History YMMV / MightyMax

29th May '17 8:07:03 PM valhallaerikson
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** Exactly how many children Freako The Clown kidnapped? Calculate that and the ones who weren't lucky enough to be saved by Max.
5th Apr '17 10:14:40 AM ACW
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** Spike was a psychotic BloodKnight who definitely WouldHurtAChild. Ten Thousand years in the past, Spike led a pack of barbarians to attack a peaceful village when the heroic Norman was just a boy. Refusing offers of peace, Spike brutally attacked and killed Norman's unarmed father before attempting to kill Norman himself. Things went wrong and Spike was buried under the snow for the next 10,000 years, but not before gleefully saying he'd find the boy, kill him and eat his heart. In the present, Spike is no less savage and continues his battle with the now adult Norman until he is defeated. Spike is so evil that Norman feels absolutely fine killing him after Spike has already been defeated, and nobody bothers to complain.
** [[MorallyAmbiguousDoctorate Dr. [=MacDougal=]]] is the first fully human villain to qualify. A MadScientist who discovered the existence of werewolves, along with the fact they were peaceful guardians of Scotland.She captured the pack and hooked them up in a rather unpleasant situation where their blood was painfully extracted into a formula for her. After drinking it, [=MacDougal=] would achieve the ability to transform herself and used it solely to kill innocent people, becoming the scourge of the highlands. When Max, a ten year old, stumbled upon her lair, Macdougal locks him inside and takes her formula so she can kill him, gleefully referring to him as "Breakfast."

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** Spike from season 1's "Norman's Conquest" was a psychotic BloodKnight who definitely WouldHurtAChild. Ten Thousand years in the past, Spike led a pack of barbarians to attack a peaceful village when the heroic Norman was just a boy. Refusing offers of peace, Spike brutally attacked and killed Norman's unarmed father before attempting to kill Norman himself. Things went wrong and Spike was buried under the snow for the next 10,000 years, but not before gleefully saying he'd find the boy, kill him and eat his heart. In the present, Spike is no less savage and continues his battle with the now adult Norman until he is defeated. Spike is so evil that Norman feels absolutely fine killing him after Spike has already been defeated, and nobody bothers to complain.
** [[MorallyAmbiguousDoctorate Dr. [[MadScientist Professor [=MacDougal=]]] is from season 1's "Werewolves of Dunngeglen," the first fully human villain to qualify. A MadScientist who qualify, discovered the existence of werewolves, along with the fact they were peaceful guardians of Scotland.Scotland. She captured the pack and hooked them up in a rather unpleasant situation where their blood was painfully extracted into a formula for her. After drinking it, [=MacDougal=] would achieve the ability to transform herself and used it solely to kill innocent people, becoming the scourge of the highlands. When Max, a ten year old, stumbled upon her lair, Macdougal locks him inside and takes her formula so she can kill him, gleefully referring to him as "Breakfast."
16th Feb '17 7:36:56 AM asten
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* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: The Soundtrack is REALLY good, especially the opening theme.
13th Oct '16 1:16:42 AM CaptainTedium
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%%* MagnificentBastard: Skullmaster.

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%%* * MagnificentBastard: Skullmaster. Skullmaster is a truly cunning villain. At one point, he even arranges to have Max use up a powerful spell to ensure that the boy defeating him is less likely to happen.
* NarmCharm: When we see the previous Mighty One with Virgil what we see is a Greek warrior dressed in battle attire and a 90's baseball cap. It should look ridicules but the weight the Cap carries is so great that it transcends being a mere baseball cap and makes him look like someone that should be called the Mighty One.
28th Sep '16 6:26:00 AM CaptainTedium
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** The visibility of the portals may be a case of DependingOnTheWriter. Max is clearly able to see the portals in "Dawn of the Conqueror".
14th Feb '16 10:36:18 AM AsherTye
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** Made worse because it's hinted that the portals are all one way. When Virgil and Norman used Max to get them to Greece so Norman could take his immortality trials, they took a rather convoluted path, only pushing Max himself through the final portal so he'd wouldn't have to be present if Norman lost. Max, being Max, determined to go back, but had to use the same chain of portals from before, rather than leap back through the portal that had sent him home.
9th Jan '16 9:34:19 PM SirSapphire
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* GeniusBonus: The concept of Lemuria comes primarily from Helena Blavotsky's ''The Secret Doctrine'', published in 1888, in which she describes Lemurians as darkly colored, non-mammalian, and reproducing via eggs. So it makes sense that the Lemurian Virgil would be a bird. It doesn't explain Skullmaster, unless he's Lemurian by nationality and not by ethnicity.

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* GeniusBonus: The concept of Lemuria comes primarily from Helena Blavotsky's ''The Secret Doctrine'', published in 1888, in which she describes Lemurians as darkly colored, non-mammalian, and reproducing via eggs. So it makes sense that the Lemurian Virgil would be a bird. It doesn't explain Skullmaster, unless he's Lemurian by nationality and not by ethnicity. Or he did... ''something'' to himself after betraying them.
3rd Dec '15 5:55:54 AM wrm5
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* FridgeHorror: The portals themselves. It's ludicrously easy for Max or anyone who happens to be near Max to blunder into them, especially since the portals are said to be invisible ([[VisibleInvisibility except to the audience]]). At the very least we've ''seen'' Max and some of his friends blunder into them. The fact that Max could just blunder into a portal and end up on the other side of the planet is already pretty scary, but now consider that some of the portals lead to places like over the open ocean (or at the bottom of it, one is said to go to the bottom of the Marianas Trench), or to the center of the Earth, or even into outer space. Yeah... imagine, just walking past some kid on the street and suddenly you find yourself halfway past Jupiter.
21st Mar '15 12:39:42 PM wrm5
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* GeniusBonus: The concept of Lemuria comes primarily from Helena Blavotsky's ''The Secret Doctrine'', published in 1888, in which she describes Lemurians as darkly colored, non-mammalian, and reproducing via eggs. So it makes sense that the Lemurian Virgil would be a bird. It doesn't explain Skullmaster, unless he's Lemurian by nationality and not by ethnicity.
11th Mar '15 8:57:07 AM erforce
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* HilariousInHindsight: How does a race of highly evolved, technologically superior brain-sucking aliens store their plans for an invasion of earth? On ''a floppy disk.'' Said disk can also be reprogrammed (by a teenager no less) to cause the entire ship to self destruct, which sounds similar to a certain [[IndependenceDay film]] that involved uploading a virus into an alien mothership.
* MagnificentBastard: Skullmaster.

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* HilariousInHindsight: How does a race of highly evolved, technologically superior brain-sucking aliens store their plans for an invasion of earth? On ''a floppy disk.'' Said disk can also be reprogrammed (by a teenager no less) to cause the entire ship to self destruct, which sounds similar to a certain [[IndependenceDay [[Film/IndependenceDay film]] that involved uploading a virus into an alien mothership.
* %%* MagnificentBastard: Skullmaster.
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