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James. you're off your meds. aren't you?
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James. you're off your meds. aren't you?
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>>78753642
I'm better of without 'em, start taking 'em if I'm felling down.
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>>78753701
You know that's not how the medicine works. You're not well.
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>>78753713
I'm fiiiine...you wanna throw some darts!?
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>>78753725
No..Look, james, you're wearing the suit again.
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>>78753732
I am? Well waddaya know.
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>>78753740
Here's the deal buddy, you tell me where those guys went and I promise to come see you in the hospital, well play darts!...the soft kind.
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>>78753754
Okay, they're gonna ambush you at the flash museum.
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>>78753759
See, thats all we needed.

Come on, we'd better get over there.
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>>78753765


What about your enemy?
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>>78753779
Oh, also most forgot.

Dude, soon as you finish your drink, turn yourself in.
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>>78753797
Got me again Flash!
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>>78753642
this scene and the xmas special bit with flash were my fav parts of the series
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I dont understand this scene
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this is why the Flash is the best hero
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>>78754098
Go back to /tv/
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>>78754065
What's not to understand? Trickster is a nice guy who happens to be criminally insane and doesn't seem to realize the things he does and Flash knows him well enough that he can understand and reason with him.
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>>78753797
>The Joker would gladly go back to Arkham if only Batman asked nicely.
Why is Batman such an asshole?
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>>78754065
Trickster is just messed up in the head and Flash, unlike Batman, knows it. He realizes the people he's fighting are sick and need help rather than to get beat on nonstop. Basically, heroes like Batman and Wonder Woman do more harm than good by thinking pain is all their enemies understand. Wally's a good guy who's power HASN'T driven him insane.
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>>78754283
I'd agree if Arkham could get even a quarter of it's inmates to the level of Triskter.
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>>78754304
The problem is Arkham, and Gotham as a whole, is run by corrupt assholes who don't give a shit about the inmates. The fact that so many of Batman's rogues gallery are doctors is proof of this.
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>>78754224
We are talking about the |Flash and the Trickster, you numpty.
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>>78754283
So is Flash a better harbringer of peace than Wonder Woman who enjoys snapping necks?
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>>78754338
To be fair, I could actually see Joker doing that one time, just because it would be funny. Big heist, millions of dollars worth of...I don't know, jewel-encrusted something or others. Joker and his crew are almost finished filling up their clown cars with the loot when Batman shows up. Someone yells "IT'S THE BAT", there's fighting and when the dust settles, Batman and Joker stand face to face. You can cut the tension with a knife. Someone is going to be hurting in the morning, you can just tell.

"I don't suppose I could convince you to just go back to Arkham, could I?" Batman would say, fully intending to break more than a few of the Clown Prince's bones tonight.

A short pause later and Joke just shrugs, drops a comical number of guns out of his sleeves and pockets and says "Yeah, okay." before laughing his head off as he walks off in the direction of Arkham, knowing that Batman would be the most confused he's ever been by his actions, the look on his face being absolutely priceless.

I would read the shit out of that.
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>>78754348
Until they introduce snapping necks as the universal symbol of peace and prosperity, yes.
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>>78754065
nobody gets me
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>>78754387

David Cain stayed in jail just to make Cass happy. He was shown to be able to just waltz out whenever he wants and probably could have turned the place into a blood bath.

But he stays in there just to please his baby girl only leaving to give her a birthday present and doesn't hurt anyone
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Hawkgirl?
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>>78753642
Loved this scene.
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One of the best scenes in the show.
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>Dude, the bad guys went down and nobody got hurt. Know what I call that? A really good day
>Batman smiles
Loved this bit.
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>>78753642
Why is Wally best Flash
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>>78756357
Because he cares.
Also he merged with the speed force for you.
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>>78754283
Nah Flash's enemies are on a different level than the others.
Hell doesn't he foil the plot by beating the shit out of them? Doesn't Batman understand that's how Flash works in these dynamics and stops Orion from just going batshit on Trickster?

