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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_content_3'); })This is the tendency in fiction for exposure to nuclear radiation or other hazards (including Green Rocks) to result in a character gaining super-powers when an unpleasant death by radiation poisoning or a slow, agonizing demise by cancer would be a more likely outcome.
Don't try to tell that to anybody on the inside of the fourth wall, though.
Unsurprisingly, this trope seems to have been at its peak in the atom-crazed 1950s when anything "atomic" was seen as cutting-edge, but is now falling out of favor as the common person's changed perception of the negative effects of radiation make it increasingly less believable as a source for superhero mutation. A few superhero characters whose backstory involved gaining powers though irradiation have since been re-written into genetic engineering being responsible to capitalize on a new area of scientific ignorance for viewers.
Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_content_2'); })Godzilla movies aside, this is not a particularly common trope in Japan as, due to World War II, the Japanese are much better acquainted with the effects that atomic radiation has on human physiology than most. In fact, the Japanese Kaiju genre (which includes Godzilla) was known for highlighting the negative effects of radiation, rather than the positive effects we often saw in American fiction of that era.
See also Phlebotinum du Jour (for more unlikely things that promote superpowers) and Deus ex Nukina (for more things that nuclear power can arbitrarily solve).
A Super Trope to Nuclear Nasty, which specifically talks about monsters created by radiation. Frequently this trope needs Radiation-Immune Mutants as a Required Secondary Power. The predecessors to this trope are Lightning Can Do Anything and Chemistry Can Do Anything; before the discovery of nuclear power, electricity and chemicals were the go-to source for magical do-anything phlebotinum. One of its successors is Quantum Mechanics Can Do Anything. Sometimes overlaps with Toxic Waste Can Do Anything when we're talking about nuclear waste.
Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_content_1'); })Not to be confused with Deus ex Nukina or Atomic Hate. This trope is why you should never Nuke 'em.
Named for an obscure '80s alternative music hit, oxymoronic as it may seem to use "obscure" and "hit" in the same sentence.
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In Gone, people can die from radioactivity (and some of them nearly do), but it's also a potential cause for the superpowers that some of the kids have. It's also what the local monster feeds on. Justified, because Gone takes place in an Alternate Universe where the laws of science have been rewritten.
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Astro Boy handled this a bit better. The hero still got his powers from atomic energy (and even played the trope literally once in the 80's anime, with Astro falling for a sentient atomic bomb called Nuka) but that's because he was a nuclear powered robot. The effects of nuclear energy on humans however are portrayed fairly realistically. One story "The Coral Reef Adventure" for example, involves nuclear testing in the Pacific and features animals & people who are hideously deformed & dying due to radiation.
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Also, in one episode of Kimba the White Lion, there's a grasshopper mutated by radiation. Guess what happens? Well, here's a hint: The episode is called "The Gigantic Grasshopper."
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One possible Origin in Super Munchkin involves stubbing one's toe on a "super ultra radioactive block of stuff". In the base game, the Plutonium Dragon is one of the highest level monsters.
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Our Dumb Century: Parodied in The Onion's book, where a headline from 1963 declares "Boy Bitten by Radioactive Spider Dies of Leukemia". The body of the article mentions Peter Parker as being the sixth atomic accident fatality in the last month, referring to Dr. Bruce Banner and Reed Richards and friends.
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In the late 50s and early 60s, there was a belief among certain scientists that the sudden appearance of a number of children of high intelligence was caused by the recent appearance of Strontium-90 from nuclear testing, which led to a fringe belief that humanity was undergoing an evolutionary leap. This may well have been the inspiration for the X-Men.
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Also parodied in one of the Sluggy Freelance stick-figure fillers where Torg is bitten by a radioactive animal and gains the superpower to lose his teeth and hair. Fortunately, aliens are nearby to cure him and give him real superpowers.
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Hinamori attempts to invoke this trope in Please Stop Eating The Hell Butterflies. Why? Well, she's crazy, so there's that.
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A chapter of Black Jack features another aversion with an artist who is slowly dying of radiation poisoning due to nuclear fallout.
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Many of Spidey's classic foes gained their powers from some type of radiation accident as well, but special mention goes to Doctor Octopus. Not only was the good doctor an actual atomic scientist who would later use this knowledge in several of his evil schemes, but in one retelling of his origin, Spider-Man/Doctor Octopus: Year One, he considers himself and Spider-Man to be twins of their "mother", nuclear power. Ock generally seems to take this trope's title literally.
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The pedoscope, a gimmicky device once found in shoe stores that would x-ray your feet to find the perfect fit. Featured once on the show Pawn Stars, disassembling it found that the x-ray tube inside gave off ten times more radiation then conventional x-ray machines.
While the radiation inflicted on the customers was not good, the real victims were the shoe salesmen, who got exposed to this continually, day in and day out.
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Metropolis featured a radioactive metal called Omotanium that could cause animals to grow to giant sizes, create artificial sunspots and helped create a superpowered Artificial Human.
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In the late 1960s Black Canary gained her iconic supersonic scream due to radiation. This was later deconstructed when it was revealed several (both in-series and meta) years later that she was terminally ill due to the lingering effects of the radiation.
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The Simpsons:
The Simpsons has their own Radioactive Man, and arguably the most popular of the two.
In the episode where the family became farmers, Homer irradiates the crops with plutonium borrowed from the nuclear plant in the hope that they grow bigger, like in the movies. Instead, he ends up with normal-sized tomatoes, only they have combined with tobacco to form "tomacco".
