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My silver lab Krypto struggling to stay awake as a puppy

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That time Superboy went blind

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Recommendation Guide For Superman & Lois Fans

I’ve been really impressed by this series. As a Superman fan, it’s the exact thing I could’ve hoped for. I literally made a post asking for something like this to happen, as a spiritual successor to Smallville - which was the live action Superman defining story I grew up with.
However, I also know that several people here aren’t as familiar with the mythos, and that’s ok! I’m happy newcomers are enjoying something that I personally don’t feel has been represented well in pop culture in some time now. With all the Superman content that exists, I thought I might make a recommendation guide for anyone curious to dive in deeper. Here is a list of show episodes, movies, and comics that fall in line with the tone and heart of Superman & Lois. I guarantee you’ll enjoy these.
If you’re a Superman fan and haven’t seen these, you need to check them out. (This list is in no particular order.)
Supergirl - Midvale (Season 3, Episode 6) on Netflix
The CW’s Supergirl is technically in continuity with the show, even though it’s not felt very connected. The Supergirl series is a mixed bag that’s gotten progressively worse as time has gone on with its writing and action. However, “Midvale” is a standalone episode that can easily be watched without having ever seen the show. In fact, the main cast isn’t even in the episode for most of it. This episode takes inspiration from Smallville, recasting Kara as she’s back in high school and learning about her powers. It’s great, and I wish the entire show was just this premise.
Titans - Conner (Season 2, Episode 6) on HBO Max
Similarly, this is an episode of Titans which can be watched on its own. The series is also a mixed bag, but the casting is excellent and the budget allows for some solid action and direction (sometimes). While this takes place outside of the CW’s Earth-Prime continuity, it covers Superboy’s backstory. The tone feels like a darker version of Smallville, and definitely takes inspiration - even some of the powers’ sound effects are reused. Conner (soon-to-be Kent) has escaped from Cadmus Lab where he was experimented on with Krypto (the super dog!), and he’s on the run while having no idea who he is. Along the way, he learns about his powers, and it’s executed beautifully. I’d also recommend this to Man of Steel fans.
Smallville - Seasons 1-3, Lexmas (Season 5, Episode 9), Homecoming (Season 10, Episode 4) on Hulu
Obviously, Smallville has to be on this list. But, not all of Smallville is great. There are 10 seasons, and I’m not going to pretend like anyone will binge the show who hasn’t already. If you’re going to watch it, I’d recommend the first three season as the most. They have the most heart and really get at the “coming of age” premise that Superman & Lois is replicating. Otherwise, I’d suggest giving these few episodes a watch. Lexmas is a Christmas episode I watch every year, obviously focused on Lex Luthor who is excellently played by Michael Rosenbaum. The episode is a loose adaptation of A Christmas Carol as he has the choice to decide between being Scrooge or a hero. Secondly, Homecoming is a fun tribute episode to the show’s earlier seasons, as Clark revisits his high school and has a glimpse into the Superman he becomes in a few years’ time.
The Last Son of Krypton - more info here
Last year before we had anything like Superman & Lois, a passionate fan who grew up with Smallville made a 5+ hour long fan-edited version of the show that combined it primarily with Man of Steel (and some other movies). He created new VFX shots, added Smallville actors into MoS footage, and so much more. SouperboyX managed to create something more true to the character than the studio had. He took the heart of Smallville, with its wide range of Superman origin storylines, and combined it with the epic action and third act finale of Man of Steel. And that’s basically want Superman & Lois is doing. So, I promise you’ll love this. Here’s a trailer.
Superman: The Movie on HBO Max
It goes without saying. This is a package deal with its sequel. They’re like what Paddington is to modern audiences back in the 70s.
Superman II on HBO Max
Superman: For All Seasons
This book is in the top 2 best Superman stories. It’s all heart. Superman & Lois has referenced it a few times already. ("My mom made it for me!" is directly lifted.) Fantastic art by Tim Sale with a very human story by Jeph Loeb. Half of it takes place in Smallville and shows Clark’s roots.
All-Star Superman
Lastly, the best Superman story ever written. It’s a love letter that doesn’t shy away from the best aspects of the character. The colorful pop of the Silver Age, with a fantastical tone that nothing in modern comics compares to. The emotional core of The Iron Giant with the epic scale of folklore about the Greek gods, Grant Morrison and Frank Quietly’s work on Superman is unmatched. If you look into anything on this list, make All-Star the priority.
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Phantom Zone Study FINAL REPORT

Overview

This is a result of all 10 Phantom Zone (PZ) Studies conducted from June 2020 - April 2021. I have attempted to condense all of that information into this one single post which may look deceptively simple; it is the result of analyzing and sifting through all the RAW DATA and extracting the essence of it all. After all, I'm sure people are only really interested in the conclusions of a post that exceeds the 40,000 character limit (yes, thanks to this project I learned the very limits of a Reddit post).
The first section of the post is a list of all confirmed drops as reported by members of InjusticeMobile. Once again, it is not an exhaustive list as these cards are simply what you guys have shared and I will be adding 'new' findings to the list as reported in the future. The second section will comprise of conclusions and grand averages calculated from all 10 PZ studies.

List of rewards

ALL ELITE crystals
All 6 Metal cards + Gold cards listed below:
  1. Aquaman/Prime
  2. Bane/Arkham Origins
  3. Bane/Luchador
  4. Bane/Prime
  5. Batman/Arkham Knight
  6. Batman/Blackest Night
  7. Batman/Red Son
  8. Batman Beyond/Animated
  9. Catwoman/Ame-Comi
  10. Deathstroke/Arkham Origins
  11. Doomsday/Prime
  12. Green Arrow/Arrow
  13. Green Lantern/Red Son
  14. Hal Jordan/Red Lantern
  15. Hal Jordan/Yellow Lantern
  16. Harley Quinn/Arkham Knight
  17. Hawkgirl/Earth 2
  18. Hawkgirl/Regime
  19. Killer Croc/Arkham
  20. Killer Frost/Prime
  21. Killer Frost/Regime
  22. Lobo/Bounty Hunter
  23. Lobo/Prime
  24. Martian ManhunteBlackest Night
  25. Nightwing/New 52
  26. Raven/Prime
  27. Reverse Flash
  28. Scorpion/Mortal Kombat X
  29. Sinestro/Antimatter
  30. Solomon Grundy/Boss
  31. Static/Prime
  32. Superman/Godfall
  33. Superman/Injustice 2
  34. The Arkham Knight/Arkham Knight
  35. The Flash/Metahuman
  36. Wonder Woman/Dawn of Justice
  37. Wonder Woman/Red Son
  38. Wonder Woman/Regime
  39. Zatanna/Prime
Elite individual crystal rewards (1%)
  1. Bane/Luchador
  2. Bane/Prime
  3. Batman/Blackest Night
  4. Batman/Prime
  5. Batman/Arkham Knight
  6. Batman Beyond/Animated
  7. Black Adam/Regime
  8. Catwoman/Batman Returns
  9. Cyborg/Teen Titans
  10. Deathstroke/Arkham Origins
  11. Doomsday/Containment
  12. Hal Jordan/Red Lantern
  13. Harley Quinn/Animated
  14. Harley Quinn/Arkham Knight
  15. Killer Frost/Regime
  16. Lex LuthoKrypto
  17. Martian ManhuntePrime
  18. Nightwing/New 52
  19. Reverse Flash
  20. Scorpion/Mortal Kombat
  21. Sinestro/Green Lantern
  22. Solomon Grundy/Boss
  23. Solomon Grundy/Red Son
  24. Superman/Godfall
  25. Superman/Man of Steel
  26. Superman/Regime
  27. The Arkham Knight/Arkham Knight
  28. The Flash/Elseworld
  29. The JokeInsurgency
  30. The JokeThe Killing Joke
  31. Wonder Woman/600
  32. Wonder Woman/Dawn of Justice
  33. Wonder Woman/Red Son
  34. Wonder Woman/Regime

ALL VETERAN crystals
All 6 Metal cards + Gold cards listed below:
  1. Aquaman/Prime
  2. Aquaman/Regime
  3. Bane/Arkham Origins
  4. Bane/Luchador
  5. Bane/Prime
  6. Batgirl/Prime
  7. Batman/Arkham Knight
  8. Batman/Arkham Origins
  9. Batman/Beyond
  10. Batman/Blackest Night
  11. Batman/Insurgency
  12. Batman/Prime
  13. Batman/Red Son
  14. Batman Beyond/Animated
  15. Black Adam/Regime
  16. Catwoman/Ame-Comi
  17. Catwoman/Batman Returns
  18. Cyborg/Teen Titans
  19. Darkseid/Prime
  20. Deadshot/Arkham Origins
  21. Deathstroke/Arkham Origins
  22. Doomsday/Containment
  23. Doomsday/Prime
  24. General Zod/Man of Steel
  25. Green Arrow/Arrow
  26. Green Arrow/Rebirth
  27. Green Lantern/John Stewart
  28. Hal Jordan/Red Lantern
  29. Harley Quinn/Animated
  30. Harley Quinn/Arkham Knight
  31. Hawkgirl/Earth 2
  32. Hawkgirl/Regime
  33. Killer Frost/Prime
  34. Killer Frost/Regime
  35. Lex LuthoKrypto
  36. Lobo/Bounty Hunter
  37. Lobo/Prime
  38. Martian ManhunteBlackest Night
  39. Martian ManhuntePrime
  40. Nightwing/New 52
  41. Raven/Prime
  42. Reverse Flash
  43. Scorpion/Klassic
  44. Scorpion/Mortal Kombat
  45. Scorpion/Mortal Kombat X
  46. Shazam/Prime
  47. Sinestro/Green Lantern
  48. Solomon Grundy/Boss
  49. Solomon Grundy/Red Son
  50. Static/Prime
  51. Superman/Godfall
  52. Superman/Injustice 2
  53. Superman/Man of Steel
  54. Superman/Prime
  55. Superman/Prison
  56. Superman/Red Son
  57. Superman/Regime
  58. The Arkham Knight/Arkham Knight
  59. The Flash/Elseworld
  60. The Flash/Metahuman
  61. The JokeInsurgency
  62. The JokeSuicide Squad
  63. The JokeThe Killing Joke
  64. Wonder Woman/600
  65. Wonder Woman/Red Son
  66. Wonder Woman/Regime
  67. Zatanna/Prime
  68. Zod/Prime
Veteran individual crystal rewards (1%)
  1. Black Adam/Prime
  2. Green Lantern/Regime

ALL TRAINEE crystals
All 6 Metal cards + Bronze or Silver cards listed below:
  1. Bane/Knightfall
  2. Cyborg/Prime
  3. Deathstroke/Prime
  4. Lex LuthoPrime
  5. Solomon Grundy/Regime
  6. The Flash/Regime

MIXED crystals
Majority Elite
All 6 Metal cards + Gold cards listed below:
  1. Bane/Luchador
  2. Batman/Arkham Origins
  3. Batman/Blackest Night
  4. Batman/Red Son
  5. Deathstroke/Arkham Origins
  6. Hal Jordan/Red Lantern
  7. Killer Croc/Arkham
  8. Killer Frost/Regime
  9. Lobo/Bounty Hunter
  10. Scorpion/Mortal Kombat X
  11. Sinestro/Antimatter
  12. Superman/Injustice 2
  13. Wonder Woman/Dawn of Justice
  14. Zatanna/Prime
Majority Veteran
All 6 Metal cards + Gold cards listed below:
  1. Bane/Luchador
  2. Bane/Prime
  3. Batman/Arkham Origins
  4. Batman/Beyond
  5. Deathstroke/Arkham Origins
  6. Hal Jordan/Red Lantern
  7. Lex LuthoKrypto
  8. Lobo/Bounty Hunter
  9. Lobo/Prime
  10. Hawkgirl/Regime
  11. Raven/Prime
  12. Reverse Flash
  13. Scorpion/Mortal Kombat
  14. Sinestro/Green Lantern
  15. Superman/Regime
  16. Wonder Woman/Regime
Majority Trainee
All 6 Metal cards + cards listed below:
  1. Catwoman/Regime
  2. Cyborg/Prime
  3. Green Arrow/Rebirth
Evenly Mixed (Any 2/2/1 combination)
All 6 Metal cards + cards listed below:
  1. Doomsday/Containment

Final Conclusions

All Elite crystals All Veteran crystals
Metal drop rate 31.9% 20.6%
Gold drop rate 68.1% 78.9%

Amount Average per individual crystal
Nth Metal 559 37
Valorium Alloy 5,695 380

Acknowledgement

I have many people to thank in this subreddit for the crowdsourcing of information, but would give special mention to u/Nihon_Hanguk for carrying out Studies 6, 7, 8 and 9 in my relative absence. I'd also like to thank u/LonelyRecruiter for contributing a significant portion of data in the all Veteran rewards list. Still, I cannot stress enough that this was a team effort and none of this would have been possible without all of your participation, so thank you!
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Need a bit of advice

First off im right before the fight when Zongazonga is in Ruperts body i tried once but was crushed my team is rank 14 trex rank 14 machai and rank 16 Sungari my sungari has 99 point silver fossil head trex and machai have no silver fossil and I want to change that preferably id like a silver body for sungari and machai for defense do they might live one more hit against long ranges vivos and a golden head for trex so it can super evolve(i havent messed with this mechanic but being on this subreddit and seeing ruperts super evo krypto I think it's a thing?) so any advice for where to grind silver and gold fossils would be a huge help.
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LEGO Marvel x DC video game idea