Trickster isn't Joker. Batman wouldn't win him over by promising to play safety darts every week.
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>>78754120
Nope.
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>>78754065
I figured it was to show that, unlike a lot of other heroes (coughbatmancough), flash's villains are on way better terms with him, to the point where he actually knows them pretty well and can deal with them without having to fight on occassion.
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>>78759045
Id say Batman knows his villans aswell. They just aren't that nice
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>>78760709
>>78759045
>>78756484
Batman can't do that with his villians because most of them are criminally insane, while trickster is more helplessly insane. The riddler is helplessly insane and batman can have a decent talk with him
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>>78754098
oh mark hamill, you creepy creepy bastard
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>>78761877
I thought Riddler was just a narcissist
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>>78761877
I'd say it's more that Trickster there is legally insane. He doesn't understand that the things he does are wrong. Unlike, say, Joker, who knows they're wrong and gets off on it.
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>>78754224
Due to the nature of the Joker, you know what. i think if he was asked like this he would do it because of how funny it would be. Now he would probably only do it once, but I still think he would do it.
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>>78754387
>"I don't suppose I could convince you to just go back to Arkham, could I?"
>OH BATSY YOU'RE SO FUNNY BUT YOU KNOW WE'RE DESTINED TO DO THIS FOREVER BECAUSE WE'RE OPPOSITES AND THERE MUST ALWAYS BE A JOKER I PUT A BOMB IN AN ORPHANAGE THIRTEEN HOURS AGO BY THE WAY YOU SHOULD GET OVER THERE AND TRY TO STOP IT UNLESS YOU DONT WANT TO IN WHICH CASE A BUNCH OF OPRHANS DIE THAT SHIT HAPPENS ALL THE TIME IN THESE BOOKS AND I'LL JUST GET OUT OF JAIL AGAIN ANYWAY UNPUNISHED HEY ALSO DID YOU KNOW THE ONLY DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A NORMAL MAN AND AN IMMORTAL PSYCHO CLOWN GOD IS ONE BAD DAY I DONT EVEN HAVE A GIRLFRIEND ANYMORE SHE GOT HER OWN BOOK AND DRESSES LIKE A HOOKER I'M GOING TO RIP OFF MY OWN FACE AND NOT TELL A JOKE NOW"

No, this is what would happen.

Thanks modern comic writers.
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>>78761975
He also leaves clues even when he doesn't want to leave clues. He has no control over that aspect of his crimes. That's mental illness.
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>>78754387
It would probably go like this instead
>could cut tension with a knife
>Batman's grimace
>long pause
>Pleaaaase go back to Arkham?
>Heh.
>heheh.
>HehehahahahHAHAhahahHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
>okay
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>>78762092
You saltier than a shaker of soul seasoning, son.
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>>78762092
Are you a batman writer?
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I forget the premise of this episode.
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>>78754224
Has Batman ever just asked him to go back? It does seem like something he would do, even if just once.
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>>78759045
What comic was it, Rogues Revenge?, where Capt Cold talks about the Rogues relationship with the flash and how its more just a game to them because they know they will get caught and just get back out.
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>>78762445
"What dose Flash do when JLU isn't around" with Batman and Orion as the straight-men.
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>>78762092
But it did happen once in the comics.
I don't remember the issue, but Joker was giving a speech. Batman interrupted him with a joke that made him laugh so he surrendered immediately.

Also, there's still Batman 66.
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>>78762996
The Killing Joke?
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>>78763093
No, it was something else. Joker had a gun to a woman.
Besides, KJ is Batman supposedly strangling him.
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>>78754387
he'd go to something else called arkham
or he'd build an ark out of ham

or basically it would never happen because batman would never be that creative/imaginative
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>>78763133
It's clearly not, it's Bats leaning on him laughing.
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>>78759045

at the very least they're not a pack of murderers.

Hell I remember them getting super pissed off because one of their supposed own was going cape killing

I don't know if it's out of mutual respect or because they know Flash will turn them into a mile long smear on the highway if this shit escalates to far but its nice
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>>78763334
Flash's Rogues have a morality thing, whether if it's a promise to Flash or because they don't want the headache that comes with it they agreed that killing is not what the Rogues do
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>>78763432
Unless it gets personal.
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I always preferred "career criminals"

Yeah guys like Joker may make for more striking contrasts to the hero but you can really only use them so many times before the question, "How is he alive" stops being a gag.

