I'd say the classic image of barbarians doesn't include much clothes. Generations Byrne's Golden Era throwback teams Superman and Batman in a fight against the Ultra-Humanite, a genius supervillain capable of transferring his mind into others. How would all those beat-downs have affected his longevity? Sign into your NZ Herald. What have comic books and movies told us about Batman's physical abilities? Share on Twitter twitter. John Byrne lets his imagination fly with two characters whose secret superpower here involves genre-bending.
During that interim, the groom was indecently assaulted by a passerby. Thank you for keeping the discussion, and our community, civil and respectful. Not surprisingly, it doesn't work, so if there's any takeaway from this comic, it's that Ben Franklin was a goddamn moron. As it turns out, he's taking mental pictures for "later use," because a few months later in Superman's comic, this happens:. It will, however, exclude you from interest-based advertising conducted through participating networks, as provided by their policies and choice mechanisms. Alright, I don't really want to stare at this every time I browse.
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Forums aside, personally I think that creators have right to include everything they want in their creation. Luckily, Superman comes up with a brilliant solution that will get him off the hook and preserve his secret identity:. There's research suggesting that concussions might cause depression in NFL players. Maybe, but probably not. What effects would all that training have on Bruce Wayne's body? Which is barely at all. He's able to offset some of the physical damage to his head because of the cowl—it works a bit like a helmet.