CHARACTERS:
A-Bomb
Abomination
Absorbing Man
Ace the Bat-Hound
Adam Strange
Adam Warlock
Adam West
Agent 13
Agent Coulson
Agent Venom
A.I.M. Agent
Aleta Ogord
Alex Wilder
Alfred
Amanda Waller
Ambush Bug
America Chavez
Ancient One
Ant-Man
Anti-Monitor
Aqualad
Aquaman
Aracnido Jr.
Arizona Girl
Arnim Zola
Archangel
Ares
Arkillo
Arsenal
Atom
Atomica
Atrocitus
Attuma
Aunt May
Ayesha
B’dg
Bane
Baron Zemo
Bat-Cow
Bat-Mite
Batgirl
Batman
Batman Beyond
Batman of Zur-En-Arrh
Batwoman
Batzarro
Beast
Beast Boy
Beetle
Beta Ray Bill
Big Barda
Bizarra
Bizarro
Black Adam
Black Bolt
Black Canary
Black Cat
Black Hand
Black Knight
Black Manta
Black Panther
Black Widow
Blade
Bleeze
Blight
Blue Beetle
Blue Marvel
Blob
Bonk
Booster Gold
Bowman
Brainiac
Brainiac Minion
Bronze Tiger
Bruce Banner
Bruce Wayne
Bullseye
Calendar Man
Cap-Wolf
Captain America
Captain America 2099
Captain Avalon
Captain Boomerang
Captain Britain
Captain Cold
Captain Corbett
Captain Marvel
Carnage
Carnom
Catwoman
Chang Tzu
Charlie-27
Chase Stein
Cheetah
Chesire
Chipmunk Hunk
Clark Kent
Clayface
Clea
Cloak
Clock King
Collector
Colleen Wing
Colossus
Commissioner Gordon
Composite Superman
Conan O'Brien
Condiment King
Copperhead
Cosmo the Spacedog
Count Vertigo
Creeper
Crimson Dynamo
Croc Henchman
Crystal
Cull Obsidian
Cyborg
Cyborg Superman
Cyclops
Cyzarro
Dagger
Damage Control
Daredevil
Dark Phoenix
Darkhawk
Darkseid
Darkstar
Deadpool
Deadshot
Deathstorm
Deathstroke
DeSaad
Destroyer
Detective Chimp
Devil Dinosaur
Dex-Starr
Doctor Doom
Doctor Fate
Doctor Light
Doctor Octopus
Doctor Poison
Doctor Strange
Donna Troy
Doombot
Doombot V-Series
Doomsday
Dormammu
Drax the Destroyer
Ebony Maw
Eclipso
Egghead
Ego the Living Planet
El Diablo
Electro
Electro 2099
Elektra
Emma Frost
Eradicator
Etrigan
Everett Ross
Extremis Soldier
Falcon
Fandral
Faora
Felicity Smoak
Felix Faust
Fing Fang Foom
Firefly
Firestorm
Flash
Forbush Man
Frankenstein
Frost Giant
Galactus
Gambit
Gamora
General Ross
General Zod
Gentleman Ghost
Geoff Johns
Gertrude Yorkes
Ghost
Ghost Rider
Giant Man
Giganta
Gizmo
Golden Glider
Gorilla-Man
Gorilla Grodd
Gorgon
Grail
Grandmaster
Granny Goodness
Gray Ghost
Green Arrow
Green Goblin
Green Lantern
Green Loontern
Greenskyn Smashtroll
Grid
Groot
Gwen Stacy
Gwenpool
Hammerhead
Harley Quinn
Havok
Hawkeye
Hawkgirl
Hawkman
Heat Wave
Heimdall
Hela
Hellcow
H.E.R.B.I.E.
Hit-Monkey
Hobgoblin
Hogun
Horus
Howard the Duck
Hugo Strange
Hulk
Hulkling
Human Torch
Human Robot
Huntress
Hush
Hydra Agent
Iceman
Indigo-1
Indigo Tribe Warrior
Inferno
Inque
Invisible Woman
Ironheart
Iron Fist
Iron Man
Iron Patriot
Island Goon
J. Jonah Jameson
Jane Foster
Jean Grey
Jessica Cruz
Jimmy Woo
John Stewart
Juggernaut
John Diggle
Jim Lee
Jinx
Joe Quesada
Johnny Quick
Joker
Joker Clown Henchman
Joker Mime Henchman
Joker Space Henchman
Jor-El
Kalibak
Kang the Conqueror
Kang Minion
Kanto
Karnak
Karolina Dean
Katana
Kelex
Kevin Smith
Kid Colt
Kid Flash
Killer Croc
Killer Frost
Killer Moth
Killmonger
Kilowog
King Arthur Pendragon
King Shark
Kingpin
Kingpin Henchman
Kite-Man
Klarion
Klaw
Koi Boi
Korvac
Kraglin
Kraven the Hunter
Kronan Warrior
Krypto the Superdog
Kurse
Lady Liberty
Lady Shiva
Lara Lor-Van
Larfleeze
Lashina
Laufey
Leader
Lexbot
Lex Luthor
Livewire
Living Mummy
Living Totem
Lizard
Lobo
Lockjaw
Loki
Lois Lane
Mad Harriet
Mad Hatter
Madame Hydra
Maestro
Magneto
Magneto Acolyte
Major Astro
Malcolm Merlyn
Malekith
Mammoth
Man-Ape
Man-Bat
Man-Thing
Manchester Black
Mandarin
Mantis
Maria Hill
Martian Manhunter
Martinex
Mary Jane Watson
Mastermind
Maximus
Mazahs
Medusa
Mera
Mercy Graves
Merlin
Metallo
Militant
Mindless One
Mini Sentinel
Mirror Master
Miss Martian
Mister Fantastic
Mister Freeze
Mister Miracle
Mister Mxyzptlk
Mister Negative
Misty Knight
M.O.D.A.M.
M.O.D.O.K.
Molly Hayes
Mongul
Moon Girl
Moon Knight
Monsieur Mallah
Morbius
Mordo
Morgan Le Fay
Ms. Marvel
Mummy Bodyguard
Mysterio
Mystique
Music Meister
Nakia
Nebula
Nick Fury
Nico Minoru
Nightmare
Nightwing
Nikki
Nova
Nova Prime
Odin
Okoye
Old Lace
OMAC Operative
Orange Construct Warrior
Orion
Other
Owlman
Parasite
Penguin
Pepper Potts
Phantom Rider
Phoenix
Plastic Man
Platinum
Poison Ivy
Polaris
Policeman
Polka-Dot Man
Power Girl
Power Man
Power Ring
Presence
Professor X
Psimon
Psycho-Pirate
Psylocke
Punisher
Pyro
Quake
Question
Quicksilver
Ra’s al Ghul
Ragnarok
Ravager
Raven
Ravonna
Rawhide Kid
Reach Warrior
Red Guardian
Red Hood
Red Hulk
Red King
Red Lantern Warrior
Red Robin
Red She-Hulk
Red Skull
Red Tornado
Red Wolf
Rescue
Reverse-Flash
Rhino
Rick Jones
Riddler
Riddler Goon
Robin
Rocket Raccoon
Ronan the Accuser
Roxxon Agent
Roy Harper
Sabretooth
Saint Walker
Sandman
Sandman Goon
Scarecrow
Scarlet Spider
Scarlet Witch
Scorpion
Sea King
S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent
S.W.A.T. Team Member
Shade
Shazam
She-Hulk
Shocker
Shroud
Shuri
Sif
Silk
Silver Banshee
Silver Samurai
Silver Surfer
Silvermane
Simon Baz
Sinestro
Sinestro Corps Warrior
Skaar
Solomon Grundy
Solovar
Songbird
Sparky
Spider-Ham
Spider-Gwen
Spider-Man
Spider-Man 2099
Spider-Man Noir
Spider-UK
Spider-Woman
Spoiler
Squirrel Girl
Stakar Ogord
Stan Lee
Star-Lord
Star Sapphire
Starfire
Stargirl
Starhawk
Steel Serpent
Steppenwolf
Stinger
Stingray
Stompa
Storm
Super-Adaptoid
Super-Skrull
Superboy
Supergiant
Supergirl
Superior Spider-Man
Superman
Superwoman
Surtur
Swamp Thing
Symbiote Scientist
Tactical Force
Talon
Taserface
Taskmaster
Terminatrix
Terra
Thanos
Thing
Thor
Throg
Thunderer
Tim Drake
Tinkerer
Toad
Tony Stark
Tor-An
Torg the Abominable Snow-King
Toyman
Trickster
Trigon
Triton
Tullk
Two-Face
Two-Face Goon
Two-Gun Kid
Ultra-Humanite
Ultraman
Union Jack
Uranian
Ursa Major
Valkyrie
Venom
Venus
Ventriloquist
Vibe
Viper
Virman Vundabar
Vision
Viv
Vixen
Volstagg
Vormund
Vulture
War Machine
Wasp
Whiplash
White Lantern
White Tiger
Wiccan
Winter Soldier
Wizard
Wolverine
Wonder Girl
Wonder Man
Wonder Woman
Wong
Yellowjacket
Yondu
Zamaron Warrior
Zod Agent
VEHICLES:
Ace Chemical Truck
Air Streamer 3000
Asgardian Skiff
Attilan Air Breezer
Attilan Podship
Avenjet
Banana Truck
Bane's Mole Machine
Bane's Tumbler
Bat
Bat-Glider
Bat-Rocket
Batboat
Batcopter
Batcycle
Batman's Buggy
Batmobile
Batwing
Belle Reve Prisoner Transport
Bicycle
Black Panther Jet
Black Widow's Motorcycle
Brainiac Skull Ship
Britmobile
Bruce Wayne's Compact Sports Car
Captain America's 4x4
Captain America's Bike
Captain America's Jet
Captain Stacy's Boat
Catwoman’s Bike
Catwoman's Motorcycle
Chitauri Chariot
Convertible
Crossbones' Truck
Cyborg Copter
Cyborg's Sports Car
Daily Bugle Helicopter
Daily Planet News Van
Darkseid's Hover Destroyer
Deadpool's Helicopter
Deadpool's Scooter
Deep Sea Hydra Diver
Dodgem Car
Doom Jet
Egyptian Chariot
Fantasticar
Firework Van
Fishing Boat
Flash Mobile
Flower Car
Garbage Truck
General Ross' Tank
Ghost Rider's Motorcycle
GCPD Car
GCPD Helicopter
GCPD Prisoner Transport
Go-Kart
Golf Cart
Green Lantern Jet
Gwenpool's Motorbike
Harley Quinn’s Bike
Horse and Cart
Hydra Attack Plane
Hydra Interceptor
Hydra Tank
Invisible Ship
Javelin
Javelin 7
Jetboat
Jokermobile
Joker Helicopter
Joker Steam Roller
Joker's Truck
Killer Croc's Battle Chomper
Killer Frost's Ice Car
Kree Cruiser
Laser Drill
Lex Luthor's Mech
Lobo’s Space Hog
Lola
Magneto-Mobile
Mandarin's Boat
Mandarin's Buggy
Mandarin's Helicopter
Metropolis Police Car
Milano
Miniature Avenjet
Mob Boss Attack Car
Mobster Getaway Car
Mobster Heist Car
Necrocraft
News Helicopter
Octomec
Orange Lantern Spacecraft
Penguin’s Duckboat
Pickup Truck
Pizza Bike
Pizza Van
Police Helicopter
Police Motorcycle
Police Quad
Police Truck
Pumpkin Chopper
Punisher's Car
Punisher's Truck
Quinjet
Raid Truck
Raft Helicopter
Raft Truck
Red Hood's Motorbike
Riddler's Dragster
Robin's Bike
Robin's Redbird Cycle
Roxxon Truck
S.H.I.E.L.D. 4x4
S.H.I.E.L.D. APC
S.H.I.E.L.D. Jetfighter
S.H.I.E.L.D. Minicarri
S.H.I.E.L.D. Staff Car
Saloon
Scarecrow's Harvester of Fear
Shocker's Van
Snowmobile
Speedboat
Spider-Copter
Spider-Cycle
Spider-Trike
Starblaster Spaceship
Stark Jet
Station Wagon
Steppenwolf's Hover Bike
Supermobile
Swamp Boat
T-Jet
Taserface's M-Ship
Taxi
Tractor
Wakandan Battle Tank
Wakandan Patrol Buggy
Whirly-Bat
Winter Soldier's Bike
Wolverine's Motorcycle
Wonder Woman's Invisible Jet
X-Jet
Xandarian Distributer
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Superman Creators' Appreciation Thread

After hearing the news of Richard Donner’s passing, I wanted to take a moment to recognize some of the people who have added to the mythos and made Superman truly great over the years. After some googling, here are some creators of the past and their creations:
Jerry Siegel: Superman/Clark Kent, Jonathan, and Martha Kent, Jor-El and Lara, Lois Lane, Jimmy Olsen, Lex & Lena Luthor, Lyla Lerrol, Mxyzptlk, Prankster, Sally Selwyn, Streaky the Super-Cat, the Ultra-Humanite, Brainiac 5 and other Legion characters, Krypton and Kryptonite.
Cary Bates: Steve Lombard, Faora, Terra-Man
Robert Bernstein: Samuel Lane, General Zod, Metallo, The Phantom Zone, Mon-El
Otto Binder: Beppo, Bizarro, Brainiac, Elastic Lad, Krypto, Jax-Ur, Lucy Lane, Legion of Super-Heroes, Supergirl, Zor-El and Allura, Insect Queen, Mary Marvel & the Marvel Family
John Byrne: Silver Banshee, Maggie Sawyer
Peter David: Supergirl (Linda Danvers)
Leo Dorfman: Pete Ross, Superman Red & Blue, and the 2nd Virus X storyline (1968) that inspired the 90s Death/Funeral/Reign
Bill Finger: Lana Lang, Lori Lemaris, Batman & Robin
Gardner Fox: Justice League of America, Justice Society of America, the DC Multiverse
Edmond Hamilton: Nightwing and Flamebird, Composite Superman, The Last Days of Superman (Virus X), Proty
Bob Haney: The Super-Sons (original, also created both the Doom Patrol & Teen Titans, TIL.)
Dan Jurgens: Hank Henshaw, Jon Kent, co-created Waverider as well
Karl Kesel: Kon-El, Tana Moon, King Shark
Jack Kirby: The Newsboy Legion, Guardian, WGBS, Intergang, Morgan Edge, Bruno Mannheim, Project Cadmus, Dubbilex, Darkseid, DeSaad, Apokolips, Mister Miracle & Barda, Oberon, The Female Furies, Mother Box and Boom Tubes. Probably forgetting a lot, it's Kirby.
Elliot "S!" Maggin: Miracle Monday, Kristin Wells (Superwoman), Superboy-Prime
Dennis O'Neil: The Sandman Saga, Superman of Earth-2, Superman vs. Muhammad Ali
Louise Simonson: John Henry Irons & Natasha, Doomsday (with the whole team)
Roger Stern: The Eradicator, Maxima, also in on the Doomsday decision
Marv Wolfman: Bibbo Bibbowski, Cat Grant, Ron Troupe, Nightwing, Gangbuster, and “business Lex”
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[H] Boba Fett's Starship Leia and others [W] Clones, Star Wars, and others

