History Characters / Spinnerette

20th May '17 4:30:26 PM ACW
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%%* CompleteMonster: Uses an untested weapon amidst a crowd of civilians of his own country.
16th May '17 12:40:36 AM Arawn999
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* CompleteMonster: Uses an untested weapon amidst a crowd of civilians of his own country.

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* %%* CompleteMonster: Uses an untested weapon amidst a crowd of civilians of his own country.
15th May '17 8:46:35 PM The_Weirdo
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* CompleteMonster: Uses an untested weapon amidst a crowd of civilians of his own country.
13th May '17 8:41:41 PM billybobfred
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* GuileHero: How she brought down Colonel Glass. [[spoiler:Her super powers are nowhere near the class that Glass is in, but she was still the one who finally brought him low. With a series of BatmanGambits, she goaded Glass into effectively maiming himself.]]

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* GuileHero: How she brought down Colonel Glass. [[spoiler:Her super powers are nowhere near the class that Glass is in, but she was still the one who finally brought him low. With a series of BatmanGambits, {{Batman Gambit}}s, she goaded Glass into effectively maiming himself.]]
30th Apr '17 3:30:01 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* StrawmanPolitical: Sort of. While Dr. Universe tries his best to be a true Objectivist (and arguably a better one than Ayn Rand ever could have been), Fireblade is essentially a psychopath who justifies his hate for others based on right-wing libertarianism. Such people do exist, plentifully, in real life (at least one existed, unnamed to history, in Rand's circle) but the vast majority of them aren't about to actually go out and kill someone over it.
** Then again, unlike Fireblade, none of them have the power with which to do so...

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* StrawmanPolitical: Sort of. While Dr. Universe tries his best to be a true Objectivist (and arguably a better one than Ayn Rand ever could have been), Fireblade is essentially a psychopath who justifies his hate for others based on right-wing libertarianism. Such people do exist, plentifully, in real life (at least one existed, unnamed to history, in Rand's circle) but the vast majority of them aren't about to actually go out and kill someone over it.
** Then again, unlike Fireblade, none of them
it. They also don't have the power with which to do so...superpowers, but when has that stopped anyone in real life?



* YouNeedToGetLaid: Spinnerette tells him this after she escapes from the dream world.

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* YouNeedToGetLaid: Spinnerette tells him this after she escapes from the dream world.world because it would be a less creepy way for his sexual fantasies than manipulating some girl's dreams.
17th Apr '17 4:30:32 PM meanmetalmario
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* SuperIntelligence: His genius is confirmed to be an actual superpower rather than the {{Muggle|s}} variety when [[http://www.spinnyverse.com/comic/issue-25-power-swap-23 Tiger starts giving science lectures]] after swapping powers with him.
5th Apr '17 11:25:55 AM infernape612
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* SkewedPriorities: [[http://www.spinnyverse.com/comic/issue-25-power-swap-15 "Mein busen! I've lost at least three cup sizes!"]] ''[notices she has six arms]''
5th Apr '17 11:18:34 AM infernape612
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* GovernmentAgencyOfFiction: He's the head of both DARPA's [[FictionalFieldOfScience C-K Research Division]] (at least, during ) and the US Department of Homeland Security's [[CapeBusters C-K Corps]].

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* GovernmentAgencyOfFiction: He's the head of both DARPA's [[FictionalFieldOfScience C-K Research Division]] (at least, during ) Dr. Universe's origin story) and the US Department of Homeland Security's [[CapeBusters C-K Corps]].



* MutantDraftBoard: He is wants superpowers to be "the sole domain of the armed forces" -- in effect, he desires a government monopoly on all supers, and consequentially the criminalization of any super not sanctioned by the government.

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* MutantDraftBoard: He is wants superpowers to be "the sole domain of the armed forces" -- in effect, he desires a government monopoly on all supers, and consequentially the criminalization of any super not sanctioned by the government.



