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Comic book idea? I'm planning random story line, but somehow interesting.

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How about a story about some guy whos life just keeps getting worse and worse and never gets better.
That's kind a emo for someone who's username is "cuddlepony" but thanks for the suggestion
I don't see it as being emo at all although it would take talent to write it in a compelling way. You are pretty quick to write off an idea without giving it much thought.

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Furthermore, I think it is best you stop making petty generalizations about ideas and internet people. Be more open minded fool. There is nothing emo about a life of tragedy it becomes emo when the character constantly whines about it though. This idea has a high potential for entertainment value, nothing like watching something burn.
But thanks for writting it off though.

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