History YMMV / Planetary

11th Apr '17 12:53:36 PM SorPepita
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* MagnificentBastard: Elijah Snow

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* MagnificentBastard: Elijah SnowSnow.
12th Mar '17 2:05:38 PM ACW
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*CompleteMonster: Randall Dowling is a twisted MadScientist and leader of The Four, an evil analogue of ComicBook/TheFantasticFour. Having made contact with another world, Dowling plans to assist it in conquering earth in exchange for power. Keeping Earth's technology at its current level by withholding or suppressing discoveries that could eradicate disease and save countless lives, in order to prevent humanity's advancement, Dowling [[WouldHurtAChild locates children]] with budding technological skill able to advance humanity. He has their families killed in "[[MakeItLookLikeAnAccident accidents]]", before [[MindRape tormenting]] and brainwashing the kids into using their talents to stifle humanity's growth, with bombs planted in them in case anyone tries to rescue them. Using the Red Scare as a threat, Dowling also creates "City Zero", where suspected "spies" are rounded up and [[TestedOnHumans subjected to inhuman experiments]], [[AndIMustScream kept alive in horrible agony]] for Dowling's purposes. To store his experiments and weapons, Dowling also wiped out all life on a planet, just to insure it was freed for storage. Treating his fellow members of the Four as disposable as well, Dowling's only care is [[ItsAllAboutMe for his own ego, advancement and power]], no matter how many worlds he sacrifices.
25th Oct '15 12:10:16 PM moloch
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* InferredHolocaust: If one considers the series to be in continuity with the post-Ellis Authority. It also goes against the surprisingly definite HappyEnding in Planetary, so it's safe to say nobody really believes it.

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* InferredHolocaust: If one considers the series to be in continuity with the post-Ellis Authority. It also goes against the surprisingly definite HappyEnding in Planetary, ''Planetary'', so it's safe to say nobody really believes it.[[FanonDiscontinuity worries about it]].
13th Feb '15 12:28:40 PM moloch
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* InferredHolocaust: If one considers the series to be in continuity with the post-Ellis Authority. It also goes against the surprisingly definite HappyEnding in Planetary.

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* InferredHolocaust: If one considers the series to be in continuity with the post-Ellis Authority. It also goes against the surprisingly definite HappyEnding in Planetary.Planetary, so it's safe to say nobody really believes it.
8th Sep '14 10:46:27 AM moloch
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* InferredHolocaust: If one considers the series to be in continuity with the post-Ellis Authority. It also goes against the surprisingly definite HappyEnding in Planetary.
8th Mar '13 9:47:06 PM justanid
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![[ComicBook/{{Planetary}} Comic Book: Planetary]]
8th Mar '13 9:46:54 PM justanid
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!!{{Planetary}}

* MagnificentBastard - Elijah Snow

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!!{{Planetary}}

![[ComicBook/{{Planetary}} Comic Book: Planetary]]

* MagnificentBastard - MagnificentBastard: Elijah SnowSnow
* NightmareFuel: City Zero, a secret [[WhatTheHellHero American]] concentration camp that did [[TestedOnHumans human experimentation]] on [[UnPerson select]] political dissidents.
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7th Mar '12 1:39:05 PM Gweskoyen
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* FridgeBrilliance - Near the end of the series Elijah discovers that their universe is actually two dimensional at its foundation, and their perceived third dimension is a sort of unreal hologram or projection. Which is precisely true: at its base ''Planetary'' is two dimensional images printed on paper, and their perceived existence only takes place when the reader projects them into his or her mind.
26th Apr '11 4:24:09 AM PaulA
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* MagnificentBastard - Elijah Snow
26th Apr '11 4:21:37 AM PaulA
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* WallBanger - the final fight with the Four, which redefined the golden mean of 'anticlimactic'.
** YourMileageMayVary ''wildly'' here. It ''was'' anticlimactic, but this troper thought it was a brilliant way to demonstrate the apotheosis of Planetary's ethos.
** It may have seemed anticlimatic for those who were expecting a big superhero battle, but Planetary was never about that sort of thing.
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