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Thanks for connecting! You're almost done. Connect to your existing Cracked account if you have one or create a new Cracked username. Sometimes, the writers of a show, movie, comic book or whatever will put a lot of effort into creating an enigmatic character with an air of mystery surrounding it Whether you think The Blair Witch Project is one the creepiest movies you've ever seen, or one of the most pointless there's surprisingly little gray area on that scale , the one thing that made the movie stand out is that you never actually see the Witch herself. Above: the Blair Witch. So when you really think about it, it's a bit creepier than, say, Jason or Freddy, because the likelihood of a sequel including a scene where she kills someone with a video game substantially decreases.
The "King Cobra" mecha created by the fusion of Vanessa Warfield , Bruno Sheppard , and Sly Rax 's vehicles initially proves a challenge for the Joes : the airbone Spitfire and Skywarp can't get close enough to it; Gung-Ho can't penetrate its armored hide even with his new gauntlets and is flung away when he tries; and even a hail of fire from Salvo 's massive guns can't put a dent in it. It soon becomes apparent, however, that the robot's three-man control system is not the best fit for the trio of squabbling V. Unfortunately, without Scarlett to lead them, the Joes are so scattered and unfocused themselves, each trying to launch solo attacks and getting under each other's feet, that it doesn't look like they'll able to take advantage of their opponents' lack of co-ordination—until acting commander Shipwreck finally pauses to carefully think things through and manages to put together a genuine attack plan. Spitfire distracts King Cobra, allowing Skywarp to grab it from behind, holding it in place for a precision laser-shot from Salvo to sear open a hole in its belly, through which Gung-Ho clambers. The mecha-beast flails as Gung-Ho smashes its innards, successfully disabling it, whereupon Skywarp—ever the complainer—carelessly dumps it on the street, much to Rock 'n Roll 's consternation. The V.
Joe is a team of highly trained soldiers. But what they both have in combat skills they lack in fashion, because holy hell do a lot of them dress like imbeciles. Zartan is a master of disguise, someone who can emulate the appearance, voice and mannerisms of practically anybody. The biggest deal is that he is wearing sleeves that aren't connected to anything. First of all… why just the sleeves?
First appearing as a second generation action figure for Hasbro, then in G. Joe 1 published in by Marvel Comics, Snake Eyes has quickly become a fan favorite and a staple of G. His real name, origin, age, background, and even his service number are listed under "classified," and he's the only Joe who doesn't rely on guns, but rather his swords and his Ninjutsu skills. Despite the best intentions of the writers over the years to maintain the mystery surrounding this patriotic commando, we've managed to scrape together some enticing facts about Snake Eyes. There have been numerous continuities for the character, but the facts that will be presented here will be referencing mostly the Marvel comic book that provided much of the original material for the character and the IDW series that took over years later. Snake Eyes is not only a master of ninjitsu, mystical arts, and espionage, but he's also a master combatant and artillery specialist.