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20th Aug '16 1:31:33 PM fq
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* ComicBook/{{Morbius}} is dead and buried. In life, he [[FaustianBargain sold his soul]] to [[GodOfEvil Chthon]] by using the [[TomeOfEldritchLore Darkhold]] to bring his fiancée back from the dead, and now the [[DepravedDwarf Darkhold Dwarf]] has come to collect. He starts to move Morbius' body while prattling on, admitting he's talking too much for the hurry they're in as Chthon wants him warm. Suddenly Morbius' [[UndeathAlwaysEnds eyes snap open]] and he punches the Dwarf in the face: "Tell Chthon he can wait!"
1st Jul '16 2:47:23 PM Ilya_Rysenkov
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* Superman's ''only line'' in ''ComicBook/LexLuthorManOfSteel''. After the more benevolent {{Perspective Flip}}ped VillainProtagonist we've seen of Luthor throughout the series, it hammers home the fact that Lex's justifications for committing atrocities in the name of "exposing" Superman as a threat are really twisted, and that he really is the bad guy. It also hammers home the fact, that despite however benevolent Lex has presented himself, he is ultimately nothing more than a self-deluding insane hypocritical villain. Which is confirmed by Lex's VillainousBreakdown, showing that at some level, ''he knows this.''

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* Superman's ''only line'' in ''ComicBook/LexLuthorManOfSteel''. After the more benevolent {{Perspective Flip}}ped VillainProtagonist we've seen of Luthor throughout the series, it hammers home the fact that Lex's justifications for committing atrocities in the name of "exposing" Superman as a threat are really twisted, and that he really is the bad guy. It also hammers home makes clear the fact, that despite however benevolent Lex has presented himself, he is ultimately nothing more than a self-deluding insane hypocritical villain. Which is confirmed by Lex's VillainousBreakdown, showing that at some level, ''he knows this.''
1st Jul '16 2:45:15 PM Ilya_Rysenkov
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* Superman's ''only line'' in ''ComicBook/LexLuthorManOfSteel''. After the more benevolent {{Perspective Flip}}ped VillainProtagonist we've seen of Luthor throughout the series, it hammers home the fact that Lex's justifications for committing atrocities in the name of "exposing" Superman as a threat are really twisted, and that he really is the bad guy. It hammers home the fact, that despite however benevolent Lex has presented himself, he is ultimately nothing more than a self-deluding insane hypocritical villain. Which is confirmed by Lex's VillainousBreakdown, showing that at some level, ''he knows this.''

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* Superman's ''only line'' in ''ComicBook/LexLuthorManOfSteel''. After the more benevolent {{Perspective Flip}}ped VillainProtagonist we've seen of Luthor throughout the series, it hammers home the fact that Lex's justifications for committing atrocities in the name of "exposing" Superman as a threat are really twisted, and that he really is the bad guy. It also hammers home the fact, that despite however benevolent Lex has presented himself, he is ultimately nothing more than a self-deluding insane hypocritical villain. Which is confirmed by Lex's VillainousBreakdown, showing that at some level, ''he knows this.''
1st Jul '16 2:40:15 PM Ilya_Rysenkov
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* Superman's ''only line'' in ''ComicBook/LexLuthorManOfSteel''. After the more benevolent {{Perspective Flip}}ped VillainProtagonist we've seen of Luthor throughout the series, it hammers home the fact that Lex's justifications for committing atrocities in the name of "exposing" Superman as a threat are really twisted, and that he really is the bad guy.

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* Superman's ''only line'' in ''ComicBook/LexLuthorManOfSteel''. After the more benevolent {{Perspective Flip}}ped VillainProtagonist we've seen of Luthor throughout the series, it hammers home the fact that Lex's justifications for committing atrocities in the name of "exposing" Superman as a threat are really twisted, and that he really is the bad guy. It hammers home the fact, that despite however benevolent Lex has presented himself, he is ultimately nothing more than a self-deluding insane hypocritical villain. Which is confirmed by Lex's VillainousBreakdown, showing that at some level, ''he knows this.''
16th Apr '16 3:28:39 PM SSJMagus
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* Hero-to-hero example - in 200th issue of ''ComicBook/XFactor'' Guido gets into a fight with [[ComicBook/FantasticFour The Thing]], who tries to provoke him by mocking his superhero carrier. Guido just tells Ben that he played in a better football team that his. It worked a little too well, because an enraged Ben proceeds to beat the tar out of him.

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* Hero-to-hero example - in 200th issue of ''ComicBook/XFactor'' Guido gets into a fight with [[ComicBook/FantasticFour The Thing]], who tries to provoke him by mocking his superhero carrier.career. Guido just tells Ben that he played in a better football team that his. It worked a little too well, because an enraged Ben proceeds to beat the tar out of him.
1st Apr '16 2:26:40 PM ObsidianFire
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** ''ComicBook/BlackestNight'' is practically ''made'' of these. The zombie villains are all twisted evil versions of deceased friends and family of the heroes, saying whatever they can to manipulate the emotions of their prey before feeding on their hearts. Not that delivering a Shut Up, Hannibal does much good. In a particularly brilliant moment of GenreSavvy, the Black Lanterns can feed off HeroicWillpower just as easily as fear or anger.

