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10th Mar '17 8:52:44 AM CyberController
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9th Mar '17 12:46:33 PM DiogoSalazar
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* SceneryGorn: any fight involving a Viltrumite becomes this. Or when it's shown that the [[spoiler: ''planetary ring'' around Viltrum is made of all the Viltrumites that died by the plague.]]
4th Mar '17 2:27:46 PM nombretomado
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* AlternateCompanyEquivalent: The original Guardians of the Globe (except maybe Black Samson, who is a ComicStrip/FlashGordon[=/=]Doc Samson {{Expy}}) were thinly-veiled clones of the Franchise/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica. Additionally, most villains faced in the first volume are 1:1 counterparts of [[MarvelComics Marvel]] villains (i.e., The Elephant=Rhino, the Lizard League=Serpent Society, etc.)

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* AlternateCompanyEquivalent: The original Guardians of the Globe (except maybe Black Samson, who is a ComicStrip/FlashGordon[=/=]Doc Samson {{Expy}}) were thinly-veiled clones of the Franchise/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica. Additionally, most villains faced in the first volume are 1:1 counterparts of [[MarvelComics Marvel]] Creator/{{Marvel|Comics}} villains (i.e., The Elephant=Rhino, the Lizard League=Serpent Society, etc.)
24th Feb '17 11:35:01 AM Ace1225
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* WhatAnIdiot: Cecil lying to Mark about Conquest being dead and keeping Conquest imprisoned to gain information from him, after Conquest wakes up from a coma, firmly places him in this territory. It's no surprise when, as soon as he awakens, Conquest breaks loose and flies off into space.
23rd Feb '17 11:27:43 AM Ace1225
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*** Well, the "battle" starts with Omni-Man sucker punching Mark, straight down into a city. He then uses this, the deaths of ''thousands'', as a reason as to why Humans are beneath them. I'd say that those deaths, at least, are something it's implied he fully intended.
10th Feb '17 1:30:35 PM Omnicron13
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* FailureHero: Closer inspection of his actions and their consequences in the story reveal him to be this. He often makes reckless decisions and ends up paying for them later, costing the lives of millions of innocent people and making himself more disliked than he already was. [[spoiler: Examples include his interference with Levy Angstrom's experiment which turned the man to supervillainy and eventual genocide via alternate reality Invincible clones, blindly making deals with Cecil Stedman, rescuing Dinosaurus in attempt to use his evil intellect for good which caused millions to drown from melted ice caps after it didn't work it, making deals with Thragg to have him and remaining Viltrumites live on Earth, frequently changing his kill and no-kill stances, and eventually deciding to not even try to stop his hero-turned-tyrant comrade Robot from taking over the Earth. Even when he tries to leave Earth for a quiet life with his family, his bad decisions once again catch up with him when Thragg tries to have him and his family killed.]]

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* FailureHero: Closer inspection of his actions and their consequences in the story reveal him Invincible to be this. He often makes reckless decisions and ends up paying for them later, costing the lives of millions of innocent people and making himself more disliked than he already was. [[spoiler: Examples include his interference with Levy Angstrom's experiment which turned the man to supervillainy and eventual genocide via alternate reality Invincible clones, blindly making deals with the blatantly shady and unscrupulous Cecil Stedman, rescuing Dinosaurus in attempt to use his evil intellect for good which caused millions to drown from melted ice caps after it didn't work it, making deals with Thragg to have him and remaining Viltrumites live on Earth, frequently changing his kill and no-kill stances, and eventually deciding to not even try to stop his hero-turned-tyrant comrade Robot from taking over the Earth. Even when he tries to leave Earth for a quiet life with his family, his bad decisions once again catch up with him when Thragg tries to have him and his family killed.]]
10th Feb '17 1:28:58 PM Omnicron13
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* Failure Hero: Closer inspection of his actions and their consequences in the story reveal him to be this. He often makes reckless decisions and ends up paying for them later, costing the lives of millions of innocent people and making himself more disliked than he already was. [[spoiler: Examples include his interference with Levy Angstrom's experiment which turned the man to supervillainy and eventual genocide via alternate reality Invincible clones, blindly making deals with Cecil Stedman, rescuing Dinosaurus in attempt to use his evil intellect for good which caused millions to drown from melted ice caps after it didn't work it, making deals with Thragg to have him and remaining Viltrumites live on Earth, frequently changing his kill and no-kill stances, and eventually deciding to not even try to stop his hero-turned-tyrant comrade Robot from taking over the Earth. Even when he tries to leave Earth for a quiet life with his family, his bad decisions once again catch up with him when Thragg tries to have him and his family killed.]]

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* Failure Hero: FailureHero: Closer inspection of his actions and their consequences in the story reveal him to be this. He often makes reckless decisions and ends up paying for them later, costing the lives of millions of innocent people and making himself more disliked than he already was. [[spoiler: Examples include his interference with Levy Angstrom's experiment which turned the man to supervillainy and eventual genocide via alternate reality Invincible clones, blindly making deals with Cecil Stedman, rescuing Dinosaurus in attempt to use his evil intellect for good which caused millions to drown from melted ice caps after it didn't work it, making deals with Thragg to have him and remaining Viltrumites live on Earth, frequently changing his kill and no-kill stances, and eventually deciding to not even try to stop his hero-turned-tyrant comrade Robot from taking over the Earth. Even when he tries to leave Earth for a quiet life with his family, his bad decisions once again catch up with him when Thragg tries to have him and his family killed.]]
10th Feb '17 1:28:24 PM Omnicron13
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* Failure Hero: Closer inspection of his actions and their consequences in the story reveal him to be this. He often makes reckless decisions and ends up paying for them later, costing the lives of millions of innocent people and making himself more disliked than he already was. [[spoiler: Examples include his interference with Levy Angstrom's experiment which turned the man to supervillainy and eventual genocide via alternate reality Invincible clones, blindly making deals with Cecil Stedman, rescuing Dinosaurus in attempt to use his evil intellect for good which caused millions to drown from melted ice caps after it didn't work it, making deals with Thragg to have him and remaining Viltrumites live on Earth, frequently changing his kill and no-kill stances, and eventually deciding to not even try to stop his hero-turned-tyrant comrade Robot from taking over the Earth. Even when he tries to leave Earth for a quiet life with his family, his bad decisions once again catch up with him when Thragg tries to have him and his family killed.]]
9th Feb '17 10:23:35 AM generalzod39
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* GilliganCut: in #73, Oliver emphatically refuses to eat any of the big alien bug/crustacean Nolan's caught for dinner. The next page has him messily eating it and asking if there's any more.

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* GilliganCut: in In #73, Oliver emphatically refuses to eat any of the big alien bug/crustacean Nolan's caught for dinner. The next page has him messily eating it and asking if there's any more.
22nd Jan '17 9:59:31 PM Tomodachi
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* CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming: [[spoiler:When Mark reunites with his family after being absent for five years, Terra, despite having never known her father personally until now, welcomes him with open arms.]]
--> [[spoiler:'''Mark''': (crying) I was going to be there for you. Every day...I wanted to spend every day with you when I got back. I wanted to teach you things and...]]
--> [[spoiler:'''Terra''': Daddy?]]
--> [[spoiler:'''Mark''': I'm so sorry...]]
--> [[spoiler:'''Terra''': It's okay...(hugs him)...I still love you.]]
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