Basic Instructions by Scott Meyer for March 13, 2023

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    Izzy Moreno  3 months ago

    That was certainly productive.

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    MayCauseBurns  3 months ago

    I don’t think those were micro doses we took…

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    Purple Helmet  3 months ago

    Did someone say “productive”?

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    Meg: All Seriousness Aside  3 months ago

    I might watch that.

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    Steve Dallas  3 months ago

    The biggest villain in Marvel Comics is Dr Doom.

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    tarlrk Premium Member 3 months ago

    You just KNOW someone’s going to draw a hungry Univerctus, and I can’t wait to see the results.

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    General Trelane (Ret.) Premium Member 3 months ago

    Correction : Galactus devours worlds.

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    The Wolf In Your Midst  3 months ago

    Kinda wonder what these guys think of Morbius….

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    Meg: All Seriousness Aside  3 months ago

    Doctor Manhattan… oops. Different universe.

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    Stephen Gilberg  3 months ago

    How about Dormammu? He eats worlds too.

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    cmxx  3 months ago

    Kudos to Mr. Meyer, who knows when to write “on to” and when to write “onto”!

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    ekke  3 months ago

    Actually, they could milk the 50% trick many more times, until the population goes to 1.

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    mistercatworks  3 months ago

    Properly maintained thought lines should never get derailed like this.

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    bonderenka  3 months ago
    As Lee recalled in 1993,

    “Galactus was simply another in a long line of super-villains whom we loved creating. …[W]e felt the only way to top ourselves was to come up with an evil-doer who had almost godlike powers. Therefore, the natural choice was sort of a demi-god, but now what would we do with him? We didn’t want to use the tired old cliche about him wanting to conquer the world. There were enough would-be world conquerors in the Marvel Universe and in all the other comic book galaxies. That was when inspiration struck. Why not have him not be a really evil person? After all, a demi-god should be beyond mere good and evil. He’d just be (don’t laugh!) hungry. And the nourishment he’d require is the life force and energy from living planets!”7

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    Izzy Moreno  3 months ago

    Wait a minute. Even if Kang kills 51% of all people, that’d be only half of the people Thanos didn’t kill, so 25.5%.

    Percentages may increase, but the number of people killed will decrease.

    If they milk that for 49 more movies, the villains will kill less and less people, so Baldie is right, they’ll never top Thanos.

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