History SealedEvilInACan / ComicBooks

5th Jun '17 1:36:04 PM SilverFang
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** WordOfGod says he got many complaints about how mean Shiklah could be to Deadpool, and the ruining of their relationship. He says he has to remind people that Shiklah is a demon, after all.
* Editor Jordan White received a question asking how Shiklah feels about Ellie, her husband's daughter. He states that Shiklah doesn't care for Ellie at all, and that the feelings is probably mutual since most girls don't like their WickedStepMother

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** WordOfGod says he got many complaints about how mean Shiklah could be to Deadpool, and the ruining of their relationship. He says he has to remind people that Shiklah is a demon, after all.
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all, and reminding people that she did try to kill Deadpool shortly after meeting him.
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Editor Jordan White received a question asking how Shiklah feels about Ellie, her husband's daughter. He states that Shiklah doesn't care for Ellie at all, and that the feelings is probably mutual since most girls don't like their WickedStepMother
5th Jun '17 1:34:10 PM SilverFang
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* Shiklah of ''Comicbook/Deadpool''. And ancient demon succubus. Dracula contracts Deadpool with the task of retrieving her coffin and bringing her to him so they can wed. Shiklah was sealed away centuries ago by her father so he could protect her. While travelling with the coffin, a creature tells Deadpool that he senses evil in the coffin he's carrying, and fights Deadpool to destroy it. Once she awakens, she introduces herself to Deadpool, then attempts to drain his life-force with a kiss, smiling after believing him to be dead. Thanks to his healing factor, he survived. Later, Blade, the vampire hunter appears and attempts to kill Shiklah to stop her from marrying Dracula, but Deadpool and Shiklah fight him off. He and Shiklah eventually fall in love, and get married to thwart Dracula's plans. When their marriage starts to suffer due to Wade's absence, Shiklah begins cheating on him with numerous monsters from her kingdom, then eventually declares war on the surface world in attempts to take over. The war ends with Shiklah marrying Dracula like originally intended, and leaving Deadpool a note to get on with his life. But the future in 2099 shows he and Shiklah do get back together, but had more wars with one another, leading to Deadpool having to seal her away again in a coffin that he had shrunken, and keeps on his heart.

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* Shiklah of ''Comicbook/Deadpool''. And ''{{Comicbook/Deadpool}}''. An ancient demon succubus.Succubus. Dracula contracts Deadpool with the task of retrieving her coffin and bringing her to him so they can wed. Shiklah was sealed away centuries ago by her father so he could protect her. While travelling with the coffin, a creature tells Deadpool that he senses evil in the coffin he's carrying, coffin, and fights Deadpool to destroy it. Once she awakens, she introduces herself to Deadpool, then attempts to drain his life-force with a kiss, smiling after believing him to be dead. Thanks to his healing factor, HealingFactor, he survived. Later, Blade, the vampire hunter appears and attempts to kill Shiklah to stop her from marrying Dracula, but Deadpool and Shiklah fight him off. He and Shiklah eventually fall in love, and get married to thwart Dracula's plans. When their marriage starts to suffer due to Wade's absence, Shiklah begins cheating on him with numerous monsters from her kingdom, then eventually declares war on the surface world in attempts to take over.over and liberate her monsters. The war ends with Shiklah marrying Dracula like originally intended, and leaving Deadpool a note to get on with his life. But the future in 2099 shows he and Shiklah do get back together, but had more wars with one another, leading to Deadpool having to seal her away again in a coffin that he had shrunken, and keeps on his heart.heart.
**WordOfGod says he got many complaints about how mean Shiklah could be to Deadpool, and the ruining of their relationship. He says he has to remind people that Shiklah is a demon, after all.
* Editor Jordan White received a question asking how Shiklah feels about Ellie, her husband's daughter. He states that Shiklah doesn't care for Ellie at all, and that the feelings is probably mutual since most girls don't like their WickedStepMother
5th Jun '17 1:24:49 PM SilverFang
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* Shiklah of ''Comicbook/Deadpool''. And ancient demon succubus. Dracula contracts Deadpool with the task of retrieving her coffin and bringing her to him so they can wed. Shiklah was sealed away centuries ago by her father so he could protect her. While travelling with the coffin, a creature tells Deadpool that he senses evil in the coffin he's carrying, and fights Deadpool to destroy it. Once she awakens, she introduces herself to Deadpool, then attempts to drain his life-force with a kiss, smiling after believing him to be dead. Thanks to his healing factor, he survived. Later, Blade, the vampire hunter appears and attempts to kill Shiklah to stop her from marrying Dracula, but Deadpool and Shiklah fight him off. He and Shiklah eventually fall in love, and get married to thwart Dracula's plans. When their marriage starts to suffer due to Wade's absence, Shiklah begins cheating on him with numerous monsters from her kingdom, then eventually declares war on the surface world in attempts to take over. The war ends with Shiklah marrying Dracula like originally intended, and leaving Deadpool a note to get on with his life. But the future in 2099 shows he and Shiklah do get back together, but had more wars with one another, leading to Deadpool having to seal her away again in a coffin that he had shrunken, and keeps on his heart.
4th Jun '17 7:02:51 PM nombretomado
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** Then came ''WorldWarHulk'', when a [[GodzillaThreshold desperate Strange]] let Zom back ''out'' of the bottle -- and quickly discovered that EvilIsNotAToy.

