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CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Monday, June 29, 2009 at 11:04 PM
Guest Commentator VIKING HUNTRESS says: "I would eat the Montauk Monster!"
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on at 4:40 AM
Guest Commentator BRAINSUCKER says: "Is paranormal like subnormal?!"
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Saturday, June 27, 2009 at 8:28 PM
Guest Commentator BLOOD MISTRESS says: "We drink a lot of Monster here in Hell!"
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on at 1:15 AM
Guest Commentator CHROMESHINE says: "Cyborgs are much better... we have skin!"
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Friday, June 26, 2009 at 2:35 AM
Versus Game #39. Is this the guy from "Assassin's Creed" in the far future? We may never know, but they both wear a hood! This guy is from "Prototype" for the PS3. I was weary of what to think of this game hearing that it had an open world similar to "Grand Theft Auto 4" with the map as a circle in the corner but then I checked it out, this game rocks! The open world really is the only way to do a game like this. To me "open world" means plenty to keep you entertained. In the case of this game that is totally true. Keeping up with the cyberpunk theme I decided on this one since I love mutants and plots with viruses or zombies or the like. What threw me off was how he can fly, but he's much more than you can imagine. He's got abilities that could only be likened to a super hero but his powers were created by science. Go figure that he ends up hating his powers and seeks to find out who did that to him. In the end isn't it all fate if he saves the city from a deadly virus? Sometimes things happen to us to make other things possible. If I were him I'd love having those powers. So he can't remember anything, damn, well that would suck though. This game to me is damn near perfect. The way he can absorb other people and look like them is wild, makes you wonder just what they did to him. I'd like to learn what happened. This game kicks ass and then some!
Guest Commentator BLUE FIEND says: "Now all he needs is some blue fur!"
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Thursday, June 25, 2009 at 11:53 PM
Guest Commentator BONE COLLECTOR says: "Sometimes ya gotta mate with a human!"
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on at 11:33 PM
When it comes to building muscle people think they know everything. Those products they sell actually have a lot of science going on and you have to be a rather smart person to decide what to use, that is if you care about what you're putting into your body. The ingredients I mean. All those muscle heads have no idea what those ingredients do. Here you see a guy that was charged with steroid abuse. Yes, steroids are illegal, in case you can't tell by looking at his huge arms. The reason they work so well isn't even what you'd think. It isn't about raising testosterone, that will only make you stronger. What steroids do is increase your protein synthesis greatly to a point where you're growing faster than your strength gains, or your testosterone gains. And in my book that is scary, since it's supposed to be done with testosterone. The same thing happens if you have too much IGF-1, you end up growing fast but no change in athletic performance. You have to really be a scientist at heart to know what these products do. I find myself feeling so smart the more I learn and I know it's all about the big "T". But there are things to look out for. The doctor will tell you about injections, which are synthetic and kill your own production. So all natural increasers are the way to go. Products that stimulate more production are better always. And then you have to consider how much testosterone you really want, since it's not really about getting it all at once, a huge amount all at once will over-masculinate you. A steady increase over time will keep you stronger. Actually growth hormone balances the hormones, so if you took that then you'd have a high amount of testosterone along with everything else balanced, as if to say your supposed to have high growth hormone to do that. And testosterone increases IGF-1 which in turn increases growth hormone which in turn increases testosterone again... it's a cycle. Too much growth too quickly won't give you the prized definition that we all really want.
Guest Commentator FLESHCRAWL says: "He could smash my zombie head!"
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Tuesday, June 23, 2009 at 11:23 PM
If it weren't for punks there'd be nothing trying to push the boundaries. I bet in the future punks will be even more outlandish than they are today, if that's possible. It is, but it's hard for some of us to believe. Modern day punks have tattoos on their faces, arms, necks, and everywhere visible, basically everywhere you wouldn't want to get a tattoo if you were going for a job interview, haha. But punks obviously only get those tats cause' they know they're not going to get hired anywhere, and if they do it'll be a job that doesn't care what you look like. Manual labor usually doesn't give a damn, like construction. We all imagine future punks being more metal than human I think, with those spike mohawks and spikes on their faces, on their lips, etc. But what will they do in the future? What ever it is it'll be even crazier. I imagine punks will always be there to show us what it could be like to be uninhibited. I hate the fact that we have to watch out for how we look to get a job, it pisses me off sometimes. The punks that do have jobs tend to be able to afford their fun and get tats as a status symbol so as to say "Hey I got money!" Because tats show you got dough. I think in the end punks are necessary in their own way because any of us could be those guys if things went differently. The punks are the outcasts, and being outcast is something that most of us can relate to even if we're not freaks. I imagine punks in a future similar to "Star Wars" would be more like "mutants" than anything else. My theory is punks are the beginning evolution of all that stuff we see in "Star Trek" with all sorts of weird looking people. Someday punk won't even be called punk anymore.
