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2nd Dec '17 10:06:23 AM luisedgarf
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** Discussing ways about how to kill [[spoiler:Tavas Ikalik]][[labelnote:Explanation]]During and after the events of the Dornthant sub-arc, many fans were discussing methods to kill [[spoiler:Tavas Ikalik]] as not only he managed to ruin the titular protagonist (and also her family and many other people's) life's for good, but also he managed to [[KarmaHoudini get away with it]].[[/labelnote]]
16th Nov '17 2:16:17 PM Prfnoff
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* [Unsolicited opinions on Israel???] [[labelnote:Explanation]]From the short-lived ''Angela, Queen of Hell'', which in one cringeworthy panel replaced things a [[StrawmanPolitical Strawman MRA]] would say with TropeName-style topic labels.[[/labelnote]]
7th Nov '17 2:09:13 PM Anicomicgeek
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** [[spoiler: ComicBook/TheJoker now has more moral high standards than Steve Rogers.]][[labelnote:Explanation]]After TheReveal in a controversial story that Captain America was TheMole for his life-long enemy, HYDRA, some have taking to pointing out the image in EvenEvilHasStandards where the Joker is incensed at learning the Red Skull was indeed a Nazi and not faking it as part of a gimmick, and as a result point out that the Joker has more of a moral high ground that Cap.[[/labelnote]]

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** [[spoiler: ComicBook/TheJoker now has more moral high standards than Steve Rogers.]][[labelnote:Explanation]]After TheReveal in a controversial story that Captain America was TheMole for his life-long enemy, HYDRA, some have taking to pointing out the image in EvenEvilHasStandards from ''ComicBook/BatmanAndCaptainAmerica'', where the Joker is incensed at learning the Red Skull was indeed a Nazi and not faking it as part of a gimmick, and as a result point out that the Joker has more of a moral high ground that Cap.[[/labelnote]]
4th Sep '17 8:22:34 AM ImperialMajestyXO
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** "This looks like a job for Superman."
24th Aug '17 5:41:42 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* Franchise/WonderWoman breaking peoples necks a lot is [[MemeticPsychopath commonly thrown]] around. [[labelnote:Explanation]]She's snapped necks however [[NeverLiveItDown not nearly as often]] as the jokes suggest.[[/labelnote]]

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* Franchise/WonderWoman [[NeckSnap breaking peoples necks peoples' necks]] a lot is [[MemeticPsychopath commonly thrown]] around. [[labelnote:Explanation]]She's snapped necks however [[NeverLiveItDown not nearly as often]] as the jokes suggest.[[/labelnote]]
6th Aug '17 7:25:57 AM FuzzyBarbarian
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* "Because Speed Force.]] [[labelnote:Explanation]]The Speed Force, starting with Geoff Johns' Barry Allen run on ''The Flash'', was more and more used to pull convenient twists and retcons out of the writers' asses. While these were ''somewhat'' explained at first, eventually it reached the point that the Speed Force could just do whatever the writer wanted, often with the flimsiest of logic, at best. This got ''especially'' bad in the TV show.[[/labelnote]]

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* "Because Speed Force.]] [[labelnote:Explanation]]The Speed Force, starting with Geoff Johns' Barry Allen run on ''The Flash'', was more and more used to pull convenient twists and retcons out of the writers' asses. While these were ''somewhat'' explained at first, eventually it reached the point that the Speed Force could just do whatever the writer wanted, often with the flimsiest of logic, at best. This got ''especially'' bad in the TV show.[[/labelnote]]
6th Aug '17 7:25:41 AM FuzzyBarbarian
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* "Because Speed Force.]] [[labelnote:Explanation]]The Speed Force, starting with Geoff Johns' Barry Allen run on ''The Flash'', was more and more used to pull convenient twists and retcons out of the writers' asses. While these were ''somewhat'' explained at first, eventually it reached the point that the Speed Force could just do whatever the writer wanted, often with the flimsiest of logic, at best. This got ''especially'' bad in the TV show.[[/labelnote]]
14th Jun '17 2:08:23 PM brickbat1137
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*** I love the smell of 372,844 pancakes in the morning. Smells like victory.

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*** ** I love the smell of 372,844 pancakes in the morning. Smells like victory.
14th Jun '17 2:07:51 PM brickbat1137
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*** I love the smell of 372,844 pancakes in the morning. Smells like victory.
10th May '17 8:20:08 PM jormis29
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** Frank Face.[[labelnote:Explanation]]The nickname given to the surly expression the Punisher (and... [[OnlySixFaces nearly every other character]]) almost always has when drawn by Steve Dillon.[[/labelnote]]

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** Frank Face.[[labelnote:Explanation]]The nickname given to the surly expression the Punisher (and... [[OnlySixFaces nearly every other character]]) almost always has when drawn by Steve Dillon.Creator/SteveDillon.[[/labelnote]]
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