Hello there! :) This time around I would really love to trade for some 332nd Company Clone Troopers (sw1097) and for complete 501st Battle Packs (I need to finish up my army).
I also have a couple of special items for trade for the right offer.
If you have any questions regarding the minifigures or if you have something that is not listed on my want list that you want to trade, feel free to ask away. I'm open to most Star Wars offers.
Album of the Goods

-Have-

Promotional/Poly
Set Item Number
The LEGO Movie 2 Accessory Set blister pack 853865-1
Various Polybags View Picture

CMFs
-Baseplates are not included with CMF's unless they are sealed or you ask for them.-
Minifigure Item Number
Barbarian, Series 11 col11-1&category=%5BCollectible%20Minifigures%5D%5BSeries%2011%20Minifigures%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
Plant Monster, Series 14 col14-5&category=%5BCollectible%20Minifigures%5D%5BSeries%2014%20Minifigures%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
Hiker, Series 16 col16-6&category=%5BCollectible%20Minifigures%5D%5BSeries%2016%20Minifigures%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
Strongman, Series 17 col17-2
Elephant Costume Girl, Series 18 col18-1
Cactus Girl, Series 18 col18-11
Race Car Guy, Series 18 col18-13
Cowboy Costume Guy, Series 18 col18-15
Donald Duck coldis-10
Minnie Mouse coldis-11
Dewey coldis2-4&category=%5BCollectible%20Minifigures%5D%5BDisney%20Series%202%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
Scrooge McDuck coldis2-6&category=%5BCollectible%20Minifigures%5D%5BDisney%20Series%202%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
Jafar coldis2-11&category=%5BCollectible%20Minifigures%5D%5BDisney%20Series%202%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
Pizza Costume Guy (SEALED), Series 19 col19-10
Fox Costume Girl, Series 19 col19-14&category=%5BCollectible%20Minifigures%5D%5BSeries%2019%20Minifigures%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
Flash, Jay Garrick (SEALED) colsh-15
Pirate Girl, Series 20 (SEALED) col20-5&category=%5BCollectible%20Minifigures%5D%5BSeries%2020%20Minifigures%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
Space Fan, Series 20 (SEALED) col20-6
Martial Arts Boy, Series 20 (SEALED) col20-10
Sea Rescuer, Series 20 (SEALED) col20-12
80s Musician, Series 20 col20-14
James Potter (SEALED) colhp2-8
Ginny Weasley (SEALED) colhp2-9
George Weasley (SEALED) colhp2-11
Kingsley Shacklebolt (SEALED) colhp2-13
Moaning Myrtle (SEALED) colhp2-14
Pamona Sprout (SEALED) colhp2-15
Neville Longbottom (SEALED) colhp2-16
Shipwreck Survivor, Series 20 (SEALED) col21-3&category=%5BCollectible%20Minifigures%5D%5BSeries%2021%20Minifigures%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})

CMFs - Minifigure Only (some may include partial accessories)
-Baseplates are not included with CMF's unless they are sealed or you ask for them.-
Minifigure Item Number
Computer Programmer - Minifigure only Entry - Series 7 (includes mug) col108
Scientist - Minifigure only Entry - Series 11 col173
Skeleton Guy - Minifigure only Entry - Series 14 col221
Farmer - Minifigure only Entry - Series 15 col228

Wizarding World
Minifigure Item Number
Professor Flitwick colhp-13
Harry Potter, Dark Blue Open Jacket, Dark Tan Medium Legs hp175
Harry Potter, Black Suit, White Bow Tie hp184
Ron Weasley, Reddish Brown Suit, Shirt with Ruffle hp185
Cedric Diggory, Black Suit and Bow Tie hp188

Superheroes
Minifigure Item Number
Big Figure - Thanos with Medium Lavender Arms sh504
Proxima Midnight sh500
Ultron MK 1 sh169
Iron Man Mark 50 Armor (New w/ hair - Helmet Still Sealed) sh496
Iron Man Mark 45 Armor sh164
Iron Man Mark 43 Armor sh167
Iron Man with Triangle on Chest sh015
Pepper Potts sh068
Agent Coulson sh369
Spider-Man - Black Web Pattern, Red Torso Small Vest, Red Boots sh420
Ant-Man (White Jumpsuit) sh563
Black Panther, Claw Necklace sh466
Captain Marvel sh555
Aquaman - Dark Brown Long Hair sh429
Lois Lane - Black Suit sh225
Deadshot sh259
Sinestro sh144
Starfire sh197
Krypto the Superdog 30533c01

The Hobbit/LOTR
Minifigure Item Number
Bilbo Baggins - Suspenders lor029
Bilbo Baggins - Dark Red Coat lor030
Gandalf - Dimensions Starter Pack dim001

Star Wars
These are the minifigures that I readily have available if you have some of my bigger wants (*) I can try and find other Star Wars minifigures in my own collection to trade.
Minifigure Item Number
Ahsoka Tano (Padawan) - Tube Top and Belt sw0192%20-%20Tube%20Top%20and%20Belt&category=%5BStar%20Wars%5D%5BStar%20Wars%20The%20Clone%20Wars%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
Clone Trooper Sergeant sw0438
Boba Fett's Starship Leia sw0485
C1-10P (Chopper) sw0565&category=%5BStar%20Wars%5D%5BStar%20Wars%20Rebels%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
Ezra Bridger sw0574
The Inquisitor sw0622
Emperor Palpatine sw0634
Emperor Palpatine (Spongy Cape) sw0634a&category=%5BStar%20Wars%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
Silver Protocol Droid (U-3PO) sw0766&category=%5BStar%20Wars%5D%5BStar%20Wars%20Episode%204/5/6%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
Luke Skywalker (Tatooine, White Legs, Stern / Smile Face Print) sw0778&category=%5BStar%20Wars%5D%5BStar%20Wars%20Episode%204/5/6%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
Baze Malbus sw0783
4-LOM sw0830
BB-9E sw0855
Barriss Offee - Skirt sw0909
Moloch sw0917
Tobias Beckett sw0941
Weazel sw0942
Princess Leia (White Dress, Detailed Belt, Crooked Smile) sw0994&category=%5BStar%20Wars%5D%5BStar%20Wars%20Episode%204/5/6%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
D-O sw1051
Rey - White Tied Robe sw1054
The Mandalorian (Din Djarin / 'Mando') - Brown Durasteel Armor sw1057%20-%20Brown%20Durasteel%20Armor&category=%5BStar%20Wars%5D%5BStar%20Wars%20The%20Mandalorian%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
Lando Calrissian, Old (Cape with Collar) sw1067&category=%5BStar%20Wars%5D%5BStar%20Wars%20Episode%209%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
Boolio sw1068
Obi-Wan Kenobi (Dirt Stains) sw1082&category=%5BStar%20Wars%5D%5BStar%20Wars%20Episode%203%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
Jannah sw1088
Knight of Ren (Vicrul) sw1089&category=%5BStar%20Wars%5D%5BStar%20Wars%20Episode%209%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
Grogu / The Child / Baby Yoda sw1113

Sets/Valuable Items
These are mostly Star Wars.
Set Item Number
Taskmaster's Ambush - San Diego Comic-Con 2020 Exclusive 77905
Silver Centurion polybag 5002946-1
Bespin Duel - Star Wars Celebration 2020 Exclusive 77294
The Phantom 75170
Darth Revan polybag 5002123-1

-Want- (Highest Priority is *)

A lot of the random stuff is for custom purist minifigures that I am making and greatly appreciate trading for these items.
Rando Stuff**\*
Minifigure Item Number
Thrawn's Torso 973pb2565&category=%5BMinifigure,%20Torso%5D#T=S&C=1&O={%22color%22:1,%22iconly%22:0})or 973pb2565c01%20/%20White%20Arms%20/%20Dark%20Azure%20Hands&category=%5BMinifigure,%20Torso%20Assembly,%20Decor.%5D#T=S&C=1&O={%22color%22:1,%22iconly%22:0})
Star Wars rebel pilots X-wing, W-wing, B-wing, A-wing, etc.
Star Wars rebel pilot helmets X-wing, W-wing, B-wing, A-wing, etc.
Looking for various colored heads, skin tones and various colors Ask
Capes Red and Black (need at least 2 black)
Dark Bluish Grey Jetpacks (Death Watch Mando ones) 64802 and other jetpack colors
Hoods White, Grey, Brown, and Black
Kama Black, grey,
Twi'lek headgeaheadpieces Aayla's, but can be interested in others
Also looking for random alien heads Rodian, Calamari, etc.

CMFs/Minifigures
Looking for various CMFs from series 1-17 Ask
CMF Series 20 Viking*, Knight, Llama Costume Girl*
CMF Series 21 Just the warrior-type minifigures
Vidiyo Series 2 Minifigures Ask
Looney Tunes Minifigures #3,5,6,8,10,12
Ninjago Movie CMFs Several of them
Incredibles Minifigures* Violet Parr, Elastagirl, Underminer, Screenslaver
I may be interested in others Ask

Ninjago
I am interested in just about every minifigure in the newest lines, particularly the villains, shoot me what you have and I can take a look.

Superheroes
New Minifigures from sets 76153 and 76164
Minifigure Item Number
Talos sh533&category=%5BSuper%20Heroes%5D%5BCaptain%20Marvel%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
Spider-Ham sh638
Iron Venom sh633

Star Wars\*
I'm interested in sealed Star Wars minifigure polybags.
Army building troops are also fun, troopers and officers, and if by some chance you're trading minifigures from the Mos Eisley Cantina 75290 I'm ready to trade big.
There are definitely others not on the list, always shoot me what you have, I never know what I'm missing from the collection.
Minifigure Item Number
Scout Trooper** sw1007&category=%5BStar%20Wars%5D%5BStar%20Wars%20Episode%204/5/6%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
Boba Fett - White sw0275
332nd Company Clone Trooper** sw1097
Airborne Clone Trooper sw1100
Scarif Stormtrooper (Shoretrooper) (Captain)** and other Shoretroopers* sw0789%20(Captain)&category=%5BStar%20Wars%5D%5BStar%20Wars%20Rogue%20One%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0}) and sw0815&category=%5BStar%20Wars%5D%5BStar%20Wars%20Rogue%20One%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
Knights of Ren* sw1063&category=%5BStar%20Wars%5D%5BStar%20Wars%20Episode%209%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0}) and sw1064
Mandalorian - Death Watch** and Super Commando** sw0296 and sw0494 and sw0495&category=%5BStar%20Wars%5D%5BStar%20Wars%20The%20Clone%20Wars%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
First Order Stormtroopers sw0667 or sw0905
First Order Crew/Officers ask
Imperial Recruitment Officer (Chief / Navy Captain) sw0913
Imperial Emigration Officer (Imperial Navy Trooper - Corporal Zuzanu Latt) sw0912
Max Reebo sw0486
Han Solo - Imperial Mudtrooper Uniform sw0925
Gammorrean Guard (Olive Green, Detailed) sw0405
Darth Maul - Printed Red Arms* sw0384
Various Doids/Astromechs Ask
Clone Pilot, Printed Legs sw0609
Clone Trooper sw0541
Clone Trooper Gunner sw0837
501st Legion Clone Trooper sw0445
501st Clone Pilot sw0439
Wolfpack Clone Trooper (Phase 1) sw0331
Wolfpack Clone Trooper (Phase 2) sw0537
Shock Trooper sw0531

Thanks For Looking! :)

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[US] [H] Boba Fett's Starship Leia and others [W] Clones, Star Wars, and others

Hello there! :) This time around I would really love to trade for some 332nd Company Clone Troopers (sw1097) and for complete 501st Battle Packs (I need to finish up my army).
I also have a couple of special items for trade for the right offer.
If you have any questions regarding the minifigures or if you have something that is not listed on my want list that you want to trade, feel free to ask away. I'm open to most Star Wars offers.
Album of the Goods

-Have-

Promotional/Poly
Set Item Number
The LEGO Movie 2 Accessory Set blister pack 853865-1
Various Polybags View Picture

