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It's been 42 years since Spider-lover, Man's Gwen Stacy, died in the last pages of The Amazing Spider-Man #121 – a tragedy that forever transformed comic book history and was probably Marvel's first acknowledgment that superheroes can't rescue everyone. But what if she wasn't really dead? In an alternative reality, what if Peter Parker died and Gwen Stacy became a kickass superhero with all of Spider-skills Man's plus a lot more angst?

The Physics of Superheroes, written by physicist and novelist James Kakalios, dives into the scientific likelihood of superhero comic novels. The book examines renowned superheroes' famed skills and achievements using physics fundamentals and funny insights. The Flash and the friction generated by his great superhuman speed are discussed, as is whether Ant-Man can really shrink down to his minuscule size. Kakalios considers if Gwen Stacy would have died in the manner she did after Spidey apprehended her. Indeed, Kakalios' studies were so impressive that he was hired as a consultant on the Mark Webb Spider-Man reboot sequel The Amazing Spider-Man 2, a film that adapted the legendary The Night Gwen Stacy Died story to strong emotional effect. Even though Spider-webbing Man's is very flexible, Kakalios adds that when Gwen was thrown off the bridge, there wasn't enough time for Spider-web Man's strand to expand and disperse its force. Gwen's velocity increased as she fell, and he hypothesized that she was falling around 300 feet at 95 miles per hour. So force multiplied by time equals her mass times change in velocity, a physics equation known as change in momentum.

'Our long-term objective is to grow Heart of a Hero. Have more heroes in more areas, but one important ambition I have is to be able to assist these parents pay off the debts they acquire while trying to save their children's lives.' My wife and I do not have children of our own, but we plan to in the future after we have established a solid financial foundation for our giving lifestyle.

23 1 - No text 3 - Cho Variant 2 - Cho Variant 3 - Cho Variant Textless Robbi Rodriguez created the artwork. Michael Cho created the artwork. Release Date: February 10, 2016 Cover Date: April 16, 2016 Axel Alonso, Editor-in-Chief T (13 and up) 1. Original Price $3.99 Appearances in "Greater Power: Part Five" Synopsis Jason Latour wrote it, Chris Visions penciled it, Chris Visions inked it, Rico Renzi lettered it, and Clayton Cowles edited it.

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