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Come on, he just wants to quench his first for adventure!
And XPs and maybe good loot, or death.
It’s a superheroic universe. It’s a crashed meteor.
Logically, the first persons on site get to scream as a blinding light fills the creen, then no one ever hears about them again, with the implication being they were vivisected/devoured/disintegrated.
Yeah, that guy’s an idiot.
One of them will absorb the soul of the creature driving the wrecked spaceship, and the other will absorb the soul of the prisoner on-board; both will be enhanced by the energies from the meteor that struck the spaceship to begin with.
The rest of the story writes itself.
OR they will spend a night curled up beside it for warmth and become immortal.
Or it’s a starship where a dying alien pawns some junk or trinket on them.
In a superhero universe, when a meteor falls to Earth, Ant-Man was made.
It could always be a rocket with an alien baby inside.
that just froze to death because you guys couldn’t be bothered to bring the poor kid a blanket!
I was leaning towards the “touch glowing rock at center of crater and gain power cosmic” trope myself
But they’re way too far north to be in a horror movie. Everyone knows that the horror movie monster’s habitat is in the temperate zones where their natural prey – oblivious teenagers – are more likely to be out and about in revealing clothing.
In that case, it’s either a formless horror, or a kaijuu and will head for Tokyo the second a convenient nuclear-energy-based event takes place.
Have you even watched The Thing?
That or some Lovecraftian tale.
Ah, a love story, I approve!
Love and crafts, good bedtime stories!
Oh, I may need a reminder, but where exactly is the Wendigo in the Marvel Universe? I’m pretty sure he’s not hanging out in the tropics of the equator…
And based on Algonquian folklore.
Tell that to “The Thing”
More correctly, “The Thing from Another World”, as it’s set in the Arctic, whereas “The Thing”, and the short story “Who goes There?” that both films are based on, is set in the Antarctic.
(2nd panel). Oh great, now we got Element Bender Boy…
“I foresaw your death last night.”
“Stop saying that!”
See it this way:
If this IS a horrormovie, you two are the only people to become vicims in the nearby area.
So you either face it prepared when it still has comet-lag, or unprepared in your sleep.
Come on, dude, this is a superhero universe. It’s either:
a) an alien supervillain, in which case you’re already too close,
b) an alien superhero, in which case investigating is probably safe, and may earn you a powerful benefactor,
c) a Kirby-Krackle-radiating space object, in which case it’s a superhero origin up for grabs.
In no case will it just give you cancer.
Even the Inuit have gotten genre-savvy.
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