Used to explain how Mike Scioscia can show up in the Moneyball parody despite getting radiation poisoning in the softball episode nearly twenty years previously. Apparently, "It gave me super managing powers. I also demagnetize credit cards."
In "Marge vs. the Monorail", Mr. Burns stores nine drums of nuclear waste in a single tree, causing some of the tree's branches to turn into purple tentacles and a squirrel inhabiting it to gain Eye Beams and a long prehensile tongue, both of which it uses to its ecological advantage.
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Scorch from Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is theorized to have received his powers from a nuclear accident that occurred at a Chinese power plant. However, at the same time it's mentioned that no one else involved got any powers, so in the end the source remains ambiguous.
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The main characters of Toxic Crusaders became super-powerful (as well as hideously deformed) when they were exposed to radioactive waste in five separate unlikely accidents.
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In Frankenstein 1970, Victor von Frankenstein uses atomic power to bring his creature to life.
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In the Fallout: Equestria universe, as in the original Fallout franchise, the radiation in the Equestrian Wasteland causes all manner of crazy mutations in animals and ponies alike. This is actually more Justified than in the original, seeing as the "radiation" originated from magical superweapons.
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Antimatter particles and radioactive rays are legitimate powers in Chaos Fighters. They are considered Non-Elemental in its magic system, though.
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There's also Red Hulk, who even absorbs radiation. Combining gamma radiation and cosmic power will let you do that, apparently.
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Sky High (2005):
Referred to by the school nurse; "The kids who get bit by radioactive insects or fall into a vat of toxic waste, their powers usually show up the next day. Or - they die."
Also by Layla and Magenta
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Class of Nuke 'Em High is about a high school next door to a leaky nuclear power plant.
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Aqua Teen Hunger Force:
The episode "Super Hero", where Master Shake exposes himself to toxic waste that, instead of giving him super powers, causes him to slowly melt.
Another episode featured a nuclear powered grill that through the magic of radiation was able to bring piles of snot to life (and melt the polar ice caps). Well it was sort of a dream, but it took up the entire episode and given the setting...
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Late in Starcraft II Heart Of The Swarm, during a bonus mission to upgrade the Ultralisk, Mengsk orders his men to drop an experimental nuclear weapon over a group of Ultralisks. The Ultralisks start suffering radiation poisoning, but Abathur, thinking quickly, alters the genetic sequences of the Ultralisks to allow them to assimilate the radioactive particles and use them to change further. The result? The Ultralisks turn into Torrasques, beasts capable of resurrecting themselves when killed. Nice job there, Mengsk!
There's also the slightly psychologically unstable special ops Ghost units who, aside from being the only units who can call in nuke drops, also seem to enjoy doing so a great deal... Like, a really great deal. Way too much, in fact... If it wasn't for their Restraining Bolt, it might've actually been the source of quite a few big problems...
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DC Universe Online lets player characters have atomic powers.
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This may or may not be the cause of the mutation of every last citizen of Alpha Complex in Paranoia.
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In one episode of The Flamin' Thongs, Holden gains temporary insect-based superpowers from eating radioactive cockroaches.
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In Krypton No More, Superman villain's Radion's powers were caused by a nuclear accident at an atomic power plant. He possesses radioactive powers and the ability to cause atomic decay.
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One of the main villains on Captain Planet and the Planeteers was Duke Nukem (no relation to the video game character of the same name), who had been transformed by radiation into a mutant that feeds on nuclear waste and radioactivity.
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In "Mant!", the film-within-a-film of Matinee, radiation combines a shoe salesman with an ant. (He gets bitten while getting a dental x-ray.)
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Hilariously parodied in a Dilbert strip sequence, in which Dilbert decides to make himself a superhero costume and stand outside the local nuclear plant, in the hope that an accident will occur and give him superpowers. When he gets there, he finds a dozen other guys, all in various designs of spandex, who apparently all had the same idea.
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In Freefall, not only is the ship run on fusion, dislike of it is allowed to run to rampant paranoia.
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The Incredible Hulk, as well as his foes the Leader and Abomination.
She-Hulk: Apparently deadly radiation can turn you into a 6'7" green supermodel who can bench a train. She-Hulk didn't directly get her powers from radiation but rather a blood transfusion from Bruce Banner, her cousin...
And they're only the most famous. The Hulk comics have seen a whole horde of people mutated by gamma radiation over the years.
Most of the Leader's schemes revolve around trying to mutate humanity with gamma radiation, most recently in Fall of The Hulks.
There's also Red Hulk, who even absorbs radiation. Combining gamma radiation and cosmic power will let you do that, apparently.
The reason Bruce and other Gamma mutates received superpowers instead of radiation sickness from Gamma radiation is because of a genetic trigger that one person possessed long ago. Bruce, his relatives, and a few others are all descendants of the original carrier. The guy who discovered said trigger found a way to copy it and used it to become a Gamma mutate too.
Immortal Hulk postulates a parallel explanation: in the Marvel universe, gamma radiation is equal parts science and magic. It works like science expects it to work... until it doesn't, until it starts turning people into metaphors for their psychology.
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Parodied in the Earthworm Jim cartoon for one episode where Jim, attempting to get superpowers to replace the weak super suit copy he was stuck with, used comic book methods. His efforts include getting trapped in a nuclear reactor, which gives him a glow-in-the-dark rash, and being bitten by a radioactive flea, which causes him to gain out-of-control leaping powers and grow flea legs from his head.