Guys like Rhino, Electro and Sandman may not be as complex but you can see why they can keep coming back after getting locked up.
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>>78764448

I feel like the "career criminals" aspect is one of the reasons Spider-Man and the Flash have two of the best rogues galleries in comics.
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>>78762996
>tfw DC is cancelling the last great Batman run

Adam West Batman was too good for this world.
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>You'll be happy to know, Flash, that your words - jejeune though they were - did not fall on deaf ears. I appreciate the sentiment behind them and therefore call a truce in honor of the season.
Seriously?
>You'll have the toy to give to your young friends. I'm improving it, too.
It's not gonna blow up or anything?
>Flash. It IS Christmas.
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It's easy to miss, but this has always been my favorite touch from the Justice Lords episode where they were lobotomizing the criminals.
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>>78764614

We've still got the Batman/Man from UNCLE teamup. I'm betting that DC has more 66' plans, even if it is just teaming him up with the casts of other 60s TV shows.
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>>78764984
Hahahaha
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>>78764984
I chuckled.
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>>78764984
>scarface has the lobotomy scars, not ventriloquist

ha
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>>78759045
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>>78762632
>with Batman and Orion as the straight-men.
Orion gives free dental to criminal scum.
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>>78764448
Can anyone here convince me that Shocker isn't total shit with lame powers and a duvet for a mask?
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>>78766094
>mocking the Shocker
Don't
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>>78761970
He lost weight for star wars pretty fast
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>>78764448
Best (as in the only good) Electro costume. Spectacular Spiderman was the shit, I hope they adapt it to the movies. Have the effective origin story in the last episode against venom.
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>>78766294
What're ya gonna do, Hermie? Give me an electric shock? ...Oh wait.
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>>78762356
He's Scott Snyder, unfiltered actually.
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>>78766390
This means we could have a montage and a group fight of the symbiote suit against the sinister six, since we will never have the opportunity to show them all in a trilogy as individual villains.
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Flash's villains don't hurt civilians so there's less anger there for him to fuck there shit up
If they did rob banks and end up killing people I'm sure Flash would beat them down
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>>78766094
read his appearances in thunderbolts and the amazing foes of spider man and you will view him with a new appreciation.
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>>78766467
Yea they play by rules and villains that come on their and don't play by those rules. Get dealt with.
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>>78764448
In all honesty though
Robbing people is just as dangerous as killing people
Cops have a kill on sight order for both types
Anyone who tries to rob a casino is getting shot to death instead of risking them getting away with the money.
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>>78766571
>Cops have a kill on sight order for both types
You are fucking retarded.
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>>78766547
Now I want to read a gotham vs central city story
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>>78766475
Sure, thanks for the recc.
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>>78766094
He made a suit that can absorb massive vibrations in a prison workshop. It's basically a cost-effective version of vibranium.

Herman is a thief; he prefers not to get involved with typical super villainy. It's what makes him stand out in Peter's gallery.
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>>78766401
Can't Mock The Shock
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>>78765263
So uh.... Who is that?
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>>78766764
Captain Cold and Earth-3 Johnny Quick.
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>>78766571
>what is "fiction"
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>>78766880
Thanks, and just for clarification: is Johnny Quick shooting himself in the leg with a freeze ray, and why? Did Captain Cold have a remote trigger or something?
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>>78754098
>I can smell them in your pockeeeeets.
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>>78767031
Voice activation
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>>78753642
I love you anon, this is the perfect flash scene so fucking cozy. I don't have enough flash images, hopefully this thread will help. Anyways, how is everyone?
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>>78767270
Thanks again
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Say, you want to come over to my house?
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>>78767752
Seeing a lonely and crazy Vandal Savage. JL was so good
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>>78761877
This but also the scene on the swings with ace...
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>>78767752
this is probably one of the best episodes of an animated series i ever saw.
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>>78768580
because he's aware she'll die anyways.
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>>78756246
THE best scene in that show.
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>>78766743
I wonder if he was ever trying to armed-rob a place and got shot with his own gun, and after that was like
>ima make a weapon that can't be torn out of my hands and lightweight armor so it can't be used against me
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>>78769236
and for so many reasons
god dammit cal you shouldve kept the beard. wondy just TOLD you to keep the beard. When a woman responds to your sexual display, you fucking keep it up.
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>>78761877
>Batman can't do that with his villians because HE'S criminally insane,
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>>78766571
>Anyone who tries to rob a casino is getting shot to death instead of risking them getting away with the money.

Yeah but when it's guys like Rhino or Sandman who are basically bullet proof it's all moot.

And once Spidey beats them and they get locked up they're looking at a yearly sentence not the electric chair.

