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#1125 - wolves :D 08/18/2012 on Exchange Wallpapers? 0
#52 - MOAR of this! 08/18/2012 on House hacks +1
#113 - Comment deleted 08/18/2012 on Da fuq 0
#112 - fake guys, but a fairly good shop 08/18/2012 on Da fuq +11
#577813 - Ive been on holiday, since when could you roll comments  [+] (1 new reply) 08/14/2012 on Autism Board 0
User avatar #577876 - seekay (08/14/2012) [-]
Since a very.. VERY long time.
#37 - Was expecting the pic of eminem with his serious face and the … 08/14/2012 on Celebrities laughing +2
#23 - :O look at the comment number 08/11/2012 on all the time +5
#20 - what is this gif from?  [+] (1 new reply) 07/31/2012 on SHIT +1
User avatar #21 - waffies (07/31/2012) [-]
reverse image search says: Better Off Ted
#28 - God dammit you beat me to it D= 07/31/2012 on Being fox feels so good 0
#14 - The rest i really dont give a **** about, but dont camp… 07/29/2012 on Now and then -3
#514 - slender D: 07/29/2012 on Stuck in a game... 0
#4 - looks like iron mans arc reactor  [+] (1 new reply) 07/28/2012 on I was expecting something... +1
#6 - Absolute Madman (07/29/2012) [-]
lets blow it up
#3 - why is it people still don't know mobile means mobile device, …  [+] (2 new replies) 07/28/2012 on Facebook (99) +8
User avatar #6 - malacyman (07/28/2012) [-]
i'm pretty sure some tv's have facebook now.

I use my ps3 for facebook and it comes up as mobile or if you go on the mobile site on a pc it shows up as mobile.
#4 - chris chris (07/28/2012) [-]
also who is to say she is talking about a cellphone, not once did she even imply it, people just infer that phone means cellphone. what if she was talking about her housephone
#6 - Im over 6 foot aswell and people think im like that, im not at…  [+] (3 new replies) 07/28/2012 on Dumbass. 0
#7 - Obot (07/28/2012) [-]
6'6" here, people always assumed I was a violent person and typically avoided me if they didn't know me, but then 5'2" friends would always be questioned like, "How does he not kill you?" "Why? Cause he isn't some fuck-headed douche that takes advantage of his height." People should realize that just cause we're tall, doesn't mean we are all-powerful super-hulks.

