History YMMV / KingdomCome

28th Dec '15 7:53:33 AM Anddrix
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** Boston Brand's (Comicbook/{{Deadman}}) four page cameo. He's even wittier in the {{novelization}}.
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** Boston Brand's (Comicbook/{{Deadman}}) (Deadman) four page cameo. He's even wittier in the {{novelization}}.
26th Dec '15 8:51:13 PM nombretomado
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* RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap: The entire [[TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver Age]] generation of heroes.
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* RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap: The entire [[TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver Age]] generation of heroes.
3rd Nov '15 8:30:16 PM Materioptikon
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** Seeing Ted Kord alive and well in this book stings pretty hard considering his treatment in the main continuity.
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** Seeing Ted Kord alive and well in this book stings pretty hard considering his treatment in the main continuity. [[spoiler:Until he's seen as one of the many fatalities of the bomb.]]
30th May '15 6:18:13 AM Anicomicgeek
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That is trivia.
* ActorAllusion: In a one-panel cameo, SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker looks just like Jack Nicholson in the Tim Burton Batman movie. This is a general rule for all Alex Ross publications that feature The Joker. Likewise, Alex Ross clearly looked up what Frank Gorshin looked like as an old man in order to draw The Riddler.
28th May '15 5:12:24 AM CantNotLookAtThisSite
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* UncannyValley: Captain Marvel looks...off. His features look unnatural in the comic's photorealistic painted style. [[spoiler:Helpful of course because he is, after all, working with the villains.]]
14th Apr '15 6:33:49 PM nombretomado
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** Magog ended up becoming this for the writers; they initially made him a cliched representation of everything they hated about NinetiesAntiHero and [[TheDarkAgeOfComicBooks the culture he represented]], but he gained unexpected depth through the writing of the series until he ended up being one of their favourite characters from it.
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** Magog ended up becoming this for the writers; they initially made him a cliched representation of everything they hated about NinetiesAntiHero and [[TheDarkAgeOfComicBooks [[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfComicBooks the culture he represented]], but he gained unexpected depth through the writing of the series until he ended up being one of their favourite characters from it.
9th Apr '15 6:56:29 PM KingClark
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* FetishFuelStationAttendant: Trix.

** Likewise, knowing Lian Harper is alive and a hero like her father considering the events of ComicBook/JusticeLeagueCryForJustice. It becomes even harsher in the novelisation, where the entire Arrow family are killed off by the nuke.
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** Likewise, knowing Lian Harper is alive and a hero like her father considering the events of ComicBook/JusticeLeagueCryForJustice.''ComicBook/JusticeLeagueCryForJustice''. It becomes even harsher in the novelisation, where the entire Arrow family are killed off by the nuke.
3rd Jan '15 7:03:02 PM AdamC
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* ActorAllusion: In a one-panel cameo, SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker looks just like Jack Nicholson in the Tim Burton Batman movie. This is a general rule for all Alex Ross publications that feature The Joker.
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* ActorAllusion: In a one-panel cameo, SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker looks just like Jack Nicholson in the Tim Burton Batman movie. This is a general rule for all Alex Ross publications that feature The Joker. Likewise, Alex Ross clearly looked up what Frank Gorshin looked like as an old man in order to draw The Riddler.
6th Dec '14 6:16:03 AM OmarKarindu
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*** Though it's also said later that Genosyde blew up Belle Reve penitentiary, Arkham Asylum, *and* Blackgate killing most of Batman's enemies; this seems to imply that Genosyde was simply a more extreme version of the killer vigilantes we see in the main series.
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*** Though it's also said later earlier that Genosyde blew up Belle Reve penitentiary, Arkham Asylum, *and* Blackgate killing most of Batman's enemies; this seems to imply that Genosyde was simply a more extreme version of the killer vigilantes we see in the main series.
6th Dec '14 6:08:06 AM OmarKarindu
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*** Though it's also said later that Genosyde blew up Belle Reve penitentiary, Arkham Asylum, *and* Blackgate killing most of Batman's enemies; this seems to imply that Genosyde was simply a more extreme version of the killer vigilantes we see in the main series.
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