.13368 2.423 0.017557 * DiffMeanPD -0.16820 0.06287 -2.675 0.008992 ** VolumePD -0.22156 0.07317 -3.028 0.003281 ** DiffFastSlow -0.64266 0.17952 -3.580 0.000578 *** Days 0.06491 0.04479 1.449 0.151027 Cycle 0.14221 0.13875 1.025 0.308360 CWSBposPD -23.05110 11.65731 -1.977 0.051316 . --- Signif. codes: 0 ‘***’ 0.001 ‘**’ 0.01 ‘*’ 0.05 ‘.’ 0.1 ‘ ’ 1 Residual standard error: 8.831 on 83 degrees of freedom Multiple R-squared: 0.7077, Adjusted R-squared: 0.6337 F-statistic: 9.568 on 21 and 83 DF, p-value: 1.778e-14 
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The top 10 games from each year from the past 100 years, according to BGG rankings

only games that have a ranking were included. some years do not have ranked games.

1920

17222 - Pogs

1921

4869 - Tipp-Kick

1922

1923

1924

1925

719 - Bridge
12102 - Tri-Tactics
20632 - Elfer raus!

1926

1927

20670 - Trap the Cap
20880 - Cootie

1928

1929

15204 - Escalado
20883 - Sorry!

1930

2186 - Oh Hell!
5658 - Nertz
5996 - Camelot
6233 - Belote
7787 - Barbu
7939 - Contract Rummy
14130 - Klabberjass
16107 - Tangrams Competitive Party Game
18924 - Wahoo
20038 - Weltreise

1931

20593 - Battleships
20877 - Battleship

1932

3718 - Rod Hockey
19382 - Finance
19824 - The Laughing Pig

1933

17104 - Lexicon
20111 - Tell Me: The Grand Quiz Game
20890 - Monopoly

1934

19551 - Kan-U-Go
20825 - Slap Jack

1935

18189 - Whot
18688 - El Palé
19539 - Capitaly
19990 - Magic Robot Quiz Game
20053 - Touring England
20447 - Easy Money
20691 - Deutschlandreise

1936

15478 - Hexagonal Chess
20225 - Das kaufmännishe Talent
20752 - Go to the Head of the Class

1937

8517 - American Mah Jongg
15345 - Stock Ticker
17191 - Tripoley
17722 - Mr.Ree!: The Fireside Detective
17833 - Star Reporter

1938

1738 - Spades
6769 - Totopoly
8859 - Buccaneer
17644 - Autobridge
17773 - Speed
18274 - BAS-KET

1939

3342 - Canasta
15744 - Michigan Rummy
18170 - Contack

1940

11476 - Rummoli
16461 - Machiavelli
18153 - Conflict
20595 - Game of the States
20677 - Spare Time Bowling
20847 - Labyrinth

1941

11946 - All-Star Baseball
16978 - Foto-Electric Football

1942

3446 - Hex
12019 - Nok-Hockey
19207 - Estanciero

1943

8949 - Super Farmer
20719 - Tjuv och polis

1944

1945

12204 - Jägerso

1946

2605 - Stratego
17499 - Rich Uncle

1947

1763 - Subbuteo
18876 - Qubic

1948

1852 - Scrabble
20636 - Electric Football

1949

8730 - Clue
13822 - Subbuteo Cricket
20411 - Finans
20895 - Candy Land

1950

10369 - Flutter
11404 - Contraband
18351 - Park and Shop
18392 - Stap op

1951

5094 - APBA Pro Baseball
20853 - Afrikan tähti

1952

12214 - Wembley
15835 - Stadium Checkers
19202 - Blockhead!
19874 - The Merry Game of Floundering

1953

7187 - The Game of Y
16704 - Skunk
17318 - Scoop
20527 - 3D Tic Tac Toe
20779 - Bondespelet

1954

7322 - Mille Bornes
8177 - Bali
9042 - Rome & Carthage
12526 - Astron
17709 - Das Jagdspiel
18037 - Monopoly: Popular Edition
20638 - Explore Europe

1955

5815 - Careers
10207 - Carla Cat
13637 - Bantu
17933 - Sjörövarön
19554 - Test Match

1956

5027 - Eleusis
6257 - Rack-O
10209 - Perquackey
10704 - Jotto
14848 - Troke
16765 - Wide World
19166 - Wangaratta
19336 - Spill and Spell
20709 - Yahtzee

1957

20127 - Curious George Match-a-Balloon Game
20812 - Don't Spill the Beans

1958

7169 - 5ive Straight
10683 - APBA Pro Football
14936 - Gettysburg
14975 - Why
15925 - Dispatcher
18196 - RSVP
19582 - Concentration
20388 - Tactics II
20798 - Scrabble Junior

1959

628 - Diplomacy
4745 - Piratenbillard
5401 - Football Strategy
12407 - Royalty
17011 - U-Boat
17895 - Die grosse Auktion
18785 - Yum
18862 - Long Cours
19334 - The Rolling Moon
20022 - Risk

1960

1871 - Dutch Blitz
3571 - Bughouse Chess
7239 - Yacht Race
10628 - Board and Table Games from Many Civilizations
13427 - Baseball Strategy
13731 - Trade Winds
13864 - Kimbo
14495 - Lie Detector
15534 - Gazza! The Game
15541 - Squatter
notable misses: Hi Ho! Cherry-O, The Game of Life

1961

10750 - Broker
11600 - Le Mans
11733 - D-Day
15109 - Battle-Cry
15637 - Summit
15880 - Civil War Game 1863
16154 - Air Empire
16359 - Chancellorville
16633 - Civil War
18065 - Go: The International Travel Game

1962

1467 - Strat-O-Matic Baseball
2003 - Twixt
4072 - Formula-1
4807 - Password
5456 - Harry's Grand Slam Baseball
5542 - Dogfight
6178 - Bismarck
6921 - Broadside
9344 - Waterloo
9388 - Square Mile
notable misses: Aggravation

1963

3795 - Focus
4685 - Breakaway Rider
6206 - Scarabeo
8245 - Stock Market Game
9200 - Stalingrad
11895 - Krypto
12069 - Haggle
13854 - What's That on My Head?
15281 - Equations
15396 - The Match Game
notable misses: Kismet, Mouse Trap

1964

280 - Acquire
3478 - Midway
4672 - Afrika Korps
5106 - Facts in Five
8675 - Probe
10054 - Quinto
11113 - Oh-Wah-Ree
11453 - So Long Sucker
11672 - Stocks & Bonds
14282 - Phalanx
notable misses: Pie Face

1965

2973 - Nuclear War
6935 - The Battle of the Bulge
7659 - Blitzkrieg
10779 - Breakthru
10880 - The Business Game
11050 - High-Bid
11909 - Kaiser
12353 - Call My Bluff
12965 - Avalanche
17261 - James Bond 007
notable misses: Mystery Date, Operation, Trouble

1966

3081 - Win, Place & Show
8612 - Coup d'État
9531 - Thinking Man's Golf
10806 - Fight in the Skies
13023 - Guadalcanal
15470 - Switchboard
15828 - Magellan
18154 - Thinking Man's Football
20093 - The Game of Shakespeare
20875 - Twister

1967

2409 - Bazaar
4518 - Jutland
4658 - Feudal
4814 - Regatta
6009 - Mr. President
6720 - Score Four
13190 - Sprouts
14283 - Monkey Auto Races
15132 - Ratrace
15136 - Nile
notable misses: Skip-Bo, Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Robots, Ker Plunk

1968

3940 - Strat-O-Matic Pro Football
7027 - Battling Tops
7984 - Situation 4
9533 - Kaliko
10407 - Sherco's Grand Slam Baseball Game
10503 - Djambi
10941 - International Movie Maker
11463 - MeM
12681 - The Battle of Britain
13750 - RisiKo!
notable misses: Don't Break the Ice

1969

3351 - Lines of Action
3752 - Anzio
3804 - Venture
5258 - Bowling Solitaire
5666 - Monad
10183 - Playboss
11010 - Barbarossa: The Russo-German War 1941-45
11200 - Wu Hsing
13545 - Origins of World War I
14129 - Hang on Harvey!
notable misses: Ants in the Pants

1970

2568 - PanzerBlitz
3872 - Paydirt
6210 - NFL Strategy
6599 - Ploy
8330 - Bridgette
9768 - Masterpiece
10460 - The Flight of the Goeben
11048 - Mini Shogi
12808 - Joker Marbles
12967 - Quandary

1971

1255 - Sleuth
2294 - Speed Circuit
3601 - Statis Pro Baseball
4271 - Napoleon at Waterloo
6310 - Alexander the Great
7234 - Executive Decision
7327 - Trireme
8081 - Origins of World War II
9329 - Landslide
10713 - Strategy I: Strategic Warfare 350BC to 1984
notable misses: Mastermind, Crossfire, UNO

1972

2339 - Boggle
2910 - Quebec 1759
3882 - What's My Word?
4847 - Statis Pro Basketball
5594 - Winter War: The Russo-Finnish Conflict
5869 - Sports Illustrated Baseball
5891 - Richthofen's War
6458 - Ultimate Mastermind
7390 - Soldiers: Tactical Combat in 1914-15
7728- The Battle of Borodino: Napoleon in Russia 1812
notable misses: Escape from Colditz Castle, Spoons

1973

1432 - Hare & Tortoise
1752 - Escape from Colditz
2868 - War of 1812
3049 - Tally Ho!
4955 - Conspiracy
5147 - Montage
5480 - Statis Pro Football
5771 - Bowl Bound
6139 - Jockey
6140 - Cartel
notable misses: Perfection, Anti-Monopoly

1974

1446 - Wooden Ships & Iron Men
1475 - The Russian Campaign
1481 - Napoleon: The Waterloo Campaign, 1815
1841 - Rise and Decline of the Third Reich
2173 - Kingmaker
2435 - Panzer Leader: Game of Tactical Warfare on the Western Front
2510 - Crude: The Oil Game
3457 - 1776: The Game of the American Revolutionary War
3463 - Ninety-Nine
4403 - Mahé
notable misses: Hotel Tycoon, Connect Four

1975

2981 - Battle for Germany
3884 - Frederick the Great: The Campaigns of The Soldier King
4106 - Dungeon!
4457 - World War I: 1914-1918
4463 - 221B Baker Street: The Master Detective Game
4483 - Stellar Conquest
4873 - Torbuk: Tank Battles in North Africa 1942
5755 - Cosmic Wimpout
6147 - La Bataille de la Moscowa
6315 - Epaminondas
notable misses: Pay Day

1976

2384 - Panzerguppe Guderian
2889 - Caesar: Epic Battle of Alesia
2952 - Starship Troopers
3218 - War at Sea (Second Edition)
3471 - Terrible Swift Sword: Battle of Gettysburg Game
4090 - Air Force
4127 - Conquistador: The Age of Exploration
4569 - Wellington's Victory: Battle of Waterloo Game - June 18th, 1815
4701 - Submarine
4917 - A Bridge Too Far: Arnhem

1977

665 - Squad Leader
1152 - Cosmic Encounter
1336 - Ogre
1635 - Rummikub
1718 - Victory in the Pacific
1825 - Pente
2088 - Flat Top
2144 - Machiavelli
2585 - Rail Baron
3030 - War of the Ring
notable misses: Pass the Pigs

1978

1294 - Junta
1920 - Cathedral
2558 - G.E.V.
3645 - Wizard
4037 - Source of the Nile
4049 - Fortress Europa
4109 - Battles for the Ardennes
4385 - Strat-O-Matic Hockey
4795 - The Next War: Modern Conflict in Europe
5381 - Napolean at Bay: The Campaign in France, 1814
notable misses: Simon, Hungry Hungry Hippos

1979

324 - Dune
1293 - Magic Realm
1584 - Um Reifenbreite
2087 - Big Boggle
2111 - The Awful Green Things From Outer Space
2126 - Circus Maximus
2241 - Star Fleet Battles
3386 - Divine Right
3536 - Freedom in the Galaxy: The Star Rebellions, 5764 AD
3663 - The Longest Day
notable misses: Guess Who?, Stop Thief, The Campaign for North Africa: The Desert War 1940-43

1980

325 - Civilization
750 - Can't Stop
1108 - Titan
2094 - Ace of Aces: Handy Rotary Series
2793 - War and Peace
3006 - Good & Bad Ghosts
3497 - Empires of the Middle Ages
3586 - Samarkand
4099 - Dragon Pass
4318 - Trax

1981

1354 - A House Divided: War Between the States 1861-65
1456 - Axis & Allies
1563 - B-17: Queen of the Skies
2188 - Storm over Arnhem
2586 - Dark Tower
2621 - Car Wars
3067 - Ace of Aces: Powerhouse Series
3103 - Cry Havoc
3849 - Dragonmaster
4444 - Black Spy
notable misses: Trivial Pursuit

1982

103 - Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective: The Thames Murders & Other Cases
288 - Survive: Escape from Atlantis!
1281 - Empire Builder
1562 - Rommel in the Desert
2093 - Gunslinger
3140 - Illuminati
3160 - Sequence
3168 - Family Business
3433 - Mhing
3820 - Slapshot
notable misses: Phase 10, Upwords

1983

588 - Up Front
920 - Ambush!
1288 - Scotland Yard
1307 - The Civil War 1861-1865
1376 - Empires in Arms
1749 - Take it Easy!
1931 - Wiz-War
1964 - Warhammer: The Mass Combat Fantasy Roleplaying Game (1st Edition)
2292 - Talisman
2424 - Blue Max
notable misses: Jenga, LCR

1984

773 - Wizard
1768 - Balderdash
1959 - Heimlich & Co.
2330 - Vietnam 1965-1975
2684 - The Third World War: Battle for Germany
3066 - British Rails
4053 - Fire in the East
4190 - Conquest of the Empire
4526 - Southern Front: Race for the Turkish Straits
5581 - Metropolis

