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That panel is from a page in Wonder Woman Vol 2 #87. The character ensnaring Wonder Woman there is a guy called Plasma.


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There seems to be conflicting info on this, at least in regard to who created super-karate. Val's official bio in Who's Who in the Legion of Super-Heroes #3 suggests that super-karate is an expanded form of karate, which he developed himself some time after he was initially taught martial arts by Sensei. Val, named for his mother, Valentina, who died ...


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In the Legion of Super-Heroes “Great Darkness Saga,” Darkseid creates a “reverse-DNA clone” of Superman (as well as several other of the most powerful beings in history). Unlike many of the other examples, this was in the main continuity and resulted in the evil Superman being permanently defeated, not freed of mind-control. Another classic story that might ...


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In the film Superman III, Superman turns selfish under the influence of imitation Kryptonite. This causes him to commit acts of petty vandalism, such as righting the Leaning Tower of Pisa and blowing out the Olympic Flame. Later, after having been seduced by the antagonist's girlfriend, he punches a hole in a supertanker, causing an oil spill. This is in aid ...


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ONE Well, I think that such situation has occurred multiple times. Just to break the ice, I've recently re-read Action Comics vol.1 #584 by John Byrne (writer + penciler) and Dick Giordano (inker). Superman is seen going on a destructive rampage, gloating about the power he wields in his hands. Cyborg of the Teen Titans tries to confront Superman but loses ...


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This is from DC Comics Presents: Justice League of America Vol. 2 Issue 1.


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It has happened a few times in the DC Animated Universe. Presented below are two cases of Brainwashing/Mind Control, and two cases of alternate-universe Supermen. Superman: The Animated Series (S2 E12) "Brave New Metropolis" - 1997 An accident at STAR Labs sends Lois Lane to an alternate universe where Superman, ...


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In relation to Wonder Woman: Year One, then yes, it's absolutely confirmed that Diana has had multiple lesbian relationships in the past. She also engages in a sexual relationship with Steve Trevor. The writers have confirmed that she's 100% "queer" (e.g. bisexual) Matt Santori: I’m going to start off simple and to the point. The Wonder Woman ...


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Action Comics #311 (1964). The world is under the boot of King Superman! It's a red krytonite tale where Superman and Clark Kent are split into separate beings. By all actions and appearances, Superman has become a ruthless megalomaniac (he is even referred to once as "His Satanic Majesty"). The mortal Clark Kent tries every ruse he can conceive ...


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In Wonder Woman (Volume 2) #219 (September 2005), Superman has been brainwashed into believing Wonder Woman is an enemy who has killed Lois Lane. She is able to overcome him for long enough to stop the villain who is mind-controlling him.


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It was almost certainly Dr. Fate who gave the package to the boy. This is strongly hinted at by something he says in a later scene: Dr. Fate: No! He's not ready yet! Yes, he's received the package, but he doesn't know what it means! It was implied that Dr. Fate knew certain things about the future... He also muttered the following (seemingly to himself, ...


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This is DC Comics Presents Vol. 2 (2004) Justice League of America Vol 2 1, specifically the story 'Secret Behind the Stolen Super-Weapons'. The Flash becomes bold and informs the now giant editor that he works for them. Julie responds by sending him flying out the window. The Flash bounces like a pinball around the city before Wonder Woman goes to help him....


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In most super hero situations it simply means kidnap Lois Lane/Mary Jane. The traditional attack at the true weak point of a super hero is picking on those they love, attack the heart.


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Injustice : Gods Among Us comics series where Superman turns evil. He doesn't exactly turn against the humanity, but becomes an evil dictator. Comic Wiki Spoilers ahead:


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In Batman: The Brave & the Bold, Superman became tyrant after coming under the influence of red kryptonite.


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In Justice League: War movie, Superman went rogue, but not by choice.


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This was Zack Snyder's decision for Justice League. He was apparently perfectly happy with having magical flying superheroes fighting intergalactic insects led by a evil brillo pad, but thought that the idea of people talking underwater was silly and illogical. I invented that because I don’t like talking underwater. It makes no sense. I believe Atlanteans’ ...


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Apparently she's been accused of having used excessive force on many occasions, to the point that her "arrests" are now basically being thrown out of court for any criminal with a half-decent lawyer. Kara: But they're in jail now, where they can't hurt anyone. That's all that matters. Maggie: As long as they don't use the "Supergirl defense&...


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Godspeed has a flash of blue lightning in Season 5 because he first got his speed from a Velocity drug. The reason it's usually white though is because he purely uses Tachyons to get his speed


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