63 Crazy Comic Book Facts! (feat. YOU!) || Comic Misconceptions || NerdSync

63 Crazy Comic Book Facts! (feat. YOU!) || Comic Misconceptions || NerdSync

– Oh, hey, did you know
that Batman’s birthday in the comic books is February 19th? – Did you know that Marsha
Manhunter is addicted to a type of Oreo cookie called Chocos, and will get violent without them? Jimmy Olson’s middle name is Bartholomew, and that’s because the editors of Superman wanted to give him two L’s
in his name like Lois Lane and Lana Lang because the
readers pointed out that Jimmy Olson only had one L in his name. – Hey NerdSync, happy 100! It’s me, Spiderman. But a recent study from
Cambridge University says that I can’t actually stick on walls. I mean, ugh, what am I if
I can’t stick on walls? A kind of, a kind of Halloween costume? Maybe just shoot some stuff? I don’t– – Anyone who’s seen
Batman: Under the Red Hood or read any Red Hood new 52 stories noticed that Jason Todd
was brought back to life via the Lazarus Pit. But his original origin
story was that he was brought back to life
because Superboy Prime punched the fabric of reality. – Did you know that Samuel
L. Jackson got the job of Nick Fury because they
based the ultimate version of Nick Fury off Samuel L. Jackson? – Did you know that Spiderwoman
was originally created because Stan Lee was just
worried that some other publisher would take the name? – In Marvel Comics’ run
of the Transformers, Spiderman was a guest star. – Bruce Wayne once fought crime as a hero known as Starman. The nefarious Professor Milo had managed to strike him with
chemically-induced chiroptophobia, the fear of bats and all things related. But he got better. – Did you know that in
Batman: The Widening Gyre, issue number six, Batman admits
that he peed his own pants? – Did you know that Hank Pym the Antman once cured the Hulk of ALS? It’s weird, right? – Batman had a daughter with Catwoman. Her name is Helena Wayne and
she’s Earth 2’s Huntress. She appeared in Secret
Origins of Superheroes Issue Number 17, and
Crisis on Infinite Earth, Volume One, Issue 12. – Did you know that
(mumbles) childhood hero was Captain America due to them both being government experiments? Captain America was one of the only people that Giuseppo would respect. – Early versions of Antman
Uncle Ben first appeared in Strange Tales 97, a
whole two months before their official debut
in Amazing Fantasy 15. – In preview of 52 continuity Booster Gold actually inspires the Sinestro Corps by telling Sinestro that in the future Sinestro has his own corps
called the Sinestro Corps and that’s where Booster
Gold’s ring comes from. – The X-Men were not the first mutants to appear in Marvel Comics. That belongs to Tad Carter,
appearing in an Amazing Fantasy Number 14 about a year earlier. Granted, this is ignoring Namor who is like a (mumbles) mutant. – In Batman Volume Two, Number 38, it is said that the Lazarus
Pit which keeps Ra’s Al Ghul alive is actually made
from the same compound as was found in the meteorite that keeps Vandal Savage immortal. – Jerry Robinson created Batman’s Joker, and it was taken from him
by Bill Finger and Bob Kane. – The clue for a movie featuring
both Batman and Superman was given in the movie Man of Steel, in where Superman fights Zod, there is a poster in
the background saying, “Keep Calm and Call Batman”. – Ironman has over 50 suits. One is made out of the
metal of Thor’s hammer and the other one was
designed to take down Thor. – Did you know that comic
book artist Mike Mignola did a lot of the concept
art for Disney’s Atlantis? – Did you know that during the Silver Age, Captain America dated
sisters at the same time? For a couple of issues,
Captain America dated both Sharon Carter and Peggy
Carter at the same time. – Do you have a Lamborghini
because I’m about to drop some knowledge on you? Superheroes wore tights
because strongmen wore tights and strongmen are strong
and so are superheroes. Mind blown, pshhh. – Did you know that Stan Lee’s publisher actually thought Spiderman
was the worst idea ever? – Did you know that the only way to defeat the Superman villain Mr.
Mxyzptlk is to get him to spell or say his name backwards, and in doing so it will return
him to the 5th Dimension from where he came for
a minimum of 90 days? – The planet Concord
Dawn, recently featured in an episode of Star Wars Rebels, first appeared in the
EU Legends comic book, Jango Fett: Open Season. This planet was Jango Fett’s home world. – Everyone knows that Action Comics was the first superhero comics, and introduced Superman to the world. But did you know there
was an anthology comic and also introduced another
famous DC superhero, Giovanni Zatara? – Did you know that the
idea for the black suit of Spiderman was sold to Marvel for $200 from a fan named Randy Schiller? – Superman was originally
a telepathic villain who was obsessed with world domination. – Galactus the World-Eater
appears differently to every species that sees him. Like the only reason that
we see him as a human is because we are human. – Did you know that Marvel’s first-ever African-American
superhero actually debuted in Captain America Number
117 in September of 1969? – A fact about our friendly
neighborhood Spiderman is that he is a Mets fan, and that is because he
identifies with them due to them being a, quote, bunch
of woeful losers who hit the occasional home run by accident. – Did you know that the
Joker was actually inspired by a character called Quinn
Blaine from an adaptation of Victor Hugo’s The Man Who Loves? – In the new 52 the true
powers of Aquaman’s trident hasn’t been revealed yet. A character asked him
once in Annual Number One, but Aquaman just turns off and says, “The trident can do whatever I want.” So this may be a hidden power
inside of Aquaman’s trident that he is too afraid to use. – You know, Wolverine was
originally meant to be a mutated Wolverine, like, the animal. That would’ve been weird. – In the beginning of
every issue of Volume One of the new 52 run of The Flash, the name Flash is hidden somewhere. – Did you know that
Spiderman killed his wife by making a baby? I’m not going to go into
