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- Oh i remember take on me, at least some of it
- I for one want sauce in all the images in the webm
I too would love an ordered list of sauces
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Just a warning this is a story within a story:
Oh i remember take on me, at least some of it
- I was happy for a second because of that spoiler, then i reali…
Hulk at his strongest
- WHy do comics always pull this killing villians is bad *******…
They're mostly not irredeemable - Few aren't the kind who can be helped, but others can be! 'Bad guys goes good' is one of my favorite hero tropes!
That said, it takes time, effort, and effect for it to take point!
It's especially hypocritical in the panel of Parker being denounced by other heroes. Captain America, Tony Stark, and Wolverine are killers themselves.
being a hero isn't whether or not you've killed, its recognizing the weight a such a decision has
Okay, so spider-man starts by killing kraven, and then osborn, and then ock, and the rhino, and the vulture, etc. Where does he draw the line? Where does he draw the line 10 years down the line when hes tired and old and just wants to take out threats before they grow? If he never crosses the line, he never has to move it, and he remains a hero
Or he could just kill Kraven. Comic books always seem to treat it like this big slippery slope, but you can kill just one person and then never do it again.
Exactly this. It's possible to weigh villains differently and make judgments on who needs to be stopped with lethal force. Good law enforcement officers know the difference between a petty thief and an armed hostage taker, and good soldiers know the difference between enemies and civilians; there's no reason good heroes shouldn't be able to make the distinction between petty criminals and serious mass-murdering psychopaths.
I have to ask, what continuity is this from? I feel like reading spiderman because he is one of the few marvel heroes that I actually like, but with all the continuities it feels a bit daunting.
The main continuity, its from about 2012. Amazing or spectacular is always his 616 run, if its another universe they pick a different superlative.
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- Dont, this game is actually bad, the only reason i ******* pla…
See, that's the thing.
I cannot believe you when you say it's bad, cause I've actually fucking played it.
I wanna get into it, because I was pretty good myself. I ignored the shit players and assholes, and focused on how I can make myself better. I didn't play ranked, I played for fun. and I think I can have fun if I jump into it now.
But I understand what you mean.
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