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  1. Invisible arrows that a mere mortal can't even...

    Invisible arrows that a mere mortal can't even see? :p
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    There's a fine line between "not saving" people...

    There's a fine line between "not saving" people and a Buddhist execution. IE, if you're the reason they NEED saving, then you're responsible for their death even if you don't kill them yourself.
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  3. Or a magic assassin who uses invisibility spells...

    Or a magic assassin who uses invisibility spells and teleportation to sneak up on you. :D
  4. Yeah it doesn't feel like the sort of scenario...

    Yeah it doesn't feel like the sort of scenario that can last indefinitely.
  5. Orphan/Mr. Sensitive... and the other 100 or so...

    Orphan/Mr. Sensitive... and the other 100 or so mutants seen in X-statix.
  6. Well teleportation as an ability is often used as...

    Well teleportation as an ability is often used as a method for magic characters to escape combat. But yeah magic characters in general are typically wizards who avoid melee combat.
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    The laws actually have pretty broad definitions...

    The laws actually have pretty broad definitions for "catch-all" crimes. I remember one supervillain who was billed as coming from a future where tech had been invented that let him do things that...
  8. Well the only villain stuff Selene's been up to...

    Well the only villain stuff Selene's been up to is annoying Captain America. Seriously... most one sided fight EVER! She nailed him with one energy blast then walked off while he lay on the floor....
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    Luthor should get into more fights with other...

    Luthor should get into more fights with other villains. doesn't make sense for them to be cool with some of his schemes.
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    Which makes it a bit pointless. It's still on...

    Which makes it a bit pointless. It's still on you if you choose to leave an enemy to their death.
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    Superhuman beauty says perfect skin :p

    Superhuman beauty says perfect skin :p
  12. Obviously not. That would mean abandoning the...

    Obviously not. That would mean abandoning the idea of shipping her with male superheroes. :D the original Amazon concept doesn't involve avoiding "contact" with men. It was a matter of "we live...
  13. I've always found that odd. Then in HoM we see...

    I've always found that odd. Then in HoM we see her with actual biological wings. Which raises the question... why did she have a combat suit with mechanical wings at all? Were they prosthetic limb...
  14. If you really really want consistency? yeah it'd...

    If you really really want consistency? yeah it'd be great.

    Even more so for mid-range characters where the specific shade of skin is actually an important hint as to their background. Sabra for...
  15. Which suggests that those 28 unnamed characters...

    Which suggests that those 28 unnamed characters were all equally unique.
  16. Coolest visor he ever had was the one from his...

    Coolest visor he ever had was the one from his tenure as "Erik the Red". That one had matching gloves and made his optic blasts come out of the gloves.
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    The Golden Age actually was fond of going "ok...

    The Golden Age actually was fond of going "ok this year it's Universe 547 where Bruce is actually a govt spy" or equally continuity ignoring nonsense and just running with it.
  18. A story? About who? That's where it gets...

    A story? About who? That's where it gets interesting. Everyone Marvel's hired as a writer has had the ability to write a decent story... the question is about who? For example: writer A might be...
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    With the Superman revenge squad they had grudges...

    With the Superman revenge squad they had grudges because Superman had sent them to prison. That makes it personal for the bad guys at least.
  20. It's also a lot like M-Day where most mutants...

    It's also a lot like M-Day where most mutants simply got turned into normal humans.
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    Not all of them were EVER slaves. Some of them...

    Not all of them were EVER slaves. Some of them sere indentured servants and most of them were free men after their service contract ran out.
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    This also goes a long ways towards explaining why...

    This also goes a long ways towards explaining why some characters are basically future sidekick fodder. They're Supers who really don't actually pose much of a threat, not because they lack power,...
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    Not all were slaves, especially in the north.

    Not all were slaves, especially in the north.
  24. Yeah, one criticism you often see is writers...

    Yeah, one criticism you often see is writers trying to write a character they really don't "get" and thus the character comes off as a caricature. It's probably part of why some writers just don't...
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    Living or dead they still get permanently removed...

    Living or dead they still get permanently removed from society.
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