(From "The Incredible Hercules" number 119, © Marvel Comics.)
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I know actual people with this same philosophy. It doesn’t work so well with their computers though.
A typical cabinet meeting with George Bush Jr.
Ah, good old Herc. Hit stuff, make it fall down, go get aled up to celebrate. You know, I understand that the trials of Hercules were ofthen solved by strength and hitting stuff, but one or two of them were solved by cleverness and outside-the-box thinking. So where is that Hercules, huh Marvel?
He thought of an outside-the-box way to replace himself with a dummy. ;D
On the other hand, since when does a super hero solution involve not hitting stuff until it falls?
@Dr Shrinker: Good one lol
I think this is the most epic comic book I’ve never read.
Oh, yeah, I forgot to say, “This would be Even more epic as a movie!”
Arioch (5): Ask Reed Richards that one. No, not Ben. Ben is all about the Clobberin` Time.
For 80% of superheroes, this is true.
Yes (2) and it always works….and enough with these B.S political jokes. This is place of non politics and non trolls. Which comments like that fall into both. Because they’re old.
@Myro(3) Actually, the true irony of the old Herculean myths is that MOST of the trials he faced were solved with cleverness and not strength.