1985

329 - Advanced Squad Leader
1071 - BattleTech
1337 - World in Flames
1671 - You're Bluffing!
1723 - DungeonQuest
1831 - Code 777
2376 - Pacific War: The Struggles Against Japan 1941-45
2433 - Tales of the Arabian Nights
2747 - Russian Front
3272 - Pax Britannica: The Colonial Era 1880 to the Great War
notable misses: Pictionary

1986

203 - 1830: Railways & Robber Barons
297 - Die Macher
766 - Britannia
914 - Ikusa
1220 - Kremlin
1620 - The aMAZEing Labyrinth
1710 - Werewolf
1839 - Fortress America
2377 - Escape from Atlantis
2430 - RAF
notables misses: Thunder Road, Castle Risk, Fireball Island, Polarity

1987

1195 - Bausack
1663 - Abalone Classic
1869 - Illuminati
2204 - The Fury of Dracula
2349 - Raid on St. Nazaire
2544 - Shark
3223 - Auf Achse
3417 - Black Vienna
3641 - Patton's Best
3693 - 7th Fleet: Modern Naval Combat in the Far East
notable misses: Arkham Horror

1988

1053 - Merchant of Venus
1449 - SET
1755 - Inkognito
2142 - Full Metal Planète
2171 - Blood Bowl (Second Edition)
2252 - Angola
2303 - What the Heck?
2348 - Scattergories
2688 - Clue Master Detective
2506 - Ligretto
notable misses: Girl Talk

1989

584- HeroQuest
597 - Space Hulk
1420 - Ave Caesar
1965 - Taboo
1982 - A la carte
2458 - Turning Point: Stalingrad
2561 - Aliens
2564 - Advanced Heroquest
2784 - Café International
2791 - Escape from the Hidden Castle
notables misses: Electronic Mall Madness, True Colors, Tribond

1990

514 - The Republic of Rome
1302 - Space Crusade
1500 - Eurorails
1564 - Hoity Toity
1624 - HeroQuest Advanced Quest
2001 - Gang of Four
2015 - Daytona 500
2491 - De Bellis Antiquitatis: Quick Play Wargame Rules with Army Lists for Ancient and Medieval Battles
2691 - 1835
2892 - Star Fleet Battles: Captain's Edition Basic Set
notable misses: Halli Galli, Key to the Kingdom

1991

178 - Tichu
820 - History of the World
972 - Quarto
1955 - Cosmic Encounter
1999 - Silverton
2034 - EastFront
2148 - Clue: The Great Museum Caper
2223 - Outpost
2259 - Quo Vadis?
2700 - Master Labyrinth
notable misses: Advanced Civilization, Nightmare, Dark World

1992

222 - Modern Art
948 - Loopin' Louie
1311 - The Rose King
1441 - Breakout: Normandy
1650 - Confusion: Espionage and Deception in the Cold War
1705 - 1870: Railroading across the Trans Mississippi from 1870
2026 - Loot
2650 - Nobody is Perfect
2683 - Billabong
2330 - SPQR
notable misses: Don't Wake Daddy

1993

158 - Magic: The Gathering
1048 - Stick 'Em
1374 - Beyond Balderdash
1642 - We the People
1652 - Lifeboats
1686 - Once Upon a Time: The Storytelling Card Game
2047 - Timbuktu
2338 - Mutant Chronicles: Siege of the Citadel
2497 - Man O' War
2895 - Was sticht?
notable misses: 13 Dead End Drive, Europa Universalis

1994

391 - Blood Bowl (Third Edition)
458 - RoboRally
600 - 6 nimmt!
1183 - Manhattan
1209 - Vampire: The Eternal Struggle
1287 - I'm the Boss!
1377 - Kingdoms
1646 - Wildlife Safari
1777 - Iron Dragon
2328 - Intrigue
notable misses: Catch Phrase!, Talisman (Third Edition)

1995

82 - El Grande
401 - PitchCar
410 - Catan
552 - Medici
560 - High Society
867 - Condottiere
926 - Warhammer Quest
1215 - Necromunda
1239 - 1856: Railroading in Upper Canada from 1856
1246 - Middle-earth
notable misses: Jumanji, The Great Dalmuti

1996

254 - Hannibal: Rome vs. Carthage
860 - Netrunner
985 - Catan Card Game
1014 - GIPF
1303 - Age of Renaissance
1544 - Show Manager
1571 - Serenissima
2233 - Top Race
2316 - Expedition
2395 - Detroit-Cleveland Grand Prix
notable misses: Kill Doctor Lucky

1997

95 - Tigris & Euphrates
302 - For Sale
463 - Bohnanza
946 - Primordial Soup
1005 - Colossal Arena
1199 - Löwenherz
1218 - Turn the Tide
1235 - Quoridor
1412 - Jungle Speed
1530 - Nyet!
notable misses: Chicken Cha Cha Cha, Metro, Mississippi Queen, Fluxx, Twilight Imperium, Fresh Fish

1998

217 - Samurai
512 - Through the Desert
955 - For the People
1042 - Liberté
1081 - Elfenland
1118 - Mystery Rummy: Jack the Ripper
1163 - Kahuna
1208 - Guillotine
1611 - Mamma Mia!
1694 - 1849: The Game of Sicilian Railways
notable misses: Cranium

1999

167 - Paths of Glory
181 - Ra
272 - Tikal
323 - Lost Cities
371 - Chinatown
405 - Schotten Totten
431 - Roads & Boats
536 - Time's Up!
556 - Torres
682 - ZÈRTZ
notable misses: Ricochet Robots, Vinci, The Starfarers of Catan, Bus, Roads & Boats, Apples to Apples, Stephenson's Rocket

2000

183 - Carcassonne
188 - The Princes of Florence
232 - Battle Line
248 - Hive
417 - Citadels
462 - Taj Mahal
663 - Blokus
764 - Web of Power
775 - Dream Factory
802 - La Città
notable misses: Lord of the Rings, Star Wars: The Queen's Gambit

2001

490 - DVONN
717 - San Marco
721 - Genoa
862 - Winner's Circle
862 - Wilderness War
880 - Zendo
1055 - The Werewolves of Miller's Hollow
1070 - Medina
1074 - EVO
1114 - Starship Catan
notable misses: Risk 2210 A.D., Munchkin

2002

29 - Puerto Rico
123 - Age of Steam
471 - Hammer of the Scots
506 - Carcassone: Hunters and Gatherers
547 - Lord of the Rings: The Confrontation
567 - Wallenstein
610 - Mexica
1023 - Keythedral
1187 - Star Wars: Epic Duels
1296 - BANG!

2003

192 - YINSH
387 - Amun-Re
479 - Alhambra
491 - A Game of Thrones
559 - Coloretto
617 - Carcassonne: The Castle
716 - Santiago
774 - Attika
879 - Hey, That's My Fish!
936 - Domaine
notable misses: Ubongo, Fearsome Floors

2004

44 - Power Grid
132 - War of the Ring
145 - Memoir '44
180 - Ticket to Ride
187 - Goa
251 - Antiquity
298 - San Juan
311 - Saint Petersburg
346 - Blood Bowl: Living Rulebook
370 - Heroscape Master Set: Rise of the Valkyrie
notable misses: Ingenious, No Thanks!, Betrayal at House on the Hill, Fairy Tale, Tsuro, Cockroach Poker, Niagara, Saboteur, Dungeon Twister, Friedrich, Cockroach Poker

2005

11 - Twilight Struggle
80 - Caylus
83 - Twilight Imperium: Third Edition
126 - Ticket to Ride: Europe
138 - Railways of the World
209 - Glory to Rome
242 - Indonesia
335 - Arkham Horror
383 - Lord of the Rings: The Confrontation
392 - Descent: Journeys in the Dark
notable misses: Nexus Ops, Wits & Wagers, Antike, Animal Upon Animal

2006

55 - Through the Ages: A Story of Civilization
152 - Commands & Colors: Ancients
163 - Combat Commander: Europe
201 - Shogun
219 - Imperial
285 - Neuroshima Hex! 3.0
290 - Here I Stand
305 - The Pillars of the Earth
317 - Ticket to Ride: Märklin
380 - BattleLore
notable misses: Thurn and Taxis, Taluva, Mr. Jack, Yspahan, Qwirkle, Warrior Knights

2007

19 - Brass: Lancashire
32 - Agricola
65 - Race of the Galaxy
162 - Ticket to Ride: Nordic Countries
198 - Galaxy Trucker
210 - 1960: The Making of the President
228 - Age of Empires III: The Age of Discovery
299 - Notre Dame
308 - In the Year of the Dragon
369 - Kingsburg
notable misses: Colosseum, Chicago Express, Thebes, Jamaica, Container, Tammany Hall, Biblios

2008

52 - Le Havre
85 - Battlestar Galactica: The Board Game
101 - Dominion
104 - Pandemic
118 - Stone Age
149 - Cosmic Encounter
230 - Space Alert
279 - Ghost Stories
282 - Dixit
436 - Time's Up! Title Recall!
notable misses: Axis & Allies Anniversary Edition, Formula D

2009

90 - Dominion: Intrigue
131 - Chaos in the Old World
134 - Hansa Teutonica
137 - Jaipur
186 - Cyclades
197 - Steam
246 - Imperial 2030
264 - Small World
265 - Dungeon Lords
266 - Telestrations
notable misses: The Resistance, Claustrophobia, Tales of the Arabian Nights, Carson City, Tobago, Summoner Wars, Cards Against Humanity, Maria, Ugg-Tect

2010

71 - 7 Wonders
74 - Dominant Species
88 - Troyes
240 - Navegador
241 - Runewars
245 - Alien Frontiers
271 - Sid Meier's Civilization: The Board Game
277 - Merchants & Marauders
330 - Innovation
341 - Fresco
notable misses: Hanabi, Labyrinth: The War on Terror 2001-?, Forbidden Island, High Frontier, Escape from the Aliens in Outer Space, Glen More, Vinhos

2011

15 - The Castles of Burgundy
27 - Mage Knight Board Game
54 - Eclipse
100 - Trajan
133 - The Lord of the Rings: The Card Game
143 - A Game of Thrones: The Board Game (Second Edition)
146 - Ora et Labora
166 - Village
168 - Sekigahara: The Unification of Japan
221 - Dixit: Odyssey
notable misses: Letters from Whitechapel, Takenoko, King of Tokyo, Risk Legacy, Skull, Star Trek: Fleet Captains, Kingdom Builder, Dungeon Petz, Space Empires 4X

2012

13 - War of the Ring: Second Edition
16 - Terra Mystica
42 - Tzolk'in: The Mayan Calendar
59 - Android: Netrunner
60 - Robinson Crusoe: Adventures on the Cursed Island
75 - Lords of Waterdeep
78 - Keyflower
109 - Kemet
115 - Star Wars: X-Wing Miniatures Game
122 - Descent: Journeys in the Dark (Second Edition)
notable misses: The Resistance: Avalon, Targi, Love Letter, Clash of Cultures, Spartacus: A Game of Blood & Treachery, Tokaido, Coup

2013

18 - Concordia
23 - Caverna: The Cave Farmers
87 - Eldritch Horror
94 - Russian Railroads
161 - Nations
196 - Viticulture
208 - Lewis & Clark: The Expedition
211 - Hanamikoji
214 - Bora Bora
231 - Rococo
notable misses: BattleCON: Devastation of Indines, Forbidden Desert, Sushi Go!, Quantum

2014

25 - Orléans
48 - Star Wars: Imperial Assault
64 - Fields of Arle
73 - Five Tribes
93 - Patchwork
99 - Roll for the Galaxy
116 - Legendary Encounters: An Alien Deck Building Game
117 - Alchemists
121 - Star Realms
128 - Istanbul
notable misses: Dead of Winter: A Crossroads Game, Splendor, Xia: Legends of a Drift System, Camel Up

2015

2 - Pandemic Legacy: Season 1
8 - Through the Ages: A New Story of Civilization
17 - 7 Wonders Duel
24 - Viticulture Essential Edition
31 - Food Chain Magnate
33 - Blood Rage
43 - Kingdom Death: Monster
57 - The Gallerist
63 - The Voyages of Marco Polo
84 - Grand Austria Hotel
notable misses: Codenames, Forbidden Stars, Trickerion: Legends of Illusion, Fury of Dracula (Third/Fourth edition), The Grizzled, Baseball Highlights: 2045, Cthulu Wars

2016

4 - Terraforming Mars
9 - Star Wars: Rebellion
10 - Great Western Trail
14 - Scythe
21 - A Feast for Odin
23 - Arkham Horror: The Card Game
34 - Mansions of Madness: Second Edition
47 - Mechs vs. Minions
61 - Aeon's End
72 - Clank!: A Deck-Building Adventure
notable misses: Agricola (Revised Edition), Santorini, Inis, Vinhos Deluxe Edition, Secret Hitler, Lorenzo il Magnifico, Inis, Captain Sonar

2017

1 - Gloomhaven
5 - Twilight Imperium: Fourth Edition
7 - Gaia Project
12 - Spirit Island
35 - Pandemic Legacy: Season 2
37 - The 7th Continent
40 - Too Many Bones
45 - Anachrony
49 - Clans of Caledonia
53 - Azul
notable misses: Lisboa, Ethnos, The Quest for El Dorado, Photosynthesis

2018

3 - Brass: Birmingham
22 - Nemesis
26 - Root
28 - Everdell
41 - Underwater Cities
66 - The Quacks of Quedlinburg
69 - Teotihuacan: City of Gods
81 - Architects of the West Kingdom
86 - Rising Sun
102 - Decrypto
notable misses: Welcome To..., That's Pretty Clever, Keyforge: Call of the Archons

2019

20 - Wingspan
36 - Maracaibo
38 - Marvel Champions: The Card Game
39 - The Crew: The Quest for Planet Nine
46 - Clank! Legacy: Acquisitions Incorporated
50 - Barrage
58 - Pax Pamir: Second Edition
70 - Paladins of the West Kingdom
79 - Tainted Grail: The Fall of Avalon
89 - The Lord of the Rings: Journeys in Middle-Earth
notable misses: Res Arcana, Undaunted: Normandy, Dune, Wavelength, The King's Dilemma

2020

6 - Gloomhaven: Jaws of the Lion
51 - Dune: Imperium
56 - On Mars
67 - Lost Ruins of Arnak
76 - Eclipse: Second Dawn for the Galaxy
165 - Pandemic Legacy: Season 0
200 - Viscounts of the West Kingdom
218 - Calico
262 - Kanban EV
286 - Praga Caput Regni
notable misses: My City, MicroMacro: Crime City, Marvel United, Imperial Struggle
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Weekly Discussion Thread: Comics, TV, and More! [May 31, 2021 - Neil Gaiman is Rolling Over in his Grave Edition]

Hey there honorary Justice League members - it’s a new week which means it’s time for a new discussion thread!
For those who don't know: the way this works is that several comments will list this week’s releases, for any given title discussion you should respond to that comment. For example, Wonder Woman discussion would go in the replies to the "Wonder Woman" comment. Clicking the titles in this post will take you directly to that comment, too.
In other words, you should only be replying to other comments. If you have trouble understanding how to comment for a particular title, please refer to this handy guide. Any unwarranted top level comments will be removed.
Also, please refrain from posting short, low-content comments on threads for issues or episodes that have not yet been released. Put some effort to generate discussion. Instead of just posting "So excited!" or "Best book!", try something with a bit more substance, like "Punchline is such an amazing character! Can't wait to see how they explore her in more depth in this issue."
Join the Monthly Book Club! This month's book is Hawkworld and you can join the discussion right now here!
 
