Last EP for me today and this time is a bit different... Its from a DC Comic Books btw. Also, thanks for Scraggs and Ltsine for helping me again
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JLA: The Nail is one of the Elseworlds miniseries released around 1998. The story? I'll copypaste from it's TV Tropes page:
"In this universe, Martha and Jonathan Kent's truck has a tire puncture caused by a nail. This prevents them from discovering the spaceship containing the baby Kal-El, and so, there's no Superman. There is, however, still a Justice League of America, consisting of Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, The Flash (Barry Allen), Hawkwoman, the Atom (Ray Palmer), Martian Manhunter and Green Lantern (Hal Jordan). There's also a great degree of xenophobia fo…Read more >
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The Boondocks is a dark comedy about a middle class African American family named the Freemans (Robert Freeman, Huey Freeman and Riley Freeman) that lives in Woodcrest, a predominantly white neighborhood. The perspective offered by this mixture of cultures, lifestyles, social classes, stereotypes, viewpoints and racialized identities provides for much of the series' satire, comedy, and conflict.
Wuncler is a loan shark who preys on fiancially vulnerable families only to get them further indebt. Eventually making them sign themselves into slavery making them work as actual slaves in a theme park called "Freedom Land" in a twisted reinactment of the 19th century plantation. He has done this to dozens, possibly hundreds of familie…
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Stuart is the primary villain of Die Hard 2: Die Harder. He was formerly as Senior US military colonel, but decided to betray his country and break General Ramon Esperanza out of custody.
Comparing Stuart to Hans Gruber, Stuart is worse. Hans Gruber ultimately killed four people; Ellis, Joseph Takagi, and two police officers in a helicopter. Indeed, he intended to blow the hostages up in one explosion on the roof of the Nakatomi Plaza, but he was unsuccessful.
Simon Gruber planted bombs all over town, but from what we know, the bombs never killed anybody. He pretended to set a bomb at a school full of children, but it was a fake bomb and never killed anyone.
Stuart on the other hand, kills 230 people when he cross…
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Okay, I know Eli Mills was downvoted on TV Tropes, but because we are not TV Tropes (also, their standards are high as f***), and everyone on his talk page seem to agree with him being Pure Evil, I decided to propose him here.
Yes, he has a clear personality and goal. He is a manipulative, greedy, ambitious, and treacherous businessman who only wants money. He is also a sadist.
This is something I'm concerned about. The Jurassic Park franchise revolves around dinosaur attacks. However, seeing how Mills successfully killing another human is considered one of the most heinous acts in the franchise, I would say he goes over the standards. He also sells the dinosaurs to arms dealers who will use them as living weapons, not caring ab…
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Alright, so while I'm aware the show I'm about to discuss isn't supposed to be discussed until tomorrow, it's really just a day early, so let's get started. The show is one of my favorites, and it's called Doctor Who (even though I'm sure most of you already knew that, judging by the title of this discussion post). It's a British sci-fi series about a Time Lord called the Doctor who travels in a box-shaped spaceship called the Tardis. In his war incarnation, he fights in the Time War, and from what he mistakenly believed due to timey-wimey stuff, he killed all of the Time Lord, children included. Because of this, he spent most of his life as the Ninth and Tenth Doctor feeling guilt, trauma, and pain. Fortunately, by the time h…Read more >