the specifics of that but you know what happens. – Did you know that The
Walking Dead was originally conceived to be a
follow-up to the 1968 movie Night of the Living Dead? However, Image Comics
decided that they wanted their own story so they
re-worked the concept and thus The Walking Dead was born. – (Audio clipped) and
Keven Eastman were creating the original 1984 Teenage
Mutant Ninja Turtle comic, Donatello was originally
going to be named Bernini after another famous Renaissance artist. – The X in X-Men doesn’t
stand for Charles Xavier. It stands for the extra
power in the humans. – Did you know that in the Marvel Universe there is a company called Damage Control which specializes in
cleaning up messes made by superheroes and super villains? – Hey NerdSync, did you
guys know that Ironman’s armor used to include roller skates? – The Amalgam Comic Universe
took DC and Marvel characters, created hybrids of their
most beloved characters, first introduced in the 1996 series, DC Versus Marvel Crossover Event. – In Spiderman Number One, Stan Lee uses two names for Spiderman
which is Peter Parker and Peter Palmer in the same issue. – When coming up with
the idea of Wolverine the creators were torn between two names, The Wolverine, or The Badger. We all know they went with Wolverine, but The Badger is actually
a comic book character on his own being published by
(speaks too fast) Publishing. – Each issue of Valiant Comics’
Legends of the Geomancer was released in a very limited quantity. Valiant doesn’t even plan on
making the trade paperback version of this book. That means that decades from now, physical copies of this
book may actually become legends after all. – The reason we call the
mainstream Marvel Universe the six one six is because of Alan Moore, who was sick of calling
them Earth One, Earth Two, Earth Three, and figured
there’d be way more out there than just those. – The Question did not start
out as a DC Comics character, rather a character written by Steve Ditko for the Charlton Comics
Blue Beetle Number One, released in June of 1967. He was later bought in the
early 1980s by DC Comics to be integrated into their
current comics universe. – Did you know that Harvey
Pekar and Alan Moore were good friends, and in the first issue
of American Splendor Harvey Pekar included a
picture of The Watchmen logo on his coffee mug? – In 1993 personal favorite
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles crossed over with a character
called Flaming Carrot for a four issue mini-series. – Even though the governor
cuts off Rick’s hand in Issue 28 of The Walking Dead, Rick is still seen with both of his hands in some of the panels later on. – Peter Parker is able to
take such good pictures of Spiderman because he’s
sewn a sensor into the suit that triggers the camera
shutter whenever the logo passes through the center
of the frame. (click) – Lois gets injured
really bad and Superman has to rush to the hospital. Surgeons say there’s no way
they can operate on her. Superman reads every medical
textbook ever published, learns 10 years of medical
knowledge in five minutes and operates on her and saves her life. – Game of Thrones author
George R. R. Martin frequently wrote to Marvel
in their letter section at the end of their comics. – Once Batman became the new god, he asked the Mobius Chair two questions. Who killed his parents and
what’s the Joker’s real name? It said Joe Chill killed his parents, and the Joker’s name was
never revealed to the audience all Batman could say was,
“No, that’s not possible.” – When Superman and Batman switch cities, Superman finds it hard
to get around Gotham due to all the old buildings
having lead in them, hindering his x-ray vision. However Batman hates Metropolis because all the new buildings are
polished and it’s hard to get a good grapple. – Did you know the Marvel
Multiverse contains our own universe, Earth 1218, and four years of our time is equal to one year of comic time. Approximately 13 years
have passed on Earth 616 since its debut. – After witnessing a woman
lift a car to save her baby Jack Kirby was inspired
by her incredible strength to create The Incredible Hulk. Yes he did, yes he did! – Did you know that Captain
America’s shield was changed to its iconic shape because
Marvel thought his old shield was too similar to their rival
publisher’s hero, The Shield? – Did you know that Doctor Doom actually dropped out of college
and isn’t a real doctor? I guess Mr. Doom sounded pretty silly. – Professor X really isn’t British. He was actually born in New York. – Did you know the only member of the JLA that didn’t show up to Superman’s funeral was Batman himself? He only shows up 12 pages
later at the closing of the casket during the
infamous ashes to ashes, dust to dust moment. – (can’t understand name) Number 85, Thor reveals that Loki cannot
use his magic while he’s wet. Thor you’re so mean to me! Scott, I am now soaking wet and I have water all over my shoulder, so if this doesn’t make it
in then I’m going to be mad. (heavy metal rock music) – Guys, thank you so much for following us through 100 episodes of
Comic Misconceptions. It has been quite the amazing
and fulfilling journey. We went from here, to here, to even here. But now we’re here! My hair has seen better
and hopefully worse days. I like to think it’s not that bad. This show has allowed us to
meet so many great people who have become some of my best friends on the entire planet. And we’ve also changed a whole
bunch in our show format. We used to just be a
general grab bag of trivia, a comic book trivia show, and now we’ve changed to
actually discussing things like psychology and science and philosophy and I have learned so much, and I hope that these videos
have helped you guys learn a whole lot as well. And also you guys have just
taught me a whole bunch. I don’t wanna get too sappy on you here, but honestly, genuinely,
I really do appreciate every time that you click
on one of our videos. It means the world to me. We have so many awesome things planned for the next hundred
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100 thoughts on “63 Crazy Comic Book Facts! (feat. YOU!) || Comic Misconceptions || NerdSync

