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Turf, p2

April 19, 2019 by Tim


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foducool
foducool
2 years ago

lol that backfired pretty fast

huh
huh
2 years ago

huh

Nobody
Nobody
2 years ago

This is why if you bring an immobilizing less than lethal weapon to the party you also need to carry something to safely counteract it.

Glue bomb to trap target but solvent spray to get it off accidental victims and the air way of actual targets.

Him.
Him.
2 years ago
Reply to  Nobody

“Now I’ll drop this Dissolver Bomb to get the glue off of you-”
“Ohgodidontwannadiepleasepleaseplease”

The rAt
The rAt
2 years ago
Reply to  Nobody

Not just bystanders, but the intended victim, too. What were you going to do? Take back the purse, then leave the thief to live out the remainder of his days stuck to the sidewalk?

I’m all for deterring crime, but low-level, non-violent criminals permanently plastered to the sidewalk at regular intervals seems both inconvenient and unsustainable.

tiamatt
tiamatt
2 years ago
Reply to  The rAt

Spiderman gets away with it all the time! And many times hanging from high up places like lamp posts, which would make getting the criminals down safely a giant pain.

The rAt
The rAt
2 years ago
Reply to  tiamatt

Spider-man is a menace!

Seriously, though, I believe Spider-man’s webs are canonically established to degrade naturally after a few hours.

That has some disturbing ramifications for the villains he leaves “hanging around” at heights where terminal velocity can be achieved, but you certainly can’t make the argument they’ll be there indefinitely.

Tyler Provick
2 years ago
Reply to  The rAt

Terminal velocity is the speed at which drag and gravity equalize and acceleration stops. Basically, max speed for a falling object.

It is not the speed at which a falling person will die when they hit the ground.

James Rye
James Rye
2 years ago

Okay, rule number 1, Ethan: NEVER tell a citizen you gonna BOMB them with something!

Seriously, what are they teaching at Hero Schools today? XD

Well, I guess such a school or at least “schooling” for Vigilantes would be helpful, especially if kids are starting to find superpowers about them which I bet is superscary and superawesome for them at first but try to be a superpowerless parent to a child that can breath fire, fly away or is strong as hulk while being a five year old boy.^^;

Scortch
Scortch
2 years ago

Oh Ethan, you are helping Emily validate her point.

Unvoiced
Unvoiced
2 years ago
Reply to  Scortch

So much this

Timothy
Timothy
2 years ago

You fucked up Ethan

Tue
Tue
2 years ago

Ok ok … rule number one: don´t tell people you are going to lube them up unless you got an established safe word – and I´m certain his safe word isn´t “police!”.

Ofc the whole bit with “oil bomb” and then “incendiary bomb” might not have helped either.

Sider
Sider
2 years ago

“Don’t fire unless you know what’s behind your target.”

Ashi
Ashi
2 years ago

Is there an “Emily” anywhere on set?

Him.
Him.
2 years ago

Lube, Oil, Incendiary.
Problem found.

Keenhail
Keenhail
2 years ago

Am I the only one who thinks Ethan’s new gadget is from The Division 2?

Tim
Tim
2 years ago

This whole thing reminds me of various trick arrows from the Thief games. MAN you could pick the wrong arrow at times…

Ceomyr
Ceomyr
2 years ago

‘Costumed supers aren’t all like that Emmy, I mean, I am, but I’m pretty shit. Most costumed supers are better than that. Look uh… I mean well, but uh… sorry.’

Ragman
Ragman
2 years ago

Emily says –

S – Superheros
P – Produce
L – Lots
O – Of
O – Odiferous
M – Messes
!

Chris
Chris
2 years ago

Anyone else getting browser hijacked?

Christopher
Christopher
2 years ago

I’m not on the phone I was before with the screenshot, but when here reading the comments of a recent post, Chrome got redirected to some random .info site. I dropped a comment on that post, but I’m not sure if it saved properly.

Jon
Jon
2 years ago

The irony is, they haven’t done anything really heroic… most of what they stopped, they caused in the first place. That’s not heroic.

That’s the problem superheroes often have, they get villains who target them, who would likely not have ever become a threat if the heroes hadn’t provoked them.