Even planet-eating gods have to pay the bills, as shown by "GIIIULTRA":
"ReindeerF" thinks we should fire Donald Rumsfeild and put Skeletor in his place. Sounds logical to me.
"El Pollo Diablo" is the villain responsible for bringing Megatron to the White House. Personally, I say he's just what this country needs.
"EmeritusTubbi" reveals that Red Skull didn't have to go far to find a new job. In fact, he's managed to blend in quite well.
Finally, the last thing any of us want to see is superheroes using their powers for all the wrong reasons. I think that fear can best be expressed in this "CrazedGranny" creation:
That concludes this week's amazing super adventure. Moocho thanks to the Something Awful Forum Goons for their great work and tireless dedication. You guys are the real superheroes of my heart! Also thanks to you, the reader. Be sure to stop by next week when we Photoshop mittens into pictures of dead celebrities.
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