History ImprobableWeaponUser / ComicBooks

14th Apr '17 9:49:05 AM Silverblade2
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* Among villains, SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker has killed with acid-squirting flowers, super-juiced joybuzzers, {{BANG Flag Gun}}s where the flag is also a deadly spear, and many others.

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* Among villains, SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker ComicBook/TheJoker has killed with acid-squirting flowers, super-juiced joybuzzers, {{BANG Flag Gun}}s where the flag is also a deadly spear, and many others.
13th Mar '17 7:30:16 AM Getta
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** ''Pumpkin Bombs''

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** ''Pumpkin Bombs''Also his signature pumpkins. That explode.



** A crossbow-taser was a favorite of Night Thrasher's step brother Bandit. Even more weird in that his own body generated the electricity for it.



* Franchise/{{Blade}}'s Wordsword. Instead of using spell books how they were intended, Blade tore out their pages and ''paper mached'' himself a sword out of them. In his own words: "Great against demons, not so great in the rain."
** Though it's somewhat understandable, the last time he tried to cast a spell he got possessed.

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* Franchise/{{Blade}}'s Wordsword. Instead of using spell books how they were intended, Blade tore out their pages and ''paper mached'' himself a sword out of them. In his own words: "Great against demons, not so great in the rain."
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" Though it's somewhat understandable, the last time he tried to cast a spell he got possessed.



* [[ComicBook/ThePunisher It's a gun, Frank.]] [[http://aboutheroes.com/meta/images/punisher_war_journal_12/Punisher%20Page2%2000000.jpg A gun that shoots swords]]



* ComicBook/IronMan's repulser blasts are based on technology used for flight stability.
** That is only from the [[TheMovie movie continuity]] in comics it's just lasers. PEW PEW PEW.



* ComicBook/XMen's Colossus has been known to use the Fastball Special, which is throwing a most unusual thrown weapon: Wolverine. He's not the only strongman in Marvel to have a teammate who occasionally acts as a thrown weapon.

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* ComicBook/XMen's Colossus has been known to use the Fastball Special, FastballSpecial, which is throwing a most unusual thrown weapon: Wolverine. He's not the only strongman in Marvel to have a teammate who occasionally acts as a thrown weapon.



** Main character's daughter is an interesting example. She uses guns and swords... that she makes out of chocolate. She has ability to sculpt chocolate with such accuracy, that the chocolate carving has all properties of the real object. Once she used it to defeat armed terrorists with a contents of a vending machine. Later she gained ability to sculpt jello in a similar fashion and carve tortilla into sharp objects.

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** Main character's daughter is an interesting example. She uses guns and swords... that she makes out of chocolate. She has ability to sculpt chocolate with such accuracy, that the chocolate carving has all properties of the real object. Once she used it to defeat armed terrorists with a contents of a vending machine. Later she gained ability to sculpt jello in a similar fashion and carve tortilla into sharp objects.
25th Jan '17 4:14:08 PM Yib
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** This series focuses on food, so it naturally has tons of food-related weapons. There are original users of abovemetioned chocolate and jello sculpting abilities, but on top of that there are [[WhipItGood noodles]], giant bottles of champagne, exploding nuclear clams, tanks made out of bubble gum, golems made out of mashed potatoes - the list goes on.

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** This series focuses on food, so it naturally has tons of food-related weapons. There are original users of abovemetioned chocolate and jello sculpting abilities, but on top of that there are also people, who use [[WhipItGood noodles]], giant bottles of champagne, exploding nuclear clams, tanks made out of bubble gum, golems made out of mashed potatoes - the list goes on.
25th Jan '17 4:12:37 PM Yib
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** Main character's daughter is an interesting example. She uses guns and swords... that she makes out of chocolate. She has ability to sculpt chocolate with such accuracy, that the chocolate carving has all properties of the real object. Once she used it to defeat armed terrorists with a contents of a vending machine. Later she gained ability to sculpt jello in a similar fashion and carve tortilla into sharp objects.

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** Main character's daughter is an interesting example. She uses guns and swords... that she makes out of chocolate. She has ability to sculpt chocolate with such accuracy, that the chocolate carving has all properties of the real object. Once she used it to defeat armed terrorists with a contents of a vending machine. Later she gained ability to sculpt jello in a similar fashion and carve tortilla into sharp objects.objects.
** Main character [[PowerCopying gained skills of the several baseball players,]] [[MakesSenseInContext after he was forced to]] [[CannibalismSuperpower eat their remains.]] After that he used baseball as a throwing weapon on two separate occasions, both times successful.
** This series focuses on food, so it naturally has tons of food-related weapons. There are original users of abovemetioned chocolate and jello sculpting abilities, but on top of that there are [[WhipItGood noodles]], giant bottles of champagne, exploding nuclear clams, tanks made out of bubble gum, golems made out of mashed potatoes - the list goes on.
16th Jan '17 10:55:46 AM Yib
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* Vampire from ''ComicBook/{{Chew}}'' uses kitchen knives. Knives are pretty common weapons, but using a butter knife to [[AnArmandaLeg slice someone's arm off isn't]]. Then he decides to use a more formidable weapon and [[HalftheManHeUsedtoBe bisects a person]] with a ''pizza cutter''. On top of that he uses chopsticks as throwing weapons. [[DeathOfaThousandCuts A lot of them.]]

