The Geek House Draft Challenge #1
The Four Horsemen
The Challenge: Cast the modern day Four Horsemen to ride rampant and majestically on the WWE.
The Rules: 1) No former Horsemen
2) A wrestler from any promotion in the world is eligible
3) Only active, full time, and current wrestlers are eligible
(meaning no part-timers like Lesnar or even Cena, no retirees like Bryan, no potentially capable wrestlers like Punk)
4) Ric Flair is the manager
Brian's Horsemen: (clockwise from top left) Jack Swagger, Cesaro, Neville, and Chris Jericho
Casey's Horsemen: (clockwise from top left) Michael Elgin, ECIII, The Revival - Dash Wilder and Scott Dawson
The Geek House Draft Challenge #3
5 Desired X-Men Titles
The Challenge: You are the X-Men line editor at Marvel tasked with rebooting/relaunching/rehashing/redoing/rereing the X-Men and related ongoing titles. Come up with 5 and their basic concept.
The Rules: At least two of the titles have to be team or ensemble books.
|Back to basics approach featuring brighter, funnier stories. Original cast.|
|Featuring the original five X-Men: Cyclops, Jean Grey, Beast, Iceman, and Angel|
|Set in the future mostly, able to watch time get changed. Cable and Bishop featured as member, foils, allies, whatever.|
Storm and Wolverine:
|Storm and Wolverine run the mutant school together and split their time searching the world for new mutants to teach.|
X-Men - Villains:
|A title covering the fertile ground of the X-Men's rogues gallery.|
|Flagship title featuring a rotating cast. The most super-hero-y of the bunch.|
|The young outlaws of the X-Men world. Castoffs from all the best 'young X-Men' books unite.|
|Starring what should be the lovable and wonderful Hank McCoy. Not the weak, traitorous, hypocritical character Marvel has running around being a complete loser these days.|