User avatar #8 - whatabagel (07/28/2012) [-]
Im over 6'0 as well :( i was once suspended because my principal thought i was making a threatening move tword her, when all i did was stand up while she was talking.
Doesn't help shes scared by metalheads.
User avatar #11 - hackers (07/28/2012) [-]
I once got all the teachers scared of me even when all I was doing was talk to them also it was on the first day of school.
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#140 - Comment deleted 07/28/2012 on Do it. I fucking dare you. -1
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#35 - how come mr and mrs smith wasnt in the back to back ones 07/28/2012 on Movie Poster Cliches +3
#5 - This scene made me wish the film had been produced in 3D  [+] (3 new replies) 07/26/2012 on Catwoman still fancy +17
User avatar #7 - thehornedking (07/26/2012) [-]
Well it was, but it was only available in Aurora.
User avatar #15 - zigzagderpaderp (07/26/2012) [-]
"These 3D effects are amazing, it's almost as if the bullets were coming right at me"
User avatar #20 - HarvietheDinkle (07/26/2012) [-]
you fucking fuck
#111 - I must say I thoroughly enjoyed reading your posts, and you ha… 07/19/2012 on Superhero Perler Beads 0
#7 - whats this gif from, i seem to recognise it  [+] (1 new reply) 07/18/2012 on NOPE haircut 0
#8 - Absolute Madman (07/19/2012) [-]
mean girls (2004)
#3 - thats not the dark knight... wrong logo across the chest  [+] (2 new replies) 07/18/2012 on dark knight logic -2
#8 - iamnotspiderman (07/20/2012) [-]
User avatar #4 - lavitts (07/19/2012) [-]
Batman Begins.
#68 - Or you could stop acting like some crazed religious fanatics t… 07/18/2012 on Bronies +4
#14 - i was going more for the hero side of things here  [+] (1 new reply) 07/18/2012 on Superhero Perler Beads +2
User avatar #55 - fistpump (07/19/2012) [-]
Ah, well, my mistake. Sorry for being a dick. :P
#11 - The Joker isn't a super hero  [+] (61 new replies) 07/18/2012 on Superhero Perler Beads +3
#13 - fistpump (07/18/2012) [-]
Neither are Batman, Robin, Thor or Ironman, yet you didn't seem to point those out...
#38 - kanatana (07/19/2012) [-]
**kanatana rolled a random image posted in comment #55458 at Anime & Manga ** Nigga, you just went full retard.
User avatar #54 - fistpump (07/19/2012) [-]
Batman, Robin and Iron Man do not posses superhuman powers or properties; they are vigilantes that use gadgets and suits to gain an advantage over their opponents. (However, theyare awesome.)
Thor is a god. He doesn't posses superhuman powers; he possesses godly powers
I must have forgotten to clarify when writing that last night.
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#58 - kanatana (07/19/2012) [-]
While Batman, Robin, and Tony Stark don't have powers in and of themselves, per se, that's no reason not to call them super heroes. Batman alone is perfectly capable to take down any being in the DC universe with an hour's worth of planning-- he's blackmailed GOD for crying out loud.
User avatar #62 - fistpump (07/19/2012) [-]
While Batman may be the best detective in the known universe, that in itself is not a superpower, though I understand where you are coming from; as I implied that all he was was a man in a suit...
#64 - kanatana (07/19/2012) [-]
So the years of training, 127 martial arts styles, over a dozen degrees in nearly every kind of science, complete mastery of nearly every spoken language, and ability to make Superman back off doesn't qualify him as a super hero? In that case, is Deathstroke, Joker, Penguin, Twoface, or Bane a super villain? Without actual powers, by your reasoning, none of them would qualify.
User avatar #68 - fistpump (07/19/2012) [-]
No, although he may be an extraordinary and impressive human being, his credentials do not define him as a super hero, just an incredibly good hero.
That is not correct. Deathstroke, Joker, Penguin, Twoface, Bain, Riddler, Catwoman etc are super villains, as they posses the ability to both defeat other villains and defeat (or pose a large threat) to super-heroes (or incredibly good heroes, like Batman)
The definition of superhero is not the polar opposite of supervillain.
#60 - kanatana (07/19/2012) [-]
And as far as Iron Man goes, that is like saying that the likes of Ant-Man, Giant-Man, Wasp, or ANY hero that uses Pym Particles isn't a super hero, due to the artificial nature of their abilities-- and if we're taking that to the logical extreme, any hero with external influence on their powers is to be excluded. Go ahead, tell Cyborg he isn't a hero.
User avatar #63 - fistpump (07/19/2012) [-]
If anyone were to get a hold of Pym particles or the Iron Man suit, learned how to use them and how they worked, and then used them for good, would they be a super hero, or just somebody who found an astonishing weapon of justice? When Tony Stark's uncle and protectorate betrayed Stark and made a super-powered iron suit to become the Iron Monger, did he become a super villain? No. He became a corrupt man in a suit, that's my point.
Cyborg is a difficult and unfair example. The biological part of him is a normal, grossly deformed human, whilst the mechanical part grants him super-human abilities. He is both a super hero and a regular joe, due to the fact that if it weren't for his partly mechanical body, he was have no super-powers what-so-ever.
User avatar #98 - kanatana (07/19/2012) [-]
Continuing the thread here... To be SPECIFIC, you said, "no matter where they are, a real super hero can use their ability whenever they like and wherever they like." Ability, not power. Put Batman anywhere, and he will OWN. Also, you're wrong on so many levels. I'm not even going to take the bait on the Fantastic Four reference... but I'll throw some DC in your face.

The Elongated Man, a man who can stretch, actually gained powers from a fairly mundane source-- he drank concentrated fruit juice of some sort of rubber plant... not too familiar with the back story, but that's basically how it went. And if that's not satisfying, Plastic Man-- said to be one of the SCARIEST and MOST POWERFUL of the DC mythos-- accidentally gained his powers while working for Kite Man, something that could probably be reproduced.

