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Subj: Re: I can think of one in DC...
Posted: Thu Mar 08, 2007 at 02:29:10 pm EST
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Posted: Thu Mar 08, 2007 at 01:30:20 pm EST

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> > There's X-Men #194 where this guy Pan created a method where he added mutant DNA to a virus which he would then infect himself with to give him the powers that the mutant has.
> >
> > The super-soldier serum, it was revealed that the serum was a virus in the early 90's which explained why the serum never wore off like other drugs.
> >
> > About Face, a virus that allowed the host to alter their own physical form according to their own wishes. Daredevil #319
> >
> > Techno-organic virus.
> >
> > Carrion virus, when it came to McBride that is, while the rest died.
> >
> > An unknown virus that John Jameson got from a space walk that gave him superhuman strength.
> >
> > An undetectable intelligent metal nano-virus from Peter Parker: Spider-Man #48 that was designed to enhance latent human/mutant tendencies for application in military conflicts.
> >
> > Extremes virus from Iron Man.
> >
> > Marvel Zombie virus. The ability to move, talk, and think while dead is in a way a power.
>
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> I can't remember what it's called, but the disease that turned Gar Logan into Beast Boy/Changeling was a virus.
> >
There's also the one that gave Guy Gardner his enhanced strength and ability to change parts of his body into a weapon when he was called Warrior.

> > > There's X-Men #194 where this guy Pan created a method where he added mutant DNA to a virus which he would then infect himself with to give him the powers that the mutant has.
> > >
> > > The super-soldier serum, it was revealed that the serum was a virus in the early 90's which explained why the serum never wore off like other drugs.
> > >
> > > About Face, a virus that allowed the host to alter their own physical form according to their own wishes. Daredevil #319
> > >
> > > Techno-organic virus.
> > >
> > > Carrion virus, when it came to McBride that is, while the rest died.
> > >
> > > An unknown virus that John Jameson got from a space walk that gave him superhuman strength.
> > >
> > > An undetectable intelligent metal nano-virus from Peter Parker: Spider-Man #48 that was designed to enhance latent human/mutant tendencies for application in military conflicts.
> > >
> > > Extremes virus from Iron Man.
> > >
> > > Marvel Zombie virus. The ability to move, talk, and think while dead is in a way a power.
> >
> >
> > I can't remember what it's called, but the disease that turned Gar Logan into Beast Boy/Changeling was a virus.
> > >
> There's also the one that gave Guy Gardner his enhanced strength and ability to change parts of his body into a weapon when he was called Warrior.

That wasn't a virus. That was because he was the last of the Vuldarians, and he had some latent genes that allowed him to become Warrior. They were activated by him drinking water from a Vuldarian artifact. No virus involved, that was all genetic structure.


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