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7th Dec '17 9:46:47 AM WillBGood
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* A similar interpretation to Flash example in Dc section is ComicBook/{{Quicksilver}}, who once told a psychiatrist they would be short-tempered too if everyone else was like that one slow person in the checkout line.

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* A similar interpretation similar to the Flash example in Dc the DC section is given for ComicBook/{{Quicksilver}}, who once told a psychiatrist they would be short-tempered too if everyone else was like that one slow person in the checkout line.
6th Dec '17 7:45:10 PM TheNerevarine
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* ''ComicBook/{{Uber}}'': The titular super-soldiers are nine-foot tall [[TheJuggernaut juggernauts of superhuman strength]] and [[PersonOfMassDestruction living weapons of mass destruction]], but it comes with a price: being bullet-proof means anything capable of damaging them will be impossible to treat afterwards since they are immune to anesthetics and can survive even the most [[BodyHorror horrific injuries]] like having half their head blown up or being turned from inside out - the former ''only'' died due to massive blood loss caused by a unrelated ADeathOfThousandCuts and the latter required a ''industrial drill'' to [[MercyKill euthanize him]], since he was still alive even after his heart and lungs were destroyed.

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* ''ComicBook/{{Uber}}'': The titular super-soldiers are nine-foot tall [[TheJuggernaut juggernauts of superhuman strength]] and [[PersonOfMassDestruction living weapons of mass destruction]], but it comes with a price: being bullet-proof means anything capable of damaging them will be impossible to treat afterwards since they are immune to anesthetics and can survive even the most [[BodyHorror horrific injuries]] like having half their head blown up or being turned from inside out - the former ''only'' died due to massive blood loss caused by a unrelated ADeathOfThousandCuts DeathOfAThousandCuts and the latter required a ''industrial drill'' to [[MercyKill euthanize him]], since he was still alive even after his heart and lungs were destroyed.
6th Dec '17 7:44:18 PM TheNerevarine
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* ''ComicBook/{{Uber}}'': The titular super-soldiers are nine-foot tall [[TheJuggernaut juggernauts of superhuman strength]] and [[PersonOfMassDestruction living weapons of mass destruction]], but it comes with a price: being bullet-proof means anything capable of damaging them will be impossible to treat afterwards since they are immune to anesthetics and can survive even the most [[BodyHorror horrific injuries]] like having half their head blown up or being turned from inside out - the former ''only'' died due to massive blood loss caused by a unrelated ADeathOfThousandCuts and the latter required a ''industrial drill'' to [[MercyKill euthanize him]], since he was still alive even after his heart and lungs were destroyed.
17th Oct '17 3:24:07 PM Daedalis
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* Mini-taur of ''ComicBook/{{Plutona}}'' is a superstrong humanoid at the price of being only a few inches tall.
22nd Sep '17 10:25:48 AM bfunc
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* Max Damage from ''ComicBook/{{Incorruptible}}'' (and ComicBook/{{Irredeemable}}'', they're sister series, with ''Incorruptible'' being focused on Max) is super strong and extremely resistant to damage. However, this also makes him unable to feel anything. He gets stronger and tougher the longer he's awake, but it resets back to the normal human baseline if he sleeps. If he wants to have sex, or even ''shave'', he's got to do it within the first few minutes after he wakes up. He's also vulnerable to his enemies while he's powering back up, and one of his enemies is a godlike (and ''murderously insane'' when the story starts, though we do see flashbacks to his saner days) Superman expy called the Plutonian. To be able to stand up to Tony, Max tends to stay awake for days at a stretch, making him exactly as cheerful as you'd expect such a person to be.

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* Max Damage from ''ComicBook/{{Incorruptible}}'' (and ComicBook/{{Irredeemable}}'', ''ComicBook/{{Irredeemable}}'', they're sister series, with ''Incorruptible'' being focused on Max) is super strong and extremely resistant to damage. However, this also makes him unable to feel anything. He gets stronger and tougher the longer he's awake, but it resets back to the normal human baseline if he sleeps. If he wants to have sex, or even ''shave'', he's got to do it within the first few minutes after he wakes up. He's also vulnerable to his enemies while he's powering back up, and one of his enemies is a godlike (and ''murderously insane'' when the story starts, though we do see flashbacks to his saner days) Superman expy called the Plutonian. To be able to stand up to Tony, Max tends to stay awake for days at a stretch, making him exactly as cheerful as you'd expect such a person to be.
22nd Sep '17 10:25:12 AM bfunc
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* Max Damage from ''ComicBook/{{Incorruptible}}'' (and ComicBook/{{Irredeemable}}'', they're sister series, with ''Incorruptible'' being focused on Max) is super strong and extremely resistant to damage. However, this also makes him unable to feel anything. He gets stronger and tougher the longer he's awake, but it resets back to the normal human baseline if he sleeps. If he wants to have sex, or even ''shave'', he's got to do it within the first few minutes after he wakes up. He's also vulnerable to his enemies while he's powering back up, and one of his enemies is a godlike (and ''murderously insane'' when the story starts, though we do see flashbacks to his saner days) Superman expy called the Plutonian. To be able to stand up to Tony, Max tends to stay awake for days at a stretch, making him exactly as cheerful as you'd expect such a person to be.
** The Plutonian himself from the same pair of series (he's the central character in ''Irredeemable'') is a human-in-appearance alien who started off as a hero and snapped one day because the Lois Lane expy was emphatically ''not'' okay with being lied to all those years and outed his secret identity. Also, his foster parents had all been abusive and/or terrified and dumped him back at the orphanage when his powers started to develop. So ... basically Superman (see above for ''his'' problems), minus the emotional support of Lois and the Kents.
22nd Sep '17 9:39:36 AM bfunc
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* DC's Metamorpho the Element Man was a normal guy (Rex Mason) who got into a chemical accident that gave him the ability to turn his body into any element or substance, like iron or diamond, by concentrating on the element he wants to be. It also made him a colorist's nightmare, with differently colored (and oddly textured) arms and legs and a chalk-white head. (See also "Element Girl" below in the Vertigo section, as she's a female version of Rex.)
22nd Sep '17 9:20:27 AM bfunc
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* ''ComicBook/BlueDevil'' was an actor in a superhero movie whose costume magically bonded to his body. Now he has superpowers, but he's ''also'' permanently blue and has big horns on his head, which is ... not so great for his career ''or'' social life.
22nd Sep '17 9:07:49 AM bfunc
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** The song implies that Barry spends much of his time hoping for a disaster, because "when things change in an instant, it's almost fast enough for me."
28th Jul '17 4:58:57 PM Andyroid
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** Mr. Sensitive of ''ComicBook/XStatix'' is a mutant with superhuman senses... unfortunately, his sense of touch is so acute that even the slightest injury can be debilitating.

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** Guy Smith, AKA Orphan, AKA Mr. Sensitive of ''ComicBook/XStatix'' is a mutant with superhuman senses... unfortunately, his sense of touch is so acute that even the slightest injury can be debilitating.
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