Absorbs powers and abilities from video games that he plays; generates a feedback field that disrupts electronics within 15 feet; computer genius.
Power lines give him headaches; microwaves give him nausea.
....justice and fair play.
"Okay, lecture's over — time for some Feedback!"
From Stan Lee's Supercomputer
Feedback is seeking to learn why he is progressively losing his memory.
I like this guy too. He's my second favorite after Major Victory. He seems really sincere :up
I like him too; you could tell he was really beating himself up for not noticing the little girl crying for help.
My very favorite is still Major Victory, but this guy is a close second.
I like him okay, but I'm not convinced I love him yet.
I lost some respect for him in the last episode. I needed to dock him points for making fun of Tyveculus like he did. You shouldn't have to put down your competitors like that, in what was already an unfortunate situation. That's not very sporting--it's certainly not the behavior of a Superhero!
He could still redeem himself though.
The more I see of him, I appreciate his earnestness and devotion to Stan Lee and the task of being a superhero. But he's sometimes a little too devoted; his crying jag kind of scared me last episode. And while Stan seemed truly touched, a little voice in the back of my mind cried Staaaaaaalkerrrrr...
I really like his catchphrase, I could see him saying that when a bad guy is doing his monologue :D
My real question is whether or not he's "for real" (in other words in earnest, since of course he's not really a superhero).
Several times now he's said EXACTLY the most tearjerking thing, or done EXACTLY the most stereotypical "hero" thing. While its true that could be because he read a lot of Stan Lee comics, it could also be because he's figured out its how to win this show.
Even his attempt to step back onto the block when Major Victory was eliminated seemed a bit like a "move".
I compare this to Nell--Fat Momma. Her moment in the bathroom actually seemed reasonably real. She saw this guy who seemed to take this so seriously and reacted to it. I'm just not sure yet if he really deserves it.
One more tidbit about this guy. He ain't TOO much of a geek/loner type. He's married to a comedienne/actress named Sarah Blevins.
Not only is HE on MySpace, but so is his wife: http://www.myspace.com/nomorepornmom
Yes - she was on the friends and family dissing episode and showed off his very messy office. I got so caught up in his 11 year old boy trying to please Dad that I forgot he's a computer guy with a family in the 'burbs.
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