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Do you know the last thing my grandfather said to me before he kicked the bucket? "Grandson, watch how far I can kick this bucket."

DC and Imprints

Anyone else disappointed by the lack of Batman books here?

Trade Collections

Moooooooom, they're not comics, they're graphic novels!

Digital Firsts

Remember, these are the short 'chapters' with a new chapter of a different series coming out daily. You can learn more here on Comixology. This is also why these are in release order, not alphabetical.

TV Shows

Sweet Tooth premieres on June 4th! Stay tuned for an all-inclusive Megathread later this week!
This Week’s Soundtrack: DJ Khaled ft Post Malone, Megan Thee Stallion, Lil Baby, DaBaby - I DID IT
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Play a British Spy Game: Kryptos Kristmas Kwiz

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I think naked short of GME is 1,690% - no meme intended

From fellow ape u/laflammaster 'Don't have enough karma to post, but... let's go down a rabbit hole.
If you have enough karma, go ahead - copy and share.'
TL/DR: I think naked short of GME is 1,690% - no meme intended
In short, they may be margin called, but considering the $1.2T rise in C-X-C cryp7o (from $2M investment nonetheless), they may have bought themselves some time.
Every day they are burning cash, despite renewing their short positions (without posting FTDs).
Now, let's take a look at the GME borrow rate (https://iborrowdesk.com/report/GME) - too lazy to average, but let's do a conservative estimate of 45% until the time of the 13F, followed by 1.1% afterwards. Citadel also issued a sale of $600M of bonds on 3rd of March (meaning they were likely being margin called and needed some cash). A total of 48 days happened until CXC decided to shoot by 3M% in almost one day.
The recent share float is 27M as calculated from the latest GME news (too lazy to link - go find it yourselves).
Now, there's definitely not enough money to give to Melvin and keep to yourself (Shitadel), so you need to borrow to keep on the cooked books.
Let's say, they have been given a sweet deal (despite not being a bank, something that Kenny G dreamed of becoming) with a rate of 2% borrow rate. Same calculation goes, but the costs triple (almost, so assume 3x for our display).
The values is what's being lost on a daily basis just for GME just for the fun of it:
%float < 1.1% calculation 3.3% calculation
50% < $123,750
100% < $247,500
150% < $371,250
200% < $495,000
500% < 1,237,500
------------------- Doing the maths for what comes next with 3% --------------------
1,000% < $2,475,000 $7,425,000
2,000% < $4,950,000 $14,850,000
tin foil hat on
If you assume that CXC event and Citadel being linked (because what krypto (on purpose with a k) living in Citi HK building would be... right?!?)
Within 48 days, Citadel ran through $600M, or $12.5M/day.
The $12.5M/day run rate equates to 1,690% of the float shorted - do the math yourselves.
Not far away from a ton of calculations showing up to 2,000% of float is naked shorted.
tin foil hat off
Some randome data:
Days to the 6/9 is 46 days.
Ok, so let's estimate Kenny's assets available based on their 13F ($385B, adding $33B in latest 13F period despite pulling out of Amazon and SPY by 97%+: https://imgur.com/a/LjAoiMc) and start this borrowed calculation going, and how long will this whole thing will last him at each point.
Margin requirement by NYSE, is that a brokerage has at least 25% of the whole amount of securities as margin.
Shitadel Securities had the following Put/Call/Equity split:
So, they have to have minimum $74Bn on hand equity, to keep from being margin called. Or, their value cannot decrease by more than $16Bn.
Shitadel had the following split on GME:
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Origin Stories MEGATHREAD

Multiverse origin stories! In keeping with sub policy, only links from a) the public domain, or b) approved fansites will be added. Enjoy, add 'em if you got 'em, and let us know what you think!
Archie Andrews/Betty Cooper
Batman
Blue Beetle (Dan Garrett)
Blue Beetle (Ted Kord, starting p. 26)
Brainiac
Bulletman and Bulletgirl
Captain Atom
Captain Marvel/Spy SmasheIbis the Invincible
Captain Marvel, Jr.
The Fortress of Solitude
Hoppy the Marvel Bunny
Inspector Henderson
Jimmy Olsen
Krypto the Superdog
The Legion of Superheroes
Lex Luthor
Lyla Ler-Rol
Mary Marvel
Mon-El
Mxyzptlk
The Newsboy Legion/Guardian
Nightwing and Flamebird
Nightwing (Dick Grayson)
The Outsiders
Plastic Man (beginning p. 34) and Phantom Lady
Power Girl (cousin of Superman of Earth-2)
Robin (Jason Todd)
Rocketman
Samson and David
Sheena, Queen of the Jungle
Superboy (1945-1992)
Superboy Prime
Supergirl
Superman (Earth-1/Earth-1985)
Superman (Earth-2)
The Super-Sons
Superwoman (Kristin Wells)
Veronica Lodge
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Why do you think Cartoon Network's schedule has gotten so bad in recent years.

Let's take a look at a Cartoon Network schedule from a long while back and compare it to today. This is the schedule for Friday, August 12, 2005:
Today, Cartoon Network pretty much just plays endless reruns of Teen Titans Go!, The Amazing World of Gumball, and whatever third show they've deciding to push that week, with little in the way of variety. It's sad, when you look above and see how great things used to be.
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Top 10 Cartoon Death Battle Matchups I'd want to see and why (criticism is appreciated)

  1. Steven vs Star (100% about to possibly happen, star children)
  2. Grim Adventures vs Fairy Odd Parents ( Children with magical/demonic help, CN vs Nick)
  3. Finn and Jake vs Mordecai and Rigby (Legendary Cartoon Network Duos)
7.Spongebob vs Mickey ( modern vs classic cartoon faces)
  1. Shaggy and Scooby vs Sam and Max or Scooby and Shaggy vs Courage ( Detective pairs, Cartoon Network scary dog vs Hannah barbara scary dog)
  2. Pete vs Bluto (Old School Cartoon bullies)
  3. Numbah One vs Kim Possible ( Kid vs teen spies, Cartoon Network vs Nick legacy fight)
  4. Father vs Father ( Fathers Day)
  5. Bugs vs The Mask ( Toonforce gods)
  6. Jimmy vs Dexter ( young boy genius)
Honorable mentions: . Bugs vs Mickey
.Daffy vs Donald
.Powerpuff Girls vs Powerpuff Girls Z
. Underdog vs Krypto/Underdog vs Mighty Mouse
.Looney Tunes Villian Royale ( Marvin vs Yosemite Sam vs Elmer Fudd)
. Zim vs Krypto
. Popeye vs Sailor Moon
. Sylvester and Tweety vs Tom and Jerry
. Doof vs Rick
.TMNT vs RWBY
.Homer vs Peter
. Little Einstein’s vs Magic SchoolBus
. Steve and Blue vs Shaggy and Scooby
Thoughts?
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Top 10 Cartoon Death Battle Matchups I'd want to see and why (criticism is appreciated)

  1. Steven vs Star (100% about to possibly happen, star children)
  2. Grim Adventures vs Fairy Odd Parents ( Children with magical/demonic help, CN vs Nick)
  3. Finn and Jake vs Mordecai and Rigby (Legendary Cartoon Network Duos)
7.Spongebob vs Mickey ( modern vs classic cartoon faces)
  1. Shaggy and Scooby vs Sam and Max or Scooby and Shaggy vs Courage ( Detective pairs, Cartoon Network scary dog vs Hannah barbara scary dog)
  2. Pete vs Bluto (Old School Cartoon bullies)
  3. Numbah One vs Kim Possible ( Kid vs teen spies, Cartoon Network vs Nick legacy fight)
  4. Father vs Father ( Fathers Day)
  5. Bugs vs The Mask ( Toonforce gods)
  6. Jimmy vs Dexter ( young boy genius)
Honorable mentions: . Bugs vs Mickey
.Daffy vs Donald
.Powerpuff Girls vs Powerpuff Girls Z
. Underdog vs Krypto/Underdog vs Mighty Mouse
.Looney Tunes Villian Royale ( Marvin vs Yosemite Sam vs Elmer Fudd)
. Zim vs Krypto
. Popeye vs Sailor Moon
. Sylvester and Tweety vs Tom and Jerry
. Doof vs Rick
.TMNT vs RWBY
.Homer vs Peter
. Little Einstein’s vs Magic SchoolBus
. Steve and Blue vs Shaggy and Scooby
Thoughts?
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Leverage RPG

This is probably a long shot, but I stumbled across the RPG (https://rpggeek.com/rpg/4883/leverage-roleplaying-game) today, and I'm hoping to track down some pdfs since it's not for sale anymore. I was able to find the core rulebook and a few expansions, but if anyone has the supplements Leverage Noir, Tropes vs. Leverage, Kryptos, and Node-Based Capers, I couldn't thank you enough.
Edit: Oh also if anyone wants it, here's the core rulebook: https://thetrove.net/Books/_Collections/Duet/RPGS/Spies%20&%20Heist%20&%20Noir%20&%20Politics/Leverage/
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My thoughts on what DAH 5 in the 80s could be

Set in the 80s, Crypto disembarks from the Furon homeworld back to earth. And here's how the story goes:
Vice Palms Florida, Crypto is partying hard and living on the wires edge with a contraband smuggling business on the side. And then all his businesses are attacked by a gutsy Cuban druglord all at once. Crypto is intrigued as to how well coordinated and connected he is despite the size of his gang. Crypto hunts down the druglord in a series of escalating raids, climaxing at the druglords mansion. Krypto finds the supplier and cartel pulling the strings and makes his way to South America.
Selva Caliente South America, Crypto attempts to locate and target cartel leaders and assets. When he confronts the leader, the leader is swiftly taken out by an Austrian Commando. The commando is stronger than any human Crypto faced. Crypto manages to barely win the fight only to find out the commando is a cyborg. The cyborg escapes and drops a business card to a German Robotics Corporation.
Mauerland Germany, Crypto returns to civilization and contacts pox. He finds out that the cyborgs are an East German supersoldier project utilizing Furon DNA harvested by humans. The lab is guarded by cyborgs and Cryptos weapons are too weak to take them on. Crypto is given a rendezvous with a spy with a talking car. After exchanging favors, he gets his upgrades and assaults the facility. The boss is an alien predator with acid puke and camouflage. After defeating the boss, Crypto finds out that the aliens were delivered from Egypt.
Pharaohstan Egypt, Crypto finds East German troops guarding an ancient Egyptian site. He finds out that the site is a communication device for a sentient mothership and that all the events that transpired were from a sentient war computer from another alien race the Furon empire defeated. It plans on weaponizing earth against the Furons by turning humanity into obidient cyborgs immune to Furon technology. Crypto follows the signal to the mothership and the last chapter begins.
Tertronian Warship Alpha Two, Crypto is briefed by pox that Furon tech is useless against the mothership. Crypto has to defeat the AI by going to cyberspace. After defeating the firewall and anti intrusion measures, Crypto is face to face with the AI core. He defeats it after a long battle and stops its plans for galactic domination. Crypto returns to Furon and is guilded a Hero. He makes it back to earth with a big project based on some of the plans he picked up from the AI called "The Internet".
Thoughts?
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How I Would Have Written It