  1. Promethean Knight says:


  2. Nick White says:

    NerdSync, you should do a video about people who have stopped the Juggernaut

  3. Jake Alhalabi says:

    Happy 100 episodes Scott

  4. Chloe Peoples says:

    Happy happy happy 100th πŸ˜†πŸ˜ƒ we appreciate You! Your AWESOME and keep up the good work! πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»

  5. andres zavaleta says:

    Scott have you been losing weight? ….your looking great!

  6. JoJo Custodio says:


  7. Kristen Roberts says:

    You should bring back the trivia challenge

  8. Mitchell Phillips says:

    Are they gonna be as good as the last 100?

  9. Josuii Inc. Productions says:

    So Batman's birthday is February 19th, and so is mine, I won life

  10. Stephan Berger says:

    The only thing crazy about this is that most facts are known by everyone, or soooo old, or are not interesting at all.
    Helena Wayne is Huntress on Earth 2, yes. But why give examples from 1986 when she appears in the New 52?

  11. Weibrot says:

    Batman and I have the same birthday

    I'm just saying, you've never seen both of us in the same room together

  12. Marshall Miles says:

    Mind = Blown.
    Then reborn and blown again.

  13. Toosoo says:

    George R. R. Martain was also the first one in line at the first comic-con believe it or not XD

    Fun facts:
    Marvel had a what if series of comics that included crazy stories like what if spiderman was bitten by a radioactive sheep

    There was a Mutant named Bailey Hoskins from a comic called the worst X-man ever. His mutant ability, he could blow up, but it the force of himself blowing up would kill him.

    The villian thanos is based of darkside and bonus fact thanos has a yellow helicopter with the words thanos on the side.

    Deadpool once stole the infinity gauntlet from thanos, had a roast of himself, and then got bored of it and gave it back.

    Marvel once owned the word zombie.

