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26th Apr '16 5:35:10 PM Mullon
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* The recent ''InjusticeGodsAmongUs'' comic book tie-in seems to be built on this. The first half seems made up of the world kicking as many dogs as possible to drive Superman insane, while the second half seems to building up to Superman kicking as many puppies to make Batman try to stop him more.

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* The recent ''InjusticeGodsAmongUs'' comic book tie-in seems to be ''ComicBOok/InjusticeGodsAmongUs'' is built on this. The first half seems comic is made up of the world kicking as many dogs as possible to drive Superman insane, while the second half seems to building up to Superman kicking as many puppies to make Batman try to stop him more.
28th Dec '15 5:23:09 AM Anddrix
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* Even when he claims to be doing things for the greater good, SelfDemonstrating/{{Sinestro}} always takes the time to kick a puppy or two along the way. One example that is close to a MoralEventHorizon would be [[spoiler: killing Kyle Rayner's mother via the living virus Despotellis and calling her a cow to Kyle's face -- all to turn him into Parallax's next host.]]

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* Even when he claims to be doing things for the greater good, SelfDemonstrating/{{Sinestro}} Sinestro always takes the time to kick a puppy or two along the way. One example that is close to a MoralEventHorizon would be [[spoiler: killing Kyle Rayner's mother via the living virus Despotellis and calling her a cow to Kyle's face -- all to turn him into Parallax's next host.]]
15th Nov '15 3:48:49 PM StFan
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* ''ZipiYZape'': Peloto does this a lot. [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotSymbolic Literally.]]

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* ''ZipiYZape'': ''ComicBook/ZipiYZape'': Peloto does this a lot. [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotSymbolic Literally.]]
18th Oct '15 5:36:01 PM nombretomado
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* Not that Jody from ''{{Preacher}}'' needed any further proof of his unredeemable bastardry, but in a feat fitting for the trope, he went beyond kicking Jesse Custer's pet dog Duke when it made the mistake of humping his leg: ''he nailed it by the head on a fence''.

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* Not that Jody from ''{{Preacher}}'' ''ComicBook/{{Preacher}}'' needed any further proof of his unredeemable bastardry, but in a feat fitting for the trope, he went beyond kicking Jesse Custer's pet dog Duke when it made the mistake of humping his leg: ''he nailed it by the head on a fence''.
18th Oct '15 12:56:37 PM Austin
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* Even when he claims to be doing things for the greater good, Sinestro always takes the time to kick a puppy or two along the way. One example that is close to a MoralEventHorizon would be [[spoiler: killing Kyle Rayner's mother via the living virus Despotellis and calling her a cow to Kyle's face -- all to turn him into Parallax's next host.]]

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* Even when he claims to be doing things for the greater good, Sinestro SelfDemonstrating/{{Sinestro}} always takes the time to kick a puppy or two along the way. One example that is close to a MoralEventHorizon would be [[spoiler: killing Kyle Rayner's mother via the living virus Despotellis and calling her a cow to Kyle's face -- all to turn him into Parallax's next host.]]
17th Oct '15 11:56:52 AM Anddrix
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* Even when he claims to be doing things for the greater good, {{Sinestro}} always takes the time to kick a puppy or two along the way. One example that is close to a MoralEventHorizon would be [[spoiler: killing Kyle Rayner's mother via the living virus Despotellis and calling her a cow to Kyle's face -- all to turn him into Parallax's next host.]]

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* Even when he claims to be doing things for the greater good, {{Sinestro}} Sinestro always takes the time to kick a puppy or two along the way. One example that is close to a MoralEventHorizon would be [[spoiler: killing Kyle Rayner's mother via the living virus Despotellis and calling her a cow to Kyle's face -- all to turn him into Parallax's next host.]]
23rd Sep '15 8:59:56 AM StFan
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* Just so you know [[GodLovesManKills Rev. Stryker]] is evil before you even meet him, his legions kill two unarmed six-year-olds and leave their corpses in a playground for other small impressionable children to see. Then once we do meet him, turns out he murdered his wife and child, his most loyal henchperson, and tried to kill Shadowcat, who at the time was a cute teenage girl.

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* ''ComicBook/GodLovesManKills'': Just so you know [[GodLovesManKills Rev. Stryker]] Stryker is evil before you even meet him, his legions kill two unarmed six-year-olds and leave their corpses in a playground for other small impressionable children to see. Then once we do meet him, turns out he murdered his wife and child, his most loyal henchperson, and tried to kill Shadowcat, who at the time was a cute teenage girl.
28th Aug '15 12:35:17 AM Adept
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** On the other hand, dog-kicking is contagious when it comes to Pro-Registration heroes. All right, MsMarvel, you know that Spider Woman II/Arachne is a traitor to the Pro-Registration side, you are to bring her down... but seriously, separating her with her dearest treasure (her grade-school daughter Rachel) is just... low. Maybe you've gone apologizing, but your friendship has been strained and if anyone's at fault it's ''you'', Carol.

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** On the other hand, dog-kicking is contagious when it comes to Pro-Registration heroes. All right, MsMarvel, ComicBook/MsMarvel, you know that Spider Woman II/Arachne is a traitor to the Pro-Registration side, you are to bring her down... but seriously, separating her with her dearest treasure (her grade-school daughter Rachel) is just... low. Maybe you've gone apologizing, but your friendship has been strained and if anyone's at fault it's ''you'', Carol.
14th Jul '15 10:33:30 AM nombretomado
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* In ''ComicBook/FinalCrisis Aftermath: Run'' #1, the Human Flame--the archetypical small time thug who had MartianManhunter killed--returns to his family's home, embraces his wife, and tells her how much he had missed her and their daughter. This is all a pretext to steal his car, with the daughter's bike still attached, while the wife is tied to a kitchen chair. The Flame had already crossed a MoralEventHorizon by leading a shootout through a BrandX Chuck E. Cheese. But just when it looked like writer Matt Sturges was humanizing him as at least a loving family man, whammo!

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* In ''ComicBook/FinalCrisis Aftermath: Run'' #1, the Human Flame--the archetypical small time thug who had MartianManhunter ComicBook/MartianManhunter killed--returns to his family's home, embraces his wife, and tells her how much he had missed her and their daughter. This is all a pretext to steal his car, with the daughter's bike still attached, while the wife is tied to a kitchen chair. The Flame had already crossed a MoralEventHorizon by leading a shootout through a BrandX Chuck E. Cheese. But just when it looked like writer Matt Sturges was humanizing him as at least a loving family man, whammo!
5th Jul '15 12:36:54 PM nombretomado
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* [[MemeticMutation When no-one was looking]], LexLuthor [[MemeticMutation stole forty cakes. That's as many as four tens.]] AndThatsTerrible.

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* [[MemeticMutation When no-one was looking]], LexLuthor ComicBook/LexLuthor [[MemeticMutation stole forty cakes. That's as many as four tens.]] AndThatsTerrible.
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