Anyone else here constantly fantasize about training to be a superhero? What kind of routine would you envision for yourself if you had an endless pool of resources at your disposal?
Extreme amounts of running for chasing criminals and keeping cardio strong to fight crime all night
A lot of lat work and climbing, need to be able to effortlessly pull yourself up a wall or a rope and throw yourself over obstacles
MMA gym for a constant stream of scrubs to practice against all day
Anavar + Testosterone + Insane amounts of EPO
Could Cap even beat Spidey? I know Spiderman basically idolizes the dude, but I'm pretty sure he could OHKO Cap without any real trouble if he weren't jobbing like he normally does 99% of the time.
>drugged solider who fights for his country
>alien with laser beams
>alien with telepathy
>woman from an ancient order of warriors
>nigger in a thong
>furry with super strength
>loli tsundere psychic
>salaryman who went bald from intense training
Why are Japanese heroes so much better
I used to constantly do this in middle school and early high school. I'd fantasize about how great my life would be if by some miraculous occurrence I got superpowers and instead of being the awkward kid with autism I became the mysterious dangerous hot guy all the ladies swooned over and all the guys were jealous of. I would use people in my life especially my oneitis's as characters in this mental fan fiction. I realized how fucked up and pathetic this was when I got into high school and realized I was planning on scenarios that would never take place that relied on the prerequisite hypothetical premise of me saving the school from a shooting by stopping bullets with my mind and beating the attacker to death with a metal door handle I ripped off a door to the nearest classroom, ensuring the safety of my classmates, and coming back to my school after being commandeered by some special ops government program that tested my powers before sending me and a team of mutant assassins to decimate Americas enemies. That's when I decided I would never fantasize about anything that couldn't possibly happen to me without hard work and dedication on my own part instead of stupid fantasies about being some kind of new age antihero teen. That's when I decided to make it my goal to be a body builder. If I'd never be a super human, I could come close to looking like one.
I find it weird that performance enhancing drugs are never used by superheroes, particularly ones like Batman. Occasionally a character might use one, but it always results in them turning into a bad guy until they stop using it.
It's occurred to me. First I need a list of people that have failed my city. And you know, to have any ability whatsoever to pull it off. Billion dollars would be nice too.
Rorschach from Watchmen. He is a no way a superhero - he (and almost everybody else from Watchmen) relies on their own strength, not on some flimsy magical power. Yeah, he's a bit of a nutter, but his heart is in the right place.
Holy shit brah...
You may have the muscle, but you need a good personality.
I don't think girls would "swoon" over a mass of muscle with no personality.
Uhm, would you look at this coincidence of a thread. It just so happens that I can't find any goal in my life that would give me a sense of worth and purpose. I've always wanted to help people in some way and now at 19 years of age I just can't think of a job I could lovingly go to besides this. Any advice ?
Just work out a ton and learn at least 5 martial arts while capitalizing on one and finding others that flow well with it
Train regularly until you're extremely disciplined then go to the ghetto and save dames until you get shot (which would probably happen relatively fast) at which point you'd go back to your normal life satisfied that you did SOMETHING good (unless you die). fact is, only guns have any place in the world of fighting now, unfortunately, life isn't a movie. Imagination is really a wonderful thing though, probably would've offed myself if I didn't have a creative mind to retreat into.
Probably because you don't speak Japanese, so you only hear about Japanese media in the instances that it's so good someone is inspired to translate and edit the whole thing for your consumption.