>character somehow comes into possession of a magical pen that makes drawings real
>can create absolutely anything, with any properties he imagines whether it's visually represented or not, even clearly magical ones, even more powerful than the pen itself
>doesn't immediately draw a pill that he imagines turns him into God
I don't understand.
>know everything all at once
>know exactly what the future is like and how you will react to it
>in fact you've already reacted to it because you exist at all points in time and space
>you've instantly and effortlessly finished everything you will ever do. there is no more change for you. life is static forever
Sounds boring. God's too powerful.
I would draw a sandwich.
>Characters whose powers involve drawing are always really good at drawing
I mean, it definitely makes sense but I'd love to see the opposite.
Like the samurai dude in One Piece. His drawings come to life but he's shit at it.
>Hero refuses to kill
>People ask hero why he won't kill/make fun of him/don't respect him
>Hero kills someone
>The world looks at him like a monster for doing so
What were they expecting? What did they want?
>complain about stupid cop in cartoon
>post an image from a cartoon where the cop is actually competent
competent by family guy standard, at least.
Are you a cartoon cop, anon?
>Hero refuses to kill, to the point of risking his life and the life of others to save a remorseless mass murderer
>Hero unblinkingly kills someone 15 minutes later
Axe Cop made it so Axe Cop got a pencil that could draw anything.
He tried to draw a monster to fight and it fell apart because he was an awful artist.
He then spent the next year practicing his art to the point he could perfectly duplicate anything.
They still have to show up its there jobs, plus a majority of the time the hero is not sanctioned by the government and is a vigilante
And they can still make sure people stay calm and can evacuate people when 2 start throwing cars at each other
>One character starts explaining something to another character
>Cuts to another scene after a long time has clearly gone by, but the character is still talking as if directly continuing from the first scene