Not only is this totally awesome, it is extremely timely for me since I am currently engrossed in the Essential Fantastic Four vol 3, where the Human Torch goes on a quest to free his love-at-first-sight gal.
I sure know if I could burst into flame, that would definitely be on my top ten list. I'm not much of a camper now, but man, if I could burst into flame, I'd be grilling up sausages and steaks and boiling water for soup in the great outdoors EVERY SINGLE NIGHT.
I'd also just fly around and shout, "Someone help me, I'm burning aliveeeeeeeee!!!" and freak the heck out of everybody.
Now that would be a sight to see : I think that a good Marvel comic series could be one where readers write in stories about how they would abuse the superpowers of various heroes for their own nefarious needs - like if I had the same powers as Storm from X-Men, I would just create tiny rain clouds that followed cars who had just driven out of the carwash , soaking them but noone else around them.
That would make an awesome series, and really, with marvel's recent nod of approval towards more underground currents and their desperate attempt to push superhero licensing into more diverse profit areas, I can actually see it happening some day... Of course, YOU would have to be the main illustrator for the series.
But would you pick cars out at random, or wait for people you especially hate? Or a little of both?
If I had Ice-Man's powers basically every day would be all about sliding from various weird places and freaky buildings.
Oh yes! Schorr is very much influenced by Robert Willimas. I like the works of both artists. Schoor is a bit more my age, so his work seems to speak to me more often than does Williams', but I enjoy both. MJB