Mr. Fantastic Feathers, Canary Incredible

Mr. Fantastic Feathers, Canary Incredible

Easily survives the harshest tunnel gas.

His mellifluous chirping makes any damp a little brighter! You know... till the oxygen runs out.

Mr. Fantastic Feathers, Canary Incredible held the coveted title of Current Champ from Friday, April 04, 2008 to Monday, April 07, 2008, heartily vanquishing Carpal Tunneler to earn it. Unfortunately, brutal defeat came soon after, at the merciless hands of The Pyro.

This hero's magnaminous likeness was captured at the moment of glorious triumph by Kevin .

Audience

Quotes overheard while standing in the crowd that gathered to watch the carnage…

  1. Damn! I'm up so early because of an evil chirping bird!

    m | [ a ]
  2. Due to his hidden resistance to gaseous death, Mr. Feathers lures the Tunneler to his noxious doom!

    L | [ a ]
  3. But... what happens to Mr. Fantastic Feathers now that his carrier is death-gassed and he's stuck in a cage?

    Hopefully something fantastic and/or incredible.

    burt | [ a ]
  4. brilliant

    applejack | [ a ]
  5. What a terrific bird! His eyes... looks like he's flying high - on stupefying gasses.

    Gilles | [ a ]
  6. I agree with Burt. Unless, incredibly, Lord Byron Oxyde is having a reading nearby, he's not making it out of there.

    adam | [ a ]
  7. This is cool in an obscure kind of way! Sylvester will get that tweeting Canary!

    Mountain Gnome | [ a ]
  8. hahahahahaha, very creative!

    kevin nocoins | [ a ]
  9. This is awesome! The greatest since "Toothed wormhole" and "Space Hookers".

    Vitaly Belman | [ a ]
  10. At the risk of sounding like an idiot, I'm gonna be honest.

    I don't get it.

    Steven | [ a ]
  11. Well, Steven, ordinary cartoon canaries drop dead the moment they get a whiff of odorless poison gas, which serves as an early warning to miners. But what Carpal Tunneler didn't know is that Mr. FF is no ordinary canary! ...So the canary doesn't die, and he blunders right into the gas and cacks it. It's an awfully roundabout way to 'vanquish' someone, I know, but it's stylishly insidious.

    L | [ a ]
  12. from wikipedia:

    Canaries were once regularly used in coal mining as an early warning system. Toxic gases such as carbon monoxide and methane in the mine would kill the bird before affecting the miners. Because canaries tend to sing much of the time, they provided both a visual and audible cue in this respect.

    Gilles | [ a ]
  13. Oh. That makes sense.

    Thanks.

    Steven | [ a ]
  14. Brilliant!!! This is pure genius, I've not laughed this much in a loooong time!

    opspraak | [ a ]
  15. I like how people tend to put "Mister" in front of the names of pets. Especially old people.
    Perhaps defeated by the local Crazy Old Cat Lady?

    IGPDavid | [ a ]
  16. That poor canary's cage is far too small for it.

    anon | [ a ]
  17. LOL

    that is great

    feketefene | [ a ]

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