I'd like to make two addition, if that's okay.Newton's House/Portal A:
Situated in the smogless suburbs, Newton's House is a quiet retreat spot perfect for relaxation, meditation, and honing one's body, mind, and soul. The residents are friendly and do not discriminate against non-amphibians. The door is always open and there's always a home-cooked meal on the fire. Behind the cozy hovel is Portal A, a twist in the multiverse that leads to Portal B on the west coast. The reason why the West Coast was selected for an exit point when one could access any continuum in the multiverse remains unknown, but is suspected to be the result of a focus group consisting of public school educators, scientologists, Richard Dawkins, and and no less than three wombats.
When in residence, special ops agent Earthhunter Newton defends the portal from vicious, Boba stealing Moolunks. Acrosurge would make his base of operations here, but has yet to defeat Newton in combat, and so must reside around Portal B.Portal B
The land developer for this area dreamed up an incredibly witty name. Unfortunately, as he prepared to celebrate his own cleverness with a glass of champagne, heartless Moolunks appeared and ate his brain leaving only a scrap of paper with the word, "Portal B" on it. City hall budgeting did not allow for another developer, thus Portal B became the name of this salamander-infested land of hills, beaches, and crazy Hollywood executives.
The actual Portal B was supposed to be a cross-country bridge for those lacking superpowers, private spacecrafts, or sufficient finances for automobile gasoline, the last which turned out to be pretty much everyone and as a result, spurred a research program to develop personal supernatural powers as an environmentally safe alternative to oil. The program continued until one individual's powers caused the planet's magnetic poles to relocate to the moon. This caused world-wide hurricanes, an ice age, and catastrophic firestorms, after which the man who's powers first created the disaster was relocated to the moon. This caused the poles to revert to their original location and the original government grants to revert to more practical, environmentally friendly fuel sources, such as corn, water, nail polish remover, and the pressurized air given off by the vast majority of the American and British media.
Since the world's magnetic field has been put back into its proper position, the West Coast is once a again a wonderful place to visit. Sumptuous Mexican dishes, Asian noodles, and donuts can be obtained on every corner and the many clubs in proximity (including the illustrious Club Groove) pound ear-splitting beats late into the night. The beaches are open and beautiful and the chances of being devoured by a shark mutant are only 3 in 5!