California Artist Neil Rivas' "Illega...

California Artist Neil Rivas' "Illegal Superheroes" - Undocumented Comic Book Heroes

There are 7 comments on the Hispanically Speaking story from Aug 16, 2012, titled California Artist Neil Rivas' "Illegal Superheroes" - Undocumented Comic Book Heroes. In it, Hispanically Speaking reports that:

Neil Rivas has created a number of posters depicting the characters such as Wolverine, Wonder Woman, Superman, Thor, and even Optimus Prime Super heroes who enter this country without proper authorization are breaking the law, plain and simple .

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“From The Desert To The Sea”

Level 7

Since: Sep 09

To All Across The Lands

#1 Aug 16, 2012
Let's see, Superman was forced to land on a farm somewhere in Kansas, by no choice of his own, and then proceeded to grow up as an American. I think Batman was born in the USA. Great satire.
Rico the Magic Hispanic
#2 Aug 16, 2012
Wait, Superman was an illegal alien. I'm sure the whole, "he's white" thing is why his immigration status was always over looked.
Full Monty

Forest Park, GA

#3 Sep 19, 2012
in development by Joseph Isaacs of Flatulence Press are the FART MAN HEROES. due to be released towards the end of the year these anti-social-behavior mutants will menace society with all the foul and toxic gases....[email protected] m
racer42

Oakland, CA

#4 Sep 19, 2012
Rico the Magic Hispanic wrote:
Wait, Superman was an illegal alien. I'm sure the whole, "he's white" thing is why his immigration status was always over looked.
How do you know it was overlooked. I could be that he never was considered a US citizen and, therefore, was never allowed to vote, etc. Why don't you read every issue of the Superman comic books (just about your speed and comprehension abilities) and get back to us on that.

“From The Desert To The Sea”

Level 7

Since: Sep 09

To All Across The Lands

#5 Sep 26, 2012
Technically, Superman was a refugee.

“Work hard at work worth doing.”

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#6 Sep 27, 2012
Brother, some people will do anything for their 10 minutes of fame. These characters are equal opportunity champions, they don't cost the taxpayers a dime and they work to keep all people safe...any correlation to our illegals is clearly nonexistant. They didn't sneak in, now did they? I can't believe I am even responding to this fluff.

“From The Desert To The Sea”

Level 7

Since: Sep 09

To All Across The Lands

#7 Oct 10, 2012
"Life imitates Art far more than Art imitates Life"
~ Oscar Wilde

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