* Matter-Eater Lad of the ''ComicBook/{{Legion Of Super-Heroes}}'' has the power to - you guessed it! - eat and digest any form of matter. [[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway This not a joke]]. [[spoiler:The supervillains he ate know very well.]]
** M.E. Lad has eaten his way out of at least one cage. He is also one of the few characters possessing this ability to demonstrate the logical but downplayed [[RequiredSecondaryPowers corollary power]] of Acid Spit. Think of the "Alien" movies and their 'molecular acid for blood', but a controllable projectile.
*** He can eat laser beams, on the grounds that energy is also a form of matter.
*** He's also eaten an explosive device nobody could destroy, remove, or molecularly alter. People were reminded why they kept him around: as a plot device.
** Ditto for Upchuck the alien "Gourmand" of WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10}}'s transformations.
*** ...Only he can't eat anything that's edible to regular humans.
** Ditto ''again'' for Masu in ''DeadmanWonderland'' (although this hasn't been shown as a ''power'' per say).
* In Creator/PhilFoglio's adaptation of the ''ComicBook/MythAdventures'' series, dimensional-castaway and powerless-magic-instructor Aahz will occasionally snack on various nearby objects, which have included a goblet and a doormat. The behavior was not specifically mentioned in the [[Literature/MythAdventures source novels]]. However, the cuisine from Aahz's home dimension of Perv (making him a P-e-r-V-E-C-T, thank you very much) is as disgusting to the reader's sensibilities as Asprin could make it, which may mean that Foglio's visual joke is a JustifiedTrope. However, as Aahz is only depicted doing this during long segments of exposition, it may simply be Foglio poking fun at Asprin's writing depicting Aahz [[VisualPun chewing the scenery]].
* ''ComicBook/LuckyLuke''
** Averell Dalton. His reaction after being forced to eat a bar of soap? Going after another, because he found it tasty.
** Rantanplan the guard dog is even more so.
* ''Garfield'' , [[http://images.tcj.com/2011/06/Garfy0001.jpg to an extent]].
* The comic book ''{{Chew}}'' features a man who has the power to psychically see the lives of anything he eats. He's a homicide detective, and is often forced [[{{Squick}} to use his power to solve cases.]]
** Unfortunately, he can't turn the power off. He eats a lot of beets, because it's the only food he can eat without having to watch its entire history.
* Grossout from ''ComicBook/ScareTactics'' was known to eat small dogs when hungry, and once ate a pillow in his sleep.
* {{Galactus}}. While there are a few who might have a bigger ''range'', nobody comes anywhere near him for ''scale''. Dude eats ''planets''.
** [[{{Transformers}} Unicron]] would like to point out Galactus is not the only planetvore around.
*** As would the [[ShadowRaiders Beast Planet]].
** Also his daughter Gali/Galacta; she lives on Earth, tries to let the locals in peace, and eats alien invaders and bioweapons. It takes all her willpower to NOT eat the yummy Earth. [[spoiler: And it has gotten even worse since she became pregnant.]]
** If you consider that Galactus eats everything on the planet, he's got a pretty big range, too (although he probably processes those things along the same lines as we would with seasonings). He just does it in fewer bites.
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