What if every president in America's rich history squared off in a no-holds-barred tournament of death? What if, in the interests of expanding the field to an easy-to-handle 64, the presidents were joined by a select group of fictional presidents, all vying for the title of Supreme Commander in Chief? This blog attempts to answer those questions with humor, irreverence, and hopefully without major bloodshed between the two authors.
Crushing Defeat for Some, Miniature American Flags for Others!
Okay, "crushing" is maybe a bit of a reach, but still, there will be partying in the streets of Earth Capital this weekend as Kang celebrates another victory.
Party details are minimal, as no one knows where Earth Capital is.
Monroe vs. Kang
Voting was close all week, with Monroe hanging tough, but never quite breaking through. In the end, Kang eked out a victory, and a trip to the third round. Interestingly, the commentariat was solidly behind Monroe:
Yes... so to speak.
Kang will be ringing in 2012 with his Round of 16 appearance Jan. 2. Join us next week when Independence Day's Thomas J. Whitmore will face Thomas Jefferson — Two Tumultuous Toms.