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[Re. a comic book that has introduced a Muslim superhero.]

backstory of the muslim "super hero"

after a tragic accident while setting up a ied in iraq, taliban terrorist whatever his name is landed in some of the 5000 tons of yellow cake uranium that the liberal progressive socialists refuse to believe had anything to do with saddams wmd program. as the young taliban terrorist who had no connection with iraq was lying in the non existence yellow cake uranium that was not going to be used for weapons according to the left, he absorbed a strange new power from the fictional uranium. his awoke to find that although he was missing limbs that were blown off in the accident he can now survive explosions and reform from a red bloody mist back to his normal state so as to continue to blow up more and more infidels. every muslims dream a reusable terror bomber.

lunaticcringeradio, Moonbattery 57 Comments [10/4/2010 3:56:13 AM]
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Submitted By: DevilsChaplain
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Mtgcostello

Apparently this Lunatic can't believe that muslims can actually assimulate. What else is new?

10/4/2010 3:59:41 AM

WMDKitty

Oh NO! Not a MUSLIM SUPERHERO!!!!


pffft, seriously, grow up.

10/4/2010 4:08:11 AM

Adel Khoury

Hey, yeah! This is pretty badass! Thanks for explaining, you lunatic, you!

10/4/2010 4:09:29 AM

Percy Q. Shunn

Still angry your boys got caught lying about WMDs, eh?

10/4/2010 4:18:28 AM

Xotan

WMD never existed. Lying by Suggestion doesn't change that, Stupid!

Beside, It says a lot about you that you read comics. Try a book sometime, or is joined-up writing and lack of pictures too much of a strain on your pathetic brain?

10/4/2010 4:34:41 AM

PhoenixUltima

I don't read comics, but isn't there already a superhero who happens to be muslim? I'm sure some comics super-nerd will leap from the shadows of the internet to confirm or deny.

10/4/2010 5:29:32 AM

Mister Spak

A Taliban terrorist in Iraq? Are you sure he wasn't an IRA terrorist?

10/4/2010 5:34:46 AM

name

Let's see, there's the 99, Dust, Hamza Rashad from Gen 13, Excalibur, the Doctor...

http://www.adherents.com/lit/comics/comic_collage.html#Muslim

10/4/2010 5:35:42 AM

dionysus

Okay, well since this is fiction anyway you can claim that they have whole lakes of uranium in Iraq for all I care. Hell, you can even claim that Iraq uses uranium in its plumbing, as a refreshing drink, and to water their gardens. As for an immortal terrorist being every Muslim's dream, that's as true as having infinite bombs for abortion clinics being a dream of every Christian; it's not and the moderate Muslims find the radical Muslims just as crazy as moderate Christians find radical Christians.

10/4/2010 5:44:28 AM

jsonitsac

You guys are still focused on the whole WMD thing?

Anyway, have a look at this before you go and claim no muslim super heroes:

http://www.adherents.com/lit/comics/comic_book_religion.html#Mu

10/4/2010 6:05:30 AM

nutbunny

Cool superpower...

10/4/2010 6:25:29 AM

TGRwulf

Um, flaw in this dude's version of the story. If his limbs got blown off, how does he GET to places to bomb them?

10/4/2010 6:28:40 AM

Doubting Thomas

You mean right-wingers are still butthurt that Dubya was found to be lying about WMD's?

10/4/2010 6:31:59 AM



Yes. Right wingers will not rest until America becomes a Christian Taliban, where the national sport is torturing gays and liberals to death, and dropping bombs on arab children.

10/4/2010 6:35:46 AM

D Laurier

As soon as Dust gets done her training session with Ms Frost, she would like a word with you.

10/4/2010 6:45:47 AM

Mechtaur

Wait, there has been at least one muslim superhero for a while now.

http://marvel.wikia.com/Sooraya_Qadir_(Earth-616)

10/4/2010 7:25:45 AM

John_in_Oz

Meh. Humour attempt fails badly.

10/4/2010 7:34:35 AM

GodotIsWaiting4U

Saddam had no WMD program. The Taliban is unconnected to Iraq. And a limbless man is hardly useful as a suicide bomber; the whole point of suicide bombing is that the bomb is as mobile as a single human being, while an amputee is scarcely mobile at all.

10/4/2010 7:57:01 AM

Jeff Weskamp

Cool superpower... -- nutbunny

Yeah, it sure is. There is a Marvel supervillain called Nitro who already has it.

10/4/2010 8:18:54 AM

Nithing

The difference between having some uranium and having an atomic weapon is the difference between having some steel and having a battleship.

There are hundreds of industrial uses for uranium. But oh no, the radiation! Mushroom clouds! BOOM!

10/4/2010 8:19:06 AM

werewolf

But how does he fight crime?

10/4/2010 9:22:36 AM

Green

@Xotan

Because reading comics means "HUR DURR I DUM", right?

10/4/2010 10:31:37 AM



Origins of the Conservative "super hero": fucked up their brain with illicit drugs enough that they think that Muslim=Terrorist in every instance, socialist is a synonym for liberal, and that there were actually WMDs. Immune to logic and appeals to common humanity. Have superhuman powers of self-delusion and denial. Other than that, pretty average actually.

10/4/2010 10:36:08 AM

Ludd

Yellow Cake Uranium? You're still trying to push that bullshit? God you are stupid.

10/4/2010 10:42:38 AM



Why does the personal faith of a superhero matter? Isn't the fact that the superhero is expected to indiscriminately help anyone in need, is what makes him/her a superhero/heroine? Besides why would the superheroes want to publicize a religious affiliation? Wouldn't that eventually endanger their secret identities? Oh wait, we're just discussing material targeted at children by writers who couldn't compete in the more lucrative mature literature market. Nevermind.

In real life though (if a superhero could indeed exist in real life) a superhero would have to be a very open-minded and mentally mature humanitarian, to whom a person's race, religion or nationality are very secondary issues compared to the fact that they are human beings. That capacity is actually one of the things that separates a superhero from a supervillain.

And even if a superhero had a strong personal faith, why would he/she want to make it public (that's bad for PR), unless it was a particular comic writer sucking up to a specific demographic, or perhaps only using pre-existing religious mythos to bolster up an otherwise shallow and one-dimensional character. Or maybe just to appear controversial. Pffft, whatever.

10/4/2010 10:55:28 AM
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