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Parodied in Kong Tower, where this is described as the Sklodowska Reaction, and the professor describing it to his students has to lock the door and won't open it until he's assured they won't kill themselves trying to give themselves superpowers by exposing themselves to radiation.
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In The Fall Louise, while already having magic before arriving in the Mojave. begins to experience some changes to it due to the radiation of the world.
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Listen to the theme-song for the old Spider-Man (1967) animated series: "Is he strong? Listen, bud, he's got radioactive blood!" ...in real life, people with radioactive blood aren't particularly strong.
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The TEC in Sins of a Solar Empire never leave home without a truckload of nukes for siege purposes. The Marza dreadnought can also be upgraded to re-purpose one for ship-to-ship warfare. Their superweapon, the Novalith Cannon, fires a massive, high-yield nuclear bomb at their hapless enemies' planets. One shot reduces the planets' population by 90%, and makes the rest die of radiation poisoning, two completely sterilizes the planet and makes it unusable for 5 minutes in real-time, which works out to several weeks game-time.
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I Love Nuclear Power
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Knuckles the Echidna in the Archie Comics Sonic the Hedgehog comic books, had his egg irradiated with Chaos Energy from the Master Emerald by his father Locke (himself self-subjected to radiation and genetic testing), granting him powers and abilities far beyond even his own lineage had as the crystal's guardian. Likewise, his ancestor Dimitri, aka Enerjak, became a near-god from excess radiation siphoned off of the Master Emerald. In fact, if a character doesn't have a natural affinity for powering up with the Chaos Emeralds (like Sonic or Shadow), any Chaos-imbued powers they gain are usually a result of this trope.
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I Love Nuclear Power
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Played with in Final Fantasy XII. Mist is magical energy that is as prevalent in the game's world as background radiation is in reality. However, in some areas of the game, mist is concentrated enough to interfere with airships and mutate wildlife. One of the ways to get this effect is to use nethicite as a weapon.
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In The Adventures of Dr. McNinja, "crazy space radiation" seems to do a lot of, well, crazy things, like grant superintelligence to dinosaurs and create "NASAGHASTS", malevolent astronaut ghosts. It's not surprising, considering how the comic is influenced by Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and other '80s nostalgia full of this trope.
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Spoofed on The Daily Show, with a Public Service Announcement stating that exposure to radioactive mist and substances will, in fact, not give you superpowers. Radioactive animal bites, on the other hand, assure them.
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Discussed in The Big Bang Theory episode "The Alien Parasite Hypothesis":
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I Love Nuclear Power
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In X-Men: First Class, Sebastian Shaw believes that mutants are the "Children of the Atom" and believes all mutants are immune to radiation because of this. This is why he plans to turn the Cold War nuclear, believing that the radiation will wipe humanity out but spare mutants.
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I Love Nuclear Power
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On Batman: The Brave and the Bold, B'wana Beast gets his powers from drinking water contaminated with nuclear waste (in the comics, it comes from a special elixir and helmet).
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I Love Nuclear Power
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Quantum and Woody got their powers after they were accidentally bombarded with quantum energy.
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I Love Nuclear Power
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Fallout: New Vegas reverts many of the Atom Punk elements, but you can make you character stronger from absorbing radiation (though you still get sick from it).
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The final mission of Saints Row: The Third DLC "The Trouble with Clones" has the Boss temporarily gain superpowers after Jimmy gives them irradiated Saints Flow.
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I Love Nuclear Power
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The New 52 reboot embraces this, turning "the Firestorm Protocols" into an extended nuclear arms race metaphor.
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I Love Nuclear Power
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Also lampshaded in the Marvel Universe, when Rick Jones exposed himself to gamma rays to try to develop Hulk-like powers and got cancer instead. He got better, though.
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I Love Nuclear Power
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Freeman's Mind also defies this, with Freeman pointing out that the chances of gaining a beneficial mutation from being exposed to radiation were astronomical, and even if you did get one, you'd still have radiation poisoning.
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I Love Nuclear Power
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Genocide Jones in Sleeper had a job at a "weird government research plant" that features a pair of iconic nuclear cooling towers. Being a loner, he took his lunch in an isolated area of the plant, prominently marked with radiation warnings. He somehow doesn't notice he's getting bigger and stronger.
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I Love Nuclear Power
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In The Powerpuff Girls (2016), one villain is a gnat who was bitten by a radioactive man. He then turned into an abnormally large, lumpy-looking humanoid/gnat hybrid.
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I Love Nuclear Power
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Most of the Leader's schemes revolve around trying to mutate humanity with gamma radiation, most recently in Fall of The Hulks.
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I Love Nuclear Power
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Played a bit more logically in Batman Beyond: The radiation that turned Derek Powers, the Big Bad, into the super-powered Blight was actually therapy for a dose of his own experimental nerve gas. Somehow, their combined effects turned him into a glowing green skeleton, possessing explicitly radiation-based superpowers and weaknesses, with a half-life of one season.
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She-Hulk: Apparently deadly radiation can turn you into a 6'7" green supermodel who can bench a train. She-Hulk didn't directly get her powers from radiation but rather a blood transfusion from Bruce Banner, her cousin...
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I Love Nuclear Power
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Fallout 3 became a straighter example of this trope, with the player character able to gain healing from being irradiated. The game also made the pre-war world a lot more Atom Punk than earlier games, with nuclear-powered cars.
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In Fallout 4 the player can choose a dialogue option joking that they'll run through a heavily irradiated area in their underwear in the hopes of gaining superpowers. Doctor Amari feels the need to remind the Sole Survivor that this would only kill them, though there may be a few players out there that did so anyway.
