In 2007, a great war erupted in the Videos forum between the angry, poorly-spoken representatives of one “Mighty Crane Productions,” later to become “Lit Fuse Films” and a small group of shadow agents known only as Da Bomb Squad. While several section heavyweights such as pcpwn and g_monkey sided with Lit Fuse Films, the mysterious and secretive Bomb Squad seemed eternally to have the upper hand. Lit Fuse godfather Zachariah Scott even went so far as to float conspiracy theories that Da Bomb Squad was funded and directed by a cabal of Facepunch moderators and Gold Members. However, this has never been proven.
This epic conflict came to a head with the release of Da Bomb Squad’s magnum opus, “C.O.M.E.T.H. 5 - The Ballad Of Black Mesa,” a controversially titled roman à clef so incendiary that only the first half remains, the second confiscated and destroyed by YouTube censors acting under the auspices of Universal Music Group (a subsidiary of Lit Fuse Films).
In the interest of history, and the preservation of the arts, I now present to you: