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This is pretty rich considering that his own vendetta against Bruce stems from a grudge he's held since childhood for something that wasn't even Bruce's fault. In the final issue of Batman: IncorporatedTalia al'Ghul sneers that Batman is a "pompous, posturing bastard".
Though it's a fair criticism, no one from the House of al'Ghul — Talia included — has much room to be criticising others on any of those counts.
In a Beetle Bailey strip in NovemberSarge tells Cookie he should wear a helmet because they're in Individualism rip van winkle combat zone, saying so while not wearing one himself. Jamie Schaffer, the muscle of the Chaos Campus cast, has enormous breasts She puts on a facade of being deep and "real", compared to her sorority girl comrades, but she's actually more shallow and vain than them and got, quote, "larger and larger breast implants" over the years to compensate for her small height.
She's actually described in her bio as " Ripley with silicone implants". General Ross' ultimate goal - and some would say obsession - is to bring the Hulk to justice, believing him a dangerous threat.
While this view isn't uncommon, his eventual solution after years of failure is hypocrisy at its worst: He becomes the Red Hulka monster who, in many ways, is just as destructive as his foe is, possibly more so.
At the start of Issue 1, Otto swears to become a hero and leave his past behind. A couple of pages later, he gets quite angry at the "unmitigated gall" of a bunch of C-List villains using the name of "his" old group, the Sinister Six.
Otto constantly brags how he's a Superior Spider-Man to Peter. He's also the guy who called the X-Men arrogant for using superior in homo superior.
Throughout the Ends Of The Earth, Otto bemoans the fact that he's been effectively crippled by Spider-Man, even though this was because he'd been breaking the law and running into Spidey so many times instead of receiving a No-Holds-Barred Beatdown like he claimed.
What does he do when he becomes Spider-Man? Deliver excessive beatings to all criminals. One of his major arguments against Peter is that he's too selfish to be Spider-Man.
This from an egomaniac whose ultimate goal during Ends Of the Earth was to get attention. In Avenging Spider-Man he scoffs at Scott Lang's past in thievery as if he hasn't done anything as petty.
In another issue, his monologue concerning the Hobgoblin is about how the villain's smugness and thoughts of being better than everyone else grates on him. Right, like he should talk. And in the Infinity tie-in to Mighty Avengers, he freaks the hell out when he sees Ronin known at the time as "Spider Hero" wearing a knock-off Spider-Man costume.
Twice, he gets mad at someone for stealing another hero's identity, something he himself has done. In Holy Terrorthe Fixer despises the terrorists for their lack of concern for their own comrades and innocent livesIndividualism Rip Van Winkle.
Rip Van Winkle Essay Rip Van Winkle is the story of a middle aged man that goes to sleep for twenty years. Although the purpose of this story was to be a short and entertaining comedy, when analyzed it reveals a deeper meaning through its theme.
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Best American writer of all time because of his beautiful prose and experimental writing. Love him or hate him, in regards to literature, there are few who have contributed as much as him.
"Those first few weeks home from the war, I moved through the house like an astronaut lost in an alien landscape. Everything looked strange. Smelled strange.