Magniloquence the Superheroine Vol 2 No 1 pp117-144
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Comic 126 - CanDoer Here We Come
Just like other superheroes, Magniloquence and Kinematic Man must shrink themselves down to microscopic size to enter the city of Can-Doer. Why can you still see them in panels 5,6, and 7? Because they are still shrinking. Also, it is funnier that way, since I get to put in the joke about the drum bung. [The round cap thingy on the top of a drum for filling is called a bung.]-- Robert Stradley, the Weekend Artist.
|You said conservation of momentum and conservation of energy were pet peeves of superheroine stories. How does the shrink ray fit into the science of Wonder Falls? LMS 29May17|
|-- It doesn't. It makes me cringe when I think about the problems with the cube-square law for heat transfer and sub-atomic forces when atoms are crammed together in nanosizing displacement. Sometimes you just have to roll with the storyline. In this case, it is part of the suspension of disbelief associated with minature cities and superheroines that have skin of steel, superstrength, superspeed, and the ability to electrify one's body. -- Robert|
|More about MegaWoman -- her super power is to enlarge herself to giant size or shrink herself to tiny size. She invented the shrink ray as a way of understanding the principles of shrinking and enlargement.|
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