Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Russian Mutants

Well since this is the last blog I figure I'd talk about Russian mutants. I mean why not?

So our first mutant is Colossus who actually stole his name from the Greek kolossus, "large statue." He had the superability to turn his skin into a hard organic metal and was one of the strongest of the X-men. Like all Russians, he has a quiet, shy character and is honest and innocent. Also like all Russians, he has lost his entire family, including his sister and his love interest. He also feels it is his responsibility to use his abilities for the betterment of human and mutant-kind like any reasonable Russian would. Basically Colossus epitomizes the good Russian (are there any other kinds) I mean, his name is Piotr Nikolaievitch Rasputin. How more Russian can you get?

Our second mutant epitomizes the evil Russian. He's a murdering Russian raised in a small town of Siberia. That's right, it's Omega Red. Named Arkady Rossovich (another awesome Russian name) he killed people and then they tried to kill him but then discovered he was a mutant with superabilities and decided to make him a super soldier. Foolproof plan, eh? Well anyway, seems like he had regenerative abilities as well as the emission of death spores that killed people and stuff. The Russians in an arms race with the Americans made him to combat Captain America. So he's like Captain America only a serial killer, an agent of the KGB, and a crazy Russian. Like every evil Russian, he also is equipped with giant carbonadium whip-like tendrils that he can shoot out of his wrists. He uses his whips to mess people up. Also like all evil Russians, he is equipped with weird red armor and a funky hairstyle.

And that's it. Пожалуйста!

--Anders the Great.

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