Monster Pulse is not a super scientifically accurate comic, I’m sorry to say.
I wonder if his lasers are red, like red eye in photographs?
They are white with a rainbow tint!
With a rainbow tint!
(don’t forget that)
Yeah, how would one tint light with rainbow? Maybe it refracts around the edges and doesn’t mix at all.
Like one of these maybe?
Whaaaaaaat? MagNOlia, I was writing my biology thesis based solely on the science I’ve learned from this comic! HOW COULD YOU LET ME DOWN LIKE THIS
I’m gonna be honest with you.
Magnolia doesn’t know a thing about biology.
She thought the pupil was a black dot on the eye.
Awww! That is kinda cute. The world must be so simple and nice.
LAZR EYES! PEW PEW!
Hey if it’s good enough biology for Marvel Comics, it’s good enough for anyone, right? ^.^
ABEL IS AN X-MAN
RIXIS IS HIS NOBODY
Haha, I love how even Abel is slightly embarrassed about the improbability of his powers. It’s fun to see the characters asking the same questions that we’ve asked in the past.
Come to think of it…I guess that explains why it is freezing outside yet Red’s body isn’t freezing; Red must still be affected by Nancy’s body heat. Although, I guess by that logic heat would constantly be escaping through Red, not to mention the anomalies caused by the difference in surface area.
Also, don’t worry so much about the comic not being accurate to real-world science; as long as it makes sense in the Monster Pulse universe, that’s good enough for me.
If Eye Monster = Laser Beams and Hair Monster = Super Speed, I can buy Blood Monster = Cold Resistance.
I don’t know what you’re talking about, shooting laser beams out of your eyes seems perfectly scientifically plausible to me, yup yup.
I remember once I did a double red blood donation, where my blood was run through a machine that filtered out red blood cells and put the rest of the blood back in my body, so I could donate more red blood cells. I think they add some more fluid before returning the blood? Anyway, I got really cold, but my skin was still being warmed by the warm room, so I hardly felt cold at all. It was very strange.
I guess this is a pretty pointless anecdote since cold blood making me cold doesn’t prove that warm blood is what keeps you warm. Oh well.
Technically, laser beams are bundles of focussed light, so he’s converting light to… light? Neat.
By using Arma enhanced transduction!
In the first panel, I though Kera was talking. I was so confused before I remembered that she was acting as a coat…
For some reason, I thought Abel was supposed to be looking straight ahead in panel 5 and first thought he was derping.
I am still giggling at Abel’s expression in the last panel and his voice in my head saying “…laser beams”. It’s so cute and funny!
Actually, having eyes convert regular sunlight to lasers is not that far from scientific fact. There are actual materials that will take incoming white light (as from the sun) and convert it to a laser. However, a white laser is a little out there since lasers have very small frequency, or color, ranges, but it could conceivably exist.
Not entirely unfeasible, yeah. The problem is storing sunlight; you need to convert it to another form of energy, and by that point you might as well be using AA cells.
It’s kind of strange seeing Abel wearing Julie’s coat…
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