There are so many things that are only possible in the comics and movies. Or so we thought. We wondered how the movie and comic writers imagined some things they write since we thought there was nothing as superhumans. We all come, live, and then die.
Somehow, however, we get to see that movies are like said, the imitation of life. That is when we begin to see some things that even the movies cannot portray in their exactness. Immediately, we get to understand that sometimes life is even weirder and more complex than the movies or comics.
Below are some superhumans that would make you wonder if Spiderman, wolfman, and batman are real people who decide to hide behind the screens.
Among other Superhumans, one can arguably say Richardson’s says a lot. This is because his was built on love and trust. Also Known as Lion Whisperer, he has the ability to sleep among lions, and play with them. The love he shares with the wild creatures is vivid each time he is around them. He as well plays with other wild animals like hyenas and cheetahs.
Also known as the iceman, Wim has the ability to control his mind into creating inner heat that would allow him to stay in extremely cold temperature or even ice, without his body temperature changing. Hof was able to climb Mount Everest in a pair of shorts. Without proper covering, no human would survive Mount Everest for more than a few minutes.
Having lost his sight to cancer when he was just 3, Underwood made use of echoes he produced by clicking his tongue to find his way around. Each time he clicked his tongue, he would follow the sound to know if something was in front of him or not. He could walk to where ever he wanted without any guide. He rode bicycles, played basketball, video games, and lived a normal life. Amazing Ben died in 2009 at the age of 16.
Wiltshire can as well be described as a Camera. He has the ability to glance at a thing, no matter how simple or complex, and commit it entirely to memory. Wiltshire was so good that after internalizing things, he could draw them without missing the tiniest details. He has drawn landscapes of cities and towns. He has drawn places such as Rome, which he saw over a helicopter ride, Tokyo, Dubai, and Jerusalem.
Electricity is something that is powerful enough to fling one as high as u may not imagine, or even kill one instantly when one comes in contact with naked wires. It is different with Xiangang. He could touch live wires and it wouldn’t harm him. According to the Chinese, touching live wires which should normally kill a human, makes him more energetic.
Referred to as Rain Man, Peek had the ability to read extremely fast and remember what he had read. What was interesting about Rain Man was that he could read two pages at once, one with his right eye, the other with his left.
It has been reported that having read at least 12 thousand books, Peek could recall the contents with an accuracy of 98%. His ability came as a result of a medical condition which left the right hemispheres of his brain not entirely connected. He died in 2009 at the age of 58.
Dean Karnazes could as well go for a badass character in a badass Dean Koontz novel. Karnazes is something among other superhumans. He has the feat of extreme endurance. In fifty days, he ran fifty marathons in the fifty states of America. Another interesting thing about him is that his muscles never get tired. Wouldn’t that add another twist to a typical Koontz character?
Stroe should be one of the most interesting superhumans ever seen. Born in 2004, Stroe is a child bodybuilder who has broken and set various world records including becoming the fastest ten-metre hand walk with a weight ball between his legs, for which he made it to the Guinness book of world records in 2009. He is one of the strongest children in the world, if not the strongest.
Browning is not Jim Carrey in The Mask; he is the “Rubberboy”. According to the Guinness Book of Record, Browning is the most flexible person ever. He could bend his body in almost any way he wants. His superhuman flexibility has made it possible for him to dislocate both his legs and arms and turn his torso 180 degrees.