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Harriet Brome, an agent of the self-proclaimed eco-warriors the Hordeculture, adopts the name "Harrower" and attempts to use Man-Thing to perform a mass culling of humanity, intending to purge the human race and let another species take over. To this end, she attacks and skins the Man-Thing and uses his corpse to produce seedling spores that will emerge in all major cities across the world and burn their victims. When the Avengers respond, Captain America is briefly absorbed by one of the spores, where he meets the remnants of Ted Sallis,[42] who explains that he never truly cracked the super-soldier serum. He attempts to get Cap to contact Connors for help, but when Connors affirms that he can't help, Spider-Man is able to convince Sallis to take responsibility for his past. After Sallis's essence is able to "grow" a new body for Man-Thing, Man-Thing returns to Sallis's old office, where it is revealed that Sallis made a deal with the demon Belasco to crack the formula.[43] When he performs the ritual again, he summons Magik, the new ruler of Limbo, who offers to release Sallis from his current state. Understanding that his freedom would leave Man-Thing an uncontrolled creature of instinct, Sallis agrees to remain and joins Magik's strike team in attacking Harrower. After banishing Harrower to another dimension and destroying her spore-plants, Magik later summons Belasco so that Sallis can properly punish the demon for his role in Sallis's fate.[44]

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For a mutation, Godzilla is very intelligent and is apparently able to make moral decisions: during his fight with Nessie in "DeadLoch," her offspring gets stolen and they cease fighting to retrieve the baby together. H.E.A.T. member Monique Dupre stated that rather than this being a true "moral decision," it is just instinctual for creatures to work together. Godzilla falls in love with a mutant Komodo dragon named Komodithrax and becomes surrogate father to her unborn offspring in "End of the Line," as unlike his father, this Godzilla is sterile and cannot produce his own offspring. Unfortunately, Komodithrax and the giant egg she laid fell down a crack in the ice and apparently perished at the end of the episode.

When an electrical mutation appeared in New York City, Godzilla could feel that something was amiss, and made his way into the city, where he met the beast face to face. He spat Fire Balls at the monster, who retaliated with spheres of electricity. While the beast retreated once before he could defeat it, Godzilla was finally able to deliver the finishing blow. However, various military vehicles continued to attack him before he came face to face with a mysterious helicopter that he was able to drive into retreat. He pursued the helicopter by walking along the sea floor and emerging on the shores of an island, where he was able to destroy it. As he continued his way across the island, he began encountering giant mutant bees in addition to the usual military defenses before he came to the queen of the mutant bees. They battled for a while before she retreated, causing Godzilla to fight through yet another gauntlet before finally defeating her. Even off of the island, Godzilla was faced with more of the mysterious military, and continued to fight them. As he walked onto a new island, he was met with Cyber Flies and a large tank, all of which he was able to dispatch. While accompanying H.E.A.T. as they investigated mysterious tar on a beach, Godzilla defended their vessel, the Heat-Seeker, from an attack by a Mutant Giant Squid. More of them attacked from the surface and from beneath the water, and shot at him with gobs of their tar, but he was able to defeat them. When the onslaught ceased, the humans noticed two floating squid corpses that had not been charred by Godzilla's Fire Balls, and discovered the true predator: Crustaceous Rex. The new foe trapped Godzilla in its own sticky tar and soon fled, forcing Godzilla through another gauntlet of foes, and then fleeing a second time and repeating the process one final time before Godzilla was able to defeat it. Shortly afterward, Godzilla began to act strangely hyperactive as a result of Cameron Winter's Neural Stimulator, which the billionaire was using to try and control him. Furthermore, the mysterious military grade vehicles that had been attacking Godzilla all along had been Solstice Technologies machinery being tested against him. N.I.G.E.L. removed the Stimulator before Godzilla crushed the probe in his jaws, and began making his way to Winter's base of operations. As dusk turned into night, Godzilla destroyed upgraded versions of the tank and helicopter Winter had thrown at him previously, and finally he arrived at the billionaire techno-guru's stronghold. It launched mortars, and dispensed Cyber Flies and tanks at him, but he ultimately brought the entire building to the ground before diving into the moonlit waters, and swimming for home alongside the Heat-Seeker.