Carnage aside his foes don't go on killing sprees so no matter how many times they rob a bank or science lab they're never ever ever gonna get the death penalty or even a life sentence
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>>78753642
Justice League may have had some bland episodes but JLU hit it out of the park with nearly every one. It's the only reason I still like DC to an extent.
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>>78770270
At worst they might get a life sentence, but then you get the Sinister Six constantly bailing each other out of jail.
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>>78764448
Doc Ock's a little fatty baby.
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Best villains are villains who are genuinely nice guys who are thrown into shitty situations

Pic related, the best villain of Superman TAS and quite possibly one of the most underrated villains ever. He's just a big dumb lovable idiot who's manipulated by other villains at every turn. All Parasite wanted was a TV
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>>78766571
Actually no on all accounts. Cops don't have a kill on sight for anyone. Kill to defend themselves or citizens but not on sight. Also a casino wont risk a gun fight inside a casino because that would be worse for business then getting robbed. Casinos have a ton of security that you don't notice. Plus most big casinos have chips in there well chips that track them in the casino. They know what ones are stolen so trying to cash them in is next to impossible.
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>>78773599

And he got it. Too bad he fucked it up by teaming up with Livewire.
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>>78770333
True dat, JLU was as good as it can get animated-wise
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Super Criminals > Super Villains when it comes to street level.

It's a basic fact.

Easier to let them keep coming back, easier to do the Villain and Hero team up.
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>>78759045
The rogues invited the Flash to a christmas party as a joke, he went. Wally has a really good relationship with the Rogues. It's cat and mouse between them, not life and death.
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>>78773867

And then he died in space.
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>>78766635
>Now I want to read a gotham vs central city story
Forever Evil: Rogues rebellion.

Freeze and Ivy vs The rogues - Cold IIRC
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>>78776885
So when he showed up did they let him in and give him a beer? Was it awkward?
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>>78754283
Wonder Woman doesn't really apply. Most of her villains are mythological.
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>>78754098
His second Flash episode seemed to be channeling a lot of his Joker voice.
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>>78764984
>where they were lobotomizing the criminals.
And by "they" you mean Superman eye-lasered them all himself.
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>>78777167
Flash vol 2 issue #19 Meeting of Rogues.

From memory he parties with them all night and they bond over Barry Allen
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>>78764448
It has been stated that Joker actually has a lot of money in somewhere.
There's abad comic where he is let out from arkham without a penny, so the first think he make is to easily rob a bank without using a gun ( just some picture of the manager daughter). And in the arkham games, he's able to fund some expensive investigation to create a drug derived from bane's venom.
My point is, he probably bribed the guys who declared him legally insane over and over
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>>78769236
I loved the fact that Lobo forced his way into the JL for no reason whatsoever.
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>>78777167
Well they had to stash the latest heist plans and throw some junk in giftbags for him. Then Flash stepped out for a few attoseconds to get them all something. Then they all sat around the fireplace reminiscing about great heists and laughing at how Flash spoiled their plans. About the time Flash and Captain Cold started doing impressions of Justice League members some yahoo started causing trouble and Flash had to go to work. Thankfully he made it home in time for drunken Christmas carols and made sure everyone got home safe. Pretty sure they'll invite him for real next year.
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>>78777939
That actually sounds great. Maybe I should give Flash a chance. My only exposure was the show, and sorry to say I did not like it.
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>>78773599
I remember him as being a perv as proven by the picture you used.
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>>78778047
That's Wally as the Flash, Barry is really dry in comparison.

Mark Waid's Flash run, starting at "Born to Run" is right where you want to start if you are going to give it a go. If you pick it up chances are you aren't going to put it down, I would read up to and including the "Return of Barry Allen" arc to be sure you gave it a good chance.
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>>78754387
Or Batman could just give the joker what he wants and put a stop to it.

