History Comicbook / ManThing

19th Jun '16 8:25:37 PM nombretomado
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Man-Thing became a member (of sorts) of the {{Thunderbolts}}, Marvel's team of redemptive villains, during Jeff Parker's run. Initially intended to be just the team's transportation, thanks to Hank Pym hacking into the Nexus of All Realities, he became one of the team's strongest and most unpredictable members. Eventually, he underwent a RePower, giving him a mind of his own and the ability to speak and be understood by anyone he spoke to. When that version of the Thunderbolts came to an end, Man-Thing returned to his swamp.

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Man-Thing became a member (of sorts) of the {{Thunderbolts}}, ComicBook/{{Thunderbolts}}, Marvel's team of redemptive villains, during Jeff Parker's run. Initially intended to be just the team's transportation, thanks to Hank Pym hacking into the Nexus of All Realities, he became one of the team's strongest and most unpredictable members. Eventually, he underwent a RePower, giving him a mind of his own and the ability to speak and be understood by anyone he spoke to. When that version of the Thunderbolts came to an end, Man-Thing returned to his swamp.
5th Mar '16 2:47:14 PM nombretomado
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* FreakLabAccident: While working in a swamp trying to recreate CaptainAmerica's super-soldier serum, Dr. Ted Sallis is betrayed and injects himself in an attempt to escape, but crashes into the swamp where he is transformed . . .

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* FreakLabAccident: While working in a swamp trying to recreate CaptainAmerica's ComicBook/CaptainAmerica's super-soldier serum, Dr. Ted Sallis is betrayed and injects himself in an attempt to escape, but crashes into the swamp where he is transformed . . .



* WasOnceAMan: Until he tried to keep a recreated version of CaptainAmerica 's SuperSoldier serum away from foreign spies. Cornered and with no options left, he injected the serum into himself, moments before the spies gunned him down. The serum, combined with the mystical energies of the swamp, transformed the scientist into a shambling, mindless monstrosity.

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* WasOnceAMan: Until he tried to keep a recreated version of CaptainAmerica 's ComicBook/CaptainAmerica's SuperSoldier serum away from foreign spies. Cornered and with no options left, he injected the serum into himself, moments before the spies gunned him down. The serum, combined with the mystical energies of the swamp, transformed the scientist into a shambling, mindless monstrosity.
25th Feb '16 1:01:18 PM DannWoolf
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* NeverSmileAtACrocodile: Man-Thing frequently crosses paths with alligators. Eventually they start to avoid him like plaque.

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* NeverSmileAtACrocodile: Man-Thing frequently crosses paths with alligators. Eventually they start to avoid him like plaque.the plague.
25th Feb '16 1:00:05 PM DannWoolf
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* HealingFactor: as long as he is in the presence of moisture.

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* HealingFactor: as As long as he is in the presence of moisture.
25th Feb '16 12:54:51 PM DannWoolf
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** [[FailureHero perpetual loser]] Richard Rory, who appeared in several of Gerber's works.

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** [[FailureHero perpetual Perpetual loser]] Richard Rory, who appeared in several of Gerber's works.
20th Feb '16 3:25:56 PM Adept
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** Man-Thing frequently appears as one of the members of the Parliament of Trees in ''SwampThing''.

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** Man-Thing frequently appears as one of the members of the Parliament of Trees in ''SwampThing''.''ComicBook/SwampThing''.
16th Jan '16 6:08:13 PM nombretomado
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'''Man-Thing''' is the name of a MarvelComics character. He first appeared in ''"Savage Tales''" #1 (May, 1971). The character was co-created by author Roy Thomas and his editor StanLee. His debut story was scripted by Gerry Conway and drawn by Gray Morrow. Man-Thing is not to be confused with DC's ''Comicbook/SwampThing'', which premiered within a month of Man-Thing. The two characters have many parallels, including their backstories (both partially written by LenWein), swampy homes, and being re-imagined by notable comic writers. Both are also similar to an older horror character, TheHeap.

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'''Man-Thing''' is the name of a MarvelComics character. He first appeared in ''"Savage Tales''" #1 (May, 1971). The character was co-created by author Roy Thomas and his editor StanLee.Creator/StanLee. His debut story was scripted by Gerry Conway and drawn by Gray Morrow. Man-Thing is not to be confused with DC's ''Comicbook/SwampThing'', which premiered within a month of Man-Thing. The two characters have many parallels, including their backstories (both partially written by LenWein), swampy homes, and being re-imagined by notable comic writers. Both are also similar to an older horror character, TheHeap.
6th Sep '15 5:39:49 PM nombretomado
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Savage Tales was a one-shot publication, though it would be revived as a regular series in 1973. In the meantime Man-Thing gained a regular series in the {{horror}} anthology 'Adventure Into Fear'. He became an unlikely hit for writer SteveGerber, who pushed genre boundaries with the character, providing inspiration for later writers like NeilGaiman.

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Savage Tales was a one-shot publication, though it would be revived as a regular series in 1973. In the meantime Man-Thing gained a regular series in the {{horror}} anthology 'Adventure Into Fear'. He became an unlikely hit for writer SteveGerber, who pushed genre boundaries with the character, providing inspiration for later writers like NeilGaiman.
Creator/NeilGaiman.
3rd Oct '14 6:47:59 AM TrustBen
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* HaveAGayOldTime: ''Giant-Size Man-Thing''.

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* HaveAGayOldTime: ''Giant-Size Man-Thing''. Widely thought to be [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar deliberate]].



* HollywoodAcid: Man-Thing is scary enough for the unwary as a shambling plant monster, but the fact that he secrets a deadly corrosive when he encounters fear scares the hell out of people who know about him too.

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* HollywoodAcid: Man-Thing is scary enough for the unwary as a shambling plant monster, but the fact that he secrets secretes a deadly corrosive when he encounters fear scares the hell out of people who know about him too.
3rd Oct '14 6:45:06 AM TrustBen
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* {{Cthulhumanoid}}: In appearance at least, and a rare heroic example.
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