In a teaser for the then-upcoming "Monster Wars" trilogy, while H.E.A.T. was held hostage by mutant Leviathan Aliens, Godzilla rose from the Potomac River to combat the rising threat of monsters attacking the world.

Ultimate: BersOrker Mode - Firca unleashes a giant furious roar to the sky and throws both of her axes into the air. Eventually, a giant battleaxe made of a bloody stone falls into her left hand, and she lifts it up with no effort whatsoever. While in this mode, all of Firca's attack buttons are replaced with a swing of the giant axe, which deals big damage and stuns the foe in place. After a while, though, the ace crumbles into pieces, and Firca's regular axes fall back down into her hands.

Toy MasterVoiceExtremely whiny and loud child's voice, trying purposefully to be as annoying as possible.Weight36TraitCannot be defeated by a basic attack, only throws or special movesThis bratty kid may be an immature nusiance, but despite how he looks, Toy Master is an astounding technician and mechanic. No regular kid could possibly assemble a giant mech shaped like a cartoon character like Toy Master can, after all. Unfortunately, he doesn't exactly use his skills optimally, deciding instead to just make an army of toys that follow his every whim. Be ready for quite a zerg rush from this pest.

Sting WestclawVoiceNot once in any interaction does Sting speak to his foe, leaving his voice a complete mystery.Weight52TraitMissing any attacks with his gun gets Sting furious, boosting his damage output for a whileThis mysterious outlaw of the post-apocalypse is known only as the dreaded Sting Westclaw. It's said that he has never once in his life missed a shot, and with the amount of baddies roaming the world, he gets many opportunities to maintain this record. As a general recommendation, don't go messing with any giant scorpions that are carrying guns. Just in general, really, but especially if you think it may be Sting.

Loki's Touch - Calls in a giant hand from the sky (presumably Loki's) to zap the foe with dark magic, making them take more damage from attacks and be unable to block for a while, as well as buffing her own base damage output, but making her more susceptible to damage. No damage or knockback is dealt, but the move is unavoidable.

Built to Astonish - When the left head is in control, Siamiss envelops herself with lightning, which dissipates to reveal her transformed into a much more conventionally attractive woman that flaunts her looks for a while. If Siamiss is left uninterrupted, her beautiful form quickly disappears out of thin air in a huff and is replaced with normal Siamiss. However, if she is attacked while transformed, she suddenly reverts to her original self, roars at the foe with a frightening lizard-like face, and either spits out a fast-moving ball of electricity or just slashes them brutally several times, both of which deals a little more damage than their attack would do to her. When the right head is in control, the beginning of the move is the same, but Siamiss now brandishes a knife and tackles forward. If she successfully gets the foe, she then stabs them mercilessly, dealing high, but vanilla damage.

Topolino - Waves her wand and summons a giant mouse made of some sort of translucent energy, which stands in place and guards Chuckle. If attacked by the foe, it retaliates with a biting attack that deals moderate damage.

Effect: When summoned, Fayemelina flies into the background and summons a giant luck wheel. Once she spins it, it can land on either a support tile or an offense tile. If it lands on support, she gives your monster a black aura that doubles the speed of their animations and attacks. If it lands on offense, she summons a whip of light and lashes it at the foe, dealing unavoidable moderate damage.