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Played straight by Superman villain Neutron, and Supergirl villain Reactron, both of whom have the ability to control and project nuclear radiation.
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 Comicbook: Supergirl
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Averted in Farscape where Crichton builds a wormhole-controlling device with a nuclear power source. His ally turned enemy steals it and in the ensuing chase, the radiation shield protecting the power source is knocked open, meaning Crichton has to make a split-second jump towards the device to render it safe. He fails, absorbs a lethal dose of radiation and succumbs to his illness by the end of the episode.
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I Love Nuclear Power
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The Flash has a minor recurring adversary named Fallout, a former blue-collar worker who was hired to do work on a nuclear power plant, fell into the reactor, and emerged with translucent green skin and radioactive powers that caused him to inadvertently kill his wife and son. After Flash apprehended him he agreed to act as a living power source for the prison in which he was incarcerated as penance.
In fact, Jay Garrick, the Golden Age Flash, gained his powers when he accidentally inhaled fumes of heavy water, a rare non-radiation based version of I Love Nuclear Power.
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I Love Nuclear Power
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Practically everything in Rocket Age is powered by Radium. Despite being retro sci-fi, it is not advisable to get too close to the glowing rocks. However, radiation may have a link to psychic powers.
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I Love Nuclear Power
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Metro 2033 has giant, highly aggressive mutant rats, bats, moles and other animals created by nuclear war, and the race of psychic mutants known as the Dark Ones who may or may not be human. It's implied the Dark Ones, at least, are actually the result of genetic engineering by the military, though.
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I Love Nuclear Power
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The Hierarchy in Universe at War love radiological weapons. This may be because radiation heals purebred hierarchs, and they get to use the dead and dying indigenous population as zombies.
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I Love Nuclear Power
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Promethean: The Created has the Zeka, named after the Russian gulag prisoners who worked the uranium mines. They're the result of several demiurges who exposed corpses to nuclear power, triggering the Azoth to reanimate them. They may have the worst luck of any Promethean - they're living fallout, doomed to exist only in radiation-filled hellholes. And if they pull off the Great Work and become human? They have an excellent chance of dying from radiation poisoning thanks to their innate radioactive contamination. No wonder so many of them turn to The Dark Side.
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I Love Nuclear Power
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Wing Commander: In the Confederation Handbook, mutations from cosmic radiation are said to be the cause of Pilgrim powers, though not in the short term as often depicted by this trope, taking multiple generations.
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I Love Nuclear Power
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Immortal Hulk postulates a parallel explanation: in the Marvel universe, gamma radiation is equal parts science and magic. It works like science expects it to work... until it doesn't, until it starts turning people into metaphors for their psychology.
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I Love Nuclear Power
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Which is probably why Fallout has the cars.
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This and many other Marvel origins are given a kind-of explanation in the Earth X miniseries, in that certain people have the ability to gain superpowers. What those powers are is determined by how they get them, but because of this innate "spark", they do indeed gain abilities from things that would kill people without it.
This is roughly the same rationalization behind the "metagene" in The DCU.
In the mainstream continuity, radiation-based origins have been explained as genetic experiments by the Celestials that were triggered by radiation.
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After The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms, this became a very popular way to create a giant monster.
Godzilla is the most famous example. But it wasn't all beneficial for Godzilla, as the radiation resulted in a Painful Transformation that left him Covered in Scars (hence the rough skin texture). Godzilla vs. Destoroyah even sees him starting to melt down from the excess build-up of radiation.
Them! is another good one.
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I Love Nuclear Power
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Some superheroes (and villains) in Champions received their powers from nuclear radiation or being descended from people exposed to radiation.
Also, older editions of the game allowed players to completely redesign their character if the plot would allow for it and the GM agreed - the rules refer to this as a 'Radiation Accident', even if nuclear energy had nothing to do with it.
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I Love Nuclear Power
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In Single Parents Night, it's believed that Tails having the ability to fly has to do with him being found by a chemical plant.
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 Single Parents Night (Blog)
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In Werewolf: The Apocalypse, servants of the Wyrm revere radiation. Nuclear explosions are sacred to Furmas, the elemental Wyrm of Balefire. The balefire burning in Black Spiral Dancer caverns is radioactive, producing mutations in some of the werewolves who reside therein.
One of the Black Spiral Dancers' holiest caerns is a nuclear testing site in Alamagordo, New Mexico, where a colossal Thunderwyrm named Grammaw nests underground. The original nuclear blast blinded one of the Trinity Hive's elders, and hive members who guard Grammaw are hairless and pale due to the effects of residual radiation.
The area for ten kilometers around Chernobyl, meanwhile, is a spawning ground for Wyrm-servants. The radiation is bad enough that even some of the non-Black Spiral Dancer werewolves are born deformed and infertile (a condition that, in the rest of the world, is only caused by two werewolves mating).
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Averted Post-Crisis in Superman (albeit played straight elsewhere in The DCU.) The chronic health problems that plague Lex Luthor in both his comic book and cartoon series appearances are a result of exposure to the Kryptonite Ring he wore for quite some time. While it certainly hurts Superman very quickly, having it around you for years will have the same effect any kind of radiation will.
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I Love Nuclear Power
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As seen in the Mystery Science Theater 3000 episode, Beginning of the End has radiation not only increasing the size of crops, but the size of the grasshoppers who eat the crops! The army then suggests dropping a nuclear bomb on the insects, to which Crow quips, "Oh great, maybe they'll get larger!"
