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  1. I really dislike the new spiderman movies. When the original spiderman movies were made you knew it was a spiderman movie. In these new movies it seems to focus more on everything else than it actually does SPIDERMAN the main character of the movie. I liked when before spiderman focused mainly on spiderman. I really dont like the hole background of his dad leaving him and everything. Also while original spiderman was sarcastic sometimes he did not seem as reckless as this guy. Original spider-man would never attack a cop.
  2. Hello! I'm writing a book that uses superheroes to explore science (if you're interested, pre-order it through my Kickstarter project: http://kck.st/Ujc1i7). The book is aimed at people who wouldn't necessarily read comics or a popular science book. And as someone who watches TBBT, I think there's overlap between my target audience and fans of the show, which is why I wanted to post a link to the book on this forum. But while thinking about how to spread the word about my book, I also realised that you guys might also be able to help me angle it toward the readers I'm hoping to attract. TBBT is a popular series (20m viewers in the US alone) but I suspect people mainly watch it because it's a funny sitcom and the characters are likeable. So here's my question for fans who aren't interested in science: What would grab your attention and make you want to read a popular science book? So for example, my book will include a lot of 'human interest' stuff, such as describing what scientists are like as people - not just their research and results (I'm a biologist by training and a journalist by inclination, so I tend to look at science from both inside and out). If you've got any other thoughts or queries, please don't hesitate to ask!
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