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Comic profile: Violent Blue
Violent Blue
Because aquamarine is just boring
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Comic language: English
Genre: Gag-a-day
Activity status: Active
Archive url: Visit archive
Last update: Today
Number of comics: 719
Number of subscribers: 27
Visitors: 65427 visitors (412467 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.9 (405 votes)

Comic description

A retrogamer, A comic fan, a punk Grrrl and a mean squirrel deal with life, pop culture, God and each other.


Most recent comments left on Violent Blue

28th Jul 2014
One of my friends kept getting messaged by this really got ridiculous.

But not as ridiculous as if it had been Acid....
Left on Feet
25th Jul 2014
I am not joking about any of this. I do hate the word - it's why you don't ever see it used here. I skipped this event last year because of the name.

However, my girls want to go, and it really does look like a good event. It's the sort of thing I love seeing libraries do and Akron has a great one, so we are going this year I AM planning on bringing the Voltron costume and we ARE promoting it here.

However, it doesn't change my feelings about that word. Just because you claim it as your own, does not rob it of it's sting. The ones who use that word to hurt don't care that you have claimed it as your own. It's still a negative description, and I wish the fan community would stop using it.
Left on Geekfest this weekend!
23rd Jul 2014
Well... I thought it was funny. XD
Left on New thor 2
21st Jul 2014
An observation I saw online...and possibly the greatest idea ever.
Left on New Thor
11th Jul 2014
While I'm not interested in basketball, I can't say I don't entirely care about this. LeBron was good for Cleveland. He brought in sponsers and tourism. What he lacks, is class.

I was a teen in the 90's and lived through the days of Michael Jordan - possibly the greatest athlete to play the game. But he also had more maturity than LeBron. He showed loyalty and sportsmanship. He didn't blame others for his failings. He was simply a far more class act. LeBron is a child. The way he dumped the Heat is reminiscent of how he bailed on Cleveland, and a stark contrast to the loyalty MJ showed to the Bulls.

I don't want LeBron back. We have enough children here.
Left on Cedar pointe Offer