2) PYROMAN

Research student Dick Martin (later of ‘Laugh In’ fame) was studying high voltage transmissions, only to discover that repeated exposure had made him able to store (and survive) the channeling of excessive amounts of electricity. Dick’s alias, though, seems to imply heat/fire, leading many modern audiences to mock his alias. This may actually be a case of the proverbial “genius bonus”: Certain crystals, such as gallium nitride, are naturally electrically polarized in nature, and their electric fields are referred to as “pyroelectricity.”

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  1. i’m sad you had Firestar be number one, her Microwave abilities at least set things on fire.
    i’d say blackbolt needed to be on the list… that doesn’t “scream” sound powers to me ;)

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