Of course, you must protect the chair.
Why you shouldn’t shrink someone shrunk. The all might mystical rebound just like crossing the beams in ghost busters.
So we see an example of why people with protective effects like Guardian Angel can be so dangerous to their teammates, they’re so used to not suffering the negative consequences of their actions they just don’t see how dangerous those actions can turn out for others and lack the common sense and self-control a hero needs. You’d think ending up dead would have wised her up but apparently not.
So Poly is immune to the shrink ray or its feedback?
@Meander: I’m guessing that Poly Mer is as tough as Plastic Man or Mr. Fantastic; they are both able to withstand a certain amount of damage from explosions by adjusting the plasticity of their bodies. Plastic Man is much more durable than Mr. Fantastic in this regard; Eel O’Brien was practically immortal in the pre-Nu52 JLA. Either way, Poly is definitely able to withstand small explosions, though it turns her to silly putty for a few seconds.
@Nightmask: Ambriel has impulsivity issues. Being able to avoid the consequences of her rash actions thanks to her “Guardian” doesn’t help. She’s kind of the polar opposite of Tyler, who was terrified of getting killed by accident on his first day at PS238. The only character in the comic with a more “devil may care” attitude is the Revenant(c). Between Ambriel, Cecil, Angie, Zodon and his mentor, Tyler has abandoned most of his fears of dying in a pointless accident. Now he mostly justs comments on the insanity of his life.
The opposite has not happened: despite being around Tyler, Julie, Kevin, Ron, Dillon, Jenny, Dr. Positron, “Murphy”, or Victor von Fogg, and other people who are even a smidgen more responsible and/or laidback than she is, and the added fact that she died due to her “Guardian’s” overprotectiveness, Ambirel is still as impulsive as ever. Maybe being [SPOILER] by the talking monkey from [SPOILER] when she goes to [SPOILER] will tamp down her recklessness.
Forak was already Ken-doll size; now he can easily hide in a pocket, or a mouse hole.
I think the second shot returns him back to normal size…
Matter can only compress so much. We are mostly empty space governed by nuclear and sub atomic forces. Squish them too much… Hey maybe this is the start of the (next) universe’s singularity. Big Bang anyone!?
See, this is why you always listen to the agent in the trenchcoat and the superhero with no powers. They get by on brains while everyone else relies on their powers.
@Blob: Cecil does have superpowers, they just aren’t that useful in a fight. (“Hey, that guy throwing the truck at us has superpowers!”) That’s why the Revenant issued Cecil the shrink ray he’d confiscated from the Deminutizer. (Well, that and his total lack of regard for child safety laws…)
The reason to listen to Cecil is that the Revenant taught him how to use the shrink ray (by cell phone, no less) and he knows that shooting the ray at a target the gun already shrank is a BAD idea.
I doubt Forak to be “compressed” by reducing that distance between atoms. That would make him incredibly dense. Shrunk down items and person have been lifted and carried with no particular effort, so they weight proportionally.
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