[A] * [B] * [C] * [D] * [E] * [F] * [G] * [H] * [I] * [J] * [K] * [L] * [M] * [N] * [O] * [P] * [Q] * [R] * [S] * [T] * [U] * [V] * [W] * [X] * [Y] * [Z]A The Abyss (1989)Director: James CameronCast: Ed Harris, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio, Michael Biehn, Leo Burmeister, Todd GraffPlot: An underwater UFO, travelling at enormous speed, wreaks havoc on tidal activities throughout the world. It also causes a nuclear submarine to sink 2000 feet, to the ledge of underwater abyss. A group of adventurous oil riggers, working out of a high-tech submersible vessel, is pressed into action to seek out the submarine and rescue any survivors. Rated PG-13. 140 minutes.Alien(1979). Director: Ridley Scott.Cast: Tom Skerritt, Sigourney Weaver, John Hurt, Ian Holm, Harry Dean Stanton, Yaphet Kotto, Veronica Cartwright.Plot: The crew of a futuristic cargo ship picks up an unwanted passenger--a form-changing alien that lives on human flesh.Rated R. 116 minutes."In space, no one can hear you scream."Aliens (1986).Director: James Cameron.Cast: Sigourney Weaver, Carrie Henn, Michael Biehn, Paul Reiser, Lance Henriksen, Jenette Goldstein.Plot: The sequel to Alien. Warrant Officer Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) wakes after fifty-sevenyears of deep-space sleep to find that the planet where her crew first encountered the nastyalien has been colonized. Then, contact is lost with the colonists.Rated R. 137 minutes.Alien 3 (1992).Director: David Fincher.Cast: Sigourney Weaver, Charles S. Dutton, Charles Dance, Paul McGann, Brian Glover.Plot: The third film in the Alien trilogy. Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) crash-lands on a planet wherean old mining facility is used as a penal colony for madmen and rapists. The evil alien has onceagain stowed away on Ripley's ship, and battles ensues.Rated R. 115 minutes.The Alpha Incident (1977).Director: Bill Rebane.Cast: Ralph Meeker.Plot: A deadly organism from Mars, an attempted government cover-up, and a radiation leak lead to panic and chaos.Rated PG. 84 minutes.Android (1982).Director: Aaron Lipstadt.Cast: Klaus Kinski, Don Opper, Brie Howard, Norbert Weiser.Plot: A tongue-in-cheek adventure that takes place on a space station where a mad scientist, Dr.Daniel, is trying to create the perfect android. When a group of criminal castaways arrive at thestation, the doctor's current robot assistant rebels.Rated PG. 80 minutes.The Angry Red Planet (1959).Director: Ib Melchior.Cast: Gerald Mohr, Nora Hayden, Les Tremayne, Jack Kruschen.Plot: An expedition to Mars runs into various alien terrors, including a terrifying giant mouse/spider hybrid.83 minutes.Apollo 13 (1995).Director: Ron HowardCast: Tom Hanks, Bill Paxton, Kevin Bacon, Gary Sinise, Ed HarrisPlot: The story of the Apollo 13 lunar mission crisis.Rated PG. 140 minutes.Arena (1989).Director: Peter Manoogian.Cast: Claudia Christian, Hamilton Camp, Marc Alaimo.Plot: Think Rocky with aliens: a human must take on extraterrestrials from around thegalaxy in the Arena, in order to restore the title to humans despite unbelievable odds.Rated PG-13. 97 minutes.Armageddon (1998).Director: Michael BayCast: Bruce Willis, Liv Tyler, Ben Affleck, Billy Bob Thornton, Steve Buscemi, Will PattonPlot: An asteroid is headed straight for Earth, and an oil rig crew goes up into space to stop it. Meanwhile, the world is faced with some difficult decisions about life and death.Rated PG-13. 144 minutes.The Arrival (1996).Director: David Twohy.Cast: Charlie Sheen, Ron Silver, Teri Polo, Lindsay Crouse, Tony T. Johnson.Plot: A radio astronomer (Sheen) receives a clear radio transmission (a shockwave) from outer space. He takes the recording to NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory for analysis, and after handing it to his boss (Silver), he is inexplicably laid off. Is this just another example of corporate downsizing or has he uncovered a conspiracy? Rated PG-13. 