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31st Jan '16 2:23:39 AM JulianLapostat
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* Jean Paul Sartre

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* Jean Paul SartreCreator/JeanPaulSartre
16th Jan '16 4:15:58 PM nombretomado
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* JackKirby and StanLee: The chapter on St. Augustine includes an explanation of Manichaeanism, written and illustrated in a wonderfully Lee-Kirbyesque style: "I have imbued thee with the power '''fluorescent'''! Go forth and claim the battle that is thy birthright, '''FIRSTMAN'''!" Specifically, it's a takeoff on 1966's ''The Coming of ComicBook/{{Galactus}}''.
23rd Sep '15 6:42:53 PM nombretomado
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* JackKirby and StanLee: The chapter on St. Augustine includes an explanation of Manichaeanism, written and illustrated in a wonderfully Lee-Kirbyesque style: "I have imbued thee with the power '''fluorescent'''! Go forth and claim the battle that is thy birthright, '''FIRSTMAN'''!" Specifically, it's a takeoff on 1966's ''The Coming of {{Galactus}}''.

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* JackKirby and StanLee: The chapter on St. Augustine includes an explanation of Manichaeanism, written and illustrated in a wonderfully Lee-Kirbyesque style: "I have imbued thee with the power '''fluorescent'''! Go forth and claim the battle that is thy birthright, '''FIRSTMAN'''!" Specifically, it's a takeoff on 1966's ''The Coming of {{Galactus}}''.ComicBook/{{Galactus}}''.
16th Jan '15 4:51:23 AM NemuruMaeNi
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* ThePhilosopher: [[CaptainObvious Obviously]]. Though it should also be noted that, by the nature of the comic itself, it ''subverts'' this trope by making them [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin ACTION PHILOSOPHERS]].

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* ThePhilosopher: [[CaptainObvious Obviously]]. Though it should also be noted that, by the nature of the The comic itself, it ''subverts'' this trope by making them [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin the characters ACTION PHILOSOPHERS]].PHILOSOPHERS.



* RuleOfFunny

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%% commented out as ZeroContextExample * RuleOfFunny
14th Apr '14 4:44:54 AM LongLiveHumour
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* SigmundFreud

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* SigmundFreudUsefulNotes/SigmundFreud
9th Jan '14 2:46:03 PM LongLiveHumour
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* ThomasJefferson

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* ThomasJeffersonUsefulNotes/ThomasJefferson
2nd May '13 5:12:14 PM SpaceWolf
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* NietzscheWannabe: The first issue [[LampshadeHanging points out]] that Nietzsche probably [[MisaimedFandom would not approve of some of the people who claim to emulate him]].

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* NietzscheWannabe: StrawNihilist: The first issue [[LampshadeHanging points out]] that Nietzsche probably [[MisaimedFandom would not approve of some of the people who claim to emulate him]].
30th Mar '13 5:43:26 PM LongLiveHumour
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* {{Plato}}

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* {{Plato}}Creator/{{Plato}}
28th Oct '12 1:58:58 PM CaptEquinox
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* JackKirby: The chapter on St. Augustine includes an explanation of Manichaeanism, written and illustrated in a wonderfully Kirbyesque style: "I have imbued thee with the power '''fluorescent'''! Go forth and claim the battle that is thy birthright, '''FIRSTMAN'''!"

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* JackKirby: JackKirby and StanLee: The chapter on St. Augustine includes an explanation of Manichaeanism, written and illustrated in a wonderfully Kirbyesque Lee-Kirbyesque style: "I have imbued thee with the power '''fluorescent'''! Go forth and claim the battle that is thy birthright, '''FIRSTMAN'''!"'''FIRSTMAN'''!" Specifically, it's a takeoff on 1966's ''The Coming of {{Galactus}}''.
28th Oct '12 1:53:37 PM CaptEquinox
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* JackKirby: The chapter on St. Augustine includes an explanation of Manichaeanism, written and illustrated in a wonderfully Kirbyesque style: "I have imbued thee with the power '''fluorescent'''! Go forth and claim the battle that is thy birthright, '''FIRSTMAN'''!"
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