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The earliest example I know of was the Flash (Barry Allen) wielding Hal Jordan's ring in Green Lantern Vol 2 #20, published in April 1963. He didn't make heavy use of it, but he did perform a few ring-based feats, like projecting a hand construct in one of the pages below, and shrinking himself in a later one.


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He wasn't popular at that time. TvTropes entry for Superfriends. The Martian Manhunter is the only one of the core seven that didn't appear on the show. The character had been written out of the comics shortly before the show debuted and only appeared sporadically until the mid 80's, over 15 years in Comic-Book Limbo. TvTropes Comic book limbo Despite his ...


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Well, the loosely cited Wikipedia entry for Shazam (Tv Series) answers two of your questions. For a brief time, Uncle Dudley became the role of Mentor in the comics. The Mentor character, as played by Les Tremayne, was unique to the TV series and did not originate from the Shazam! comics. His background, and the origin of his relationship to Billy, were ...


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Could be Cinder from DC Comics' Titans: Villains For Hire (2011). From Comic Book Resources: The basics for Cinder is that she was an Italian woman from a well-to-do family that was molested by her uncle. So she then hunts down sex offenders and kill them. When we first meet her, she's killing a sex offender by burning him alive (her power is to turn into ...


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The comics tend not to broach this issue, as it's obviously a rather adult topic, and Superman comics are mostly intended to be suitable for young readers as well as older ones. The closest I've seen them come to addressing it was in Adventures of Superman Annual Vol 1 #3. This story was set in an alternate future branching off from the then-current Post-...


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I don't really think that a tactical analysis really accounts for Supergirl losing here. It's largely down to the fact that Reign takes less punishment and, on those rare occasions that she gets hit, recovers much more quickly. The fight. Kara says "give it your best shot", at which point Reign punches her in the face repeatedly for several minutes....


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Like most comic creations, it varies. Sometimes it has a maximum length of 150 feet. Lasso of Truth, 15 Things You Didn't Know About The Lasso of Truth Other times it is exceptionally long and flexibility. Lasso of Truth It's flexibility suggests it can lengthen even further as it flexes. Some bungie cords can stretch to twice their original length. And as ...


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Teen Titans (2003) and Young Justice never existed in the same universe and do not fit together. Both shows use Dick Grayson (Robin) as one of the main protagonists. For Teen Titans, this is confirmed in the episode "Fractured" and the appearance of "Larry" (whose real name is Dick Grayson spelt backwards). Teen Titans is loosely based ...


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Since your question says, what was from the comics, and what was later added to the comics. Here are things taken from / inspired by the comics The Oracle like techie in the movie is directly inspired from Oracle from the comics. - IMDB While the characters are different than they are in the movie, part of Steel's storylines are his extended family, ...


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You also have to take into account the Batpod that is used, which wouldn't be very feasible if he was sitting upright.


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