I don’t have any superpowers. Neither do you. But we can both salivate with envy at all the marvellous flavours of superpowers we could have, if they were real. And to aid us in that noble pursuit, Pop Chart has put out their Giant-Size Omnibus of Superpowers, a (fairly) comprehensive menu of powers and their associated owners.
This isn’t Pop Chart’s first attempt at that righteous goal, but it’s definitely the most involved so far. The powers — gathered from decades upon decades of superhero fiction mainstream and indie alike — are broken down into seven distinct families: powers of the body, animal powers, force control, mastery, object manipulation, weapons-based and powers of the mind. It’s intense.
The 24″ x 36″ poster boasts 200 superpowers belonging to 600 superheroes/villains, and can be yours for the modest price of $US32. It’s a far cry from being able to buy your favourite superpower, but hey, let’s take what we can get. You can hop over to Pop Chart to see the whole thing up close and personal. [Pop Chart via Wired]