Parents' Guide to

Stan Lee's Superhumans

By Will Wade, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 12+

Average people show off special "powers" in reality series.

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Smith is both likable and impressive, able to twist his body into nearly any position. That makes him an enjoyable travel companion for this journey to the edge of human abilities. The people he meets truly impressive -- seemingly average folks who harbor a special secret. It's sometimes not clear how they developed these skills, and the show doesn't always explain it (of course, the origins of many comic heroes are shrouded in mystery, too), but they're fascinating to watch.

Comic legend Stan Lee also appears from time to time, and for a man who gave the world some of its most enduring superheroes, he's duly impressed with these real-life talents. Younger comic fans will no doubt be amazed to see superpowers make the leap from the page to the real world.

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