Supermaterials - Fernanda Juárez Zárate (With the new technologies…
Supermaterials - Fernanda Juárez Zárate
Bombastium - Uncle Scrooge (Donald Duck Comics)
It's supposed to be the rarest element in the world, and has odd properties.
It tastes different overtime you try it, and one atom of bombastium dropped into water becomes a barrel of ice cream.
It has an orange brown color and it has the size of a soccer ball, it needs to be kept frozen.
Nth Metal - from Flash
Used to explain the ability of Hackman to fly. (It is said that the wings of this character were made from this element.)
It is a heavy isotope from iron (Fe676), that comes from Thanagar.
It has the capacity to negate gravity, it protects the person wearing it from elements ands speeds healing proccesess.
Kryptonite - from Superman
It's the ore form of a radioactive element.
It is a mineral from the planet Krypton
There's green, red, blue, white, red-green, gold, silver, red-grew.blue-gold, x-, and many other kryptonite types.
With the new technologies developed in World War II, many new superhero stories were born.
Science had a super important role in sci-fi comics, since most of the Marvel characters began as scientists.
Science was used in service of the national defense.
Still, there was a Comic Code published in 1954 that placed new restrictions for these new comics.
In Ironman, it is sought to use technology to help him with his chest injury and create a futuristic suit.
At first, his armor was made from iron. Since it wasn't practical enough, Stark tried using titanium alloys, carbon fiber and nanotechnology.
In the story of Captain America, Dr. Myron MacLain is an american metallurgist, experiments with vibranium and an alloy is formed while he sleeps.
Super materials are modified in science fiction to achieve ultra high strengths and other characteristics.
Super materials used in superhero movies commonly have a big scientific explanation behind them. Physics are often used to explain these superhuman characteristics.
Science in superhero movies has acquired a tremendous role in education as a teaching tool.
Super hero stories are mainly common historical or mythical stories adapted to have different turnouts.
Superman, for example is the common American migrant.