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* Vampire from ''ComicBook/{{Chew}}'' uses kitchen knives. Knives are pretty common weapons, but using a butter knife to [[AnArmandaLeg slice someone's arm off isn't]]. Then he decides to use a more formidable weapon and [[HalftheManHeUsedtoBe bisects a person]] with a ''pizza cutter''. On top of that he uses chopsticks as throwing weapons. [[DeathOfaThousandCuts A lot of them.]]]]
** Main character's daughter is an interesting example. She uses guns and swords... that she makes out of chocolate. She has ability to sculpt chocolate with such accuracy, that the chocolate carving has all properties of the real object. Once she used it to defeat armed terrorists with a contents of a vending machine. Later she gained ability to sculpt jello in a similar fashion and carve tortilla into sharp objects.
13th Jan '17 8:31:23 AM Yib
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* Casey Jones from ''ComicBook/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'' does the vigilante thing carrying a golf bag full of random sporting equipment like baseball bats and his trademark hockey stick.

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* Casey Jones from ''ComicBook/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'' does the vigilante thing carrying a golf bag full of random sporting equipment like baseball bats and his trademark hockey stick.stick.
* Vampire from ''ComicBook/{{Chew}}'' uses kitchen knives. Knives are pretty common weapons, but using a butter knife to [[AnArmandaLeg slice someone's arm off isn't]]. Then he decides to use a more formidable weapon and [[HalftheManHeUsedtoBe bisects a person]] with a ''pizza cutter''. On top of that he uses chopsticks as throwing weapons. [[DeathOfaThousandCuts A lot of them.]]
31st Jul '16 3:24:25 AM BiffJr
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** At one point Daredevil charged at Bullseye directly while they were both in an empty room, figuring that taking away anything he could turn into a weapon would make it an easy fight. Bullseye responds by beating him repeatedly against the walls and floor.
9th Jun '16 3:06:09 PM StFan
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* In his '90s run on ''ComicBook/{{X-Factor}}'', Peter David introduced Professor Rick Chalker, who surgically transformed himself into Number One Fan by having ''his hands replaced with giant, razor-sharp fan blades''. Ironically not the sharpest tool in the drawer, he realized too late that he was trapped in his impenetrable lab by his lack of hands, and out of frustration, slapped himself in the forehead (with gruesome results). He was brought back to life along with his relatives Vic (who electrocuted himself while testing his super exoskeleton in the rain) and Dick, but their collective ineptitude quickly killed them for good.

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* In his '90s run on ''ComicBook/{{X-Factor}}'', ''ComicBook/XFactor'', Peter David introduced Professor Rick Chalker, who surgically transformed himself into Number One Fan by having ''his hands replaced with giant, razor-sharp fan blades''. Ironically not the sharpest tool in the drawer, he realized too late that he was trapped in his impenetrable lab by his lack of hands, and out of frustration, slapped himself in the forehead (with gruesome results). He was brought back to life along with his relatives Vic (who electrocuted himself while testing his super exoskeleton in the rain) and Dick, but their collective ineptitude quickly killed them for good.
27th May '16 1:53:57 PM Doug86
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* ComicBook/{{X-Men}}'s Colossus has been known to use the Fastball Special, which is throwing a most unusual thrown weapon: Wolverine. He's not the only strongman in Marvel to have a teammate who occasionally acts as a thrown weapon.

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* ComicBook/{{X-Men}}'s ComicBook/XMen's Colossus has been known to use the Fastball Special, which is throwing a most unusual thrown weapon: Wolverine. He's not the only strongman in Marvel to have a teammate who occasionally acts as a thrown weapon.
26th Dec '15 1:40:13 PM HiddenInTheTruth
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* One [[MemeticMutation infamous]] villain of the ''ComicBook/{{Crossed}}'' series got the nickname "Horsecock" for a certain severed farm animal's appendage that he uses to beat his opponents to death with.

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* One [[MemeticMutation infamous]] villain of the ''ComicBook/{{Crossed}}'' series got the nickname "Horsecock" for a certain severed farm animal's appendage that he uses to beat his opponents to death with.with.
* Casey Jones from ''ComicBook/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'' does the vigilante thing carrying a golf bag full of random sporting equipment like baseball bats and his trademark hockey stick.
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