Let me start out by saying that yes, I'm a writer. But no, I don't think I'm God's gift to the craft or anything. I also have ragged on this show, but I still have hope and optimism that it can become the show that can make us all happy. I don't want this to start a major argument or anything, it's just my ideas for how I would have handled Season 2 (and beyond), using the sort of framework they provided. (Also, apologies on length.)
Season 2: Eliminate Aqualad, Rose, Superboy, Krypto, and the whole Cadmus subplot. Make this the first time the Titans encounter Deathstroke. Bring Jericho's storyline to current times. This eliminates all the flashbacks and asides that bogged down the pacing. It heightens the stakes, because it's unfolding in modern day, not in the past. It also eliminates the dour "sins of the past" drama between the older Titans.
As Slade takes a contract to kill the Titans, Jericho joins the team. We know they're related, but the Titans don't, of course. The Titans fight a lesser villain - perhaps still Dr. Light - in the early episodes of the season. At the same time, we see Deathstroke reading dossiers, stalking individual members of the team, spying, etc. He attacks once he thinks he's learned enough and prepared enough. However, his information is dated and says nothing about Jericho being on the team, since he just joined. This throws Deathstroke for enough of a loop that the Titans manage to get away back to the tower, where they think they're safe. What they don't know is that Deathstroke knows how to find them.
At the end of the "second act", so to speak, Deathstroke attacks again. It's even more calculated than before, and perhaps he goes after individual Titans at first, rather than facing them as a team. He kills Donna. He kills Jericho, but still by accident. The rest of the team is so badly defeated and broken they have no choice but to retreat, go into hiding, recuperate, etc. Their escape is only facilitated by Deathstroke's devastation over having accidentally killed his son. During this hiding sabbatical, Dick feels rage and guilt over Donna and Jericho's deaths. He knows the team are sitting ducks, and that Deathstroke will find them. He needs to be a leader, and eventually, Nightwing is born. He rallies the troops, works on their strengths. They're better prepared when Deathstroke attacks again. It's a big battle, and maybe it goes sideways for a while, with Starfire losing her energy, or Raven going haywire. In the end, Deathstroke is "killed", and Jericho leaps out into Nightwing, which is how we learn of his soul's survival.
Denoument includes Donna's funeral and Raven going to Themyscira with her. Amends with Adeline, in which Jericho speaks to her through Dick. A family dinner with Bruce, like what already happened. The very last scene of the season shows us Deathstroke is still barely clinging to life in a hospital bed in some compound somewhere. Wintergreen is with him, and an undisclosed female hand grips Slade's. Fade to black.
Season 3: Before the Blackfire stuff gets totally crazy, the Titans/Dick seek out Cadmus to help extract Jericho and give him a body. It's morbid, but they can exhume Jericho's body for DNA samples to grow him an exact replica. The Titans know Cadmus dabbles in this kind of scientific work, but they don't know Cadmus is shady. Mercy convinces Beast Boy that she can "help him". She doesn't brainwash him, but she keeps him hooked up to tubes and wires and kept in a sort of tube-like bed. We see them working on Jericho's fetus, essentially. There's a third tube that Gar looks into at some point, but we don't see well enough to know what's inside. When an earthquake strikes, it rattles Gar's tube enough that he comes awake suddenly. Whatever process they have him undergoing has been interrupted. He can now not transform into any animal; instead, he transforms into horrible, unreal creatures with tentacles, fangs, wings, etc. This makes the Titans wary of Cadmus, and their decision to have them help with Jericho, but Mercy convinces them that it wasn't their fault. The earthquake interrupted Gar's process. Gar flees, hating himself and the horrible creatures he barely has control over. He becomes a recluse on the run, missing the Blackfire fight, until he finally goes to STAR Labs for help instead. During this time, we've also seen Raven working on her powers in Themyscira. Eventually, she and a resurrected Troia return to help fight Blackfire.
Season 4: STAR Labs continues to help Gar, and Raven locates him so they know where he is. This season can be the subplot with Cadmus, but slightly different. Introduction to Superboy and Krypto. Cadmus is using Superboy and a newly-grown Jericho instead. The other villain of the season could be the Fearsome Five or the Brotherhood of Evil. Gar gets better in time to fight alongside the Titans, is fully green thanks to Cadmus, but can turn into any animal safely thanks to STAR. Raven helps expunge Jericho and Superboy's souls of their brainwashing, because she's learned in Themyscira in the previous season.
Season 5: Rose enters! The writers keep it very confusing as to whether she's friend or foe. We want to believe, because Jericho vouches for her, and the Titans know how evil Deathstroke can be. On on hand, she IS Deathstroke's daughter, and seems to take after him far more than Jericho ever did. On the other hand, Deathstroke did gouge her eye out. It is revealed, however, that she is indeed a mole. Hers was the undisclosed female hand we saw at the end of Season 2. She hates the Titans for nearly killing her father, and the general fucked-upedness they've put Jericho through. However, she is also being controlled and manipulated by Slade and Wintergreen, who have told her the Titans are pure villains.
But! Rather than just have Deathstroke be the villain again, we see HIVE operating in the shadows. They're the ones that gave Slade his contract in the first place. However, they're also completely unimpressed with his performance, and just DGAF. HIVE betrays Deathstroke too, which he feels nullifies the contract he had to kill the Titans. Rose of course learns about this contract, and the truth about her father. Deathstroke, Rose, and the Titans must come to at least a quiet truce in order to defeat HIVE, because HIVE has a wild card up its sleeve in the form of Terra! She was in the third tube at Cadmus, and Gar recognizes her. She was the cause of the earthquake that fucked up Gar's process as well. (This flips Judas Contract on its head and also gives Terra her confusion about who she is, which was a huge part of her in the comics.) She is so full of hate and programming that she provides a very real threat against Deathstroke and the Titans. Raven knows she expunged Jericho and Superboy, so she knows she can help Terra too, if she can only get close enough.
Raven only kind of manages to do the job. Terra is more hateful than any person she's encountered. Raven is overexerting herself, feeling horrible emotions rising up within her. She feels the presence of her father, and it terrifies her. A rock from Terra knocks her out, and she only partially gets to expunge Terra's mind. By then, HIVE is all but defeated and Terra knows what's good for her, so she bounces.
Season 6 and beyond: Of course it's all dependent on how long the show goes on for. But I'd like to see more characters coming and going. Superboy takes a break from the Titans to find out answers about himself. Maybe Hawk and Dove try to retire, because now they're facing some seriously crazy shit like Terra and Blackfire and the HIVE. Jason goes back to Batman. Rose comes and goes as she pleases, just like she pretty well does. But the core group remains the same.
Moving forward in Season 6 and more, the Titans encounter other villains and other people who have been known to work with the Titans. Maybe they meet Red Star and he's a "baddy" at first, like he was in the comics. Or maybe they meet Lilith. The core group stays the same, as I said, but others sort of orbit around them. They get reports that Terra is fighting villains and terrorists and drug dealers, which is good, but she's being far too brutal. Perhaps she swoops in and intervenes while they're fighting someone and that causes them to "go after her", and teach her the ways of being a Titan. There would then be room for her on the cast, with others having taken a break. But perhaps even she leaves after a while, in search of her own past.
Whatever the final season is, I'd like to see Raven absolutely losing her shit. Trigon is brought forth again, and he's far bigger and far more powerful than the first time. Every Titan we've met has to return in order to face this enormous threat. Hawk and Dove come out of retirement, Terra comes back, Rose comes back, etc. All together, the massive team is barely able to vanquish Trigon, but they do. Perhaps Azar helps Raven cleanse her soul, so we know that Trigon is finally done. It ends with the villain that brought them together in the first place.
Again, sorry for the length. I didn't expect it to be this long! It's also just sort of "off the top of my head", so I'm sure some details are off, or would theoretically change due to logistics. I'd really like the Wildebeest saga, but I know that's far too much for the show. Anyway, if you read this, thanks!
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Respect Batman (Bruce Wayne) (DC - Post Crisis)

Respect Batman
For more Post Crisis Batman feats check out the new and improved Batman Mega Respect Thread
Name: Batman, Bruce Wayne, The Caped Crusader, The Dark Knight, The Mask of Tengu, The Detective, Sir Hemingford Grey, Matches Malone
Nationality: American
Bio: Everything changed for Bruce Wayne when his parents were gunned down in front of him during a botched robbery. Swearing vengeance on all crime Bruce travelled the world honing his body, mind and skills into the perfect weapon. Returning to Gotham he began his way on crime, however he lacked an edge. Taking on the mantle of the Bat as a symbol of fear he became a boogeyman to criminals in Gotham and beyond.
Movement Speed
General
Movement
Running
(Near)FTE
Other
Reaction/Combat Speed
Blocking/Grabbing
Gunfire
Other
Agility
Acrobatics
Swinging
Timing/Precision
Other
Strength
Lifting/Pulling/Pushing
Striking
Non-Combat
Combat
Stamina
General
Extreme Conditions
Durability
Out of Armor
Blunt Force
Piercing/Bullets
Explosions
Other
Notable Fights
1 v 1
Peak Humans
Superhumans
Group
Humans
Superhumans
Skills
Martial Arts
Nerve Strike
Marksmanship
Batarangs
Other
Stealth
Disappearing
Disguise
Stealth
Intelligence
Biology/Chemistry
Engineering
Computer Science
Gear
Utility Belt
Restraining
Explosives
Poisons/Drugs
Others
As Bruce Wayne
Batsuit
Weapons
Others
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The 100% Marvel and DC film and television completion challenge.

