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The problem with this one is that there's no "right" answer. Superman can lift a near-infinite amount, the human Torch can generate a near-infinite amount of heat, etc etc. Your meta question hits the nail on the head perfectly; I was looking forward to all the comic book wonks battling over the best scenario. We're not a discussion board, we're a Q&...


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Additional information that would be useful when identifying Western comics questions includes; How was it released? This is a really big one, as it can totally change the possible works it could be. Are you looking for an arc of a larger comic book series, a single issue, a graphic novel originally published in that format, or something else entirely? ...


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I've never seen a clear distinction between sci-fi and fantasy. I think sci-fi is fantasy and the names are pretty much a matter of perspective or taste. Just consider the words inverted and imagine a book of fiction about [real world, not fantasy land] science. Would that look like "science fiction"? No, it would be "popular science" or "history of science"...


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