Dan Majestic writes from New York an interesting historical account of superheroes the clothes they where and the theories behind the super heroes and the politically incorrect. What’s the point of them exactly?
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The Education Of A Superhero The evil Gamesman has a plan to hypnotize all the young people and wreak havoc upon the city. He transmits an hypnotic signal via arcade games using his ‘hypno-sound machine.’ Meanwhile Francis Byte, a teenage video game prodigy, is doing so well on one particular game that it explodes.
This results in him transforming into the new superhero VIDEOMAN. The hypnotized teenagers gather in Central Park where both the Spider-Friends and the very inexperienced Videoman attempt to foil the Gamesman's scheme.
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Find out more about tiny IQs and the reasons behind the stories of the supernatural and stupid memorabilia licomics, ke toy figures, posters from superhero movie sales surrounding films like Spiderman.
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Read all about Batman over on Stirring Trouble Internationally and how driving in fancy cars in silly costumes is thought to be very popular with women.The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam (And the Crusades) is a controversial book by Robert Spencer, the director of Jihad Watch. It is part of The Politically Incorrect Guide series by Regnery Publishing.
|Superman making his debut in Action Comics No.1 (June 1938). Cover art by Joe Shuster. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
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