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Any of you guys own animation cels?
Aye, here are some Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog ones I have. Excuse the flash.
The first issue came out a few weeks ago and I really enjoyed it. I hope you guys do, too.
Dumping the whole shebang.
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The prestigious /co/llege has finally opened its doors and it is looking for people to staff it to teach normal and abnormal classes.
Post characters and their position at /co/llege.
>A species of godlike beings with super-science at their disposal
>died out because they lack rockets
Is there a more retarded origin story than Superman?
Don't have powers on their homeworld. They used to colonize shit but are too xenophobic and insular (like China) to continue expanding. See planet Daxam. They go full ferngully on their planet and it blows up. Only a few survivors most of which escape from an interdimensional prison.
>First and greatest superhero you pleb.
I heard u liek Loki
Guys Is this really coming out this Christmas
Tom Delonge said it was!!!
please tell me if it is because tom said it will be R rated
What's the best Travis and Bobhead episode?
the one where newtype scum gets put in their place.
Why would an objectivist have any reason to become a traditional superhero?
I can see one being a vigilante if the crime they're fighting affects themselves but why would one want to help the general populace if they're not getting anything in return? Being altruistic and helping everyone is opposite their ideals.
An objectivist superhero doesn't make much sense. I mean, if The Question busted a banknote counterfeiting racket because "you assholes will decrease MY purchasing power!", I guess that would kinda make sense. But, in most cases, the superhero is an inherently pro-social idea, which is diametrically opposed to Randian Objectivism, which abhors altruism and collectivism. "With great power comes great responsibility" is essentially the antithesis of Objectivism.
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They would have to have a God complex, or otherwise view themselves as some kind of Nietzchean Overman who is above and beyond the common masses and will lead them into the future. They would be a superhero not for others, but simply because it is there nature to be a superhero
Does anyone buy DC's absolute editions here? Can't decide whether to pick up Sandman, Transmetropolitan or Y: The monkey man
What are some comics/webcomics (that aren't totally shit) that have LGBT characters?