Firestorm, Fire, and several others can generate fire among their bodies at a whim... and I can't even BEGIN to tell you how many characters can turn translucent.
User avatar #106 - fistpump (07/19/2012) [-]
I'm tired of this now.
You're probably right, though. You've read far more comics than I have, for sure. I only really read Deadpool, Spiderman, Batman, 2000AD, Fantastic Four, Iron Man, Ghost Rider, and a few other misc ones.
I submit. You are correct.
It was a nice debate, though. Really passed the time. And without any hostilities either way. :D
User avatar #107 - kanatana (07/19/2012) [-]
Best way to go. I'd suggest you read a few more titles, though, before you try this again. My powers are wide and vast; you are a hundred years too early to take on the likes of me.
User avatar #108 - fistpump (07/19/2012) [-]
That was possibly the best victory line I've ever heard.
Well, time to thumb up all of your thread comments. You deserve it, mighty comics wizard!
User avatar #109 - kanatana (07/19/2012) [-]
I humbly accept your surrender. May we once again meet on the field of battle... but again, no quarter will be given.
User avatar #66 - kanatana (07/19/2012) [-]
Ha! There's the flaw in your argument! Iron Man in the films has the reactor in his chest to keep the shrapnel in his chest from reaching his heart-- that is what keeps him alive and powers the suit. He is, forever, not entirely human. A cyborg, if you will.

A super hero isn't a person with powers or skills-- it's about the attitude, the determination to do right and fight the good fight. How can you say that someone who fights evil as a career isn't a superhero?
User avatar #70 - fistpump (07/19/2012) [-]
A super-hero is a person who possesses super-human abilities, characteristics, and skills. (By definition)
Very well then. Iron Man is a cyborg. His reactor doesn't posses any powers, though, nor does it grant him any powers. It simply provides his suit with power.
User avatar #61 - kanatana (07/19/2012) [-]
And as far as Thor goes, the Asgardian race has been shown to be a race of hyper-advanced alien life forms not entirely unlike the Eternals. Yes, Asgard resides in another realm, but it could just as easily be called a parallel universe. And if being a god doesn't qualify you for being a super hero, what about a demon, angel, or other divine or unholy being? There are a plethora of all of those in both Marvel and DC who call themselves heroes!
User avatar #65 - fistpump (07/19/2012) [-]
Gods, demons, angels, divinities and unholy beings are not super-heroes or super-villains. They are gods, demons, angels, divinities and unholy beings. They are not human, so they cannot be defined as possessing super-human abilities and therefore cannot be defined as super-heroes.
User avatar #67 - kanatana (07/19/2012) [-]
Ah, but what if they take up the mantle of a hero? What is Ghost Rider, then? Demon, hero, or something in between?
User avatar #69 - fistpump (07/19/2012) [-]
He's an heroic demon. As it is the demon that allows Ghost Rider to burst into flames or kick the everliving crap out of everything, he is just a heroic demon.
User avatar #71 - kanatana (07/19/2012) [-]
To answer all three posts here, because it is getting somewhat disorganized...

The only difference between many of Batman's (and indeed, many other villains) and common criminals is their gimmick. Ergo, without that gimmick-- being a clown, the penguin motif, etc-- they would just be a common crook. Objectively speaking, you cannot call them super villains without calling Batman a super hero. Yes, he has his gadgets and gimmicks of his own, but the fact remains that he stands toe to toe with the greatest mortals and immortals on the planet.

And if you're going to say that there's nothing inherently special about him, and he can't be a super hero, then what about the Green Lanterns? For the majority of them, all of their actual power comes from the rings they bare. Would you say that THEY aren't super heroes, in their own right?

And as for Thor, he was born in time immemorial with his power... well, so was Darkseid, and he is one of the biggest threats to the DC universe. What about him? He is an acknowledged god, not an alien.

And speaking of aliens, if Clark Kent was still living on Krypton, he'd just be a regular man-- if he wasn't on Earth, he wouldn't have any power. That artificial power makes him heads above the rest of the human populace-- but does that belittle his "super" status?

