History NoodleIncident / ComicBooks

3rd Apr '16 7:13:10 AM Cronosonic
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** After the events of ComicBook/SecretWars2015, Cyclops seems to be hated by everyone, including his past self, for... Something. Yeah. Apparently Cyclops did something rather heinous, but nobody's saying ''what'' it is. It's more annoying than suspenseful at this point.
6th Mar '16 9:09:12 AM DVB
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* In ''ComicBook/AstroCity'' it remained unexplained for a long time why the statue of the Silver Agent was inscribed "To our eternal shame." It was finally revealed that [[spoiler:he had been unjustly executed for a murder he committed under mind control because the government wanted to make people know they still had control over metahumans... and he ''still returned'' to save the world several times afterwards]].

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* In ''ComicBook/AstroCity'' it remained unexplained for a long time why the statue of the Silver Agent was inscribed "To our eternal shame." It was finally revealed that [[spoiler:he had been unjustly executed for a murder he committed under mind control because the government wanted to make people know they still had control over metahumans... and he ''still returned'' to save the world several times afterwards]].afterwards (through the use of time travel.) Furthermore, he gave himself up without a fight when it was to be executed.]].
24th Jan '16 3:11:33 PM Anddrix
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* In ''[[ComicBook/TheMultiversity Mastermen #1]]'', apparently one of the many opponents Overman and his world's league faced was the "Luthor League". No further details on that are given, however.
8th Jan '16 2:39:43 PM elaine22459
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* In the graphic novel, ''Generation Zero'', the main characters, Johnny, Dancer and Kube are called before the Council. (The ruling government of their post WWIII arctic underground city.) As they head for the meeting place, they wonder what kind of trouble they are in '''this time''' and there are discussions about Level 13 and the Congressmanís wife. Sadly the details are never given.
31st Oct '15 4:29:32 PM nombretomado
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* Used in a ''[[ComicStrip/DennisTheMenaceUK Dennis the Menace]]'' strip in TheBeano where a certain not fully explained and not shown incident involving microwaves, mobile phones and the fire brigade being the reason for Dennis not being left at home on his own.

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* Used in a ''[[ComicStrip/DennisTheMenaceUK Dennis the Menace]]'' strip in TheBeano ComicBook/TheBeano where a certain not fully explained and not shown incident involving microwaves, mobile phones and the fire brigade being the reason for Dennis not being left at home on his own.
17th Oct '15 9:06:41 AM StFan
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** In Issue 9, Big [=McIntosh's=] sojourn through the Summer Wrap-Up carnival involves him accidentally going through a time warp at the science fair, saving Ponyville from mutant apes, and coming back 5 minutes before he left.

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** In Issue 9, Big [=McIntosh's=] Macintosh's sojourn through the Summer Wrap-Up carnival involves him accidentally going through a time warp at the science fair, saving Ponyville from mutant apes, and coming back 5 minutes before he left.
13th Sep '15 1:30:46 AM relentlessimp
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** On a more serious note, when asked later in the series how many people he's killed, he says soberly, "Thirteen." He also notes that all of them were in self-defense, except one. The one he [[spoiler:[[WordOfGod considers to be Vita Severn]]]]. As for the others, at least two are in the comics, towards the end of Year One. Two guys not pleased with one of his exposés really did come into his apartment and tried to kill him. He killed them first.

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** On a more serious note, when asked later in the series how many people he's killed, he says soberly, "Thirteen."Sixteen." He also notes that all of them were in self-defense, except one. The one he [[spoiler:[[WordOfGod considers to be Vita Severn]]]]. As for the others, at least two are in the comics, towards the end of Year One. Two guys not pleased with one of his exposés really did come into his apartment and tried to kill him. He killed them first.
19th Jul '15 9:24:40 AM wrm5
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* Brian Michael Bendis likes to use the line, "You still owe me eight dollars from that thing that time."

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* %%* Brian Michael Bendis likes to use the line, "You still owe me eight dollars from that thing that time.""
* The ''ComicBook/BigTroubleInLittleChina'' comic book gives us the story of Jack's second marriage, which apprently involved a fake pregnancy, Mexican bikers, and a Babylonian death cult... or possibly a taco truck.
19th Jun '15 10:05:02 PM Kirayoshi
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** Creator/JohnByrne combined this trope with LeaningOnTheFourthWall in one issue; the Fantastic Four were just getting back from a mission in outer space, the details of which were never actually revealed. ComicBooks/SheHulk (who was subbing for the Thing at the time) commented that their mission should give the company that publishes the FF comic book material for some great stories, but the Human Torch answered, "I dunno, Shulkie. Right now there's a theory that 'Cosmic doesn't sell'."

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** Creator/JohnByrne combined this trope with LeaningOnTheFourthWall in one issue; the Fantastic Four were just getting back from a mission in outer space, the details of which were never actually revealed. ComicBooks/SheHulk Comicbook/SheHulk (who was subbing for the Thing at the time) commented that their mission should give the company that publishes the FF comic book material for some great stories, but the Human Torch answered, "I dunno, Shulkie. Right now there's a theory that 'Cosmic doesn't sell'."
18th Jun '15 11:23:02 PM Kirayoshi
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** Creator/JohnByrne combined this trope with LeaningOnTheFourthWall in one issue; the Fantastic Four were just getting back from a mission in outer space, the details of which were never actually revealed. ComicBooks/SheHulk (who was subbing for the Thing at the time) commented that their mission should give the company that publishes the FF comic book material for some great stories, but the Human Torch answered, "I dunno, Shulkie. Right now there's a theory that 'Cosmic doesn't sell'."
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