Do you or do you want to consider yourself a true Marvel/DC superhero movie/television show veteran? Why not take my 100% completion challenge? In order to complete this challenge, you must watch or already have seen all of the following:
Live-action films:
All 21 MCU films: Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man 2, Thor, Captain America: The First Avenger, The Avengers, Iron Man 3, Thor: The Dark World, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Guardians of the Galaxy, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Ant-Man, Captain America: Civil War, Doctor Strange, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Thor: Ragnarok, Black Panther, Avengers: Infinity War, Ant-Man and the Wasp and Captain Marvel.
All 7 DCEU films: Man of Steel, Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice, Suicide Squad, Wonder Woman, Justice League, Aquaman and Shazam!.
All 12 chapters of the Adventures of Captain Marvel serial.
All 15 chapters of the Atom Man vs. Superman serial.
All 15 chapters of the Batman serial.
All 15 chapters of the Batman and Robin serial.
All 4 90s Batman films: Batman, Batman Returns, Batman Forever and Batman & Robin.
All 3 Christopher Nolan Batman films: Batman Begins, The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises.
All 15 chapters of the Blackhawk serial.
All 3 Blade films: Blade, Blade II and Blade: Trinity.
All 15 chapters of the Captain America serial.
Both Deadpool films: Deadpool and Deadpool 2.
All 3 Fantastic Four films: Fantastic Four (2005), Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer and Fantastic Four (2015).
Both Ghost Rider films: Ghost Rider and Ghost Rider: The Spirit of Vengeance.
All 5 Marvel One-Shots: The Consultant, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Thor’s Hammer, Item 47, Agent Carter and All Hail the King.
Both Punisher films: The Punisher (2004) and The Punisher: War Zone.
Both Red films: Red and Red 2.
All 3 Sam Raimi Spider-Man films: Spider-Man, Spider-Man 2 and Spider-Man 3.
Both Mark Webb Spider-Man films: The Amazing Spider-Man and The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
All 12 chapters of the Spy Smasher serial.
All 15 chapters of the Superman serial.
All 4 Christopher Reeves Superman movies: Superman, Superman II, Superman III and Superman IV: The Quest for Peace, plus Superman Returns.
Both George Reeves Superman movies: Superman and the Mole Men and Stamp Day for Superman.
Both Swamp Thing films: Swamp Thing and The Return of Swamp Thing.
All 9 X-Men films: X-Men, X2, X-Men: The Last Stand, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, X-Men: First Class, The Wolverine, X-Men: Days of Future Past, X-Men: Apocalypse and Logan.
The following peripheral and standalone films: Batman (1966), Captain America (1979), Captain America (1990), Captain America II: Death Too Soon, Catwoman, Comic Book Confidential, Confessions of a Superhero, Daredevil (2003), The Death of the Incredible Hulk, Dr. Strange (1978), Elektra, The Fantastic Four (1994), Generation X, Grant Morrison: Talking with Gods, Green Lantern, Howard the Duck, Hulk, The Incredible Hulk Returns, It’s a Bird… It’s a Plane… It’s Superman!, Jonah Hex, Justice League of America, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Look, Up in the Sky: The Amazing Story of Superman, The Losers, Man-Thing, Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D., Power Pack, Professor Marston and the Wonder Women, The Punisher (1989), Spider-Man (1977), Spider-Man (1978), Spider-Man Strikes Back, Spider-Man: The Dragon’s Challenge, Secret Origin: The Story of DC Comics, Steel, Supergirl (1984), The Trail of the Incredible Hulk, V for Vendetta, Venom, Watchmen, Wonder Woman (1974) and Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines.
Animated films:
Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders and Batman vs. Two-Face.
All 3 Batman Unlimited films: Batman Unlimited: Animal Instincts, Batman Unlimited: Monster Mayhem and Batman Unlimited: Mechs vs. Mutants.
All 7 DC Animated Universe films: Batman: Mask of the Phantasm, Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero, The Batman/Superman Movie: World’s Finest, Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker, Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman, Batman and Harley Quinn and Justice League vs. the Fatal Five.
All 3 DC Super Hero Girls films: DC Super Hero Girls: Hero of the Year, DC Super Hero Girls: Intergalactic Games, DC Super Hero Girls: Legends of Atlantis.
All 32 DCU Universe Animated Original Movies: Superman: Doomsday, Justice League: The New Frontier, Batman: Gotham Knight, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern: First Flight, Superman/Batman: Public Enemies, Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths, Batman: Under the Red Hood, Superman/Batman: Apocalypse, All-Star Superman, Green Lantern: Emerald Knights, Batman: Year One, Justice League: Doom, Superman vs. The Elite, Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Superman: Unbound, Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox, Justice League: War, Son of Batman, Batman: Assault on Arkham, Justice League: Throne of Atlantis, Batman vs. Robin, Justice League: Gods and Monsters, Batman: Bad Blood, Justice League vs. Teen Titans, Batman: The Killing Joke, Justice League Dark, Teen Titans: The Judas Contract, Batman and Harley Quinn, Batman: Gotham by Gaslight, Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay, The Death of Superman, Reign of the Supermen and Justice League vs. the Fatal Five.
All 5 DC Showcase films: The Spectre, Jonah Hex, Green Arrow, Superman/Shazam!: The Return of Black Adam and Catwoman.
All 17 1940s FleischeFamous Superman short films: Superman, The Mechanical Monsters, Billion Dollar Limited, The Arctic Giant, The Bulleteers, The Magnetic Telescope, Electric Earthquake, Volcano, Terror on the Midway, Japoteurs, Showdown, Eleventh Hour, Destruction, Inc., The Mummy Strikes, Jungle Drums, The Underground World and Secret Agent.
Both Heroes United films: Iron Man and Hulk: Heroes United and Iron Man and Captain America: Heroes United.
All 8 Lego DC Comics Super Heroes films: Lego Batman: The Movie – DC Super Heroes Unite, Batman Be-Leaguered, Justice League vs. Bizarro League, Justice League – Attack of the Legion of Doom, Justice League – Cosmic Clash, Justice League – Gotham City Breakout, The Flash and Aquaman: Rage of Atlantis.
Both Lego DC Super Hero Girls films: Lego DC Super Hero Girls: Brain Drain and Lego DC Super Hero Girls: Super-Villain High.
All 4 Lego Marvel Super Heroes films: Lego Marvel Super Heroes: Maximum Overload, Lego Marvel Super Heroes: Avengers Reassembled, Lego Marvel Super Heroes – Guardians of the Galaxy: The Thanos Threat and Lego Marvel Super Heroes – Black Panther: Trouble in Wakanda.
All 8 Marvel Animated Feature films: Ultimate Avengers, Ultimate Avengers 2: Rise of the Panther, The Invincible Iron Man, Doctor Strange: The Sorcerer Supreme, Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow, Hulk Versus, Planet Hulk and Thor: Tales of Asgard.
Both Marvel Anime films: Iron Man: Rise of Technovore and Avengers Confidential: Black Widow & Punisher.
All 7 Marvel Rising films: Marvel Rising: Initiation, Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors, Marvel Rising: Chasing Ghosts, Marvel Rising: Heart of Iron, Marvel Rising: Battle of the Bands, Marvel Rising: Operation Shuri and Marvel Rising: Playing with Fire.
The following standalone and peripheral films: Batman Ninja, The Batman vs. Dracula, Batman vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Gen13, Big Hero 6, Dracula: Sovereign of the Damned, Hulk: Where Monsters Dwell, JLA Adventures: Trapped in Time, The Lego Batman Movie, Marvel Super Heroes 4D, The Monster of Frankenstein, Phineas and Ferb: Mission Marvel, Scooby-Doo! & Batman: The Brave and the Bold, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Superman: Braniac Attacks, Teen Titans Go! To the Movies and Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo.
DC live-action TV series:
The Adventures of Superboy pilot.
All 104 episodes of Adventures of Superman.
The Adventures of Superpup pilot.
The Aquaman pilot.
All 155 episodes of Arrow.
All 120 episodes of Batman.
All 13 episodes of Birds of Prey.
All 29 episodes of Black Lightning.
All 13 episodes of Constantine.
All 60 episodes of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow.
All 8 episodes of Doom Patrol.
All 22 episodes of The Flash (1990).
All 92 episodes of The Flash (2014).
All 98 episodes of Gotham.
All 7 episodes of Human Target (1992).
All 25 episodes of Human Target (2010).
All 58 episodes of iZombie.
All 10 episodes of Krypton.
Both episodes of Legends of the Superheroes.
All 87 episodes of Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman.
All 57 episodes of Lucifer.
All 12 episodes of Powerless.
All 33 episodes of Preacher.
All 22 episodes of The Secrets of Isis.
All 28 episodes of Shazam!.
All 217 episodes of Smallville.
All 100 episodes of Superboy.
All 82 episodes of Supergirl.
All 72 episodes of Swamp Thing.
All 11 episodes of Titans.
All 59 episodes of Wonder Woman.
The Wonder Woman (2011) pilot.
Marvel live-action TV series:
All 18 episodes of Agent Carter.
All 110 episodes of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
All 13 episodes of The Amazing Spider-Man.
All 13 episodes of Blade.
All 15 episodes of Cloak and Dagger.
All 39 episodes of Daredevil.
All 8 episodes of The Defenders.
All 29 episodes of The Gifted.
All 80 episodes of The Incredible Hulk.
All 8 episodes of Inhumans.
All 23 episodes of Iron Fist.
All 31 episodes of Japanese Spider-Man.
All 26 episodes of Jessica Jones.
All 19 episodes of Legion.
All 26 episodes of Luke Cage.
The Most Wanted pilot.
All 66 episodes of Mutant X.
All 44 episodes of Night Man.
All 26 episodes of The Punisher.
All 23 episodes of Runaways.
All 29 episodes of Spidey Super Stories.
DC animated TV series:
All 60 episodes of The All-New Superfriends Hour.
All 36 episodes of Aquaman.
All 65 episodes of The Batman.
All 85 episodes of Batman: The Animated Series.
All 52 episodes of Batman Beyond.
All 65 episodes of Batman: The Brave and the Bold.
All 34 episodes of The Batman/Superman Hour.
All 26 episodes of Beware the Batman.
All 16 episodes of Challenge of the Superfriends.
Both episodes of Constantine: City of Demons.
All 8 episodes of DC Super Hero Girls.
All 12 episodes of Freedom Fighters: The Ray.
All 26 episodes of Green Lantern: The Animated Series.
All 52 episodes of Justice League.
All 52 episodes of Justice League Action.
All 3 episodes of Justice League: Gods and Monsters Chronicles.
All 39 episodes of Justice League Unlimited.
All 14 episodes of The Kid Super Power Hour with Shazam!
All 39 episodes of Krypto the Superdog.
All 26 episodes of Legion of Super Heroes.
All 16 episodes of The New Adventures of Batman.
All 68 episodes of The New Adventures of Superman.
All 24 episodes of The New Batman Adventures.
All 130 episodes of The Plastic Man Comedy/Adventure Show.
All 52 episodes of Static Shock.
All 109 episodes of Super Friends (1973).
All 22 episodes of Super Friends (1980).
All 8 episodes of Super Friends: The Legendary Super Powers Show.
All 10 episodes of The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians.
All 13 episodes of Superman (1988).
All 54 episodes of Superman: The Animated Series.
All 36 episodes of The Superman/Aquaman Hour of Adventure.
All 5 episodes of Swamp Thing.
All 65 episodes of Teen Titans.
All 236 episodes of Teen Titans Go!.
All 12 episodes of Vixen.
All 13 episodes of WildC.A.T.S.
All 8 episodes of The World’s Greatest Superfriends.
All 59 episodes of Young Justice.
All 26 episodes of The Zeta Project.
Marvel Animated TV series:
All 126 episodes of Avengers Assemble.
All 52 episodes of The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes.
All 13 episodes of The Avengers: United They Stand.
All 22 episodes of Big Hero 6: The Series.
All 6 episodes of Black Panther.
All 20 episodes of Fantastic Four (1967).
All 13 episodes of Fantastic Four (1978).
All 26 episodes of Fantastic Four (1994).
All 26 episodes of Fantastic Four: World’s Greatest Heroes.
All 13 episodes of Fred and Barney Meet the Thing.
All 64 episodes of Guardians of the Galaxy.
All 52 episodes of Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.
All 13 episodes of The Incredible Hulk (1982).
All 21 episodes of The Incredible Hulk (1996).
All 26 episodes of Iron Man.
All 52 episodes of Iron Man: Armored Adventures.
All 48 episodes of all four Marvel Anime series: Blade, Iron Man, Wolverine and X-Men.
All 51 episodes of Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers.
All 52 episodes of Marvel Future Avengers.
All 30 episodes of Marvel Super Hero Adventures.
All 65 episodes of The Marvel Superheroes.
All 53 episodes of Men in Black: The Series.
All 13 episodes of Silver Surfer.
The Solarman pilot.
All 26 episodes of The Spectacular Spider-Man.
All 52 episodes of Spider-Man (1967).
All 26 episodes of Spider-Man (1981).
All 65 episodes of Spider-Man (1994).
All 38 episodes of Spider-Man (2017).
All 13 episodes of Spider-Man: The New Animated Series.
All 13 episodes of Spider-Man Unlimited.
All 24 Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends.
All 16 episodes of Spider-Woman.
All 52 episodes of The Super Hero Squad Show.
All 4 episodes of Thor & Loki: Blood Brothers.
All 104 episodes of Ultimate Spider-Man.
All 13 episodes of Ultraforce.
All 26 episodes of Wolverine and the X-Men.
All 76 episodes of X-Men.
All 52 episodes of X-Men: Evolution.
The X-Men: Pryde of the X-Men pilot.
How long do you think it would take to watch all of the above? A decade? Would it even be possible at all? Could you/would you be willing to do it? Is your sphincter clenching at the mere thought? Would this be perhaps just a wee bit too much Marvel and DC even for the most hardcore of fanboys?
(Also, though I tried to be as thorough as I could in compiling this, if there’s anything I’ve left out, please inform me so I can add it).
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The 100% Marvel and DC film and television completion challenge.