And if Ghost Rider, in any and all of his incarnations, is a "heroic demon" as you put it... one of the strongest in the Marvel universe, I might add... is "super" in that he is greater than most mortals, and does heroics, what is to say he isn't, in fact, a "super hero"?
User avatar #72 - fistpump (07/19/2012) [-]
Once again, "Super-hero" isn't the polar opposite of "Super-villain" by definition. A super-hero is a human that possesses super-human abilities and uses them for justice, where-as a super-villain is a villain capable of both defeating other villains and defeating (or matching) a super-hero (or hero) in power or intelligence (etcetera), to the extent that the villain poses a real threat to the hero (or superhero). Ergo, a super-hero is not a hero that can defeat other heroes and hinder powerful enemies, and a super-villain is not a human that possesses super-human abilities and uses them for evil.
I've thought about the Green Lanterns recently. I'm still caught up on them, if I'm honest. I'll think more about it later.
I never said or implied that Thor or this "Darkseid" (I've never heard of them) are aliens. If Darkseid was born under the same conditions as Thor, then yes, he is a god. A corrupt or evil god, perhaps (like Loki), but a god non-the-less.
I don't know enough about Superman to be able to answer that. Is he a homo sapien from another planet, or a completely different species that just shares the same phenotype?
Thinking about it, I guess Ghost Rider is a super-hero, due to the fact that he possesses the demonic powers, making him super human, but also has enough willpower to overcome his demonic side and become a fighter for justice.
User avatar #73 - kanatana (07/19/2012) [-]
I swear that I'm not trying to be rude by saying this, but as a fan and follower of a LOT of comics...

... On behalf of the internet, if you don't know about Darkseid, and are honestly asking whether Superman is Homo Sapien, and believe that the Joker is more worthy of the "super" title than Batman, I ask you to stop debating comics and go study up. Darkseid is the ULTIMATE foe for Superman, period. If you don't know even that... Just... Wow.
User avatar #74 - fistpump (07/19/2012) [-]
I don't like Superman. I don't think he's a very good hero due to the fact that he's only got one weakness. That is why I don't know about him. Happy?
You didn't answer my question, anyway. Is he a homo sapien, or does he just look like one? Are people from Krypton the same as people from Earth?
User avatar #75 - kanatana (07/19/2012) [-]
... No, they're a different species. They come from a different planet, many light-years away. They are physically identical-- the bipedal form being the most optimal for cognizant, sapient life, and due to the fact that the planets were nearly identical in life-sustaining ability, not to mention both being within the solar sweet spot-- but they are biologically different.
User avatar #77 - fistpump (07/19/2012) [-]
I can't answer, then. He is both a super-hero and a regular person. He is only different because of the fact that he is on Earth acting as Earth's protectorate.
I don't suppose he is a super-hero, due to that fact. His powers are conditional. If Darkseid were to take Superman to Krypton, surely he could beat him to death with ease?
User avatar #78 - kanatana (07/19/2012) [-]
Surely. But the same can be said for any super hero, in a sense. There isn't a single starring character who hasn't had their powers, abilities, and skills countered or nullified in one way or another. If the only requisite you have for being "super" is not having a weakness, or having their power actually be a part of them... well, I've got bad news for you, buddy.

Go ahead. Pick ANY super hero, I'll be able to tell you how to beat them in three easy steps.
User avatar #81 - fistpump (07/19/2012) [-]
Oh, and Mr Fantastic. His ability to stretch any part of his body and his improved reflexes mean that he can elude capture and avoid bullets or weapon swings with ease. What is his weakness?
User avatar #83 - kanatana (07/19/2012) [-]
Richard Reed's weakness? Easy, he's weak against cryogenic materials, like liquid nitrogen. Yeah, I know, so is most everyone else, but sufficiently cold temperatures HIGHLY hinder his ability to stretch. His body is literally rubber-like; anything below freezing makes him stiff.
User avatar #80 - fistpump (07/19/2012) [-]
I may have caught myself in a line here. Does Superman only have his powers on Earth, or only not have his powers on Krypton?
I'm not saying that having a weakness is what makes you a super hero or anything like that. I'm trying to suggest that, no matter where they are, a real super hero can use their ability whenever they like and wherever they like. Take the early days of Jonny Blaze, for example. When he had only just gotten his demon side, he could only become it at night, or when evil was present, ergo he was not a super hero, but had the capability to become one.
User avatar #82 - kanatana (07/19/2012) [-]
You're about to get lawyered, HARD, so get ready.

Superman's body absorbs solar energy from our sun; his body is literally a living energy cell. Some fans theorize that he doesn't even need to eat. About... oh, one million months from now (I'm not even making that number up, I swear) Superman will live in the center of the sun; he will be a living god.

