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    Default The Best Comic Book For You Test

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    Cable & Deadpool is the best comic for you!




    You'd probably like reading Cable & Deadpool comics.
    Cable/Deadpool is one of two Marvel comics I included in this test - and that really says something about it. And anyone that has ever heard of Deadpool knows what I'm talking about. Deadpool is awesome. He's Wade Wilson, the always sarcastic Merc With a Mouth that constantly breaks the fourth wall. In recent times, Deadpool is the guy who broke a guy out of jail, then kidnapped him, then kicked the crap out of him all so he could prove to everyone why he was so great. He was also recently miniaturized and put on a keychain (and still managed to beat the crap out of his captor.) You're probably wondering why the comic is called Cable & Deadpool - well, it's because they teamed him up with Cable. But lately we haven't seen much of Cable, who I presume is off running his man-made country and having sex with Domino - which is good, because Deadpool is a much better character and the writers are smart to focus on him instead. You'll love Deadpool. Everyone loves Deadpool. Especially Deadpool.

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    You'd probably like reading Action Comics/Superman comics.



    Superman. He's the center of the DC Universe. You'll be hard pressed to find anyone in any civilized nation that hasn't heard of Superman. He's the Man of Steel, the orphaned alien, the immigrant from the stars. He stands for Truth, Justice, and the American Way. He's Superman. And he's awesome. And his stories are awesome. That's probably why you got this result, because YOU are awesome. The issues of Superman have been great lately. In Action Comics, Richard Donner has been lending a hand to tell the story of Superman adopting a young superpowered boy - which turns out to be the son of his nemesis Zod. In Superman comics, Superman is being forewarned that his presence and the reliance of the people on him will be the world's undoing. Epic tales, action and suspense, Superman - this is the comic for you.


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    Yeah this guy seems to prefer DC... only 2 marvel comics. :\

    On a side-note... I never realized Thor was such ownage.
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    You'd probably like reading Teen Titans comics.
    Teen Titans is great. It's a group of young superheroes learning and training to be adult superheroes. It's very popular among the high school crowd - but I have yet to meet a "mature" comic reader that doesn't love the Titans. It's absolutely fascinating to watch these kids come into their own through trial and error. And I have to say, I'm a big fan of the Titans reboot. Ravager and Kid Devil are a great addition to the Titans storyline and so far, the stories have been GREAT (ESPECIALLY since they've had appearances by Doom Patrol). Still, it's hard to read Titans without Superboy. Especially when we see Cassie and Tim. It's got to be rough on those two. But who knows what'll happen between them.

    Interesting results, seeing as how I sorta liked the show when I watched it with my younger sister Lol.
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    Green Arrow
    is the best comic for you!

    You'd probably like reading Green Arrow comics.

    Green Arrow, aka Oliver Queen, the mayor of Star City, is easily one of the most political comics of the DC lineup. He has also slept with pretty much every female in the DCU, regardless of whether they're married or not. Also, his one of his sidekicks got addicted to heroin, another is an HIV-positive ex-prostitute. Of course, these are in no way indicative of your own personality traits - but based on your responses, you might find Green Arrow's stories interesting. And really, they're not horrible. They're especially good when Green Arrow is at odds with Batman (which is often). It's not a particular favorite of mine - but it's at least worth a read.

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    Robin

    You'd probably like reading Robin comics.
    Robin. The Boy Wonder. Tim Drake. Batman's young sidekick. You know what I really like about this comic? The fact that it's not so much about Robin being Batman's sidekick, as it is about Robin - and just as often, about Tim Drake. The teenage crimefighter trained by the world's greatest detective, but at the same time, the kid struggling to reconcile his real life with his secret life. Robin shows up a lot in the DCU - in Batman, in Teen Titans - but having his own comic gives us a side of Robin we don't usually get. It's like reading his diary while watching him kick ass, and it's absolutely fascinating. You'll love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silently Honest View Post
    You'd probably like reading Action Comics/Superman comics.



    Superman. He's the center of the DC Universe. You'll be hard pressed to find anyone in any civilized nation that hasn't heard of Superman. He's the Man of Steel, the orphaned alien, the immigrant from the stars. He stands for Truth, Justice, and the American Way. He's Superman. And he's awesome. And his stories are awesome. That's probably why you got this result, because YOU are awesome. The issues of Superman have been great lately. In Action Comics, Richard Donner has been lending a hand to tell the story of Superman adopting a young superpowered boy - which turns out to be the son of his nemesis Zod. In Superman comics, Superman is being forewarned that his presence and the reliance of the people on him will be the world's undoing. Epic tales, action and suspense, Superman - this is the comic for you.


    Daredevil wasn't an option...
    Same. And actually I'm a fan of Daredevil myself

    W00t!No Vertigo recommendations? This test sucks.

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    Green Arrow
    is the best comic for you!



    You'd probably like reading Green Arrow comics.
    Green Arrow, aka Oliver Queen, the mayor of Star City, is easily one of the most political comics of the DC lineup. He has also slept with pretty much every female in the DCU, regardless of whether they're married or not. Also, his one of his sidekicks got addicted to heroin, another is an HIV-positive ex-prostitute. Of course, these are in no way indicative of your own personality traits - but based on your responses, you might find Green Arrow's stories interesting. And really, they're not horrible. They're especially good when Green Arrow is at odds with Batman (which is often). It's not a particular favorite of mine - but it's at least worth a read.

    *grunt* So, why are they almost all superhero/vigilante comics? Could think of a good number that aren't, but I suppose that just makes them harder to use on a silly test. :P
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    Cable & Deadpool
    Cable/Deadpool is one of two Marvel comics I included in this test - and that really says something about it. And anyone that has ever heard of Deadpool knows what I'm talking about. Deadpool is awesome. He's Wade Wilson, the always sarcastic Merc With a Mouth that constantly breaks the fourth wall. In recent times, Deadpool is the guy who broke a guy out of jail, then kidnapped him, then kicked the crap out of him all so he could prove to everyone why he was so great. He was also recently miniaturized and put on a keychain (and still managed to beat the crap out of his captor.) You're probably wondering why the comic is called Cable & Deadpool - well, it's because they teamed him up with Cable. But lately we haven't seen much of Cable, who I presume is off running his man-made country and having sex with Domino - which is good, because Deadpool is a much better character and the writers are smart to focus on him instead. You'll love Deadpool. Everyone loves Deadpool. Especially Deadpool.

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