The Physics of Superheroes by James Kakalios

The Physics of Superheroes by James Kakalios
Requirements: .ePUB, .MOBI/.AZW reader, 6.9 MB
Overview: James Kakalios explores the scientific plausibility of the powers and feats of the most famous superheroes and discovers that in many cases the comic writers got their science surprisingly right. Along the way he provides an engaging and witty commentary while introducing the lay reader to both classic and cutting-edge concepts in physics, including:
What Superman’s strength can tell us about the Newtonian physics of force, mass, and acceleration
How Iceman’s and Storm’s powers illustrate the principles of thermal dynamics
The physics behind the death of Spider-Man’s girlfriend Gwen Stacy
Why physics professors gone bad are the most dangerous evil geniuses!
Genre: Non-Fiction > Educational > Science, Physics

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The Physics of Superheroes


The Physics of Superheroes
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On the foundation of superheroes : from the massive bang to Action Comics no. 1

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Stan Lee’s How to Draw Superheroes by Stan Lee

Stan Lee’s The way to Draw Superheroes by Stan Lee
Necessities: ePUB Reader, 55.6MB
Overview: The third installment in comics icon Stan Lee’s collection displaying readers how to attract among the most fun and dynamic superheroes of all time.

Spider-Man, the X-Males, the Improbable 4, Iron Man, the Unimaginable Hulk, and the Avengers all share a typical trait — these vastly standard Marvel Comics superheroes had been co-created by the legendary Stan Lee. Now, Lee exhibits readers every little thing they’re going to must make their very own mighty superheroes, identical to his basic creations. Lee exposes his secret instruments and methods for bringing robust, inspiring heroes and heroines to life. He even exhibits aspiring creators the best way to increase their super-universes with evil villains, trusty sidekicks, brutes and monsters, super-pets, secret hideouts, and extra! These invaluable insights from one of many biggest superhero creators of all time are must-haves for all followers of Lee’s legendary superhero comedian work.
Style: Non-Fiction, Comics, Reference

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Superheroes!: Capes, Cowls, and the Creation of Comic Book Culture

Superheroes!: Capes, Cowls, and the Creation of Comic Book Culture
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