Note: Not even an ant could read that little-ass chart so do yo eyeballs a delicious flavor and CLICK RIGHT HERE to see it in giganto-vision.
This is a periodic table created by ComicsAlliance senior writer Chris Sims describing 84 different characteristics of superheroes. You can use it to describe superheroes in the style of chemical formulas.
For instance: Superman comes out as: OAFSISpVxVhSn
Wolverine can be represented as XWxHSn
Poison Ivy is, of course, Iv
And Legion of Super-Heroes wannabe Arm-Fall-Off Boy is simply Af.
Neato. Me? I'm a SRcScVxTcGFmKfTlLgAgIlVGrUIsTGeAnEyGt. What are you? I mean, besides jealous. PEW PEW superpowers!
The Periodic Table Of Super-Powers [comicsalliance]
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Note: Full size version of the table Hr (that's the elemental symbol for Here!).
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