History Webcomic / SuperStupor

9th Jan '16 9:50:11 AM res20stupid
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* PowerPerversionPotential: Inverted and deconstructed - Magic Eye can force anyone to tell him the truth... but it only works while his penis is inside the target/victim. He's deeply disturbed since to use that power on an uncooperative target would require him to ''rape'' them, but also due to the number of people who ''would'' willingly submit to it. Also, his marriage broke up because he discovered this power accidentally.
21st Oct '15 12:12:00 PM Speedball
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In addition to the mostly stand-alone strips, Milholland has also produced four print-only story comics detailing the lives and adventures of the characters further.
23rd Sep '14 1:37:36 PM ironballs16
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* EvilPaysBetter: [[http://www.superstupor.com/sust04222008.shtml Evil has better insurance]].
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* EvilLawyerJoke: Why do villains have better coverage by Insurers? Because "like protects like". * EvilPaysBetter: [[http://www.superstupor.com/sust04222008.shtml Evil has better insurance]].
29th Jul '14 4:31:16 PM SteveMB
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* YearsTooEarly: Lady Diamondback is dismissive when the Snow Owl invades her lair: -->"I'm a little out of your league, kid. Find a nice {{starter villain}}. Y'know, drug dealers, [[DirtyCop crooked cops]].
13th Apr '14 4:26:37 AM morenohijazo
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* ShoutOut: to {{xkcd}}... [[http://www.superstupor.com/sust12222008.shtml XXXKCD]].
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* SewerGator: The comic has Shockodile, a four-ton electricity-generating crocodile that lives in the sewers (but resents the implication that he eats children to live. [[http://www.superstupor.com/sust12282008.shtml He does, just not to live]]). Oh, [[CrapsackWorld and he's a hero.]] * ShoutOut: to To {{xkcd}}... [[http://www.superstupor.com/sust12222008.shtml XXXKCD]].
29th Mar '14 8:43:43 AM Chabal2
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* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: Punchline, in [[http://www.superstupor.com/sust12282010.shtml the same comic]], explains to [[ArchEnemy The Anarch]] that [[NiceJobBreakingItHero forcing a Superhero to kill his girlfriend]] isn't necessarily the smartest thing to do.
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* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: Punchline, in [[http://www.superstupor.com/sust12282010.shtml the same comic]], explains to [[ArchEnemy The Anarch]] that [[NiceJobBreakingItHero forcing a Superhero superhero to kill his girlfriend]] isn't necessarily the smartest thing to do.

* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: Punchline, in [[http://www.superstupor.com/sust12282010.shtml ** For extra villain stupidity, the same comic]], explains Cosmic Crusader appears to [[ArchEnemy The Anarch]] that [[NiceJobBreakingItHero forcing a Superhero be Batman... with Superman's powers. Way to kill his girlfriend]] isn't necessarily the smartest thing to do. go, Anarch.

* FoeYay: See AliensMadeThemDoIt.
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* FoeYay: InUniverse. See AliensMadeThemDoIt.

* KnightInSourArmor: Punchline. Despite his inappropriate sense of humor and snarky attitude, he is much more serious about his duties to society as a superhero than most "respectible" heroes. Perhaps best showcased when it is revealed he single-handedly watched the city during [[http://www.superstupor.com/sust11282009.shtml Thanksgiving Break]].
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* KnightInSourArmor: Punchline. Despite his inappropriate sense of humor and snarky attitude, he is much more serious about his duties to society as a superhero than most "respectible" heroes. Perhaps best showcased when it is revealed he single-handedly watched the city during [[http://www.superstupor.com/sust11282009.shtml Thanksgiving Break]].Break]] (while the superheroes who only have powers on that day are going through a breakup).

* LoonyFan: [[http://www.superstupor.com/sust12232007.shtml The hencmman.]]
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* LoonyFan: [[http://www.superstupor.com/sust12232007.shtml The hencmman.henchmman.]]

** Furthermore, the rest of that particular strip seems to be a thinly veiled snipe at Joe Quesada's rationale for breaking up Spider-Man's marriage.
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** Furthermore, the rest of that particular strip seems to be is a thinly veiled snipe at Joe Quesada's rationale for breaking up Spider-Man's marriage.
26th Dec '13 3:02:22 AM Matchstick
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* ShoutOut: [[http://www.superstupor.com/sust12222008.shtml XXX]][[Webcomic/{{xkcd}} KCD]].
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* ShoutOut: to {{xkcd}}... [[http://www.superstupor.com/sust12222008.shtml XXX]][[Webcomic/{{xkcd}} KCD]].XXXKCD]].
26th Dec '13 2:57:57 AM Matchstick
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'''''[[http://www.superstupor.com/ Super Stupor]]''''' is a 2008 {{Webcomic|s}} written and drawn by Randy Milholland of ''Webcomic/SomethingPositive'' fame. It's about super heroes and villains. They don't stop or cause crime, at least during their screen time. This is a SoapOpera, not an adventure. The story is widely spread because there are LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters. At some point in the past there was a Cosmic Cataclysm, which merged two realities and started a few of the storylines. Some of their stories are serious, some not. It's dark enough to be interesting and funny enough to avoid {{Narm}}. It's pretty damn good.
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'''''[[http://www.''[[http://www.superstupor.com/ Super Stupor]]''''' Stupor]]'' is a 2008 {{Webcomic|s}} written and drawn by Randy Milholland of ''Webcomic/SomethingPositive'' fame. It's about super heroes and villains. They don't stop or cause crime, at least during their screen time. This is a SoapOpera, not an adventure. The story is widely spread because there are LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters. At some point in the past there was a Cosmic Cataclysm, which merged two realities and started a few of the storylines. Some of their stories are serious, some not. It's dark enough to be interesting and funny enough to avoid {{Narm}}. It's In other words, it's pretty damn good. good.

!!''Super Stupor'' provides examples of the following tropes:
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!!''Super Stupor'' provides examples of the following tropes:
30th Nov '13 7:18:38 AM ironballs16
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** An underpayed [[{{Mook}} henchman]] "forgets" to tell the BigBad that the KidHero Sola Flare is also capable of channeling the full power of the sun at will.
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** An underpayed underpaid [[{{Mook}} henchman]] "forgets" to tell the BigBad that the KidHero Sola Flare [[http://www.superstupor.com/sust04092008.shtml is also capable of channeling the full power of the sun at will.will]].
30th Nov '13 7:16:44 AM ironballs16
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* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: Punchline, in [[http://www.superstupor.com/sust12282010.shtml the same comic]], explains to [[ArchEnemy The Anarch]] that [[NiceJobBreakingItHero forcing a Superhero to kill his girlfriend]] isn't necessarily the smartest thing to do. '''Especially''' while in the same room as the disillusioned hero.
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* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: Punchline, in [[http://www.superstupor.com/sust12282010.shtml the same comic]], explains to [[ArchEnemy The Anarch]] that [[NiceJobBreakingItHero forcing a Superhero to kill his girlfriend]] isn't necessarily the smartest thing to do. '''Especially''' while -->'''Punchline''': You're going to try to convince one of the strongest heroes in the same room as the disillusioned hero.galaxy that it's okay to take life... [[LetMeGetThisStraight by killing his girlfriend]]... while you're standling like ten feet away from him.
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