"In a number of instances beyond the obvious ones like Wolverine, I could see a character's powers slowing the aging process to some extent. As I recall, the Green Lantern ring does have some healing powers, likely enough to deal with many of…"
"Title: One-Punch Man
Episodes: 12 (I've heard that a second series is in-production)
Category: Super-Hero Parody
Plot: Saitama is a ridiculously powerful super-human (I wouldn't want to take him on with anyone…"
Thanks. It seems there were a lot of little ”gems” hidden in The Legion’s short tenure in Action. I’ll have to dig out my originals and take a look at the letters pages (usually I just refer to the various…"
"From the letter column of Action Comics # 381 (Oct., 1969):
I have a suggestion for an interesting Legion fight: Duplicate Boy of Lallor versus Nemesis Kid, the villainous ex-Legionnaire. N.K. has the power to defeat…"
"To digress back to our discussion of Nemesis Kid, the more I think about him, the more he comes across as a coward and a bully. He knew he was “bigger” than any single other kid on the playground and was able to “bully”…"
"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 comparison may…"
Thank you for putting this together. I hope you don’t mind that I made a list of your ratings to facilitate further debate.
26 Saturn Girl
23. Element Lad
"I think we can only go with what they told us, which was that Karate Kid had no powers. I won't argue that at times he did do some things that appeared superhuman, but I don't recall any iteration of Val where we were told that he did."
"I'll try to answer some of these for you Cap.Given that there's already a Falcon out there with real wings, I'm hoping Sam doesn't get that treatment. We'll see.Sam has been able to talk to all birds for a few years now.…"
"I think Karate Kid had to have some sort of super-power. He did feats that no martial artist could have duplicate, even during his time in Adventure Comics.
First in #360 (and I apologize for the bad image), he smashes the gate of a prison…"
"Hello Mr. Jackson. You offer an interesting idea of "the four just men" as maybe-inspiration of the Joker's crimes in Batman #1. So, what do you think, where does that pirating-radio-to-send-threat-idea in 1940 comes from? Thank you…"
Hello Mr. Jackson. You offer an interesting idea of "the four just men" as maybe-inspiration of the Joker's crimes in Batman #1. So, what do you think, where does that pirating-radio-to-send-threat-idea in 1940 comes from? Thank you very much
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