Issue 3 - Page 19

21st Oct 2016, 6:00 PM in Birthright - Part 3
Issue 3 - Page 19
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Steven-Vincent 21st Oct 2016, 6:00 PM edit delete
Looks like Round 1 goes to Kludge...
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jamie59 21st Oct 2016, 7:07 PM edit delete reply
Considering what she did to his wrecking ball he should say Huge Problem.
Steven-Vincent 21st Oct 2016, 7:12 PM edit delete reply
Heheh. Good point.
GamerGuy12 21st Oct 2016, 8:47 PM edit delete reply
This is great! They remind me of Supergirl and Maxwell Lord.
Steven-Vincent 21st Oct 2016, 8:53 PM edit delete reply
I can see that but I just want to say... This entire story arc was written before the Supergirl show aired a single episode. So it's just a coincidence.
Drake 26th Oct 2016, 3:33 PM edit delete reply
So...Supergirl totally ripped off Liberty Lass! Cosmic Comics should sue! ;)
Steven-Vincent 26th Oct 2016, 7:58 PM edit delete reply
Well, Kludge is a lawyer. Maybe I could get him to sue them for me. Bet he would.
demcleod 24th Oct 2016, 12:46 PM edit delete reply
Ugh, Kludge, a perfect villain to hate! I wonder what Liberty Lass has up her sleeve. Knowing how intelligent she is, with profound knowledge on government, this is definitely not over! :-)
Steven-Vincent 24th Oct 2016, 7:31 PM edit delete reply
Nope, not over at all.

But keep in mind she *is* a teenager and she has other things to occupy her like school and her little brother. ;)
Computant 30th Mar 2017, 2:31 AM edit delete reply
My first thought on this would be if I can't get daystar to back down by going to the CEO, I should go to the press. Not by accusing Kludge of anything mind you, but by asking questions and letting people draw conclusions (You can only be accused of slander/libel if you make a provably false or misleading statement-questions are not statements. Also you can state any facts you want, no matter how bad it makes someone look, the burden on the party accused is to prove you should have known that you were stating a falsehood when you stated your fact. Also rules on politicians (such as Kludge) are much looser than rules on other people.
"I found out after stopping the super-villain trying to wreck these two buildings that Daystar has been after them to sell their businesses. I wonder if that is a coincidence. I just have to say that if something did happen to deprive these folks of their property rights guaranteed by the fourth amendment, that I would feel unable to enter the establishment that replaced their businesses. I do realize that this would make that establishment the safest place in the city for super-villains and even regular criminals..."
You want to go to a mall known as the place the local hero won't protect? You want to start a business there?
Steven-Vincent 30th Mar 2017, 5:29 PM edit delete reply
Those are some interesting points.

There is, in this world, a body of law relating to superheroes and supervillains, and we will get into that a good deal in the 3rd arc.

That said, I find it hard to picture Abby refusing to protect little kids at a Daystar mall because she doesn't like how Kludge built it.
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