Comic Adventures Mux

Comic Adventures MUX is a two grid game that is all about comic books and comic characters from the DC, Marvel, and G.I. Joe universes. We opened officially on April 16, 2010.
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DC/Marvel: Age of Infinite Heroes
The World in Crisis
Two worlds opened eyes and found most of its heroes gone. Supervillains begot destruction and terror. Police took up arms and the Military marched as the U.S. panicked. The U.N. hid as HYDRA greedily reached out its tentacles and S.H.I.E.L.D. took the war to the worldwide streets.

Earth-M161 wished upon stars for heroes, and the Atlanteans fearing for their cities demise rose from the waters. The supervillains quaked in fear, and Magneto rose above Genosha to save the world as darkness descended. Wicked armored monsters with insect wings began to bury the world.

New Earth prayed on knees for heroes, and the Amazons gave a rallying cry and picked up arms even as the Atlanteans rose to find their King. The supervillain teams called a truce in fear before the dark mass. Still, the winged black metal beasts did not stop coming.

There is a flash of light that burned away the darkness in the worlds and seared the souls of all in existence. The world, no, existence was changed.

The Heroes in Chaos

The Labyrinth summoned all who would threaten the plans of its masters. Here, the heroes fought against the coming slaughter. With battle cries, the heroes fought not only for their lives, but to find sense.

Was it in vain? Victors in war, a broken world found; New Earth and Earth-M161 were one. Heroes once loved now faced fear and hatred; even the Justice League turns to the U.N. Now discovered is the meta-human and those that honor their heroes with memorials and museums; the Friends of Humanity rage and mutants are shown hope.

Still, the world population barely increased even as new cities such as Metropolis and Gotham City appeared. Society struggles to restructure as two histories became reality, and the U.S. politics erupt in chaos with the appearance of supporters of meta-humans.

The battles the heroes suffered felt like an Infinite War. Remaining unchanged, they stand as a beacon for the hurting masses in this new age, an Age of Heroes with infinite possibilities and dangers.

G.I. Joe: Yo Joe!

Yo Joe! is based on the G.I. Joe animated TV series. It only uses the first following releases: G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero: The M.A.S.S. Device (1983), G.I. Joe: The Revenge of Cobra (1984), G.I. Joe: The Pyramid of Darkness (1985), and G.I. Joe: Season 1 (1985) with the comics as supplemental material (providing back story, additional characters and so on). There are three different types of characters: G.I. Joe, Cobra and Civilian. OCs are welcomed. It is a player driven grid, so staff is not responsible for generating plot.

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