History KarmaHoudini / ComicBooks

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.
5th May '17 10:59:33 PM DemonDuckofDoom
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* ''ComicBook/KismetManOfFate'':
** {{Satan}} is never even directly confronted in-comic, let alone punished for masterminding World War II.
** Flame and Bruta escape after supplying Hitler with a super weapon that could win him the war.
** As the comic ended in 1943, UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler makes a narrow escape from Kismet's wrath. However, if this universe follows history, he will get his comeuppance soon enough.
30th Apr '17 10:27:07 PM DemonDuckofDoom
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* ''ComicBook/ElKuraan'': The Pasha gets away scot-free with tricking an American into letting him be the middleman for buying off tribal lands, pocketing the cash and driving the tribe off the lands. All that our hero does is scare him shitless.
22nd Apr '17 11:22:56 PM CaptainTedium
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* ''ComicBook/TheUnfunnies'' was about a child murderer named Troy Hicks who escapes capital punishment by trading places with Frosty Pete, one of the characters in his comic strip known as ''The Funnies'', and causing all sorts of horrible things to happen while Frosty Pete gets the chair in his place. Any and all efforts the characters make to put a stop to Hicks' ways turn out to be futile, since his being the creator of their world enables him to avoid every attempt they make at capturing or killing him.
22nd Mar '17 11:22:23 PM Eoppen
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** [[spoiler: In "The Last Jack Tale," Jack of Fables is finally caught by a lot of devils he cheated on deals for his soul, and imprisoned on a barren planet. However, he spends his time there thinking up and writing down ''every'' detail of a world exactly to his liking "without all those consequences," and when he's ready, he summons his old friend the Pathetic Fallacy, and makes it real, to spend eternity in his version of Paradise.]]
8th Feb '17 11:50:51 PM infernape612
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* In ''Franchise/StarWars: Comicbook/{{Legacy}}'', most of the truly heinous villains, namely [[BigBad Darth Krayt]],[[TheDragon Darth Wyyrlok]], [[TheBrute Darth Stryfe]], [[GeneralRipper Darth Rauder]], and genocidal [[MadScientist Vul Isen]] ''do'' receive punishment, several secondary antagonists including Darths Nihl, Talon, Havoc, and Maladi, and Sith Apprentice Saarai decide to say ScrewThisImOuttaHere at the deaths of their superiors and return this Sith to their Sidious-era ways of subterfuge rather than the all-out war Krayt espoused. As such, they avoid any comeuppance, and with the 2014 reworking of the franchise's continuity policy, it seems likely to stay that way.

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* In ''Franchise/StarWars: Comicbook/{{Legacy}}'', most of the truly heinous villains, namely [[BigBad Darth Krayt]],[[TheDragon Krayt]], [[TheDragon Darth Wyyrlok]], [[TheBrute Darth Stryfe]], [[GeneralRipper Darth Rauder]], and genocidal [[MadScientist Vul Isen]] ''do'' receive punishment, several secondary antagonists including Darths Nihl, Talon, Havoc, and Maladi, and Sith Apprentice Saarai decide to say ScrewThisImOuttaHere at the deaths of their superiors and return this Sith to their Sidious-era ways of subterfuge rather than the all-out war Krayt espoused. As such, they avoid any comeuppance, and with the 2014 reworking of the franchise's continuity policy, it seems likely to stay that way.
18th Sep '16 1:22:58 PM nombretomado
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* Moose Mason from ArchieComics. He beats up any guy who so much as looks at his girlfriend Midge, sometimes even sending guys to the hospital, and never gets any punishment at all for his violence. Worst of all was the time when he went so far as to [[SuperPersistentPredator spend]] ''[[SuperPersistentPredator several days]]'' [[SuperPersistentPredator hunting down Reggie Mantle, not stopping until he finally got the chance to beat him up]]. [[MoralEventHorizon That goes beyond bullying and enters the realm of pure sadism.]] Of course, Moose ''is'' an idiot, possibly even subhuman. So he presumably can't be held responsible for what he does, and the other characters just tend to see it as ExitPursuedByABear. (Or maybe it's just that most other characters think [[{{Jerkass}} Reggie has it coming]]; he's rarely an innocent in any such conflict.)

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* Moose Mason from ArchieComics.Franchise/ArchieComics. He beats up any guy who so much as looks at his girlfriend Midge, sometimes even sending guys to the hospital, and never gets any punishment at all for his violence. Worst of all was the time when he went so far as to [[SuperPersistentPredator spend]] ''[[SuperPersistentPredator several days]]'' [[SuperPersistentPredator hunting down Reggie Mantle, not stopping until he finally got the chance to beat him up]]. [[MoralEventHorizon That goes beyond bullying and enters the realm of pure sadism.]] Of course, Moose ''is'' an idiot, possibly even subhuman. So he presumably can't be held responsible for what he does, and the other characters just tend to see it as ExitPursuedByABear. (Or maybe it's just that most other characters think [[{{Jerkass}} Reggie has it coming]]; he's rarely an innocent in any such conflict.)
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