Captain American and Namor And The Human Torch

Captain American and Namor And The Human Torch

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    16 Responses to Captain American and Namor And The Human Torch

    1. how is the human torch around to fight Nazis?

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    2. DIE YOU MOTHERFUCKING NAZIS, DIE. tiki posted this one especially for me. God bless American superheroes.

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    3. dont forget about Namor!
      GOD BLESS ATLANTEAN SUPERHEROES!!!

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    4. @dieAntagonista: dont forget about Namor!
      GOD BLESS ATLANTEAN SUPERHEROES!!!

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    5. @TrikYodz: Oi. I was sure it would turn out that one of them is not actually American. Ugh. The geek in me just died a little bit.

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    6. @dieAntagonista: I mean nerd. OK great, now the American in me died a little bit.

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    7. @dieAntagonista: its okay, i double commented. now the nerd died alittle bit in me too. and every time i go to europe (and love it, may i add) the american dies in me a little bit too. so were about even.

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    8. @TrikYodz: Sweet, I on the other hand love America. Unfortunately I’ve never been there so the Austrian in me didn’t have a chance yet to die. So do you mean that they were mean to you? I have an American friend who said he had to pretend he was from when Canadia when he came here. Just don’t take these pretentious Europeans seriously. If they judge an entire country by only one man, or only the people they see on TV, then fuck them. Besides, all Europeans wish they were a little more American, trust me.

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    9. The “Human” Torch was actually an android created by scientist Phineas Horton. He possessed the ability to surround himself with fire and control flames. In his earliest appearances, he was portrayed as a science fiction monstrosity, but quickly became a hero.

      The Human Torch was one of Timely Comics’ three signature characters, along with Captain America and Namor the Sub-Mariner. Like many superheroes, the Human Torch fell into obscurity by the 1950s. In 1961, Marvel recycled his name and powers into a new, unrelated Human Torch, a member of the Fantastic Four (who, among other things, actually was human). Unlike Captain America and the Sub-Mariner, the original Human Torch has had only a small presence in the post-1950s Marvel comic books and is closely associated with the Golden Age.

      en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_Torch_(android)

      (I love copy/paste)

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    10. @zeblic
      Thank you sir. I learned something today!

      (playing in head: the more you know)

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    11. WTH…D-Day again?
      Has the american military actually done nothing but stomping on civilians for the last six decades, or why is there appearantly no other heroic time for Americans to put on skin-tight suits and beat up real troublemakers?

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    12. couple things, why is namor beating Nazi with a cross lol.

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      dia is austria a communist country? i know what you will tell me but from the way you describe how you want to go other places instead of staying there. (based on generals knowledge without wiki or google)

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    13. @ColombianMonkey: Haha, it’s not officially a communist country no. But judging from the behaviour of the authorities, might as well be. Yea it’s awful here.

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    14. @dieAntagonista: i guess that came out wrong. what i was meaning to say, is i love the country and alot of things about it, but the people and the negative exposure that goes around and it makes us look like humungous idiots. i guess i hate how america glorifies itself and its overall mentality. but other than that its a great place. *thumbs up*
      but europe man. you guys seem to have most of it figured out! more or less

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    15. @TrikYodz: Heh that’s why I asked, I wasn’t sure what you meant. ^_^
      Yeah there is enough negative exposure just as you said, but it’s with most countries like that. If you’re intelligent enough to know that not all Americans are like that then everything should be fine.
      You know, the one thing I like about America more than about Europe, is that you know there are issues, and you’re trying to fix them. As ‘great’ as Europe is, we’re pretentious, we don’t try to solve anything. Which is probably worse than your situation.

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