No it is not a joke. Bananaman is a series of comic strips from the British magazine Nutty. One of the theme of the comic is how you should not just stand by and look when evil or horrors are committed, - and how inaction is often worse than doing bad something. But I actually realized I made a mistake, I thought the Earth X comics were a completely different one, with much, much older versions of the characters.
To the anonymous who really wants me to post about the Bart Simpsons weight gains in the Simpsons comics, I probably will not. Here are just three different s that were sent to me.
Posts Ask your question Don't hesitate to share your meal for the feast! Weight gain, bloating, stuffing, you can find all of that very regularly there. I… wonder if the description just wanted to exaggerate or if he is really that heavy…. But if he eats too much bananas, he becomes obese. No weight gain in sight of Marvel's "What If? So… be ready for some posts I guess, if it turns out this new comic does interest me.
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You see, the basic of this super-hero is that he needs bananas for his transformations and to boost up his powers. Peter spends his current life ignoring the problems of the city or the country, refusing to help, refusing to become again a super-hero, almost to the point of letting his own daughter fall into the hands of the villains.
So please, avoid to send them one by one. We see again Peter Parker, who is now a police officer, and he has lost quite a bit of weight - he still has a bit of a belly and a round face, but this is basically a natural and regular look for his age, not the overweightness of the series.
So a reader has to suggest to him the most logical solution: using a heavy garden roller.
It happens for all sorts of occassions but usually it happens when he eats bananas. That is in fact the point of the character: already, remember that despite the adult appearance he is actually a little school kid of the same age - and in fact living alongside - the Beano kidsand then his super-hero persona might be extremely strong or powerful, he is truly dumb as a rock.
It is… quite an unusual move and choice.
He thus tries out and tastes all of the bottle of milks he has to deliver, bloating himself in the process, only to realize there is no poison in any of them. That, coupled with how this alternate universe is much darker and bleaker than the usual chronology, making it quite a dark place to live in, made Peter abandon the super-hero costume to care for his family, while burdened by guilt and shame.
So yeah, reposting it here is kind of redundant. Similarly, eating unripe bananas or poisoned bananas or other wrong bananas will make him grow fat instead of his muscular self. At the end, in the epilogue, it is revealed that Peter intends to return to the crime-fighting scene and to do so is now on his way to get back in shape - and one of his good friends notice that he has already been losing some weight.
I do not particularly personaly enjoy them, and while they have an informative value, this is already all covered by the Big Cartoon Wiki. What say you? That being said, I do not know exactly how submissions work but I do believe that you can submit multiple pictures at once.
You might notice that Bananaman is a bit stupid, and yes he is. However, the artist is quite different from the issues, and decided to go for something very different: Lagoon Man keeps a small waist, a flat belly, but rather enlarges on the side and puffs-up his back, basically inflating his back abdominal muscles. Unfortunately in here Peter Parker is reduced from a secondary character to a tertiary character not doing anything throughout the entire comic, and when he appears in an issue it is usually to give one line or maybe a slight dialogue, so not much to post here.
Here was something submitted to me a few days ago.
See, that’s what the app is perfect for.
I barely know anything about the Marvel universe X So if people want to conjecture go ahead. Here we get to see the extremely muscular Lagoon Man in action, and we also see him use his puffing-up trick. Okay, Tony didn't get fat the trailer scene of "What If", so I thought of something in the upcoming episode of "Erik saving Tony": Since Tony doesn't get the shrapnel to his heart, thus preventing him from becoming Iron Man, I predict he will stop working out while Erik who would maybe be his bodyguard does all the heavy hitting.
In this version his public identity was revealed much much earlier than it was in the other comic versions, resulting in him having a much more angsty, dramatic and tragic life that he already had all detailled in pictures 2 and 3.