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In Search of real life Superhumans - Killer Punch



Today on Far Future Horizons we present the second installment of an exciting new documentary series entitled “Stan Lee’s Superhumans” hosted by the legendary Stan Lee and Daniel Browning Smith, who's been dubbed the most flexible man in the world. 

Together they take us on thrilling journey into the farthest reaches of the world in search of real life superhumans.


Throughout history, the forces of evolution and genetic mutation have endowed humans with astonishing new abilities and features. It's a process that continues to this day, and nowhere is it more evident than in the fascinating world of Stan Lee's "Superhumans."



In the second episode Daniel is in Vegas to meet Bob Munden the planet's fastest gunslinger, rumored to be faster than the blink of an eye, and with accuracy second to none. 





Using electromyography and the fastest camera technology in the world, we investigate whether his speed goes beyond what science says is humanly possible. Timo Kaukonen is a World Sauna Champion and pushes his body to the limits. He has lasted for 16 minutes in temperatures hot enough to boil water. Daniel investigates to find out if he has a genetic difference that sets him apart. Warrior monk Shi Yan Ming shocked the world by moving to New York in 1992, marking the first time that a Shaolin monk has ever defected from China. By harnessing the power of Qi, or vital energy, he's taken Bruce Lee's infamous "one-inch punch" to a new level. "Professor Splash," (aka Darren Taylor) is a world champion high-diver...with a difference. Daniel tries to find out how a man can survive a 35 foot belly flop into just one foot of water.




This Episode of Stan Lee's Superhumans can be purchased from Amazon's Instant Video.

Stan Lee's Superhumans Episode 2 - Killer Punch

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