Ink Pen by Phil Dunlap for September 17, 2021

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    whahoppened  4 months ago

    Yeah, I’d be careful what I did with my enmity.

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    WMORAN1  4 months ago

    [nerd alert] Back in the day, the Marvel villains roamed around and fought whoever, while the DC baddies would only fight the same guy over and over. Another reason I always said ‘Make Mine Marvel!’

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    rugeirn  4 months ago

    I just don’t think Cap is ready for that level of commitment. Sorry, Negato, but you’re right – you’re gonna have to start fighting other people.

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    fritzoid Premium Member 4 months ago

    Lego Joker: You wanna play games, do you Batman? Save the city or catch your greatest enemy!

    Lego Batman: You think you’re my greatest enemy?

    Joker: Who else drives you to one-up them the way I do?

    Batman: Superman.

    Joker: Superman’s not a bad guy!

    Batman: I like to fight around.

    Joker: You’re seriously saying that there’s nothing special about us?

    Batman: There is no “us”. Never will be.

    Joker: Are you seriously saying there is nothing, nothing special about our relationship?

    Batman: Whoa. Let me tell you something, J-bird. Batman doesn’t do ’ships.

    Joker: What?

    Batman: As in “relationships.” There is no “us.” Batman and Joker are not a thing. I don’t need you. I don’t need anyone. You mean nothing to me. No one does.

    (The Lego Batman Movie. Cap and Mr. Negato did it first, of course.)

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    Out of Service  4 months ago

    Batman had a whole plethora of villains, Joker, Riddler, Penguin, Mr Freeze, Catwoman, Poison Ivy, Bane, etcetera, etcetera, etcetera.

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    knight1192a  4 months ago

    Hate to break it to you, Cap, but fighting other villians doesn’t mean Mr. Negato can’t be you’re arch nemesis. And Mr. Negato very rarely fights any other hero.

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    comics guy 47  4 months ago

    Perry the Platypus once lost his arch nemesis, Dr. Doofenschmirtz to another agent.

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