448) Thrown Weapon

Thrown Weapon – The thrown weapon can be used for various superhuman effects.  Thrown Weapon is also known as Enhanced Throwing, Enhanced Chucking, Enhanced Hurling, Enhanced Pitching and Enhanced Tossing.  A subcategory of (490) Weapon Manipulation. Other weapons include (049) Arrow Manipulation, (060) Axe Manipulation, (079) Bow Manipulation, (176) Everyday Object Weaponization, (205) Hammer Manipulation, (259) Mace Manipulation, (407) Spear Manipulation, (411) Staff Manipulation and (494) Whip Manipulation(407) Spear Manipulation is a subcategory of thrown weapons.  (490) Weapon Manipulation   A subcategory of (490) Weapon Manipulation. Other weapons include (049) Arrow Manipulation, (060) Axe Manipulation, (079) Bow Manipulation, (176) Everyday Object Weaponization, (205) Hammer Manipulation, (259) Mace Manipulation, (407) Spear Manipulation, 448) Thrown Weapon and (494) Whip Manipulation.  (490) Weapon Manipulation is a subcategory of (350) Power Bestowal (objects).

Literary Critique of Thrown Weapon 

Batman (DC) has an arsenal of tricked out Batarangs as explained in Detective Comics #244.

Boomerang (Marvel) has jet boots besides boomerangs as explained in the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe V2 #2.

Bullseye (Marvel) can throw just about anything with deadly accuracy in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe V1 #2.

Captain America (Marvel) throws a shield. People don’t normally throw shields but this is explained in Marvel Fact Files #5 (Eaglemoss).

Captain Boomerang (DC) unlike his Marvel version doesn’t have jet boots and is introduced in The Flash V1 #117.

Death-Throws (Marvel) like to throw juggling objects as explained in the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe V2 #3.

Diamondback (Marvel) throws knives but saves throwing diamonds for special targets in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe V2 #3.

Fastball (DC) throws explosive spheres in Justice League of America V1 #235.

Hobgoblin (Marvel) likes to throw goblin grenades, pumpkin bombs and throwing bats in the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe V2 #5.

Javelin (DC) has a variety of tricked out javelins in DC Who’s Who V1 #11.

Moon Knight (Marvel) likes to throw all sorts of stuff as explained in Marvel Fact Files #50.

Nomad (Marvel) throws stun discs as shown in the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe V1 #15.

The Red Guardian (Marvel) has single disc he likes to throw as shown in Avengers V1 #44.

Overthrow (DC) – Who’s Who Update ’87 #4

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