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Real Name
Vasilios George "Vasili" Birlidis
Current Alias

vasilibox720, Vasilibox 720, Silly Sili

numerous worldwide


Base Of Operations
University of Florida


5' 10"

260 lbs.




Marital Status


currently pursuing B.A. in English and Classical Studies

Place of Birth
Miami, FL

Maria and George Birlidis

First appearance

Born August 1995. Accepted Marvel into my heart when I saw Spider-Man 2 in theatres. I consummated our love when I received my first subscription issue in the mail, Amazing Spider-Man #519, in May 2005. The rest, they say, is history.

Also, I have a massive crush on Elizabeth Olsen after watching Age of Ultron. I mean, look at how perfect she is:

Just ... ugh she is amazing.


Being that I'm a college student looking for physical comics on the cheap, I subscribe to a number of Marvel titles through their direct subscription service. In recent years, this service has been done through Midtown Comics and has expanded to include limited event series and titles that aren't as popular.

I currently subscribe to:

  • A-Force by G. Willow Wilson and Marguerite Bennett (beginning with issue #1, 2015)
  • Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows by Dan Slott (beginning with issue #1, 2015)
  • Ms. Marvel by G. Willow Wilson (beginning with issue #10, 2014)
  • S.H.I.E.L.D. by Mark Waid (beginning with issue #1, 2014)
  • Secret Wars by Jonathan Hickman (beginning with issue #1, 2015)
  • Silk by Robbie Thompson (beginning with issue #2, 2015)
  • Spider-Gwen by Jason Latour (beginning with issue #1, 2015)
  • Spider-Verse by Mike Costa (beginning with issue #1, 2015)
  • Spider-Woman by Dennis Hopeless (beginning with issue #5, 2015)
  • Ultimate End by Brian Michael Bendis (beginning with issue #1, 2015)

I previously subscribed to:

  • Amazing Spider-Man by J. Michael Straczynski, Dan Slott (intermittently from issue #519, 2005 to final issue #18, 2015)
  • Avengers & X-Men: AXIS by Rick Remender (for the entire run)
  • Miles Morales: Ultimate Spider-Man by Brian Michael Bendis (for the entire run)
  • Star Wars by Jason Aaron (from issue #3 to issue #4)
  • Superior Spider-Man by Dan Slott (intermittently for the entire run)
  • Superior Spider-Man Team-Up by Christopher Yost, Kevin Shinick (from issue #6, 2013 to final issue #12, 2014)
  • Ultimate Comics Spider-Man by Brian Michael Bendis (intermittently for the entire run)

As you can tell, I'm a bit of a Spidey nut!

Over in the DC Universe, I also subscribe to Batgirl and Wonder Woman.

My Marvel-ous Favorites

  • Favorite Marvel Universe villainess: Black Cat
  • Favorite Ultimate Universe villainess:
  • Favorite Marvel Cinematic Universe film villainess:
  • Favorite Marvel Cinematic Universe television villainess: Dottie Underwood
  • Favorite Silver Age writer: Stan Lee, Gerry Conway
  • Favorite modern writer: Brian Michael Bendis, Dan Slott
  • Favorite Silver Age artist: John Romita Sr.
  • Favorite modern artist: John Romita Jr., Marcos Martin, Steve McNiven
  • Least favorite modern writer:
  • Least favorite modern artist: Paul Azaceta, Mario Alberti
  • Favorite classic Spidey story: the death of Gwen Stacy (Amazing Spider-Man #121-#122)
  • Favorite modern Spidey story:
  • Favorite Marvel animated series: Spider-Man, 1994-1998

My Marvel-ous Rankings

My ranking of MCU films by enjoyment

  1. Captain America: The Winter Soldier
  2. Avengers: Age of Ultron
  3. Guardians of the Galaxy tied with Iron Man 3
  4. Marvel's The Avengers
  5. Captain America: The First Avenger tied with Iron Man
  6. Iron Man 2 tied with Thor
  7. Thor: The Dark World
  8. The Incredible Hulk

It should be noted that I think every entry in the MCU - film, TV episode, or One-Shot short - is integral to the universe's ongoing storyline development, and I will rewatch everything multiple times and appreciate it all. I can defend everything to its detractors and this ranking does not mean I dislike any of the films.

I am super pumped for Ant-Man, as I can and will support the MCU as a whole, every entry, every time! :)

My ranking of X-Men films by enjoyment

  1. X-Men: Days of Future Past
  2. The Wolverine
  3. X-Men: First Class tied with X2: X-Men United
  4. X-Men
  5. X-Men: The Last Stand tied with X-Men Origins: Wolverine

I can watch all of them, as they all had good acting given their scripts, but Last Stand and Origins are just terrible in terms of story and coherency. I think The Wolverine is very underrated and has some of Jackman's best work.

I am cautiously optimistic for next year's X-Men trifecta of Deadpool, Apocalypse, and Gambit.

My ranking of Spidey films by enjoyment

  1. The Amazing Spider-Man 2
  2. Spider-Man
  3. Spider-Man 2
  4. The Amazing Spider-Man
  5. Spider-Man 3

Every Spidey film, even Spider-Man 3, had enough enjoyable parts that I'd rewatch them while acknowledging their faults. I thought the ASM storyline had promise and intrigue but was dragged down by a first film that felt too similar and a sequel that tried to do too much. I still think it is the most enjoyable to watch, even though it was an incoherent, condensed mess of a film.