    Santa Claus in the marvel universe is a reality bending mutant. (makes too much sense)

    Dc has a multiverse and one of those universes is gender flipped, another one has russain version of the superheroes

    Marvel also has a multiverse, one universe has all monkey versions of superheroes(gorilla captain america, the amazing spider monkey), another, has animal versions(spider ham iron mouse, captain americat, bunny hulk, frog thor), a zombie universe , a universe based of the cinematic universe, and a different one for the 90s marvel shows)

    spiderman has a lot of offshot supehroes like Silk( a female hero bitten by the same radioactive spider peter was but kidnapped) spider gwen( alternet universe where peter died), Agent venom( flash thompson gets the venom symbiote and they are very compatible) a spiderman from 2099 and 2199, once merged with the phoenix force(calling himself captain universe). He also had a 2 fantastic four costumes one that involved him using a spare costume and a paper bag and one from a what if story where he had the four on his regular costume one where spiderman had a family and his doaughter became a spider woman, and there are other spider women

    There are alot of female versions of superheroes like spider woman and she-hulk because marvel was afraid other companies would make their own

    in the 90s spiderman tv show spiderman once mixed gelatin into his web fluid in order to stop hydroman a water based super-villain.

    actor Angie harmon wants to play the she-hulk, ricky gervis wants to play a supervillain, Nathan fillian wants to play booster gold. Robin williams wanted to play the riddler. Drake bell wants to play the superhero invincible karen gillian wants to play spider-girl.

    The DC universe has a superhero who is a trucker(us-51) and the marvel universe has a superhero that is a football player(NFL Superpro).

    superman once fought twin clones of hitler 1000 years in the future.

    stan lee once did a comic series reimagining famous DC heroes

    the punish onced got turned into a black man for a few issues.

    marvel once came up with a comic to gain interest for a toy line or series, called brute force, it centered around robot animals that were eco-conscious, eventually the fought deadpool. The toy line never got made though or a series.

    another interesting toy bit was a toy from hasbro called rom the spaceknight which had lights , it had this grand space epic in the marvel universe and i think in introduced rogue from the X-men( or it was one of her first appearances)

  14. Toki Warbeast says:

    Your videos are awesome! So much knowledge, theories and many discussions happen here!

  15. Yogurt the wise says:

    Congratulations Scott

  16. Fazal Jabbar says:

    yay…!!! 5:25 …thanks for adding me.

  17. Alex V. says:

    Gratz on 100 man

  18. Timothy Cossairt says:

    With the Batman vs Superman movie coming out in March you should create a video on how Batman could beat Superman in a fight or vice versa and then watch the movie 3 times after that love you Scott platonically of course please post this comment in your next video

  19. Chuck's Universe says:

    Fun Fact: The original story of The Walking Dead was to have Aliens be the reason why the Walkers rise from the dead. This was to keep Sky Bound from doing their job as Image wanted an original story instead of a zombie story.

  20. that one max says:

    Did you know that Captain america once did a Campaign against drugs but Cap was created by drugs.

  21. ianmorris says:

    they revamped Helena Wayne for the new 52.

  22. ianmorris says:

    grant morrison wrote the issue with superman reading every medical text and saveing lane's life and it was awesome

  23. Tyler Oath says:

    I want to meet Hannah.

  24. Rory Walker says:

    How many of these people have channels of their own?

  25. Benguin says:


  26. Zacc Catania says:

    The users at 1:55 and 5:15 are cute <3

  27. Dandy Thar says:

    omg thanks for featuring me ! 03.14

  28. Dr. Smart says:

    Sorry to say I procrastinated a bit too long even though I had a fact ready since you first announced this ^^; But hopefully someone finds this interesting here… and I can go beyond the 15 second limit so that's a plus.

    Batwoman was originally created in 1956 because 2 years earlier a book called Seduction of the Innocent proposed that Batman and Robin were gay, not just a Jeff Dunham, joke the book was basically that periods version of "Video games make kids violent" The book was taken seriously enough that it influenced the creation of the Comics Code Authority.

    Batwoman was literally created as a love interest for Batman in order to combat the allegations of him being gay she disappeared when the editor for Batman Comics was changed and was even retconed in crisis of infinite earths

    What makes this interesting is that in 2006 Batwoman was brought back but rather then as a love interest to Batman she came back as a lesbian character herself. That's basically a full 180 going from a way to deny homosexual accusations to a representative of the lgbt community herself. And it only took 50 years… oh…

  29. Actionfan19 says:

    here's my own crazy comic book fact.Β  Did you know Shazam(Captain Marvel)Β was originally gonna be named Captain Thunder?

  30. Jedi Kammy says:

    Auram and his Spider Woman fetish cannot be contained

  31. sterlingdragon123 says:

    Scott, I want to see a video on Marvel vs. DC and Amalgam. Like… how did a crossover like that even happen, given how much competition the two companies seem to have? What's the behind-the-scenes, and for that matter, I'd be interested in what you think some of the most interestingly amalgamated heroes or villains from the arc are.

