The Knights of the Dinner Table are the current champions of this site, although only two-thirds of the membership has made an appearance. B.A. Felton typically serves as the GM of the group, while gaming legend Johnny Kizinski has moved away but is still a member in good standing with the Knights. As for Dr. Evil, he’s a key part of the rich history of this page. He’s the winner of the very first fight posted on this site and has already shown up in the Contest of Champions in a loss to the Tick. I had unofficially retired him, but like a bad penny, he keeps resurfacing.
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Dr. Evil is no stranger to this page, having fought against Dr. Doom, the Tick, and most recently Commando Cody. He is one of the most recurring combatants on the page by now. James Bond is the sophisticated British secret agent who has a pattern of killing villains far more competent than Doctor Evil and winding up in bed with such glamorous women as Plenty O’Toole, Kissy Suzuki, and of course Pussy Galore (seriously).
Doctor Evil is no stranger to this page, having already made multiple appearances, including the very first fight ever to grace this page against Doctor Doom. He’s an evil genius…well, an evil doctor. Commando Cody dates back to the 1950s, and is the second rocketman in serial history. He starred in three serials, Radar Men From the Moon, Zombies of the Stratosphere, and Commando Cody, Sky Marshall of the Universe. This fight draws largely from a parody version of him from a site called Twisted Mojo, which unfortunately seems to have disappeared these days.
The Tick is a big blue mom-and-apple-pie kind of guy. Super strength, nigh invulnerability, and some really fuzzy logic gives the Tick the edge when defending his home town of The City. You saw him clobber Superman in an earlier fight on this page. Doctor Evil went through six years of evil school just for the title of doctor. Like the Tick, he is a returning champion, having annihilated Dr. Doom in the very first fight I ever wrote. Austin Powers generally foils Dr. Evil’s plots to take over the world; we’ll see if the Tick can do the same. Continue reading
Dr. Doom is the Lord of Latveria, a small, out of the way country out in the middle of Europe. He has a long standing rivalry with the Fantastic Four and has been trying to take over the world for several decades. He remains one of the more formidable villains on Marvel Earth, although it’s somewhat of a wonder that Magneto hasn’t gotten pissed and torn his armored body apart. Dr. Evil has been the head of an evil organization since the 1960s and has been an evil doctor trying to take over the world for several decades. His most formidable foe has been the British secret agent Austin Powers. He has no super powers, but has many henchmen, such as the financial genius Number Two, his son Scott Evil, and his clone who is exactly one-eighth his size, Minime. Thanks to a recent time travel scheme, Dr. Evil has been left behind in 1969. This fight has been decades in the making. As Dr. Evil and Minime emerge from a cryogenic hibernation, they are none too happy to meet face to face with the Lord of Latveria… Continue reading