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Empire Admin -> Bryan Singer Tweets Magneto Pic (6/6/2013 6:58:11 AM)

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malestorm -> A dissipated Storm!!?? (6/6/2013 6:58:12 AM)

Loving the "sneak-peaks " BUT I have noticed at the end of your pieces re. the cast list, in the last 2 you,ve omitted Ms. Berry!? Editorial error OR has she left (That outfit WAS f.....g awfull!)




Nicky C -> Fass-man? (6/6/2013 12:11:26 PM)

Jeez, Empire ... is the 'Fass-Man' connected to the film's 'big bad'? Cringe, cringe, cringe.




BelfastBoy -> RE: Fass-man? (6/6/2013 12:52:20 PM)

Very nerdy question, but as a non-comic book reader, can anyone tell me if there's a comic book explanation for how Magneto can fly? There's no obvious connection to his mutant ability, so how does he manage it?




Mege Mike 22 -> It's obvious really (6/6/2013 2:10:32 PM)

Empire, how did you miss the fact that what Magneto is standing on is metal? It is fairly obvious to me that the Fass-Man is elevating himself using his mutant abilities on the platform

In response to BelfastBoy, I always thought there were strips of metal in his shoes/outfit which when moved would make hime 'fly'




elyoda -> RE: Fass-man? (6/6/2013 3:01:26 PM)

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ORIGINAL: BelfastBoy

Very nerdy question, but as a non-comic book reader, can anyone tell me if there's a comic book explanation for how Magneto can fly? There's no obvious connection to his mutant ability, so how does he manage it?


In a similar way to a maglev train - he uses the natural magnetic field of the earth and repels/propels himself along. Not sure if it's ever written that way in the comics, but it would seem to make sense.




JPMARTIN -> RE: It's obvious really (6/6/2013 3:01:32 PM)

I think a degree of creative licence has to be afforded here, because I agree with Belfast Boy - the way in which he 'flies' is a bit suspect.

If he can effectively project a magnetic field around himself, this would seem to suggest he could either push metal away, or pull it toward him (like a magnet). Once he contacts the metal though gravity would just pull him and his magic boots/metal platform back to earth.


I think the idea in the comics is that he directly interacts with earths magnetic field and therefore pushes himself away/pulls himself back toward the earth itself, rather than any metal boots/platforms......makes moving that radar dish in XFC seem like child's play.




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waltham1979 -> RE: It's obvious really (14/6/2013 8:36:32 AM)


quote:

ORIGINAL: JPMARTIN

I think a degree of creative licence has to be afforded here, because I agree with Belfast Boy - the way in which he 'flies' is a bit suspect.

If he can effectively project a magnetic field around himself, this would seem to suggest he could either push metal away, or pull it toward him (like a magnet). Once he contacts the metal though gravity would just pull him and his magic boots/metal platform back to earth.


I think the idea in the comics is that he directly interacts with earths magnetic field and therefore pushes himself away/pulls himself back toward the earth itself, rather than any metal boots/platforms......makes moving that radar dish in XFC seem like child's play.


I always thought it was metal boots...!?




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