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* ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfBatman''
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**''Characters/HeroesOnCampus''
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* ''ComicBook/TheRay''
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* ''ComicBook/TheWildStorm''
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* ''Film/ThePunisher1989''
* ''Film/ThePunisher2004''
* ''Film/PunosherWarZone''
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** ''Series/{{Runaways}}''
8th Feb '17 8:10:31 PM MagnusForce
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Superheroes are ''not'' limited merely to comic books and their derivations. ''Literature/{{Gladiator}}'', ''Anime/GoldenBat'', ''Prince of Gamma'', ''Franchise/LoneRanger'' and ''Franchise/GreenHornet'' predate all comic format superheroes. ''Series/KnightRider'', ''Series/TheSixMillionDollarMan'', and ''Series/DoctorWho'' are television examples that (with the exception of ''Series/DoctorWho'') partake in fairly little of the comic book medium. On Japanese television, the tokusatsu has a long and proud tradition of superheroism, most famously Franchise/{{Ultraman}} and Franchise/KamenRider, serving as the national image of superheroes. {{Anime}} is also chock full of super heroes from Manga/AstroBoy to Franchise/SailorMoon; {{Sentai}} and MagicalGirlWarrior are two Japanese genres that are an outgrowth of this, not to mention SuperRobot, which is a [[AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever gigantic]], [[HumongousMecha armored]] variant of the superhero.

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Superheroes are ''not'' limited merely to comic books and their derivations. ''Literature/{{Gladiator}}'', ''Anime/GoldenBat'', ''Prince of Gamma'', ''Franchise/LoneRanger'' and ''Franchise/GreenHornet'' predate all comic format superheroes. ''Series/KnightRider'', ''Series/TheSixMillionDollarMan'', and ''Series/DoctorWho'' are television examples that (with the exception of ''Series/DoctorWho'') partake in fairly little of the comic book medium. On Japanese television, the tokusatsu has a long and proud tradition of superheroism, most famously Franchise/{{Ultraman}} Series/{{Ultraman}} and Franchise/KamenRider, serving as the national image of superheroes. {{Anime}} is also chock full of super heroes from Manga/AstroBoy to Franchise/SailorMoon; {{Sentai}} and MagicalGirlWarrior are two Japanese genres that are an outgrowth of this, not to mention SuperRobot, which is a [[AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever gigantic]], [[HumongousMecha armored]] variant of the superhero.
7th Feb '17 5:57:21 AM Anddrix
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* ''ComicBook/AlphaGods''
7th Feb '17 4:23:23 AM JoeBerridgeBeale
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* ''Literature/GamerGirl2016'' is a superhero action comedy [[{{WebSerialNovel}} web serial novel]] following the bizarre adventures of Ralphie Hero, aka Gamer Girl, a costumed vigilante with the superpower to summon the items and abilities of video game player characters. Working alongside her partner Comikazé ‘Kazé’ Maniakku, aka Fangirl, a superhero fanatic with an electric fan gun, Ralphie sets out to make a name for herself in a city already full of crime fighters. Between the monsters, the supervillains, and Ralphie’s mild sociopathic tendencies, it does not go well.

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* ''Literature/GamerGirl2016'' ''[[{{Literature/GamerGirl2016}} Gamer Girl]]'' is a superhero action comedy [[{{WebSerialNovel}} web serial novel]] following the bizarre adventures of Ralphie Hero, aka Gamer Girl, a costumed vigilante with the superpower to summon the items and abilities of video game player characters. Working alongside her partner Comikazé ‘Kazé’ Maniakku, aka Fangirl, a superhero fanatic with an electric fan gun, Ralphie sets out to make a name for herself in a city already full of crime fighters. Between the monsters, the supervillains, and Ralphie’s mild sociopathic tendencies, it does not go well.
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