Mary (Guest), 10 Jan 2013 12:32 am
On the bright side, they would never have known what happened to Soft Serve, or what the N-Forcers were up to, if he hadn't gone.
balthazar (Guest), 10 Jan 2013 07:54 am
That's the way things are all too often. the real heroes die in obscurity or are derided as the villains, while the real bad guys are hailed as heroes. And sometimes, that's the way things need to be. If turning the bad guys into martyrs drives others to heroism, then make them martyrs. And if becoming the villain incites others to greatness, then occasionally that's what you gotta do. Spin can be a powerful weapon.
woon (Guest), 10 Jan 2013 12:50 pm
I don't quite understand how Soft Serve was a hero...maybe I'm a bit thick. Can someone enlighten me?
RDPulfer, 10 Jan 2013 01:19 pm
Soft Serve was hero because he was putting his life on the line as mole for the N-Forcers in the criminal underworld - in the days before the N-Forcers themselves were the criminals.
Skydron (Guest), 14 Jan 2013 05:08 am
Pointing out the obvious...
Anyone else notice the expression on the Speedy kid's face? I'd say that I hope he doesn't do something stupid, but I think that would be pointless...
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