Frank Castle is a bad influence. WebMD... "close ties to mothers"? Really? That's better than looking up to Captain America or Spiderman?.. I believe they're honestly trying to raise men to be women.
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Frank Castle is a bad influence

WebMD... "close ties to mothers"? Really? That's better than looking up to Captain America or Spiderman?

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#45 - Pompano (04/02/2013) [-]
Superheroes are bad role models?



Like I give a **** .
#43 - arigsxc (03/17/2013) [-]
Here's my role model
Here's my role model
#41 - sgtsnoopy (03/17/2013) [-]
woah woah woah lemmie get this straight... men and women willing to stand up and fight (and in many cases take a beating) for truth and justice is considered wrong, but honey boo boo, jersey shore, and whatever the hell mtv is up to with those dumbass pregnant teens is A-OK?
#42 to #41 - silverhellion (03/17/2013) [-]
DW bro, "researcher" usually means "bored housewives having a bitchfit.".
#40 - thedumbledore (03/17/2013) [-]
Unfortunately, people will believe pretty much anything when it includes 'Scientists believe' or 'Research/Researchers have found'.     
   
Seriously, if occasional violent actions of a fictional being are affecting your children in a major way you are NOT doing a good job as a parent. Do not blame the comics. Superhero's are not designed to be primary role models, they are created for entertainment.     
   
If these idiots who claim this had their way, children would end up brain dead and terrified of everything. Soft, cuddly uninteresting cartoons, being told that every second thing could kill or harm them, controlled in every aspect.    
   
They don't want kids to be kids.
Unfortunately, people will believe pretty much anything when it includes 'Scientists believe' or 'Research/Researchers have found'.

Seriously, if occasional violent actions of a fictional being are affecting your children in a major way you are NOT doing a good job as a parent. Do not blame the comics. Superhero's are not designed to be primary role models, they are created for entertainment.

If these idiots who claim this had their way, children would end up brain dead and terrified of everything. Soft, cuddly uninteresting cartoons, being told that every second thing could kill or harm them, controlled in every aspect.

They don't want kids to be kids.

User avatar #38 - minatsuki (03/17/2013) [-]
This is of course by a woman...
#37 - EdwardNigma ONLINE (03/17/2013) [-]
This implies my love of Batman is bad.

Batman has taught me many things. To protect the innocent, to never let injustice slide, even in the face of death. That even if I don't have to, even if I should really just not get involved, if I see someone suffering an injustice, I must help them. That rich or poor, anyone can be a hero. Being a hero isn't about the costume, the glory, the fighting, it's about protecting those who can't protect themselves. And these people will tell me that, because Batman beats the ever living **** out of people who want to commit mass ****** or something, he is bad.

And thats ******* ******** .
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#34 to #32 - ichbinlecher (03/17/2013) [-]
That's the joke.
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#30 - johnconnorone (03/17/2013) [-]
Revenge is not a valid motive, it's an emotional response. No, not vengeance. Punishment.
Revenge is not a valid motive, it's an emotional response. No, not vengeance. Punishment.
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User avatar #28 - ninjastarthrow (03/17/2013) [-]
My Mom wouldn't let me watch DBZ for the longest time but she let me read all her Batman. All these "negative influences" and "Violent games" are literally nothing. Like at my school Dodgeball was banned because a kid was hit in the face and he told his mommy and she sued the school. Some books were banned because they had some violence and some parents thought it would corrupt their kids. I feel sorry for this next generation of kids.
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User avatar #25 - bakinboy (03/17/2013) [-]
goku tells me to use my kameameha to kill these researchers
User avatar #24 - calawesome (03/17/2013) [-]
I dont consider Punisher a superhero, I consider him a vigilante...Just because he's incomics, doesn't make him a superhero.
#23 - ShroudeD (03/17/2013) [-]
But what about the kids that find solace in superheroes when they have ****** parents? What am I talking about. That never happens...
User avatar #21 - maskedhippo (03/17/2013) [-]
I would say that, if anything, superheroes have been a positive influence on me. Reading comic books as a young tyke gave me a moral compass. The JLA taught me how to treat my fellow man, the x-men taught me it was ok to be different, and the Avengers taught me to never give up. The punisher is an extreme outlier in the superhero genre, the hyper violent characters like him and deadpool are few and far between. Heck, one time in gym class I fell down, and used a move I saw in Captain AMerica to recover flawlessly and get back on my feet.
User avatar #20 - jalthelas (03/17/2013) [-]
**jalthelas rolled a random comment #26 posted by daimondemon at Handstand ** :
What the heck was that? I mean seriously, shoulder roll or handstand, she was going head first for either.
Handstand: Elbows straight, hands hit the ground first and then you kick your legs up.
Shoulder Roll: Start a forward roll (Summersault) then instead of going over your head/neck, you turn to your shoulder.
Was she even trying?


The random comment roller can **** out something more interesting than that
User avatar #22 to #20 - daimondemon (03/17/2013) [-]
Glad to know I am interesting then, or at least my comment is.
User avatar #19 - maskedhippo (03/17/2013) [-]
That article looks really ******* stupid.
#18 - tkfourtwoone (03/17/2013) [-]
Never read The Punisher comics, never played any games, never seen the movie. All I know from The Punisher is from Spider-Man TAS.
But somehow I have the gut feeling this mofo here is even more ******** as an anti-hero
#17 - infinitereaper (03/17/2013) [-]
I still can't get over the fact they censor curse words out of television and radio.   
   
I mean I'd prefer not much of anything to be censored or not allowed but American society operates like the younger ones should be chaste 3 year old Vatican student celibate 						*******					 saint monks of the holy gilderland.    
   
It's a 						*******					 joke.
I still can't get over the fact they censor curse words out of television and radio.

I mean I'd prefer not much of anything to be censored or not allowed but American society operates like the younger ones should be chaste 3 year old Vatican student celibate ******* saint monks of the holy gilderland.

It's a ******* joke.
#39 to #17 - bronywhat (03/17/2013) [-]
I'd like to think that it's in response to junior high-ish age kids today being complete ***** .
#16 - crazyish (03/17/2013) [-]
Really, are we going to have to go through a "Seduction of the Innocence" type of dark age again....it's down right ridiculous that comics and even video games constantly come under fire, for being bad influences. I know for a fact that comics taught me how to read, and taught me that the right choice may not be easy but it's worth the sacrifice. There's kids out there who don't have a mother or close friends and if Superman or Spiderman helps them get through their day, how the **** do you have to tell them that comics are making them into worse individuals? I'm an adult now and I always had friends and a supportive family, but those books got me through some of the darkest times in my life. **** anyone and everyone who disagrees.
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