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22nd Aug '16 1:04:29 AM Dingbot
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* ''MarsAttacks: Judge Dredd,'' a bust leads Dredd to bring charges against one of the crime bosses of [=MegaCity=] One, those charges being "mutant trafficking, snuff-slug production, and keeping of exotic pets without a license."[[note]]The last two are related: the snuff-slug was being fed human beings on live video.[[/note]]
15th Aug '16 5:20:40 PM luiz4200
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* At ''The Funtastic World of Creator/HannaBarbera'' story "The Man who Stole Thursday", a judge charges Mr. Mastermind with "Grand larceny, resisting arrest and doing the Pennsylvania polka in Rhode Island".
28th May '16 8:04:28 PM Doug86
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* ''Iceman and Angel'' #1 had the locations of anyone who could help the ComicBook/{{X-Men}} in question stop "Goom, the Thing from Planet X!" The Avengers: taking on Kang. The Fantastic Four: taking on Annihilus. The military: um...

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* ''Iceman and Angel'' #1 had the locations of anyone who could help the ComicBook/{{X-Men}} ComicBook/XMen in question stop "Goom, the Thing from Planet X!" The Avengers: taking on Kang. The Fantastic Four: taking on Annihilus. The military: um...
7th Jan '16 8:19:23 PM nombretomado
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* In Hal Jordan's brief tenure as ''TheSpectre'', a situation once necessitated calling for aid from "Superman! Batman! ''Zauriel!''" Yes, after naming two of the most iconic characters in all of fiction, the next person he names is unknown even to most comic readers. That said, Zauriel was a teammate of Superman and Batman in the JLA just a few years previous. (And he's an ''angel'', so he's the right guy to call for theological problems.)

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* In Hal Jordan's brief tenure as ''TheSpectre'', ''ComicBook/TheSpectre'', a situation once necessitated calling for aid from "Superman! Batman! ''Zauriel!''" Yes, after naming two of the most iconic characters in all of fiction, the next person he names is unknown even to most comic readers. That said, Zauriel was a teammate of Superman and Batman in the JLA just a few years previous. (And he's an ''angel'', so he's the right guy to call for theological problems.)
31st Dec '15 12:51:58 AM Anddrix
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* {{Lobo}}'s [[ListOfTransgressions List Of Crimes]]:

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* {{Lobo}}'s Lobo's [[ListOfTransgressions List Of Crimes]]:
28th Dec '15 3:59:47 PM Anddrix
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** He also likes to add ComicBook/SquirrelGirl as the jaywalking. During the Comicbook/CivilWar he compared '''the walking nukes''' like the ComicBook/{{Iron Man}}s, the [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]]s and the Squirrel Girls. Later on he compared '''the psychos''' like himself, [[DoctorDoom Dr. Dooms]] and Squirrel Girls.

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** He also likes to add ComicBook/SquirrelGirl as the jaywalking. During the Comicbook/CivilWar he compared '''the walking nukes''' like the ComicBook/{{Iron Man}}s, the [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]]s and the Squirrel Girls. Later on he compared '''the psychos''' like himself, [[DoctorDoom Dr. Dooms]] Doctor Dooms and Squirrel Girls.
20th Dec '15 7:42:57 PM nombretomado
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* ''Marvel Year In Review 1993'' had an article on the DarkerAndEdgier triend in comics which mentions the "boy scout oath" of SilverAge superheroes: "I promise to do what's right, [[TheGoldenRule to treat others decently, as I would like to be treated]], to help old ladies across the street, to take my hat off in the presence of our flag, to hold myself to the highest standards of UsefulNotes/TheComicsCode Authority, [[ThouShaltNotKill to never take human life under any circumstances]], even when they [[MoralEventHorizon really deserve it]], and to eat all of my vegetables, even the brussels sprouts."

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* ''Marvel Year In Review 1993'' had an article on the DarkerAndEdgier triend in comics which mentions the "boy scout oath" of SilverAge [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver Age]] superheroes: "I promise to do what's right, [[TheGoldenRule to treat others decently, as I would like to be treated]], to help old ladies across the street, to take my hat off in the presence of our flag, to hold myself to the highest standards of UsefulNotes/TheComicsCode Authority, [[ThouShaltNotKill to never take human life under any circumstances]], even when they [[MoralEventHorizon really deserve it]], and to eat all of my vegetables, even the brussels sprouts."
28th Nov '15 5:33:46 PM nombretomado
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* From SecretSix #5

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* From SecretSix ComicBook/SecretSix #5



::: And again from ''SecretSix'' #32, when Theus explains why he's in Hell.

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::: And again from ''SecretSix'' ''ComicBook/SecretSix'' #32, when Theus explains why he's in Hell.
15th Nov '15 1:38:40 PM StFan
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* In ''{{Wildsiderz}}'', Dr. Tyberius Spydre lists among his inventions "the anti-anti-aircraft missile, the internet, and, of course, those lovable, huggable Pumpkin Patch Kids."

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* In ''{{Wildsiderz}}'', ''ComicBook/{{Wildsiderz}}'', Dr. Tyberius Spydre lists among his inventions "the anti-anti-aircraft missile, the internet, and, of course, those lovable, huggable Pumpkin Patch Kids."
10th Nov '15 5:53:44 AM StFan
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* In [=IDW=]'s ''[[TransformersOngoing Megatron: Origins]]'' miniseries, Starscream is brought before the Senate to give testimony about the Decepticon "fight club"...

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* In [=IDW=]'s ''[[TransformersOngoing ''[[Comicbook/TheTransformersIDW Megatron: Origins]]'' miniseries, Starscream is brought before the Senate to give testimony about the Decepticon "fight club"...
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