You take 16 or so well known SF characters, and speculate on the outcome of successive deathmatch tournaments, until eventually you arrive at the most powerful and dangerous SF characters in the universe. A double-act variant is also available.
Thanks to this foolproof and spectacular method of determining the cross-continuity relative powers of SF characters, we now know that Fry and Bender, of Futurama fame, are the most powerful double-act in SF, eclipsing the Doctor (the one with the scarf) and K9, Neo and Trinity from the Matrix, Alx and Archie, Bill and Ted, Death and the Death of Rats, Arthur and Ford, and some people out of Lexx. In the singles tournament, Yoda is the supreme being, having proved himself superior to Kosh, Buffy, Angel, the Terminator, Scorpius, Gandalf, and Darth Vader, and finally defeating a last ditch challenge from Captain Scarlet by cutting his strings.
Special Rules: Since this contest took place during the firemen's strike, no fire weapons were allowed.
Yoda subsequently fought off a challenge from Captain Scarlet, who had been lurking around somewhere behind Angharad, and thus proved that the Supreme Being of the Universe is indeed small, green, and CG Ied.
It may thus be seen that Fry and Bender from Futurama represent the most powerful pairing in the universe. Other notable facts are that Arthur Dent is stronger than Death (Evil Cackle) and that the moral of the story is that corrupt slackers win in the end.
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