These retro styled tourism posters for fictional cities are nice.
… and Gotham
Photographer Agan Harahap put together a little gallery of World War Two photographs featuring superheroes. The good guys could not have won the war without this sort of external help…
That heading is possibly a lame reference to the Ninja Turtles’ catch cry – if you didn’t pick that up… if it needs explaining it’s clearly a bad title.
A scientist have finally figured out Superman. He was, until this point, a riddle wrapped in an enigma. A blue and red enigma. Why do superheroes wear tights? Is it for mobility or aesthetics?
This new study, by a guy named Ben Tippett, started by debunking commonly held misconceptions about the Kryptonian.
“Siegel et al. Supposed that His mighty strength stems from His origin on another planet whose density and as a result, gravity, was much higher than our own. Natural selection on the planet of krypton would therefore endow Kal El with more efficient muscles and higher bone density; explaining, to first order, Superman’s extraordinary
powers. Though concise, this theory has proved inaccurate. It is now clear that Superman is actually flying rather than just jumping really high; and his freeze-breath, x-ray vision, and heat vision also have no account in Siegel’s theory”
The report found that Superman does not have many powers – he in fact has one power that manifests in different ways.
“We conjecture that all of Superman’s powers come from His ability to alter the inertial mass of objects in his immediate vicinity or with which he is in personal contact.”
The findings were supported by convincing diagrams.
Picture this. There’s a baby hanging from the window of a burning building. Clark Kent is looking for a phone booth to whip out his inner superhero. And all that’s left on the streets of Metropolis are novelty phone booths like the above. Superheroes everywhere are scratching their heads.
Courtesy of Dvice.