That's right, bitches. I've been talking about him since I got here, and I've finally got the lion's share of the scans together to make this thing happen. This thing is going to go chronologically, and is going to be sorted by scenes, instead of by powers displayed, because he tends to put several to use in each showing. Fair warning: there are going to be a TON of scans by the time I'm done, 56K-ers beware.
The person who threw the knife is a friend of Majestic's named Savant. It's her who yells at Union for blacking out so much of Washington.
Next one is one of my favorites from WildCats. Majestic and crew are being attacked by the building itself. After scanning on a molecular level, Maj decides he needs to go build some shit. In the VERY NEXT PAGE, he's back. He's researched and built (twice, since he had to change the plans) a brand new piece of technology almost instantly. Note how he describes the time spent in nanoseconds and thousandths of a second. http://img74.imageshack.us/my.php?i...uilding18dr.jpg http://img142.imageshack.us/my.php?...uilding25rr.jpg http://img142.imageshack.us/my.php?...uilding38oc.jpg
After WildCats ended, Majestic went off with Savant, who is an archaeologist, and a Kheran like Majestic (though nowhere NEAR as powerful). In the third issue of the series, they get sent to an alternate reality. This Earth is heavy in magic users, and has been taken over by an immortal sorceress named Tapestry. There is a small resistance group, who Majestic and Co. meet. Before Majestic showed up, they were basically surviving. With him there, they launch on offensive on Tapestry's base.
Having flown under his own power outside the Milky Way galaxy, he faces the Alien Entity that sent the probe. It tries to identify the solar system but doesn't recognise it and leaves. Majestic then turns around and flies back home. And he's back in... well, it's hard to say for certain, but it's less than a year.
Whew. Okay. The next few issues, while entertaining, don't have much in the way of dazzling feats. Still, I did snag this little eyesight feat: Detects the radiation of an active nuclear warhead in the Time-displaced first atomic bomb. http://img141.imageshack.us/my.php?image=senses27im.jpg
Next, we have issue five. Having detected a prisonship heading towards Earth, Majestic goes to investigate. Unfortunately, he's so busy with the inmates that he can't stop the thing from crashing to Earth. http://img53.imageshack.us/my.php?i...aceship10ww.jpg
Note how he says they crashed at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro. That info will be pertinent later.
He takes a prisonship out past Pluto in less than two and half hours (the ship would self-destruct within 2.5 hours according to Desmond/the ship computer and destroy the planet with it) Again, flight under own power. And, for everyone's info, Pluto is anywhere from 4 to 7 light hours away. So Maj was running at least twice the speed of light. And that is a a VERY low and the least likely estimate. http://img138.imageshack.us/my.php?...aceship50qi.jpg
Remember how I said to keep in mind that it landed near Kilimanjaro? Well, Mt. Kilimanjaro is one of the highest/largest mountains on Earth. And the ship was of comparable size. So Majestic moved a bona fide mountain-sized object at multiples of light speed.
In Majestic 7, Maj fights a villain who tries to spray a city with temporal particles to send it back to the Stone Age. Majestic breaths in all the particles and flies away into outer space.The villain rants:"I spent my life savings on this prototype. Now it's....."
In outer space, he passes Mars and Jupiter, but the dust starts to hurt him. He's then contacted by the Universals, a race of god-like entities who talk to him in his mind in an Alice in Wonderland kind of mindscape. They tell him of his destiny and Majestic wakes up, Saturn in the background. He gets up and flies back to Earth.
On Earth the villain rants: "... life savings on this prototype. Now it's just a worthless pile of junk! This is not chaos-charisma in action! This is anti-sophistication." At that point Majestic flies in at high speed, grabs the villain and locks him in a police car.
This marks the end of the series, in which Majestic joins the Universals (basically abstract godlike heroes that protect reality itself) by ascending to a higher state of being. I'd post that, but there are really no specific feats and the art is horrid. That's all for tonight. Next time, we see Majestic's shenanigans in the DCU!
Last edited by Khellendros on Feb 2nd, 2006 at 09:12 AM
In that last scan, does it actually have any panels of him flying to Saturn? I don't see where it says it shows it, just him flying off into the distance.
And needless to say, time traveling dust he inahaled could also be an explanation.
I am God's mighty fist. I am God's strength made manifest.
Sig by: Skeets, S.S, thesilverspider, Sir SKEETS Alot
Stardust,BRB and Silver Surfer routinely destroy planets in their battles. Try reading stormbreaker arc, you'll see Stardust manipulate reality itself to form a black hole which is greater than anything majestic did. Fair enough your obviously lacking in information, so ill take it easy.
Last edited by Maestro on Feb 2nd, 2006 at 08:36 PM
But at least some of that can be attributed to time spent building gos knows how many satellites, huge building sized systems for keeping the poles and tides steady, the holographic screen and the moon-towing ship. And he also had to cooredinate with various world governments, so that they could do their best to distract the world's populace while he worked.
Gracias to you too.
So, time constraints are keeping me from going through the newest Majestic series as fast as I would like. I wanted to post all my scans in one big burts, but I may just do the first couple issues just to have something to put in here...
Urk. I totally forgot that I uploaded Maj's DC appearances already. Lemme get those up.
So, for some reason, Majestic has been transplanted into the DC universe. This coincides with Superman having mysteriously disappeared. After rescuing Lois, he displays a very impressive use for his Kheran sense of smell. Detects a difference in the atomic structure of things. With his nose. Oh, and he also senses that the timestorm is f*cking up causality. Finally, he hears people in the city screaming. http://img95.imageshack.us/my.php?image=senses10xh.jpg
Next scan shows the scope of the thing he's holding (note the tiny people/vehicles on the ground). Maj then displays his impressive senses when he tells a firefighter that time is dilating. Four-dimensional senses, people. Is also able to see the kirlian auras of people. Do a Google search if you don't know what a kirlian aura is. http://img66.imageshack.us/my.php?i...erman0061yp.jpg
Next issue. Eradicator, Steel2 and Superboy are going to take a high-tech "bomb" the original Steel created in hopes that it will "blow out" the timestorm. With one glance at the machine, Majestic told them it wouldn't work and wasn't even necessary, basically disagreeing with everyone else. Before he could tell them why, Eradicator shot him in the back with the Phantom zone projector, trapping him there. Majestic gets out, and gives chase. He isn't happy. http://img147.imageshack.us/my.php?...perman061ge.jpg
Now that he's strong enough to be more than an annoyance, Maj gets serious. Cuts the big suit open with one blast and then REPROGRAMS Eradicator with his laser vision, manipulating photons to do so. Kryptonian tech = Majestros' *****. http://img69.imageshack.us/my.php?i...sticdc128ho.jpg
The rest of the series is Majestic trying to live a normal life on Earth and taking on a monster that came to DC Earth with him. Eradicator shows up and helps Majestic get home, which leads to the first issue of the current Wildstorm series which, as I said, I'm still going through.
Last edited by Khellendros on Feb 7th, 2006 at 08:14 AM