Appendages (detachable) – The ability to detach appendages and/or parts of your body. Appendages (detachable) is also known as Anatomical Automatism, Anatomical Detectability, Anatomical Liberation, Anatomical Reanimation, Anatomical Removal, Body-Part Automatism, Body-Part Detectability, Body-Part Liberation, Body-Part Reanimation, Body-Part Removal, Limb Automatism, Limb Detectability, Limb Liberation, Limb Reanimation, Limb Removal, Organ Automatism, Organ Detectability, Organ Liberation, Organ Reanimation and Organ Removal.
Literary Critique of Appendages (detachable)
A silly superpower that is not horrific but slightly gross. Arm-Fall-Off-Boy (DC) has this power and is probably the most famous character with this power.
Captain Marvel (M. F. Enterprises) also has this power.
The power is clearly a useless one in the case of Arm-Fall-Off-Boy and therefore not really a power but Captain Marvel’s appendages are self-propelled and this version is clearly a power.
Counterparts (Caliber Comics) is more similar to Captain Marvel than Arm-Fall-Off-Boy in Counterparts #1.
In Counterparts #2, the reader discovers that the appendages have separate identities unlike Arm-Fall-Off-Boy and Captain Marvel.
Segemented Man –Wildguard – Casting Call #1 (Image)
Madame Frankenstein #7 (Image)
Rubble (Image) – Bloodpool V1 #1
In Adventure Comics V1 #350, Colossal Boy (DC) uses psychology to defeat the formidable the Jigsaw Creature.
Jigsaw (Dakotaverse) was blown up but the pieces of his body can still operate independently (Milestone Media Universe Card Set).
Rockslide (Marvel) can detaches his stone arms in New X-Men: Hellions #1.