Comic book movies are all the rage these days and for a good reason. They're exciting, full of action, and often well-made. But what many people don't know is that comic book movies aren't a new phenomenon; they've been around since the late 1800s. And while comic books might have started off as a children's medium, they soon became much more complex and mature, dealing with weighty topics like racism, social justice, and war. So if you're a fan of comic book movies or just want to learn more about them, read on! You might be surprised by what you find.

Comic book writers are often faced with the challenge of writing stories that are both interesting and engaging. This is especially difficult when it comes to lazy comic book characters. In order to make these characters more likable and relatable, writers often have to come up with creative ways to make them interesting. Unfortunately, this can be a difficult task, and sometimes lazy characters end up being the downfall of otherwise good storylines.

ARM-FALL-OFF BOY --AND TRANSFORM IT MY POWER WILL ASTOUND YOU! OBSERVE INTO A DEADLY WEAPON! AS I DETACH MY LIMB-- DIE, VILLIAN! HA-YAARA! PLORP KRAK GRACKED.COM I will rip my arm off and beat you with it! In DC's Pre-Zero Hour Universe, Arm-Fall-Off Boy got rejected from The Legion of Superheroes, cus yeah, his only ability is using his own arms as weapons. Suicide Squad's The Detachable Kid is a hilarious riff on it.

Source: DC.fandom


DOORMAN LIKE DOORMAN, OH, THE LIVING PORTAL! THANK YOU, YOUNG MAN! I GOT 'IM. ANYTIME. GRAGKED.COM Using an actual door is lame... use Doorman! Answering the same Great Lakes Avengers ad as Leather Boy, Marvel's Doorman helped fight evil by standing against a wall and letting his fellow super heroes run through him... Ya know, like a door.

Source: Besttopper

STONE BOY GRACKED.COM Quick! Turn into a statue! Introduced by Adventure Comics in 1963, Stone Boy is a member of the Legion of Substitute Superheroes, but since his only power is turning into a stone statue, another member would have to throw him at a bad guy for him to be useful.

Source: Screenrant

ANDROID MAN HOLY COW! WHAT IN BLUE BLAZES IS THIS?!! I HAVE FOUND THE SIGNAL! CRACKED.COM Android is a cool word to throw in front of Man, I'll give 'em that. Another villain for the Fantastic Four, 1968's Android Man was programmed by The Mad Thinker to seek out The Wizard's wonder gloves. Kinda like The Terminator... But for gloves.

Source: Marvel

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