Are Deathstroke and Big Boss the same man, or is there more to it than that?

For a number of years, I believed that the character known as Big Boss from the METAL GEAR video game series was modeled after three men: Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. ( Snake Plissken ( from John Carpenter’s ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK, starring Kurt Russell, in the title role, and Sean Connery’s character, John Mason, from Michael Bay’s THE ROCK ( ).

However, after Hideo Kojima (the creator of the METAL GEAR video game franchise) retconned the METAL GEAR video game series with the METAL GEAR SOLID series, and later changed the date of birth and back-story of Big Boss, I have to wonder if Kojima intentionally decided to model Big Boss after one of DC Comics’s best assassins, Deathstroke.

And if there is a connection between these two characters, then Slade Wilson (Deathstroke)’s wife, Adeline Kane ( and Marvel Comics’s female mercenary, Silver Sable ( ) could easily be seen as the templates used to create Big Boss’s mentor, The Boss (

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Is it possible that Howard Stark helped to found a small town in Oregon called EUREKA?



After reading this unique CAPTAIN AMERICA/EUREKA crossover story online (, watching CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE FIRST AVENGER (2011) (, and finding out that Howard Stark (, was a member, alongside Nathaniel Richards ( – Reed Richards’s (Mister Fantastic of the Fantastic Four) father), of a secret order known as the Brotherhood of The Shield ( and, I am left with four questions:

  1. Is it possible that Howard Stark secretly helped Trevor Grant (, Albert Einstein (, and Vannevar Bush (, the head of the OSRD (, secure funding for the Eureka Charter (
  2. Did Howard Stark’s involvement with the Brotherhood of The Shield lead to the reorganization of the U.S. wartime agency known as the Strategic Scientific Reserve ( into the post-wartime intelligence and law enforcement agency known as S.H.I.E.L.D. ( after World War 2, as well as to the formation of the protective service unit that guards Warehouse 13 (
  3. If Howard Stark was a founder of the town of Eureka, Oregon, is this revelation the reason why the existence of the (deceased?) former Director of Operations at Global Dynamics (, Nathan Stark (, Howard’s first son from a previous relationship, and the older half-brother of Anthony Stark (, was kept secret until recently?
  4. And finally, if there are any ties between Global Dynamics and Stark Industries, what are they?

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From METAL GEAR RAY to the Orbital Frames – Linking METAL GEAR SOLID and ZONE OF THE ENDERS

For years, I have had a theory that Hideo Kojima’s two video game franchises, Metal Gear Solid and Zone of the Enders, were part of the same universe, but were set at different times in the Kojima universe.

It is highly possible that the design specifications for Metal Gear Ray ( were used after the events of METAL GEAR SOLID 4: THE GUNS OF THE PATRIOTS (

Many years later, this design evolved and was used in the BAHRAM-sanctioned program, Project Idolo ( and

The Orbital Frame program (, in conjunction with the Metatron Ore program ( later gave rise to the creation of powerful Orbital Frame units.

See also: , ,


Orbital Frames:

Dolores (,

Anubis (,

Jehuty (,

and Neith (

Furthermore, there might exist a familial link between the former child soldier known as Jack/Raiden ( and Dingo Egret (

Perhaps Dingo Egret is a direct descendant of Jack/Raiden through his son, Jack.

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Could GIGANTOR (TETSUJIN 28-GO), GIANT ROBO, and BIG O exist in the same universe?…

Since many are talking about the new Giant Robot-based genre film, PACIFIC RIM, I have been re-watching the old Japanese classic anime series, GIGANTOR (Tetsujin 28-go) (, as well as the GIANT ROBO OVA (, and Big O (, and I have to wonder after watching these three anime series if they take place in the same universe, but at different times…

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A Tale of Two Rivers

Perhaps the pairing shown above happened toward the end of SERENITY.

Maybe River Tam wasn’t the only one in that room against the Reavers.

That might explain why River Song later on took on the Miranda P(?) aliases.

In particular: .

Moreover, maybe the Order of the Silence, under Madam Kovarian, were responsible for the creation of the ultra-secret organization known as Blue Sun.

And through Blue Sun, The Silence were perhaps able to kidnap and condition young River Tam into the perfect weapon against The Doctor, just in case Melody Pond (River Song) failed in her mission.

Lastly, Badger could be the descendant of Canton Everett Delaware, III, who other than being a smuggler, might be acting as a double agent for the Time Agency, instructed to keep tabs on Ms. Tam.

Meaning that there might be something to this picture: .

Who knows?

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Doc Dare: One part Bernice “Bernie” Reinstein, alias “Joanna Dare,” and another part, Patricia Clarke Wildman

The identity of the adventuress known as “Doc Dare,” is, in fact, made up of two unique women:

Dr. Bernice “Bernie” Reinstein, later renamed “Dr. Joanna Dare” by the U.S. government. Bernice was tasked by the U.S. Army to head up Project Gladiator, to replicate the chemical serum used by the late biologist/chemist, Dr. Abednego Danner, to turn his then unborn son, Hugo Danner, into a “superman.”

