10:32:23 AM May 28th 2011
I'd like to know where the pic is from. And, if the work has a page on this wiki, it would be nice to pothole the pic.
12:46:11 AM Oct 24th 2011
Yeah, I've been wondering where that pic is from for the longest time.
07:58:19 PM Feb 4th 2012
Consider this a fourth. When was it added? And who added it? Maybe that'd get us somewhere.
06:40:19 AM Jun 16th 2012
edited by Kenjiken
edited by Kenjiken
It's an entirely original picture uploaded by Troper/Catalogue
07:35:41 AM Jun 16th 2012
^ Uhhh, what? No it isn't. Catalogue has made some images for the wiki, but this isn't one of them. It's the result of a GIS, as far as anyone can tell; the work is unknown.
09:18:46 PM Jun 23rd 2012
This should gives an answer: http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=1301355398055422900
12:23:29 AM Jun 24th 2012
I interpret that to mean that he found original concept art or something, especially since other images of his aren't manga/anime. I'll PM him about it.
01:47:33 AM Jul 10th 2012
Hello. This is a frequently asked question, and I've received some messages about it. I'm certain I found the image on a Booru site, but I've tried to track it again a number of times with no luck. If I remember it correctly, the term "original concept" means the image is not from any particular series. Whether it's a legitimate board term or a drivel of my own invention I cannot say. It's entirely plausible that it was from something and the uploader neglected to tag the page appropriately, but this image seems to be just a Pixiv artwork. I'll search for its source again later today.
03:21:40 PM Apr 7th 2014
I believe the artist is: http://mayumio.deviantart.com/art/Last-order-79359184
08:26:10 PM Jan 24th 2011
Moved this example off the main page. I don't see anything in it about a Mercy Kill. If someone who knows the scene and believes that it is an example would rewrite it, that would be great.
- During the Max series of Nick Fury we see that he is playing an uncle to the son of an ally in SHIELD who died: Wendal. The thing is he drives Fury absolutely nuts to the point where after Wendal is hospitalized trying weightlifting Fury points a gun to his head and has to stop himself from killing the boy. That doesn't stop him from fantasizing about throwing the wheelchair bound Wendal into a lion's den and watch him be torn apart.