Guest Commentator FATHER DIABOLICAL says: "Damn punks sleep in the church bathroom!"
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Monday, June 22, 2009 at 5:55 PM
Versus Art #54. This wallpaper from some anime movie is pretty damn sweet. I like the way it's sorta like a cyborg but not. I have this theory that in the far future well past the cyborg days there will be what we think of as ways to control mechanics without anything else but our minds. Bioelectricity. That could be mixed with technologies such as advanced nano-technology and you got yourself what appears to not be science but is without knowing it. And in that way you could have those parts behind her floating in proximity to her body and those spikes on her hands floating with her hands inside them. It's sorta like a super advanced vision of cybernetics. This would allow for technology that doesn't even seem like it like floating houses or cars. I don't doubt that the word psychic will become a major thing in technology someday. But my fear is when you can control electronics with your mind could the electronics control you? You have to admit that this could happen if a machine was given enough A.I. In an age where electricity is no more but machines still run you have to wonder how much alike man and machine would become. It would allow for armor that has immense strength without even being that thick and food that nourishes you with just a slight amount. I see all this from simply looking at this picture.
Guest Commentator SPUN BETTY says: "Bio-what? That is some deep stuff man!"
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Sunday, June 21, 2009 at 1:23 AM
Guest Commentator BLUE FIEND says: "I'm sorta psychic, my mind hurts!!"
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Saturday, June 20, 2009 at 11:59 PM
Guest Commentator QUEEN OF BLASPHEMY says: "They have the power of Satan on their side!"
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Friday, June 19, 2009 at 6:36 PM
Will we ever see the superbike? I've heard that these experiments costed around $500,000! That's a lot of dough. The Ferrari one is just a prototype design that could possibly be produced but I bet it'd cost like a cool mil easy! They say it has the hand controls adapted from an F16 fighter jet and the buttons adapted from an F1 race car. It also features touch screen controls. Wow, can you say wild. I bet Shotaro Kaneda from "Akira" would be jumpin' for joy if he saw this. It does look a lot like something you'd see in an anime doesn't it? The question I raise is how easy is it to stay on this bike? It looks like you could take a corner leaning in and fall right off! It's a concept designed for style but it looks sorta dangerous, sorta maybe. And the other bike, the Dodge Tomahawk from back in 2003, this is a cool machine but it isn't even street legal. You know why? Well, for starters it has the same engine as the Viper, a 500 horsepower engine which can go 400 m.p.h., and it requires specially made breaks to even stop, yikes! The other part that's scary is the fact that you can't really steer this thing! I mean look at it, those wheels weren't meant to turn. And there's no mirrors like the other bike. If you ask me the superbike is still a dream of many but only the damn rich could afford it anyways. Akira fans are keeping their fingers crossed.
Guest Commentator THE LUSTY NUN says: "Superbikes really, really turn me on!"
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Thursday, June 18, 2009 at 6:38 PM
Vs. Match #18. Did anyone catch that last "Leprechaun" movie? I think it was "Leprechaun 4". The one where he's in space. Yeah the one where he's on a spaceship, as insane as that sounds, and he gets turned into a giant. This movie isn't the new Versus movie, it's just sorta cyberpunk in ways. I remember a guy that followed you around the room with a screen watching you in the lab, and then when he finally came out to talk he was more or less a head and arm attached to a rolling robot. The only thing human about him was probably his brain. Then the guy has some spider DNA mixed into his system and turns into a giant spider-like man. That was some really messed up stuff. Can you imagine people doing that? I bet someday it will. They actually had a lot of high tech ideas in that movie, it surprised me. Of course the idea of a leprechaun is far from cyberpunk itself but this isn't the only movie to go that way. The "Hellraiser" series also went to space to kill pinhead. Several other movies followed this trend, like "Jason X". All the badguys went to space to die it seems. What is it about space that makes it the final battle ground? I think it all must've started with that 80's movie "Critters" with those carnivorous furballs from space. It goes to show you that cyberpunk is the final frontier. Cyberpunk reigns supreme. Will Freddy Krueger ever die in space?
