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    I like this one that Kara has used at least twice that I know of:

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    Quote Originally Posted by seismic-2 View Post
    I like this one that Kara has used at least twice that I know of:

    Supergirl_21.jpg
    What's sweet and kinda sad about Kara is that you kinda suspect she says things like that because she heard her parents talk that way. In a sense, Kal-El never knew his parents or Krypton so he didn't really experience the same kind of total loss in childhood that she did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A Small Talent For War View Post
    What's sweet and kinda sad about Kara is that you kinda suspect she says things like that because she heard her parents talk that way. In a sense, Kal-El never knew his parents or Krypton so he didn't really experience the same kind of total loss in childhood that she did.
    It’s not a difference that’s ever really been explored (to my knowledge), but it’s a big difference yeah.
    Same applies to Martian Manhunter, when he and Superman are compared.

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    Speaking of animation...

    Transformers had a memorable one...







    A bit obscure, but nonetheless memorable would be Kenshin Himura (Rurouni Kenshin):







    And of course, the all-time classic...

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    "What's Up Doc? and "Ain't I a Stinker?" by Bugs Bunny

    "Ruh Roh!" by Scooby Doo

    "Inconceivable!" by Vizzini in the Princess Bride

    "I'm Mad as Hell and I am not going to take it any more!" by Howard Beale in Network

    “Yipee kayaye, m****rf*****r!” John McClane in Die Hard

    "Precious, my precious" Gollum, LOTR

    "Feed Me, Seymour!" Audrey, Little Shop of Horrors

    "Avengers Assemble!" usually Captain America in the Avengers

    "By the Hoary Hosts of Hoggarth" Doc Strange

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    The corner of the Marvel Universe which belongs to Spider-Man has many favorites...


    1. Venom (Eddie Brock)


    2. Spider-Man 2099 (Miguel O'Hara)





    3. Dr. Octopus (Spectacular Spider-Man)


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    Satyr and Circe by Vampirella

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    Nero Wolfe had a fun repertoire.

    You can find a bunch of books I wrote stories for here. The weekly column is here.

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    I don't have a favorite one but I do have one that annoyed me.
    Psylocke

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Hatcher View Post
    Nero Wolfe had a fun repertoire.

    Oh my lord I loved that series! So much fun.

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    I certainly hope you read the books, they're awesome. I myself have contributed in a small way to the canon.
    You can find a bunch of books I wrote stories for here. The weekly column is here.

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    "By the white wolf!" is one as well as "By the goddess!" Maybe because its Claremont but I say the last especially quite a bit.

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    I don't know if she still uses it, but I used to love Wonder Woman's "Great Hera" exclamation in the 1970s.

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