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Celebrate Independence Day By Watching Batman Sing ‘God Bless America’ On ‘The Late Show With David Letterman’


David Letterman gave the world many things during his years as a late-night talk show host, but today, I believe we have found not only the greatest, but also the perfect way to kickstart your Independence Day weekend: Batman, in full costume, singing "God Bless America" in front of the American Flag while fireworks go off around him.

Seriously, no matter what kind of cookout you're planning, it's not going to get better than that.

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Fox News Said Some Incredibly Stupid Bullsh*t About Comics Again [Video]


The great thing about Fox News is that it's only Tuesday and you're already about to see the dumbest thing you'll see all week.

In this case, it's a clip from Fox's weekend morning show, where three people with the collective brains of a sack of doorknobs turn their reasoned and well-thought out opinions to the world of comic books. Specifically taking on Jason Aaron and Russell Dauterman's upcoming run on Thor, where the iconic Marvel hero will get a new identity as a woman, and complaining about Wonder Woman's costume in the upcoming Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice film by comparing it to Jim Lee's redesign from four years ago that, according to them, appears to be a product of what they characterize as fundamentalist Sharia Law.

No, really, this dope on the left actually says that.

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ADHD’s Captain America Statistics Song Reminds You America Is Terrible [Video]


Independence Day. That time when Americans come together to celebrate our liberation from Great Britain, barbecue, and contemplate the depths of our disgrace.

That last one has been a little easier to process thanks to Fox's Animation Domination High-Def, also known as ADHD, who've taken the theme song from the vintage Captain America animated series and replaced the lyrics with some shameful statistics collected from the CIA's World Factbook.

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Ask Chris #202: Scrooge McDuck Is America

Ask Chris #202, art by Erica Henderson

Q: Aside from Superman and Captain America what hero is the most fitting representation of The United States? -- @white_dolomite

A: You know, just before I sat down to write this, I was reading some Judge Dredd comics and thinking about how fascinating the idea of Dredd as this distinctly, explicitly American icon, covered in eagles and flags and badges and guns and riding on a motorcycle that is also covered in eagles, flags, badges and guns is when you consider that he's a view of America created by people who aren't Americans. There's a lot that goes along with that, and it's fun to think about when you're reading through those stories and figuring out what defines them.

But when you get down to it, that doesn't mean that he's the best representation of the good ol' USA. Assuming you mean "hero" as in "protagonist" and not just as in "masked crimefighter," then the answer's easy. The quintessentially American comic book character is Scrooge McDuck.

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We Are The Law: America Petitions White House For ‘Judge Dredd’ Style Law Enforcement


Just because President Obama won re-election last week, that doesn't mean that the apocalyptic horror world that Mitt Romney and various right-wing elements promised us were forthcoming won't actually happen...

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Ask Chris #57: Uncle Scrooge vs. Superman: The Greatest American Icon


Here at ComicsAlliance, we value our readership and are always open to what the masses of Internet readers have to say. That's every week, Senior Writer Chris Sims puts his comics culture knowledge to the test as he responds to your reader questions...

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Superman To Walk Across America in ‘Grounded’ by J. Michael Straczynski


Superman is perhaps best known for the qualities that make him so different from the average American, like being able to fly, shoot lasers from his eyes, deflect bullets, and generally be a solar-powered, nigh-omnipotent alien...

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Passive Aggressive Superman Notes


On a similar theme, check out this message from Passive Aggressive Notes that an American student left for the European students who share a university apartment with him in England, and refuse to take out the trash:

Note the thoughtful illustrations of the three symbols selected to represent America: Cheeseburgers, flags, and Superman...

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‘Overcompensating’ Tee Takes American Pride TO THE EXTREME


The 4th of July may be over, but if you want to be an EXTREME patriot all year round, consider wearing this shirt based on an "Overcompensating" cartoon making fun of Bill O'Reilly.

As the page at the Topatoco t-shirt store explains, this is the new symbol of America: a crying, xenophobic, bat-shaped eagle that is "either extremely angry or extremely proud...

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