CMFs
-Baseplates are not included with CMF's unless they are sealed or you ask for them.-
Minifigure Item Number
Barbarian, Series 11 col11-1&category=%5BCollectible%20Minifigures%5D%5BSeries%2011%20Minifigures%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
Plant Monster, Series 14 col14-5&category=%5BCollectible%20Minifigures%5D%5BSeries%2014%20Minifigures%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
Hiker, Series 16 col16-6&category=%5BCollectible%20Minifigures%5D%5BSeries%2016%20Minifigures%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
Strongman, Series 17 col17-2
Elephant Costume Girl, Series 18 col18-1
Cactus Girl, Series 18 col18-11
Race Car Guy, Series 18 col18-13
Cowboy Costume Guy, Series 18 col18-15
Donald Duck coldis-10
Minnie Mouse coldis-11
Dewey coldis2-4&category=%5BCollectible%20Minifigures%5D%5BDisney%20Series%202%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
Scrooge McDuck coldis2-6&category=%5BCollectible%20Minifigures%5D%5BDisney%20Series%202%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
Jafar coldis2-11&category=%5BCollectible%20Minifigures%5D%5BDisney%20Series%202%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
Pizza Costume Guy (SEALED), Series 19 col19-10
Fox Costume Girl, Series 19 col19-14&category=%5BCollectible%20Minifigures%5D%5BSeries%2019%20Minifigures%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
Flash, Jay Garrick (SEALED) colsh-15
Pirate Girl, Series 20 (SEALED) col20-5&category=%5BCollectible%20Minifigures%5D%5BSeries%2020%20Minifigures%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
Space Fan, Series 20 (SEALED) col20-6
Martial Arts Boy, Series 20 (SEALED) col20-10
Sea Rescuer, Series 20 (SEALED) col20-12
80s Musician, Series 20 col20-14
James Potter (SEALED) colhp2-8
Ginny Weasley (SEALED) colhp2-9
George Weasley (SEALED) colhp2-11
Kingsley Shacklebolt (SEALED) colhp2-13
Moaning Myrtle (SEALED) colhp2-14
Pamona Sprout (SEALED) colhp2-15
Neville Longbottom (SEALED) colhp2-16
Shipwreck Survivor, Series 20 (SEALED) col21-3&category=%5BCollectible%20Minifigures%5D%5BSeries%2021%20Minifigures%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})

CMFs - Minifigure Only (some may include partial accessories)
-Baseplates are not included with CMF's unless they are sealed or you ask for them.-
Minifigure Item Number
Computer Programmer - Minifigure only Entry - Series 7 (includes mug) col108
Scientist - Minifigure only Entry - Series 11 col173
Skeleton Guy - Minifigure only Entry - Series 14 col221
Farmer - Minifigure only Entry - Series 15 col228

Wizarding World
Minifigure Item Number
Professor Flitwick colhp-13
Harry Potter, Dark Blue Open Jacket, Dark Tan Medium Legs hp175
Harry Potter, Black Suit, White Bow Tie hp184
Ron Weasley, Reddish Brown Suit, Shirt with Ruffle hp185
Cedric Diggory, Black Suit and Bow Tie hp188

Superheroes
Minifigure Item Number
Big Figure - Thanos with Medium Lavender Arms sh504
Proxima Midnight sh500
Ultron MK 1 sh169
Iron Man Mark 50 Armor (New w/ hair - Helmet Still Sealed) sh496
Iron Man Mark 45 Armor sh164
Iron Man Mark 43 Armor sh167
Iron Man with Triangle on Chest sh015
Pepper Potts sh068
Agent Coulson sh369
Spider-Man - Black Web Pattern, Red Torso Small Vest, Red Boots sh420
Ant-Man (White Jumpsuit) sh563
Black Panther, Claw Necklace sh466
Captain Marvel sh555
Aquaman - Dark Brown Long Hair sh429
Lois Lane - Black Suit sh225
Deadshot sh259
Sinestro sh144
Starfire sh197
Krypto the Superdog 30533c01

The Hobbit/LOTR
Minifigure Item Number
Bilbo Baggins - Suspenders lor029
Bilbo Baggins - Dark Red Coat lor030
Gandalf - Dimensions Starter Pack dim001

Star Wars
These are the minifigures that I readily have available if you have some of my bigger wants (*) I can try and find other Star Wars minifigures in my own collection to trade.
Minifigure Item Number
Ahsoka Tano (Padawan) - Tube Top and Belt sw0192%20-%20Tube%20Top%20and%20Belt&category=%5BStar%20Wars%5D%5BStar%20Wars%20The%20Clone%20Wars%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
Clone Trooper Sergeant sw0438
Boba Fett's Starship Leia sw0485
C1-10P (Chopper) sw0565&category=%5BStar%20Wars%5D%5BStar%20Wars%20Rebels%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
Ezra Bridger sw0574
The Inquisitor sw0622
Emperor Palpatine sw0634
Emperor Palpatine (Spongy Cape) sw0634a&category=%5BStar%20Wars%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
Silver Protocol Droid (U-3PO) sw0766&category=%5BStar%20Wars%5D%5BStar%20Wars%20Episode%204/5/6%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
Luke Skywalker (Tatooine, White Legs, Stern / Smile Face Print) sw0778&category=%5BStar%20Wars%5D%5BStar%20Wars%20Episode%204/5/6%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
Baze Malbus sw0783
4-LOM sw0830
BB-9E sw0855
Barriss Offee - Skirt sw0909
Moloch sw0917
Tobias Beckett sw0941
Weazel sw0942
Princess Leia (White Dress, Detailed Belt, Crooked Smile) sw0994&category=%5BStar%20Wars%5D%5BStar%20Wars%20Episode%204/5/6%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
D-O sw1051
Rey - White Tied Robe sw1054
The Mandalorian (Din Djarin / 'Mando') - Brown Durasteel Armor sw1057%20-%20Brown%20Durasteel%20Armor&category=%5BStar%20Wars%5D%5BStar%20Wars%20The%20Mandalorian%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
Lando Calrissian, Old (Cape with Collar) sw1067&category=%5BStar%20Wars%5D%5BStar%20Wars%20Episode%209%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
Boolio sw1068
Obi-Wan Kenobi (Dirt Stains) sw1082&category=%5BStar%20Wars%5D%5BStar%20Wars%20Episode%203%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
Jannah sw1088
Knight of Ren (Vicrul) sw1089&category=%5BStar%20Wars%5D%5BStar%20Wars%20Episode%209%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
Grogu / The Child / Baby Yoda sw1113

Sets/Valuable Items
These are mostly Star Wars.
Set Item Number
Taskmaster's Ambush - San Diego Comic-Con 2020 Exclusive 77905
Silver Centurion polybag 5002946-1
Bespin Duel - Star Wars Celebration 2020 Exclusive 77294
The Phantom 75170
Darth Revan polybag 5002123-1

-Want- (Highest Priority is *)

A lot of the random stuff is for custom purist minifigures that I am making and greatly appreciate trading for these items.
Rando Stuff**\*
Minifigure Item Number
Thrawn's Torso 973pb2565&category=%5BMinifigure,%20Torso%5D#T=S&C=1&O={%22color%22:1,%22iconly%22:0})or 973pb2565c01%20/%20White%20Arms%20/%20Dark%20Azure%20Hands&category=%5BMinifigure,%20Torso%20Assembly,%20Decor.%5D#T=S&C=1&O={%22color%22:1,%22iconly%22:0})
Star Wars rebel pilots X-wing, W-wing, B-wing, A-wing, etc.
Star Wars rebel pilot helmets X-wing, W-wing, B-wing, A-wing, etc.
Looking for various colored heads, skin tones and various colors Ask
Capes Red and Black (need at least 2 black)
Dark Bluish Grey Jetpacks (Death Watch Mando ones) 64802 and other jetpack colors
Hoods White, Grey, Brown, and Black
Kama Black, grey,
Twi'lek headgeaheadpieces Aayla's, but can be interested in others
Also looking for random alien heads Rodian, Calamari, etc.

CMFs/Minifigures
Looking for various CMFs from series 1-17 Ask
CMF Series 20 Viking*, Knight, Llama Costume Girl*
CMF Series 21 Just the warrior-type minifigures
Vidiyo Series 2 Minifigures Ask
Looney Tunes Minifigures #3,5,6,8,10,12
Ninjago Movie CMFs Several of them
Incredibles Minifigures* Violet Parr, Elastagirl, Underminer, Screenslaver
I may be interested in others Ask

Ninjago
I am interested in just about every minifigure in the newest lines, particularly the villains, shoot me what you have and I can take a look.

Superheroes
New Minifigures from sets 76153 and 76164
Minifigure Item Number
Talos sh533&category=%5BSuper%20Heroes%5D%5BCaptain%20Marvel%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
Spider-Ham sh638
Iron Venom sh633

Star Wars\*
I'm interested in sealed Star Wars minifigure polybags.
Army building troops are also fun, troopers and officers, and if by some chance you're trading minifigures from the Mos Eisley Cantina 75290 I'm ready to trade big.
There are definitely others not on the list, always shoot me what you have, I never know what I'm missing from the collection.
Minifigure Item Number
Scout Trooper** sw1007&category=%5BStar%20Wars%5D%5BStar%20Wars%20Episode%204/5/6%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
Boba Fett - White sw0275
332nd Company Clone Trooper** sw1097
Airborne Clone Trooper sw1100
Scarif Stormtrooper (Shoretrooper) (Captain)** and other Shoretroopers* sw0789%20(Captain)&category=%5BStar%20Wars%5D%5BStar%20Wars%20Rogue%20One%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0}) and sw0815&category=%5BStar%20Wars%5D%5BStar%20Wars%20Rogue%20One%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
Knights of Ren* sw1063&category=%5BStar%20Wars%5D%5BStar%20Wars%20Episode%209%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0}) and sw1064
Mandalorian - Death Watch** and Super Commando** sw0296 and sw0494 and sw0495&category=%5BStar%20Wars%5D%5BStar%20Wars%20The%20Clone%20Wars%5D#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0})
First Order Stormtroopers sw0667 or sw0905
First Order Crew/Officers ask
Imperial Recruitment Officer (Chief / Navy Captain) sw0913
Imperial Emigration Officer (Imperial Navy Trooper - Corporal Zuzanu Latt) sw0912
Max Reebo sw0486
Han Solo - Imperial Mudtrooper Uniform sw0925
Gammorrean Guard (Olive Green, Detailed) sw0405
Darth Maul - Printed Red Arms* sw0384
Various Doids/Astromechs Ask
Clone Pilot, Printed Legs sw0609
Clone Trooper sw0541
Clone Trooper Gunner sw0837
501st Legion Clone Trooper sw0445
501st Clone Pilot sw0439
Wolfpack Clone Trooper (Phase 1) sw0331
Wolfpack Clone Trooper (Phase 2) sw0537
Shock Trooper sw0531

Thanks For Looking! :)

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Best card for each character

This sub barely sees any discussions so I thought it would be an interesting conversation to see what people thought as the best card for each character. I will give my ones below and some are pretty straight forward but others are more tricky.
Will give some opinion on the ones where it is hard but for the obvious ones I'll just name them. I'm considering gear and team synergies as well and this is just for gold cards. Additionally for most cards I'm judging based on higher elite thresholds and not as E0/E1 etc.
Let me know what you think and happy to discuss this.
Aquaman: Flashpoint
Inj2 Aquaman while having marginally better stats has a very situational passive. Against DOT teams he is definitely better but overall not so much.
Ares : Prime
Bane : Lucy
Batgirl : Arkham Knight
First place where there can be an argument made of Cassandra Cain who is individually better offensively. But if you use AKBG, you pretty much use her in an Arkham team and there she is probably the most invaluable member.
Batman: Batman Ninja
Batman has probably the best cards in the game with many many top tier ones. Overall I think this goes to Batman Ninja due to high combination of incredible stats and one of the best defensive passives in the game. His team bonus is just a plus without which I'd still put him here. Arkham knight has an overall more versatile passive but he can't be the tank that Batman Ninja can. Similarly Flashpoint is the god of basic attacks but the current meta being tantu + mdc does devalue him a little.
Black Adam: Kahndaq
Catwoman: Arkham Knight
Cyborg: Teen Titans
Tbh I'd rate the silver card more.
Darkseid: Apokolips
Deadshot: Arkham Origins
Again a difficult one with only 2 cards and both top tier. I went with AO due to better teams possible and some ridiculous gear builds allowing him to do 70% + damage as Area effects. But this is a very very close one and will come down to preference.
Deathstroke: Arkham Origins
Its between AO and Flashpoint here. If the card is a lower elite, Flashpoint is better by far due to the horrible base damage in AO. But at Elite 8 and above I would start rating AO higher. Best Sp1 in the game hands down IMO.
Easy arguments for FP DS to also be put here due his great combo ender and special team assist. But I have a personal preference (Most likely nostalgia) for AO deathstroke.
Doomsday: Blackest Night
The Flash: Blackest Night
Green Arrow: Rebirth
Green Lantern: Jessica Cruz
Harley Quinn: Arkham
AKHQ is also good however her passive can be completely nullified with meta gears like Astro. Arkham meanwhile offers a good team wide health increase and in instrumental for certain arkham teams (Eg: Those revolving around AO Bats as the main carry)
Hawkgirl: Blackest Night
Joker: Batman Ninja Lord Joker
Killer Croc: Arkham
Killer Frost: Prime
Lex Luthor: Krypto
Lobo: Prime
Bounty Hunter has far better stats but a pretty useless passive imo. Power drain immunity is much better
Martian Manhunter: Blackest Night
Nightwing: New 52
Raven: Teen titans
This was most definitely the hardest of the lot. You have 3 top tier ravens, all with great passives. Here to judge I started looking at counters rather than strengths because they are all great. I think that the other two (Rebirth and prime) have a few cards/gears that completely nullify them. Power creep has made Raven Prime's passive easier to avoid and rebirth has a few hard counters that make her passive useless occasionally.
Scorpion: Mortal Kombat X
Shazam: Prime
Sinestro: Anti Matter
Solomon Grundy: Boss
Lmao nah It's Earth 2. Though Boss wins because he looks like a chad.
Static: Prime
Superman: New 52
Probably gonna get disagreement from anyone and everyone here. However, I rate the 30% damage reduction significantly more than special immunity. Pair him with Metal Shazam and you have a tank like Batman Ninja Batman without the need for being out numbered. If you're playing around maxed (or close to max) cards and gear everyone and their mothers have Tantu making one part of Inj2 supes passive useless. The other part of their passives I rate Inj 2 slightly higher but overall New 52 edges it for me.
The Arkham Knight: Arkham Knight
Wonder Woman: New 52
Again DOJ WW and 600 are both good characters in their own right. 600 has a brilliant support passive but means you're heavily restricted in team creation and has very mediocre stats. DOJ WW is also great but is more useful when you're struggling in battle. New 52 WW helps you demolish the entire enemy team in seconds.
Zatanna: Prime
Zod: Prime
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Superman Comics Guide for Newbs, Version 2 (2021)


SUPERMAN COMICS GUIDE FOR NEWBS, VERSION 2.0 (2021) by Joseph Meach of Earth-Prime (DCPrime )
To level up, read the Free Superman Library maintained by "Great Rao" since 1995. To see a sample list of graphic novels, see the sidebar of superman. If you really like this stuff, visit the annual Superman Celebration.

