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11th Sep '15 4:25:03 PM nombretomado
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** In the most recent Earth-Prime story, [[BlackestNight the Black Lantern versions of character Prime killed]] enter Earth-Prime in order to get back at him. The writers are capable of having characters enter RealLife(or at least a very close replica of it) so long as they're from the DC Multiverse and have dimension-hopping technology. If they were completely aware that what they're writing is "real", they could potentially use any of the powerful characters to conquer the planet. [[FridgeBrilliance Which might explain why Superboy Prime]] [[WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity is such a psycho...]]

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** In the most recent Earth-Prime story, [[BlackestNight [[ComicBook/BlackestNight the Black Lantern versions of character Prime killed]] enter Earth-Prime in order to get back at him. The writers are capable of having characters enter RealLife(or at least a very close replica of it) so long as they're from the DC Multiverse and have dimension-hopping technology. If they were completely aware that what they're writing is "real", they could potentially use any of the powerful characters to conquer the planet. [[FridgeBrilliance Which might explain why Superboy Prime]] [[WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity is such a psycho...]]
10th Sep '15 12:33:23 AM SuperMagneto
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* Imagine our would being full of demons, gods, meta-humans, costume crooks, an evil clown, time travelers, and mad scientists. In DC, it's easy for a petty thug to create a ray gun in his grandma's basement and use it to terrorize people. Did I mention the adult heroes are okay with kids fighting mercenaries and aliens by themselves?

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* Imagine our would world being full of demons, gods, meta-humans, costume crooks, an evil clown, time travelers, and mad scientists. In DC, it's easy for a petty thug to create a ray gun in his grandma's basement and use it to terrorize people. Did I mention the adult heroes are okay with kids fighting mercenaries and aliens by themselves?
15th Jun '14 8:48:38 PM SuperMagneto
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* Imagine our would being full of demons, gods, meta-humans, costume crooks, an evil clown, time travelers, and mad scientists. In DC, it's easy for a petty thug to create a ray gun in his grandma's basement and use it to terrorize people. Did I mention the adult heroes are okay with our teen kids fighting mercenaries and aliens?

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* Imagine our would being full of demons, gods, meta-humans, costume crooks, an evil clown, time travelers, and mad scientists. In DC, it's easy for a petty thug to create a ray gun in his grandma's basement and use it to terrorize people. Did I mention the adult heroes are okay with our teen kids fighting mercenaries and aliens?
aliens by themselves?
15th Jun '14 8:47:26 PM SuperMagneto
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* Imagine our would being full of demons, gods, meta-humans, costume crooks, an evil clown, time travelers, and mad scientists. In DC, it's easy for a petty thug to create a ray gun in his grandma's basement and use it to terrorize people. Did I mention the adult heroes are okay with our teen kids fighting mercenaries and aliens?
5th Jul '13 2:57:27 PM TVRulezAgain
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** Oh... and the universe has only ONE super-powered being: a CompleteMonster who has committed mass murder, gleefully killing people left and right, and who brutally enslaved his adopted parents and did vague bad things to the only friend he had in the world when (via the comics of his atrocities), they confronted him with what he did when he finally returned to their universe. The only people who can stop him? They won't be born until 1000 years later and the one who has the best possible chance to HURT Superboy-Prime (Element Lad) was casually murdered by him.

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** Oh... and the universe has only ONE super-powered being: a CompleteMonster who has committed mass murder, gleefully killing people left and right, and who brutally enslaved his adopted parents and did vague bad things to the only friend he had in the world when (via the comics of his atrocities), they confronted him with what he did when he finally returned to their universe. The only people who can stop him? They won't be born until 1000 years later and the one who has the best possible chance to HURT Superboy-Prime (Element Lad) was casually murdered by him.
10th Jun '13 5:59:27 PM Johnny1993
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**** And all because the writers decided to connect the Threeboot to their Legion of Three Worlds story. [[StrawmanHasAPoint Perhaps we'd have been better off if Superboy Prime managed to kill the DC Comics writers.]]


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** In the most recent Earth-Prime story, [[BlackestNight the Black Lantern versions of character Prime killed]] enter Earth-Prime in order to get back at him. The writers are capable of having characters enter RealLife(or at least a very close replica of it) so long as they're from the DC Multiverse and have dimension-hopping technology. If they were completely aware that what they're writing is "real", they could potentially use any of the powerful characters to conquer the planet. [[FridgeBrilliance Which might explain why Superboy Prime]] [[WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity is such a psycho...]]
17th Feb '13 8:06:03 PM Biffbiffley
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** More so when you realize it likely would seem like eons to him instead of the months it would take to physically starve.
28th Jul '12 11:19:32 PM Bluecho
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* As of the 2011 reboot, the Flash gained a new use for the speed force: the ability to speed up his own thought processes, allowing him to extrapolate out from available data on the surroundings and basically map out the optimal solution from many possible scenerios. And all in his head within seconds. Just think that one Nick Cage film and you'll have it down basically. The problem is it can be difficult for the Flash to differentiate between his projections and reality, which can leave him in a trance. Obviously, the comics establish this can lead to being massively vulnerable, since only a jolt from outside can break his fuge state. So naturally for this reason he doesn't use it often.
** But there's also another possibility that's not brought up and does fall into the realms of fridge horror. All that assumes he'll be vulnerable if someone decides to attack him. What if no one ever does, and he's just left there to rapidly think? As in, forever? Or rather, until he dies of thirst?
31st May '12 4:41:01 AM SeptimusHeap
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** Superboy Prime is actually on the DC forums, under the username clarkkent-prime. This [[PsychopathicManchild insane,]] [[YourMileageMayVary bordeline]] [[CompleteMonster monstrous]] PhysicalGod ''exists.''. Imagine what'll happen when he flies into another tantrum. With all his powers. We are all screwed.

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** Superboy Prime is actually on the DC forums, under the username clarkkent-prime. This [[PsychopathicManchild insane,]] [[YourMileageMayVary bordeline]] [[CompleteMonster monstrous]] bordeline monstrous PhysicalGod ''exists.''. Imagine what'll happen when he flies into another tantrum. With all his powers. We are all screwed.
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