I think the new MCU Spidey will be 1000% better than anything we've seen so far. I trust in Kevin Feige.

Marvel merch I own

Home video

Video games


  • The Amazing Spider-Man: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack by James Horner (CD)
  • Avengers Assemble: Music from and Inspired by the Motion Picture by Various (CD)


  • pair of RealD 3D Tony Stark glasses from the Iron Man Marathon, 2013
  • pair of RealD 3D War Machine glasses from the Iron Man Marathon, 2013
  • Spider-Man plush toy from Universal's Islands of Adventure
  • "Petey," my Spider-Man Build-a-Bear wearing his Captain America outfit

    Petey, my Spidey/Cap Build-a-Bear.

  • 70 Years of Marvel poster
  • The Amazing Spider-Man 2 IMAX 3D 7pm premiere poster
  • Avengers: Age of Ultron IMAX 3D 7pm premiere poster
  • Guardians of the Galaxy IMAX 3D First Look poster
  • Spider-Man 3 Black Suit poster
  • Superior Spider-Man #1 by Ryan Stegman Marvel NOW! poster
  • Women of Marvel poster
  • Civil War mass market paperback novelization by Stuart Moore
  • Fantastic Four: The Ultimate Guide by Tom DeFalco
  • Marvel Chronicle by Tom DeFalco
  • Spider-Man: Marvel Encyclopedia, Vol. 4
  • Spider-Man: The Ultimate Guide by Tom DeFalco
  • X-Men: The Ultimate Guide - The Third Edition by Peter Sanderson

Graphic novels

Hardcover collections

  • Spider-Man: The Other (collecting Amazing Spider-Man #525-528, Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man #1-4, and Marvel Knights: Spider-Man #19-22)

Trade paperback collections

  • Civil War (collecting Civil War #1-7)
  • Civil War: Captain America (collecting Captain America #22-24 and Winter Soldier: Winter Kills #1)
  • Civil War: Fantastic Four (collecting Fantastic Four #538-543)
  • Civil War: Front Line, Vol. 1 (collecting Civil War: Front Line #1-6)
  • Civil War: Iron Man (collecting Iron Man #13-14, Iron Man/Captain America: Casualties of War #1, and Civil War: The Confession #1)
  • Civil War: Marvel Universe (collecting Civil War: Choosing Sides #1, Civil War: The Return #1, Civil War: The Initiative #1, and She-Hulk #8)
  • Civil War: The Road to Civil War (collecting New Avengers: Illuminati #1, Amazing Spider-Man #529-531, and Fantastic Four #536-537)
  • Civil War: War Crimes (collecting Civil War: War Crimes #1 and Underworld #1-5)
  • Civil War Companion (collecting Civil War Files #1, Civil War: Battle Damage Report #1, Marvel Spotlight #6 and 15, and Daily Bugle: Civil War Special Edition)
  • Civil War Script Book (collecting the scripts for Civil War #1-7)
  • Crossover Classics: The Marvel/DC Collection, Volume One (collecting Superman vs. the Amazing Spider-Man #1, Marvel Treasury Edition #28, DC Special Series #27, and The Uncanny X-Men and The New Teen Titans #1)
  • Essential Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man Vol. 1 (collecting Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #1-31)
  • Essential Spider-Man Vol. 5 (collecting The Amazing Spider-Man #90-113)
  • Essential Spider-Man Vol. 6 (collecting The Amazing Spider-Man #114-137, Giant-Size Super-Heroes #1, and Giant-Size Spider-Man #1-2)
  • Essential Uncanny X-Men Vol. 1 (collecting X-Men #1-X-Men Vol 1 24)
  • Marvel Masterworks: The Uncanny X-Men Vol. 1 (collecting Giant-Size X-Men #1 and X-Men #94-100)
  • Ultimate Spider-Man Vol. 3: Double Trouble (collecting Ultimate Spider-Man #14-21)
  • Ultimate Spider-Man Vol. 5: Public Scrutiny (collecting Ultimate Spider-Man #28-32)
  • Ultimate Spider-Man Vol. 6: Venom (collecting Ultimate Spider-Man #33-39)
  • Ultimate Spider-Man Vol. 11: Carnage (collecting Ultimate Spider-Man #60-65)

Board games

  • Monopoly: Fantastic Four Collector's Edition Property Trading Game from Parker Brothers, 2005
  • Monopoly: My Marvel Heroes Collector's Edition Property Trading Game from Parker Brothers, 2006
  • Monopoly: Spider-Man Collector's Edition Property Trading Game from Parker Brothers, 2002
  • Monopoly: Spider-Man Edition Super-Powered Property Trading Game from Parker Brothers, 2007

My comic collection



  • Superhuman intelligence, wasted on inane facts.


  • Rattling off random Marvel knowledge to intimidate lesser beings.

    Strength level

  • Imagine pre-spider bite Peter Parker, but in the body of an overweight college kid.


  • The girl who has him by the ball and chain, while actually not.
  • Children! I think kids, especially babies, are adorable. One day I'll be a cool nerdy dad.
  • A small long list of ... interests, of a certain persuasion.


  • 2004 Volkswagen Passat Sedan

See Also

  • None.
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