Do you or do you want to consider yourself a true Marvel/DC superhero movie/television show veteran? Why not take my 100% completion challenge? In order to complete this challenge, you must watch or already have seen all of the following:
Live-action films:
All 21 MCU films: Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man 2, Thor, Captain America: The First Avenger, The Avengers, Iron Man 3, Thor: The Dark World, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Guardians of the Galaxy, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Ant-Man, Captain America: Civil War, Doctor Strange, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Thor: Ragnarok, Black Panther, Avengers: Infinity War, Ant-Man and the Wasp and Captain Marvel.
All 7 DCEU films: Man of Steel, Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice, Suicide Squad, Wonder Woman, Justice League, Aquaman and Shazam!.
All 12 chapters of the Adventures of Captain Marvel serial.
All 15 chapters of the Atom Man vs. Superman serial.
All 15 chapters of the Batman serial.
All 15 chapters of the Batman and Robin serial.
All 4 90s Batman films: Batman, Batman Returns, Batman Forever and Batman & Robin.
All 3 Christopher Nolan Batman films: Batman Begins, The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises.
All 15 chapters of the Blackhawk serial.
All 3 Blade films: Blade, Blade II and Blade: Trinity.
All 15 chapters of the Captain America serial.
Both Deadpool films: Deadpool and Deadpool 2.
All 3 Fantastic Four films: Fantastic Four (2005), Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer and Fantastic Four (2015).
Both Ghost Rider films: Ghost Rider and Ghost Rider: The Spirit of Vengeance.
All 5 Marvel One-Shots: The Consultant, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Thor’s Hammer, Item 47, Agent Carter and All Hail the King.
Both Punisher films: The Punisher (2004) and The Punisher: War Zone.
Both Red films: Red and Red 2.
All 3 Sam Raimi Spider-Man films: Spider-Man, Spider-Man 2 and Spider-Man 3.
Both Mark Webb Spider-Man films: The Amazing Spider-Man and The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
All 12 chapters of the Spy Smasher serial.
All 15 chapters of the Superman serial.
All 4 Christopher Reeves Superman movies: Superman, Superman II, Superman III and Superman IV: The Quest for Peace, plus Superman Returns.
Both George Reeves Superman movies: Superman and the Mole Men and Stamp Day for Superman.
Both Swamp Thing films: Swamp Thing and The Return of Swamp Thing.
All 9 X-Men films: X-Men, X2, X-Men: The Last Stand, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, X-Men: First Class, The Wolverine, X-Men: Days of Future Past, X-Men: Apocalypse and Logan.
The following peripheral and standalone films: Batman (1966), Captain America (1979), Captain America (1990), Captain America II: Death Too Soon, Catwoman, Comic Book Confidential, Confessions of a Superhero, Daredevil (2003), The Death of the Incredible Hulk, Dr. Strange (1978), Elektra, The Fantastic Four (1994), Generation X, Grant Morrison: Talking with Gods, Green Lantern, Howard the Duck, Hulk, The Incredible Hulk Returns, It’s a Bird… It’s a Plane… It’s Superman!, Jonah Hex, Justice League of America, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Look, Up in the Sky: The Amazing Story of Superman, The Losers, Man-Thing, Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D., Power Pack, Professor Marston and the Wonder Women, The Punisher (1989), Spider-Man (1977), Spider-Man (1978), Spider-Man Strikes Back, Spider-Man: The Dragon’s Challenge, Secret Origin: The Story of DC Comics, Steel, Supergirl (1984), The Trail of the Incredible Hulk, V for Vendetta, Venom, Watchmen, Wonder Woman (1974) and Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines.
Animated films:
Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders and Batman vs. Two-Face.
All 3 Batman Unlimited films: Batman Unlimited: Animal Instincts, Batman Unlimited: Monster Mayhem and Batman Unlimited: Mechs vs. Mutants.
All 7 DC Animated Universe films: Batman: Mask of the Phantasm, Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero, The Batman/Superman Movie: World’s Finest, Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker, Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman, Batman and Harley Quinn and Justice League vs. the Fatal Five.
All 3 DC Super Hero Girls films: DC Super Hero Girls: Hero of the Year, DC Super Hero Girls: Intergalactic Games, DC Super Hero Girls: Legends of Atlantis.
All 32 DCU Universe Animated Original Movies: Superman: Doomsday, Justice League: The New Frontier, Batman: Gotham Knight, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern: First Flight, Superman/Batman: Public Enemies, Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths, Batman: Under the Red Hood, Superman/Batman: Apocalypse, All-Star Superman, Green Lantern: Emerald Knights, Batman: Year One, Justice League: Doom, Superman vs. The Elite, Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Superman: Unbound, Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox, Justice League: War, Son of Batman, Batman: Assault on Arkham, Justice League: Throne of Atlantis, Batman vs. Robin, Justice League: Gods and Monsters, Batman: Bad Blood, Justice League vs. Teen Titans, Batman: The Killing Joke, Justice League Dark, Teen Titans: The Judas Contract, Batman and Harley Quinn, Batman: Gotham by Gaslight, Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay, The Death of Superman, Reign of the Supermen and Justice League vs. the Fatal Five.
All 5 DC Showcase films: The Spectre, Jonah Hex, Green Arrow, Superman/Shazam!: The Return of Black Adam and Catwoman.
All 17 1940s FleischeFamous Superman short films: Superman, The Mechanical Monsters, Billion Dollar Limited, The Arctic Giant, The Bulleteers, The Magnetic Telescope, Electric Earthquake, Volcano, Terror on the Midway, Japoteurs, Showdown, Eleventh Hour, Destruction, Inc., The Mummy Strikes, Jungle Drums, The Underground World and Secret Agent.
Both Heroes United films: Iron Man and Hulk: Heroes United and Iron Man and Captain America: Heroes United.
All 8 Lego DC Comics Super Heroes films: Lego Batman: The Movie – DC Super Heroes Unite, Batman Be-Leaguered, Justice League vs. Bizarro League, Justice League – Attack of the Legion of Doom, Justice League – Cosmic Clash, Justice League – Gotham City Breakout, The Flash and Aquaman: Rage of Atlantis.
Both Lego DC Super Hero Girls films: Lego DC Super Hero Girls: Brain Drain and Lego DC Super Hero Girls: Super-Villain High.
All 4 Lego Marvel Super Heroes films: Lego Marvel Super Heroes: Maximum Overload, Lego Marvel Super Heroes: Avengers Reassembled, Lego Marvel Super Heroes – Guardians of the Galaxy: The Thanos Threat and Lego Marvel Super Heroes – Black Panther: Trouble in Wakanda.
All 8 Marvel Animated Feature films: Ultimate Avengers, Ultimate Avengers 2: Rise of the Panther, The Invincible Iron Man, Doctor Strange: The Sorcerer Supreme, Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow, Hulk Versus, Planet Hulk and Thor: Tales of Asgard.
Both Marvel Anime films: Iron Man: Rise of Technovore and Avengers Confidential: Black Widow & Punisher.
All 7 Marvel Rising films: Marvel Rising: Initiation, Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors, Marvel Rising: Chasing Ghosts, Marvel Rising: Heart of Iron, Marvel Rising: Battle of the Bands, Marvel Rising: Operation Shuri and Marvel Rising: Playing with Fire.
The following standalone and peripheral films: Batman Ninja, The Batman vs. Dracula, Batman vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Gen13, Big Hero 6, Dracula: Sovereign of the Damned, Hulk: Where Monsters Dwell, JLA Adventures: Trapped in Time, The Lego Batman Movie, Marvel Super Heroes 4D, The Monster of Frankenstein, Phineas and Ferb: Mission Marvel, Scooby-Doo! & Batman: The Brave and the Bold, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Superman: Braniac Attacks, Teen Titans Go! To the Movies and Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo.
DC live-action TV series:
The Adventures of Superboy pilot.
All 104 episodes of Adventures of Superman.
The Adventures of Superpup pilot.
The Aquaman pilot.
All 155 episodes of Arrow.
All 120 episodes of Batman.
All 13 episodes of Birds of Prey.
All 29 episodes of Black Lightning.
All 13 episodes of Constantine.
All 60 episodes of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow.
All 8 episodes of Doom Patrol.
All 22 episodes of The Flash (1990).
All 92 episodes of The Flash (2014).
All 98 episodes of Gotham.
All 7 episodes of Human Target (1992).
All 25 episodes of Human Target (2010).
All 58 episodes of iZombie.
All 10 episodes of Krypton.
Both episodes of Legends of the Superheroes.
All 87 episodes of Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman.
All 57 episodes of Lucifer.
All 12 episodes of Powerless.
All 33 episodes of Preacher.
All 22 episodes of The Secrets of Isis.
All 28 episodes of Shazam!.
All 217 episodes of Smallville.
All 100 episodes of Superboy.
All 82 episodes of Supergirl.
All 72 episodes of Swamp Thing.
All 11 episodes of Titans.
All 59 episodes of Wonder Woman.
The Wonder Woman (2011) pilot.
Marvel live-action TV series:
All 18 episodes of Agent Carter.
All 110 episodes of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
All 13 episodes of The Amazing Spider-Man.
All 13 episodes of Blade.
All 15 episodes of Cloak and Dagger.
All 39 episodes of Daredevil.
All 8 episodes of The Defenders.
All 29 episodes of The Gifted.
All 80 episodes of The Incredible Hulk.
All 8 episodes of Inhumans.
All 23 episodes of Iron Fist.
All 31 episodes of Japanese Spider-Man.
All 26 episodes of Jessica Jones.
All 19 episodes of Legion.
All 26 episodes of Luke Cage.
The Most Wanted pilot.
All 66 episodes of Mutant X.
All 44 episodes of Night Man.
All 26 episodes of The Punisher.
All 23 episodes of Runaways.
All 29 episodes of Spidey Super Stories.
DC animated TV series:
All 60 episodes of The All-New Superfriends Hour.
All 36 episodes of Aquaman.
All 65 episodes of The Batman.
All 85 episodes of Batman: The Animated Series.
All 52 episodes of Batman Beyond.
All 65 episodes of Batman: The Brave and the Bold.
All 34 episodes of The Batman/Superman Hour.
All 26 episodes of Beware the Batman.
All 16 episodes of Challenge of the Superfriends.
Both episodes of Constantine: City of Demons.
All 8 episodes of DC Super Hero Girls.
All 12 episodes of Freedom Fighters: The Ray.
All 26 episodes of Green Lantern: The Animated Series.
All 52 episodes of Justice League.
All 52 episodes of Justice League Action.
All 3 episodes of Justice League: Gods and Monsters Chronicles.
All 39 episodes of Justice League Unlimited.
All 14 episodes of The Kid Super Power Hour with Shazam!
All 39 episodes of Krypto the Superdog.
All 26 episodes of Legion of Super Heroes.
All 16 episodes of The New Adventures of Batman.
All 68 episodes of The New Adventures of Superman.
All 24 episodes of The New Batman Adventures.
All 130 episodes of The Plastic Man Comedy/Adventure Show.
All 52 episodes of Static Shock.
All 109 episodes of Super Friends (1973).
All 22 episodes of Super Friends (1980).
All 8 episodes of Super Friends: The Legendary Super Powers Show.
All 10 episodes of The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians.
All 13 episodes of Superman (1988).
All 54 episodes of Superman: The Animated Series.
All 36 episodes of The Superman/Aquaman Hour of Adventure.
All 5 episodes of Swamp Thing.
All 65 episodes of Teen Titans.
All 236 episodes of Teen Titans Go!.
All 12 episodes of Vixen.
All 13 episodes of WildC.A.T.S.
All 8 episodes of The World’s Greatest Superfriends.
All 59 episodes of Young Justice.
All 26 episodes of The Zeta Project.
Marvel Animated TV series:
All 126 episodes of Avengers Assemble.
All 52 episodes of The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes.
All 13 episodes of The Avengers: United They Stand.
All 22 episodes of Big Hero 6: The Series.
All 6 episodes of Black Panther.
All 20 episodes of Fantastic Four (1967).
All 13 episodes of Fantastic Four (1978).
All 26 episodes of Fantastic Four (1994).
All 26 episodes of Fantastic Four: World’s Greatest Heroes.
All 13 episodes of Fred and Barney Meet the Thing.
All 64 episodes of Guardians of the Galaxy.
All 52 episodes of Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.
All 13 episodes of The Incredible Hulk (1982).
All 21 episodes of The Incredible Hulk (1996).
All 26 episodes of Iron Man.
All 52 episodes of Iron Man: Armored Adventures.
All 48 episodes of all four Marvel Anime series: Blade, Iron Man, Wolverine and X-Men.
All 51 episodes of Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers.
All 52 episodes of Marvel Future Avengers.
All 30 episodes of Marvel Super Hero Adventures.
All 65 episodes of The Marvel Superheroes.
All 53 episodes of Men in Black: The Series.
All 13 episodes of Silver Surfer.
The Solarman pilot.
All 26 episodes of The Spectacular Spider-Man.
All 52 episodes of Spider-Man (1967).
All 26 episodes of Spider-Man (1981).
All 65 episodes of Spider-Man (1994).
All 38 episodes of Spider-Man (2017).
All 13 episodes of Spider-Man: The New Animated Series.
All 13 episodes of Spider-Man Unlimited.
All 24 Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends.
All 16 episodes of Spider-Woman.
All 52 episodes of The Super Hero Squad Show.
All 4 episodes of Thor & Loki: Blood Brothers.
All 104 episodes of Ultimate Spider-Man.
All 13 episodes of Ultraforce.
All 26 episodes of Wolverine and the X-Men.
All 76 episodes of X-Men.
All 52 episodes of X-Men: Evolution.
The X-Men: Pryde of the X-Men pilot.
How long do you think it would take to watch all of the above? A decade? Would it even be possible at all? Could you/would you be willing to do it? Is your sphincter clenching at the mere thought? Would this be perhaps just a wee bit too much Marvel and DC even for the most hardcore of fanboys?
(Also, though I tried to be as thorough as I could in compiling this, if there’s anything I’ve left out, please inform me so I can add it).
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Step by Step Instructions how to register/claim your EOS Tokens using TREZOR Hardware Wallet

Here it is… a follow-up instruction how I managed to register my EOS via MyEtherWallet and using the Trezor hardware wallet. BTW… EOS I bought from the Binance Exchange (recommended). Here is what you should do:
Hope I was clear and will be helpful for others who had same problem like I had.
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Telegram vs Zentalk

Telegram vs Zentalk

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Just before thousands of protesters in Hong Kong formed a large human chain around the city, panic spread in a popular Hong Kong online forum. The reason: users reported a feature of the messenger app TELEGRAM, which threatens privacy — which in this case represents a real danger. The users had hoped to be able to chat completely anonymously via the app. The case shows once again that Telegram is not quite as sure as many of the app promise.
The problem concerns the group chats of Telegram. These group entertainments are of great importance to the decentralized protest movement. The special feature of the group function of Telegram: Users can join groups and chat there under a pseudonym, without others being able to recognize their phone number or their real name. Other messengers such as Signal or WhatsApp will always show their members their own phone number.
But the Hong Kong activists had discovered that attackers could also find out the phone numbers of unknown members of a telegram group. To do this, an attacker would only have to take three steps. First, the attacker would have to synchronize a phone book with the phone numbers of potential targets with his telegram account. This is possible with just a few clicks. Afterward, the attacker joins the group whose members he wants to spy on, where he is then shown the phone numbers of all users who are in his phone book. The attack works on both current Apple phones as well as smartphones with Android operating systems.
Details of the protection mechanism Telegram did not explain further, however, confirmed that it was in principle possible to import thousands of phone numbers simultaneously with a telegram account.
The protesters run the risk of being unmasked by undercover investigators
To protect themselves from being unmasked in the groups by covert investigators, demonstrators had been exchanging clues on how to use Telegram safely since the protests began. One of the many shared tips should protect against the now reported attack: In the privacy settings of the app you had to call for the sub-item phone number. Under the heading “Who can see my phone number” you can select the option “Nobody”.
However, the attack scenario now discussed among the demonstrators shows that this option does not completely protect your own telephone number. In fact, directly below the privacy setting, even in smaller letters, users who already know the phone number of a chat partner can see it, even if the user option is None. But that had been generally overlooked. This is shown by the fearful comments with which the activists commented on the report in the forum. Hardly anyone has realized that their own number is just not completely protected by telegram.
No alternative insight
Also in the reports about Hong Kong is written over and over again over Telegram as “Krypto app” or as an encrypted messenger. Although this is basically correct but the group function is just not protected by the particularly secure end-to-end encryption. Where crypto is out there is not always crypto in there.
The reports in the Hong Kong Forum were soon reviewed by some of the more tech-savvy Hong Kong activists and confirmed with their own tests. Even the tech experts were previously unaware that the identity of activists in the groups could be revealed Chu Ka -Cheong reported in a conversation with the Süddeutsche Zeitung. “When we realized the privacy issue at Telegram, it plunged us into a dilemma,” she says.
Chu Ka-Cheong, like hundreds of thousands of citizens of the country, is participating in the demonstrations that have shaken the city in recent months. “We knew that Telegram was widespread among the demonstrators and that it could simultaneously leak phone numbers from the protesters,” says software developer Chu Ka-Cheong, recalling the dilemma she and other activists faced last week in Hong Kong stood. An alternative to Telegram, the protesters have not found until today. There are simply too many telegrams.
The news we read above is a big disadvantage and disappointment for Telegram. Because the biggest factor for people to use this application is security and anonymity, despite this great weakness persuaded people that Telegram is a completely unsafe platform. In the Telegram application, you will see this under Privacy settings. Who can see my phone number? And you can comfortably choose “Nobody”, thinking it will be completely confidential. But these events have shown that this is not safe and even though you think you’re hiding your number, It’s not difficult to take over by the attackers.
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CoQ10

I am 71 years old. The body's production of CoQ10 drops regularly with age. I cannot find the graph for age vs. CoQ10 production, which I have seen; perhaps someone else can find it. But the decline is very steady and starts around the age of 40.
Recently I was neglecting my supplementation of CoQ10 in the form of ubiquinol, and everything was going to shit. I kept thinking, "Hey, I'm fasting, everything is supposed to be getting better." And then I spied my bottle of ubiquinol on my kitchen counter and thought that I should try it again. What a difference!!!!! My sleep and pooping and even my will power immediately got better.
Anyone over the age of 50 should study CoQ10 and then probably be supplementing with ubiquinol. Anyone over the age of 60 should be supplementing with ubiquinol and then studying it. Everything gets better, even including fasting, when old people do ubiquinol.
I am no expert on the chemistry of CoQ10, but I know that it is very important for the functioning of the mitochondria, which means that it is going to help autophagy if you are deficient because of old age.
There are two forms of CoQ10 (that I know about.). Ubiquinone is the older and less effective and less expensive version. Don't bother. Ubiquinol is about 8 times better but it is much less than 8 times more expensive. Ubiquinol is produced by one and only one company and all of the various names and companies are just marketing BS. There is the label of "ubiquidone" or some such bullshit like that, but it is just a marketing ploy (read: lie) by scum-bags who usually sell ubiquinone trying to confuse people. Don't be confused. You want ubiquinol, and the cheapest price that I have seen is at Costco.com: https://www.costco.com/Qunol-Plus-Ubiquinol-200-mg.-with-Omega-3%2C-90-Softgels.product.100301666.html?catalogId=10701&langId=-1&storeId=10301&krypto=vlGocc76bMrdIKRal3HTchuK07kzihlcJjsVlQ6Gq5pBFRM28Z%2BNf1NY3DjxyMXcPs0ORgI2C1xM%0A3UOwv0tz%2B3MhMR3bWnEelNkae%2BHJkXk%3D
I got it at $7.00 off, but now it is the usual $34.99 price, which is still the cheapest price that I could find, and I am a very cheap guy, and proud of it.
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A Real-Life Code from the Cold War Era