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I Love Nuclear Power
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The "Frei" line of spells in Persona, Persona 2 and Persona 5 are described as "Nuclear Fire" and cause extra damage to enemies who are weak to debilitating physical status effects. In the latter, Makoto Nijima specializes in these types of skills.
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In the Jakub Wędrowycz stories, the Chernobyl power plant incident released radiation since used as a handy explanation or theory for the appearance of psychic trees, talking wolves or dinosaurs.
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Many factions throughout the Command & Conquer series employ nuclear power to one degree or another. The power plants in the first Tiberium game are implied to be nuclear, along with Nod getting a nuclear missile as their superweapon; the Soviets use nuclear reactors and nuclear missiles in the Red Alert series; and the Chinese are big on nuclear energy and weapons in Generals. One particular Chinese general in Zero Hour, Shi Tao, likes nukes, and gets nuclear tanks as standard. The americans also employ Fusion reactors, though they're generally not as powerful as Chinese reactors.
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Spider-Man:
Spidey himself famously acquired his powers after being bitten by a radioactive spider. Just about every adaptation since has veered away from this, making it a genetically-modified test subject instead.
Many of Spidey's classic foes gained their powers from some type of radiation accident as well, but special mention goes to Doctor Octopus. Not only was the good doctor an actual atomic scientist who would later use this knowledge in several of his evil schemes, but in one retelling of his origin, Spider-Man/Doctor Octopus: Year One, he considers himself and Spider-Man to be twins of their "mother", nuclear power. Ock generally seems to take this trope's title literally.
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Godzilla is the most famous example. But it wasn't all beneficial for Godzilla, as the radiation resulted in a Painful Transformation that left him Covered in Scars (hence the rough skin texture). Godzilla vs. Destoroyah even sees him starting to melt down from the excess build-up of radiation.
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This is roughly the same rationalization behind the "metagene" in The DCU.
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Averted in the Doom comic. The Doomguy is very displeased with the fact that radioactive waste is carelessly left lying around. Because now he's radioactive. And that can't be good.
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Used in Buzz Lightyear of Star Command, as a G Rated Fantastic Drug. Mira gets addicted to phasing through nuclear cores, which ups her power and speed to somewhere in the range of Superman and Flash. It's also a subversion, as she suffers radiation withdrawal, complete with unkempt hair, dark circles under her eyes, and general creepiness.
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Parodied in The Fairly OddParents!. The Crimson Chin's origin story has him bitten on the chin by a radioactive celebrity.
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In Patalliro!, Patalliro tries to hatch a "super duck" by irradiating a duck egg, but what hatches is just a rather large duck.
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Averted in one of the New Teen Titans shorts, showing a blooper reel from an in-universe PSA where the Titans have to say the line "No matter what people tell you, gamma rays will not give you superpowers."
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In The Amazing World of Gumball episode "The Crew", Gumball and Darwin are convinced that in order to join a gang of senior citizens they need to look old, so they try to get wrinkles by wallowing in nuclear waste. They don't get wrinkles, but Gumball gets telepathy and Darwin gets magnetism.
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The Zebesian Space Pirates in Metroid Prime use Phazon, a radioactive substance, to create elite troops. If the player reads the Pirate Data entries from your scan visor, it is learned that some of those exposed to Phazon radiation go insane and attack their allies.
Some? Try all. Including you, eventually.
Metroid Prime: Hunters features the Battlehammer, a weapon with a miniature nuclear reactor. This is the Cyborg Space Pirate, Weavil's, weapon of choice. He has one on his arm and one on his crotch.
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In JoJo's Bizarre Adventure it is eventually revealed that the apparently mystical Stands were somehow created by an ancient artifact created from a radioactive meteorite.
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Them! is another good one.
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In Perry Rhodan, the first Mutant Corps consisted almost solely of individuals endowed with various Psychic Powers due to their parents' exposure to radiation — including, though not limited to, the nuclear bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
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Taking place in the 1970s as imagined by the 1940s, characters in Space Age have a very casual attitude about radiation exposure, both from their own nuclear-powered gadgets, and from the radioactive ore they've found on the planet Kepler-16. The latter nearly kills two characters before giving them super-powers.
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Chiasmata: Misanthrope, a friendly, social girl who is so radioactive that can't even be in the same room as anyone without some serious detriments to their health.
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Danny Phantom used this trope a little lightly. The hero was radiated by ecto energy that altered his genetic structure.
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SpongeBob SquarePants has The Atomic Flounder, a retired villain originally for a one-off gag. He later appeared in a Show Within a Show episode during his prime. His first appearance followed the more common use of the trope, with atomic breath, however the second also brought some Body Horror into the mix.
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Ode to Kirihito, on the other hand, is almost realistic about this. Irradiated water causes gradual, painful, and horrible death. Less probably, it makes people look like they're part-dog.
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Team Fortress 2 invokes this trope (parodiously, as always) with the 'Bonk!' energy drink for the Scout. As the advertisement tells us, "Bonk! is fulla radiation, which as we all know is pretty great for giving people super powers."
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Super Filete: Filete and Tocino got their powers by eating radioactive steak and bacon,respectively.
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In Superman IV: The Quest for Peace, Lex Luthor says that nuclear power mixed with genetic material will create a being more powerful than Superman.
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Parodied in The Non-Adventures of Wonderella, where Wonderella uses radiation to accelerate fermentation of some beer that she's brewing... radiation from her cell phone. This naturally creates a beer monster, and then things get weird. Well, weirder.
