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Entered on: July 7, 2003 12:00 AM by Ross
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One of my many encounters with superheroes on my visit to Florida. More images forthcoming.

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From: John Entered on: July 8, 2003 2:05 AM
Looks like you had old Cap on the defense. It seems you superhero skills have not waned in your old age.
From: Jackzilla Entered on: July 8, 2003 8:47 AM
Your face is right on Captain America's crotch!!!  
So tell us about Adventure Island... particularly the Marvel Comics stuff! I've been to Universal Studios Orlando a couple times and really thought it was cool -- but that was prior to Adventure Island opening up!
From: Heather Entered on: July 8, 2003 9:30 AM
I will let Ross tell you the story of Adventure Island since he's such a good story teller and this part of the trip was by far his favorite. However, for all of you superhero fans, this is the place to go. I've NEVER seen Ross so excited and "star-struck" as when the superheroes made an appearance. Running from hero to hero, Ross was worse than any kid I've ever seen in a candy store! He didn't know where to go first and couldn't wait for the kids to get out of the way so he could get his picture taken with them. It was great!
From: Ross Entered on: July 8, 2003 9:47 AM
Roche - this is my only encounter with super heroes/villains where I was on delivering end. The rest of the pictures have me catching a whupping in most cases. I will post them when I get back to Chicago, probably tomorrow night sometime.  
As for Adventure Island, yeah, I definitely recommend it. I too had been here before they created it, and while regular Universal is fun (we're about to leave for it in a few minutes in fact), adventure island is basically a theme park broken into 5 or so themes, one of which is Marvel Superheroes. My favorite was the Spider-Man ride, which is one of those 3D surround deals, it's really quite fun. Actually I'm hoping to get on that one one last time before leaving. They also have a Hulk roller coaster which is decent, and a Dr. Doom ride that's like the Power Tower at Cedar Point - except it's only the fun version where they shoot you up and drop you, not the drop one.  
But as Heather says, my favorite was just getting pictures with the characters. I never did that shit as a kid, and I find it's much more fun as an adult because you can be a little more edgy with your choice of poses. :)
From: The Bone Entered on: July 8, 2003 10:12 AM
Speaking of super heros, last night the Discovery Channel had a sweet show on comic boks from beggining to the present. Super sweet with interviews from Frank Miller, Stan Lee and a host of others. I'm sure it'll be on again sometime - keep you eyes out.
From: John Entered on: July 9, 2003 1:53 PM
If I had cable I would surely check this show out. Bert would love it I'm sure. My brother called me the other night and even he was enjoying this program. I'm jealous because I want to check it out. Oh well, when Melissa and I move we plan to get our cable back. It's only three weeks away so I think I can make it.
From: Ross Entered on: July 9, 2003 10:22 PM
Alright, here are most of the rest of my more interesting superhero pictures:

Here was Captain America on his little ATV that they all ride on a parade that goes on every hour or so...

Dr. Doom with his evil "water ray!" Scary, huh? So I decided to put a stop to it.

First, I put on a scary show in front of his Doom Bots to show them who is boss...

But then Dr. Doom showed me who was boss.

...and then so did the Green Goblin

Then Rogue came over and nursed my ego a bit...

...until Wolverine got jealous.

Then I got into it with Spidey, but it was no contest.

But I managed to get one in while getting pummelled.

Finally, I went over and felt Buffy's tit.


From: Jackzilla Entered on: July 9, 2003 11:25 PM
Cool pics Rosster! They all look pretty sweet, but is that really the best they could do for Wolverine? Good Lord! I'd kick his ass just for the principle of it.  

From: John Entered on: July 10, 2003 12:43 AM
I love it Bert, those pics were sweet! You look like a kid in a candy store. Actually I'm quite jelous, I would loved to have been there. It looks as though you had a pretty darn good time.  
By the way, how did that tittie feel?
From: Ross Entered on: July 10, 2003 8:36 AM
"Kid in a candy store" is exactly how Heather described me as well. It really was the most fun I had, I don't know if that's sad or not.  
And yeah, that Wolverine mask sucked. What's interesting is that all the guys they got were pretty muscular, even though you can necessarily tell through their costumes. I was even impressed that the Wolverine guy was very solid and had big arms, and that they got a short guy for him! But yeah, they really got a ridiculous head piece for him, kind of ruins the look. I love how Storm is in the background there posing, thinking she's going to be in the picture. :)
From: BigFatty Entered on: July 10, 2003 10:00 AM
I think the Green Goblin was highly influenced in his choice of footwear from Creeko.
From: Ross Entered on: July 10, 2003 10:04 AM
Why do you think I tried (and failed) to kick his ass?
From: Swerb Entered on: July 10, 2003 3:00 PM
These photos are hilarious. I'm sitting here at work trying not to laugh out loud like an ass... Bert, I love how you arranged them to tell a story, like it's some fourth grade assignment or something.  
Dude, Rogue is hot, and I mean that in a literal and figurative sense. That outfit must me a little toasty in the heat like that, which makes me want to see it peeled off of her. Slowly.
From: Jackzilla Entered on: July 10, 2003 4:47 PM
Was Rogue always "vogue"ing? She's got the pose down that's for sure. No one's gonna mistake that Storm for Halle Berry though!
From: Ross Entered on: July 10, 2003 6:01 PM
Yeah, she pretty much struck that pose every time. She had a nice body but quite the butterface. As for those costumes, can you say Super Swamp Ass, Batman? It had to be over 100 degrees on our second day there and I was sweating like a hog just standing still. I can't imagine what those poor saps in full body costumes were smelling like. Rogue better have been absorbing the powers of a douche bag, my friends...
From: John Entered on: July 10, 2003 10:35 PM
Oh man Bert, you do know how to ruin the fantasy of sex with Rogue. In 100 degree weather it's hard to imagine anyone being fresh though. In the pictures Rogue does not look like what I'd call a butterface. You were there so I'll just have to trust your judgement. Her body looks pretty good though.
From: The Bone Entered on: July 11, 2003 1:13 AM
Not only does Rogue look like a butterface, I mistook her for the Green Goblin for a minute.
From: Jackzilla Entered on: July 11, 2003 9:12 AM
Captain America on the ATV quad looks like something from Ross' Gay Parade pics.  
Fatty - Green Goblin is obviously European. That would explain the Creeko shoes AND the rest of the outfit. Note the European Carryall: "It's NOT a purse!"  
Speeking of Creeko - When are we adding his mugshot to the main page? And when you do Ross, make his red shoes show up when you place the mouse cursor over his face (similar to Johnny's dual mugshots).  

From: Ross Entered on: July 11, 2003 9:17 AM
Hahaha, good idea, Jack. If someone sends me a good Creeko mugshot, I'll put it on the site. Obviously I already have a good shot of the footwear.  
You know what's funny about that Green Goblin costume? As cheesy as it is, I still prefer it to the one they used in the movie. Maybe I'm just a hopeless comic book geek, but I think it's a better costume than the Power Ranger version.
From: John Entered on: July 15, 2003 12:38 AM
I was also not a fan of the Power Ranger version of the Green Goblin. I've seen some of the concept art from the movie and I saw some versions I prefered.

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