I read this post about some american spying device buried near a soviet ammo depot in the former German Democratic Republic in 1989.
tl;dr: Device gathered seismological data caused by military transports to and from said depot, stored the data and sent it via short bursts to the US FLTsatcom-3 satellite once a week. Plan didn't work out, GDR's StaSi managed to trace these broadcasts and find and reverse-engineer the device.
The broadcasts were done on Sundays, although not at the exact same time. That's what the blog post is about: the guys trying to find out how to calculate the schedule given the times of the previous data bursts.
Now tbh, I don't think it's possible to do it that way. Not because I couldn't find a relation between the times but because I don't see a reason to implement a function in the device to compute its next transmission time. In my opinion, one would rather hardcode a schedule in the device' memory, but since the StaSi was able to predict the exact time of the next burst before they actually picked it up that's surely not how it was done.
So the only option I can think of is to have the next burst time encoded in the previous message. Unfortunately there's not much info to be found on the internet, but after a long search I finally found a snippet from a military magazine showing the binary data of a broadcast of a similar transmitter. The german article hasn't much further details besides this:
That's not much, but I'd really like to find something meaningful in this data, especially everything related to dates/times. Anyone interested?
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DC's Who's Who - Week 1 The Crimson Avenger! (And Wing)

Every week (hopefully) I'll be showcasing a different character from DC's rich history. Maybe it's one you know, maybe it's one you don't. Still, it'll hopefully be one you enjoy. Feel free to give me suggestions for any characters you would like to see profiled.
Thanks again, Doc
https://imgur.com/gallery/ojszOhP The Crimson Avenger + Wing + Crimson Avenger II + Crimson Avenger III Created by Jim Chambers
NAME + ALIASES: Lee Travis, aka "the Crimson"
KNOWN RELATIVES: Unnamed parents, Winston Smythe (godfather)
GROUP AFFILIATIONS: Seven Soldiers of Victory, All-Star Squadron
FIRST APPEARANCE: Detective Comics #20 (Oct. 1938) Second costume: Detective Comics #44 (Oct. 1940)
WING NAME + ALIASES: Wing How
KNOWN RELATIVES: Wing Ling (uncle)
GROUP AFFILIATIONS: Seven Soldiers of Victory, All-Star Squadron
FIRST APPEARANCE: Detective Comics #20 (Oct. 1938) In costume: World's Finest #4 (Winter 1941)
CRIMSON AVENGER II NAME + ALIASES: Albert Elwood
GROUP AFFILIATIONS: None
FIRST APPEARANCE: World's Finest Comics #131 (Feb. 1963)
CRIMSON AVENGER III NAME + ALIASES: Jill Carlisle
GROUP AFFILIATIONS: Justice Society of America
FIRST APPEARANCE: Justice Society of America v.3 #33
History Like many Golden Age heroes, the Crimson Avenger appeared fully formed and fightin'. "The Crimson," as he was called, was created by Jim Chambers and was National's (DC's) first masked hero — appearing four months after Superman, and four months earlier than the Batman.
The Crimson was styled after the contemporary hit radio hero, the Green Hornet, whose adventures began in Jan. 1936. Both characters were wealthy newspaper publishers and employed Asian chauffeurs (Wing, in the Crimson's case) adept at martial arts. In these early tales, Wing was often written using ethnic stereotypes that are considered offensive by today's audiences.
Clark Kent, writing a feature story for the Daily Planet on the fate of the Crimson Avenger, interviews the JSA, looking for more information on the Avenger's origins and the roots of the golden age of heroes.
The Crimson Avenger appeared only twice on the cover of Detective Comics, in issues #22 (Dec. 1938) and #34 (Dec. 1939); art by Jim Chambers. Imaged by Heritage Auctions. As super-heroes rose in popularity, the Crimson Avenger exchanged his suit, cape and hat for a more de rigueur uniform — colorful and skin-tight (Detective Comics #44, Oct. 1940). He and Wing then joined up with the Seven Soldiers of Victory in Leading Comics #1 (Winter 1941/1942).
The Crimson's feature in Detective Comics was terminated even before the Soldiers' run in Leading ended. With its issues cover dated Aug. 1944, National dropped its page counts from 60 to 52 and one super-hero from every anthology comic was canceled. The Crimson Avenger thus became a footnote in Golden Age history until the Seven Soldiers' revival in 1972.
Noir Knights
Travis finds enlightenment (and an inspirational symbol) in Nanda Parbat. From Golden Age Secret Files #1 (2001); art by Cliff Chiang.
Lee Travis' Halloween costume makes a date with destiny. From Secret Origins v.2 #5 (1986); art by Gene Colan and Mike Gustovich.
The Crimson's first printed caper, with Wing. From Detective Comics #20 (1938); art by Jim Chambers.
The Crimson's uses his signature gun, which emits a red sleeping gas. From Detective Comics #43 (1940); art by Jack Lehti.
A chance encounter with the Sandman and Hourman. From Sandman Mystery Theater #70 (1999); art by Guy Davis. Secret Origins Like most Golden Age creations, the Crimson Avenger was given little or no back-story. That would have to wait until 1986, when Roy Thomas wrote one for Secret Origins v.2 #5; he continued the story in a 4-issue Crimson Avenger limited series. Another account of his origin was told in Golden Age Secret Files (Feb. 2001), which added some significant details.
Lee Travis was born to a working class family whose fortunes were poor during the Great Depression. He was driven to fight, and during the first World War he lied about his age and volunteered. After surviving the war's traumas, he roamed the world and found his way to the sanctuary of Nanda Parbat in the Himalayas. Servants of its patroness, Rama Kushna, cared for him and taught him to pursue a path of compassion. One day during his meditation, Rama Kushna showed him the future — a vision of the great Superman, his career and death. He vowed that he would avenge Superman's death before it ever happened. When he left the mountain he found ten years had passed in only a few weeks. Later, in an interview with his own paper's Jonathan Law (later the Tarantula), the Crimson testified that his blood-red cloak was a reminder to the lawless that he was coming for them. (Golden Age Secret Files #1)
Lee's godfather, Winston Smythe, paid for the tuition to send him to school. But when Lee joined the Abraham Lincoln Brigade to help fight in the Spanish Civil War in 1936, Smythe threatened to withdraw his support. Despite this, Smythe left his fortune to Travis, which included a New York newspaper, the Globe-Leader.
On October 31, 1938, the 25-year-old Travis attended a Halloween masquerade, a charity ball for which he dressed as a "highway robber" — in a suit, hat, mask, and crimson capelet. The proceeds were intended for the relief of Hankow, China, which was the homeland of Lee's driver, Wing How. During the ball, guests tuned in to Orson Welles' "War of the Worlds" radio play. The guests' panic was exacerbated by an attack on the party by men dressed like Martians. Travis and Wing pursued the robbers and captured them but his friend, reporter Claudia Barker, was killed. Lee claimed her golden lighter, which read "qui vindicet ibit": the avenger will come. The phrase inspired Travis to continue crime fighting. In the papers, he became mysterious vigilante called "the Crimson." (Secret Origins v.2 #5) NOTE: Wing's last name was not revealed until Crimson Avenger #1 (June 1988).
In the continuity created after Crisis on Infinite Earths (1986), there was no Golden Age Superman or Batman in the DC Universe. This meant that other early heroes were promoted as having been "the first." Among DC's super-hero community, it was the Crimson Avenger who was regarded as the first costumed. (Golden Age Secret Files #1) NOTE: Technically, two other non-masked heroes debuted before him: Doctor Occult in New Fun Comics #6 (Oct. 1935); and Zatara in Action Comics #1 (June 1938). Also, this story, while honorable, was inconsistent with revised post-Crisis continuity, which had already moved the origins of the Flash and the Sandman. Those heroes began their careers earlier in 1938 than the Crimson Avenger's October debut. Perhaps the Avenger was simply the first prominently known vigilante.
Lee's godfather, Mr. Smythe, resurfaced as the "Chairman" of a group of war profiteers called the Dark Cross. Having undergone plastic surgery, Smythe eluded Lee, but not the Crimson. The trail to Smythe ran through a coveted Fabergé egg that held secret Japanese codes. The Crimson was led in the right direction by an anonymous tip about a meeting of the American Bund. (Crimson Avenger #1)
Lee found no meeting, but a dead body instead. The police converged on him and the Crimson was branded by the papers as a murderer. En route to San Francisco by train, the avenger stumbled upon the Dark Cross's experimental weapons. He kept one of them, a gun that expelled knockout gas. (#2) Back home in New York, Smythe enticed the Crimson and both of their identities were revealed. They met in the penthouse of Smythe's condemned building, where the Crimson took a bullet to the leg but Wing managed to blow up the building; Smythe was assumed dead. (#4)
Original Golden Age Tales The Crimson's earliest adventures in Detective Comics were allotted just four-to-six pages, so a lot of details were often summed up in the final two panels. The first concerned the crooked attorney Myron Block, who used his position to cover up his murder of the District Attorney. Newsman Lee Travis set out in a red cape, hat and domino mask, driven by his servant, Wing. (Detective Comics #20)
Travis thought nothing of taking his secretary, Miss Stevens, out to dinner, though she did not become a regular romantic interest (nor were there any others). (#21)
The police weren't keen on the Crimson's vigilante activities, and Lee's paper kept up appearances by running a $5000 reward for Crimson, dead or alive. It was a ruse to ferret out a leak in the police department who was tipping off crooks. (#22) The public regarded again him as a murderer when he was found on the scene of a dead cop. (#26)
The Crimson Avenger's foes were mostly unremarkable gangsters. He fought very few masked or costumed villains. One was King Cobra, who entranced men like zombies to do his bidding. (#23)
Detective Comics #27 marked the arrival of the Bat-Man, but the Crimson's adventures were minimally affected by the resulting wave of popularity for this kind of hero. The character's creator, Jim Chambers, exited the strip after Detective #29, moving onto work for Dell and Whitman Comics. It should have been the end of the character when the feature was replaced by "Buck Marshall, Range Detective" in issue #30. But when the editor decided to revive "The Crimson Avenger," in Detective Comics #37 (Mar. 1940) "Buck Marshall" was pulled in order to make room. The return episode was unsigned but the plot was the same: wealthy victims of kidnapping. Wing drove silently. (#37)
The Crimson's new artist was Jack Lehti, who began in Detective #38 (Apr. 1940; his art is dissimilar to that in #37). When the Avenger became a member of the Seven Soldiers of Victory, Lehti also drew the character's early chapters for Leading Comics. That feature ran in Leading Comics #1–14 (Winter 1941–Spring 1945).
Lehti's style was more engaging but the adventures (the writer is unknown) in Detective were a parade of 1930s serial plot devices: spies, society events, newspaper tips, mad scientists, remote shacks, waterfront smugglers, etc. Lehti's talent was best applied to his splash pages and in larger panel compositions, where the scenes were more detailed and deep. Wing often jumped in on the action, but remained mostly silent.
In June of 1939, the Crimson Avenger crossed paths with another early vigilante, the Sandman. (Sandman Mystery Theater #43) They met again, along with the Hourman, when all of them converged upon the same killer in the streets of New York. They were forced to work together until the cops shows up, then split for the shadows once more. (#69-70)
Keeping Up
Another example of DC Comics' prowess in multi-channel marketing. From Detective Comics #45 (1940); art by Jim Chambers.
Wing jumps into a compatible costume. From World's Finest Comics #4 (1941); art by Daly.
The Avenger can escape from anything! From Detective Comics #68 (1942); art by Jack Lehti.
The one-time appearance of the Crimson Avenger's flaming sword emblem. From Detective Comics #79 (1943); art by Pierce Rice.
Although the character of Wing showed promise, contemporary writers couldn't find their way past the habit of stereotyping. From Detective Comics #80 (1943); art by John Daly. An all-new Crimson debuted in the summer of 1940, when the hero donned a new skin-tight red-and-yellow costume. Without any fanfare, Lee asked Wing to fetch the costume, which also sported a cowl, a sun-like emblem, and (in the beginning) a cape. The stories remained the same; in this case it was a woman kidnapped by mad scientist. (#44) NOTES: By Detective #54 (Aug. 1941), the cape was mostly gone. Wing did not begin wearing his costume at this time. His origin in Golden Age Secret Files #1 (2001) showed that the inspiration for his chest emblem came from the bindi-like sun symbol worn by the servants of Rama Kushna.
Perhaps the new super-hero design made the Avenger more amenable to National's marketing efforts. The conclusion of another mad scientist story was capped by an ad for the "Daisy Superman Krypto-Raygun." In the story, Professor Crawford had created an "agita-pulverizo ray" that could destroy any material. (#45)
Over time, Wing began speaking in a more stereotypical manner, supposedly played for laughs. Their short adventures ranged across scenes like cattle ranches, (#50) Long Island (#51) the circus, (#52) and an aquarium. (#57)
