In the event that StyleDiary ain’t your thing, my theory is ComicVine could be definitely suited to your tastes. The site is from the equivalent CNET veterans that made the vehicle informal organization, Boompa, which we profiled back in June. ComicVine has a fundamentally the same as interface as the all around structured Boompa.
ComicVine is client produced, wiki-like substance. Each hero has their own page, with fundamental bio data just as a rundown of “powers, for example, keenness, super quality, and endurance. Here’s Spiderman, for instance. Superheroes can likewise be labeled by clients, and a conversation gathering is avalable too. The people group, however still little, is by all accounts dynamic.
Clients can make their own superhuman too. This person, for instance, has called himself “Spader-Man,” portrayed as “In the wake of being tapped delicately on the head by a radioactive scoop during a school field-outing to the nearby swap meet, Pietro Parkour ended up with extraordinary, non-brand name capable forces.” Users can likewise make their own blog inside the webpage.
The best part about the site is the total rankings of one hero v. another. Right now Superman is the highest level saint, trailed by The Hulk and afterward Spiderman. The rankings are client created by means of a “HotOrNot” type framework where two superheroes are put on screen, and the client votes to state who wins in a fight (see screen shot beneath).