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TheSimpsons

Summary

The Simpsons is an animated comedy series created by Matt Groening, that revolves around a dysfunctional American family; the Simpsons family. It is set in a town called Springfield. Currently, the show has 30 seasons, making it both the longest-running American sitcom, and the longest-running American scripted primetime television series in terms of seasons and number of episodes.

Power of the Verse

This verse is fairly strong, with most of the characters being at least Building level+ and possessing Toon Force. Most of the characters, including Homer Simpson, have skills in Martial Arts and using weapons. Homer also has other handy abilities such as broadway force, Resurrection, Regeneration and there are numerous occasions throughout the series of characters breaking the fourth wall. Radioactive Man is strong enough to blow up with the force of a 100 megaton bomb and he was able to lift up an asteroid. The verse reaches up to Universe level+ attack potency thanks to Kang and Kodos' Accelerator Ray, which destroyed the entirety of the universe.

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Character Profiles

Simpson Family

Minor/Supporting Characters

Non-Canon

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  • Secondhand vs Mr. Burns: Physically weakest characters

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    • Anyway, gonna say Secondhand wins this one, as he seems to be much better than burns. And, it would seem as though if he didn't use ...
    • Well I assume mid regen would save mr burns from a 10-B hit, and he can be shot. The bombs should be able to kill mr burns but idk how good ...
  • Simpsons Games Profiles

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    • Should the Simpsons be given composites, or  instead a seperate tag with games and another one for comics? To my knowledge there isn'...
    • Hunterzillas wrote:Should the Simpsons be given composites, or  instead a seperate tag with games and another one for comics? To my knowle...
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