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Up to date as of February 02, 2010

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A boomerang was a sort of weapon used on Earth in Australia by Aborigines. It consisted of a V-shaped bit of wood, that when tossed correctly, returned to it's point of origin.

The Mythrans were familiar with this weapon. (TOS novel: Mission to Horatius)

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DC Comics

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This is the Captain Boomerang disambiguation page.

It serves to clarify the difference between several closely named or closely related articles.
A = Appearances · I = Images · G = Gallery · F = Fan Art · Q = Quotes

TV and Film Versions

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Up to date as of February 01, 2010

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damage: 3 - 6
damage type: Normal
attack modes:
Throw (AP: 2, R: 15)
min. Strength: 1
hands req.: 1
weight: 2 lbs.
value: N/A
The following is based on Fallout Tactics and some details might contradict canon.
Ancient thrown weapon.

The Boomerang is a throwing weapon in Fallout Tactics.

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Final Fantasy

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For the enemy ability in Final Fantasy IX, see: List of Final Fantasy IX Enemy Abilities#Boomerang

The Boomerang (ブーメラン Boomeran) is a recurring weapon in the Final Fantasy series. They are throwing weapons that are usually associated with a Thief or a Ninja Job class.



Final Fantasy III

Thieves, Ninjas, Rangers, and Onion Knights can wield boomerangs. Prince Alus also uses a boomerang as his weapon, though he never uses it in battle and only uses low-level White Magic.

Final Fantasy IV

Edge is the only playable character to equip boomerangs.

  • Boomerang
  • Full Moon
  • Rising Sun (GBA only)

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years

  • Boomerang
  • Full Moon
  • Rising Sun

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years

Edge and Tsukinowa can equip boomerangs.

  • Boomerang
  • Metal Boomerang

Final Fantasy VI

Locke is the only playable character to equip boomerangs.

  • Boomerang
  • Sniper
  • Hawkeye
  • Rising Sun
  • Wing Edge
  • Moonring Blade

Final Fantasy VII

One of Yuffie's weapons is a boomerang.

Final Fantasy XI

Boomerangs are a type of throwing weapon, which are reusable and require no ammunition, but are only available to Warriors, Thieves, and Rangers. A related weapon is the chakram, which is available to a much wider range of Jobs.

Notable returning-style throwing weapons:

  • Yagudo Freezer
  • Unger Boomerang
  • Rising Sun
  • Comet Tail
  • Aureole
  • Snakeeye
  • Moonring Blade
  • War Hoop
  • Lamiabane
  • Death Chakram
  • Wingedge
  • Rogetsurin

Final Fantasy XIII

Hope Estheim uses a folding boomerang as his primary weapon of choice. Most of his weapons have mythical bird names.

  • Airwing
  • Sky Thrasher
  • Ninuruta
  • Tjuta
  • Hawkeye
  • Eagle Claw
  • Víðópnir
  • Hræsvelgr
  • Arikanto
  • Charadrios
  • Simurgh
  • Yezcatlipoca
  • Ochirvani
  • Urubutsuin (ウルブツィン)
  • Malphas
  • Naberius
  • Nue

Dissidia Final Fantasy

The Boomerang is a level 22 throwing weapon that adds 19 to Attack and decreases base Bravery by 17.


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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010
(Redirected to Fred Myers (Earth-616) article)

From Marvel Database

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Real Name
Current Alias

Fred Slade; Boomerang



Heavy Hitters[2]; Former member of the Masters of Evil and the Sinister Syndicate; Former employee of the Secret Empire; ally of Viper and Silver Samurai; employee of the Kingpin, Sinister Twelve

Unnamed wife


Base Of Operations


5' 11"

175 lbs (80 kg)




Marital Status

Assassin; Former Professional Baseball Player

A former baseball player, Fred Myers became a subversive criminal after being suspended from the game.

Place of Birth
Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia


First appearance

Tales to Astonish #81
(July, 1966)



Fred Myers was born in Australia but moved to America when he was a small child. In America, his great love was baseball and he developed an extraordinary pitching arm. He became a professional baseball player in the minor leagues after graduating high school, and a few years later entered the major leagues. Within a year he was suspended for accepting bribes. Embittered, he was eventually contracted by the subversive criminal organization, the Secret Empire, and offered employment. They designed special weaponry for him to exploit his pitching ability and he became their special operative, code-named Boomerang. When the Secret Empire crumbled, Boomerang went to Australia to hide out and recuperate. There he incessantly practiced the art of throwing and decided to become a freelance assassin. Obtaining a new arsenal of weapons designed and financed by underworld financier Justin Hammer, Boomerang came back to America to pursue his criminal ambitions.

Powers and Abilities


Boomerang is an expert pitcher whose accuracy has few rivals.

Strength level

Boomerang possesses the normal human strength of a man of his age, height, and build who engages in intensive regular exercise.



  • Costume: Boomerang's costume contains a wide variety of hidden pockets and pouches for his smaller, specialized boomerangs, in addition to attachments for securing the seven larger primary boomerangs.
    • Light body armor: Boomerangs costume acts as light body armor.
    • Boot Jets: Boomerang's costume is equipped with boot jets which are mentally commanded using cybernetic circuitry built into the cowl. These are capable of two hours of flight at 30 mph before needing to be refueled, and generate enough thrust to support Boomerang's own weight plus and additional 100 lbs. The boot jets can be used as offensive weapons when fired at close range.
  • Specialized Boomerangs: Boomerang's primary weapons are the boomerangs, which he wears on his uniform. There are seven boomerangs attached in plain sight, each of which is rigged with special gimmicks.
    • Shatterangs - These detonate with a force equivalent to twenty hand grenades.
    • Gasarangs - These release highly concentrated tear gas upon impact.
    • Razorangs - These razor-edged boomerangs are capable of slicing through steel.
    • Screamerangs - These generate high-intensity sonic waves as they fly through the air.
    • Bladarangs - These whirling boomerangs cut like buzzsaw blades.
    • Gravityrangs - These Create a local gravity field around their target.
    • Reflexerangs - These are solid-weighted boomerangs


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