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** Then came ''WorldWarHulk'', ''ComicBook/WorldWarHulk'', when a [[GodzillaThreshold desperate Strange]] let Zom back ''out'' of the bottle -- and quickly discovered that EvilIsNotAToy.
4th Mar '17 12:13:47 PM nombretomado
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* [[MarvelComics Tiamut the Dreaming Celestial]] was exiled to Earth by his Celestial brethren for committing a crime against "life itself". [[spoiler:Later revealed to be a case of SealedGoodInACan. Tiamut objected when the others tried to cull the Deviants of Earth, and was punished for it. The Deviants understandably worship Tiamut as their savior.]]

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* [[MarvelComics [[Creator/MarvelComics Tiamut the Dreaming Celestial]] was exiled to Earth by his Celestial brethren for committing a crime against "life itself". [[spoiler:Later revealed to be a case of SealedGoodInACan. Tiamut objected when the others tried to cull the Deviants of Earth, and was punished for it. The Deviants understandably worship Tiamut as their savior.]]
1st Nov '16 5:15:57 AM Morgenthaler
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* Jurid from ComicBook/ThievesAndKings, also known as "the Dawn Swallower", is a powerful monster, but spent a thousand years or so stuck in a glass bottle, trapped by a young girl.

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* Jurid from ComicBook/ThievesAndKings, also known as "the Dawn Swallower", is a powerful monster, but spent a thousand years or so stuck in a glass bottle, trapped by a young girl.girl.
* ''ComicBook/BlackMoonChronicles'': After Methraton defeats Lucifer during his invasion of the New Earth he seals him away inside a prison elsewhere, since he's too powerful to destroy completely.
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7th Aug '16 10:08:38 AM nombretomado
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* In ''TheDCU'', the PhantomZone is essentially an other-dimensional prison that holds numerous Kryptonian criminals. As such, there many stories where the prisoners escape and the heroes have to fight to throw them back into the Zone.
* The Source Wall in TheDCU is a huge cosmic barrier between the Source (the source of power behind existence itself) and the rest of creation. The Wall is decorated with the bodies and visages of all of the would be conquerors who have sought to claim the power of the Source for themselves, imprisoning them for all eternity. The Wall is one of the more effective Cans in fiction and only three people have ever escaped it. One of them, Yuga Khan (the father of {{ComicBook/Darkseid}}), managed to summon just enough power to free himself from the Wall...only to get himself imprisoned in it again in another bid to obtain the Source, this time for good. The second one was Darkseid himself, and he needed the help of the one who imprisoned him in the first place ({{Superman}}) to do it. The third was Superman, who was trapped by Darkseid and required the help of every variation of Supergirl from the last twenty years to break free.

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* In ''TheDCU'', the Franchise/TheDCU:
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PhantomZone is essentially an other-dimensional prison that holds numerous Kryptonian criminals. As such, there many stories where the prisoners escape and the heroes have to fight to throw them back into the Zone.
* ** The Source Wall in TheDCU is a huge cosmic barrier between the Source (the source of power behind existence itself) and the rest of creation. The Wall is decorated with the bodies and visages of all of the would be conquerors who have sought to claim the power of the Source for themselves, imprisoning them for all eternity. The Wall is one of the more effective Cans in fiction and only three people have ever escaped it. One of them, Yuga Khan (the father of {{ComicBook/Darkseid}}), managed to summon just enough power to free himself from the Wall...only to get himself imprisoned in it again in another bid to obtain the Source, this time for good. The second one was Darkseid himself, and he needed the help of the one who imprisoned him in the first place ({{Superman}}) to do it. The third was Superman, who was trapped by Darkseid and required the help of every variation of Supergirl from the last twenty years to break free.
31st Dec '15 6:13:21 PM Anddrix
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* SelfDemonstrating/{{Loki}}'s first appearance shows him imprisoned inside a tree. He would become free only if his captivity causes someone to shed a tear. No one missed Loki strongly enough to want to cry, so he forces Heimdall to shed a tear by poking him in the eye with a leaf.

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* SelfDemonstrating/{{Loki}}'s Loki's first appearance shows him imprisoned inside a tree. He would become free only if his captivity causes someone to shed a tear. No one missed Loki strongly enough to want to cry, so he forces Heimdall to shed a tear by poking him in the eye with a leaf.
4th Dec '15 4:25:37 AM StFan
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* In ''HsuAndChan'', the Tanaka brothers fight off a demon invasion by sealing them in various trinkets and keepsakes.
8th Nov '15 6:39:31 AM Malitia
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** Let's just say Loki was sealed and/or [[CoolAndUnusualPunishment punished]] in one way or another so many times in the years that some incarnations (like the Comicbook/LokiAgentOfAsgard one) outright claimed to be the [[EscapeArtist bona fide expert on escaping from them]]. ''Why'' people still try to imprison Loki is a great mystery.
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