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#114 - markowuzhere
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(01/06/2013) [-]
Well, this explains the last one
Well, this explains the last one
#112 - acidtroll
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#129 to #112 - lamaswithhats
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#110 - PedoBeiber
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(01/05/2013) [-]
I thought they were all going to be Superman facts.
#104 - MudkipTomislav
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(01/05/2013) [-]
I am sorry but the facts weren't that very interesting. The ones that were are already known by almost anyone. And the pictures were totally useless. I mean talking about the Ratte and just plonking down a random tank?

I'm sorry if I'm direct but I think it required some constructive criticism.
#107 to #104 - MudkipTomislav
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(01/05/2013) [-]
Also those specifications are for the en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Landkreuzer_P._1500_Monster artillery.
The Ratte (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Landkreuzer_P._1000_Ratte) was 1000 tons and didn't need that many crew members.
#103 - lookatmyhouseofwax ONLINE
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#102 - muffinzexe
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(01/05/2013) [-]
Here's the super tank. It's the Landkeruze Ratte.
It never cam close to production, because of the weakness to bombs dropped by planes.
#100 - URLOCKER
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(01/05/2013) [-]
>One out of the five colors of kryptonite is pink
>Superman is afraid of kryptonite, including pink, since it's his weakness
>Superman is gay
#99 - thebrownmousepad
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(01/05/2013) [-]
prison in Brazil doesn't sound so bad
#96 - willindor
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(01/05/2013) [-]
I thought that the Landkreuzer P. 1500 Monster was a peace of self propelled artillery and not a tank.
#106 to #96 - Jewssassin ONLINE
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(01/05/2013) [-]
Well wasnt the Panzer just an 88m Flak gun on treads anyway?
#101 to #96 - bladebites
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(01/05/2013) [-]
That's what I've heard, too.
#87 - PubLandlord
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(01/05/2013) [-]
Walt Disney had a pet mouse called Mortimer which was where the inspiration for Mickey mouse came from , Mickey was originally going to be called Mortimer
#93 to #87 - SaucyBoy
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(01/05/2013) [-]
This is Mortimer
#95 to #93 - mortimer
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(01/05/2013) [-]
^ NO! This is mortimer
#108 to #95 - meestergreefin
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#90 to #87 - alltimetens
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(01/05/2013) [-]
Actually, Walt Disney and his wife were on a train. He actually wanted to make Mickey Mouse a Rabbit, but some other company stole his idea. He then came up with the idea of a mouse, and decided to name it Mortimer. On the train, he told his wife about what he planned to name the mouse, and she said that it's a ridiculous name, and that he should use Mickey instead.
#89 to #87 - mortimer
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(01/05/2013) [-]
That's sweet.
#85 - anon
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(01/05/2013) [-]
Wouldn't it be great if future archaeologists dug up our comic books and thought they were our god mythos?
#82 - oriolopocholo
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(01/05/2013) [-]
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Landkreuzer_P._1500_Monster
"7,100 kilogram armor-piercing (AP) shell out to a range of 37,210 meters." (from the page of the cannon)
You can shoot a school bus from Newark to the JFK airport with this thing.
#98 to #82 - desacabose ONLINE
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(01/05/2013) [-]
What the ******* batman jesus hill magic blowjob monkey
That's horrifying
#86 to #82 - simplelife
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(01/05/2013) [-]
Jesus Christ.
#79 - pedogod
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(01/05/2013) [-]
The Nazis must have had some link with the CIA Peace Sentinels..
#105 to #79 - gladiuss
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(01/05/2013) [-]
Looks like a Bolo Mk XXII (Thunderous) combat unit.

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#77 - strawberryyogurt
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(01/05/2013) [-]
<---kryptonite   
   
not even once
<---kryptonite

not even once
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#73 - maxismahname
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(01/05/2013) [-]
i thought that this was a mock fact comp because of the first one. so it's actually ******* true. holy ****.
#83 to #73 - theoriginalbastard [OP]
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(01/05/2013) [-]
Yepp haha
#69 - bkrazy
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#109 to #69 - equinoxe
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(01/05/2013) [-]
nice watermark
#60 - codyxvasco
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(01/05/2013) [-]
I've seen Red Kryponite on Krypto the super dog.