109 minutes. The Arrival II (1998 for cable).Director: Kevin S. TenneyCast: Patrick Muldoon, Michael Sarrazin, Jane SibbettPlot: Those crazy scientists find themselves mixed up with aliens again. Watch the hijinx unfold! Rated R 101 minutes.The Atomic Submarine (1959).Director: Spencer Gordon Bennet.Cast: Arthur Franz, Dick Foran, Brett Halsey, Tom Conway, Bob Steele, Joi Lansing.Plot: Thriller about a U.S. atomic submarine's encounter with an alien flying saucer in the Arctic.B & W. 72 minutes.Aurora Encounter (1985).Director: Jim McCollough.Cast: Jack Elam, Peter Brown, Carol Bagdasarian, Dottie West.Plot: A story about a small Texas town visited by aliens in the late 1800s.Rated PG. 90 minutes.BBad Channels (1992).Director: Ted Nicolaou.Cast: Paul Hipp, Martha Quinn, Aaron Lustig, Ian Patrick Williams.Plot: An alien posing as a radio DJ comes to Earth to pick up chicks, shrink them, andimprison them in small bottles for the trip back to his planet. But the townspeople fight back.Rated R. 88 minutes.Bad Taste (1987).Director: Peter Jackson.Cast: Pete O'Herne.Plot: A gross sci-fi comedy, in which aliens come to Earth to harvest the universe's latest fast-food sensation--human flesh. It's up to the highly trained, but inept, Alien Invasion DefenseService to save the world.Not rated. 90 minutes.Bamboo Saucer (A.K.A. Collision Course) (1968).Director: Frank Telford.Cast: Dan Duryea, John Ericson, Lois Nettleton, Nan Leslie.Plot: America and the USSR compete with each other as they investigate reports of a UFOcrash in the People's Republic of China.100 minutes.Barbarella (1968).Director: Roger Vadim.Cast: Jane Fonda, John Phillip Law, Anita Pallenberg, Milo O'Shea.Plot: Jane Fonda stars as a space beauty being drooled over by male creatures on a strange planet.Rated PG. 98 minutes.Battle Beyond the Stars (1980).Director: Jimmy T. Murakami.Cast: Richard Thomas, John Saxon, Robert Vaughn, George Peppard.Plot: Richard Thomas stars as an emissary from a peaceful planet desperately searching forsomeone to save it from domination and destruction by an evil warlord.Rated PG. 104 minutes.Battle for the Planet of the Apes (1973).Director: J. Lee Thompson.Cast: Roddy McDowall, Severn Darden, John Huston, Claude Akins, Paul Williams.Plot: The final Apes film, in which simian Roddy McDowall attempts to peacefully coexistwith conquered humanity. But not everyone goes along with the plan, especially with animpending nuclear threat.Rated PG. 92 minutes.Battlestar Galactica (1978).Director: Richard A. Colla.Cast: Lorne Greene, Richard Hatch, Dirk Benedict, Lew Ayres, Jane Seymour.Plot: Film adapted from the television series by the same name.Rated PG. 125 minutes.the Beast with a Million Eyes (1956)Director: David KarmanskyCast: Paul Birch, Donna Cole, Chester Conklin, Dick Sargent, Leo Tarver, Lorna ThayerPlot: An animal revolt takes place on a farm when an alien stops in for a visit.No Rating 78 minutes.Beneath the Planet of the Apes (1970).Director: Ted Post.Cast: Charlton Heston, James Franciscus, Maurice Evans, Kim Hunter, Linda Harrison, James Gregory.Plot: Sequel to Planet of the Apes. An astronaut is sent to find out what happened to thefirst team sent to the planet, and he must deal not only with the simian inhabitants, but also with arace of mutants that worship the atomic bomb that made them what they are.Rated PG. 95 minutes.Beyond the Rising Moon (1988).Director: Philip Cook.Cast: Tracy Davis, Hans Bachmann.Plot: A 21st century genetically created