  32. DeKuTree says:

    Did you know in the original star Lord comics the master of the sun,mother big dude he gave Peter his powers, eventually noped his way out of his job and turned into a space dinosaur leaving star Lord to float around the Galaxy doing his thing

  33. Ollie Oxenfree says:

    Congrats on 100 episodes!

  34. P OConnor says:

    I knew about 98% of these tips

  35. Gustavo Agosto says:

    6:15 – What a handsome guy!

  36. Lucas Butters says:

    dear nerdsync.

    in the comic the amazing spiderman giant sized 30th anniversary Spidey vs. venom the final confrontation, page four box 2, spiderman is swinging through the city all scratched up states something… weird. he says that, "I get my parents back after thinking they're dead for two decades", what does he mean by this. I know they were killed in the airplane but can you make a video to explain if this is canon or not?

    thanks, your friend,
    Lucas, aka roaringskies

  37. J Atari says:

    Hey Brandovader…the kid from the Dawn Treader.

  38. Nazim Ashraf says:

    someone tell me what is better x-men cartoon TV show (old one) or all x-men movie

  39. Pufflis says:

    The first episode is one of my favourites.

  40. Clark Sirl says:

    You're awesome Scott! I would love to do what you do but don't have anywhere near the willpower.. Keep bringing us great videos, hopefully one day I can repay you

  41. insomniac theater says:

    I hate to say it but a good amount of those facts are half truths or missing additional uber important clarifications also im sick of the newbs nobody seems to ever bring up the guy that created wonderwoman also went on to invent the lie detector her lasoo incarnate well anyways like always i know more about comics than kids do lol im old

  42. cloudracer419 says:

    Congrats scott for 100th episode… I wish i could have made a video triva

  43. slockhrt says:

    So, Scott is the only NerdSyncer (or YouTuber) with a "sexy" subscribe button?

  44. Chris92 S says:

    That was awesome! I wanted to ask are you guys going to do a video on the possibility that comic book characters might exist thanks to the whole multiverse theory? I remember it being mentioned in a video a while back. I always like that meta kind of stuff lol.

  45. Marco A. Garcia says:


  46. Jenny Sweeney says:

    Happy 100th Scott! Gotta love a bit of Nerdsync (especially the eductional ones). Its clear how much effort you put into research so kudos πŸ™‚

  47. GeckoGC says:

    If I thought of something for this I would send in that… Did you know that in a alternate super-girl universe Pink Kryptonite made super-man interested in men

  48. Winchester MC-NL says:

    Wow.. Watched the first video. I feel sad for you Scott, so much hair. Now look at you. I share that same fate…

    And some of those accents. Wow. Didn't record a video myself because I didn't feel like revealing my face. And didn't think that something containing only audio (Or a Minecraft character) Would've made it into this.

    Anyway, since I saw the video from this week BEFORE this one, I'd say this: Yes. I want a "directors cut"

  49. Doof Warrior says:

    dang I haven't kept up with this channel, GOOD JOB GUYS!

  50. bambubambubambu says:

    So we coulda had a movie called X-Men Origins: Badger instead? The universe totally robbed us on that one.

  51. Alpha Wolf says:

    so im just wondering is nightwings emblem blue or red as i seem to see it change a lot and idk whether its because of artists change or new versions but yh

  52. Alfie Watkin says:

    Hey NerdSync πŸ˜€
    I was wondering if you could tell me what "RedCon" is ?
    You seem to use it when brushing up on theories

  53. SleepySkullhead says:

    +Auram's Comics!
    Dylan! Did you cheat your way into this? πŸ˜›

  54. Wesd02 says:

    100ish episodes LOL

  55. Wesd02 says:

    Too bad I wasn't in

  56. Mike Mianowski says:

    YOOOO February 19th is MY birthday!!! Happy b-day yall

  57. Pixel Eater says:

    Iron man has over 50 suits no shit really

  58. BETMARKonTube says:

    I'm sorry, not evenΒ the subtiles can help me to understand 50% of what they say :/

    -> next one.

  59. Kyle Frank says:

    Did you know that there is a comic-book character by the name of Death's Head that links the Marvel, Doctor Who AND Transformers universes together? He has appeared in ALL THREE! :O

  60. Bryson says:

    we are the best kind of geeks

  61. Jordan L says:

    Subtle bum itch

  62. Jordan L says:

    No, we don't know! lol
    That's why you're on a "did you know" vid

  63. Jordan L says:

    I'm surprised, I thought it would have to do with how the number of the Devil is actually 616.
    It was a mistranslation from the Bible- and the reason why it's 616 is because Hebrew numbers can also be read as letters- 616 meaning Nero, as in Emperor Nero, the guy who made Christians into candles.

