Aside from wall-crawling, Peter Parker’s most famous feature is his webbing. While other heroes fly or run across rooftops with grappling hooks, Spider-Man swings on web-lines, zooming through New York at up to 40 MPH. But just what is this webbing and its true nature?
(NOTE: Obviously there are different origins in the cartoon and film adaptations, so just to keep things short, this article is focused on the comic book versions of how Tony Stark’s original armor was created.) The 1960s was a time of counter culture rebellion in the U.S. Marvel Comics tapped into this by making several […]
The rules of magic vary from myth to myth, story to story. In the realm of Harry Potter, magic has something to do with biology and genetic heritage. Without the right genes, you won’t have magic energy in your cells waiting to be released and utilized. A similar idea exists in DC Comics, where ancient Atlantis birthed a species […]