* StealingTheCredit: Issue 25 starts off with him taking credit for Colonel Glass's death, when in reality it's Spinnerette and Buzz who killed him [[note]]Spinny's clever plan left him mortally wounded, Buzz delivered the (persumably) killing shot, and the two of them subsequently [[FireKeepsItDead burned his body just to be sure he's really dead]] (he has a highly potent HealingFactor with only vaguely defined limits).[[/note]].
* TemptingFate: "It's a damn shame Universe isn't stupid enough to attack us right here. I'd '''love''' to give the media a '''demonstration''' of our anti-CK weapons." [[http://www.spinnyverse.com/comic/issue-25-power-swap-04 3 seconds later]], Universe attacks him (for a given definition of "attack"; the supervillain himself described it as "esclating [their] protest into civil disobedience").

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* StealingTheCredit: Issue 25 starts off with him taking credit for Colonel Glass's death, when in reality it's Spinnerette and Buzz who killed him him. [[note]]Spinny's clever plan left him mortally wounded, Buzz delivered the (persumably) (presumably) killing shot, and the two of them subsequently [[FireKeepsItDead burned his body just to be sure he's really dead]] (he has a highly potent HealingFactor with only vaguely defined limits).[[/note]].
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* TemptingFate: "It's a damn shame Universe isn't stupid enough to attack us right here. I'd '''love''' to give the media a '''demonstration''' of our anti-CK weapons." [[http://www.spinnyverse.com/comic/issue-25-power-swap-04 3 seconds later]], Universe attacks him (for a given definition of "attack"; the supervillain himself described it as "esclating "escalating [their] protest into civil disobedience").



* LegacyCharacter: Was succeeded by [[http://www.spinnyverse.com/2013/06/24/06242013/ New White Heron]][[spoiler: following her death at Glass' hands]].
31st Mar '17 5:13:14 PM Eagal
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** [[http://www.spinnyverse.com/comic/issue-25-power-swap-09 Detonating an untested anti-C-K weapon prototype in the middle of a crowd of civilians]], in response to Greta and Doctor Universe attacking his vehicle.

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** [[http://www.spinnyverse.com/comic/issue-25-power-swap-09 Detonating an untested anti-C-K weapon prototype in the middle of a crowd of civilians]], in response to Greta and Doctor Universe attacking his vehicle. It's like using [[Franchise/StarWars the Death Star]] to kill a mosquito.
31st Mar '17 5:12:01 PM Eagal
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** [[http://www.spinnyverse.com/comic/issue-25-power-swap-09 Detonating an untested anti-C-K weapon prototype in the middle of a crowd of civilians]], in response to a pair of "quasi-criminal" supervillains employing a superpowered form of civil disobedience with no clear intent to actually '''harm''' anyone[[note]]Greta Gravity levitated Evescroft's car in the air simply to prevent him from leaving prematurely; that she lifted the car high enough in the air that letting it fall (as would result if she was hit with an anti-C-K stun baton) would result in grievous injuries if not outright death for its occupants is obviously a logical attempt at providing a deterrent against the C-K Corps responding to their civil disobedience with their usual [[DisproportionateRetribution disproportionate heavy-handedness]].[[/note]].

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** [[http://www.spinnyverse.com/comic/issue-25-power-swap-09 Detonating an untested anti-C-K weapon prototype in the middle of a crowd of civilians]], in response to a pair of "quasi-criminal" supervillains employing a superpowered form of civil disobedience with no clear intent to actually '''harm''' anyone[[note]]Greta Gravity levitated Evescroft's car in the air simply to prevent him from leaving prematurely; that she lifted the car high enough in the air that letting it fall (as would result if she was hit with an anti-C-K stun baton) would result in grievous injuries if not outright death for its occupants is obviously a logical attempt at providing a deterrent against the C-K Corps responding to their civil disobedience with their usual [[DisproportionateRetribution disproportionate heavy-handedness]].[[/note]].Greta and Doctor Universe attacking his vehicle.
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