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When Matt Murdock got toxic waste spilled on him, he gained superpowers but also got blinded.
Lampshaded in one of the comics; when the empowering accident is discussed, a character points out, "You know what would happen to me if I got hit in the face with a radioactive isotope? I would get leukemia and die."
This and many other Marvel origins are given a kind-of explanation in the Earth X miniseries, in that certain people have the ability to gain superpowers. What those powers are is determined by how they get them, but because of this innate "spark", they do indeed gain abilities from things that would kill people without it.
This is roughly the same rationalization behind the "metagene" in The DCU.
In the mainstream continuity, radiation-based origins have been explained as genetic experiments by the Celestials that were triggered by radiation.
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Superman:
Averted Post-Crisis in Superman (albeit played straight elsewhere in The DCU.) The chronic health problems that plague Lex Luthor in both his comic book and cartoon series appearances are a result of exposure to the Kryptonite Ring he wore for quite some time. While it certainly hurts Superman very quickly, having it around you for years will have the same effect any kind of radiation will.
In Krypton No More, Superman villain's Radion's powers were caused by a nuclear accident at an atomic power plant. He possesses radioactive powers and the ability to cause atomic decay.
Played straight by Superman villain Neutron, and Supergirl villain Reactron, both of whom have the ability to control and project nuclear radiation.
Deconstructed in the origin of the Cyborg Superman. In a pastiche of the Fantastic Four, a space shuttle crew is exposed to cosmic radiation but suffer vastly detrimental effects. Two are killed immediately and resurrected in painful or dangerous forms, eventually leading them to suicide, and one is nearly drawn into an alternate dimension. The fourth member of the crew, Hank Henshaw, suffers an accelerated radiation poisoning which rots away his body. However, Henshaw's mind quickly returns to life with technopathic abilities (and rampaging sociopathy).
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In Deadlands: Hell on Earth, being exposed to supernaturally-charged radiation could potentially give useful mutations (like an extra mouth that consumes the life essence of all that die near you), or it could give you a horrible deformity (like an extra mouth that never SHUTS up), or it could just kill you. Then, there are the rad-priests called Doomsayers, who prove that, if you love radiation enough, it just might return the favor.
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d20 Modern sourcebooks d20 Future and d20 Apocalypse provide rules for giving characters mutations, with the soft-SF Handwave of radiation or other mutagens. d20 Modern is explicitly a "cinematic" game, meaning everything can be justified by Rule of Cool, meaning this trope is meant to be in full play. However, the two books also offer sidebars discussing a sliding scale of more realistic treatments of mutation and exposure to radiation.
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Action Fish plays with this trope. The protagonist, Fishbo, turns into Action Fish due to the radioactive waste poured into the ocean, however, his friends and family perish when the radioactive waste gets dumped into the ocean. Also, you can gain bonus points by collecting radioactive waste buckets.
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Defied in Alice and Bob. "For the last fucking time, nuclear power does not give you superpowers."
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Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Adam has a Uranium-235 core.
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Touhou has Utsuho Reiuji, a hell raven with the power of manipulation of nuclear fusion, a control rod that doubles as an Arm Cannon that would make Samus Aran jealous, a concrete boot on one foot and "electrons" orbiting the other.
She also plays this trope literally—in one of the fighting game spinoffs, she's surprised to learn there are people beyond the barrier who don't like nuclear power.
Also, the kappa and a couple of mountain goddesses seem to have a strange love for this new power.
It was those goddesses who allowed Utsuho to gain that power in the first place as part of their plan to gather faith by advancing the technology of Gensokyo.
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Subverted in Stargate Atlantis season three, where a couple characters die from a machine that exposes them to radioactivity that causes exploding tumors. Yeah, we thought it was rather improbable too.
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Viciously averted in GURPS where too much radiation will cause all sorts of horrible things to happen to you even if you successfully make a save against the effect. In fact radiation damage causes a build up of genetic damage that is incurable without special powers or advanced technology. However, "weird radiation" can result in powers.
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In We Happy Restaurant, you feed your customers radioactive food which lets them mutate while boasting about how environment-friendly your radiator is. And they completely fall for it.
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Legion of Super-Heroes: Reoccurring enemy Radiation Roy has this marked in his name. His ability to emit paralyzing radiation was paid for with an inheritance he gained so he could specifically join the Legion. Roy was rejected due to the fact that his uncontrolled powers could harm the other Legionnaires, though a later retcon states he was also rejected because Saturn Girl's mental profile revealed he had a number of psychotic tendencies. Saturn Girl was supposedly so disturbed by what she saw in Roy's mind she couldn't sleep for two nights. As he got older, it became clear Roy's powers were having an effect on his body when he came back bald. When Geoff Johns brought the original Legion's continuity back, Roy had to wear a full-body containment suit because his powers were causing him to grow giant tumors and his teeth were falling out. Though for some reason he had hair again.
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Played straight and parodied in the Family Guy episode "Family Guy Viewer Mail #1". The Griffins are exposed to radioactive waste, and each gain separate powers (Stewie got telekinesis, Brian got superspeed, Chris got pyrokinesis, Peter got shapeshifting, Lois got super strength, and Meg could...extend and retract her fingernails). They proceed to wreak havoc in Quahog, and in an attempt to gain superpowers to stop them, Mayor Adam West rolls around in radioactive waste:
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Deconstructed in the origin of the Cyborg Superman. In a pastiche of the Fantastic Four, a space shuttle crew is exposed to cosmic radiation but suffer vastly detrimental effects. Two are killed immediately and resurrected in painful or dangerous forms, eventually leading them to suicide, and one is nearly drawn into an alternate dimension. The fourth member of the crew, Hank Henshaw, suffers an accelerated radiation poisoning which rots away his body. However, Henshaw's mind quickly returns to life with technopathic abilities (and rampaging sociopathy).
