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Stan Lee's SuperHumans is a show that debuted in 2010. Stan Lee's SuperHumans can be watched on the History Channel. Stan Lee travels the world to try to find people who have super human like abilities. Super human by definition is an improved human, or a normal human with unusual abilities. In this show, Lee will seek high and low for the next super human. He is looking for extreme, and over the top abilities to make his show a success.

All of the people that he has come across has had some kind of interesting ability. Some of the abilities are unheard of, and unbelievable. You will see episodes of people with abilities such as, the unbreakable body, controlling sharks, sprinting on all fours, superior eye coordination, human guinea pigs, sword swallowers, human crash test dummy, bodies who can withstand boiling water, telekinetic powers, human stun gun, unbreakable skull, strongest man alive, human calculator, and withstanding electrocution (just to name a few).

Stan Lee's SuperHumans is a factual show. It is based on scientific evaluations of the people who are considered super human. This show reveals the accurate proof of their superhuman ability. The doctors and specialists will put the subject under numerous and vigorous tests, to see if they are in fact, super human. The experts are very careful in obtaining a solution. They want an exact answer that nobody can question or object to. So the subjects can be identified with having these abilities without any mistakes. When they receive conformation that they are super human, it is because they have passed all of the required testing needed to determine if their abilities really do exist. This show is a wealth of information, mystery, and answers. This is a family friendly show. Critics and fans alike, both rave about Stan Lee's SuperHumans.

Thursdays at 10:00 pm et/pt on History Channel
3 Seasons, 31 Episodes - New Series
August 5, 2010
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Stan Lee's SuperHumans Full Episode Guide

  • Daniel encounters four people with totally separate powers...but united they could be the ultimate team of real life superhumans.

  • Stan searches for people with secret abilities that turn them into lethal human weapons!

  • Daniel encounters four real people who claim to have a difference in their physiology, that makes them superhuman!

  • Stan sends Daniel on a quest to find four superhumans with animal-like abilities.

  • Stan sends Daniel to find real life inventors who claim to have built machines that merge man and machine.

  • Stan wants Daniel to find individuals who are fear-proof. Julio Munoz wants to attempt one of the scariest stunts that requires superhuman nerves, and Tyler Bradt kayaks over waterfalls hundreds of feet high.

  • Super-strength is a common theme in most comics, whether a natural-born ability or the result of some misguided scientific experiment. Daniel investigates claims of mind boggling levels of human power.

  • Stan wants Daniel to investigate four people who apparently have superhuman heat tolerance, by performing potentially deadly demonstrations that push the human body to new limits.

  • Stan, having various fictional pain-proof characters in his comics, is stunned to find real people who actually experience no pain. Daniel meets four people who are able to control their pain perception and allow their body to push unimaginable limits.

  • Stan's comic-book character's bodies had physically shocking features and gruesome modifications, enabling them to perform incredible feats see this real life superhuman.

  • The search is on to find more real-life superhumans! First Daniel is in Canada to meet Pat Poviliatis and a man who boasts his hands are tough enough to withstand the deadly jaws of a steel-tooted cougar-trap.

  • A man demonstrates his incredible ability to smash through the rock hard exterior of a coconut with his index finger.

  • Daniel heads to Sardinia and meets free diver Stig Severinson who wants to take breath holding beyond human boundaries. He says he wants to hold his breath for over 20 minutes!

  • A man claims he can reach amazing speeds with a turbo powered rocket backpack and skates.

  • Daniel puts self-proclaimed beast masters to the test.

  • In a temple in Kuala Lumpur, Shaolin monk Hu Qiong demonstrates his unbreakable body by smashing steel on his head, and spears in his throat.

  • At high altitude, low oxygen causes hypoxia, altitude sickness and very quickly, death. But Ang Rita Sherpa claims he's climbed Everest 10 times with no extra oxygen. Daniel takes him to a leading Altitude Research facility to witness the effects of altitude in a hyperbaric chamber. It's said spider-silk is the strongest material on earth. And Randy Lewis says he has found a way to copy it--by breeding a herd of goats with spider DNA, creating a goat that can produce spider-silk in its milk? Stan wants Daniel to find out if this could be the first step to a real life Spiderman. It's rumored Tori Allen can climb Like Spiderman, but in fact it seems she was brought up with monkeys and has actually mastered many of their climbing tricks. Stan Lee created Rocket Racer, a super-powered skateboarding nemesis for Spiderman. But Bob Burnquist is said to perform jumps on his skateboard that have made Stan's comic books a reality.

  • Daniel Browning Smith is in Vegas to meet Brian Jackson who blows up a hot water bottle until it explodes. Daniel takes Brian to a lung specialist to measure the power output and pressure of his lungs. Lu Deyuan's extraordinary, traffic-stopping superhuman ability is eye watering! Daniel meets Lu in a Kuala Lumpur dockyard where he's hanging steel bars from his eyelids. Lu says he feels no pain and doesn't suffer from any injuries. Could Anthony Kelly have the fastest reflexes in the world? Daniel meets him catching tennis balls at 80mph, and use a high speed camera to capture his technique. At a Detroit Dojo, Daniel meets Japanese Nunchuck Master Hiroki deadly in the martial art of nunchaku combat. Cindi Bir and Daniel test his ability by challenging his accuracy with a baseball pitching cannon.

  • A man who can take enormous blows.

  • Mike Rutzen, who swims with sharks without the use of cage; a man who breaks baseball bats with a single kick; and a man who sprints on all fours.

  • In his quest to find people with real superpowers, Daniel Browning Smith meets some extraordinary individuals including the man with the strongest neck on earth.

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