History FatBastard / ComicBooks

30th Oct '17 11:45:35 AM CaptainTedium
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** {{Deadpool}} asks her out once, admitting to being a FatAdmirer.

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** {{Deadpool}} asks her out once, admitting to being a FatAdmirer.ChubbyChaser.
9th Oct '17 12:44:46 AM Doug86
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* Franchise{{Batman}}'s StarterVillain, Alfred Stryker, was an overweight man willing to kill to take control of a company.

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* Franchise{{Batman}}'s Franchise/{{Batman}}'s StarterVillain, Alfred Stryker, was an overweight man willing to kill to take control of a company.
9th Sep '17 1:38:08 AM SeptimusHeap
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* The writers of MarvelUniverse never seem to be able to decide just what the deal is with ComicBook/TheKingpin. He's an incredibly huge person, but depending on the writer this is because his muscles are so huge they make him look fat or that he's a greedy slob with no sense of control. Some split the difference and write that he's got incredibly powerful arm and leg muscles but is fat everywhere else because of overeating--[[FridgeLogic ignoring the more medically likely explanation that, like sumo wrestlers, he is well-muscled everywhere, but eats enough to maintain a significant layer of padding on top of it]]. Whatever the explanation, it doesn't stop {{Spider-Man}} from going to town on him for it, at one point responding to being told that Kingpin was planning a huge operation using most of his available mercenaries by commenting, "Oh, he must be getting take-out."
* Another example from ComicBook/{{Spider-Man}}'s corner of the MU would be Nick Katzenberg, a Daily Bugle photographer, paparazzi, and rival to Peter Parker. While not a villain, Katzenberg was sleazy, immoral, and generally unpleasant, as well as a FatSlob.

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* The writers of MarvelUniverse never seem to be able to decide just what the deal is with ComicBook/TheKingpin. He's an incredibly huge person, but depending on the writer this is because his muscles are so huge they make him look fat or that he's a greedy slob with no sense of control. Some split the difference and write that he's got incredibly powerful arm and leg muscles but is fat everywhere else because of overeating--[[FridgeLogic ignoring the more medically likely explanation that, like sumo wrestlers, he is well-muscled everywhere, but eats enough to maintain a significant layer of padding on top of it]]. Whatever the explanation, it doesn't stop {{Spider-Man}} Franchise/SpiderMan from going to town on him for it, at one point responding to being told that Kingpin was planning a huge operation using most of his available mercenaries by commenting, "Oh, he must be getting take-out."
* Another example from ComicBook/{{Spider-Man}}'s ComicBook/SpiderMan's corner of the MU would be Nick Katzenberg, a Daily Bugle photographer, paparazzi, and rival to Peter Parker. While not a villain, Katzenberg was sleazy, immoral, and generally unpleasant, as well as a FatSlob.
6th Sep '17 4:16:52 PM DemonDuckofDoom
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* Franchise{{Batman}}'s StarterVillain, Alfred Stryker, was an overweight man willing to kill to take control of a company.
22nd Aug '17 6:14:46 AM CosmicFerret
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* The cynical fatty tabby, ''{{Garfield}}''. Other than abusing Odie and making his owner's life hell, he does nothing but eat and sleep.

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* The cynical fatty tabby, ''{{Garfield}}''.''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}''. Other than abusing Odie and making his owner's life hell, he does nothing but eat and sleep.
10th Aug '17 2:45:20 PM DarkPhoenix94
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** Dialed UpToEleven with the UltimateUniverse version of the Blob, to the point where he once paused during an attack on the [[strike:Avengers]] Ultimates' mansion to raid the fridge. Less funny was the time he was discovered [[ImAHumanitarian eating]] the Wasp's corpse.