  64. Siddhanth Bangera says:

    did u know rip hunter is is booster gold's son

  65. My life doll customs says:

    I love your videos can you do more batman videos

  66. Vicious Oz says:

    What a bunch of nerds

  67. Senpai Kenshi says:

    Did you know that Jason Todd's actual hair colour is ginger, Batman told him to dye it black to look more like Dick Grayson.

  68. NOGSY says:

    Did you know Harley Quinn idolises wonder women and has also gone out of her way to gas her and steal her costume and wore it to fight a few enemies

  69. Jordan Summers says:

    Love you as much you love us, homie

  70. Afro Sage says:

    Ras Al Ghul is the Joker.

  71. Nemo_Veritas says:

    Almost all of the girl geeks are cute…

  72. Shibnib the Memelord's Apprentice says:

    i cant believe i missed chance to be on the show xD


  73. Casper Rasmussen says:

    Wow Now I am Youtube famous too πŸ˜€ https://youtu.be/f84A5ml-YWY?t=2m56s

  74. Bad Gamer Guild says:

    Transformers #3…

  75. Blamo Stramo says:

    1:58. Uh, I think we all know that.

  76. Ax Gang says:

    Batman was born a day before me !!!

  77. B D says:

    LOL more more

  78. TheRichmaster says:

    I knew about half of these

  79. Air Kang says:

    batman peeing himself is the best fact

  80. Acruxicon says:

    Ha! what a bunch of nerds.

  81. TamezTech says:

    The first super hero was the Phantom in 1936

  82. Tim Walden says:

    Heehee! Marsha Manhunter! At least it wasn't Martha.

  83. Denellyon McClure says:

    Damn I wish I had been watching back then I would have made a clip but honestly nerdsync is my favorite YouTube channel hands down you guys kill it! Thanks for putting in the hard work and bring nerds together

  84. SabretoothedHydra says:

    Hasn't Double Take made comics about the Night of the living dead? πŸ˜†

  85. Eissari4 says:

    Geeks and nerds are often best kind of people

  86. Dimclover says:

    Did you know in X-Factor (investigations) issue 50, the last panel features graffiti of all the artists who worked on the series so far.

  87. gennix says:

    The guy who talked about caps shield change was because they didnt want him to be mistaken for another companies character is wrong, that other company threatened to sue if they didnt and THATS why they changed caps shield

  88. ghwplx5 says:

    Two of those facts are incorrect. The first African super hero was created in 1966 and was called The Black Panther. The second is that Dr.Doom got his Doctorate in Latveria after he had taken over the country.

  89. Lucas Burlock says:

    Great video. Nerdsync is the best comic channel on youtube.If you haven't already subscribed, I suggest you do so for some great content!

  90. Dee Cross says:

    Question: does anybody know how to contact that particular Bob_Gaming so that I can get his fact down in writing for the subtitles? The names he's giving are unclear and do not Google well. I don't even know if it's just one name that's been clipped by a bad video upload.

  91. Hopper Games says:

    I have a laugh similar to the joker but its more like the jokers laugh and the wicked witch from the wizard of oz's kackle that had a creepy laugh child

  92. Pulsar Stargrave says:

    One of those facts is slightly mistaken. As revealed in his lawsuit against Marvel, Marv Wolfman revealed Spider Woman was created because Filmation Animation had a Spider woman character in mind for an animated series and made the mistake of calling Marvel to make sure they weren't violating any rights. Marvel said "Of course they had one" but they didn't, so one was rushed into production! Filmation changed the name of their character to "Web Woman"!

  93. Jack Byrne says:

    Bob_Gaming is my hero

  94. Harvey Abel says:

    This video taught me that some people have some misguided, incorrect ideas about comics.

  95. Howard The Quack says:

    Everyone knows these
    These trivia facts are terrible
    Half these people are idiots
    Pretend to know everything but probably don't know anything
    + Most sound like idiots

  96. Kaysin Enorai says:

    Toro was also retconned into being a mutant

  97. Kaysin Enorai says:

    I love the concept of this video

  98. Ameer Salim says:


  99. ky says:

    I heard the first fact and checked the date, february 19th 2018

  100. Jalbatross says:

    Wait a minute, Hulk had Lou Gehrig's Disease?

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