In a broader context, beyond the domain of comic books, “damage” typically refers to the physical harm that impairs the value, usefulness, or normal function of an object, system, or person. It could be a result of natural disasters, accidents, deliberate actions, or wear and tear over time. Damage can affect a wide range of things, from tangible property like buildings and vehicles, to intangible assets like reputation and mental health.
In the DC Comics universe, Damage is also the name of a superhero who first appeared in a comic book series during the Zero Hour crisis. Damage, the character, is the son of the original Atom, Al Pratt. He has been affiliated with several superhero teams, including the Titans, the Freedom Fighters, and the Justice Society of America. His appearances in the comic books showcase various instances of physical and emotional damage, as he battles against foes and deals with his personal struggles.
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