Science Finds Superman As Best Superhero Of All Time

Posted: Jun 13 2016, 11:35am CDT | by , in News | Latest Science News


Science Finds Superman as Best Superhero Of All Time
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Science has finally shown who the best superhero is in an ultimate showdown of sorts.

A couple of students made scientific measurements  and generated various hypotheses regarding who the best superheroes are from the Marvel Comic Series.

It appears to be the case that Superman might take the baton in the final analysis. After seven years of intensive research, Superman won hands down in the list of superheroes. Included among his immense capabilities were the Super Flare Attack and highly dense musculature. 

Among the rest of the three to four top slots are Wolverine, Thor and Mystique. They can easily regenerate their lost limbs, have high energy levels and are able to manipulate their genes.

Black Bolt meanwhile remains a very destructive supehero. He wins in the destruction department with relative ease. A devastator and annihilator, he wreaks havoc wherever he goes.

Moving on, the students found that Batman could be the most miserable and least well-equipped of superheroes. He definitely has his share of problems and they are not one but many. Last but not least, June 12th has been named Superman Day in honor of the Man of Steel. 

The fact that Superman comes out on top in all counts means that there is something he possesses that the others lack. As far as popularity goes, Superman is definitely a winner.

His superhuman abilities and high energy drive to succeed at whatever he sets his mind on are Alpha Male signs. Thor meanwhile is a Norse pagan god and he wields his hammer with deft alacrity.

The decisive and explosive powers he possesses put him among the first three contenders for the top spot. That Batman gets a bad rap may be due to his gloomy, sombre and brooding character. Nobody likes too much negativity. 

Furthermore, the loss of major powers in Batman and his constant conflicts with such characters like the Joker means that he just doesn’t have the “X” factor needed to make for a worthy superhero.

These interesting studies into the nature of superheroes and how they measure up against one another were published in a journal by the dedicated students.

The youth culture of the West looks to comic book superheroes as a source of inspiration and useful fantasy material which could lead to vicarious feelings of competence and self-confidence. The methods used by the pupils to calculate the abilities of the superheroes were complex indeed. 

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