INTRO: IN THE COMICS, THERE ARE A LOT OF SUPERMEN.
DC Comics characters exist on different earths in a Multiverse (or multiverses in an omniverse, but we're trying to keep it simple.) A lot of these earths have their own version of Superman. But in any comic that you are likely to read or buy at a shop, there have been five main Supermen. All of them are from their universe's planet Krypton and share the values and powers that Superman is known for. All have appeared in issues of Action Comics and Superman at different times in our history. But since we live in the future and you can read almost any comics, I'll list other series they have been main characters in.

#1 SUPERMAN OF EARTH-1
This is the "classic" Superman that most people recognize; he was the best-selling superhero until the 1980s. From childhood through college he was known as Superboy and was a member of the 30th-Century Legion of Superheroes (at first a Superboy fan club) along with his cousin Supergirl. As an adult, he was a member of the Justice League, and one or both of his parents died by that time. As Clark Kent, he worked at the Daily Planet, then a TV news station called WGBS.
His best friend was Batman; after growing up around Superman, Batman's sidekick Robin eventually named himself Nightwing after him. His "pal" was Jimmy Olsen. Notable love interests included Lois Lane, Lana Lang, Lyla Lerrol, Lori Lemaris, Luma Lynai, Sally Selwyn, and Wonder Woman, but he never married. Later versions of Superman are based on him and have been revamped to be more like him over time. The recent Doomsday Clock series revealed that he still exists in a universe called Earth-1985.
Related Comic Series:
(As Superboy) More Fun Comics, Adventure Comics, Superboy (1949-79), Superman Family, The Legion of Superheroes, The New Adventures of Superboy, Superman: The Secret Years, Superboy (TV tie-in, 1988-92)
(As Superman): World's Finest Comics, Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen, Superman's Girl Friend Lois Lane, Justice League of America, Jack Kirby's Fourth World & Super Powers, DC Comics Presents, Black Lightning, Superman & Action Comics through this story. All-Star Superman is also a homage to this Superman.
Related Movies: Superman and the Mole Men, Superman: The Movie, Superman II, III, and IV, Superman Returns.
Related TV Series: The Adventures of Superman), The Adventures of Superboy (pilot, prequel), Lucy and Superman, The New Adventures of Superman), Sesame Street, Super Friends, Superboy) (1988-1992), Ruby-Spears Superman (in the "Family Album" segments) and The Legion of Superheroes) (2006-2007).
Novels: Last Son of Krypton, Miracle Monday
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THE BEGINNING:
Read "The Complete Story of Superman's Life" or an update drawn for Metropolis, Illinois by Swan/Anderson: The Origin of Superman. The origin was expanded in the novel Last Son of Krypton (1978) and the miniseries Superman: The Secret Years (1985).
THE MIDDLE:
Other than the debut of Superboy in 1944, this begins with DC's Silver Age (1950s and 1960s).
Bronze Age: Virus X (1968), Jack Kirby's Fourth World, The Sandman Saga, Superman vs. Muhammad Ali, For the Man Who Has Everything, Super-Sons, and several miniseries (Krypton Chronicles, Phantom Zone, The Secret Years, Secrets of the Legion). See also: the novel Miracle Monday.
THE ENDING:
Possible endings for this Superman were called "Imaginary Stories." Some of the most famous were "The Amazing Story of Superman Red and Blue!", The Death of Superman, and "Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?" All-Star Superman is another possible ending.

#2 SUPERMAN OF EARTH-2
A version of the "original" Superman from 1938. Worked at the Daily Star for editor George Taylor, was a member of the Justice Society of America, and his cousin was Power Girl. Eventually settled down and married Lois.
Related Comic Series
New York World's Fair Comics, All-Star Squadron, The Last Days of the Justice Society of America, Crisis on Multiple Earths, Superman Takes a Wife!
Also somewhat like: Fleischer Studios Cartoons, The Adventures of Superman (radio/novel), It's Superman! (novel), Superman Smashes the Klan
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THE BEGINNING:
Action Comics #1 and #2. From there, you can read any story from the early 1940s, or read any books based on the radio series (like The Adventures of Superman or Superman Smashes the Klan.)
THE MIDDLE:
Starting with Justice League #73 (1969) he appeared in annual JLA/JSA crossovers, collected as several volumes of "Crisis on Multiple Earths." During the 1970s, he was in backup features in Superman Family, married Lois in the 40th anniversary issue of Action Comics (#484) and was in Roy Thomas' series All-Star Squadron.
THE ENDING:
The Last Days of the Justice Society of America (1986).

#3 SUPERMAN OF NEW EARTH
Grew out of a proposal for a Superman series published by Marvel Comics (and has several attributes of Marvel characters) but became the main Superman after debuting in the Man of Steel miniseries in 1986. This Superman never had a career as Superboy and did not develop powers until late adolescence (like X-Men.) Because his parents did not appear in a monthly Superboy series, they survived until his adulthood and appeared regularly in the main series.
Other notable differences: Lex Luthor was primarily a corrupt businessman (similar to Marvel's Kingpin at first) and Superman was from a dystopian Krypton, a test-tube (or "birthing matrix") baby not born until he reached Earth (with the effect that he could be an American citizen by birth.) Jack Kirby's Bronze Age cast of characters was used, with new additions and concepts by Marv Wolfman. There were no Kryptonians, and the origins of characters with a previous connection to Krypton (Supergirl, Brainiac, etc.) were rewritten.
Initially portrayed (by Crisis on Infinite Earths) as being the Superman of Earth-1 with his family/ friends killed and mind/history erased, but now recognized as a separate character. This is the Superman known to the public for dying and marrying Lois, in that order.
Related Comic Series: Superman (2nd Series), The Adventures of Superman, Superman: The Man of Steel, Superman: The Man of Tomorrow, Superboy (vol. 4), Supergirl (vol. 4), Steel (vol. 2), Superman For All Seasons
Related TV Series: Ruby-Spears Superman, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, Superman: The Animated Series
Related Movies: Steel (1997). The Snyder Superman film(s) and the Krypton TV series also share some similarities with this Superman.
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THE BEGINNING
Man of Steel, a 1986 miniseries by John Byrne. From there, any comics published starting in 1987.
THE MIDDLE:
Notable storylines include: The Death of Superman (2nd version, 1992), Reign of the Supermen, The Wedding Album, Superman Red & Blue (2nd version), President Lex.
THE ENDING:
For Supergirl (Linda Danvers) it is Many Happy Returns by Peter David. For Superman, there was no ending before retcons began, but possible futures were shown in Kingdom Come/The Kingdom, and DC One Million.

3.5 RETCON!
Some long-time fans (some of whom were now writers) never liked the erasure of the Earth-1 Superman Family, or especially DC editors' rigid rules about it. On top of that, the Smallville series brought back elements of Superboy stories, then Superman Returns came out. During/because of all of this, a Bronze Age revival happened, and it made the New Earth Superman more like the Superman of Earth-1.
- It was revealed that Krypton wasn't really a dystopia, and Krypto was reintroduced.
- A new origin was written (Superman: Birthright) with Lex in Smallville, and eventually another one (Superman: Secret Origin) showing that Clark had been Superboy after all.
- Actually Supergirl did exist in this universe, and Batman and Superman could kind of be friends. (Superman/Batman: Return of Supergirl)
- Superman renounced his American citizenship.
Related Media: Smallville, Krypto the Superdog, Supergirl
Major storylines: Kingdom Come/The Kingdom, Superman: Birthright, For Tomorrow, Secret Identity, Superman/Batman, All-Star Superman.
Alternative Publishing that led to this: Starwinds Howl (The Origin of Krypto), Supreme: The Story of the Year, Astro City. Also, watch the Iron Giant.
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THE BEGINNING:
Superman: Birthright (2003)
THE MIDDLE:
Return to Krypton (version 3) and Superman/Batman by Jeph Loeb. Most things from the 2000s go here.
THE ENDING:
Flashpoint. After that crossover, the DC multiverse was rebooted again.

#4 NEW 52 SUPERMAN
In 2011, after Flashpoint, DC Comics rebooted everything again. A lot of people were unhappy about it, but Action Comics by Grant Morrison was especially liked by fans. This Superman has a lot in common with the Earth-2 Superman. Speaking of that, the New-52 multiverse had its own Earth-2, which I'm only mentioning because it's the home of Val-Zod). Grant Morrison also created Calvin Ellis, a Superman inspired by then-Senator Barack Obama's photo in Metropolis, Illinois during this time.
HOW TO READ IT IN ORDER:
Since this only lasted for a few years, it's possible to actually read it in a series of books. Just start with Action Comics volume 1 and/or Superman volume 1. Here is one reading order.

#5 REBIRTH/REBORN SUPERMAN (2016-)
Following the events of New-52, New Earth was destroyed (or at least we thought, complicated) but New Earth Superman & Lois came and took the place of the New-52 Superman and Lois, who were presumed dead. They literally just walked into their jobs and hoped nobody would notice. Anyway, New-52 Superman was alive and the two Supermen later merged into one guy. This is the version mostly in print now. Superman & Lois have a son (Jon Kent) who is the current Superboy. In the recent Doomsday Clock series, Superman's history was edited to make it more similar to Earth-1 Superman again (i.e. he was Superboy) so as to fix the Legion's timeline. As of this writing, Jon Kent will have an official name change and become the new Superman.
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THE BEGINNING
Superman: Secret Origin by Geoff Johns. For the baby-leaving-Krypton sequence, see Superman: Birthright #1.
THE MIDDLE (ongoing)
Anything since 2016. Beyond that, we don't know which tales from the past are included in the new Superman's backstory yet, but here are a few possibilities: the earliest printed stories that might be canon are The Mysterious Mr. Mxyzptlk (or some version of it) and The Super-Dog from Krypton (1955). "For the Man Who Has Everything" by Alan Moore (1985) is, and it makes a reference to Return to Krypton (1960).
The most famous tales from the series Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen (1954-74) are canon as of the newest Jimmy Olsen series, but the second series (Superman Family) is not. Superboy and The Legion of Super-Heroes (1970s), the Death of Superman (1990s) and The Wedding Album (1996) also appear to be part of this Superman's backstory.
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#####Changes in Version 2.0
After discussions with Manga readers, etc. many people were interested in how to read the story from beginning to end. (Normally, that's what the numbers on comics are for but reboots have complicated that.) Also, because Reddit makes posts uneditable after a time, I have moved this guide "home" where I have mod powers. Previous versions are available on DCComics and Superman.
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Thunderman

Donald Kent : Donald Blake x Clark Kent
Edward Kent : Edward Harrison x John Kent
Beth Kent : Beth Sooner x Martha Kent
Odin-El : Odin x Jor-El
Frira : Frigga x Lara
Thundergirl : Thorgirl x Supergil
Power Valkyrie : Valkyrie x Power Girl
Thunderboy : Thunderstrike x Superboy
Krypto Rey Bill : Krypto x Beta Rey Bill
Lois Foster : Jane Foster x Lois Lane
Jimstagg : Volstagg x Jimmy Olsen
Grim White : Grim x Perry White
Cat Fandral : Fandral x Cat Grant
Sifa : Sif x Lana Lang
Enemies
Lex Loki : Loki x Lex Luthor
Amora Luthor : Amora the Enchantress x Lena Luthor
Go'el the Krypsgard Butcher : Gorr the Godbutcher x H'el
Hellseid : Surtur x Darkseid
Malod the Emperor : Malekith the Accursed x General Zod
Silver Hela : Hela x Silver Banshee
Metroyer : Destroyer x Metallo
Ragnarok : Mangog x Doomsday
Parasite Man : Absorbing Man x Parasite
Mercy Skurge : Skurge the Executioner x Mercy Graves
Ulgul : Ulik x Mongul
Karwire : Karnilla x Livewire
Lauzarro : Laufey x Bizarro
Nonse : Kurse x Non
Ultra-Serpent : Midgard Serpent x Ultra-Humanite
Wreckerman : Wrecker x Toyman
Radioactive Skull : Radioactive Man x Atomic Skull
Loxima : Lorelei x Maxima
Solomon Gargoyle : Grey Gargoyle x Solomon Grundy
Magma : Quicksand x Volcana
Zarrniac the Collelctor : Zarrko,the Tommorow Man x Brainiac
Cyborg Thunderman : Ragnarok x Cyborg Superman
Ymptlk : Ymir x Mr Mxyzptlk
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Fantastic Family - Extended Members (Super Powered)

