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COMIC BOOK CHARACTERS WHO WEAR FACE MASKS

Flash Mask - CoverTo wear a face mask, or not to wear a face mask: That is the question. Or to be more specific about it, that’s the question we want answered, otherwise, none of us will know what to wear during this current COVID crisis! After all, would a hard helmet help house our head from hazard or harm? Or would it be better to bury our bonce in a buoyant balaclava? Either way, some sort of guidance would suffice. Preferably, jovial guidance, similar to the following summary focused on superhero face masks. Please enjoy. 





Full Face Mask
Made from breathable material and encompasses the whole head. 

Spider-Man, Deathstroke, and Deadpool

Characters who wear this style of mask: Spider-Man, Deathstroke, and Deadpool.
Pros: Ideal for ugly people.
Cons: Not suitable for anyone with a runny nose.


Half Face Mask
Generally covers the lower portion of the face, from the bottom of the chin to the tip of the nose.

Red Hood, Sub-Zero, and The Vigilante

Characters who wear this style of mask: Red Hood, Sub-Zero, and The Vigilante.
Pros: Makes you feel like a ninja.
Cons: Prevents people from smoking, drinking, or spitting on small children.


Helmet
Typically forged from metal and designed to fit all sides of the head.

Iron Man, Dr. Doom, and Dr. Fate

Characters who wear this style of mask: Iron Man, Dr. Doom, and Dr. Fate.
Pros: Allows you the luxury of saying the word ‘helmet’ without being sexually provocative.
Cons: Unsuitable for people afflicted with claustrophobia.


Cowl
Devised from durable material and usually shields most of the head, aside from the area above the chin and below the nose.

Batman, The Flash, and Captain America

Characters who wear this style of mask: Batman, The Flash, and Captain America.
Pros: Appropriate for anyone with a big nose and two massive ears.
Cons: Sometimes mistaken for a variety of curly cabbage. 


Domino Mask
Covers the area around the eyes, and can be made from cloth or flexible plastics.

Robin, The Spirit, and Green Lantern.

Characters who wear this style of mask: Robin, The Spirit, and Green Lantern.
Pros: Nothing to do with the pizza or the game.
Cons: Difficult to wear with glasses.


Other Styles of Mask
Creating your own mask can provide you with the opportunity to express your artistic side.

Mr. Freeze, Sandman, and Mysterio

Characters who wear this style of mask: Mr. Freeze, Sandman, and Mysterio. 
Pros: Another word for prostitution.
Cons: May cause flatulence.

So there you have it, folks. My jovial summary focused on superhero face masks. Now for further information (or should I say, more accurate information), please contact your local health provider and follow their guidelines on what you should really wear. And while you're at it, remember to be happy, be vigilant, and most importantly of them all, be safe.

COMIC BOOK CHARACTERS WHO WEAR FACE MASKS COMIC BOOK CHARACTERS WHO WEAR FACE MASKS Reviewed by David Andrews on September 21, 2020 Rating: 5

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