History ComicBook / KingdomCome

24th May '16 7:57:29 AM DoctorNemesis
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** Though, to the MLF's credit, they're more than willing to help. Savage, for example, uses his extensive medical knowledge to help with burn victims. Ibn also helps, but he's the only one without a restraining collar [[spoiler: since he's a mole.]]

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** Though, to Karma's laser is further guided by the MLF's credit, they're more than willing to help. Savage, for relative sins of the various members of the Front. For example, Selina Kyle, Edward Nygma and Joe Carny, who were basically glorified thieves with a gimmick, have fairly light duties at the hospital which appear to involve mainly minor nursing / orderly duties for the patients. Would-be world-conquerors and megalomaniacs like Luthor and Kobra, however, have more demeaning and menial duties such as cleaning the floors and, in Luthor's case, washing out bedpans. Savage, meanwhile, uses his extensive medical knowledge to help with burn victims. Ibn also helps, but he's the only one without a restraining collar [[spoiler: since he's a mole.]]
19th May '16 1:53:45 PM Willbyr
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** The Title Card for TenchiMuyo shows up as graffiti early on.

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** The Title Card for TenchiMuyo ''Anime/TenchiMuyo'' shows up as graffiti early on.
3rd May '16 12:43:09 PM AnotherGuy
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* TheVoiceless: A lot of characters have no speaking parts, but two really stand out - Hawkman, who (according to WordOfGod) is mute, since he's very anthropomorphised, and TheFlash, who was (again according to WordOfGod) only meant to be audible to Superman, but ended up simply without speaking lines.

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* TheVoiceless: A lot of characters have no speaking parts, {{Troll}}: Edward Nygma, naturally. In the {{Novelization}}, Mera, who brings up an old rumor that Arthur and Diane were to marry to unite Themiscyra and Atlantis. When Wonder Woman and Superman is pleading their case, Mera is giggling, Atlantean-style (bubbles coming from her lips.) Neither Superman nor Wonder Woman understand the significance, but two really stand out - Hawkman, who (according to WordOfGod) is mute, since he's very anthropomorphised, and TheFlash, who was (again according to WordOfGod) only meant to be audible to Superman, but ended up simply without speaking lines.Arthur does.


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* TheVoiceless: A lot of characters have no speaking parts, but two really stand out - Hawkman, who (according to WordOfGod) is mute, since he's very anthropomorphised, and TheFlash, who was (again according to WordOfGod) only meant to be audible to Superman, but ended up simply without speaking lines.
3rd May '16 12:39:34 PM AnotherGuy
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* ArmorPiercingResponse: A few cases, but the most notable one is when Superman first comes back to the world and is struggling to understand all the changes in attitudes and such. He asks Batman what has happened and why, and is visibly unnerved when Batman replies with "You quit."

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* ArmorPiercingResponse: ArmorPiercingResponse:
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A few cases, but the most notable one is when Superman first comes back to the world and is struggling to understand all the changes in attitudes and such. He asks Batman what has happened and why, and is visibly unnerved when Batman replies with "You quit.""
** When Superman expresses concern about Wonder Woman's sword, she snaps back that not everyone has heat vision.



* ShownTheirWork
* ShutUpKirk: When Superman expresses concern about Wonder Woman's sword, she snaps back that not everyone has heat vision.
26th Apr '16 12:09:16 AM aye_amber
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** Several background characters are based on bands and musicians, including {{Bjork}}, Music/TheBeatles, TheMonkees, TheVillagePeople, and King Marvel is visually very similar to an older ElvisPresley. This is a recursive ShoutOut - Elvis based his famous stage costume on Captain Marvel, Jr., his favorite superhero.

