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#32 - Stuff like this is why I could never get into comics, especial…  [+] (9 replies) 10/21/2016 on Comic Comp #38 +59
#113 - anon (10/22/2016) [-]
It wasn't the fact that a guy can destroy a comet twice the size of earth with a single punch?

People always complain about the flash, while he's arguably one of the least overpowered characters in this comp.
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#82 - lazysans (10/22/2016) [-]
its entirely theoretical, so it could very well be true
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#40 - syntherus (10/21/2016) [-]
Modern Age has proven to be the dominant timeline. It stood for 24 years until they started the New 52 in 2011. Then this past summer they did DC Rebirth and reverted back to the Modern Age timeline. It totally worked out for me because I'm collecting Modern Age Batman. Everything that happened in New 52 still technically happens because Grant Morrison was writing a huge arc during the New 52 reboot. Batman just sort of kept continuing while everything else started over.
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#38 - trollmobile (10/21/2016) [-]
the speedsters have the biggest case of being however powerful they need to be for the story, which is one of the reasons why comics involving them are among my least favorite.
one issue barry allen can move at 50 times the speed of light
the next issue he's slow enough that batman can see him, and land a punch on him.

it kind of loses its edge when you're just sitting there thinking "flash from 2 issues ago could've fixed this entire crisis in less than a second"

in that regard i much prefer the grittier DC comics, mainly about batman or other characters with no powers or very weak powers, and marvel comics.
marvel's flash is hulk though, but at least they put in a plot reason as to why his strength varies. they just don't always follow it very well.
#81 - midkupficker (10/22/2016) [-]
'the speedsters have the biggest case of being however powerful they need to be for the story'

So they're essentially Batman's utility belt.
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#46 - stifflimb (10/22/2016) [-]
I dont understand why simply they top writers come together, and write charcter sheets for every hero and villain which would include the limitations and tell them to not overstep these, partly why Spider-Man is a favorite, he pretty much has his powers whom dont get taken to stupid levels all the time.
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#48 - stifflimb (10/22/2016) [-]
why the dont*
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#49 - stifflimb (10/22/2016) [-]
that's it, I'm going to bed
#69 - anon (10/22/2016) [-]
#11 - >gods fw 10/21/2016 on spelling +9
#5 - Now you have  [+] (4 replies) 10/17/2016 on Somebody once flavor towned... +124
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#18 - HARTATTACK (10/17/2016) [-]
But which one is the clown?
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#14 - skeletorexplains (10/17/2016) [-]
Its a fucking hologram. Wake up sheeple
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#12 - hexagony (10/17/2016) [-]
If they kissed they would complete each other's beards
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#6 - strongerection (10/17/2016) [-]
It's a stunt double.
#5 - Stop. 09/26/2016 on Puppy of Cuteness +2
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