Bernice was the daughter of Dr. Josef Reinstein, the lead scientist of Project Rebirth, and the creator of the Super-Soldier Serum that later turned a scrawny man named Steven Grant Rogers into the first acknowledged Super-Soldier of World War II, Captain America (see Bernice appeared in the two-part Dark Horse comic miniseries “The Shadow and Doc Savage: The Case of the Shrieking Skeletons”. In the story, Bernice located and enlisted Dr. Clark Savage, Jr., also known as Doc Savage (or in the Wold Newton Universe, Dr. James Clarke Wildman, Jr., also known as Doc Wildman), to help find her father. I submit that soon after the conclusion of this adventure, Doc Savage helped Bernice and her father safely relocate to the United States.

However, and intentionally, the occupation and skill level of Bernice Reinstein was omitted from this story. Bernice was a trained biologist and chemist. Perhaps trained by her own father. The U.S. Army became aware of this fact, and having her father tasked with creating the Super-Soldier Serum, they “invited” Bernice to head up Project Gladiator. U.S. Army Intelligence had kept detailed records concerning a certain former U.S. Army officer who fought in World War I. He had originally fought in the war as a Legionaire of the French Foreign Legion. He made a name for himself as a sort of “super-soldier” during this war. The U.S. Army could find no records of his existence following his disappearance in the early 1920’s. His last known location was somewhere inside the Yucatan Peninsula.

While tasked with finding a serum to replicate the “Danner effect,” Bernice, inadvertently, created a tuning solution that unknowingly linked with a Time Distorter device that allowed time travelers to temporarily occupy the “biospace” of someone from the past. The first known case of the Time Distorter phenomenon is when award-winning author, Philip Jose Farmer, temporarily exchanged places with the real life analogue of the character known as Phileas Fogg, in the novel “The Other Log of Phileas Fogg,” that, ironically, was written by Farmer. Therefore, this unique chemical solution brings the final part of the superhuman known as “Doc Dare”: Patricia Clarke Lupin Wildman, the daughter of the true Man of Bronze, Doc Wildman (Savage).

Patricia’s life has been chronicled by Philip Jose Farmer and Win Scott Eckert in the erotic/gothic novel, “The Evil In Pemberley House.” The novel is tied to the family of Fitzwilliam Darcy, and his wife, Elizabeth Bennett, whose lives were chronicled in Jane Ausen’s classic novel, “Pride and Prejudice.” Long story short, in 1973, shortly after the apparent deaths of Patricia’s parents in a plane crash, and the murder of her first husband at her father’s mental rehabilitation center, Patricia is notified that she is in line to inherit the Pemberley House Estate in England, and the title of Baroness of Lambton. Upon surviving attempts on her life by bank robbers and devious members of the estate, Patricia inherits the estate and the title of Baroness.

Sometime, in her future, Patricia will be repeatedly, and temporarily, displaced from her life in the 1970’s, and taken to the 1930’s and 1940’s.

Surprisingly, this will only happen when Bernice has sexual intercourse.

However, the first travel to the past occurred six months after Bernice injested the chemical solution to survive death after the notorious Nazi spy, Agent D, and her henchmen, tied up, interrogated, and left Bernice for dead, as the building she was trapped in was rigged to explode.

It is my belief that the trigger for this temporal transference is the sexual fixation on one man: Doc Wildman (Savage).

I submit that Bernice was fixated on the man who saved her and her father, with the assistance of Kent Allard, also known as The Shadow. And I believe that, in time, Bernice realized the part her former fiance, Paul, played in the Shrieking Skeletons incident. Out of anger at her departed fiance, who did not survive the incident, and her own awe at Doc himself, her admiration for Doc became sexual in nature. Another particular woman of note suffered from a similar fixation. And because of that unique and disturbing link, the superhuman adventuress known as “Doc Dare” was born.

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A Theory on the Origin of the Time Lords

This crossover incorporates these sources:

the Back To The Future film trilogy – ;

the Secret Adventures of Jules Verne television miniseries – ;

the Doctor Who television series – ;

the Indiana Jones film series – ;

and the James Bond film series – .

The Time Lords are the descendants of a secret society of Earth-based time travelers led by Doctor Emmett Lanthrop Brown and his wife, the former Clara Clayton.

The Time Lords included The Time Traveler from H.G. Wells’s “The Time Machine,” and Dr. Moses Nebogipfel from H.G. Wells’s “The Chronic Argonauts.”

This group found Gallifrey in the distant past, and settled there with their families.

Therefore, the first three Doctors of the original series of Doctor Who were the sons of this illustrious couple.

The First Doctor was, in fact, the couple’s third child, Martin McFly Brown.

The Second Doctor was their second child, Verne Brown.

