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* BrainInAJar: The Brain from Sirius, a recurring foe, is [[MyBrainIsBig huge.]]

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* BrainInAJar: The Brain from Sirius, a recurring foe, is a [[MyBrainIsBig huge.]]huge]] brain in a container.

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* BrainInAJar: The Brain from Sirius, a recurring foe, is [[MyBrainIsBig huge.]]

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* LivingBattery: One villain was a millionaire who used homeless people this way to power his mansion (the story was written in the 70s during the height of the energy crisis).


'''E-Man''' is a comic book SuperHero created in the 1970s by Nicola Cuti and [[ComicStrip/DickTracy Joe Staton]] for Creator/CharltonComics.

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'''E-Man''' ''E-Man'' is a comic book SuperHero created in the 1970s by Nicola Cuti and [[ComicStrip/DickTracy Joe Staton]] for Creator/CharltonComics.


'''E-Man''' is a comic book SuperHero created in the 1970s by Nicola Cuti and [[NewspaperComics/DickTracy Joe Staton]] for Creator/CharltonComics.

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'''E-Man''' is a comic book SuperHero created in the 1970s by Nicola Cuti and [[NewspaperComics/DickTracy [[ComicStrip/DickTracy Joe Staton]] for Creator/CharltonComics.


'''E-Man''' is a comic book SuperHero created in the 1970s by Nicola Cuti and Joe Staton for Creator/CharltonComics.

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'''E-Man''' is a comic book SuperHero created in the 1970s by Nicola Cuti and [[NewspaperComics/DickTracy Joe Staton Staton]] for Creator/CharltonComics.


* VoluntaryShapeshifting

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* VoluntaryShapeshiftingVoluntaryShapeshifting: Going from energy to matter (any kind of matter) isn't a problem for E-Man (and later Nova).


* CoolPet: Teddy Q.

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* CoolPet: Teddy Q. He's a koala, and not an ordinary one either.


* BattleCouple: E-Man and Nova.

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* BattleCouple: E-Man and Nova. Especially after Nova becomes an EnergyBeing like E-Man.



* FieryRedhead: Nova.

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* FieryRedhead: Nova.Nova's hair is a bright shade of red.


Long story short: E-Man started out as a packet of pure (sentient) energy born from the explosion of a nova. On Earth, this energy discovered that it could change itself from energy to matter (lampshaded by UsefulNotes/AlbertEinstein's formula: E=mc[[superscript:2]], which became his ChestInsignia), enabling said energy to assume human form. Befriending one Nova Kane (née Katrina Kolchinzski), an archeology student at Xanadu University who works part-time as an exotic dancer, the energy man from space decided to live on Earth using his shape-changing and energy blasts to fight evil as E-Man.

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Long story short: E-Man started out as a packet of pure (sentient) energy born from the explosion of a nova. On Earth, this energy discovered that it could change itself from energy to matter (lampshaded by UsefulNotes/AlbertEinstein's formula: E=mc[[superscript:2]], which became his ChestInsignia), enabling said energy to assume human form. Befriending one Nova Kane (née Katrina Katrinka Kolchinzski), an archeology student at Xanadu University who works part-time as an exotic dancer, the energy man from space decided to live on Earth using his shape-changing and energy blasts to fight evil as E-Man.


* RedIsHeroic: E-Man's costume is red and yellow. (Since the First Comics run, however, the red has been replaced with orange.)


* EnergyBeing

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* EnergyBeingEnergyBeing: E-Man started as pure energy that developed sentience prior to coming to Earth and [[HumanityEnsues assuming human form.]]


* RedIsHeroic: E-Man's costume is red and yellow. (In more recent issues, however, the red has been replaced with orange.)

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* RedIsHeroic: E-Man's costume is red and yellow. (In more recent issues, (Since the First Comics run, however, the red has been replaced with orange.)


* RedIsHeroic: E-Man's costume is red and yellow.

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* RedIsHeroic: E-Man's costume is red and yellow. (In more recent issues, however, the red has been replaced with orange.)



'''E-Man''' is a comic book SuperHero created in the 1970s by Nicola Cuti and Joe Staton for Charlton Comics.

Long story short: E-Man started out as a packet of pure (sentient) energy born from the explosion of a nova. On Earth, this energy discovered that it could change itself from energy to matter (lampshaded by AlbertEinstein's formula: E=mc[[superscript:2]], which became his ChestInsignia), enabling said energy to assume human form. Befriending one Nova Kane (née Katrina Kolchinzski), an archeology student at Xanadu University who works part-time as an exotic dancer, the energy man from space decided to live on Earth using his shape-changing and energy blasts to fight evil as E-Man.

Other characters included seedy PrivateDetective Michael ("Don't call me {{Mickey|Mouse}}") Mauser and a rather curious-looking koala named Teddy Q.

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\n'''E-Man''' is a comic book SuperHero created in the 1970s by Nicola Cuti and Joe Staton for Charlton Comics.

Creator/CharltonComics.

Long story short: E-Man started out as a packet of pure (sentient) energy born from the explosion of a nova. On Earth, this energy discovered that it could change itself from energy to matter (lampshaded by AlbertEinstein's UsefulNotes/AlbertEinstein's formula: E=mc[[superscript:2]], which became his ChestInsignia), enabling said energy to assume human form. Befriending one Nova Kane (née Katrina Kolchinzski), an archeology student at Xanadu University who works part-time as an exotic dancer, the energy man from space decided to live on Earth using his shape-changing and energy blasts to fight evil as E-Man.

Other characters included seedy PrivateDetective Michael ("Don't call me {{Mickey|Mouse}}") {{WesternAnimation/Mickey|Mouse}}") Mauser and a rather curious-looking koala named Teddy Q.






* ComicBookFantasyCasting: E-Man was originally modelled after Robert Redford.

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* ComicBookFantasyCasting: E-Man was originally modelled after Robert Redford.Creator/RobertRedford.



* FieryRedhead: Nova.



* MsFanservice: Nova works part time as an exotic dancer to pay for her tuition, as stated above.



* SewerGator: Big Al, a villain introduced "The Sewer of Doom" story, is a talking, cigar-smoking, albino sewer gator who wants to conquer the world in the name of reptile-kind.
* {{Stripperiffic}}: Nova works part time as a exotic dancer to pay for her tuitions, as stated above.

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* RedIsHeroic: E-Man's costume is red and yellow.
* SewerGator: Big Al, a villain introduced in "The Sewer of Doom" story, is a talking, cigar-smoking, cigar-smoking albino sewer gator who wants to conquer the world in the name of reptile-kind.
* {{Stripperiffic}}: Nova works part time as a exotic dancer to pay for her tuitions, as stated above.
reptile-kind.




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* VoluntaryShapeshifting

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