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What the Running Guy didn’t have was a villain to fight. He paid Mort Spivey of Villains, Inc., a cool five thousand bucks to stage a superfight with the Red Scare. The Running Guy, waiting for a TV news crew, was late to the fight and the Tick wound up fighting the Red Scare. The...

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Context The Tick was a popular parody super-hero, first seen in 1988. His “you’ve hit the jackpot, tiger” moment was getting his own animated series from 1994 to 1996. Back during the Tick’s peak in the 1990s, we took quick notes about some of the minor, goofy...

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Context The Tick was a popular parody super-hero, first seen in 1988. His “you’ve hit the jackpot, tiger” moment was getting his own animated series from 1994 to 1996. Back during the Tick’s peak in the 1990s, we took quick notes about some of the minor, goofy...

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Context Paul the Samurai appeared in The Tick comics from 1989 on. He even had his own comic book during the early 1990s. As can be surmised, he’s a parody of the interest of some 1980s super-hero comics writers in Japanese martial and feudal traditions. These here notes are very...

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Overview The Red Scare works for Villains, Inc., as a super-villain for hire. Villains, Inc., specializes in helping new superheroes get their start by providing them with a superhero “scenario” for a hefty fee. It costs $5,000 to fight and defeat the Red Scare, for example.