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** Dialed Dialled UpToEleven with the UltimateUniverse version of the Blob, to the point where he once paused during an attack on the [[strike:Avengers]] Ultimates' mansion to raid the fridge. Less funny was the time he was discovered [[ImAHumanitarian eating]] the Wasp's corpse.corpse.
** The ''ComicBook/AgeOfApocalypse'' version was just as bad, if not worse - there was no indication that Ultimate Blob necessarily killed the Wasp, simply being an OpportunisticBastard in the most horrifying way possible. AoA Blob, by contrast, killed and ate AoA Nightcrawler's wife (possibly alive), then later taunted him about it. Nightcrawler, not having his canon counterpart's [[ThouShaltNotKill scruples]], responded by teleporting a shark into his stomach and letting it eat him alive. Yeah, the Age of Apocalypse is a horrifying place all round.
28th Jun '17 6:21:40 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* The writers of MarvelUniverse never seem to be able to decide just what the deal is with ComicBook/TheKingpin. He's an incredibly huge person, but depending on the writer this is because his muscles are so huge they make him look fat or that he's a greedy slob with no sense of control. Some split the difference and write that he's got incredibly powerful arm and leg muscles but is fat everywhere else because of overeating--[[FridgeLogic ignoring the more medically likely explanation that, like sumo wrestlers, he is well-muscled everywhere, but eats enough to maintain a significant layer of padding on top of it]].
** Whatever the explanation, it doesn't stop {{Spider-Man}} from going to town on him for it, at one point responding to being told that Kingpin was planning a huge operation using most of his available mercenaries by commenting, "Oh, he must be getting take-out."
*** Another example from Spider-Man's corner of the MU would be Nick Katzenberg, a Daily Bugle photographer and professional rival to Peter Parker. While not evil, Katzenberg was sleazy, immoral, and generally unpleasant.

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* The writers of MarvelUniverse never seem to be able to decide just what the deal is with ComicBook/TheKingpin. He's an incredibly huge person, but depending on the writer this is because his muscles are so huge they make him look fat or that he's a greedy slob with no sense of control. Some split the difference and write that he's got incredibly powerful arm and leg muscles but is fat everywhere else because of overeating--[[FridgeLogic ignoring the more medically likely explanation that, like sumo wrestlers, he is well-muscled everywhere, but eats enough to maintain a significant layer of padding on top of it]].
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it]]. Whatever the explanation, it doesn't stop {{Spider-Man}} from going to town on him for it, at one point responding to being told that Kingpin was planning a huge operation using most of his available mercenaries by commenting, "Oh, he must be getting take-out."
*** * Another example from Spider-Man's ComicBook/{{Spider-Man}}'s corner of the MU would be Nick Katzenberg, a Daily Bugle photographer photographer, paparazzi, and professional rival to Peter Parker. While not evil, a villain, Katzenberg was sleazy, immoral, and generally unpleasant.unpleasant, as well as a FatSlob.
12th Jan '17 6:00:40 AM Lloigor
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* [[ComicBook/XMen The Blob]], member of the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants. His weight and physical appearance are played up for horror and squick whenever he shows interest in a woman. In a bit of a subversion, his weight comes not from overeating but his mutation. When he was depowered, he ended up as his true weight - which was incredibly thin. After plastic surgery to remove his excess skin, he ended up being a pastiche of Jared from the Subway commercials. In the animated series and depending on the writer, he's still a greedy, slovenly, unhygienic pig, though. The animated series also tend to imply he is fat because of his eating habits.

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* [[ComicBook/XMen The Blob]], member of the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants. His weight and physical appearance are played up for horror and squick whenever he shows interest in a woman. In a bit of a subversion, his weight comes not from overeating but his mutation. When he was depowered, he ended up as his true weight - which was incredibly thin. After plastic surgery to remove his excess skin, he ended up being a pastiche of Jared from the Subway commercials. In the animated series and depending on the writer, DependingOnTheWriter, he's still a greedy, slovenly, unhygienic pig, though. The animated series also tend tends to imply he is fat because of his eating habits.
31st Jul '16 12:20:00 AM Anicomicgeek
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* A female example is ComicBook/AmandaWaller, who will manipulate and control people, commits crimes, put bombs into super villains, and even scares Batman. All done [[WellIntentionedExtremist for the greater good]] [[MyCountryRightOrWrong for her country]].
27th May '16 2:06:37 PM Doug86
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* [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} The Blob]], member of the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants. His weight and physical appearance are played up for horror and squick whenever he shows interest in a woman. In a bit of a subversion, his weight comes not from overeating but his mutation. When he was depowered, he ended up as his true weight - which was incredibly thin. After plastic surgery to remove his excess skin, he ended up being a pastiche of Jared from the Subway commercials. In the animated series and depending on the writer, he's still a greedy, slovenly, unhygienic pig, though. The animated series also tend to imply he is fat because of his eating habits.

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* [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} [[ComicBook/XMen The Blob]], member of the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants. His weight and physical appearance are played up for horror and squick whenever he shows interest in a woman. In a bit of a subversion, his weight comes not from overeating but his mutation. When he was depowered, he ended up as his true weight - which was incredibly thin. After plastic surgery to remove his excess skin, he ended up being a pastiche of Jared from the Subway commercials. In the animated series and depending on the writer, he's still a greedy, slovenly, unhygienic pig, though. The animated series also tend to imply he is fat because of his eating habits.
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