"Also, he had the Absorbascon, which is actually the mnost powerful weapon I can imagine. Later in the Silver Age they established that Katar and Shayera could live in a vacuum for 15 minutes or so, which is a pretty awesome super-power, too."
"Medusa's power wouldn't be useful for much. The comics get around it by ignoring the point that whenever she lifts something she's supporting it through her neck. Also, unless she can extend her hair at will, she shouldn't have…"
"Some superheroes have powers like that: not very useful for a supervillain fighter, but potentially useful in some line of work. Being immune to fire wouldn't help you fight the Sandman, but you'd make a great fireman."
"I used to refer to Hawkman and Angel as "flying targets." Angel, especially, seemed to have no purpose outside of skeet shooting.
Still, useless in combat doesn't mean entirely useless. He could deliver packages or something really…"
"Jeff beat me to it. DAMN YOU JEFF PLACKMEIERRRRR! (Old man shakes fist at sky)
There are lot of options for second place. Maybe Stone Boy, who could become stone -- and immobile. Useless in a fight, and fair game for somebody with a drill or sledge…"
Just for fun, what would be the least useful super power you could have? It could be one possessed by several superheroes and villains, or one that's not been used.To start, I'll suggest pre-cognition. While it seems as if it might be nifty to be able to predict the future, the reality--particularly when it comes to comics--is that it's not so great. Either your predictions are 100^& accurate and things are extremely boring, or they aren't and your predictions are unreliable at best.The…See More
"The demographic that all advertisers are chasing is Males aged 18-34, who (presumably) want stories about and featuring people their age. It's why some shows with good ratings get canceled--they aren't reaching that target…"