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Stan Lee's SuperHumans

Stan Lee's SuperHumans


Stan Lee, creator of such legendary comic book characters as Spider-man, Hulk, X-Men and the Fantastic Four, will be getting his own History Channel series. Titled 'Superhumans', the series will "find people who have remarkable abilities because of being genetically different" and will feature Lee as co-shot alongside the world's most flexible man, Daniel Browning Smith. (Source: The History Channel)
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Prev: 2x13 -- Finger of Steel (Sep/01/2013)


Daniel meets Ho in Kuala Lumpur, where he demonstrates his incredible ability, smashing through the rock hard exterior of a coconut with his index finger. Dan Voss measures the force of his "finger of steel." And a load hammer replicates this force on a coconut. Next, Daniel meets Moses Langan in a busy Detroit shopping mall, where he has drawn a crowd with his spectacular ability. He appears to be able to turn his legs 180 degrees, and walk forwards! Orlando Duque demonstrates a breath-taking ability–diving from the same height as a twelve-story building and hitting the water at 55MPH without injury. Daniel and an Orthopaedic Surgeon Dirk Dolbere, investigate the forces Orlando can withstand. Joe Eigo says his jump defies gravity and insists he never uses trick photography, crash mats or safety wires. Could his body be engineered differently?

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Cast
Stan LeeStan Lee
As Himself (Co-Host)
Daniel Browning SmithDaniel Browning Smith
As Himself (Co-Host)
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