Continued from this thread:
https://www.reddit.com/Amalgam/comments/o960he/the_fantastic_family_main_members/
Here are the team's super-powered supporting characters:
  1. Supergirl (Kara)+ Silver Surfer = Super-Surfer
* Angelic figures from space of both their comic families
https://www.dccomics.com/characters/supergirl
https://marvel.fandom.com/wiki/Norrin_Radd_(Earth-616))
  1. Steel (John Henry Irons) + Ant-Man II = Armor-Ant
* Scientific ally. Both have memberships into the main superhero team of each universe. Both replaced the father-figure character when they were gone for a period.
https://dc.fandom.com/wiki/John_Henry_Irons_(Prime_Earth))
https://marvel.fandom.com/wiki/Scott_Lang_(Earth-616))
  1. Steel (Natasha Irons) + Stature = Skyscraper
* Female family member of above character.
https://dc.fandom.com/wiki/Natasha_Irons_(Prime_Earth))
https://marvel.fandom.com/wiki/Cassandra_Lang_(Earth-616))
  1. Supergirl (Matrix) + Ms. Marvel II = Ms. Matrix
* Both "deformed" alternative of another member of their comic book family. Both the 2nd and less popular legacy version of a female character from their universes.
https://dc.fandom.com/wiki/Matrix_(Pocket_Universe))
https://marvel.fandom.com/wiki/Sharon_Ventura_(Earth-616))
  1. Maxima + Thundra = Maximum Thundra
* Powerful, other dimensional, red-headed husband hunters. Sometimes ally/sometimes enemy. Thundra is kinda like Wonder Woman. Maxima always reminded me of Phoenix. Each a member of the Revenge Squad/Frightful Four.
https://dc.fandom.com/wiki/Maxima_(New_Earth))
https://marvel.fandom.com/wiki/Thundra_(Earth-715))
  1. Hyperman + Psi-Lord = Hyperlord
* Potential future versions of the team's son figure.
https://dc.fandom.com/wiki/Jonathan_Kent_II_(Earth-22))
https://marvel.fandom.com/wiki/Franklin_Richards_(Earth-6311))
  1. Krypto + Lockjaw = Kryptjaw, the Fantastic Dog
* Main canine figure of their respective universes.
https://dc.fandom.com/wiki/Krypto_(New_Earth))
https://marvel.fandom.com/wiki/Lockjaw_(Earth-616))
  1. Captain Thunder + Wyatt Wingfoot = Shazaman
*Native American allies with ties to my upcoming Mary Marvel/She-Hulk Amalgan.
https://dc.fandom.com/wiki/William_Fawcett_(Earth-276))
https://marvel.fandom.com/wiki/Wyatt_Wingfoot_(Earth-616))
  1. Power Girl II (Tanya Spears) + Ms. Thing = Ms. Thing II
* Substitute versions of the team bruisers.
https://dc.fandom.com/wiki/Tanya_Spears_(Prime_Earth))
https://marvel.fandom.com/wiki/Darla_Deering_(Earth-616))
  1. Superwoman (Kristin Wells) = Nova (Frankie Raye) = Supernova
* Female spin-off of the teams "younger brother" characters.
https://dc.fandom.com/wiki/Kristin_Wells_(Earth-One))
https://marvel.fandom.com/wiki/Frankie_Raye_(Earth-616))
  1. Wonder Man (Ajax the Superman Robot) + Roberta = Wondera
* Android gatekeepers of the HQ's.
https://dc.fandom.com/wiki/Ajax_(Earth-One))
https://marvel.fandom.com/wiki/Roberta_(Earth-616))
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Smashman

Bruce Kent : Bruce Banner x Clark Kent
Larecca : Rebecca Banner x Lara Lor-Van
Morris Kent : Morris Walters x John Kent
Susan Kent : Susan Banner x Martha Kent
Jimmy Jones : Rick Jones x Jimmy Olsen
Betty Lane : Betty Rose x Lois Lane
Ben White : Ben Gallaghter x Perry White
Nadia Lang : Nadia Blonsky x Lana Lang
Thunderbolt Lane : Thunderbolt Ross x Sam Lane
Jennifer Danvers : Jennifer Walters x Kara Danvers
Lyra Starr : Lyra x Carren Starr
Hiroy : Hiro-Kala x Superboy
Skaaroy : Skaar x John Kent 2
Maxera : Caiera x Maxima
Doc Steel : Doc Samson x Steel
Kong Cho : Amadeus Cho x Kong Kenan
Kryrius : Sirius x Krypto
Enemies
Lex Leader: Leader x Lex Luthor
Darkestro : Maestro x Darkseid
Brain King : Red King x Brainiac
Doomdigo : Wendigo x Doomsday
General Abomination : Abomination x General Zod
Tyranngul : Tyrannus x Mongul
Metal Beast : Bi-Beast x Metallo
Parasite Man : Absorbing Man x Parasite
Rezarro : Red Hulk x Bizarro
Cosmic Cyborg : Cosmic Hulk x Cyborg Superman
Wire Dynamo : Zzax x Livewire
Missing Solomon : Missing Link x Solomon Grundy
Mr Ring : Ring Master x Mr Mxyzptlk
Bri-El : Brian Bunner x Jor-El
Ultra Titan : Xemnu the Titan x Ultra-Humanite
Jaora : Jailbat x Faora
Toy Master : Metal Master x Toyman
Kalux : Flux x Kalibak
Lapilla : Moonstone x Volcana
Foes Squad
Silver Vector : Vector x Silver Banshee
Kryptoniteclad : Ironclad x Kryptonite Man
Vaporspot : Vapor x Bloodspot
Atomic Ray : X-Ray x Atomic Skull
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[USA-TX] [H] FormD T1 Silver, B450-F ATX Mobo, Ryzen 2600, Bykski AM4 Waterblock [W] Paypal

Recently upgraded to an Intel build so I'm trying to sell off some of my older AMD hardware as well as a FormD T1 I painted silver but have no need for.
Ryzen 2600 works perfectly, always ran stock or undervolted
B450-F I bought off another user on HWS also works great, currently I'm using it with 5600x so please let me know if I need to change the bios out but it did work when I tested my 2600 on it with new bios.
Bykski AM4 waterblock - works great no issues, budget block so the fins aren't too great but I've kept it clean and only ran distilled water
FormD T1 - Purchased from a friend so I could paint it silver, then I ended up going back to the black one I had since I liked the look better. The paint job isn't perfect since I did it by myself but the blemishes are very minor and the overall finish is still great on the front and sides.
Timestamp: https://imgur.com/a/XNQSFTU
Ryzen 2600 $115 + shipping
B450-F $85 + shipping
Silver FormD T1 $400 shipped
Bykski AM4 water block $45 shipped
2600 sold to u/KlutchKrypto B450 sold to u/Juststarsndomguy
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Help with a Magic Character

I've been on hiatus for the last few months in my campaign because of covid, so I took this opportunity to have my character "disappear" and when she comes back she will be completely reworked.
The initial concept was to be an Artificer, similar to Rick (Rick and Morty) but it wasn't the best for our campaign (high school). I wasn't a big fan of how restrictive and time-consuming inventing was, especially because of the high DC required to create more powerful inventions. It also didn't help when 8 months into the campaign my DM and I both realized that we had misunderstood the rules of inventing and I was actually doing it easier than it should have been.
So here is the issue, I am very fickle with what I play, being swayed from concept to concept on a near-daily basis. But here is what I know about myself:

Currently, the character I am most inspired by is Rune King Thor, so the concept is an array of magical effects (rune magic) and a magical weapon with its own seperate abilities. I don't like it when characters step too much into the realm of other characters, because I'm always worried I might accidentally make another player feel like I'm stealing their spotlight or something, so I'd love some help with some ideas, anything honestly. I have a month or so to come up with the new character as I will be returning around May
Here are the other characters in the party:
Other characters I'm inspired by (not necessarily the effects of their power, but also just the visuals):
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Super-Soldier |One Universe

Super-Soldier : Captain America x Superman
Soldiergirl : Bucky Burns x Supergirl
Power Soldier : Nomad x Power Girl
Patriotboy : Patriot x Superboy
Steel Falcon : Falcon x Steel
Steel Falcon 2 : Jim Wilson x Natasha Irons
Redlex : Redwing x Kelex
Patriotboy 2 : James Rogers x John Kent
Lana Carter : Peggy Carter x Lana Lang
Maggie Carter : Sharon Carter x Maggie Sawyer
Abraham Hamilton : Abraham Erskine x Emil Hamilton
Krypto the Spacedog : Krypto x Cosmo
B-Man : D-Man x Bibbo Bibbowski
Pantherophis : Diamondback x Maxima
Battlebuster : Battlestar x Gangbuster
John Rogers : Joseph Rogers x John Kent
Martha Rogers : Sarah Rogers x Martha Kent
Enemies
Green Skull : Red Skull x Lex Luthor
Lena Schmidt : Sin x Lena Luthor
Contessa Superia : Superia x Contessa
Darkos : Thanos x Darkseid
Baron Zod : Baron Strucker x General Zod
Baron Zemgul : Baron Zemo x Mongul
Metaltron : Ultron x Metallo
MXYDOK : MODOK x Mxyztplk
Bizarre-Soldier : Charlie America x Bizarro
Doomside : Protocide x Doomsday
Bloodmaster : Taskmaster x Bloodsport
Toysmith : Machinesmith x Toyman
Conquerniax : Kang x Brainiac
Fugue : Porcupine x Parasite
Baroness Zemgal : Baroness Zemo x Mongal
Dredmund the Banshee : Dredmund the Druid x Silver Banshee
Doctor Westfield : Doctor Faustus x Paul Westfield
Varroc : Batroc x Vartox
Blue Conduit : Blue Streak x Conduit
Revenge Empire : Secret Empire x Superman Revenge Squad
Cross Skull : Crossbones x Atomic Skull
Cyberdroid : Ameridroid x Superman Cyborg
Punishment Elite : Punishment Squad x Elite
Vertano : Vermin x Titano
ULTI'el : ULTIMATUM X H'el
Anomaly Soldier : Nuke x Anomaly
Kryptoniteboy : Doughboy x Kryptonite Mam
Night Volcana : Deadly Nightshade x Volcana
Mother Mercy : Mother Night x Mercy Graves
The Starry Knights : Zodiacs x Jihad
CAPE : CAP x Eradicator
The Cadre of Killers : Hero Killers x The Cadre
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How powerful is the Oculus Quest 2? - Part 2: Is the Quest 2 truly as powerful as an Xbox One S?

How powerful is the Oculus Quest 2? - Part 2: Is the Quest 2 truly as powerful as an Xbox One S?
How powerful is the Oculus Quest 2? – Part 2
Let’s Revisit: “The Oculus Quest 2 is approximately as powerful as an Xbox One S” - Is the Quest 2 truly as powerful as an Xbox One S?
(Written and posted January 2021 by MaybeVRoomer)

TL; DR 6400 words: Not quite.

Prologue
Firstly, I’d like to thank everyone for all the interest, attention and support my previous post got (now referred to as Part 1). I was very glad to see my very first Reddit post stirred a lot of discussion and thanks to your comments, critiques and links, I am able to write Part 2 with far more information than I otherwise would have found, and with far more points that I otherwise might have overlooked, so thank you! I would also like to apologise in advance for the length of this post, which is much longer than Part 1 (ughh I know). I do however believe it to be important to show each step of research with all the references, evidence and data that has been gathered relating to this topic, so if you manage to read through all of this, thank you very much!
Due to the influx of new info now available, I will have to dedicate this post to readdress Part 1, going into detail about the Quest 2’s specs and performance, the Xbox One S’ specs and performance, and finally a more accurate comparison between the two. This means that a detailed explanation as to why Quest 2 games don’t and won’t look as good as Xbox One games will have to wait for Part 3, but here is a quick snippet about one of the most obvious factors (and there are many other factors that will need to be addressed): whilst Xbox One S games target 900p-1080p at 30fps, or 720p-900p at 60fps, the Quest 2 usually targets anywhere between its default render resolution of 2880x1584 (combined) all the way up to the display’s native 3664x1920 (combined) at frame rates of 72-90fps no less. If the two systems do in fact have similar hardware capabilities, it is without a doubt necessary for visual fidelity and complexity to be scaled down from what might have looked like PS4/Xbox One equivalents to roughly PS3/X360 levels in order for them to be rendered at this combination high resolution and framerate. So, what you see in most native Quest 2 games are indeed essentially PS3/X360 era graphics but rendered at much higher resolutions with higher framerates (think Contractors, Star Wars TFTGE or Red Matter). The other factors I’ll go into another time, so let’s get back to the main topic.
As mentioned in Part 1, comparing different hardware with different architecture is challenging, therefore, we can only use the data and tools we have available to us (which is no doubt better than no data at all) to give us at least a ballpark idea of what we are working with. Please feel free to go back and read through Part 1 which has been left unchanged except for the updated subheading and links to this post.

(Section 1.1) - Introduction
To begin, here’s a recap of the basic hardware specifications for both the Oculus Quest 2 and the Microsoft Xbox One S in the table below.
Specifications: Quest 2 & Xbox One S (sources: Quest 2 & Xbox One S)

In Part 1, two claims were made. Firstly, that the Quest 2 is as roughly as powerful as an AMD Ryzen 5 3400G and secondly, that based on this, the Quest 2 is as powerful as an Xbox One S. Part 1 was written around the time of the Quest 2’s release and was based on the limited data that was available at the time. Since then, there has been a much larger pool of more accurate data that we now have access to, which we will use throughout this post. We used and will continue to use the Xbox One S model as a comparison as it is the most recent base Xbox of the previous (eighth) console generation, superseding the original (2013) Xbox One in 2016 with only a few improvements. These improvements include a more cost-effective and energy efficient 16nm process, a 7.1% GPU clock speed increase and a 15GB/s bandwidth increase for its 32MB ESRAM, with all other relevant specifications being virtually identical. This also puts the Xbox One S comfortably between the original Xbox One and base PS4. Therefore, if the Quest 2 were to be as powerful as an Xbox One S, the claim could easily be made that the Quest 2 is as powerful as an eighth-generation home console. Whether this claim could now be made is what this post aims to find out.
So, going back to the claims made in Part 1, is an XR2 chipset still as powerful as an AMD Ryzen 5 3400G? Overall, the answer to this is still a YES (roughly). Is the AMD Ryzen 5 3400G as powerful as an Xbox One S? For this, the answer is also still a YES. So, is the Quest 2 really as powerful as an Xbox One S? As a whole, this is now a big big NO! A bit confusing right? Let’s dive in.

