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Not an exact match but I think it could be Alejandro Jodorowsky's The Metabarons. In Book 3:Aghnar Othon flies into the mouth of a whale/cyborg/ship called a Cetacyborg and is able to destroy it from the inside. However, the Cetacyborg’s intestinal acid corrodes Othon’s lungs in the process. At a later point his son is able to take command of another ...


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This looks like it could be from the video game: Batman: Dark Tomorrow which was published by Kemco for the Nintendo GameCube and Microsoft Xbox. I found Nintendo World Report which links to a more zoomed out and smaller image of the Batcomputer and it seems to match. There is also the site Jeuxactu which has a much higher quality image that shows it is ...


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This sounds like Shadow Empires: Faith Conquers and it's follow up Sheva's War (although both were released as Graphic Novels as "Iron Empires: Faith Conquers" and "Iron Empires: Sheva's War" respectively). The first four part run comic series, Shadow Empires: Faith Conquers, was released in 1994. The synopsis for the first issue is as ...


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This is Inso's law What Ashley describe is in chapter 1. Her role seem to be female lead(FL) friend, a.k.a a mob character. In this new world, she befriend with the female protagonist and her capture target. The plot start at middle school and then got a time skip to highschool. Syponisis: “I just want to live a normal life, why is this happening to me!” ...


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Depending on your perspective of "superhero", Conan the Barbarian lives in an era where violence is common and people are regularly oppressed, and had his first comic book outing in Cuentos de Abuelito #8 in 1952. Conan himself is a hero in that he fights various tyrants and monsters, but his motivation is basically that of conquest and personal ...


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One possible early example would be Blade, introduced in July of 1973. He lives in a dystopic world where vampires are everywhere, and prey upon humans more or less at will. Blade himself is a hero in that he fights the vampires, but he is stated as doing so not because of benevolence to the humans around him, but rather due to his hatred of the vampires.


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In the most recent wolverine comic, a muramasa cut through the Adamantium reinforce skin of solem.


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Is it Rork? White hair, Lovecraft influences, is much older than he looks, solves supernatural mysteries. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rork


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1. I thought it was going to be Beast, but it's not. X-Men Beast is a founding member of the X-Men in X-Men #1 (Sep 1963). He remains a member of the team until they stop printing new issues as of issue #66 in March 1970: https://marvel.fandom.com/wiki/X-Men_Vol_1_66 It's mentioned in passing in Giant-Size X-Men #1 (May 1975) that Beast had at some point ...


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It's from issue 2 of Batman: City of Light. City of Light is a Batman storyline written by Arnold Pander, Jacob Pander, and Mark Paniccia, with illustrations by the Pander brothers. It was published as an eight issue mini-series. The story deals with a mad architect redesigning Gotham to eliminate crime.


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Specific Context Answer: Currently, the main Comic Book continuity Earth 616 Peter Parker is a young adult; as of this writing (2020), he is portrayed as no older than 31, more than likely closer to 28. This is just an estimation: giving a canonical age will be difficult, due to the nature of comics, and a sliding time scale. To be fair, "aging" in ...


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Simple Answer: As a comic character, traditionally, Spider Man doesn't "age" according to our chronological time. That being said, Peter Parker's relative "age" is going to depend heavily_ on the version (and to a lesser extent, type of media) we are talking about that is portraying the hero. However, if its an "origin" story, ...


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