>After a long chase, the Joker is cornered and fishes around in his pockets for a weapon.
>One of the many 'wrong items' he pulls out and throws to the ground is a simple whoopee cushion.
>immediately after it comes a comically heavy anchor.
>*phlbbbbbt*
>Batman Chuckles a bit
>Joker suddenly stops rummaging and looks up to Batman with a 'what the fuck!?!' look on his face
>batman is shuddering, biting his bottom lip with a tear rolling down his cheek
>Joker takes looks down at the cushion and gives it firm press with his foot
>*PLHBBBBTTT!!*
>Suddenly batman just erupts into laughter. Laughter that fills the rusted and moldy walls of Gotham's famous Abandoned Warehouse 836-Q
>He is just inconsolable. tears are rolling down his face and the constant laughter causes him to cough occasionally
>The Jokers quizzical look turns into a face full of rage.
>"Fart jokes?" He asks as the muscles in his face lock up and the veins in his head and neck bulge
>"AFTER ALL THESE YEARS AND THE SLEEPLESS NIGHTS OF PLANNING AND EVEN MORE OF BACK BREAKING LABOR, IT WAS FART JOKES THE WHOLE TIME!?!?"
>He waits, hoping for some type of answer from the still laughing Batman, who acts as if his mortal enemy isn't even there.
>The dumbfounded Joker drags his feet out of the warehouse and turns himself in at the gate of arkham asylum.
>He never smiles again, and every so often, the halls of arkham erupt with a shotr, simple phrase.
>"FAAAAART JOOOOOKES!?!?!"
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>>78778336
I'll cross my fingers and keep an eye out for a storytime at some point. Thanks, anon.
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>>78778444
Good luck. I've been dreaming of someone story timing Waid's run since I joined /co/
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>>78778994
I am knew to /co/ . I didn't realize that shit wasn't storytimed here. I have the whole run but I'm at work and can't dump it :(
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>>78754323
The real world's mental health system is pretty rotten too.
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>>78764751
>that time humanite donated to public radio and snitched out the league of doom for it

Is humanite really this "nice" most of the time?
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>>78780068
He's selfishly evil in a way that benefits the good guys. If he can't rule the world, no one else gets to either, and he takes a great deal of enjoyment in seeing other villains getting their comeuppance.
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>>78764984
is the 3rd one victor freeze?
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>>78762092
god joker sucks now
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>>78773599


he tried to rape her in that episode
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>>78780925

no but the 4th one is
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>>78754426
zing!
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>>78766094
Aw c'mon man... low blow.
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Its good to see Mark Hammil not be the Joker or Luke
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>>78754120
Mark Hamill played him in JLU too pal.
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>>78783720
and you wouldn't?
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>>78779188
Do it when you get home.
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>>78787403
Well shows how much I know.
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>>78762597
They know that it's stupid to bring down the wrath of the heroes on them. It's better for business to stay under their radar. Cold's said this a few times, it's the premise of his rules.
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>>78778047
I do think you should give Flash a chance, but sad to say >>78777939 is shitting you. There IS a story about Wally attending Captain Cold's party though, and it's lots of fun. I'll storytime it.
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>>78788628
Thanks for this m80, lovely thing to wake up to
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>>78788647
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>>78788665
No problem!
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>>78788684
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>>78788703
Hehe, minor gaffe there. Someone mislabeled the first panel's speaker bubble so Wally/Connie's line was assigned to Chunk.
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>>78788717
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>>78788733
There's actually a really weird gaffe or change coming up, in which Trickster's dialogue was slightly changed in the digital comic for reasons I can't understand.
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>>78788793
See where Trickster says "That scumbag!"? In the original version of the comic, he says "That impostor!" Why on earth would they change that?
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>>78788824
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>>78788869
After this page there's a big jump in page count due to an unrelated mini-comic inserted within the issue.
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>>78788869
I'll be honest, I read that as "cheeky slut" first. I think that's better.
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>>78788892
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>>78788916
That basically sums up Wally in those days anyway.

Lisa has her hot-button issues.
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>>78788944
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>>78788824
I do not know the Rogues, but I am loving this. Rainbow Baron and The Missing Monopoly Man are great.
>You're always baiting me!
Would make a good reaction image.
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>>78788944
>"I vowed to kill everything he loved"
>"What about Wally?"
>"Allen's dead, why bother?"

So does she not count his sidekick as "those he loves?
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>>78789008
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>>78789036
As someone thats only familiarity with the flash is from Justice League and the TV show, this is really messing me up. Every villain is a pervert and there's an enormous black stereotype called chunk

It's still really fun though
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>>78789036

>>78789016
Heh, the last time I storytimed this, somebody made that into a reaction image titled 'do not engage Australian posters.jpg'

>>78789020
I guess not, because she never targetted Wally back in the day, even though she went after Iris repeatedly and Barry's parents once.
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>>78789065
To be fair, it's only Boomerang, who even today seems to be "the Rogue the other Rogues don't like."
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>>78788666
bravo, two bad ends in one page

>thanks satan
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>>78789078
>>78789065
The red-haired Dr Alchemy (Alvin Desmond) was always hilariously disgusting, even worse than Captain Boomerang. Which is funny, because his counterpart/alter ego (Albert Desmond) was always really straightlaced.
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>>78789122
>>78789101
Alvin (the red-haired guy who turned Golden Glider's underwear to gold) used to have porn mags and visited prostitutes even in the 1980s. He was pretty crass.
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>>78789078
"A stinkin stoolie!"

