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  1. Who's the green leg under She-Hulk?

    Who's the green leg under She-Hulk?
  2. Dear G-d, I would kill someone to see either...

    Dear G-d, I would kill someone to see either Carnivale or Pushing Daisies come back. Those are, hands-down, my two favorite shows ever.
  3. Thread: Thor #1 spoilers

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    He came back at the end of the Thor and Loki...

    He came back at the end of the Thor and Loki Original Sin tie-in.
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    Brevoort said this...

    Brevoort said this back in January:



    I'm pretty sure he's said before that trade sales count, too. So basically, you're helping the comic no matter what so long as you're not stealing or...
  5. What's your point here? The grammar rule is the...

    What's your point here? The grammar rule is the grammar rule. Unless you want to talk about women's place in Norse society? Whether or not the real Norse had female warriors is still being...
  6. Purdue University advises the use of "they" as an...

    Purdue University advises the use of "they" as an alternative to "he" in order to avoid offense, thereby acknowledging that use of "he" as grammatically valid, though not preferable:


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  7. Since English has no gender-neutral pronouns that...

    Since English has no gender-neutral pronouns that apply in this case, "he" is traditionally used as the gender-neutral option. "They" is also used, but that's honestly a stylistic choice; both work...
  8. Translating a piece of text most definitely does...

    Translating a piece of text most definitely does change things. When you translate from Spanish to English you necessarily have to remove gender for it to be correct in English, since English...
  9. Unfortunately, yeah. I used to know how to do...

    Unfortunately, yeah. I used to know how to do them in Word, but I forgot... The names of the letters are thorn and eth, respectively, if you want to google them.
  10. No, "Thor" is the Modern English version of the...

    No, "Thor" is the Modern English version of the Norse name rr. Also, Odin is the English version of inn. So your logic doesn't really apply here.
  11. The comic is written in English. English grammar...

    The comic is written in English. English grammar rules and language conventions apply, not Norse or Icelandic.
  12. Grammatically speaking, this is a non-issue. ...

    Grammatically speaking, this is a non-issue. English has no gender-neutral pronouns, so traditionally the masculine pronoun has been used for an antecedent that has no stated gender. So in reality...
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