(Section 2.1) CPU: Quest 2’s SoC and the XR2 - Same but not the same?

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Here, we go into the Oculus Quest 2’s system-on-a-chip (SoC) and its CPU. As mentioned in Part 1, the Qualcomm Snapdragon XR2 SoC (which is a modified Snapdragon 865 built for standalone VR) powers the Quest 2. The XR2 features a 'Kryo 585' 8-core CPU, 'Adreno 650' GPU and 6GB of onboard RAM. At the time of writing Part 1, the only benchmark available that featured the XR2 happened to be of a yet unreleased version of the HTC Vive Focus headset, and in terms of CPU and GPU performance it benchmarked a score that was virtually on par with the those of an AMD Ryzen 5 3400G Desktop APU (why this APU was used as a comparison is explained in Part 1). The 3400G also performed marginally better than an Xbox One S in most game benchmarks, leading to the conclusion that if an XR2 (and by extension the Quest 2 that it powers) is approximately as powerful as a 3400G, then it should be at least as powerful as an Xbox One S.
Since the Quest 2’s release, users have managed to benchmark the headset’s CPU by sideloading Geekbench 5, a widely used cross-platform/cross-architecture CPU benchmarking tool, and the results were surprising. The median scores of Quest 2’s CPU performance benchmark were “Single Core: 451, Multi-core: 1357”, each of which is less than half the benchmark scores of the CPU on an HTC Vive Focus (XR2) despite the two headsets supposedly sharing identical SoCs.

HTC Vive Focus (XR2) vs Oculus Quest 2 - Geekbench 5 CPU Benchmark Comparison (Source)

This also means the Quest 2’s CPU scores much lower than the CPU onboard an AMD Ryzen 5 3400G APU. UploadVR have also written an article to cover their own benchmarking tests, which help provide us with a bit more info on this topic. In it, they show their own Geekbench 5 results for the Quest 2, with scores approximately 18-24% higher than the median score of the user uploaded results and much higher than the top user uploaded score, but still much lower than that of the XR2 powered Vive Focus. The reason for the discrepancy between the user-uploaded Quest 2 results and UploadVR’s can be explained by a clarification in their article. For their CPU benchmark test, UploadVR mentions that the guardian system was turned off, a blank home-screen was installed and clock speeds were maximised to the limit the system would allow, therefore we can consider that these figures may actually not reflect a realistic use-case scenario. Even if we were to include this dataset to the pool of user-uploaded results, this has almost no effect to raise the median score-pair as the next dataset up is virtually identical. When comparing the benchmark results to those of a mobile device powered by a Snapdragon 865, such as the ASUS Zenfone 7, we see the phone also scores much higher on CPU performance than the Quest 2 and, as expected, near identically to the HTC Vive Focus (XR2).

Oculus Quest 2 vs Asus Zenfone 7 - Geekbench 5 CPU Benchmark Comparison (Source)

HTC Vive Focus (XR2) vs Asus Zenfone 7 - Geekbench 5 CPU Benchmark Comparison (Source)

(Section 2.2) So why is the Quest 2 CPU performing so much worse?
When asked by Twitter users, John Carmack of Oculus/Facebook confirmed that the speed of several cores in the Quest 2’s CPU have been intentionally underclocked to “about half”, which appears to correlate with the Geekbench user results (he also mentions the GPU is clocked “most of the way up” which we will come back to later in this post). This seems to have been done to ensure a reasonable battery life, and to prevent thermal throttling/overheating. To put this into perspective, the XR2/865’s CPU when stock and unconstrained features different clock speeds for each of its 8 cores by default. The single ‘Prime’ core is by default the fastest with boost of up to 2.84 GHz, followed by each of the three secondary ‘Gold’ cores that go up to 2.42 GHz, and finally the four remaining ‘Silver’ cores which are clocked at 1.80GHz. However, in the case of the Quest 2, the Prime and Gold cores being the more power-hungry cores have had their clock speeds reduced to frequencies lower than those of the Silver-cores, explaining the dramatic difference in the Geekbench results between the Quest 2 and the HTC Vive Focus (XR2). Using their own Android tools, UploadVR are also able to corroborate this and report that the Gold-cores of the Quest 2 operate at 1.5GHz and the Silver-cores remain unchanged at 1.8GHz (incorrectly labelled as “1.9GHz”), with no mention of speed of the single Prime-core, but which we now know is below 1.5GHz. John Carmack has also stated that in future, clock speeds could be boosted higher for short periods for start-up (either for the system, apps or games) suggesting the caps to the core speeds are done through software (and by extension, these could theoretically be unlocked with a firmware update, although this seems highly unlikely to happen).

CPU Comparison
As a side-note, it’s worth mentioning that whilst preserving battery life on a phone with an 865 (such as a Zenfone 7) is indeed important, phones do not have to constantly track their position in 3D space to near millimetre precision, let alone two wireless controllers at the frequency needed for smooth and reliable tracking in addition to running fairly complex 3D games. Therefore, even with a higher clocked CPU, phones are able to run for much longer due to the lower demands on them. We can see evidence of the high energy demand of the Quest 2 with its relatively short 2-hour gameplay time when using the built-in battery, even with its fairly decent capacity of 3640mAh.
So, what about the Geekbench score for the HTC Vive Focus (XR2), why is this headset seemingly able to perform so much better than a Quest 2? Well, we can speculate two theories. One is that since the Vive Focus is a standalone headset meant for enterprise customers (businesses) and not for home consumers, it can afford to be bigger, heavier, noisier and pricier than the Quest 2. This would allow for sufficient room and budget to include a beefier cooling system and even a higher capacity battery to be able to take full advantage of the XR2’s capabilities. Second theory is that since the XR2 based Vive Focus is still unreleased (thus, could still be in development), this benchmark was done as a test in a sterile best-case scenario, ignoring (or at least lowering) the consideration of power and thermal constraints that would need to be factored in before it is released. Either way, the benchmarks for the Vive Focus match those of a Snapdragon 865 powered phone, so it is highly likely that they accurately reflect the capabilities of the chipset itself when unconstrained.
So, to summarise this section; a stock XR2/865’s Kryo 585 CPU as seen in the Vive Focus and Asus Zenfone 7 is still equivalent in performance to an AMD Ryzen 5 3400G’s CPU as stated in Part 1. However, due to battery life and thermal constraints the the Quest 2’s CPU has been significantly down-clocked and therefore is indeed much slower and lower performing than that of a stock XR2/865. This means that the Quest 2’s CPU is not even close to the performance of the AMD Ryzen 5 3400G’s CPU.

(Section 3.1) GPU: Quest 2’s Adreno 650
Quest 2’s GPU is the Adreno 650 which is packaged onboard all Snapdragon XR2/865 systems. The default clock speed for the Adreno 650 on a stock XR2/865 is 587MHz, however as Carmack mentioned, the Quest 2 has its GPU under-clocked, although nowhere near the down-clock seen on the CPU. The exact speed at which the Quest 2’s GPU is operating is at first unclear. Thankfully, UploadVR in their benchmark article have included one piece of data regarding the Quest 2’s GPU. For this they used GFXBench 5.0, another cross-platform/cross-architecture tool but specifically for benchmarking GPU performance, using the latest benchmark within called ‘Aztec Ruins’ which simulates recent game titles.
Using the Aztec Ruins Higher Tier (1440p) Offscreen test running on the Quest 2, Upload VR have reported a score of 1142 (the number of frames that were able to be rendered within the duration of the benchmark), where the higher the score the better. “Offscreen” is the method used as it renders at a set resolution (in this case 1440p) as opposed to the “Onscreen” test which renders at a device’s native resolution or the resolution of the display that is plugged into it which would make comparisons needlessly more challenging. Unfortunately, the results for the 1080p version of the Aztec Ruins benchmark as well as other legacy benchmarks included within GFXBench such as ‘Car Chase’ (GFXBench 4) and ‘Manhattan 3.1’ (GFXBench 3) are not reported. In any case, thanks to UploadVR’s reported benchmark score, we can actually calculate a ballpark estimate for the Quest 2’s GPU clock speed.
This is done by first finding the same GFXBench test results for the Asus Zenfone 7 which features a stock Adreno 650 GPU at 587mhz, in addition to those for its more powerful gaming-oriented relative, the Asus ROG Phone 3, which also features an Adreno 650 but at a higher clock speed of 670Mhz. Given that we have two frequencies for the same type of GPU as the Quest 2, as well as the benchmark scores for each frequency, we can use a simple rate of change (deceleration) formula to give us the estimated clock speed that would achieve the 1142 score reported.

Asus ROG Phone 3 vs Asus Zenfone 7, GFXBench 5 GPU Benchmark Comparison (Source)

  • To get our rate of change for the 1440p benchmark: -(670-587) ÷ (1419-1314) = -0.79 MHz/frame
  • Then to get our estimated clock speed: 587+(-0.79(1314-1142)) = 451MHz

This would lead us to an estimated clock speed of 451MHz, a 23% drop in speed compared to stock, correlating with Carmack’s “most of the way up” comment. Again, this is an estimate and may not be the actual frequency, but is probably close. Using this frequency and the same formula, we are also able to calculate the ballpark estimate for the Aztec Ruins Normal Tier (1080p) Offscreen test.

  • Rate of change for 1080p benchmark: -(3751-3483) ÷ (670-587) = -3.23 frames/MHz
  • Then to get the estimated score for 451MHz: 3483+(-3.23(587-451) = 3043.72
This gives us a Quest 2 benchmark score of approximately 3044 frames. This suggests the Quest 2’s GPU is a 12.6-13.1% drop in performance when compared to a stock Adreno 650.
Adreno 650 GPU Performance Comparisons

It should be also be noted here that tech page GSMArena was found to have already attempted to benchmark the Quest 2's CPU and GPU in their review, however, when studying their results as of January 2021, it is very clear they have been mislabeled and/or rearranged. This is evident from their reported single-core score being much higher than that of the multi-core, which obviously makes no sense. In addition, regarding the GPU, their GFXbench 4 scores show the ‘Offscreen’ (rendered at 1080p) results being far worse than ‘Onscreen’ (rendered at Quest 2's display resolution), which again does not add up at all, even if we were to consider the possibility of some sort of bug where it only renders at the resolution for a single eye. Due to these inconsistencies throughout the benchmark section of this review, GSMArena’s Quest 2 benchmark results cannot be trusted enough to be used as valid data for this post.

(Section 4.1) The AMD A9 9820 APU – An Xbox One SoC for PC?
So now with more understanding of the Quest 2’s capabilities, how will we be able to compare a Quest 2 and an Xbox One S?
For this we will again need to be able to quantify the performance of an Xbox One S first. Thankfully, a very useful gem has been uncovered since Part 1 was written. In late 2020, a mysterious motherboard with an even more mysterious AMD “A9-9820” APU soldered onboard was listed on the Chinese site AliExpress, with rumours circulating the web that this could be a modified Xbox One (Original) SoC for PC use. This mysterious APU was never officially released directly consumers, and given its model designation, it was speculated this model was developed and manufactured years ago. Doing a quick search revealed a 3DMark leak from early 2019 that shows the AMD A9-9820 APU as part of a family of three closely related AMD products, the other two being the ‘RX-8125’ and ‘RX-8120’ (not to be confused with unrelated "FX-8120" AMD CPU) with advertised base/boost clocks of 2.3Ghz/2.395Ghz and 1.7Ghz/1.795Ghz respectively.

Motherboard with AMD A9-9820 APU
Only very recently, several Youtube channels and tech reviewers have managed to get their hands on these units and can now confirm that the A9-9820 is indeed essentially a modified Xbox One (2013) APU for PC. The related RX-8125 and RX-8120 in fact appear to represent the same CPU as onboard the A9-9820. More specifically each designation is not itself a different model of CPU but instead represent one of the two clock speeds the CPU on the A9 is able to operate at, with the RX-8120 mode at base clock speed and RX-8125 at boost clock speed, with the A9-9820 being able to switch between these two states automatically by default. At roughly the same time as the AliExpress listing, a prebuilt budget PC marketed as the ‘Chuwi Aerobox’ from the Chinese brand Chuwi came to light. Also powered by the A9-9820 APU it was set to be released in 2020 for the East Asian market. It is now believed that the motherboards listed on AliExpress were intended to be installed in Aerobox units, but were sold as spare parts for whatever reason.

Chuwi Aerobox - PC with AMD A9-9820 APU

Thanks to the Youtube channel Socket Sanctuary, the techblog The Chip Collective, and twitter user momomo_us (Link) we have a great idea of what’s under the hood of an A9-9820 motherboard. Linustechtips also briefly covers this SoC in their video. Furthermore, tech website Anandtech has managed to receive a fully assembled and functioning unit of a Chuwi Aerobox and together we are able to derive more data that will help us compare the Quest 2 against the Xbox One S more accurately (https://www.anandtech.com/show/16336/installing-windows-on-an-xbox-one-s-apu-the-chuwi-aerobox-review). Exactly like the original Xbox One of 2013, the A9-9820 has a die size of 363mm2, a CPU with 8 Jaguar cores and was manufactured in 2014 (the same time-frame as when the original Xbox Ones were still being produced). Even the integrated GPU of the A9-9820 was identified as an “RX-350” with the code-name “Kryptos”. While the Xbox One’s GPU was code-named “Durango”, the “Kryptos” code-name is very significant as it was the exact code-name used for the Xbox One console as a whole before its release, further reinforcing the likelihood that this is indeed an Xbox One SoC.