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Alpha One of The Mighty was once a normal sailor who had ended up floating in irritated waters for hours after testing an atom bomb. It took place in 1952.
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Two recurring villains of The Mask: The Animated Series got powers this way. First, they were two stupid teenagers that decided to get superpowers. They go to the nuclear power plant, get radioactive - and realize they forgot to bring a bug to bite them just before passing out by poisoning. As the ambulance is taking them away, an accident causes one to crash into a putty shop (turning him into the shapeshifting Putty Thing) and another into an aquarium (turning him into the harmless Fish Guy). Fish Guy didn't get anything good out of the deal either; even as a fish he still couldn't swim.
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Penn & Teller: Bullshit!! did an episode praising nuclear power, declaring it much safer, cheaper, and more reliable than other forms of energy such as oil and coal.
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The premise of the Nuclear type introduced in Pokémon Uranium.
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Embraced lovingly by every edition of Gamma World and its sister setting, Metamorphosis Alpha.
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City of Heroes explicitly uses this; by taking a mission to save the local nuclear reactor from villains, you mutate and get to re-organize your powers.
And inverted with the Radiation powersets, which use green radiation to weaken and harm enemies and buff allies (likely based on a bit of Rule of Cool in regards to real world radiotherapy). The signature character Positron is well-known for his radiation powers, and (until recently) having to wear a containment suit of Powered Armor all the time so he doesn't blow up.
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The UEF in Supreme Commander. They have two types of nuclear reactor, and one of their experimental weapons fires mini-nukes. Their Hero Unit can be armed with a backpack missile silo which can build one each nuke and counter-missile.
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Johnny Alpha in Strontium Dog gained the ability to read minds, see through solid objects, and emit alpha rays from his eyes following strontium-90 fallout during a nuclear war. However, most other mutants in the series are merely disfigured.
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Taken to its uttermost extreme in Captain Atom - the titular character, rather than merely being irradiated, was actually vaporized by being at ground zero of a thermonuclear explosion. His mind or soul was somehow able to form a new body for itself, one with superpowers. In the Post-Crisis remake of the character, the writers explained this as an effect of the extra-dimensional substance in which he was encased at the time of the blast.
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 Blog: Alice And Bob / int_10617832
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 Before Watchmen (Comic Book) / int_555ff395
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 ComicBook: make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist Doom / int_10617832
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 Firestorm (Comic Book) / int_555ff395
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 Monica Rambeau (Comic Book) / int_555ff395
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 Paperinik New Adventures (Comic Book) / int_555ff395
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 Professor X (Comic Book) / int_555ff395
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 Project Superpowers (Comic Book) / int_555ff395
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 Comic Book: Quantum and Woody / int_10617832
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 Comic Book: Starman El Libertario
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 Supergirl (2005) (Comic Book) / int_555ff395
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 The Atom (Comic Book) / int_555ff395
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 Comic Book: The Golden Age / int_10617832
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 Uncanny X-Men (Comic Book) / int_555ff395
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 Watchmen (Comic Book) / int_555ff395
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 Comic Strip: Bananaman / int_10617832
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 Incredible Hulk / Comicbook / int_555ff395
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 Krypton No More (Comic Book) / int_555ff395
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 Comicbook: Strontium Dog / int_10617832
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 Comicbook: The Simpsons / int_10617832
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 Film: Attack of the Crab Monsters / int_10617832
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 Film: Class of Nuke 'Em High / int_10617832
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 Film: Frankenstein Conquers The World / int_10617832
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 Film: Modern Problems
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 Film: The Amazing Spider-Man / int_10617832
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 Film: The Deadly Mantis
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 The Horror of Party Beach / int_555ff395
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 Film: The Incredible Shrinking Man / int_10617832
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 Transformers Film Series / int_555ff395
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 X-Men: First Class / int_555ff395
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 Film: Zoom: Academy for Superheroes / int_10617832
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 BlazBlue (Franchise) / int_555ff395
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 Garbage Pail Kids (Franchise) / int_555ff395
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 Marvel Cinematic Universe (Franchise) / int_555ff395
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 Marvel Universe (Franchise) / int_555ff395
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 Spider-Man (Franchise) / int_555ff395
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 Franchise: Transformers Film Series
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 Literature: After The Golden Age
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 Literature: Galápagos
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 Geek Love / int_555ff395
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 Gone / int_555ff395
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 Hitherby Dragons / int_555ff395
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 Literature: Jakub Wędrowycz / int_10617832
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 Metro City Chronicles / int_555ff395
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 Literature: No Man's Land: Tales from the Weird Wars / int_10617832
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 Runaround / int_555ff395
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 Science-Fiction 101 / int_555ff395
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 Super Filete / int_555ff395
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 The Chrysalids / int_555ff395
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 Literature: The Planeteers
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 Literature: The Prince of Thorns / int_10617832
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 The Weapon Too Dreadful to Use / int_555ff395
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 The Zombie Knight / int_555ff395
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 Wing Commander / int_555ff395
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 Additional Evil Overlord List Cellblock A
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 The Anglo/American-Nazi War / int_10617832
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 Bananaman / int_10617832
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 Black Canary
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 City of Heroes
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 City of Heroes / int_10617832
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 Doctor Solar / int_10617832
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 Jeff Wayne's War Of The Worlds / int_10617832
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 Jimmy Carr
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 Metro City Chronicles / int_10617832
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 Contributor's Page Mirage Knuckler
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 Mutagenic Goo
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 No Mans Land Tales From The Weird Wars / int_10617832
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 Nuclear Glossary
