For those who are interested in how superheroes are what they are, this audiobook is certainly a major pick. In short, it breaks down the possibility of having an actual "superhero" in reality. It takes some of the major superheroes of the DC/Marvel worlds like Batman or the X-Men and relates science/physics in order to prove or disprove the existence or possible existence of these characters. It brought me to a point where I can understand why some of these characters are pure fiction and some where it can actually be possible. Although this title can drag out for a while, it brings up some insights about the history of the comic industry and its people. It was pretty educational (which is a huge understatement) and I found it intriguing. For those who don't read comics or not as involved, I recommend this title for an alternative to comics. For the average comic fan, unless your uptight about certain things, go ahead and get schooled by this title. It might give something to think about.
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