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Feat: Supreme, Supreme #1

 

SUPREME (ETHAN CRANE)

In ‘Supreme’ (1992) #1, titled ‘Second Coming’, Supreme performs a super-speed feat. Supreme returns to Earth. In space, Supreme flies into Diehard of Youngblood.

How much super-speed does it take to fly into Diehard in space?

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In ‘Supreme’ (1992) #1, Supreme performs a super-speed feat. Supreme flies into Diehard of Youngblood in space. Photo/Image Comics

SUPREME FLEW INTO DIEHARD, BOTH WITH A TOTAL KINETIC ENERGY OF 58,454,593 J BEFORE THE COLLISION.

SUPREME FLEW WITH THE EQUIVALENT OF THE SPEED OF A COMET OF 2,000 MPH ENOUGH TO INCREASE THE TOTAL KINETIC ENERGY OF THE SYSTEM TO 77,725,338 J.

SUPER-SPEED FEAT:

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3 thoughts on “Feat: Supreme, Supreme #1

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