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 Contributor's Page make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist Petro
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 Professor Brothers / int_10617832
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 Quantum And Woody / int_10617832
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 Science Can Do Anything
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 Solar Man Of The Atom
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 Standard Super Hero Setting
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 Tangent Comics / int_10617832
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 Tapestry Of Horror / int_10617832
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 The Atom
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 The Golden Age
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 The Kevin Saga / int_10617832
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 The Mighty / int_10617832
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 The Silver Age of Comic Books
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 Thunderbirds / int_10617832
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 Manga: Batman / int_10617832
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 Manga: Dragon Head / int_10617832
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 Giant Robo (Manga) / int_555ff395
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 Manga: Ode to Kirihito / int_10617832
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 Roleplay: Mystria
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 Roleplay: Star Army
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 Edge of Darkness / int_555ff395
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 Elementary / int_555ff395
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 Garth Marenghi's Darkplace / int_555ff395
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 Series: Gemini Man / int_10617832
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 Series: J.A.K.Q. Dengekitai
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 1000 Ways to Die / int_555ff395
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 Series: Radio Active
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 The Daily Show with Jon Stewart / int_555ff395
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 The Incredible Hulk / int_555ff395
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 Thunderbirds / int_555ff395
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 All Flesh Must Be Eaten (Tabletop Game) / int_555ff395
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 Champions (Tabletop Game) / int_555ff395
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 Gamma World (Tabletop Game) / int_555ff395
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 Promethean: The Created (Tabletop Game) / int_555ff395
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 Psionics: The Next Stage in Human Evolution (Tabletop Game) / int_555ff395
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 Rocket Age (Tabletop Game) / int_555ff395
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 Werewolf: The Apocalypse (Tabletop Game) / int_555ff395
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 Tabletop Game: Wild Talents / int_10617832
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 Alone in the Dark (Video Game) / int_555ff395
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 Video Game: Armored Core 4
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 Video Game: BlazBlue / int_10617832
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 BloodStorm (Video Game) / int_555ff395
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 Video Game: Bunny Must Die! Chelsea and the 7 Devils / int_10617832
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 Cataclysm (Video Game) / int_555ff395
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 City of Heroes (Video Game) / int_555ff395
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 Command & Conquer (2013) (Video Game) / int_555ff395
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 Command And Conquer Generals Shockwave (Video Game) / int_555ff395
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 Command & Conquer: Red Alert Series (Video Game) / int_555ff395
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 Command & Conquer: Generals (Video Game) / int_555ff395
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 Video Game: Defenders of Dynatron City
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 Destroy All Humans! (Video Game) / int_555ff395
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 Fallout (Video Game) / int_555ff395
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 Fallout 76 (Video Game) / int_555ff395
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 Video Game: Fate of the World / int_10617832
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 Final Fantasy XII (Video Game) / int_555ff395
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 Video Game: Freedom Force / int_10617832
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 Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis (Video Game) / int_555ff395
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 Jagged Alliance (Video Game) / int_555ff395
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 Jeff Wayne's War Of The Worlds (Video Game) / int_555ff395
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 Video Game: Karoshi / int_10617832
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 Video Game: Krush Kill n' Destroy
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 Maniac Mansion (Video Game) / int_555ff395
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 Mental Omega (Video Game) / int_555ff395
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 MouseHunt (Video Game) / int_555ff395
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 Nuclear Throne (Video Game) / int_555ff395
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 Persona 2 (Video Game) / int_555ff395
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 Pokémon Uranium (Video Game) / int_555ff395
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 Video Game: Post Apocalyptic Mayhem / int_10617832
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 Run Saber (Video Game) / int_555ff395
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 Video Game: SimEarth / int_10617832
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 Singularity (Video Game) / int_555ff395
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 Video Game: Space Age / int_10617832
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 Space Station 13 (Video Game) / int_555ff395
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 StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm (Video Game) / int_555ff395
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 Supreme Commander (Video Game) / int_555ff395
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 Video Game: Technic Pack
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 Video Game: The Simpsons: Road Rage
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 Web Animation: Professor Brothers / int_10617832
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 Ashens And The Quest For The Game Child (Web Video) / int_555ff395
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 Webcomic: Bad Guy High / int_10617832
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 Webcomic: Buttersafe / int_10617832
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 Webcomic: College Roomies from Hell!!! / int_10617832
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 DOUBLE K (Webcomic) / int_555ff395
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 Webcomic: Redd / int_10617832
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 Webcomic: Stubble Trouble / int_10617832
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 The Adventures of Dr. McNinja (Webcomic) / int_555ff395
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 Webcomic: The Adventures Of Pig Man / int_10617832
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 NFL Quarterbacks On Facebook (Website) / int_555ff395
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 Overused Sci-Fi Silly Science (Website) / int_555ff395
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 The Onion (Website) / int_555ff395
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 Batman Beyond / int_555ff395
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 Ben 10: Ultimate Alien / int_555ff395
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 Darkwing Duck / int_555ff395
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 Fanboy and Chum Chum / int_10617832
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 Remnants / int_555ff395
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 Freedom Force (Video Game) / int_555ff395
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 Universe at War (Video Game) / int_555ff395
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