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    Default How powerful would Composite Horror Slasher Villain be?

    If you had taken every Horror Slasher villain like Jason, Freddy, Mike, Leatherface, Chucky, Pinhead, Alien, etc. and meld them into one single being... how strong would they truly be?

    Bonus: Add in other Horror movie villains like Blob and The Thing to make it more interesting.

    What are the strongest characters or universes they can stomp?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullet Sniper View Post
    If you had taken every Horror Slasher villain like Jason, Freddy, Mike, Leatherface, Chucky, Pinhead, Alien, etc. and meld them into one single being... how strong would they truly be?

    Bonus: Add in other Horror movie villains like Blob and The Thing to make it more interesting.

    What are the strongest characters or universes they can stomp?
    Yeah, The Blob and The Thing combined alone is a terrifying concept, add in Jack Frost and now it can't even frozen. Freddy, Sutter Cane, Terror Toons, Pinhead, Leprechaun and The Djinn give it serious reality warping powers, it can pose as a human with no problem and rip people apart with just it's sheer strength alone due to all of the super strong slashers mixed in (Alien, Predators, Jason, Michael, Leatherface....Paul Bunyan.), it can eat souls to make itself stronger, can throw illusions at you, can regenerate with ease and infect other people with a touch. If we're adding in Death from the Final Destination Movies and various ghosts and spirit monsters, then it can be anywhere and kill while invisible and incorporeal.
    Honestly this thing would require Classic Strange or Cosmics to fight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy1 View Post
    Yeah, The Blob and The Thing combined alone is a terrifying concept, add in Jack Frost and now it can't even frozen. Freddy, Sutter Cane, Terror Toons, Pinhead, Leprechaun and The Djinn give it serious reality warping powers, it can pose as a human with no problem and rip people apart with just it's sheer strength alone due to all of the super strong slashers mixed in (Alien, Predators, Jason, Michael, Leatherface....Paul Bunyan.), it can eat souls to make itself stronger, can throw illusions at you, can regenerate with ease and infect other people with a touch. If we're adding in Death from the Final Destination Movies and various ghosts and spirit monsters, then it can be anywhere and kill while invisible and incorporeal.
    Honestly this thing would require Classic Strange or Cosmics to fight.
    Uhhhhhh.... Predator is not a horror slasher film by definition, he still belongs to the "Sci-Fi" and "Action" category. But good job in including Alien though, he fits both the Action, Sci-Fi, and Horror categories simultaneously.

    Also, what characters, verses, or even other composite "media" genres do you think they can solo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy1 View Post
    Yeah, The Blob and The Thing combined alone is a terrifying concept, add in Jack Frost and now it can't even frozen. Freddy, Sutter Cane, Terror Toons, Pinhead, Leprechaun and The Djinn give it serious reality warping powers, it can pose as a human with no problem and rip people apart with just it's sheer strength alone due to all of the super strong slashers mixed in (Alien, Predators, Jason, Michael, Leatherface....Paul Bunyan.), it can eat souls to make itself stronger, can throw illusions at you, can regenerate with ease and infect other people with a touch. If we're adding in Death from the Final Destination Movies and various ghosts and spirit monsters, then it can be anywhere and kill while invisible and incorporeal.
    Honestly this thing would require Classic Strange or Cosmics to fight.
    And Japanese Horror movies make this thing even worse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy1 View Post
    Yeah, The Blob and The Thing combined alone is a terrifying concept, add in Jack Frost and now it can't even frozen. Freddy, Sutter Cane, Terror Toons, Pinhead, Leprechaun and The Djinn give it serious reality warping powers, it can pose as a human with no problem and rip people apart with just it's sheer strength alone due to all of the super strong slashers mixed in (Alien, Predators, Jason, Michael, Leatherface....Paul Bunyan.), it can eat souls to make itself stronger, can throw illusions at you, can regenerate with ease and infect other people with a touch. If we're adding in Death from the Final Destination Movies and various ghosts and spirit monsters, then it can be anywhere and kill while invisible and incorporeal.
    Honestly this thing would require Classic Strange or Cosmics to fight.
    Pumpkinhead makes him demi invincible

    Pennywise, Killer Klowns, and Killjoy add ridiculous durability.

    The only thing taking this thing out is Franklin Richards or the Spectre, maybe the celestials too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Len Ikari145 View Post
    And Japanese Horror movies make this thing even worse.
    What are some of the most notable movies of that particular nation's cinematic genre? What are their best feats?

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    Well, you've got all sorts of psychic powers, ghost powers, reality warping, kaiju-size, alien tech, immortality, magic, shape shifting, curse infliction, enhanced movement. I dunno, composite horror monster could probably give your average Justice League a good fight. Make this the plot of a Grant Morrison JLA story. I'd buy it.

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    So would this composite allow Freddy's powers to be used in the real world(not just some like in Nightmare 2, but all of them)? Cause that would be pretty tough to beat by itself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan View Post
    So would this composite allow Freddy's powers to be used in the real world(not just some like in Nightmare 2, but all of them)? Cause that would be pretty tough to beat by itself.
    Honestly, just dream powers Freddy and cyborg Jason should let him rock up on a lot of street to mid-level superheroes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullet Sniper View Post
    What are some of the most notable movies of that particular nation's cinematic genre? What are their best feats?
    Japanese slasher horror isn't really a prominent thing. I don't think it would be of much use here. The Japanese tend to prefer supernatural horror and psychological/suspense horror, rather than monster-type villains with sharp weapons. And the ones who do have sharp weapons tend to be ordinary humans (Audition etc).

    The Grudge (Ju-On), The Ring (Ringu), Kuroneko, The Curse (Noroi) etc... they're all supernatural horrors, so they wouldn't be counted.

    To summarise: Japanese slasher horror probably wouldn't add anything to "Composite Horror Slasher Villain" that it doesn't already have.

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    It'd be like a class 10-20 brick with the ability to appear behind you, regenerate, and warp reality in the real world and the dream-world. Would House in the woods Gods be counted in this? Probably doesn't make much difference as to who this composite could beat, but it'd be a massive strength boost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marvel-Studios Rep View Post
    It'd be like a class 10-20 brick with the ability to appear behind you, regenerate, and warp reality in the real world and the dream-world. Would House in the woods Gods be counted in this? Probably doesn't make much difference as to who this composite could beat, but it'd be a massive strength boost.
    Cabin in the Woods?

    I'm not convinced we can call that "slasher horror" to begin with. The potential villains ranged from werewolves and a Pinhead rip-off to a unicorn and a merman. The ones who were actually utilised were zombies - and that's not really slasher horror by default.

    So I'd definitely say "no" to including the giant gods from that movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KJS View Post
    Cabin in the Woods?

    I'm not convinced we can call that "slasher horror" to begin with. The potential villains ranged from werewolves and a Pinhead rip-off to a unicorn and a merman. The ones who were actually utilised were zombies - and that's not really slasher horror by default.

    So I'd definitely say "no" to including the giant gods from that movie.
    And I'm not sure they would make that much difference anyways; all we know for sure about them is that they are really big.

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    So what's the strongest thing in Comics, Anime, or Sci-Fi they can defeat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullet Sniper View Post
    So what's the strongest thing in Comics, Anime, or Sci-Fi they can defeat?
    Probably virtually anything that sleeps and isn't fairly psychic, what with the whole Freddy Krueger thing letting them set dreams up where the victim doesn't have access to their usual power levels.

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