Graduation Day for Wing The Crimson Avenger and Wing also appeared in the first five issues of World's Finest Comics (1941–42). Issue #4 was the first appearance of Wing in costume, which mirrored the Avenger's but had the colors reversed. On his chest was a Chinese-looking symbol instead of a starburst. (Research from the Grand Comics Database notes that World's Finest #4 was copyrighted on Nov. 10, 1941, and Detective #59 on Nov. 22.) The timing of this change coincides roughly with the debut of the Seven Soldiers of Victory in Leading Comics #1 (Winter 1941/1942). In that comic, the pair joined other costumed characters who worked in teams of two.
Wing's first costumed adventure was a battle against Methuselah, who visited old Phineas Carver with promise of immortality — for a price. With a ray machine, his customers were granted youth, but only temporarily. Methuselah then blackmailed them into doing crimes in exchange for more treatments. But when the ray was turned on its creator, it aged him irreversibly. (World's Finest Comics #4)
As Detective Comics began to shed some of its filler material and ads, features grew in length. The "Crimson Avenger" (as the full name was now more commonly spoken) now filled up to ten pages. In Wing's second appearance in costume, the pair foiled a bank robbery. (Detective Comics #59)
Despite the surge in super-heroes' popularity, the "Avenger" series never changed much from its original formula. Unlike the Batman, the Crimson had no repeating characters, but the strip certainly employed repeating motifs, mostly gangsters, and a stories that began with a considerable setup. Newsman Lee Travis did mimic another idea — scrappy newsboys. When the Midnight Menace (a cowboy in black) robbed the city, Lee enlisted his own legion of newsboys to alert him of the Menace's whereabouts. It was a rival publisher who was inventing sensations to cover. (#77) NOTE: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby's "Newsboy Legion" was the inspiration; that feature ran in Star-Spangled Comics #7–64 (1942–47).
At a torchlight parade, the Crimson Avenger joined Superman among the giant balloons on display. He and Wing were celebrated in the parade at the end. (#65)
When the United States entered the war, the Avenger fought some Nazis at sea. (#75)
Changing Gears Near the end of its run, Jack Lehti moved on to work for other publishers. After one fill-in, the strip was then drawn by John Daly. Many of these final "Crimson Avenger" stories gave Wing the spotlight.
Before Daly began, there was one anomalous story drawn by the capable Pierce Rice. In it, the Crimson and Wing dove into action against the Adder. At the moment of action, the Avenger's chest emblem changed to a flaming sword! The change was "produced by a special chemical" to strike panic into the hearts of the startled thugs. The sword emblem never appeared again. (#79)
Wing managed to stumble onto an irate German (a Nazi spy, naturally) at his Chinese friend's laundry. (#80) Lee even decided to send Wing on a reporting assignment, which got him kidnapped, (#81) and on another where jewels were stolen. (#84)
Travis met Wing's uncle, Wing Ling (who resembled the fictional Charlie Chan), who owned an antiques shop. Lee bought a music box from Ling that played a tune that opened a vessel for stolen jewels. (#87)
The pair's final Golden Age adventure involved the hooded Ghost Gang, who crashed a society event. (#89)
Whatever Happened to the Crimson Avenger?
The Oracle explains the Soldiers' encounter with the Nebula-Man. From Justice League of America #100 (1972); art by Dick Dillin and Joe Giella.
The Crimson Avenger gained powers but lost his memory in ancient Mexico. From Justice League of America #100 (1972); art by Dick Dillin and Joe Giella.
A post-Crisis depiction of the Soldiers. From Stars and S.T.R.I.P.E. #0 (1999); art by Chris Weston and John Stokes.
Wing's only appearance in the tale was in its final panel. From Justice League of America #102 (1972); art by Dick Dillin and Joe Giella.
The Crimson Avenger chooses sacrifice over illness. From DC Comics Presents #38 (1981); art by Alex Saviuk and Dennis Jensen. The Crimson Avenger and Wing passed into pop culture obscurity until 1972, when Len Wein and Dick Dillin reminded a new audience about the Seven Soldiers of Victory. Their tale in Justice League of America #100–102 (Aug. 1972) explained why the Soldiers had passed from public memory, and brought the heroes back to the present day (on Earth-Two). It was explained that the Seven Soldiers had all been forgotten after being flung across time...
The Crimson Avenger had kept in touch with the Soldiers sporadically after the war. In their final case the Soldiers' first foe, the Hand, figured out a way to summon a giant cosmic menace called the Nebula Man. It was defeated when the Seven Soldiers devised a weapon called the "nebula rod" that channeled cosmic energies. (Justice League of America #100)
But the weapon had to be delivered manually, so it was Wing who sacrificed himself to do it. Wing died and the energy discharge hurled the rest of the Soldiers into different points in the past. It also erased all memory of the Seven Soldiers of Victory from the inhabitants of Earth-Two. (#101-102)
The Crimson Avenger was rendered amnesiac and acquired energy powers, enabling him to become a king among the ancient Aztecs. He was rescued and returned to the 20th century by Doctor Fate, the Atom, and the Elongated Man. (#100)
Post-Crisis The Crisis on Infinite Earths (1986) removed the Golden Age Green Arrow and Speedy from DC continuity, so any retelling of the Soldiers' past needed new members to "get the total back up" to seven. Originally Wing had not been considered an official member of the Soldiers, but in post-Crisis revisions, such as Young All-Stars #27 (July 1989), writer Roy Thomas promoted Wing and Stuff the Chinatown Kid as substitutes.
The Justice League of America story was also revised for post-Crisis continuity by Geoff Johns in Stars and S.T.R.I.P.E. #9 (Apr. 2000). In the expanded tale, (another) post-Crisis member, the Spider, killed the Vigilante's friend, Billy Gunn. Gunn managed to tell Wing about the Spider's betrayal; Wing then delivered critical information to the team so they could complete the Nebula Rod and defeat the Nebula Man.
The resulting blast banished the Nebula Man but killed Wing, and scattered the rest of the team through time and space. Afterwards, the monks at a nearby monastery buried Wing. They marked his grave with a tombstone bearing the epitaph "Here in honored glory lies an Unknown Soldier of Victory who died that his world might live." (Stars and S.T.R.I.P.E. #9)
Decades Later The Crimson Avenger hung up his costume and traveled the world. While in Malaysia, Lee Travis learned that he was dying from an unknown disease. He returned to the U.S. and was admitted to a Detroit hospital. From his hospital window, Travis witnessed a ship hijacking on the Detroit River. Without hesitation, he donned his old Crimson Avenger costume and engaged the criminals. Unfortunately, the experimental chemicals on board caught fire. Aware that he had only a week to live, Lee sent the entire crew to safety and steered the vessel to a safe distance, where it exploded. (DC Comics Presents #38)
Two years after his death, the surviving members of the Seven Soldiers of Victory gathered to hold a memorial service at his grave site. (Infinity Inc. #11)
Neither the Crimson Avenger nor Wing left any known family or descendants.
The Crimson Avenger II Created by Bill Finger, Dick Sprang and Sheldon Moldoff
Inventor Albert Elwood becomes the Silver Age Crimson Avenger. From World's Finest Comics #131 (1963) art by Dick Sprang and Sheldon Moldoff. In the Silver Age of comics, super-heroes returned to popularity and DC revived some of its Golden Age properties in new ways. In World's Finest Comics #131 (Feb. 1963), the Superman/Batman team encountered a new hero called the Crimson Avenger.
This man was an inventor named Albert Elwood, who decided to use his skills to help fight crime. Elwood created a number of fantastic weapons and donned a flamboyant red costume. He intervened when Batman and Robin were trying to catch the Octopus Gang; as the Crimson Avenger he used a fire-gun and a device which created bubbles of force to contain the bandits. But when the criminals ducked, the bubbles smashed into Batman and Robin and the crooks escaped. The Avenger fared similarly in a meeting with Superman.
Elwood was captured by the Octopus Gang and rescued by the world's finest team. He vowed to hang up his costume and content himself with inventing.
Though this story took place on Earth-One, the Avenger made an curious remark: "I've taken the name of a former lawman — the Crimson Avenger!" One might argue that he'd read the original Avenger's adventures in the pages of comics books, something which was true of the Earth-One Flash and his Golden Age counterpart.
The second Crimson Avenger appeared only once.
Crimson Avenger III Created by Geoff Johns and Leonard Kirk
The mysterious new Crimson Avenger explains her situation. From JSA #53 (2002); art by Leonard Kirk and Keith Champagne.
From JSA #37 (2002); art by Leonard Kirk and Keith Champagne.
When confronted with the irony of her position, the Crimson chooses death. From JSA #53 (2003); art by Don Kramer and Keith Champagne.
When confronted with the irony of her position, the Crimson chooses death. From JSA #73 (2005); art by Don Kramer and Keith Champagne.
This random card from the Legion of Super-Heroes set listed the Avenger's secret identity: Jill Carlyle. From card number DLS-195 (2006); art by Ray Lago. At the conclusion of Stars & S.T.R.I.P.E. #9 (Apr. 2000, the final issue), writer Geoff Johns foreshadowed the coming of a new Crimson Avenger. This person appeared in shadow and appeared to be male. Alongside other cameos, the appearance was clearly meant to presage the reformation of a new Seven Soldiers of Victory.
This Avenger never appeared again, but when Johns became the writer for JSA, he created a different Crimson Avenger, an African-American woman. In comics, this woman's name was never mentioned, but it was listed on a trading card from the 2006 Legion of Super-Heroes set of VS System games. Card number DLS-195 gives the Crimson Avenger's name as Jill Carlyle.
Very little was revealed about her origins. She had been a lawyer, and in one of her cases a murderer walked free. When she came across two guns belonging to Lee Travis, she was possessed by their supernatural power. She used them to kill the murderer, and was then compelled to take vengeance for other victims. (JSA #53)
The newest Crimson Avenger (III) first appeared after the Ultra-Humanite had taken possession of the genie called Thunderbolt and overrun the world. He also commanded Earth's strongest heroes. The Avenger joined the Justice Society's Sand, who helped lead a group of rebels to oppose Ultra. (JSA #33)
This makeshift JSA managed to free all the Humanite's captive heroes. During the battle, the Avenger revealed that she was bent on avenging Lee Travis' death. The now-supernatural guns required persuasion, fired by themselves, and only when warranted. (#35) She later clarified that Travis' death in that explosion was the fault of the Ultra-Humanite. When the Ultra-Humanite's brain was removed from its host, the Crimson Avenger destroyed it, then disappeared in a red mist. (#37)
Her next victim was the Justice Society's Wildcat, whom she stalked briefly (#45) before condemning the hero for the death of Charles Durham. Durham, she claimed, was framed for murder by Wildcat, and subsequently executed. (#52) Wildcat managed to explain his situation and force the Crimson Avenger to question her motivation and the source of her powers. She was driven mad and tried to kill herself, but her strange powers would not allow it, and she was spirited away again, inside a red cloud. (#53)
When the Spectre returned to Earth on a mission to eradicate all magical and supernatural powers, he struck the Crimson Avenger. Her actual death was not shown, but the Spectre did terminate other magic-based individuals. (#73)
Wing was an adept martial artist and could pilot a plane to, as they investigate.
Appearances + References » FEATURED APPEARANCES: Crimson Avenger I, pre-Crisis: Adventure Comics #438, 440, 443 All-Star Squadron #31-32, 53, 59 All-Star Squadron #60, 64 DC Comics Presents #38 Justice League of America v.1 #100, 102 Post-Crisis:
DC Universe: Legacies #1, 2 Golden Age Secret Files #1 Sandman Mystery Theatre #43, 69, 70 Secret Origins v. 2 #5, 7 Stars and S.T.R.I.P.E. #9 Young All-Stars #3, 9, 27, Annual #1 Crimson Avenger III:
JSA #33-37, 45, 52, 53, 73
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Währungsrechner: Wechselkurse für 160 Währungspaare zu aktuellen und historischen Kursen. Unser Währungsrechner bietet die kostenlose Umrechnung von Devisenkursen. Krakonoš těžil krypto díky cracknutým hrám. Crackonosh: Avast objevil český vir. Krakonoš těžil krypto díky cracknutým hrám Sdílet Sdílejte na Facebooku Sdílejte na Twitteru 10 nových názorů. Jan Sedlák 24. 6. 2021 Analytici z Avastu popsali malware, který dostal jméno Crackonosh. Jde o slovní hříčku kombinující české slovo Krakonoš a slovo crack. Malware se Plus500 ist einer der größten Krypto CFD Broker weltweit und bietet den Handel von Kryptowährungen mit Hebelprodukten an. (76.4% der CFD-Kleinanlegerkonten verlieren Geld) Zoom. 1 St 1 T 1 W 1 M 1 J Alles. Ethereum Classic Allzeithoch. Preis. 64.12 $ Preisänderung-1.03 (-1.58%) Allzeithoch. 167.09 $ Allzeithoch Datum . 06.05.2021. Tage seit Allzeithoch. 115. Prozent vom Allzeithoch. 38.37 Bitcoin kaufen – Die wichtigste Kryptowährung. Bitcoin (BTC) ist die bekannteste Kryptowährung überhaupt und nach wie vor mit Abstand die wichtigste. Bezüglich Marktkapitalisierung liegt Bitcoin deutlich vor der Konkurrenz, auch in puncto Wertentwicklung kann keine andere Digitalwährung Bitcoin das Wasser reichen: Mit annähernd 140 Milliarden US-Dollar liegt die Marktkapitalisierung Der Handel an den Krypto-Börsen erfolgt automa­tisiert. Die Trades auf einem Markt­platz werden hin­gegen manuell abgewickelt, Sie müssen also selbst nach einem passenden Angebot suchen. Die her­kömmlichen Währungen US-Dollar oder Euro können an den Krypto-Börsen gegen Bitcoins oder andere Internetwährungen getauscht werden.

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