It just made weird things happen, like his tail falling off and prance around and run away.
#91 to #60 - huntergriff ONLINE
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(01/05/2013) [-]
aren't red and pink kryptonite two different things though?
#76 to #60 - zafara
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(01/05/2013) [-]
I think that's just in the animated cartoon, and i'm not sure that's canon.
#56 - anon
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(01/05/2013) [-]
Oh my god, they need to put the pink kryptonite in the Man of Steel movie. I would pay so much to see Henry Cavill prance around in Superman tights.
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#50 - instakill
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(01/05/2013) [-]
There are 7 different kinds of kryptonite, in the same colors as each lantern core
#84 to #50 - anon
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(01/05/2013) [-]
corps.*
#92 to #84 - instakill
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(01/05/2013) [-]
no, the corps are the people wearing the lantern rings, The lantern cores are the objects that contain the essences of emotions
#58 to #50 - thatlookspainful
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(01/05/2013) [-]
you my sir, deserved my thumb. you are one of the few people that actually know about the different corps
#59 to #58 - instakill
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(01/05/2013) [-]
any dedicated DC fan would know about the lantern wars
#63 to #59 - thatlookspainful
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(01/05/2013) [-]
Because it all styarted with blackest night, and it merged into so many dc titles that so many people started learning about the different lantern cops
#62 to #59 - jamesisawesome
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(01/05/2013) [-]
When my family saw the new movie, I tried to explain the differet colors to them.
MFW they didn't believe that there was anything other than yellow and green
#64 to #62 - instakill
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MFW I had to prove that there is a lantern core for every major emotion + life and death, to my classmates
#48 - sketchysketchist
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(01/05/2013) [-]
Someone list out all the kinds of kryptonite and their effects on superman.
#65 to #48 - jamesisawesome
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(01/05/2013) [-]
Green- The most common form of Kryptonite. In superpowered Kryptonians, causes immediate physical pain and debilitation, reduces their powers, and kills within hours.(Except Superman's body according to Smallville can reject it before death as seen in the episode Void when Clark is injected by Kryptonite.)

Red- Created from Green Kryptonite that passed through a mysterious red-hued cloud en route to Earth. Red Kryptonite inflicts one of a variety of odd effects on Kryptonians, typically creating an initial "tingling effect" in those affected. No two chunks of Red Kryptonite have the same effect. Red Kryptonite effects typically last for 24-48 hours (though sometimes as long as 72), after which the Kryptonian in question is always immune to that specific chunk of Red Kryptonite. Superman has suffered the following effects upon exposure to various pieces of Red Kryptonite: being turned into a dragon, a non-powered giant, a dwarf, an ant-headed humanoid, a lunatic, and an amnesiac; being made unable to see anything colored green; growing incredibly long hair, nails, and beard; being rendered totally powerless; growing fat; gaining the ability to read thoughts; losing his invulnerability along the left side of his body; being split into an evil Superman and a good Clark Kent; being rendered unable to speak or write anything but Kryptonian, the language used on Krypton; growing an extra set of arms; becoming clumsy when trying to help out; swapping bodies with the person nearest him upon exposure to it; rapidly aging; and multiple personality changes. In post-Crisis continuity, Red Kryptonite first appeared as an artificial construct of Mr. Mxyzptlk; a second variety was later revealed as a synthetic variant created by Ra's al Ghul, using notes he stole from Batman.

Gold- Removes superpowers from Kryptonians permanently

White- Kills all plant life, whether Kryptonian or not. Induces decay immediately upon exposure, with a range of about 25 yards
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#66 to #65 - jamesisawesome
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Blue- The result of using Professor Potter's "duplicator ray" on some Green Kryptonite. Pre-Crisis, Blue Kryptonite affected only Bizarros, and in a manner similar to that of Green Kryptonite on Kryptonians.

Jewel- Jewel Kryptonite amplifies the psychic powers of Phantom Zone residents, allowing them to project illusions into the "real world" or perform mind control

Black- Black Kryptonite was first introduced in the Smallville television series, in the fourth season premiere episode "Crusade," as Kryptonite with the ability to split the personality of Kryptonians. It later appears in the fourth season episode "Onyx," where it is revealed to split physically the bodies of humans

Anti-Kryptonite- Has no effect on superpowered Kryptonians, but has the same effects as Green Kryptonite on non-superpowered Kryptonians

X Kryptonite- Created by pre-crisis Supergirl while experimenting with Green Kryptonite in hopes of finding an antidote. It has no effect on Kryptonians, but bestows temporary superpowers on Earth lifeforms

Slow- A modified variety of Green Kryptonite produced by a human scientist that affects humans in a manner similar to Green Kryptonite on Kryptonians, appearing in The Brave and the Bold #177. Its effect on Kryptonians, if any, is undocumented.

Magno- Kryptonite- Artificially created by the villain Nero, "Magno-Kryptonite" is magnetically attracted to all substances originally from Krypton, with such incredible force that not even the strength of Superman or Bizarro can escape it

Bizarro red- Affects humans the same way Red Kryptonite affects Kryptonians

Kryptonite x- A form of filtered/purified Kryptonite. Professor Emil Hamilton used the term "Kryptonite-X" to describe the substance that restored Superman's powers after a confrontation with the villain known as the Cyborg Superman in Engine City This substance was created when the Cyborg used a huge chunk of Kryptonite in an attempt to kill the weak, powerless, recovering Superman
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#67 to #66 - jamesisawesome
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Pink- From an alternate timeline in a 2003 Supergirl storyline by Peter David, this bizarre variety of Kryptonite apparently turned heterosexual Kryptonians temporarily into homosexuals; it was seen in just one panel, with Superman giving flattering compliments to Jimmy Olsen about his wardrobe and decorative sense.

Silver- Although a hoax in the continuity of the comics, Silver Kryptonite appeared in the television series Smallville as a poison to Clark which made him super-paranoid. He began to believe that everyone knew his secret that he was Kryptonian, and that everyone was plotting against him