(Section 4.2) A9-9820 = Xbox One
So how close is it? Despite the similarities, there are several very important differences worth noting. Firstly, the CPU on the A9-9820 is able to boost from its base clock of 1.75GHz to 2.35GHz by default, whereas on the Xbox One/S they are fixed at a 1.75Ghz, meaning the A9’s CPU will no doubt perform better by default. Secondly, in the case of the A9-9820, the GPU’s render config readings appear to be inconsistent from one reviewer to the next. In Socket Sancturary’s video of the motherboard-only unit, the render configuration appears to show readings of 384:24:8 (shader units, texture mapping units (TMUs), and render output units (ROPs) respectively) with an undisclosed number of compute units (CUs). This configuration also happens to be exactly half the render config values of the GPU in an Xbox One/S which has 768:48:16 (with 12 CUs). In both Anandtech and The Chip Collective’s review of the Aerobox however, the readout displays 896 shader units and 14 CUs which is what we would expect from an unconstrained Xbox One S GPU as it is well known that a number of shader units, TMUs and CUs are factory disabled on the console. Based on these readouts the full render config is likely to be 896:56:16 in line with other AMD GPUs with the same number of shader units. The Chip Collective in their post highlight that the 14 CU readout for the Aerobox is likely false, as their calculation makes it more probable that the Aerobox also has 2 CUs disabled, leaving 12 like the Xbox One S. This seems to suggest that the Aerobox comes with a fully unconstrained APU apart from the 2CUs, while those that were sold only the motherboard assembly appear have a good portion of their render units disabled for unknown reasons. In any case we can expect the Aerobox GPU to be theoretically more powerful than an Xbox One S’.
Another mysterious aspect of the “RX-350” GPU is its designation, as it is and integrated GPU model that has not been seen before. The designation implies that it is related to the discrete R7-350 desktop GPU first released in 2015 and built on AMD’s GCN 1.0 architecture, as no other known GPU model has an R prefix with a 350 suffix. Even on the official product page for the Chuwi Aerobox, the GPU is listed as a “R7-350”, although inconsistent with the listing as the “RX-350” on the specifications page of the same site, suggesting a type-o. The Chip Collective, having investigated further, state that through their calculations, the GPU is most certainly not an R7-350, and it is most likely a “Bonaire” (GCN2.0) based GPU. This conclusion is based on the tested float performance value (teraflops) of the “RX-350” and using its reported render config, CU count and required clock speed to achieve that stated float performance as a comparison against existing discrete AMD R-series graphics cards. Based on these, the “RX-350” sways much closer to the GCN 2.0 “Bonaire” based R7 260/360 GPUs and not the GCN 1.0 based R7 250/350 models. Reviewing their findings, we can also reach the same conclusion and this is further supported by an early article covering the Xbox One by renowned game tech site Digital Foundry. We can even add a supporting theory, that given that the Xbox One, R7 250 and R7 260 were released in 2013 (and at that point the R7 300 series had not even been announced yet), the “RX-350” was most probably a working title and placeholder designation for a GCN 2.0 based GPU that was used for both the Xbox One and was also intended to be the basis for the replacement of the R7-250. In actuality, what appears to have happened instead was the “RX-350” designation (and only the designation) was recycled and applied to a 2015 re-release of their GCN1.0 based R7 250 model, repackaged as the “R7 350”. All in all, we can be confident from these findings that the “RX-350” GPU in the Aerobox/A9-9820 APU is indeed not an R7 350.
Another difference between the Aerobox and Xbox One S GPUs is clock speed which is reported as 985MHz on the Aerobox, as opposed to the Xbox One S’ 914MHz (853Mhz on the original Xbox One). A significant difference which would inevitably lead to an expected performance advantage for the Aerobox. Next, the Xbox One S consoles features 32 MB of ultra-highspeed ESRAM to help minimise bandwidth bottlenecking and to compensate for its use of slower 8GB of DDR3 as its main memory. The A9-9820 APU on the other hand has no onboard ESRAM and relies solely on whatever DDR3 RAM is installed, creating a potential memory bandwidth bottleneck. It also appears that on the A9, only up to 2GB of the installed RAM can be allocated to the GPU as VRAM. Whether this implies that a similar cap is in place for the Xbox One/S GPU is unclear but given its release at a time when 2GB discrete graphics cards were the norm in higher-end gaming GPUs, it appears likely. We could theorise that at the very most, only half the total memory would be allocated to the GPU as the rest would be needed for other tasks (so up to 4GB total allocated for the Xbox One GPU in an extreme case perhaps, but this is in theory). Lastly, pretty much all who have reviewed the A9-9820 highlight a lack of driver support for its GPU, with many of the drivers being extremely dated and prone to crashes, which is not a huge surprise given that this SoC was unlikely to have been designed to run Windows 10 in 2020 and beyond. This poses a serious problem when benchmarking games on this APU as seen in Anandtech’s review, where the Aerobox performs nowhere near Xbox One levels in games.

(Section 4.3) ‘Building’ our Xbox One S equivalent
These findings confirm that the A9-9820 in the Chuwi Aerobox is indeed a modified and virtually unlocked/unconstrained version of the APU in the Xbox One S. Despite this, we cannot use the Aerobox/A9-9820 as a whole as a fair stand-in for an Xbox One S. The GPU specs on paper are close but not close enough and the driver issues would mean any GPU benchmark would be unlikely to reflect the true capabilities of the actual hardware. Thankfully, with the data gathered from studying the A9, we can identify what can be used instead.

As previously mentioned, the RX-8120 CPU mode is advertised to cap at a peak of 1.795Ghz, however, by switching the A9-9820 into RX-8120 mode, this in fact caps it at 1.75Ghz instead, giving it identical specifications to the Xbox One S CPU, which we can use as an ideal stand-in for our CPU comparison. This CPU configuration has only very recently been benchmarked and the results show “Single-core: 222, Multi-Core: 1379”.

RX-8120 CPU - Geekbench 5 CPU Benchmark Results (Source)
For the GPU, given that we have identified the onboard graphics as an GCN2.0 Bonaire based system but with several render units and CUs disabled, we can compare it to other discrete GCN 2.0 models with similar specifications. The most obvious pick would be the R7 260 given its similar release date as well as its identical render configuration and CU count to the Xbox One’s (not to mention it is also one model up from the R7 250 as the “RX-350” is theorised to have intended to be). The R7 260 also has a bigger brother called the R7 260X which like the “RX-350” has all its renders units unlocked but with all 14 CUs as well, giving it a closer match to the Aerobox’s unlocked GPU, although this is no longer relevant for our purposes as we are looking for the Xbox One S equivalent, not the Aerobox.
Going back to the standard R7 260, again we see several differences between this GPU and the Xbox One S’ with the former clocked much higher at 1000MHz, and also utilising GDDR5 giving it 96GB/s of bandwidth. Therefore, even with just the clock speed advantage alone we can expect this GPU to perform significantly better than an Xbox One S. Unfortunately, no GFXBench results for the R7 260 were available, but the near-identical R7 360 GPU would work just as well for our purposes. The R7 360 is essentially a repackaged R7 260 but with a 1050mhz boost clock, using the 2015 version of “Bonaire” known as “Tobago” (also GCN 2.0). The important thing is that the GPUs we use for our calculation feature the same architecture, render config and number of compute units as the Xbox One S. Looking at a full list of AMD’s GCN 2.0 releases we can identify another GPU that looks to be even closer to the spec of the Xbox One S and that is the AMD FirePro W5100, again a Bonaire based GPU.

List of mentioned GCN 2.0 GPUs (Note: Radeon R7 360 boost clock of 1050MHz not shown on this chart). (Source)
On release, the W5100 was marketed as a professional workstation GPU but its specs show that is also essentially a R7 260 but with a lower clock speed at 930MHz and double the memory at 4GB. All other specifications including 96GB/s GDDR5 bandwidth appear identical between the two. With the clock speed being only 16Mhz faster than the Xbox One S GPU, we can surmise that the W5100 would perform just marginally better in games, but this is not without a few caveats. Firstly, while the W5100 performs slightly worse than the R7 360 as you will see below, we do not know how much of this gap is kept relatively small thanks to the W5100’s 4GB of VRAM and whether there would be a bigger drop if the W5100 came with 2GB of RAM instead. We can only assume this difference would be negligible for these tests. Secondly, as both of these discrete GPUs utilise GDDR5 exclusively, we will also have to assume that this only gives a negligible advantage to what a true Xbox One S GPU with its ESRAM aided DDR3 would benchmark at, as there are no other GPUs with more similar specifications. In any case, based on the W5100’s superior specifications, the Xbox One S GPU would be expected to perform below, and not equal or above the W5100 in benchmarks.

Xbox One S PC Equivalent Specifications

AMD R7 360 vs AMD W5100 - GFXBench 5 GPU Benchmark Comparison (Source)

A quick check confirms the R7 360 outperforms the W5100 in GFXbench, so off we go. Using Aztec Ruins Offscreen results, both at 1080p and 1440p, we can use the same rate of change formula as earlier to calculate the drop in clock frequency for every drop in frame between the R7 360 to the W5100, for each of the two resolutions. Extrapolating this to a GPU clocked at 914MHz gives us our ballpark Xbox One S GPU estimate, with a score of 1950 at 1440p, and 4854 at 1080p.

Xbox One S Estimated GPU Performance

(Section 5.1) Finally comparing the Quest 2 and Xbox One S
Now that we have the benchmark values for both the Quest 2 and Xbox One’s CPU and GPU, we can finally put them head-to-head.

Xbox One S vs Quest 2 Performance Comparison

CPU Comparison
When comparing the Quest 2’s CPU and the Xbox One S / RX-8120 CPU we see nearly double performance in single-core on the Quest 2. More importantly, seeing as the maximum performance capabilities are achieved when using all cores, we see near identical results on the multi-core scores with and ever so slight advantage for the RX-8120, although at a 1.6% difference this is well within the margin for error. From this we can conclude that the Quest 2’s CPU at the very least is as powerful as an Xbox One’s CPU if not more-so due to the superior single-core performance.
CPU Winner: Tie

GPU Comparison
For the GPU we see the Xbox One S as the clear winner with a GPU that is 60-70% more powerful than the Quest 2 (or the Quest 2 having a 37-41% weaker GPU than the Xbox One S). With such a large gap on this key component, the Quest 2 is in no way able to perform to the level the Xbox One S can reach.
GPU Winner: Xbox One S

RAM Comparison:
The onboard RAM can easily be compared using memory capacity and memory bandwidth which are listed throughout the web. The Xbox One S features 8GB of DDR3 with 256bits at 2133Mhz, resulting in a memory bandwidth of 68.3GB/s as well as an additional 32MB of high speed ESRAM at 219GB/s. The Quest 2’s RAM is specified as 6GB of LPDDR5 with 16bits at 2750Mhz, resulting in a bandwidth of 44GB/s. Even when excluding the ESRAM, this gives the Xbox One S a clear edge with 33% more memory capacity and 55% higher memory bandwidth. This essentially means the Xbox One S is able to load assets quicker and store more of them on the fly than the Quest 2 can.
RAM Winner: Xbox One S

Bonus: Ryzen AMD Ryzen 3400G vs Xbox One S (Section 6.1)
Performance Comparison with Vega 11 included (Sources: CPU, GPU)
Before we conclude, lets address one last point. In the table above, we’ve included GFXBench results of the Vega 11 GPU%20Vega%2011%20Graphics&did=63140191&D=AMD%20Radeon(TM)%20Vega%2011%20Graphics), the same model onboard an AMD Ryzen 5 3400G APU. In Part 1 we established the 3400G’s CPU performance is on par with the (unconstrained) XR2’s Kryo 585 CPU, and that the GPU’s were relatively comparable with a slight advantage to the Vega 11 (based on the more limited ‘3DMark Ice Storm Unlimited Graphics’ benchmark scores). Using GFXbench this time, we do in fact see similar results again, although with a slightly larger performance advantage to the Vega 11. So, if the Xbox One GPU is more capable than the XR2’s Adreno 650 GPU as well as AMD’s Vega 11 GPU, how is it that the AMD Ryzen 5 3400G APU performs better in actual games than the Xbox One S as mentioned in Part 1? This is highly likely due to the much more powerful CPU on the 3400G, with performance that is more than double that of the Xbox One S CPU (RX-8120). This allows the 3400G to perform better in game overall despite its slightly weaker GPU, utilising its CPU to help overcome the GPU disadvantage, especially in more CPU demanding titles.

Conclusion (Section 7.1)
So, there we have it. The Quest 2 is undoubtedly not as powerful as an Xbox One S, contrary to the initial claim made in Part 1. This is mostly due to the significant down-clocking of both the CPU and GPU featured on the Quest 2, a design and engineering decision made for the purposes of preserving battery life and preventing overheating. Despite similar CPU performance as the Xbox One S even after it’s down-clock, the Quest 2’s significantly less capable GPU and lower memory bandwidth prevent it from being able to achieve comparable performance as a system as a whole. Therefore, we can also conclude that the Quest 2 is not able to achieve the performance we’d expect of an eight-generation home console.
In regards to the XR2 SoC however, we can still see that when the chipset is unconstrained, it is able to achieve similar CPU performance and slightly lower GPU performance to that of an AMD 3400G APU. Given the 3400G’s comparable if not, superior game performance to an Xbox One S (in Part 1), had the Quest 2 featured and unconstrained XR2 and if that were to be possible, we would expect to see more comparable performance to that of an Xbox One S.

Thank you very much for reading.In Part 3 we will discuss why Quest 2 games look the way they do, what to expect in future Quest releases and whether we can expect ports of some of the most popular PCVR titles. It will also be much shorter, I promise!
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