That said, if he is away from a source of power for too long, yes, he begins to weaken, but that takes a LOT of time. BUT, if he is exposed to red sun energy for even a while, he begins to weaken at a highly accelerated rate.

Now, if you say that a real super hero is someone who can use their ability whenever they like, here's one simple fact: Batman can do that. No matter where he is, he's Batman. Day, night, Earth, Hell, other planets, space, Gotham, Metropolis, India, Apokalyps, ANYWHERE he goes, he's Batman. He can fight toe to toe with anyone on the planet, had enough martial skill to be ranked number two in the world (behind Richard Dragon, but that's another story) is called the World's Greatest Detective for a reason, and anything ANY scientist can do, he can do better. He can fight in the day or night, on the surface, in the air, under ground, or in a freaking moving van.

There. Using your standards, I just proved to you that Batman is a super hero. Bruce Wayne is not Batman, Batman is Batman, and pretends to be Bruce Wayne. Wayne is the mask, not Batman.

User avatar #111 - icecreamconelol (07/19/2012) [-]
I must say I thoroughly enjoyed reading your posts, and you have really kicked fistpumps ass in my opinion
User avatar #95 - fistpump (07/19/2012) [-]
Batman can't use his super-power whenever he likes. He doesn't have one. As in depth and complex this debate is, that's what it all boils down to.
He's amazing. He's practically super human. But he isn't, for the simple reason that he doesn't have any superpowers. Anybody could work themselves enough to become as good as Batman, but nobody can give themselves the ability to stretch, or turn invisible, or spontaneously combust...
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User avatar #85 - kanatana (07/19/2012) [-]
Don't worry bro, I got him for you. Never fear.
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User avatar #87 - kanatana (07/19/2012) [-]
Oh, ok. Still waiting for him to respond to my last comment.
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User avatar #89 - kanatana (07/19/2012) [-]
Doesn't it just feel good when you know your shit, someone is talking shit, and you just verbally bitchslap them?
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User avatar #91 - kanatana (07/19/2012) [-]
With ya man. Quick, top five DC before the New 52?
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User avatar #93 - kanatana (07/19/2012) [-]
Teen Titans, Red Robin/Robin, Batman/Superman, Detective Comics, and Green Lantern.
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User avatar #96 - kanatana (07/19/2012) [-]
Please... 497 in 1993, during the Knightfall arc. I read the book, and have been boning up on the trade paperbacks.
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User avatar #99 - kanatana (07/19/2012) [-]
Ooh, can't compete with that.

Oh, wait, I can. Full Infinity Gauntlet, first print, each book autographed by DeFalco.
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User avatar #101 - kanatana (07/19/2012) [-]
NO, I wanted to, but couldn't afford it. I DID, however, go to WonderCon, which was a blast.
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User avatar #103 - kanatana (07/19/2012) [-]
Nice, very nice. Gonna assume you've read and seen Under the Red Hood... one of my favorite DC animated films, period.
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User avatar #53 - fistpump (07/19/2012) [-]
Batman, Robin and Iron Man do not posses superhuman powers or properties; they are vigilantes that use gadgets and suits to gain an advantage over their opponents. (However, theyare awesome.)
Thor is a god. He doesn't posses superhuman powers; he possesses godly powers.
Guess when I wrote this comment last night I forgot to clarify...
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User avatar #79 - fistpump (07/19/2012) [-]
The summit of human ability isn't a super power. Anybody could reach that status with enough trying. He wasn't born or granted the power. He bestowed it upon himself.
Iron man isn't the summit of human ability. He's very intelligent and wealthy, and he knows how to fight, but he's on the same level as Batman and the Bat family, I'm afraid.
Superman isn't a Superhero. He possesses his superhuman abilities because of where he is. If he was on Krypton, he could die from a simple bullet.
Thor isn't a superhero because he is a god, there is a difference. Gods aren't human.
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User avatar #14 - icecreamconelol (07/18/2012) [-]
i was going more for the hero side of things here
User avatar #55 - fistpump (07/19/2012) [-]
Ah, well, my mistake. Sorry for being a dick. :P
What do you think? Give us your opinion. Anonymous comments allowed.
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User avatar #5 to #5 - icecreamconelol (12/17/2011) [-]
indeed i do :) did you watch the movie? the 30 minute long video?
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