The future of technology always finds some unexpected way to be terrifying. Our ancestors probably assumed lifelong protection from the chickenpox would come with a lot less arm stabbing.
Apparently crime fighters are everywhere, and will drop everything they're doing to foil evildoers.
In theory, political cartoons should be a means to get a controversial point across in a concise, effective, and humorous way. In reality, most usually convey less information than, say, grunting or gesturing.
See ... it's like this.
Anything you can get your hands on can become a weapon. ANYTHING. Including nearby animals.
Some people achieve world records buying running marathons and swimming across oceans. These are not those people.
Japan can take apart other people's inventions, like radios or TV sets, and put them back together better, cheaper and likely in the shape of Hello Kitty. However, the Japanese skill for reverse engineering works less well when it comes to reconfiguring our beloved pop culture icons.
These folks not only didn't let horrific injuries and life destroying disabilities get them down, they actually turned them into superpowers.
Everybody knows a good excuse involves grand theft auto, arson and attempted suicide, amongst other things.