Marvel's anti-bullying cover variants for October (National Bullying Prevention Month.)

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17 responses to “Marvel's anti-bullying cover variants for October (National Bullying Prevention Month.)”

  1. synchronaut says:

    actually now that i think of it… comic fans are totally an exclusive club of haters that pick on women and fans who aren’t uber nerds 1/2

  2. synchronaut says:

    Yeah because the way people act at work is who they really are. Fuck you.

  3. SomethingOffensive says:

    This antibullying thing is bullshit. Now my entertainment is preaching it at me.

  4. WardSharlow says:

    If you pretend to be an expert and you’re not, people will shit on you. If you admit to being a n00b, people will help you. (1/2)

  5. synchronaut says:

    I don’t see how that conclusion could have been drawn from what I said.

  6. synchronaut says:

    yeah but people who wanna circle jerk over their awareness raising and community outreach bollocks are age old.

  7. Thelord444 says:

    Why don’t the people who bullied respond? why do they stay in silence and wait for some false hero to save them?

  8. SomethingOffensive says:

    Haha yea. I hated those too, until I saw the Internet over dubbs of them 10 years ago.

  9. SomethingOffensive says:

    Haha yea. I hated those too, until I saw the Internet over dubbs of them 10 years ago.

  10. MrJohnsonAndTheJuiceCrew says:

    while im all for teaching kids to not be little assholes, can we also NOT raise a generation of victims and pussies?

  11. BallzBlo says:

    Deadpool is always a good start

  12. BallzBlo says:

    Deadpool is always a good start

  13. brokenhalo says:

    As a kid who was bullied, I used to imagine scenarios like these to feel less alone.

  14. brokenhalo says:

    As a kid who was bullied, I used to imagine scenarios like these to feel less alone.

  15. brokenhalo says:

    As a kid who was bullied, I used to imagine scenarios like these to feel less alone.

  16. brokenhalo says:

    As a kid who was bullied, I used to imagine scenarios like these to feel less alone.

  17. brokenhalo says:

    As a kid who was bullied, I used to imagine scenarios like these to feel less alone.