|Reviews for Snuggles the Symbiote Side Stories and Apocrypha|
| Guest chapter 31 . 7/13
Since it was never written out and the writers never agreed sometimes it was outright fascism others it was completely reasonable think if such actually existed in real life
JJ is outside costumed vigiantes is a very reasonable even noble if egomaniacal he stood up to death threats and attempted murder from hate groups on mutants not the X-Men who remember are technically an unsanctioned unregulated super powered milita with a wealthy benefactor and when he has irrerputable proof he was wrong about Spider Man he will always print a retraction usually on tiny print on an unpopular page but he WILL do it
Clone and other impersonators
| Guest chapter 27 . 6/2
GHOST Riders in the Sky oh yeah
| Guest chapter 26 . 5/27
you can’t save everyone but you can save more people in the long term if you don’t get yourself killed
| Guest chapter 26 . 5/26
The Hyborian Age of Robert E. Howard's Conan the Barbarian suggests you are born into one of two destinies: the nasty, brutish and short life of a barbarian, where only the strong survive, or into oppressive, corrupt, decadent civilization. If you aren't a decadent noble, a monster-worshipping evil sorcerer, a ruthless sellsword, cunning thief or perfumed courtesan, you're a slave or dead. And even that's no guarantee.
basically Barbarism Vs. Civilization. Civilizations are generally decadent and corrupt old empires with scheming, militaristic kings who will do anything up to and including resurrecting a dead sorcerer from an ancient, evil empire (in Hour of the Dragon) to get more land for their nation. The only nation that doesn't seem to be either full of evil sorcerers (Stygia, Koth, Khitai, Zembabwei) or expansionist kings (Koth, Ophir, Nemedia, Turan, everyone else) would be Aquilonia, a Rome/medieval England hybrid that winds up being the first nation that is completely annihilated by a horde of savages, along with every other halfway-decent place to live in Hyboria. Barbarians will find that the line is very thin between savagery and noble savagery, once again. Cimmerians prove to be the only race in this category that have even a rudimentary grasp on morality, everyone else is either a cannibal (the Darfari), an unapologetic savage (Picts fit this perfectly), or a Viking-esque village pillager (the Vanir and Aesir). Seeing how Howard and Lovecraft were friends and shared some ideas, the Conan books are set in a primitive version of the Cthulhu Mythos; they do share some gods.
| Guest chapter 25 . 4/10
| TheLastGarou chapter 14 . 11/3/2019
It's all internally consistent as presented, which is more than we get from most *actually* canon explanations of comic book logic.
| TheLastGarou chapter 12 . 11/3/2019
Thank you, Wade, you -and Rater- make excellent sense here.
Also, let me second that, f*ck Mephisto with a rusty rake.
| Thenewguyintheblock chapter 1 . 10/23/2019
Hey spacebattles retard, how's it hanging autistic faggot?
| Paladin Graith chapter 12 . 5/17/2019
Um, excuse me. It’s a chimmy CHERRY changa thank you!
...or was it cherry chimmy?
| Reishin Amara chapter 9 . 3/30/2019
Im curious..what was said?