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Funny story: A new superhero rises

A new superhero rises

Slower than Boris Johnson. More powerful than she should be. Able to make tremendous leaps of logic in a single sentence. Look! Up at number 10. It's Thatcher. No, Are you sure? It looks a lot like Thatcher. No, it's Blunder-Truss! Yes,…

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Funny story: Sanders' solution to super delegates: kryptonite

Sanders' solution to super delegates: kryptonite

Burlington, Vermont - - "Are the super delegates stacking the deck in my opponent's favor? Yes definitely. Do the super delegates have a weakness like Superman? I should say so. Am I going to do something about it? Most definitely. "That's why I'm...

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Funny story: The true story of Marvel Comics' The Whizzer

The true story of Marvel Comics' The Whizzer

Transfused with the blood of a mongoose that killed the venomous snake that sought to bite him, Bob Frank, a skinny bedwetter, acquired the ability to store massive quantities of urine, which he used as a weapon to fight supervillains and defend truth, justice, and maidenly virtue. Donning a urine-colored costume, the chest of which was emblazoned with a huge blue "W," to warn evildoers of the con...

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Funny story: The True Story of Marvel Comics' Ghost Rider

The True Story of Marvel Comics' Ghost Rider

It was 1972, and Marvel Comics editors, writers, and artists were feeling decidedly uncreative. "We'd run out of ideas at The House of Ideas," Stan Lee recalled at the recent San Diego Comics Convention. "However, Marvel's always been good at ripping off competitors, and, at the time, the trend was to balance out superhero comics with horror themes. We put the two together, and viola! Ghost Rider...

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