Here’s this week’s quotes showing that comics aren’t just for kids anymore. Everything from war and abortion to free speech were touched upon.
Liberty News 24/7 – A special session of Congress has convened to petition the United Nations, a body that the United States was forced to quit at the start of the war, for support in a renewed mission to not merely contain the Free States movement…. but, in the words of an unnamed source on the senior staff, “To defeat them in the fullest military sense of the term.”
Ex Machina #48
January – It skeeves me out whenever a dude tries to parlay any kind of success into a political career. There’s only one reason guys like that get into Government. It starts with “p” and ryhmes with “pussy.”
January – Then what’s his angle? I mean, are there any issues he even cares about? I’ve just seen that one commercial where he spouts a bunch of platitudes about building bridges. Like, how pro-choice is he?
Journal – I don’t know actually.
January – You don’t know where he stands on abortion?
Journal – I’m not a single-issue voter January.
Green Hornet #2
Metro Staffer – Deanley just passed Scanlon in the latest poll.
Britt Reid – By how much?
Metro Staffer – Twelve points. You sure you wanna continue to back the lame-duck Mayor in his re-election bid?
Britt Reid – That’s not what I’m talking about, Frank. I’m talking about their sizable donations to your re-election campaign.
Frank Scanlon – They’re entitled to their opinion on who’d they’d like to see running this city just like everyone else, aren’t they?
Prelude to Deadpool Corps. #5
Deadpool – Dude, this is a recipe for a spaceship in the face. No way. Don’t you remember Tiananmen Square, that guy standing in front of the tanks? This is our chance for the Intergalactic History Books. A lone hero against the might of an imperial–
Lizzie – It was a novel written by a Jew from a Jewish perspective. It became the most successful anti-semitic movie of all time.