History AndIMustScream / ComicBooks

8th May '18 4:57:49 PM Malady
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* Magus from ComicBook/TheInfinityGauntlet and ComicBook/AdamWarlock / ComicBook/{{Thanos}} fame / infamy ended as this. Due to reality altering energies being unleashed as he held the incomplete Gauntlet, he ended up as an [[AddedAlliterativeAppeal intangible, invisible, inaudible]] apparation. He can see others but not interact with them. Scream, but never be heard. ...Until [[ComicBook/CaptainMarVell Genis]]-Vell with his [[SpiderSense cosmic senses]] comes along, and a TimeyWimeyBall gets involved.

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* Magus from ComicBook/TheInfinityGauntlet and ComicBook/AdamWarlock / ComicBook/{{Thanos}} fame / infamy ended as this. Due to reality altering energies being unleashed as he held the incomplete Gauntlet, he ended up as an [[AddedAlliterativeAppeal intangible, invisible, inaudible]] inaudible apparation. He can see others but not interact with them. Scream, but never be heard. ...Until [[ComicBook/CaptainMarVell Genis]]-Vell with his [[SpiderSense cosmic senses]] comes along, and a TimeyWimeyBall gets involved.



** In the Post-Crisis universe, ''[[Comicbook/{{Supergirl 2005}} Kara]]'' spent thirty years in suspended animation, curled-up in a tiny pod and trapped in Kryptonite which hurt her and poisoned her mind.

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** In the Post-Crisis universe, ''[[Comicbook/{{Supergirl 2005}} ''[[Comicbook/Supergirl2005 Kara]]'' spent thirty years in suspended animation, curled-up in a tiny pod and trapped in Kryptonite which hurt her and poisoned her mind.
24th Mar '18 10:58:03 PM nombretomado
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* Zera, the formerly drop-dead angel from David Hine's ''{{Spawn}}'', was so loved by God that she could never die. She is later reduced to a floating head in a jar and then devoured by vicious dogs.

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* Zera, the formerly drop-dead angel from David Hine's ''{{Spawn}}'', ''ComicBook/{{Spawn}}'', was so loved by God that she could never die. She is later reduced to a floating head in a jar and then devoured by vicious dogs.
18th Mar '18 10:16:51 PM M84
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** In ''The Eternal Life of Emperor Ygg'', the ImmortalitySeeker gets more than he bargained for when the creature who grants him immortality lops off his limbs and shoves him into bricked up compartment. The creature has countless other immortal victims trapped like his, and their screams are music to him.

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** In ''The Eternal Life of Emperor Ygg'', the ImmortalitySeeker gets more than he bargained for when the creature who grants him immortality lops off his limbs and shoves him into a bricked up compartment. The creature has countless other immortal victims trapped like his, and their screams are music to him.
18th Mar '18 10:16:19 PM M84
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* ''ComicBook/TalesOfTelguuth'': After a DealWithTheDevil gone wrong, Morgath the Mage's soul is trapped inside the demon's necklace, who promises him that he'll murder everyone he has ever loved while he's {{forced to watch}}.

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* ''ComicBook/TalesOfTelguuth'': ''ComicBook/TalesOfTelguuth'':
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After a DealWithTheDevil gone wrong, Morgath the Mage's soul is trapped inside the demon's necklace, who promises him that he'll murder everyone he has ever loved while he's {{forced to watch}}.watch}}.
** In ''The Eternal Life of Emperor Ygg'', the ImmortalitySeeker gets more than he bargained for when the creature who grants him immortality lops off his limbs and shoves him into bricked up compartment. The creature has countless other immortal victims trapped like his, and their screams are music to him.
18th Jan '18 12:12:45 PM caivu
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* The future society of ''ComicBook/{{Spiritus}}'' has done away with prisons, deeming them barbaric. Instead, convicts have their consciousness transferred into an android body and perform manual labor for the state, while their corpse is recycled into fertilizer.
8th Nov '17 10:54:09 AM lillolillo
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** In ''ComicBook/SupergirlCosmicAdventuresInTheEightGrade'', super-villain Belinda Zee is turned into a crystal statue. She cannot talk or move but she is fully sentient and -worst of all- she can feel pain.

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** In ''ComicBook/SupergirlCosmicAdventuresInTheEightGrade'', ''ComicBook/SupergirlCosmicAdventuresInThe8thGrade'', super-villain Belinda Zee is turned into a crystal statue. She cannot talk or move but she is fully sentient and -worst of all- she can feel pain.
19th Sep '17 3:33:13 AM Doug86
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* ''JusticeLeagueOfAmerica'':

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* ''JusticeLeagueOfAmerica'': ''Franchise/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica'':
21st Aug '17 6:32:40 AM JCCyC
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* A stand-alone comic in the magazine ''Fantomen'' featured a young man who comes into possession of a watch that shows what time you will die down to the second, after its original owner is killed right on time. When the man finds that his own date of death is decades into the future (he'd be in his early 90's), he embarks on a career as a daredevil, confident in the knowledge that he cant die before his time. However, his careless stunts causes several fatalities, and a revenge-driven widower attacks him with a grenade, which ends up blowing off his limbs and renders him blind and mute, leaving him helpless, blind and immovable in a hospital bed with nothing to do but count the seconds for the rest of his life. To drive the irony in further, one of his doctors picks up the watch and his time turns out to be the next day at midnight, but the doctor has no idea of the clocks power.

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* A The stand-alone comic story "The Death Clock" in the magazine ''Fantomen'' [[http://dc.wikia.com/wiki/House_of_Mystery_Vol_1_214 ''House of Mystery'' #214]] featured a young man who comes into possession of a watch that shows what time you will die down to the second, after its original owner is killed right on time. When the man finds that his own date of death is decades into the future (he'd be in his early 90's), he embarks on a career as a daredevil, confident in the knowledge that he cant can't die before his time. However, his careless stunts causes several fatalities, and a revenge-driven widower attacks him with a grenade, which ends up blowing off his limbs and renders him blind and mute, leaving him helpless, blind and immovable in a hospital bed with nothing to do but count the seconds for the rest of his life. To drive the irony in further, one of his doctors picks up the watch and his time turns out to be the next day at midnight, [[http://barebonesez.blogspot.com.br/2014/09/ but the doctor has no idea of the clocks power. clock's power]].
11th Aug '17 9:25:20 AM SSJMagus
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-->''Nothing can stop the Juggernaut. And nothing ever will."

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-->''Nothing -->''He is the Juggernaut. He is possibly immortal. Definitely indestructible. And above all, unstoppable. Nothing can stop the Juggernaut. And nothing ever will."
11th Aug '17 9:19:30 AM SSJMagus
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* In ''ComicBook/WhatIf'' vol. 2 #13, [[Characters/XMenTheOriginalTeam Charles Xavier]] rather than Cain Marko finds the Crimson Gem of Cyttorak and becomes TheJuggernaut, corrupting him into a mutant-supremacist supervillain. The issue ends with him ThrownOutTheAirlock and helplessly floating through space. As the Juggernaut, [[{{Immortality}} Xavier's immortal, indestructible body]] doesn't need air, food or water so he can survive this situation indefinitely. The ending narration is an IronicEcho of the Juggernaught's CatchPhrase, implying that he will float through space forever, fully conscious but powerless '''do''' anything.
-->''Nothing can stop the Juggernaut. And nothing ever will."
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