Pro Litteris, the Swiss copyright society for literature does not agree. Helvetica doesn't even make the top twelve. Most returns on a search of "most legible typeface" that are by professionals boil down to 'whatever you're used to and like'.
I hear that about games too, but in every game I play the F2P players are constantly bitching that things that cost (oh, those horrible microtransactions), "should" be free. It never ends and I don't think it would here either.
Wrong about mechanics, not about physics. It's the physics with cold fusion.
Going further, they used the FLASH laser (meaning a very expensive process) and produced "a spot with a diameter less than a twentieth of the width of a human hair" which retained your 'invisible' state "an extremely brief period - an estimated 40 femtoseconds". More of that there emphasis.
If that's the type of logic you use and respect, it's no wonder at all you believe cold fusion has happened.
The name still fits. Turbo.
Pretty sure he understood the point of the article. By personal experience, he disagrees. If you're appealing to the authority of the article - pffft! - authorities on developmental and coding methodologies are a dime a dozen.
Many books and movies are very mature and have greater plot and character development than most comics.
Works both ways. And, cohesive isn't exactly a word I'd use for a set of tales that re-origin themselves every few years.
I wonder who helped them rebuild?
"they're pretty consistent that they just don't want people to affect animals" - I'd have to say outright killing +90% of the animals they take in for "adoption" is affecting those animals, wouldn't you? They're scum.