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Subj: Not quite... but there is another
Posted: Thu Mar 08, 2007 at 03:26:53 pm EST
Reply Subj: I can think of one in DC...
Posted: Thu Mar 08, 2007 at 12:56:58 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.
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> 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.
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> About Face, a virus that allowed the host to alter their own physical form according to their own wishes. Daredevil #319
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> Techno-organic virus.
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> Carrion virus, when it came to McBride that is, while the rest died.
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> An unknown virus that John Jameson got from a space walk that gave him superhuman strength.
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> 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.
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> Extremes virus from Iron Man.
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> 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.
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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.

Sakutia, the disease in question, didn't give him his powers, it was the ray-cure his parents tried on him which did that.

The recent "Beast Boys and Girls" Teen Titans story which suggested that it was the virus which had done it, didn't make much sense that way.

Kent Shakespeare of the "Five Years Later" Legion, was a case of a virus giving powers

http://www.speakeasy.org/~mohundro/lsh/shakespeare.html


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