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** Several background characters are based on bands and musicians, including {{Bjork}}, Music/{{Bjork}}, Music/TheBeatles, TheMonkees, TheVillagePeople, Music/TheMonkees, Music/TheVillagePeople, and King Marvel is visually very similar to an older ElvisPresley. Music/ElvisPresley. This is a recursive ShoutOut - -- Elvis based his famous stage costume on Captain Marvel, Jr., his favorite superhero.
17th Apr '16 5:48:43 PM TheWildWestPyro
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* TheCameo: ''Many,'' especially in the bar scene-- keep an eye out for [[ComicBook/{{Watchmen}} Rorschach]]. Examples include:

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* TheCameo: ''Many,'' especially in the bar scene-- keep an eye out for [[ComicBook/{{Watchmen}} Rorschach]].Rorschach]], who shows up a few times. Examples include:


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** [[spoiler: Literature/SherlockHolmes]]
14th Apr '16 3:00:55 PM Silverblade2
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* DeconstructorFleet

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* %%* DeconstructorFleet



* [[TalkingTheMonsterToDeath Talking The Monster Down]]: Of the non-lethal, Talking The BewareTheSuperman Down variety.

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* [[TalkingTheMonsterToDeath Talking The Monster Down]]: TalkingTheMonsterToDeath: Of the non-lethal, Talking The BewareTheSuperman Down variety.



* WhamLine:
-->'''Superman:''' We are at war.
8th Apr '16 7:52:02 PM SirSapphire
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** And speaking of Batman himself, the arms and upper torso of the armor he wears does resemble Franchise/RoboCop.

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** And speaking of Batman himself, the arms and upper torso of the armor he wears does resemble Franchise/RoboCop.Franchise/RoboCop, and the collar looks like [[Franchise/StarWars Darth Vader's]].
2nd Apr '16 4:22:46 PM AnotherGuy
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* ThatManIsDead: During most of the story, Superman has completely abandoned Clark Kent, giving minor {{Death Glare}}s to people who call him by that name, forcing them to address him as "Kal". (Batman, naturally, keeps calling him "Clark".) When Supes realizes that he lost a lot more than a secret identity when he abandoned being a part of the human race, he becomes Clark once more at the end. The {{Novelizatin}} explores it further, when Norm notes that Superman has a hard time addressing the press. When Superman becomes Clark again, he talks easily and naturally to a crowd, having regained Clark's people and reporter skills.

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* ThatManIsDead: During most of the story, Superman has completely abandoned Clark Kent, giving minor {{Death Glare}}s to people who call him by that name, forcing them to address him as "Kal". (Batman, naturally, keeps calling him "Clark".) When Supes realizes that he lost a lot more than a secret identity when he abandoned being a part of the human race, he becomes Clark once more at the end. The {{Novelizatin}} {{Novelization}} explores it further, when Norm notes that Superman has a hard time addressing the press. When Superman becomes Clark again, he talks easily and naturally to a crowd, having regained Clark's people and reporter skills.
2nd Apr '16 4:22:20 PM AnotherGuy
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* ThatManIsDead: During most of the story, Superman has completely abandoned Clark Kent, giving minor DeathGlares to people who call him by that name, forcing them to address him as "Kal". (Batman, naturally, keeps calling him "Clark".) When Supes realizes that he lost a lot more than a secret identity when he abandoned being a part of the human race, he becomes Clark once more at the end. The {{Novelizatin}} explores it further, when Norm notes that Superman has a hard time addressing the press. When Superman becomes Clark again, he talks easily and naturally to a crowd, having regained Clark's people and reporter skills.

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* ThatManIsDead: During most of the story, Superman has completely abandoned Clark Kent, giving minor DeathGlares {{Death Glare}}s to people who call him by that name, forcing them to address him as "Kal". (Batman, naturally, keeps calling him "Clark".) When Supes realizes that he lost a lot more than a secret identity when he abandoned being a part of the human race, he becomes Clark once more at the end. The {{Novelizatin}} explores it further, when Norm notes that Superman has a hard time addressing the press. When Superman becomes Clark again, he talks easily and naturally to a crowd, having regained Clark's people and reporter skills.
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