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Spider-Man was famously bitten by a radioactive spider. As such, he possesses many greatly improved powers that spiders do, not least his well known ability as a web-slinger. It’s a shame, however, that he doesn’t have a greatly increased number of legs and eyes, and a propensity to appear around autumn and spring time and hide under your bed, crawling out when you least expect it. Actually, scratch that, it’s a good thing he doesn’t do that. Here at Newsstand we’ve had a thought about some other unlikely super-heroes that could have been bitten by an assortment of radio-active critters.
Chicken-Man – has the ability to fly, but not very well. Tends to lose his head in a crisis, quite literally.
Tapeworm-Man – can slowly weaken the enemy from the inside.
Sheep-Man – rather easily led, Sheep-Man operates best in a flock of other super-heroes
>br> Woodlouse-Woman – can curl up into a ball to resist attack, however, is really rather tiny.
There could be a rather entertaining market for the misadventures of a bunch of incredibly inept superheroes. Just imagine how hilarious it could be, a bunch of people with useless powers who save the day only by accident, we know we’d be eager to pick up a copy so take note Marvel and DC. NB