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Which Comic Hero Is You?

 
Michael Ernest
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I don't see myself as a Spiderman. More like a Kamandi.
 
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I would want to be Ultraman.
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I am SimpleMan
Who loves Lazyness and wants peace.
And for peace who might shout dirty words too
 
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<quote src="Monty Python">Bicycle Repair Man</quote>
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superman
 
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Phantom. I love that jungle, pigmies, Hero, Devil, Dolphins and Diana. Gosh, thats some life.
I know he is a bit old fashioned, but in the evenings I would like to be MAX STEEL.
 
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Blah! Who wants to be a super hero. I would rather be the villain. The Beyonder suits me.
 
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Mapraputa Is
 
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My Name says it all.
http://www.tintin.com
http://www.tintin.com/uk/perso_fr/tinti_fr.html
Since I was 10, I always wanted to be Tintin when I grew up.
 
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I want to be Dogbert.
 
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Originally posted by Michael Ernest:
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Real name: Wanda Maximoff Isn't "Maximoff" a male last name?
Occupation: Adventurer, former criminal
Wanda Maximoff now fights for the greater good of all mankind.
Chief among these are her probability-altering hex-spheres -- finite pockets of reality-disrupting, psionic force that cause random disturbances in the molecular-level probability fields surrounding their targets. As a result, unlikely phenomena occur. - I like it!
But wait... What is it - her fighting skills exceed her intelligence? Well... this is very true, I guess
 
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Real name: Wanda Maximoff Isn't "Maximoff" a male last name?
Comics writers aren't particularly cognizant of such things. :roll: What's an appropriate female version anyway - Maximova or some such? Originally though she and her bother were always together, so "Wanda and Pietro Maximoff" seemed to make sense. Even if the writers knew better, having different last names for a brother and sister would probably have been deemed too confusing for young US audiences. And it's entirely possible that "Maximoff" is what got stamped on her papers whenever she emigrated to the US, and she didn't care enough to change it.
Anyway, who knows what naming conventions are appropriate for Romany in the fictional country of Wundagore? Is "Maximoff" even a Romany name?
Occupation: Adventurer, former criminal
Indeed. In fact, you and your brother probably should have appeared in the X-Men movie among the bad guys.
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I think Blondie is truely my alter-ego .
 
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Originally posted by Michael Ernest:
Jason Menard

Heh... Dr. Octopus... I can live with that. I always saw myself as more of the crusading type, but evil genius is good too.
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Aiken Drum - ok maybe not a superhero but he had some pretty cool powers when all was said and done.
 
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Originally posted by Dave Vick:
Aiken Drum - ok maybe not a superhero but he had some pretty cool powers when all was said and done.

Like what you think matters! This is Dave Vick.
 
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Originally posted by Victor Von Doom:
Comics writers aren't particularly cognizant of such things. What's an
appropriate female version anyway - Maximova or some such?

Maximova will work. Here is my attempt to "maprapute" Maximova, i.e. to represent an authentic variant:
Makcimoba
Even if the writers knew better, having different last names for a brother and sister would probably have been deemed too confusing for young US audiences.
What can I say... :roll:
And it's entirely possible that "Maximoff" is what got stamped on her papers whenever she emigrated to the US, and she didn't care enough to change it.
Ah, this is perfectly possible. My papers exhibit 3 variants of my last name spelling - live evidence of futile attempts to represent a beauty of Slavic names in a poor, reduced local alphabet.
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Q: To what question is the answer "9W."
A: "Dr. Wiener, do you spell your name with a V?"
 
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Jason Menard, take two.
 
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Ok, Victor Von Doom, you got ME started with your falsely intellectual "Why Spiderman has mask" theory, now try to stop him :roll:
 
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Bah! Doom does not engage in Meaningless Drivel.
 
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In MIRC chat in Pune/Bangalore channel there is a guy who once in a while chat with name PsuedoIntellect
somebody stop ME
 
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Originally posted by Michael Ernest:
Jason Menard, take two.

"Wolverine - later, he became Weapon X, an operative for the Canadian government."
An operative for the Canadian government? To do what? Drink Molson and eat back bacon while designing modern igloos?
 
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