History Heartwarming / AstroCity

6th Oct '16 10:28:21 AM Doc_Loki
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* In "Confession", it's revealed that the Crossbreed (a superteam composed of evangelical Christians) is fully aware that the Confessor is a vampire, but keep his secret because they believe (correctly) that he is a true hero.
25th Sep '16 4:37:08 PM StClair
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-->'''The Hanged Man:''' [[AC:No one forgets. No one. Good night, Michael Teniceck. Sleep well.]]

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-->'''The --->'''The Hanged Man:''' [[AC:No one forgets. No one. Good night, Michael Teniceck. Sleep well.]]
26th May '16 11:35:51 AM Scorntex
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* The "Tarnished Angel" arc had Steeljack meet Quarrel, and accidentally piss her off trying to tell her that her father, the first Quarrel, would be proud of the life she's made. Flash-forward to the Vertigo series, and Steeljack mentions she helped him start up his private detective agency.
28th Jun '15 9:42:58 PM Goldfritha
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* Caplinville. ''Everyone'' knows the local superhero's identity. And there's a large reward out for him as a fugitive from justice. their reaction? Faced with a CoverBreakingSuperPower use, they blandly tell the most improbable stories to explain it away. And they come to his aid when he's overwhelmed by a ZergRush of enemies.

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* Caplinville. ''Everyone'' knows the local superhero's identity. And there's a large reward out for him as a fugitive from justice. their reaction? Faced with a CoverBreakingSuperPower CoverBlowingSuperPower use, they blandly tell the most improbable stories to explain it away. And they come to his aid when he's overwhelmed by a ZergRush of enemies.
28th Jun '15 7:40:19 PM Goldfritha
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* Caplinville. ''Everyone'' knows the local superhero's identity. And there's a large reward out for him as a fugitive from justice. their reaction? Faced with a CoverBreakingSuperPower use, they blandly tell the most improbable stories to explain it away. And they come to his aid when he's overwhelmed by a ZergRush of enemies.
9th Jun '15 7:44:50 PM Eagal
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* This, from ''The Nearness of You'':

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* This, from From ''The Nearness of You'':You'', a story about a man who's haunted by memories of a woman he's never met. It turns out that woman is his wife, but she was one of many casualties in some CrisisCrossover event that {{RetCon}}ed her from existence. The Hanged Man offers to erase the memories for him, but he refuses. Before The Hanged Man leaves he asks if anyone else chose to forget:
14th May '15 3:57:57 AM LondonPurple
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* Starfighter's story. The story has a slight ominous tone, as the elderly hero is losing connection to the source of his power. But it's revealed that it's simply because the power believes he has earned a peaceful retirement, and it has found five suitable successors to him, including his daughter. The last pages show Starfighter simply relaxing on his palace's balcony, watching his wife fly, drinking a beer, and writing.
19th Mar '15 6:59:00 AM narm00
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** It's worth noticing that "The Nearness of You" is Kurt Busiek's own favorite, because [[WordOfGod it's the one story idea that looked just as good as a finished comic as it did in his head]].

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** It's worth noticing noting that "The Nearness of You" is Kurt Busiek's own favorite, because [[WordOfGod it's the one story idea that looked just as good as a finished comic as it did in his head]].



* Issue 16. Especially the part where Starbright manages to convince his main enemy, Simon Says, into reforming, by sheer dint of who he was: richest kid in town and the high-school quarterback, the sort of person Simon hated, was in fact the super-hero who never stopped believing Simon could have been so much more. And then, when he dies in a HeroicSacrifice, it's enough to convince Simon not only to give up super-villainly, but become the next Starbright [[spoiler:herself]].

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* Issue Vertigo issue 16. Especially the part where Starbright manages to convince his main enemy, Simon Says, into reforming, by sheer dint of who he was: the richest kid in town and the high-school quarterback, the sort of person Simon hated, was in fact the super-hero who never stopped believing Simon could have been so much more. And then, when he dies in a HeroicSacrifice, it's enough to convince Simon not only to give up super-villainly, super-villainy, but become the next Starbright [[spoiler:herself]].
25th Feb '15 11:41:09 PM LBHills
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23rd Nov '14 8:44:33 PM sslemmons
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* Issue 16. Especially the part where Starbright manages to convince his main enemy, Simon Says, into reforming, by sheer dint of who he was: richest kid in town and the high-school quarterback, the sort of person Simon hated, was in fact the super-hero who never stopped believing Simon could have been so much more. And then, when he dies in a HeroicSacrifice, it's enough to convince Simon not only to give up super-villainly, but become the next Starbight [[spoiler:herself]].

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* Issue 16. Especially the part where Starbright manages to convince his main enemy, Simon Says, into reforming, by sheer dint of who he was: richest kid in town and the high-school quarterback, the sort of person Simon hated, was in fact the super-hero who never stopped believing Simon could have been so much more. And then, when he dies in a HeroicSacrifice, it's enough to convince Simon not only to give up super-villainly, but become the next Starbight Starbright [[spoiler:herself]].
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