History AndIMustScream / ComicBooks

21st Feb '17 9:52:16 AM Wolfmatic
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** A temporary variation occurs in the first issue of the Creator/EC Comics publication ComicBook/WeirdFantasy. Roger Harvey was in a car crash when two scientists stole his brain. He was just a brain in a jar for four months, which he thought was much longer and suffered during, until the scientists added a mechanical ear. Then eyes. Then a vocal addition. Eventually he has a fully mechanical, and functioning body.

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** * A temporary variation occurs in the first issue of the Creator/EC Comics Creator/ECComics publication ComicBook/WeirdFantasy. Roger Harvey was in a car crash when two scientists stole his brain. He was just a brain in a jar for four months, which he thought was much longer and suffered during, until the scientists added a mechanical ear. Then eyes. Then a vocal addition. Eventually he has a fully mechanical, and functioning body.
21st Feb '17 9:50:04 AM Wolfmatic
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** A temporary variation occurs in the first issue of ComicBook/WeirdFantasy. Roger Harvey was in a car crash when two scientists stole his brain. He was just a brain in a jar for four months, which he thought was much longer and suffered during, until the scientists added a mechanical ear. Then eyes. Then a vocal addition. Eventually he has a fully mechanical, and functioning body.

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** A temporary variation occurs in the first issue of the Creator/EC Comics publication ComicBook/WeirdFantasy. Roger Harvey was in a car crash when two scientists stole his brain. He was just a brain in a jar for four months, which he thought was much longer and suffered during, until the scientists added a mechanical ear. Then eyes. Then a vocal addition. Eventually he has a fully mechanical, and functioning body.
21st Feb '17 9:44:33 AM Wolfmatic
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** A temporary variation occurs in the first issue of ComicBook/WeirdFantasy. Roger Harvey was in a car crash when two scientists stole his brain. He was just a brain in a jar for four months, which he thought was much longer and suffered during, until the scientists added a mechanical ear. Then eyes. Then a vocal addition. Eventually he has a fully mechanical, and functioning body.
12th Jan '17 7:21:08 PM TomServo3000
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* ''ComicBook/SonicTheHedgehog''. In addition to robotization, this is the fate of [[WellIntentionedExtremist Dimitri]], when Lien-Da [[KlingonPromotion usurps his position as Grand Master]]. She disables his ability to move, leaving only his robotic head, then sticks him in a box, gleefully telling him his battery will run down in a few months. He does eventually get rescued.

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* ''ComicBook/SonicTheHedgehog''. ''ComicBook/SonicTheHedgehog'': In addition to robotization, this is the fate of [[WellIntentionedExtremist Dimitri]], when Lien-Da [[KlingonPromotion usurps his position as Grand Master]]. She disables his ability to move, leaving only his robotic head, then sticks him in a box, gleefully telling him his battery will run down in a few months. He does eventually get rescued.
8th Jan '17 2:24:52 PM nombretomado
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* In ''UltimateMarvel'', this is eventually revealed to be [[spoiler:Thanos']] EvilPlan, on a galactic scale: [[spoiler:he wants to make death something only he is allowed to experience, leaving the rest of the universe in an AndIMustScream state.]]

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* In ''UltimateMarvel'', ''ComicBook/UltimateMarvel'', this is eventually revealed to be [[spoiler:Thanos']] EvilPlan, on a galactic scale: [[spoiler:he wants to make death something only he is allowed to experience, leaving the rest of the universe in an AndIMustScream state.]]
4th Jan '17 6:12:07 AM Larkmarn
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[[quoteright:350:[[Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/supergirl_volume_6_issue_04_page_02.jpg]]]]
[-[[caption-width-right:350:"I'm screaming, but no sound comes out. I'm crying, but there are no tears. My skin is burning off, but there are no flames. All there is... All I am now... is the pain."]]-]
28th Dec '16 1:04:48 PM Morgenthaler
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* The fate of Kogenta in {{Dark Horse Comics}}'s ''[[ComicBook/{{Godzilla}} Godzilla Color Special]]''. After the Gekido-jin is killed, Kogenta's soul is doomed to an eternity of war with him.

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* The fate of Kogenta in {{Dark Creator/{{Dark Horse Comics}}'s ''[[ComicBook/{{Godzilla}} Godzilla Color Special]]''. After the Gekido-jin is killed, Kogenta's soul is doomed to an eternity of war with him.
28th Dec '16 1:18:06 AM Tron80
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** In ''Supergirl: Cosmic Adventures In The Eight Grade'', 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 ''Supergirl: Cosmic Adventures In The Eight Grade'', ''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.
23rd Dec '16 6:26:15 AM CaptainTedium
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* The 11th issue of ''Police Comics'' featured ComicBook/PlasticMan battling Cyrus Smythe, a seventeenth century British chemist who's brain was still alive and conscious after his death. Smythe's brain ends up being placed in the head of an injured soldier named Tad Wilkins, and he proceeds to finish the growth serum he worked on when he was alive, enabling him to become a towering giant. Plastic Man manages to kill him, but the brain of Cyrus Smythe still lives and promises to return.

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* The 11th issue of ''Police Comics'' featured ComicBook/PlasticMan battling Cyrus Smythe, a seventeenth century British chemist who's brain was still alive and conscious after his death. By the story's present time in the 1940's, Smythe's brain ends up being placed in the head of an injured soldier named Tad Wilkins, and he proceeds to finish the growth serum he worked on when he was alive, enabling him to become a towering giant. Plastic Man manages to kill him, but the brain of Cyrus Smythe still lives and promises to return.
23rd Dec '16 6:23:08 AM CaptainTedium
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* An old issue of the ComicBook/PlasticMan comic book featured Plastic Man battling Cyrus Smythe, a sevneteenth century British chemist who's brain was still alive and conscious after his death. Smythe's brain ends up being placed in the head of an injured soldier named Tad Wilkins, and he proceeds to finish the growth serum he worked on when he was alive, enabling him to become a towering giant. Plastic Man manages to kill him, but the brain of Cyrus Smythe still lives and promises to return.

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* An old The 11th issue of the ''Police Comics'' featured ComicBook/PlasticMan comic book featured Plastic Man battling Cyrus Smythe, a sevneteenth seventeenth century British chemist who's brain was still alive and conscious after his death. Smythe's brain ends up being placed in the head of an injured soldier named Tad Wilkins, and he proceeds to finish the growth serum he worked on when he was alive, enabling him to become a towering giant. Plastic Man manages to kill him, but the brain of Cyrus Smythe still lives and promises to return.
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