troubleshooter rebels against the corporation thatdesigned her when they send her on a mission to help them exploit alien technology.93 minutes.Beyond the Stars (1989).Director: David Saperstein.Cast: Martin Sheen, Christian Slater, Robert Foxworth, Sharon Stone, Olivia D'Abo, F. Murray Abraham.Plot: A troubled teen (Christian Slater) forms a friendship with a reclusive ex-astronaut (MartinSheen). Eventually, Sheen introduces Slater to a secret he discovered on the moon.Rated PG. 94 minutes.The Black Hole (1979).Director: Gary Nelson.Cast: Maximilian Schell, Anthony Perkins, Robert Forster, Joseph Bottoms, Yvette Mimieux, Ernest Borgnine.Plot: Space movie cliches.Rated PG. 97 minutes.The Brain From Planet Arous (1958).Director: Nathan Juran.Cast: John Agar, Joyce Meadows, Robert Fuller.Plot: A giant brain from outer space takes over a man's body in an attempt to conquer the world. Another brain takes over the man's dog in an attempt to prevent it.B & W. 70 minutes.The Brother From Another Planet (1984).Director: John Sayles.Cast: Joe Morton, Darryl Edwards, Steve James.Plot: A dark-skinned extraterrestrial on the lam crash-lands his space ship in New York harborand makes his way to Harlem.Unrated. 110 minutes.Buck Rogers: Destination Saturn (A.K.A. Planet Outlaws) (1939).Director: Ford Beebe, Saul Goodkind.Cast: Buster Crabbe, Constance Moore, Jackie Moran, Jack Mulhall, Anthony Warde, C. Montague Shaw, Philip Ahn.Plot: Hero Buster Crabbe goes after villain Killer Kan in order to help the oppressed people offuture Earth.B & W. 91 minutes.Buck Rogers in the 25th Century (1979).Director: Daniel Haller.Cast: Gil Gerard, Erin Gray, Pamela Hensley, Tim O'Connor, Henry Silva.Plot: After years of suspended animation, Buck awakens in a future society under attack by thepower-hungry Princess Ardala, and it's up to him to save the day.Rated PG. 89 minutes.CCapricorn One (1978).Director: Peter Hyams.Cast: Elliott Gould, James Brolin, Hal Holbrook, Sam Waterston, Karen Black, O.J. Simpson, Telly Savalas.Plot: The government stages a mock flight to Mars in a television studio, complete withastronauts pretending to land on the planet. But a statement released by the Pentagon that theship crashed upon reentry and all aboard were killed, puts the lives of the astronauts in danger.Rated PG. 124 minutes. Captian Video and the Video Rangers (1949-1955)Director: Richard Coogan, Al HodgeCast: Don Hastings, Bran Mossen, Hal ConklinPlot: Captain Video fights evildoers like Dr. Pauli in this afternoon tv show. Captain Video used gadgets like the Discatron and Radio Scillograph to punish villains all over the world. B & WThe Cat from Outer Space (1978)Director: Norman TokarCast: Ken Berry, Sandy Duncan, Roddy McDowall, McLean StevensonPlot: Zunar J5/90 Doric 4-7, also known as Jake, is an alien cat who crash-lands on Earth. He heads off to the nearest scientist to find gold ($120,000 worth!) in order to repair his spaceship. Jake reveals that he can predict the winners in sporting events and soon the military is trying to track him down. The plot becomes more complicated when a wacky veterinarian inadvertently puts Jake into a deep sleep; now he must hide the alien cat from government authorities.Rated G. 103 minutes.Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977).Director: Steven Spielberg.Cast: Richard Dreyfuss, Francois Truffaut, Teri Garr, Melinda Dillon.Plot: Spielberg's unusual vision of an extraterrestrial visit to Earth, portraying the aliens as nonthreatening and childlike.Rated PG. 132 minutes.Cat Women of the Moon (1954).Director: Arthur Hilton.Cast: Sonny Tufts, Marie Windsor, Victor Jory.Plot: A film in the travel-to-a-p

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