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Issue One of Batman
BatmanComicIssue1,1940

Origin

Unknown

Type

Comic Book

Effects

User will suddenly get into absurd arguments over trivial things

Downsides

Onlookers will see the arguers as ridiculous and sad

Activation

Holding

Collected by

Jack Secord and Rebecca St. Claire

Section

The Library Section

Date of Collection

June 27th 1955

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OriginEdit

Nerd rage is the phenomenon of two or more nerds getting into arguments about their fantasy obsessions. These arguments can happen in person, on the phone, in a movie theater, but especially online. The combatants will assault each other with meaningless trivia about tv shows, comics books, movies, internet memes, or other works of fiction in order to assert themselves as the Alpha Nerd. Sadly that is a paradox. As the arguments can only escalate in pettiness and pointlessness, the only true winner is the one smart enough to not be baited.

UsageEdit

When this comic book is held the user will become a target of nerd rage and will be pulled into a pointless argument about some minute detail in their favorite fandom. Common ground can very rarely be found as both will participants will refuse to back down regardless if their argument has any real-world application. Onlookers will find the people engaged in the argument both pitiably sad and ridiculously stubborn.

CollectionEdit

Jack and Rebecca broke up a street fight of a group of young boys. The fight began over an argument over who would win in a fight, Batman or Superman?

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