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Firebrand128 2nd Mar 2016, 6:00 PM edit delete
Nothing say's getting serious like massive property damage.

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Stever 2nd Mar 2016, 6:24 PM edit delete reply
Great shot of the underside of the car there!
40.oz 4th Mar 2016, 2:50 AM edit delete reply
Thnx, man.
Grey Garou 2nd Mar 2016, 11:43 PM edit delete reply
Grey Garou
I've always wondered how superheroes were exempt from any collateral damage done in their fight against the forces of malicious mischief. I lost track of how many times after a superhero fight that half the city was flattened. Property insurance for places like Metropolis and Gotham must be sky high.

Then again, how many of these kind of fights are waged in some desert or somewhere far, far from civilization? Bad guys generally don't want to take out the wildlife with their death rays.
nonimportante 3rd Mar 2016, 6:27 PM edit delete reply
I seem to remember a superhero who was asked about that his response was something to effect of "next time i'll hang back and you can bring in a couple billion dollars worth of military vehicles and see how that works out" but sometime I remember thing other people swear never happened
40.oz 4th Mar 2016, 2:52 AM edit delete reply
Or there may be nothing out there to steal. After all...Bambi's mother's life has already been taken. Heheh.
TheMario360 2nd Mar 2016, 11:48 PM edit delete reply
"My Car!"
There isn't a single superhero story where you don't hear that at least once.
40.oz 4th Mar 2016, 2:52 AM edit delete reply
Priceless words.
jamie59 3rd Mar 2016, 12:16 AM edit delete reply
2 ton love tap!
40.oz 4th Mar 2016, 2:53 AM edit delete reply
cattservant 3rd Mar 2016, 1:16 AM edit delete reply
Superhero ethics...
40.oz 4th Mar 2016, 2:54 AM edit delete reply
Well. They don't compare to dropping the bomb on Hiroshima.
alston123 3rd Mar 2016, 3:53 PM edit delete reply
Whoa. That's a nice drawing of a car. So pretty. +_+
40.oz 4th Mar 2016, 2:55 AM edit delete reply
If you are referring to panel 5 I can not tell a lie. I traced it.
nonimportante 3rd Mar 2016, 6:29 PM edit delete reply
this is why I don't hate marvels civil war, except the gutless ending, because it makes sense. if people like that existed I for one would be writing congress demanding they be held accountable for their actions
40.oz 4th Mar 2016, 2:56 AM edit delete reply
I agree one hundred percent. The general public doesn't have to know their identities.
boar 3rd Mar 2016, 9:29 PM edit delete reply
Considering how little money modern banks actually lose with a bank robbery, by now they probaly hope the robbers just got away, the costs of this car throw incidence must be the highest financial loss yet.
40.oz 4th Mar 2016, 2:57 AM edit delete reply
But can you do your job if you think of things like that?
boar 5th Mar 2016, 7:50 AM edit delete reply
since I neither work in a bank, nor as a bank robber, yes I can.
40.oz 6th Mar 2016, 5:34 AM edit delete reply
Oops. No. I meant can the hero do their job (protecting the public) if they start thinking about protecting the public's property? Soldiers don't think about getting killed while in the middle of a fight. You just have to go for it.
boar 7th Mar 2016, 6:20 AM edit delete reply
Nah, I was talking about the financial viewpoint of the bank. There are of course other reasons not to let people run around commiting crimes with fatal weapons.
melaredblu 5th Mar 2016, 8:01 AM edit delete reply
Not her fault you didn't pony up for better insurance. Luck favors the prepared, sucka.
40.oz 6th Mar 2016, 5:35 AM edit delete reply
I can Dig it.
NeilKapit 7th Mar 2016, 4:37 AM edit delete reply
With Great Power Comes Great Excuses To Avoid Responsibility
40.oz 7th Mar 2016, 4:44 AM edit delete reply
That particular avoidance may be a necessary part of the responsibility.
Chernobog 7th Mar 2016, 5:53 PM edit delete reply
Yes sir, that 'was' your car. Now it's something between a cube and an artificial reef. Hope that thing was insured well. Hm. I wonder if superhero mayhem counts as an act of god for their purposes of denying a claim?
Guybrush20X6 7th Mar 2016, 7:26 PM edit delete reply
If Thor smashed your car. you'd be good for it. Spider-Man, out of luck pal.
Chernobog 8th Mar 2016, 3:39 AM edit delete reply
Dammit Parker!
DMC_Run 8th Mar 2016, 4:57 AM edit delete reply
So, a car smashed by Thor can't be covered by insurance...
...it's that "Act of God"-clause, right...?
DMC_Run 8th Mar 2016, 4:54 AM edit delete reply
She could use 2-pages-worth of "crash-course" in strategy from Maxima:
Trevor 9th Mar 2016, 8:39 PM edit delete reply
The next page would be the important one here.

"Never hit someone with a car. If you're strong enough to lift it, you probably hit a lot harder than a steel frame covered in fiberglass paneling. You don't want to get sued by someone because you won a fight by destroying their only way to get to work."
DMC_Run 18th Mar 2016, 2:41 AM edit delete reply
Exactly - I didn't want to link you into the middle of the safety-lecture.