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25th May '17 4:33:59 PM Dr.XXX
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** Later in that storyline Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} goes missing, and Superman is determined to find her. He pours on the speed... to the point he shatters the barriers of the reality. Again, he cannot believe it.
--->'''Superman:''' In sanity's name, what have I done? Supergirl couldn't have traveled this far It's impossible!

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** Later in that storyline Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} goes missing, and Superman is determined to find her. He pours on the speed... to the point he shatters the barriers of the reality. Again, he cannot believe it.
it. The Spectre was even called into the fray because of the sheer impossibility of this feat.
--->'''Superman:''' In sanity's name, what have I done? Supergirl couldn't have traveled this far It's impossible!impossible!
23rd Dec '16 6:51:18 AM ChaoticNovelist
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*** Then, [[LampshadeHanging remembering that incident]], he then goes even further in ''ComicBook/GreenLanterns'' Issue 3 and Takes The Third Option, choosing to ''and succeeding'' in [[spoiler:curing the Red Lantern Bleez of her rage - implying by default that he ''broke'' the connection with the Red Ring, which is actually emphasized by her declaration that she can't hear its "noise" in her head any more - ''and'' in the process manages to heal her body so thoroughly that ''her previously-destroyed wings grow back completely intact''. He does this using a ''Green'' Lantern Power Ring and entirely by himself, despite the fact that by all previously-established rules in the comics, none of it ''should'' be possible without also having someone there wielding a ''Blue'' Lantern Power Ring.]] Why or how he's even able to do this is completely unaddressed, other than [[HeroicResolve he very much wanted to]].

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*** Then, [[LampshadeHanging remembering that incident]], he then goes even further in ''ComicBook/GreenLanterns'' Issue 3 and Takes The Third Option, choosing to ''and succeeding'' in [[spoiler:curing the Red Lantern Bleez of her rage - implying by default that he ''broke'' the connection with the Red Ring, which is actually emphasized by her declaration that she can't hear its "noise" in her head any more - ''and'' in the process manages to heal her body so thoroughly that ''her previously-destroyed wings grow back completely intact''. He does this using a ''Green'' Lantern Power Ring and entirely by himself, despite the fact that by all previously-established rules in the comics, none of it ''should'' be possible without also having someone there wielding a ''Blue'' Lantern Power Ring.]] Why or how he's even able to do this is completely unaddressed, other than [[HeroicResolve he very much wanted to]].
28th Nov '16 11:37:11 AM Tron80
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--->'''Superman:''' It's Warworld! I've spotted it only a couple of light-years away! It's about to pass in front of that white dwarf star and... and... Great Rao It's not possible! Warworld didn't pass in front of the star It passed behind it! And the dwarf star's overwhelming gravitational pull had absolutely no effect on it!

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--->'''Superman:''' It's Warworld! I've spotted it only a couple of light-years away! It's about to pass in front of that white dwarf star and... and... Great Rao It's not possible! Nothing artificial could be that huge! Warworld didn't pass in front of the star It passed behind it! And the dwarf star's overwhelming gravitational pull had absolutely no effect on it!
24th Nov '16 6:09:43 AM Tron80
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* ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'' once famously lifted a book that had an infinite number of pages, and thus infinite mass. He also picked up a guy who weighted the same as "eternity". In ''Comicbook/KryptonNoMore'', he and Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} fly way faster than light, even though the narrator notes that it should be impossible.

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* ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'' ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'':
** Superman
once famously lifted a book that had an infinite number of pages, and thus infinite mass. He also picked up a guy who weighted the same as "eternity". "eternity".
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In ''Comicbook/KryptonNoMore'', he and Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} fly way faster than light, even though the narrator notes that it should be impossible.impossible.
** In ''Comicbook/WarWorld'' Clark is astonished when he sees the titular weapon satellite is bigger than a star. He can hardly believe something artificial can be so big.
--->'''Superman:''' It's Warworld! I've spotted it only a couple of light-years away! It's about to pass in front of that white dwarf star and... and... Great Rao It's not possible! Warworld didn't pass in front of the star It passed behind it! And the dwarf star's overwhelming gravitational pull had absolutely no effect on it!
** Later in that storyline Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} goes missing, and Superman is determined to find her. He pours on the speed... to the point he shatters the barriers of the reality. Again, he cannot believe it.
--->'''Superman:''' In sanity's name, what have I done? Supergirl couldn't have traveled this far It's impossible!
4th Nov '16 6:09:34 PM luiz4200
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* Doctor Manhattan's origin story in ''ComicBook/{{Watchmen}}'' involves Jon Osterman, an ordinary human, getting disintegrated and then putting himself back together particle by particle just by sheer force of will.

