A note on the letters page of The Amazing Spider-Man #125 states: “It saddens us to say that the whiplash effect she underwent when Spidey’s webbing stopped her so suddenly was, in fact, what killed her. ” The comic book Civil War: Casualties of War: Captain America/Iron Man (2007) concurred that the proximate cause of death was the sudden stop during a high-speed fall. An issue of Peter Parker/Spider-Man revisits the issue, and further confirms Gwen died of a broken neck due to the use of the webbing. [volume & issue needed] On the other hand, in the 1987 edition of the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe, Gwen’s death is attributed to the fall, not to Spider-Man’s webbing. This is still technically true – if she hadn’t fallen from the bridge, the event that caused her death couldn’t have happened. In his book The Physics of Superheroes, physicist James Kakalios confirms that, consistent with Newton’s laws of motion, the sudden stop would have killed Gwen Stacy.

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A well-categorized coloring site is a great resource for teachers and parents, as well as for kids themselves. And the best sites have preformatted the pictures for easy printing. My favorite coloring site features two different kinds of coloring. First, there's the click-to-color pages, where very young children click on the color they want, then click on the part of the picture where they want to apply the color. This site features some 140 animals images that can be colored in this manner.

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