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** ''ComicBook/BlackestNight'' is practically ''made'' of these. The zombie villains are all twisted evil versions of deceased friends and family of the heroes, saying whatever they can to manipulate the emotions of their prey before feeding on their hearts. Not that delivering a Shut Up, Hannibal does much good. In a particularly brilliant moment of GenreSavvy, smartness, the Black Lanterns can feed off HeroicWillpower just as easily as fear or anger.
24th Jan '16 6:27:03 PM nombretomado
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** And of course, when in trouble, Superman can always respond with "[[SupermanAtEarthsEnd I am a man!]]" ([[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall PUNCH]])

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** And of course, when in trouble, Superman can always respond with "[[SupermanAtEarthsEnd "[[ComicBook/SupermanAtEarthsEnd I am a man!]]" ([[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall PUNCH]])
29th Dec '15 8:09:15 AM Anddrix
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* In a ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'' comic, [[SelfDemonstrating/DoctorDoom Dr. Doom]] gives Reed a NotSoDifferent speech concerning his actions during ''ComicBook/CivilWar,'' which causes the Thing to give him a savage beating.

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* In a ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'' comic, [[SelfDemonstrating/DoctorDoom Dr. Doom]] Doctor Doom gives Reed a NotSoDifferent speech concerning his actions during ''ComicBook/CivilWar,'' which causes the Thing to give him a savage beating.
28th Dec '15 5:22:03 AM Anddrix
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* This happened a ''lot'' during the ComicBook/GreenLantern Arc ''ComicBook/SinestroCorpsWar''. Primarily between Hal Jordan and his EvilCounterpart SelfDemonstrating/{{Sinestro}}.
** Most recently during the "Rage of the Red Lanterns" Arc. After killing Green Lantern [[spoiler:Laira, previously converted to the eponymous Red Lantern Corps]], SelfDemonstrating/{{Sinestro}} barely finishes taunting GL Hal Jordan - 'Look at that Jordan, another broken promise.' - when the hero grabs Sinestro by the collar, flies them both to the top of the Red Lantern Power Battery, and using the ring straps him into an 'electric chair.' This act unsuprisingly [[spoiler:leads to his initiation into the Red Lanterns.]] Less than 3 pages afterwards, [[spoiler:he pulls the switch]].

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* This happened a ''lot'' during the ComicBook/GreenLantern Arc ''ComicBook/SinestroCorpsWar''. Primarily between Hal Jordan and his EvilCounterpart SelfDemonstrating/{{Sinestro}}.
Sinestro.
** Most recently during the "Rage of the Red Lanterns" Arc. After killing Green Lantern [[spoiler:Laira, previously converted to the eponymous Red Lantern Corps]], SelfDemonstrating/{{Sinestro}} Sinestro barely finishes taunting GL Hal Jordan - 'Look at that Jordan, another broken promise.' - when the hero grabs Sinestro by the collar, flies them both to the top of the Red Lantern Power Battery, and using the ring straps him into an 'electric chair.' This act unsuprisingly [[spoiler:leads to his initiation into the Red Lanterns.]] Less than 3 pages afterwards, [[spoiler:he pulls the switch]].
26th Dec '15 1:09:17 AM jormis29
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* This happened a ''lot'' during the GreenLantern Arc "SinestroCorpsWar". Primarily between Hal Jordan and his EvilCounterpart [[BigBad Sinestro]].
** Most recently during the "Rage of the Red Lanterns" Arc. After killing Green Lantern [[spoiler:Laira, previously converted to the eponymous Red Lantern Corps]], [[BigBad Sinestro]] barely finishes taunting GL Hal Jordan - 'Look at that Jordan, another broken promise.' - when the hero grabs Sinestro by the collar, flies them both to the top of the Red Lantern Power Battery, and using the ring straps him into an 'electric chair.' This act unsuprisingly [[spoiler:leads to his initiation into the Red Lanterns.]] Less than 3 pages afterwards, [[spoiler:he pulls the switch]].

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* This happened a ''lot'' during the GreenLantern ComicBook/GreenLantern Arc "SinestroCorpsWar". ''ComicBook/SinestroCorpsWar''. Primarily between Hal Jordan and his EvilCounterpart [[BigBad Sinestro]].
SelfDemonstrating/{{Sinestro}}.
** Most recently during the "Rage of the Red Lanterns" Arc. After killing Green Lantern [[spoiler:Laira, previously converted to the eponymous Red Lantern Corps]], [[BigBad Sinestro]] SelfDemonstrating/{{Sinestro}} barely finishes taunting GL Hal Jordan - 'Look at that Jordan, another broken promise.' - when the hero grabs Sinestro by the collar, flies them both to the top of the Red Lantern Power Battery, and using the ring straps him into an 'electric chair.' This act unsuprisingly [[spoiler:leads to his initiation into the Red Lanterns.]] Less than 3 pages afterwards, [[spoiler:he pulls the switch]].
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