Super Strength

Our super power for the week is super strength!

Subject not only has strong muscles but has a strong anatomy as well. Subject also needs to have a tremendous amount of discipline in order to prevent from breaking everything and everyone he touches. In addition to the super strength, his muscles also have an elastic quality that enables his muscles to remain flexible even without having to stretch. In order to stop objects with enormous mass such as an airplane or speeding train, subject can strategically manipulate the surface area of his body to prevent punching a hole through the object instead of stopping it. Subject can jump 200 feet over half a mile in 2 seconds, lift 2 tons over his head at maximum and can clap with the force equivalent to 1,000 pounds of dynamite exploding. When subject jumps, he can control his strength to the point where he can land on his feet like that of an professional athlete and his feet and legs are durable enough to absorb the impact. When subject claps, his hands and arms are durable enough to absorb the impact of creating a sonic boom.



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