I hate to do it but he needs to be cut due to in his final moments he does seem to care for his daughter.
Trigon is a godlike demon that is the Satanic archetype in the series even called "Satan" and the "God of Evil" in the films, he is also Raven's father who enjoyed destroying dimensions with plans hinted of recreating it and ruling the universe as God.
Many years ago was summoned by a cult in an alternate dimension to father a child that would act as a gateway to other dimensions. In the brief flashback he first appears as a handsome man that makes Raven's mom, Arella, fall in love but as they go to the bed to make love, Trigon took his true form which terrifies Arella at which point he rapes her. Eventually Arella flees to another dimen…
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This is one I have been working on ever since I created the page for Mr. Whisper and I feel is one that should be a very easy case to make. Best part is him coming back or receiving any redeeming features is unlikely to happen given how he was essentially replaced and only ever appeared in I believe four issues... Yeah he's a comic book villain that stayed dead and while I thought his story was fun and him somewhat entertaining in a love to hate way here we go without further ado:
Batman: Gothic is a mini-series that is a stand alone which I have yet to find any reference outside of the arc of the character he's at least worth a mention. The story is that a mysterious man is by the name Mr. Whisper is going around killing people but mainly …
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Alright this will likely be controversial but here it goes. For reference of the original proposal:, I personally had a major issue as while the proposal does go into good detail at parts but it was created almost immediately after another very minimalistic one with the newer one being upvoted almost immediately while leaving out one minor thing: he doesn't plead for his own life just for that of his son who is still an infant.
Titus Andronicus is a tragedy by William Shakespeare. It is a very dark play about two factions that despise each other with one woman raped and mutilated with a couple characters even mocking her but Aaron does orchestrate most if not all.
Aaron the Moor is a vile man who arranges the rape of a woman, for her muti…
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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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