History AndIMustScream / ComicBooks

9th Jul '17 2:18:06 PM F1Krazy
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** In a later comic, it's revealed that this is how Dr. Eggman punishes [[YouHaveFailedMe robots and roboticized Mobians that fail him]]; he activates a failsafe in their cybernetics, leaving them paralysed but perfectly aware, and then locks them away in a pitch-black storage room. He intends to let them out once they've "learned their lesson"... in about fifty years or so.
3rd Jul '17 4:24:57 AM Daedalis
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* Demonic possessors in ''ComicBook/CleanRoom'' can shift the flesh of their host like clay. Being demons, they most often use this to inflict bizarre injuries on the host, like tying someone in a HumanKnot or rearranging the skin of his face to put his eye holes where his mouth should be. One named the Surgeon prides himself on his creativity when he showcases his Pony Man, a man with a horse's head.

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* Demonic possessors in ''ComicBook/CleanRoom'' can shift the flesh of their host like clay. Being demons, they most often use this to inflict bizarre injuries on the host, like tying someone in a HumanKnot or rearranging the skin of his face to put his eye holes where his mouth should be. One named the Surgeon prides himself on his creativity when he showcases his Pony Man, a man with a horse's head. The Pony Man's SingleTear affirms to the audience that there is still a thinking, feeling person inside the abomination.
3rd Jul '17 4:23:22 AM Daedalis
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* Demonic possessors in ''ComicBook/CleanRoom'' can shift the flesh of their host like clay. Being demons, they most often use this to inflict bizarre injuries on the host, like tying someone in a HumanKnot or rearranging the skin of his face to put his eye holes where his mouth should be. One named the Surgeon prides himself on his creativity when he showcases his Pony Man, a man with a horse's head.
29th May '17 10:11:51 AM Daedalis
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* Multiple examples in ''ComicBook/Revival'' due to the revivers' healing factor. Jesse Blackdeer was resurrected during his own cremation, causing full-body burn scars that wrack him with pain at all times. Another character is submerged in ritual water that simultaneously drowns and revives him for weeks. In fact all of the revivers are listlessly lost since they no longer belong in the world, but are unable to move on.

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* Multiple examples in ''ComicBook/Revival'' ''ComicBook/{{Revival}}'' due to the revivers' healing factor. Jesse Blackdeer was resurrected during his own cremation, causing full-body burn scars that wrack him with pain at all times. Another character is submerged in ritual water that simultaneously drowns and revives him for weeks. In fact all of the revivers are listlessly lost since they no longer belong in the world, but are unable to move on.
28th May '17 11:20:27 PM Daedalis
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* Multiple examples in ''ComicBook/Revival'' due to the revivers' healing factor. Jesse Blackdeer was resurrected during his own cremation, causing full-body burn scars that wrack him with pain at all times. Another character is submerged in ritual water that simultaneously drowns and revives him for weeks. In fact all of the revivers are listlessly lost since they no longer belong in the world, but are unable to move on.
22nd Apr '17 8:28:07 AM Silverblade2
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* In another recent Batman story arc, SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker does this to Dr. Hurt, who is immortal and has already pissed the Joker off on more than one occasion. Not only does Hurt accidentally slip on a banana peel and break his neck, Joker then injects him with Joker Venom and buries him alive. It gets even more disturbing when you remember precisely what Joker Venom ''does'' to its victims besides outright killing them. And since Hurt ''cannot'' die and the toxin presumably never wears off, he's stuck BuriedAlive while slowly going insane from the effects of Joker Venom, forced to laugh at himself for all eternity despite the pain he's in.

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* In another recent Batman story arc, SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker ComicBook/TheJoker does this to Dr. Hurt, who is immortal and has already pissed the Joker off on more than one occasion. Not only does Hurt accidentally slip on a banana peel and break his neck, Joker then injects him with Joker Venom and buries him alive. It gets even more disturbing when you remember precisely what Joker Venom ''does'' to its victims besides outright killing them. And since Hurt ''cannot'' die and the toxin presumably never wears off, he's stuck BuriedAlive while slowly going insane from the effects of Joker Venom, forced to laugh at himself for all eternity despite the pain he's in.
25th Mar '17 2:48:54 AM WillBGood
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* The Hideshi Hino graphic novel ''Manga/PanoramaOfHell'' featured the Narrator's older brother, a "fight freak" gangster who becomes comatose and later becomes a mewling, "moving bag of flesh". [[spoiler:The book ends with the Narrator killing his family to save them from hell. They all turn out to be dolls and puppets -- except for the brother, who is the corpse of a pig.]]
22nd Mar '17 4:59:26 AM DarkLordJadow
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* Played for laughs with throwaway Deadpool villain The White Man. The White Man has Mandarin tech that allows his cane to turn people into stone; a fate he is subjected to when Deadpool, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist fight him in the 70's. He is unfrozen in the present day (Deadpool loves to mock comic book time) where it's revealed he was conscious and fully aware of his surroundings the entire time. He attempts to freeze Cage and Iron Fist and dump them in the ocean, but Iron Fist's students kick him in the balls, freeze him in a pose holding his crotch, and accidentally knock him overboard. The heroes assume he's dead while the White Man sinks to the bottom of the ocean and sinks into mud. He's not only still conscious, it's implied he's also constantly feeling the pain of having been freshly kicked in the nuts. He is eventually rescued... ''one million years later'', where an alien race picks him up on a long abandoned desolate Earth. By this point the White Man has long since gone gibbering insane and the aliens throw him in a zoo, assuming humans were an unintelligent species.
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.
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