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  • I don't usually read this comic, but it's got Mary Marvel on the cover with a gorilla who's holding some kind of superscience device.

    DC in May

  • I suppose an autopsy found an abcess on the brain but the superscience of the year 1900 determined that that in turn had been caused by overstudy.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Con Law Exam Kills Law Student

  • While we reported earlier that most of the DC slate was currently on hold, how cool would it be to see some Morrisonian superscience on the big screen?

    Is the Fastest Man Alive film a go?

  • But clues are littered across the landscape of the forgotten things, and will show up in the most unlikely places: In the Western serial is a scene where Gene Autry is restored by subterranean superscience to life, he speaks for a moment in the language of the dead, which no living men understand.

    Saturday Cinema: Gene Autry Does Science Fiction

  • We see here that the Nightside is a mixture of superscience and the supernatural, much like Grimjack's Cynosure, for another example, when John is called in at the start to look at the problems a power plant run by an old friend is having.

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • Mike Ralls said... or the populations we are headed towardNo plausible scenario I can think of, barring a completely unforeseen breakthrough into superscience of some kind.

    Immigrate to the Stars?

  • Crazy almost-magic comic book science is fine with me, but somehow I just couldn't buy the idea that the over the top superscience needed to build a completely new, improved copy of Earth was somehow easier/more-within -reach than the over the top superscience needed to hadwavily sic, sorry fix the environmental etc. problems of the existing one.

    What I bought – 12 March 2008 | Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources

  • It can involve magic or superscience in appropriate settings, but frequently can crop of because of utterly bizarre plot devices when the setting has no obvious super-aging buttons.

    Thoughts on Children Aging in Comics | Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources

  • Cold war, with cable tv psychology and superscience.

    Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror: The Execution Channel - Ken MacLeod

  • Pretty lame: way too much wire work in the kung fu scenes, and far too much Nazi superscience.

    [book] Part Two down


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