Nightcrawler vs. Carnage: rapture fun
Posted in the Entertainment Forum
#1 Nov 26, 2012
Why do human beings praise superhuman abilities? Is it because man fears his own sense of vulnerability?
Nightcrawler is a fictional mutant hero in the X-Men universe, a sly warrior who possesses superhuman agility, the ability to teleport across short or long distances in a puff of crimson red smoke, invisibility in deep shadows, and adhesive hands and feet.
Nightcrawler is the son of the powerful woman Mystique who rescued him in some ways and inspired Nightcrawler to find his way around various social circles including the circus until he found Professor Xavier who encouraged him to develop his agility skills to outwit brutish villains.
Nightcrawler, as his strange name suggests, has the interest to move around the world of shadows and harness his agility to find creative and sneaky ways to defeat thugs.
Carnage is a fictional mutant villain in the world of the heroic Spider-Man, a demonic terrorist who also possesses superhuman agility plus the ability to transform his body and make dangerous terroristic weapons of mayhem.
Carnage was a human who merged with a mysterious alien entity force that separated from another villain named Venom. When Carnage received this power he became determined to become a menace and a sworn enemy of the heroic Spider-Man.
Carnage, as his name suggests, has the interest to spread mayhem and terrorism with malice and sinister strength.
Since the worlds of the X-Men and Spider-Man are connected, since both worlds focus on superhuman agility, it is no surprise that a hypothetical battle between Nightcrawler and Carnage would yield an intriguing stealth competition.
Here is a hypothetical battle between Nightcrawler and Carnage:
-Nightcrawler jumps behind Carnage and kicks him in the back
-Carnage then turns around and throws Nightcrawler
-Nightcrawler gets up and jumps on Carnage and covers his eyes
-Carnage grabs Nightcrawler's neck and begins to strangle him
-Nightcrawler sweeps Carnage's feet and causes him to fall and arrests him
Both Nightcrawler and Carnage represent humanity's fascination with stealth, and an intriguing battle between the two reflects the rapture value of conflict-ingenious Hollywood (USA) movies such as "WarGames" (1983) and "Army of Darkness" (1992).
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