When you hit the guy w/the club, was he all black

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Posted by pixies chick at 1cust106.tnt1.minneapolis3.mn.da.uu.net on April 27, 2002 at 12:28:06:

In Reply to: Yeah... I have two shows today! posted by Hibernian Psycho on April 27, 2002 at 12:11:46:

AND GOOEY inside? That wasn't during the play last night, was it? 'Cause I'd imagine that would be a distraction from the rest of the night. It must be hard to keep up the intensity over the course of the run of a play. I guess when everyone thinks about being an actor, that's the first thing that crosses my mind - having to do the same thing over & over again.

You're right about the themes being common throughout literature - the ones in the Mighty Thor comics come from Norse Legend. Comics have been a vehicle to discuss existential themes that we sometimes can't face in our own lives.

What do you think about the idea of these characters being used by someone more malevolent to attack the Father? The issue of loyalty despite one's own opinion creating a rift between the father and son, and this leading to the vulnerability that allows evil to make an attack on heaven is somewhat unique to these stories, I think. Or do you know of others that discuss this?

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