And the Third Doctor was their first child, Jules Brown, who I believe may have been the Jules Verne chronicled in the Hallmark television miniseries, “The Secret Adventures of Jules Verne.”

From these three men, the future Doctors descend.

By the way, in my theory, the line of descent for the Doctors goes like this:

The First Doctor-

The Fifth Doctor (son)

The Eighth Doctor (son)

The Tenth Doctor (grandson, son of The Fifth Doctor)

The Second Doctor-

The Seventh Doctor (son)

The Eleventh Doctor (grandson, son of The Seventh Doctor)

The Third Doctor-

The Fourth Doctor (son)

The Sixth Doctor (son)

The Ninth Doctor (grandson, son of The Fourth Doctor)

What is commonly known as regenerations, are in fact, teleportations between Doctors using genetic memory.

Long story short, when the time came for the Eleventh Doctor to arrive, he meets the time lost daughter of Rory Williams and his wife, and the former Amelia Pond, named Melody Pond, later known as River Song.

She had Time Lord “DNA”, or an affinity to temporal teleportational energy, that she inherited from her paternal grandfather, Brian Williams, also known as The Master in hiding after The End of Time.

In time, The Eleventh Doctor and River Song got married, and had children of their own.

The first of whom is their son, Henry.

He along with his younger twin brothers, Martin and Seamus, were hidden from enemies of their parents, and split up in 19th century Great Britain.

Henry was placed with a middle aged childless couple known as the Jones in Scotland.

He will later grow up to be a professor of Medieval Literature, Professor Henry Walton Jones, Sr.

He and his wife had a son who would later become a professor of Archaeology, Professor Henry Walton Jones, Jr., also known as Indiana Jones.

It is from this line that James Bond descends.


James Bond is the product of a brief illicit affair between Henry Jones, Sr. and Mrs. Bond, the former Monique Delacroix, around Valentine’s Day 1920.

This affair began when Henry came to Geneva, Switzerland to find artifacts concerning his hunt for the elusive Holy Grail.

James Bond was born on November 11, 1920, nearly nine months after his parents’ rendezvous.

In his blood, Bond also has Time Lord “DNA”.

As far as Martin’s and Seamus’s story goes, the twin brothers were placed in the care of another middle aged childless couple known as the McFlys in Ireland.

The life path of the brothers was revealed by Seamus to his great great grandson, Martin “Marty” McFly in Back To The Future, Part III. Seamus’s twin brother, Martin, was killed in a brawl in a saloon in Virginia City, before the McFly family settled in Hill Valley, California.

It is from Seamus’s line that Marty and his father, George, descend.


George McFly is the spitting image of his ancestor, the Eleventh Doctor.

This means that Marty McFly was traveling with his great grandfather (Doc Brown) from many generations, as well as being the namesake of the First Doctor. I know, “Wibbly Wobbly, Timey Wimey!”

Furthermore, Dr. Moses Nebogipfel/Doctor Omega acts as The Other in this version of the Time Lords.

He is, in fact, Martin McFly Brown as a young man, and as an old man, helping his father, all the while keeping his identity secret from his father, The Time Traveler, and other members of the Time Lord Society.

He is there to make sure the colony succeeds.

Just as Rassilion, Omega, and the Other were the founders of the Time Lords in the Doctor Who proper chronology, Doc Brown, The Time Traveler, and Dr. Nebogipfel/Omega are the founders of the Time Lord Society who colonize Gallifrey.

Original Doctor Who Triumvirate:

BTTF/SAJV/DW/IJ/JB Triumvirate:

As far as the multiple James Bonds go, I have determined that the five Bonds are either the descendants of the Sean Connery James Bond coming through time to succeed him, or they are alternate universe versions of the Connery James Bond. We never see him “regenerate”. However, much like the Tom Baker Fourth Doctor, the Roger Moore Third Bond stayed much longer than his predecessors and successors.

The First Doctor as a young man, perhaps?…

A character from our upcoming graphic novel, THE CHRONIC ARGONAUTS:


Nebogipfel is a bright inventor who considers himself ahead of his time. His time travelling machine, the Chronic Argo, was created to help him find a “Golden Age.” Eccentric, and almost care-free, the Doctor’s actions get him and his companion into more than a little trouble while on their adventure.

The process by which the “regeneration”/teleportation occurs between Doctors is very similar to the Animus machine from the Assassins Creed video game series: .

In fact, I wouldn’t be surprised if the Animus machine is retroengineered Time Lord technology in the hands of the .

This is the livejournal entry that inspired my theory: .

I’m wondering if Marry Poppins could the First Doctor’s estranged wife, traveling on her own, of course: .

And Willy Wonka maybe another son of the First Doctor who opted out of joining the “family business.”

A family reunion of sorts: .

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Peter Cushing’s Doctor Who is Nikola Tesla!

Peter Cushing’s Doctor Who is Nikola Tesla!

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