I miss hilariously awful accents
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>>78789162
What?
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>>78789162
And this is the last page. Hope everyone enjoyed the story and the Rogues!
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>>78789016
Fresh memes, straight from the oven.
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>>78789162
Yeah, but you mentioned he was more of a Jerkyl and Hyde situation, and I'm guessing that was his alter ego who apologized by turning her necklace into gold.
Kind of balances out, although I admit to only knowing about post-Waid Flash.
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>>78789187
Where can I read these at?
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>>78789209
You can torrent them fairly easily. This is the first run of the Flash's 2nd volume, where Wally was The Flash after Barry "died".
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>>78789187
Wow that was actually really good. Although Colds realization at the end is a bit . . well come on, Gods? Captain Boomerang and a man with a cold gun.

Thanks
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>>78789185
See the "Girly mag".
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>>78789235
Is that from the same company as "Porn mag" and "Babes"?
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>>78788965
oh yeah
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>>78789235
I was wondering what it was Chunk did, why did all those random people show up?
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>>78789235
>>78789202
The stuff with the two Als is...complicated. Originally (and when these stories came out), Alvin was Albert's "astral twin", basically his double which shared good and evil. Much later, Alvin was retconned into a construct of the Philosopher's Stone, and seemingly Albert's alternate personality given physical form. But Alvin was crass and rude where Albert was polite and reserved.
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>>78789253
Later the Rogues had a mag called "Big Uns".

>>78789265
Chunk has a pocket dimension inside him, and an unfortunate tendancy to accidentally absorb people. Here he'd actually released some of the people trapped inside his pocket dimension.
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>>78789326
Jesus fuck, I was joking. Christ, this is the kind of silly shit that I look for in Ms. Marvel backgrounds.
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>>78789232
It's a stretch for some of them, but Cold's gun reaches below absolute zero. No that doesn't make scientific sense (if you want to be slightly less ridiculous, just say it reaches absolute zero), but the guy can stop all thermal motion. I can see why he'd think highly of himself.

With Boomerang it made less sense in those days because he didn't have any powers, but eh. Guess he didn't want to leave out his pal.
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>>78789358
It's just dumb fun, I really like the rogues and I like the idea of them celebrating together. Also the mutual respect between them and Barry is always cool. Any more examples of villains sharing some drinks over times gone? Except for the Civil War stuff where the Punisher just murders 40 d tier villains at a bar
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The DCAU was so fucking good. Even the "worst" it has to offer (Zeta Project) is pretty decent.
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>>78789187
This was really fun. Thanks for the storytime
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>>78766094
he must be serious business is spidey would chase him to the ends of the earth
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sMk-HPBF6Mw
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>>78753642
>tumblr
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>>78789162
whatever happened to Chunk?
Is he retconed out of existance?
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>>78790333
Well NOW I think he is, what with Flashpoint. I vaguely remember seeing him during Waid of John's Flash run, I don't remember which.
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>>78790333
>>78790386
Yeah, he appeared in an issue of Johns' Flash. Plunder shot him to pierce his singularity and turned him into a black hole, but Wally and STAR Labs saved him.

He actually appeared briefly in Flashpoint too, but never since then.
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>>78788824
Australians first developing their famed reputation
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>>78762092
Wow writer-kun, thats pretty good!

What series is it from?
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This thread is completely forgetting Geoff Johns' new Rogues who were all Batman tier assholes and nutbags. Murmur, Girder, and then there's old foes like Grodd who likes to eats brains, Dr Alchemy who's just a total dipshit when it comes to other people, etc.
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>>78766401
>Electric

have you ever read a comicbook?
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>>78766387
It's easy to do when you're serious about it - diet and exercise, fewer calories in, more calories out. But you have to commit. Most people complain that they can't lose weight because they're half-assing one or the other (or both).

Mark didn't really have a choice in the matter, if he wanted to be part of the sequels he had to lose the weight. He did so without complaint because he's a professional - Carrie Fisher, on the other hand...
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>>78788824
Was the impostor in this case Boomerang?
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>>78789190
Saved with gratitude.
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>>78791756
Once I had the idea of making a book about a revolutionary new weight-loss plan. The ERE Diet. I would write a book and everything. The first page would say "Eat Right", and the second would say, "Exercise".

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