Stan Lee On The Science Of Comic Book Superheroes
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[Stan Lee On The Science Of Comic Book Superheroes]
[Stan Lee (born Stanley Martin Lieber; December 28, 1922):] Source: LYBIO.net
I am the least scientific person you’ll ever know. So I try to seem scientific with our characters, for example when the – when Spiderman became Spiderman, had him bitten by a radioactive spider, I thought that sounded very logical and believable and scientific.
I had The Hulk. He was inundated by gamma rays, that’s how he became The Hulk. Now, again I thought that sounded good. I wouldn’t know a gamma ray if I saw it, I don’t know what a gamma ray is but if it sounds good, I’ll use it.
[Stan Lee:] Source: LYBIO.net
And the whole trick is to make something seem as if you gave it a lot of thought and did a lot of research about this. I never had time for research because there were too many books that had to be written and we always have those deadlines to worry about.
So one thing that I think is funny, again when I would lecture in colleges, I would always mention, we try to be very accurate scientifically in everything we did. Now we have this character, Thor, the God of Thunder. And he has this big hammer that he swings with a leather thong attached to his wrists. When Superman flies he has no visible means of locomotion. You might wonder, how is he flying, he is just like this, lying in the air and he is flying, not us. At Marvel we are scientific. I wanted Thor to fly, so he has that hammer, I had him swing it around as fast as a propeller, then he let’s go. Now it’s attached to his wrist, so when the hammer goes shooting off into space it takes him with him, with it – that’s how he flies, incontrovertible scientific fact and that’s the difference between us and the competition.
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