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Edited By amazing_webhead

According to Futurama, the whole point of the secret identity thing is so they don't get sued for property damage.

But then, Superman would need a good lawyer to get Lex Luthor to pay child support for Superboy. (Come on, you were thinking that too!)

Also, first.

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Posted By judasnixon

Where's Charles Soule when you need him......

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Posted By The_Titan_Lord

Interesting

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Posted By kgb725

Bruce Banner employed Matt Murdock against Shield. Luke Cage employed jen walters also they never seem to last that long though

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Posted By CaptainMarvel4Ever

Where's Charles Soule when you need him......

That's what I was thinking

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Posted By CaptainMarvel4Ever

Green Arrow defiantly needs a lawyer, people keep trying to take his identity and use his name.

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Posted By scouts1998

Batman doesn't because he is batman

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Posted By Night4345

@amazingwebhead: But then, Superman would need a good lawyer to get Lex Luthor to pay child support for Superboy. (Come on, you were thinking that too!)

The custody battle that will shock the nation.

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Posted By TrionAce

Superman needs a lawyer cause Darkseid wants to sue Superman for hitting him too hard.

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Posted By PhoenixoftheTides

Yes. I can buy into the property damage thing. Most superheroes are shockingly irresponsible, so I appreciate it when writers/heroes take the amount of casualties and property damage into account when they are fighting super-villains.

According to Futurama, the whole point of the secret identity thing is so they don't get sued for property damage.

But then, Superman would need a good lawyer to get Lex Luthor to pay child support for Superboy. (Come on, you were thinking that too!)

Also, first.

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Edited By Paracelsus

yes they most certainly would(see "The Law Of Superheroes", Gotham Books, 2012) from everything to property damage to unnecessary/deadly force!

They had best keep them on speed dial!

Terry

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Posted By MK5

I think so especially after seeing The Incredibles.

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Posted By Mandarinestro

Batman doesn't because he is batman

Not even sure how people can sue an urban legend though.

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Posted By ThatGuyWithHeadPhones

Marvel heroes do, since they're not actually secretive about their identities.

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@night4345 said:

@amazingwebhead: But then, Superman would need a good lawyer to get Lex Luthor to pay child support for Superboy. (Come on, you were thinking that too!)

The custody battle that will shock the nation.

...But we all saw it coming. XD

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Posted By Novemberx2

@judasnixon: I'm a lawyer and well lets just say Soule She-Hulk would't give me the confidence to hire him.

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Posted By RavenVice01

I think superheroes need lawyers. Just check out the manhunter series with Kate spencer

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Posted By vampiricshaman

1 if superman needed a team of laywers Bruce wayne can and probably would finance it can those laywers beat Luther's maybe but Luthers past incidents could help in that department. Most heros can either afford legal assitance, know someone who would pay for it and/or are Laywers themselves

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Edited By The_Beyonders_Car

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=6BJ1-trrgqc

The Property damage in this video is crazy..

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Posted By darthfury78

I like to see the day when Charles Soule has Jennifer Walters defend Peter Parker for all the damage that Otto (has caused while he hijack his body) as Spider-Man, meaning that he supplied Spider-Man with the tools that nearly destroyed NYC. Jennifer helps Peter out of this situation in exchange he pays for her services by having several dating engagements. If Jennifer is happy whiles their dates, she'll waive her fees that she's billed him in the tune of $2.5 Million, which might take him a long time to pay off, which is exactly what's she's counting on.