History KarmaHoudini / ComicBooks

1st May '18 10:09:46 PM DemonDuckofDoom
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* ''ComicBook/CaptainFlash'': The Mirror Man is never punished for all his murdering of scientists.
24th Feb '18 12:13:49 PM CaptainTedium
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* ''ComicBook/NewWarriors'' featured a villain team called Eugenix, whose goal was to improve the human race by killing or sterilizing everyone they deemed genetically inferior. Their last appearance was in the second issue of volume two, where they escaped the New Warriors to continue their plans without punishment.
30th Sep '17 3:18:03 PM morenohijazo
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* ''ComicBook/MortadeloYFilemon'': From time to time, Mortadelo gets away with things because some misunderstanding results in someone else being blamed. For instance, when Filemón sees him smoking a cigar and Mortadelo offers him one, he quickly goes to the cigar box to take it. Cue the Super appearing out of nowhere to catch Filemón red-handed and grab him by the neck, saying "At last I've found the jerk who steals my cigars!"
23rd Sep '17 1:46:00 PM morenohijazo
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* ''ComicBook/MortadeloYFilemon'': From time to time, Mortadelo gets away with things because some misunderstanding results in someone else being blamed. For instance, when Filemón sees him smoking a cigar and Mortadelo offers him one, he quickly goes to the cigar box to take it. Cue the Super appearing out of nowhere to catch Filemón red-handed and grab him by the neck, saying "At last I've found the jerk who steals my cigars!"
6th Sep '17 2:36:12 PM MagBas
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* ''ComicBook/SecretEmpire'': A meta-example, where writer Nick Spencer and Marvel Comics editorial are the Karma Houdinis--by ending the series with a "good" Captain America publicly defeating the fascist Captain America that led the HYDRA takeover of America, Spencer and Marvel get to dodge any long-term, in-universe consequences for turning one of their flagship heroes into a fascist villain, and do so without ''technically'' going back on their word that the events of ''Secret Empire'' wouldn't be retconned away.

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* ''ComicBook/SecretEmpire'': A meta-example, where writer Nick Spencer and Marvel Comics editorial are the Karma Houdinis--by ending the series with a "good" Captain America publicly defeating the fascist Captain America that led the HYDRA takeover of America, Spencer and Marvel get to dodge any long-term, in-universe consequences for turning one of their flagship heroes into a fascist villain, and do so without ''technically'' going back on their word that the events of ''Secret Empire'' wouldn't be retconned away.
6th Sep '17 2:22:03 PM Pennyforth
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* ''ComicBook/SecretEmpire'': A meta-example, where writer Nick Spencer and Marvel Comics editorial are the Karma Houdinis--by ending the series with a "good" Captain America publicly defeating the fascist Captain America that led the HYDRA takeover of America, Spencer and Marvel get to dodge any long-term, in-universe consequences for turning one of their flagship heroes into a fascist villain, and do so without ''technically'' going back on their word that the events of ''Secret Empire'' wouldn't be retconned away.
15th Jun '17 12:24:34 AM DemonDuckofDoom
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* ''ComicBook/SuperAmerican'': Murderous fascist Vultro flees in an airplane while Super-American isn't looking, promising to continue his plans of conquest.
6th Jun '17 6:27:15 PM DemonDuckofDoom
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* ''ComicBook/WillEisnersWonderMan'': General Attila gets off scot-free for killing refugees and starving his people, with his only punishment being a scar on his face from Wonder Man.
2nd Jun '17 11:51:54 PM DemonDuckofDoom
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* ''ComicBook/{{Gunsmoke}}'': Curly Joe vanished without a trace after massacring a rival gang over a silver mine long before a story where a former goon of his is a VillainOfTheWeek.
10th May '17 8:55:33 PM DemonDuckofDoom
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* ''ComicBook/PatPatriotAmericasJoanOfArc'': The Mallet, commander or a Japanese spy ring in China, escapes while Pat and the Chinese military take out his army. Given that the comic ends with an announcement that he's got a new scheme brewing, it can be presumed that ht would have become Pat's Arch-Enemy if the series didn't end.
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