History ComicBook / ThePro

14th Jul '16 2:23:29 AM LondonKdS
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* CaptainErsatz: The League of Honor are all obvious parodies of the Justice League. There's also The Viewer, the alien that granted The Pro her powers and a parody of The Watcher of Marvel comics. The Pro herself is basically ComicBook/PowerGirl if she was a surly hooker.

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* CaptainErsatz: CastOfExpies: The League of Honor are all obvious parodies of the Justice League. There's also The Viewer, the alien that granted The Pro her powers and a parody of The Watcher of Marvel comics. The Pro herself is basically ComicBook/PowerGirl if she was a surly hooker.
18th Oct '15 10:42:07 AM nombretomado
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* CaptainErsatz: The League of Honor are all obvious parodies of the Justice League. There's also The Viewer, the alien that granted The Pro her powers and a parody of The Watcher of Marvel comics. The Pro herself is basically PowerGirl if she was a surly hooker.

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* CaptainErsatz: The League of Honor are all obvious parodies of the Justice League. There's also The Viewer, the alien that granted The Pro her powers and a parody of The Watcher of Marvel comics. The Pro herself is basically PowerGirl ComicBook/PowerGirl if she was a surly hooker.
25th Mar '15 2:51:44 PM ablackraptor
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* AbusiveParents: The Pro herself is rather verbally abusive towards her infant son, doesn't bother to dress him properly, and smokes right in front of his face while breastfeeding. Some of the other stuff wrong ''might'' be justified by her being too poor to really give him a decent life's living, but that doesn't excuse a lot of her behaviour.
29th Dec '14 4:54:42 PM nombretomado
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An adult, satirical prestige format one-shot comic, written by GarthEnnis, with pencils and lettering by Amanda Conner and inks by Jimmy Palmiotti.

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An adult, satirical prestige format one-shot comic, written by GarthEnnis, Creator/GarthEnnis, with pencils and lettering by Amanda Conner and inks by Jimmy Palmiotti.



* BrokenAesop: In the foreword for the book, GarthEnnis says the point of the book was to point out how super heroes aren't needed. Except the titular character was only able to save the day by flying a bomb into space. Also, the pro says the heroes are never in any real danger, only for the Green lantern expy to be killed a few pages later.

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* BrokenAesop: In the foreword for the book, GarthEnnis Creator/GarthEnnis says the point of the book was to point out how super heroes aren't needed. Except the titular character was only able to save the day by flying a bomb into space. Also, the pro says the heroes are never in any real danger, only for the Green lantern expy to be killed a few pages later.
17th Sep '14 9:18:47 AM Brainiac0982
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* InformedWrongness: The heroes are attacked for not stopping 9/11 and for not being willing to destroy whole schools to take out one bad guy. But they point out they were busy with another crisis and the pro does not counteract the WonderWoman expy pointing out as vigilantes they have no right to decide to take a life.
16th Apr '14 1:31:32 AM dmh3000
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* BrokenAesop: In the foreword for the book, GarthEnnis says the point of the book was to point out how super heroes aren't needed. Except the titular character was only able to save the day by flying a bomb into space. Also, the pro says the heroes are never in any real danger, only for the Green lantern expy to be killed a few pages later.


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* InformedFlaw: We are told the heroes are all useless but they are repeatedly shown saving people from real dangers.
* InformedWrongness: The heroes are attacked for not stopping 9/11 and for not being willing to destroy whole schools to take out one bad guy. But they point out they were busy with another crisis and the pro does not counteract the WonderWoman expy pointing out as vigilantes they have no right to decide to take a life.
5th Nov '13 2:21:23 PM Mozgwsloiku
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* CombatPragmatist: the protagonist, much to the horror of other heroes, considering what her level of strength can do to people.
22nd Oct '13 9:46:24 AM Hanz
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* AlternateCompanyEquivalent: The League of Honor are all obvious parodies of the Justice League. There's also The Viewer, the alien that granted The Pro her powers and a parody of The Watcher of Marvel comics. The Pro herself is basically PowerGirl if she was a surly hooker.


Added DiffLines:

* CaptainErsatz: The League of Honor are all obvious parodies of the Justice League. There's also The Viewer, the alien that granted The Pro her powers and a parody of The Watcher of Marvel comics. The Pro herself is basically PowerGirl if she was a surly hooker.
22nd Oct '13 9:39:54 AM Hanz
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* AlternateCompanyEquivalent: The League of Honor are all obvious parodies of the Justice League. There's also The Viewer, the alien that granted The Pro her powers and a parody of The Watcher of Marvel comics. The Pro herself is basically PowerGirl if she was a surly hooker.



* CaptainErsatz: The League of Honor are all obvious parodies of the Justice League. There's also The Viewer, the alien that granted The Pro her powers and a parody of The Watcher of Marvel comics. The Pro herself is basically PowerGirl if she was a surly hooker.
22nd Oct '13 9:38:42 AM Hanz
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* TheAbjectivalMan: Parodied with the villain team The Grammatical Team of Grimness, which consists of villains such as The Noun, The Verb or The Adjective. Evidently all other names of this type have been taken.

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* TheAbjectivalMan: TheAdjectivalMan: Parodied with the villain team The Grammatical Team of Grimness, which consists of villains such as The Noun, The Verb or The Adjective. Evidently all other names of this type have been taken.
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