Well, i was going to ask you about the Heroes Rap Battles that you have made, and i would like to know, will you do some about Villains too? because i would personally like to do some myself, but i'm not pretty good with rhymes.
Also, sorry about that, i hope that you can find a good job.
Thanks for both. Now, I do plan on making a villains rap battle season. Here are the important points:
A. There will be 7 judges, each one for each sin. Right now i'm thinking about Frollo for Lust, Sofia Lamb for Pride, Pamela Voorhees for wrath, Dennis Nedry for gluttony, Joffrey for Sloth, Naraku for envy and James Moriarty for greed.
B. The audience can vote for every reason they like, but they have to use a relevant reason and respect other people's reasons.
C. The usual rules about basic manners, using bad words only toward the characters (not toward other users) and such.
If you like, you can upload the blog post, and i'll write the lines for each contester. The first episode will be dedicated to Thanos vs King Ghidorah. I promises to a pen-mate.
1. It might take a while. Hopefully tomorrow or something. Tell me more about Yuuki.
2. Some of the judges might be contesters of some episodes, so I'll use some replacement judges. Any idea for replacement judges? The judges can come from many settings, but have to be human/humanoid. They can be animals, but an animal judge should have a human alter-ego (examples: Andrew Lockwood, Sherman Creed).
Cool new profile :-). Hope you'll like episode 2 as well. Also, are you familiar with "The Big Bang Theory" and "Scream"? Because I have a theory that these settings are on the same universe, and it takes knowledge about at least one of the said settings.
A. Mary Cooper and Debbie Loomis are twins. Not just because their actresses is related (both are portrayed by Laurie Metcalf. Mary's younger version was played by Metcalf's daughter). They have a somewhat similar personality. Both have violent and condescending tendencies. Debbie is a killer. Mary kept her husband's head down for at least 20 years (she's the reason he was depressed for the last 20 years of his life, until dying at the street corner out of alcohol poisoning), physically abused him for 7 months after Sheldon and Missy were born. It's beyond post-labor depression. It's beating her husband whenever she felt like it. He's a freaking saint/doormat for not running away. She dehumanized him completely and told everybody he's a violent drunk, all because he cheated on her, which she brought on herself with her uncaring and lunatic treatment to him. Both twins also have a problem of parental neglection, as Debbie lost it after Hank cheated on her and left Billy behind, and Mary loved only Sheldon. She's basically a woman who loved only a third of her children. It's jarring because she chose Sheldon and looked down on her truly good son, disregarding him as "dumb as soup". The poor man kept his whole family alive for a couple of years after his father died (as a practical result, George Junior raised his own mother), built himself from scratch to a successful tires company owner, but his ungrateful mother have the nerve to look down on him and not talking with him at all despite being on the same wedding because she doesn't like his wife. Just like Debbie's "Randy talked poorly on Billy and I got a little knife happy" moment, Mary is insult happy toward George's wife, whom she refer in bad words with C in them. Billy chose his mother over his girlfriend, and Mary was upset that George Junior didn't do the same.
B. Debbie have a child who lacks effective empathy (Billy is a psychopath) and Mary have a child who lacks cognitive empathy (Sheldon is Asperger). Mary's overly motherly behavior is reaction formation for throwing the 9 year old Sheldon in high school because she wanted to kick him out of the house as quickly as possible instead of dealing with him. She tried to abandoned an Asperger boy. There's no other logical way to explain why a young child finishes high school before 12 and getting into college before 15. Debbie's form of reaction formation the reason she came back to her senses after realizing her son's death is partly her fault.
C. George is played by Jerry O'Connell, who also played Derek Feldman. He met Sidney Prescott, who left Woodsboro a long time ago for a having a quiet life, and they got married. George wanted a brave woman who can release him from his neglecting and ungrateful mother's grasp. Sidney see George as Derek's second chance in life. Both wanted a strong person who can hug them and heal their scars. As Mary and Debbie Loomis are twins and genetically programed to hate girls who looks like Neve Campbell, Mary hates her both because of her own genetic programing and for killing her twin. A thickheaded Texan like Mary cannot stand the fact that Sidney will never bring her any grandchildren, and assumingly doesn't care that Sidney lost her womb after being almost murdered by her own cousin.