Some heroes exemplify a one-note gimmick as their story idea. Spider-Man? Proportionate strength and abilities of a spider. Thor? Norse thunder god. Rocket Racer? He's a guy on a tricked-out skateboard. Others are more... high concept.
He:s not just some guy with "Druid powers." He:s the John the Baptist of the superhero world-- he:s the guy who foretells the next great sorcerer, the next great hero-team up, even the next-great monstrous threat. But what happens when the forerunner grows tired of never being the frontrunner?
A disembodied robotic head literally made from junk, Widget somehow has the ability to bridge dimensions into alternate worlds. But what if it also had the ability to bring an alternate world into this one? Widget could make replicas of alternate-heroes with his own head and join in the action! After all, he kind of already did this with an alt-world Kitty Pryde (in Excalibur #66) ...
They:re your worst nightmare, and your best hope. Super-villains don:t just get locked up in jail anymore. Sometimes, they are forced to work together under the watchful eye of Luke Cage, hoping that maybe, just maybe, they can work to better themselves and the world! On sale now! And go buy back issues!