DC and Marvel are the best places to look for the best technology. You look at their gadgets and want them in your hands. However, would they be worthwhile if you were to live with them?
We will explore 10 gadgets from comics that people don’t like in real life. So let’s see what they are.
In Marvel Comics, Hank Pym created a peacekeeper AI named Ultron. However, the AI got out of control and planned to eradicate humanity by destroying the Avengers.
The result of Ultron will be absolutely disastrous for anyone who crosses its path, even its creator. Just imagine what it will do to the innocent people around it.
It is sure that Marvel movie fans will understand exactly what we are talking about!
- Doctor Doom’s Aggression Enhancer
In the Acts of Vengeance event, Dr. Doom built the Aggression Enhancer as a joke as a weapon against Reed Richards. With the help of the robotic gadget, the Fantastic Four were attacked more aggressively by nearby super-villains after receiving the signal.
It might be a joke for Doctor Doom, but we shouldn’t play it. There’s enough aggression in the world. It’s just about supercharging abusers or those with anger management issues.
- The Batmobile
A Batmobile is a vehicle driven by Batman. His car is located in the Batcave and is both a fully armed tactical assault vehicle and a specially built chase and capture vehicle used by him in his struggle against crime. Wayne Enterprises developed most of the prototype gear using the latest civilian performance technologies.
Even though the Batmobile looks awesome, it would pose a significant threat to people around it. When the public learns that Bruce Wayne is Batman, they may wonder why he spent so much money on his crime-fighting tank instead of fixing Gotham’s infrastructure.
- Green Lantern’s Ring
I find it amusing that a superhero who’s supposed to save the world needs to charge his ring daily. It is, in fact, the biggest flaw with Green Lantern. As part of the green lantern team, imagine having to stop in the middle of a fight to recharge your ring. It would become an inconvenience when you try to fight off muggers and discover that your ring’s battery is low. Nevertheless, you are a hero, saving our lives.
- Klaw’s Sonic Blaster
The Master of Sound, Ulysses Klaue, is known as Klaw because he created a sonic blaster fueled by Vibranium stolen from Wakanda. Lethal sonic blasters even altered a person’s physical form and transformed them into pure sound beings. However, that type of being will be vilified in the real world for several reasons.
Noise complaints already occur in the city, whether it is loud parties or motorbike racers. Despite the dangerous weapons component, ordinary people developing access to the mighty sonic blaster would cause otherworldly noises. Who would want to live in such a world?
Superior Iron Man’s Extremis 3.0 App
Users can allegedly download the Extremis virus 3.0 into their bodies through the app to achieve the perfect body. However, the app does nothing more than trigger Extremis’ effects with a supersonic frequency.
It would be disastrous technology for a culture that already struggles with an addiction to social media, filled with negative body images and very low beauty standards. To summarize, you do not need an app to change how you look. You are already handsome in every way.
During Batman’s battle with the monster known as the Mirror-Man, the invention of his machine allowed him to see through Batman’s cowl and expose his true identity. Unfortunately, nobody believes Batman when he is first revealed as Bruce Wayne. Therefore, Mirror-Man uses it a second time. But don’t get the image, and Batman admits that he designed a unique mask with broken mirrors to wear underneath his ordinary cowl to prevent the camera from working.
In reality, this is a terrible idea. A single blow from an opponent would be equivalent to hitting Batman with a wood chipper. In reality, Batman is essentially wearing shattered glass over his face.
S.H.I.E.L.D. Stands for Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement, and Logistics Division. While the acronym’s meaning has evolved over time, the most common kind of aircraft carrier has always been the Helicarrier. As much as it impressed fans in The Avengers (2012), fans were quite disturbed when they discovered how much the helicopter could do in Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014).
There is a revelation in Winter Soldier that Nazi science division Hydra had infiltrated S.H.I.E.L.D to assassinate civilians. However, Captain America stops those plans when he discovers a helicarrier has crashed down, and numerous casualties have been reported in Civil War (2016). Considering the innumerable plane crashes in the real world, getting another floating object is not good.
Spiderman used to show muggers his big logo on his belt when he came to save the citizens. Today, if everyone had their own belt signals, there would be a lot of angry neighbors.
No one would want to see their living rooms filled with a custom logo. Not to mention the number of people who would get blinded by poorly placed signal flashes.
Doctor Doom’s Time Platform
It might be exceptional to use a time platform like the X-Men do when they must travel back in time.
Many villains have altered their history for the better using the Time Platform, but several theoretical physicists (not Sheldon Cooper) agree. Changing time creates a paradox in the future, thus making it impossible to change it. Therefore, we should let history stand as it is. It’s okay to change some things in the past, but it could create a paradox in the present.
Thankfully these things do not exist in the real world, as they would be destructive to humankind. However, If you are a die-hard comics fan, you must love streaming because you can binge-watch your favorite comic movies all day long. And we have found StreaMaestro very useful while researching comic movies; it’s a great platform to discover the latest entertainment news, reviews, hacks, etc.
In addition, do you think people in real life would hate these 10 technology gadgets? Let us know what you think in the comments!