Weird weapons are one of the most under-appreciated aspects in superhero comics. After all, aside from the odd batarang, many characters have the same predictable weapons; using either guns, sword, or just their fists for fighting.
Which is why strange weapons - even ridiculous ones - are all the more fun, simply for being a little bit different. All the various cool swords blend together eventually, but something like an evil chili or a magical welding tool is simply unforgettable, even if that's just for how impractical it is.
Ridiculous weapons are a long-honored tradition in comics, going back to the classic days of hilarious Batman tools and wacky sci-fi inventions being packed into just about any comic you could get your hands on. They're silly, they're unfathomable, and they play completely into the escapism element of the comic genre - and that's why we love them so dang much.
There are few other places you could see an all-powerful frog or living gun without thinking that something had been put in your water supply - but for comics, this is a common joy, and the world is surely a better place for it.
10. The Venus Girdle
An uncomfortable reminder of the fetishistic overtones that snuck so often into earlier Wonder Woman comics, the Venus Girdle is a tool of the Amazons used to, quote, 'compel complete obedience to loving authority'.
Somehow, the sheer creepiness of a weapon that totally removes people's free will is never explicitly called out in the comic, leaving you worried every single time it's mentioned. It also serves to ruin your ability to support Wonder Woman and the good guys, because if they're doing weird stuff like restraining people with magic brainwashing belts, maybe they weren't all that great to begin with.
As such, it's no real surprise that the Venus Girdle has fallen into obscurity in recent Wonder Woman comics, as literally nobody wants to be the guy to bring back the weird, bondage-esque belt created by an actual porn artist.