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Wanting a more progressive society =/= wanting to eliminate world leaders
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Indeed, Zaheer just has seemed to miss that point.

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And Zaheer’s sentiments are absolutely

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Hmmm. Interesting LoK ep.

Though the whole tension is kind of defeated by

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Motherfucking Paisho-wdown.

On a scale on 1 to Digital Hazard. How effed will we all be when Digimon Adventure 3 references or has Leomon or Wizardmon?

fivecentsless:

IF YOU AINT TALKIN DIGIMON TODAY I DONT WANT TO HEAR IT HYPE SON HYPE

DID YOU SEE DID YOU HEAR DID YOU KNOW IT WAS COMING. OUR DIGIDESTINY STARTS TODAY LET ME HEAR YOU SAAAY DIGIMON

theonion:

Report: Average Person Spends 27% Of Lifetime In The Way

Hehe. Pretty much true even though it’s a joke.

theonion:

Report: Average Person Spends 27% Of Lifetime In The Way

Hehe. Pretty much true even though it’s a joke.

Really wondering what digital sales are for Ms. Marvel. I’ve yet to see any concrete number about the books digital sales, which may be larger than its print sales, or at least larger than most digital sales would.

fyeahforgottencomiccharacters:

Bygone Biographies of Forgotten Friends

Superman (Kal-El) and Supergirl (Kara-El) of Earth D

The Superman and Supergirl are mainly different in that they are Black and are husband and wife rather than cousins.

The two are still strong willed, kind, and dedicated to serving Earth’s people with their powers in any way they can. They die saving Earth D’s people from the Anti-Monitor’s annihilation.

(It is of note that Kara-El is the only Black Supergirl, while this Kal is the first of three AU Black Supermen, the next two being Calvin Ellis (Earth-22) and Val-Zod (nuEarth-2)

Let’s not forget Harvey Dent of E-9/Tangent Universe as well. I liked that they weren’t the first superheroes of their world either. They came as adults from Krypton and were new to the scene relatively.

fyeahforgottencomiccharacters:

Bygone Biographies of Forgotten Characters

Tanaka Rei aka The Flash (of Earth D)

Tanaka Rei is a Japanese-American man who obtained super speed powers and decided to emulate his favorite super hero, Barry Allen, by becoming the Flash. (Barry is a comic book character in this universe.)

He lives in Central City with his wife Hoshi and his (unnamed) son and daughter, and his brother Hank is mentioned as living nearby. He conceals his Flash costume in a pen rather than a ring.

Tanaka is part of the Justice League Alliance, which has a headquarters at the bottom of the sea.

Unfortunately, he and his entire universe was destroyed by the Anti-Monitor in Crisis on Infinite Earths.

His only appearance is Legends of the DC Universe: Crisis on Infinite Earths.

Technically Rei Tanaka’s team was called the Justice Alliance of America or JAA but otherwise spot on.

I would love to see this Earth back.