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#393 - Nah I don't really know enough about the issue to really get i…  [+] (2 replies) 11/30/2016 on Marvel +1
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#396 - derpthefifth (11/30/2016) [-]
I guess if you choose to see it as pandering, yeah.
I tend to think it was done more as an effort to support the gay community (in other words, something done without the intent to profit), and even if it goes nowhere it'll at least be something to establish that the gay community really doesn't give a fuck about being supported in comic books.
Also, i think at this point straight white people are the main driving force behind supporting the gay community. Pretty sure most gay people just want to go on about living their lives without being defined as "Gay" or are off being flamboyantly gay and don't give a shit.
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#398 - camslayer (11/30/2016) [-]
I think they were trying to break into the gay/ heavily liberal market.
#388 - there's no reason not to have gay characters but gay people ar…  [+] (4 replies) 11/30/2016 on Marvel +6
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#391 - derpthefifth (11/30/2016) [-]
I might just be missing a lot, but i don't really think they made a whole lot of well established characters gay, or at least not the ones which actually were well established in that capacity.
Like, you wouldn't make Peter Parker's spiderman gay because he's got the thing with MJ, that's a whole huge established part of his character arc and it would be irresponsible to ignore that. Iceman though? Seems like a good candidate, as he's not really ever romantically involved with anybody to my knowledge, of course there maybe an example of what you're talking about that im missing, in which case i'd love to hear it.
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#393 - camslayer (11/30/2016) [-]
Nah I don't really know enough about the issue to really get in depth with it. Tbh fam I don't really see why its such a big deal any way, comics are generally pretty shitty anyway imo. Too much plot armour and poorly defined powers. I just think the pandering makes little sense since most of the people who read comics will be white straight males.
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#396 - derpthefifth (11/30/2016) [-]
I guess if you choose to see it as pandering, yeah.
I tend to think it was done more as an effort to support the gay community (in other words, something done without the intent to profit), and even if it goes nowhere it'll at least be something to establish that the gay community really doesn't give a fuck about being supported in comic books.
Also, i think at this point straight white people are the main driving force behind supporting the gay community. Pretty sure most gay people just want to go on about living their lives without being defined as "Gay" or are off being flamboyantly gay and don't give a shit.
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#398 - camslayer (11/30/2016) [-]
I think they were trying to break into the gay/ heavily liberal market.
#221 - >plate armour Obviously not, I meant more kevlar. …  [+] (2 replies) 11/29/2016 on Anon makes a weapon +3
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#328 - atusek (11/29/2016) [-]
A stab is more effective than a slash anyway, slashing away with a knife is a very ineffective technique if you're trying to kill someone. And I'm sorry I forgot about the Kevlar armor that people wear on a daily basis.and the whole point is that a well aimed stab/slash is difficult and definitely not guaranteed in a fight. Even then, chances are that it won't kill the other guy fast enough before he can retaliate if he has a knife too
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#360 - camslayer (11/30/2016) [-]
Well I'm not even saying that the triblade knife thing isn't effective just that its impractical, in most situations a normal knife is better to have. In a knife fight between 2 random people there would be lots of flailing and slashing anyway, the first guy to get a decent stab/slash in would probably win. If however its 2 people who actually know what hey are doing I don't think it would be out of the realm of possibility that they would be in an environment where they would be using armour of some sort and in such a situation there would likely be a killing blow quickly.
#67 - well even then if you get the drop on someone one stab would p…  [+] (4 replies) 11/28/2016 on Anon makes a weapon +2
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#85 - atusek (11/28/2016) [-]
Ahh yes, to get around the plate armor that people wear on a daily basis. Also the human body is surprisingly hardy, unless it's a magic or very well placed Stab, one stab isn't going to kill you, especially with modern medicine, and definitely not right away. The point of this knife is to make a wound that is difficult to suture and to fix. Chances are that in a knife fight, both parties are going to get hurt very badly and stabbed many times. Getting treated is your main avenue of survival, and a tribladed knife makes wounds that are very hard to treat. For that use, it's a decent implement
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#221 - camslayer (11/29/2016) [-]
>plate armour
Obviously not, I meant more kevlar.
If you cut an artery a person will die very quickly, I think your over-stating how easy it is to survived a well placed stab/slash.
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#328 - atusek (11/29/2016) [-]
A stab is more effective than a slash anyway, slashing away with a knife is a very ineffective technique if you're trying to kill someone. And I'm sorry I forgot about the Kevlar armor that people wear on a daily basis.and the whole point is that a well aimed stab/slash is difficult and definitely not guaranteed in a fight. Even then, chances are that it won't kill the other guy fast enough before he can retaliate if he has a knife too
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#360 - camslayer (11/30/2016) [-]
Well I'm not even saying that the triblade knife thing isn't effective just that its impractical, in most situations a normal knife is better to have. In a knife fight between 2 random people there would be lots of flailing and slashing anyway, the first guy to get a decent stab/slash in would probably win. If however its 2 people who actually know what hey are doing I don't think it would be out of the realm of possibility that they would be in an environment where they would be using armour of some sort and in such a situation there would likely be a killing blow quickly.
#64 - well for a start its only good for stabbing people, it has alm…  [+] (7 replies) 11/28/2016 on Anon makes a weapon +9
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#84 - Einsty (11/28/2016) [-]
I truly wonder when the designer was thinking this edgier-than-thou knife up, why was a sheathe conforming to its shape such a problem? I mean, 3d printing is a thing nowadays.
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#66 - ompalomper (11/28/2016) [-]
valid points. i was only considering the stabing and killing.
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#67 - camslayer (11/28/2016) [-]
well even then if you get the drop on someone one stab would probably kill them and with a regular knife there's options to slash and it would be thinner for slipping into small gaps in armour.
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#85 - atusek (11/28/2016) [-]
Ahh yes, to get around the plate armor that people wear on a daily basis. Also the human body is surprisingly hardy, unless it's a magic or very well placed Stab, one stab isn't going to kill you, especially with modern medicine, and definitely not right away. The point of this knife is to make a wound that is difficult to suture and to fix. Chances are that in a knife fight, both parties are going to get hurt very badly and stabbed many times. Getting treated is your main avenue of survival, and a tribladed knife makes wounds that are very hard to treat. For that use, it's a decent implement
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#221 - camslayer (11/29/2016) [-]
>plate armour
Obviously not, I meant more kevlar.
If you cut an artery a person will die very quickly, I think your over-stating how easy it is to survived a well placed stab/slash.
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#328 - atusek (11/29/2016) [-]
A stab is more effective than a slash anyway, slashing away with a knife is a very ineffective technique if you're trying to kill someone. And I'm sorry I forgot about the Kevlar armor that people wear on a daily basis.and the whole point is that a well aimed stab/slash is difficult and definitely not guaranteed in a fight. Even then, chances are that it won't kill the other guy fast enough before he can retaliate if he has a knife too
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#360 - camslayer (11/30/2016) [-]
Well I'm not even saying that the triblade knife thing isn't effective just that its impractical, in most situations a normal knife is better to have. In a knife fight between 2 random people there would be lots of flailing and slashing anyway, the first guy to get a decent stab/slash in would probably win. If however its 2 people who actually know what hey are doing I don't think it would be out of the realm of possibility that they would be in an environment where they would be using armour of some sort and in such a situation there would likely be a killing blow quickly.