History Fridge / AtopTheFourthWall

29th Aug '17 4:20:36 PM Iamabrawler
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* In the Sleepwalker story arc, [[spoiler: The Entity returns and has taken on a holographic form after being forced out of Linkara.]] Linkara then has to team up with Vyce and they devise a plan. [[spoiler: It involves trapping the Entity into a pocket dimension from which it would be unable to escape, and in which it would eventually die. Considering what the Entity is, it makes a lot of sense that their method of stopping it involves catching it in some kind of system that calls to mind a Pokéball.]]
24th Jul '17 3:20:48 PM EricW
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** People, [[spoiler: The Entity]] is back. That's what [[spoiler: The King]] saw.
17th Jul '17 1:49:00 PM 1upmushroom
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* The King of Worms crying out "It can't be! It can't be! I'm sorry! I did not know! I did not know!" after dissecting Linkara's soul is rather mysterious. [[spoiler: Until you watch the Ultimate Power #4 review and realize that that may not have been Linkara at all.]]

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* The King of Worms crying out "It can't be! It can't be! I'm sorry! I did not know! I did not know!" after dissecting Linkara's soul is rather mysterious. [[spoiler: Until you watch the Ultimate Power #4 review and realize that that may not have been he likely wasn't dissecting Linkara at all.in the first place.]]
17th Jul '17 12:42:13 PM 1upmushroom
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* The King of Worms crying out "It can't be! It can't be! I'm sorry! I did not know! I did not know!" after dissecting Linkara's soul is rather mysterious. [[spoiler: Until you watch the Ultimate Power #4 review and realize that that may not have been Linkara at all.]]
11th Jul '17 6:16:29 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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* At first the connection between SilentHill and [[spoiler: Franchise/{{Pokemon}}]] seems tenuous at best but considering [[spoiler: [=MissingNo=]]] is a glitch himself perhaps Silent Hill is represented in the Entity's universe as [[spoiler: Glitch City]].

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* At first the connection between SilentHill Franchise/SilentHill and [[spoiler: Franchise/{{Pokemon}}]] seems tenuous at best but considering [[spoiler: [=MissingNo=]]] is a glitch himself perhaps Silent Hill is represented in the Entity's universe as [[spoiler: Glitch City]].



* The reason the SilentHill in the comics is so [[BuffySpeak not Silent Hilly]], is because it isn't the ''real'' Silent Hill, it's the one in Scott Ciencin's comics.

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* The reason the SilentHill ComicBook/SilentHill in the comics is so [[BuffySpeak not Silent Hilly]], is because it isn't the ''real'' Silent Hill, it's the one in Scott Ciencin's comics.



* Why is Lord Vyce such a dangerous villain? Because he uses both science and magic, just like Linkara. Vyce's shades are a combination of robotics and magic showing his skill in both areas. Linkara also uses both magic (Magic Gun, his spell book, etc.) and science (Pollo, Nimue, etc.). This is also why Linkara has little difficulty with most of his enemies. Dr. Insano and Dr. Linksano both focused on science and the SilentHill cult and the Gunslinger both focused on magic. Since they rely on just one of the two, it makes them weak in the other field allowing Linkara to one-up them. Lord Vyce however doesn't have this weakness since he specializes in both and requires more strategic thinking.[[spoiler: The same can be said about the entity since it's MissingNo, a computer glitch, with god-like powers.]]

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* Why is Lord Vyce such a dangerous villain? Because he uses both science and magic, just like Linkara. Vyce's shades are a combination of robotics and magic showing his skill in both areas. Linkara also uses both magic (Magic Gun, his spell book, etc.) and science (Pollo, Nimue, etc.). This is also why Linkara has little difficulty with most of his enemies. Dr. Insano and Dr. Linksano both focused on science and the SilentHill Franchise/SilentHill cult and the Gunslinger both focused on magic. Since they rely on just one of the two, it makes them weak in the other field allowing Linkara to one-up them. Lord Vyce however doesn't have this weakness since he specializes in both and requires more strategic thinking.[[spoiler: The same can be said about the entity since it's MissingNo, a computer glitch, with god-like powers.]]
11th Jul '17 1:19:05 PM KizunaTallis
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** [[spoiler: This could also explain the "I'm not that thin" message and why Linkara had been making jabs at his own weight in several consecutive episodes prior to the Silent Hill comic reviews in 2011- not only is Missingno the heaviest Pokemon, it's also taking 90's Kid's form, and since he looks identical to Linkara- who's a bit on the heavy side- he's "not that thin!"]]

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** [[spoiler: This could also explain the "I'm not that thin" message and why Linkara had been making jabs at his own weight in several consecutive episodes prior to the Silent Hill comic reviews in 2011- not only is Missingno the heaviest Pokemon, it's also taking 90's Kid's form, and since he looks identical to Linkara- Linkara - who's a bit on the heavy side- side - he's "not that thin!"]]thin!"]]
*** Or a [[spoiler:[[{{Jossed}} Jossing]] of a theory that The Entity was The Slender Man]].
25th Jun '17 10:47:15 AM nombretomado
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** ...and now a reading from TheOtherWiki:

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** ...and now a reading from TheOtherWiki: Wiki/TheOtherWiki:
13th Jun '17 8:52:29 PM nombretomado
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* In the review of ''[[VideoGame/{{Doom}} Doom #1]]'', 90's Kid claims that the game was an accurate account about space marines fighting the demons of Mars "back during World War II". Some might dismiss this as 90's Kid [[ArtisticLicenseHistory slacking off with his history]], but it could also be a reference to the second game, which featured bonus levels based on the WW2 first-person shooter ''Wolfenstein 3D'', which shares the same developers--and universe--as the ''Doom'' series.

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* In the review of ''[[VideoGame/{{Doom}} Doom #1]]'', 90's Kid claims that the game was an accurate account about space marines fighting the demons of Mars "back during World War II". Some might dismiss this as 90's Kid [[ArtisticLicenseHistory slacking off with his history]], but it could also be a reference to the second game, which featured bonus levels based on the WW2 UsefulNotes/WW2 first-person shooter ''Wolfenstein 3D'', which shares the same developers--and universe--as the ''Doom'' series.
27th Apr '17 9:09:55 PM Iamabrawler
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* At the end of his look at Marvel's crossover event Civil War, Linkara explains his stance on the comic's main debate: He would be against forced registration, but would accept voluntary registration of superheroes. This ties into the storyline, where it's explained that due to all the bizarre happenings around Linkara, the government wanted him assassinated until a reasonable authority figure (Allen) managed to create ties with him, making the interactions smoother. In some way, Linkara has lived it; a government that very suddenly tries to deal, without much tact, with a rising problem involving powered individuals who have the potential to cause great damage - and he found his own solution (build actual links of trust with someone there, like a form of "voluntary registration").
11th Apr '17 3:04:32 PM KrspaceT
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* 90's Kids and Harvey are both tied to two major eras of comics. 90's kids is obvious, given the 90's was a major turning point for comics for many ways, often worst. Harvey however comes from the 50's, when DC began the Silver Age. However like 90's kid Harvey's time brought something bad to comics as a whole: the Comics Code Authority.
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