"Looking through Tomahawk covers online fascinates me (more than the couple of issues I've read). He starts out as a frontiersman type (surprisingly even preceding the Davy Crockett craze), then a 1700s war book (the Rangers were described as…"
"According to "The Law and Superheroes" technically it banned "costumed adventuring" while fighting crime. Still, your point is taken, so I modify my statement to "almost invariably."
Legends, by contrast, bans…"
"Where do we draw the line between humans at the edge of human potential and those with superpowers?"
Something that would pose serious legal challenges in a superheroes-banned situation like Legends or Civil War. Which the comics invariably…"
""As I noted earlier, despite what the writers said, Karate Kid had to have super strength and some high level of invulnerability to do the things he was shown to be able to do. He is less Shang-chi and more Karnak or Iron Fist. A good…"
"This is something that always annoys me about stories involving some sort of super-hero regulation (e.g. Civil War). It's taken as a given all super-powered heroes (and sometimes non-super heroes) are covered; any competent attorney could have…"
"I think it was a kind of super-extrapolation. Real karate masters break boards, so "logically" super-karate could break steel.
I always liked KK precisely because using super-karate made him stand out from the other superstrong members.…"
"This assumes Nemesis Kid has even minimal fighting skills when he's not tapping his power. Or any brains. I'm not sure he does. In Karate Kid #1, for instance, and when he faced Projectra years later, he gets enough power to beat them but…"
"Fabulous! My wife's never had anything that scary, but it's been scary enough. I'm glad yours made it through the crisis.
I'm thankful for lot of things but like you marriage was a surprise and I'm very thankful it's…"