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World Domination in Retrospect by Psycho Gecko

Psycho Gecko is not your normal punk with superpowers. He is every bit the crazy, violent, and comedic supervillain that you read about in comic books. He doesn’t want to conquer the world. He’d much rather conquer a hot dog eating contest, except he’d cheat by lacing his opponents’ wieners with ghost pepper. He wouldn’t even have the courtesy to . . .

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Outlandish Death and Destruction

By Fiona Gregory, editor

Aug 3, 2013: Psycho Gecko, our universe’s version, is notorious from the comments section of the popular parahuman web fiction "Worm", where he has taken the tl;dr comment to a comic art form. It all makes sense (not really 😉 ) with the reveal that in some other dimension, he is a superpowered individual himself, devoted to Chaotic Evil. This is his blog, and well, your mileage will vary, on how funny you find it. A tolerance for scatological references will help. Despite that, I will say it has its moments.

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WORLD DOMINATION IN RETROSPECT

A loveable Psycho (Gecko)paths blog.

By Jerden, member

Jul 12, 2013: Who likes the Joker? Actually, who doesn’t? Put that kind of hilariously psychopathic individual in an advanced suit of robotic armour and unleash him on the world. That is Psychopomp Gecko, exploding rubber chickens and all. It’s hilariously violent, but don’t worry. Most of the violence is directed towards people who deserve it, either Gecko himself or people like violent space marines, corrupt politicians or reality TV shows. His evil plans are frequently foiled by the heroes, but he gets away with a lot, and as chaos is his [more . . .]

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