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* Doctor Manhattan's origin story in ''ComicBook/{{Watchmen}}'' involves Jon Osterman, an ordinary human, getting disintegrated and then putting himself back together particle by particle just by sheer force of will.will.
* ''Comicbook/LaffALympics'': Shaggy's yodelling can attract several pigs including a piggy bank.
15th Oct '16 1:45:03 AM Tron80
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* ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'' once famously lifted a book that had an infinite number of pages, and thus infinite mass. He also picked up a guy who weighted the same as "eternity".

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* ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'' once famously lifted a book that had an infinite number of pages, and thus infinite mass. He also picked up a guy who weighted the same as "eternity". In ''Comicbook/KryptonNoMore'', he and Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} fly way faster than light, even though the narrator notes that it should be impossible.
4th Aug '16 7:52:48 PM vorpalgirl
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*** Then, [[LampshadeHanging remembering that incident]], he then goes even further in ''GreenLanterns'' Issue 3 and Takes The Third Option, choosing to ''and succeeding'' in [[spoiler:curing the Red Lantern Bleez of her rage - implying by default that he ''broke'' the connection with the Red Ring, which is actually emphasized by her declaration that she can't hear its "noise" in her head any more - ''and'' in the process manages to heal her body so thoroughly that ''her previously-destroyed wings grow back completely intact''. He does this using a ''Green'' Lantern Power Ring and entirely by himself, despite the fact that by all previously-established rules in the comics, none of it ''should'' be possible without also having someone there wielding a ''Blue'' Lantern Power Ring.]] Why or how he's even able to do this is completely unaddressed, other than [[HeroicResolve he very much wanted to]].

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*** Then, [[LampshadeHanging remembering that incident]], he then goes even further in ''GreenLanterns'' ''ComicBook/GreenLanterns'' Issue 3 and Takes The Third Option, choosing to ''and succeeding'' in [[spoiler:curing the Red Lantern Bleez of her rage - implying by default that he ''broke'' the connection with the Red Ring, which is actually emphasized by her declaration that she can't hear its "noise" in her head any more - ''and'' in the process manages to heal her body so thoroughly that ''her previously-destroyed wings grow back completely intact''. He does this using a ''Green'' Lantern Power Ring and entirely by himself, despite the fact that by all previously-established rules in the comics, none of it ''should'' be possible without also having someone there wielding a ''Blue'' Lantern Power Ring.]] Why or how he's even able to do this is completely unaddressed, other than [[HeroicResolve he very much wanted to]].
4th Aug '16 7:51:24 PM vorpalgirl
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*** Then, [[LampshadeHanging remembering that incident]], he then goes even further in ''GreenLanterns'' Issue 3 and Takes The Third Option, choosing to ''and succeeding'' in [[spoiler:curing the Red Lantern Bleez of her rage - implying by default that he ''broke'' the connection with the Red Ring, which is actually emphasized by her declaration that she can't hear its "noise" in her head any more - ''and'' in the process manages to heal her body so thoroughly that ''her previously-destroyed wings grow back completely intact''. He does this using a ''Green'' Lantern Power Ring and entirely by himself, despite the fact that by all previously-established rules in the comics, none of it ''should'' be possible without also having someone there wielding a ''Blue'' Lantern Power Ring.]] Why or how he's even able to do this is completely unaddressed, other than [[HeroicResolve he very much wanted to]].
14th Jul '16 10:24:47 AM Tron80
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* ''Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'': Red Lanterns die if they take their red rings off. However, in ''ComicBook/RedDaughterOfKrypton'' [[spoiler:Supergirl]] does something no one had ever done before: she took her Red Lantern Ring off and survived, even though it was supposed to be impossible.
15th May '16 7:34:50 PM ading
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* ''ComicBook/MarvelZombies'': [[spoiler: Galactus]] is eaten by the zombies and while this sounds impossible, [[PhysicalGod considering who this guy is]], you have to remember [[ZergRush the kind of tactics the zombies use.]]

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* ''ComicBook/MarvelZombies'': [[spoiler: Galactus]] [[spoiler:Galactus]] is eaten by the zombies and while this sounds impossible, [[PhysicalGod considering who this guy is]], you have to remember [[ZergRush the kind of tactics the zombies use.]]



* ''ComicBook/ContestOfChampions:'' In the third series, the contestants are kept in crystalline prisons until their summoners have use of them. When Ares is put in one of these, he manages to break out, to everyone's shock. Of course, Ares is a full-on god.

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* ''ComicBook/ContestOfChampions:'' In the third series, the contestants are kept in crystalline prisons until their summoners have use of them. When Ares is put in one of these, he manages to break out, to everyone's shock. Of course, Ares is a full-on god.god.
* Doctor Manhattan's origin story in ''ComicBook/{{Watchmen}}'' involves Jon Osterman, an ordinary human, getting disintegrated and then putting himself back together particle by particle just by sheer force of will.
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