- Obscure and juicy comic book data visualised in a beautiful way
- So much more than a bunch of capes, masks and boring graphs
- Which rappers derive their names from comic book characters?
- Are there more deaths by human or zombies in the Walking Dead?
- Take a very close look at Wonder Woman's bare legs
The comic book universe. Vast. Wondrous. Brimming full of heroes and villains with excessive outfits and powers. Ripe for creative statistical analysis.
Whether you love comics or not, Super Graphics is the most captivating and visually delicious book you'll ever have the privilege to lay eyes on. It's not all just a bunch of capes and masks either; plotting obscure and beautiful data on anything ranging from Tin Tin's travels to whether there are more deaths caused by humans or zombies in The Walking Dead.
Discover how many superhero costumes are designed solely in reds, blues and yellows, and how many villains wear greens, oranges and purples (are comic book colourists really that bloody unimaginative!?). Learn why guys like Invisible women, witness the extent of the Juggernaught's clinical obesity, and marvel at how Wonder Woman's supple leg exposure has evolved over time.
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