Guest Commentator HARVESTER OF SORROW says: "Why does that leprechaun look like my son?!"
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Wednesday, June 17, 2009 at 10:48 PM
Does anyone in their right mind think a super soldier is a good idea? This is the sort of thing that made the whole premise in "The X-Files" in the last episodes. I think it's something that the government will always try to do no matter what anyone thinks. You can imagine in a future where cyborg parts are commonplace replacements for body parts that a soldier might "upgrade" himself to do more damage in war. The thing is it all starts with what the enemy does, and then we decide what to do from there. So if the enemy makes a killer cyborg we have to come up with something that can defeat that. Next thing you know we have killer cyborgs running around killing other enemy killer cyborgs. First people will get hand replacements, then eye replacements, then legs, or arms, or organs, and then eventually people get the idea to do other drastic things. It will happen someday if we take that route and it most likely will. I just think it gives us another nightmare to worry about when a super soldier decides to go rogue on us. Then we have to send in another to take him out. It's bad business. But for some reason people never seem to learn until it's too late. I don't think I'd like to upgrade myself, I mean really you end up being strong enough to lift a car and you become something that's not human.
Guest Commentator CHROMESHINE says: "Yes you are all doomed, so give up!"
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on at 3:29 AM
Guest Commentator BONE COLLECTOR says: "Sorry boss it had to be done, she was evil!"
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on at 12:54 AM
Ever wanted a minigun? I know I have! I'd tear some stuff up! Then I'd go find those stupid ex-best friends and do a number on their vehicles! Or their houses. Kinda like that guy in Predator sawing down the forest. What could you possibly need one of these for? Either suppresion fire or destruction. I suppose if you don't feel like carrying a bunch of grenades or rockets then this gun might be a good next choice. And you know who'd use it don't you? Probably only special forces would be able to use this badboy cause' nobody in the Army will ever use it. I can see why the special forces are so special now. I wish I was special, haha, that's a joke. You have to imagine that you'd have to be rather buff to even carry the ammo pack on your back plus the gun itself in your hands. That just sounds like a workout. I do love the video-game-esque control with button on top to shoot this thing. It's ironic how video games really do teach us a lot because you'd have to shoot this thing just like you would in a video game. Now they try to copy it by making paintball miniguns. That sounds like paintball punishment. I'm a fan of the Nerf Vulcan minigun myself. And in this other picture you see a great moment in minigun history, in "The Matrix".
Guest Commentator BLUE FIEND says: "Question... is this gun childproof?!"
CAPTURED by DEATHZ HEAD A.K.A. THE CHILLER on Monday, June 15, 2009 at 6:36 PM
Versus Book #41. And yet another one of my secrets revealed, why do I do this? When it comes to comics you can do anything you want. You can make a graphic novel or you could make a regular comic or you could make a hardcover graphic novel for the special editions. And sometimes they're the size of two magazines in thickness. Other times they're really thick like a book. You are only limited by your imagination with writing. This makes me think about what I'm trying to do with my writing. I like the idea of a hardcover that's not huge. So this special hardcover edition "Hulk" collection is spiffy as it gets. "Planet Hulk" is the name. If you ain't got a Hulk hardcover then you ain't stylin'. The comics are much different, he fights beasts on other planets, gets enslaved (I think), and becomes the leader of another race, it's far out stuff. Much cooler than you ever knew! The comics make the Hulk seem like something totally different. That's the sort of stuff that could make a new movie if they felt like it. Comics take every possibly path. I've never seen a comic collection in hardcover so this is a classic edition for sure. It may not be the first, but you never know. If you love the Hulk then you should get this for the collector. And no matter what they say, comics are not for nerds. Only nerdy comics are for nerds. This ain't nerdy. Look at that tricep bitch! He could kick your ass! Get with the green!
Guest Commentator TOUGH GUY says: "He doesn't look that tough... well maybe he does!"