History AndIMustScream / ComicBooks

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."
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.
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