What are some /co/ superheroes without actual superpowers?
The Question's run of comics portrayed this well. He gets his ass kicked on a regular basis and doesn't even win by fighting half the time. It's the best example of a super-powerless super hero I know because he doesn't compensate with money or god like martial arts and doesn't even primarily fight. He's just a masked detective.
He's talented, but he has much clearer limits than most. The part that always stuck with me was when he burst into a room of thugs and beat up like 2 people, then said "Well, the surprise is over, I'm just gonna run now"
>Technically magic isn't a superpower
Good to know.
Off the top of my head, the entire Batman Family, the entire Green Arrow Family, numerous shield agents, including but not limited to Hawkeye, Black Widow, and Mockingbird, The Question, The Huntress, Catman (the old Boxer one), and if you want to be technical any tech user who doesn't use body modifying augmentations.
Pretty sure that being the peak of physical power for humans, a master of every martial art ever, a supergenius, the world's greatest detective, a millionaire playboy and having the magical belt of asspulls all at the same time should count as a superpower.
And let's not forget >>79823813
>You don't have a weakness to bullets
>You just aren't bullet resistant
>Also it's not Catman, you're thinking of Wildcat, who also has powers
Vaguely, just to give him a little bit of an edge. He has his 9 lives.
Same way the original Atom was just a pissed off midget, until they retconned that repeated exposure to a radiation villain gave him ATOMIC PUNCHES.
actually, he's recently been upgraded to a god. plus he went toe to toe with darkside before becoming a god.
honestly when you start punching in the god tiers, you pretty much have to be considered a demi-god at least.
plus if we're being realistic, prep time should only be able to take a person so far. yet he's going well beyond that these days.
batman has powers. they appear to be as anomalous as other non-descript deities, but they have to be there for him to do these things.
Thor/Batman crossover when?
The things Batman are able to do with his training and technology aren't supernatural in-story but exceed what a real person and real technology are capable of. To us, they are superpowers.
No fuck off and actually read some hellblazer.
>removes his demon elements from his body using magic to create a clone for himself to use in a keikaku, specifically says it was an incredibly difficult and powerful spell, if he fucked it up he would have died
>one of the few non aboos able to enter dreamtime because of his general magic savvy and experience with ethereal realms
>pulled off a spell that prevented the destruction of the universe (with the help of other mages but it was Constantine's spell) only 2 people died in the process
>top level summoner, any demon or mystical entity shows up when he summons them
Sometimes I wonder if magic counts as a superpower. For the sake of the thread, and because John is handy in a bar fight, let's say no. John gets by well enough without powers.
Not a fan of the new fuccboi haircut though.
Sod off and get a sense of humor. Fellating yourself on his powers completely reduces the character's appeal.
He gets stuff done. With pomp and rotes added into it he would be a magnificent sorcerer, for sure. But he doesn't do any of that. Maybe Golden Boy would have. But he's not the one that's defined for being "a powerful one".