"The Tick" debuts on Amazon on Aug. 25, 2017. The half-hour action-comedy show chronicles the adventures of a troubled, powerless accountant, Arthur Everest (Griffin Newman), who teams up with the titular blue-costumed hero (Peter Serafinowicz) to save The City. As far as his powers go, The Tick is standard fare: He's super-strong, bulletproof, mostly invulnerable and believes in the power of good over evil. But he also dresses up like a giant blue tick, complete with wiggling antennae — which is pretty weird stuff. In honor of The Tick's return, Wonderwall.com rounded up more of the weirdest movie and TV superheroes. Keep reading to see if your favorite made the list.
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Finn Jones stars as the billionaire Buddhist monk and martial artist Danny Rand on Netflix's Marvel universe, including on "The Defenders." He possesses the ability to call upon the mystical power of the Iron Fist, which gives him superstrength and speed and manifests as a powerful glowing energy around his hand. (Just go with it!) If that's not weird enough for ya, how about the fact that the Iron Fist is a white dude? Yeah, that's weird.
When "Inhumans" debuts on ABC in September 2017, the world will meet a new crew of superheroes: the royal family of Attilan. Their powers are interesting, to say the least. Take Medusa (Serinda Swan), for example: The Queen of Attilan has wild red hair that she can move and control. Medusa even uses her tresses — which Serinda described as having "moods" — as a weapon.
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Doctor Strange? More like Doctor Weird! The Sorcerer Supreme casts spells and incantations that give him a wide array of powers, from levitation and interdimensional travel to the ability to manipulate matter and time. Benedict Cumberbatch portrayed the mystical (and super-weird!) hero in 2016's "Doctor Strange."
Groot is a humanoid alien tree with superhuman strength and durability and the ability to grow and stretch his limbs long distances. (Sure, why not?) Our favorite member of the Guardians of the Galaxy is voiced by none other than Vin Diesel, who probably really struggles to memorize his lines for his role in the "GOTG" films.
Taylor Kitsch portrayed Gambit in 2009's "X-Men Origins: Wolverine." According to MarvelDictionary.com, the X-Man has "the ability to tap into the potential energy contained within an object and transform it into kinetic energy." When he throws the "charged" object at a target, the object "releases this energy explosively on impact." That's all well and good, but can we focus on the fact that the objects Gambit favors for charging are playing cards? Who needs weapons when you have a deck of cards!
We literally cannot wait for the "Black Panther" movie to debut in February 2018. The action flick will center around T'Challa (Chadwick Boseman), the titular king of Wakanda, a secret, highly advanced African nation. The king of Wakanda, who goes by the honorary title of Black Panther, eats a special herb that, along with his mystical connection to the Panther God, gives him superhuman senses, superstrength, speed, agility and healing powers. … Yes, we said "Panther God."
Karen Fukuhara portrayed Katana in 2016's "Suicide Squad." The anti-heroine is an expert martial artist who wields a mystical sword named Soultaker that possesses the souls of every person it's killed, including Katana's husband, Maseo. "I have conversations with the sword," the actress told Wonderwall.com of her on-screen alter ego. "It's pretty much my husband in object form, so it's not weird at all." Not weird? We beg to differ!
Paul Rudd starred as the titular hero in 2015's "Ant-Man." The character wears a special suit that gives him super-strength, allows him to dramatically change his size and grants him the ability to communicate with and control ants. Who wouldn't want to control ants?!
On the FX series "Legion," Bill Irwin (pictured) and Amber Midthunder portray Cary and Kerry Loudermilk, two people who share the same body. He's a super-smart geneticist specializing in mutants (and also an older white man). She's a skilled martial artist (and also a young Native American woman) whom Cary absorbs into his body, though they can also function independently at times . Kerry only ages when she's outside their body, which is why she appears much younger than Cary, who often appears to be speaking to himself when his female counterpart has been absorbed. Makes total sense, right?
Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje portrayed Killer Croc in 2016's "Suicide Squad." The villain-turned-quasi hero has a rare genetic condition that gives him a crocodile-like appearance. He also has superhuman strength, durability and speed and the abilities to heal quickly and regenerate lost limbs.
The New Warriors are heading to the small screen in the form of a 30-minute Freeform comedy, which is set to debut in 2018. The cast includes Matthew Moy as Microbe, who has the ability to control diseases and communicate with germs, which, according to his official character description, "can tell him where you've been, what you ate and who you hung out with." Creepy.
Kate Comer has also signed on for the "New Warriors" TV show as Debrii, a low-level kinetic — "like, she-can-move-a-paper-cup low." Sounds useful!
"New Warriors," which is shaping up to be the weirdest superhero show ever, will also introduce the adorable Squirrel Girl (Milana Vayntrub), a young woman with the powers of (you guessed it!) a squirrel, including superhuman strength and heightened senses. She also has a prehensile tail that she can use as a weapon and the ability to communicate with squirrels.
Batman might be one of our favorite superheroes of all time, but we never forget that at the end of the day, he's just a borderline psychotic billionaire with a bizarre obsession with bats.