A cartoon about how to make super humans? Super smart? It was a cartoon.
You are probably thinking of the book trailer from Epiphio Studios, AMPED. Written by Daniel H. Wilson, Amped is another tale in a proud tradition of naturally or artificially created superhumans that has been popular ever since Marvel Comics CAPTAIN AMERICA and X-MEN, and is currently enjoying a resurge through TV shows like HEROES, MISFITS, and ALPHAS.
News on AMPED
The First 3 Chapters from Daniel H. Wilson's Thrilling New Novel Amped
Continued at io9.
Amped: A Sci-Fi Novel Asks Whether "Transhumans" Would Still Be Human
What if the debate over enhancement technology that made some people "better than human" went from just one man to a whole population? That's the premise of the latest sci-fi novel from roboticist (and Future Tense contributor) Daniel H. Wilson.
Continued at Slate.
An Interview with Daniel H. Wilson, Author, 'Amped'
In Amped, people are implanted with a device that makes them capable of superhuman feats. The powerful technology has profound consequences for society, and soon a set of laws is passed that restricts the abilities—and rights—of "amplified" humans. On the day that the Supreme Court passes the first of these laws, twenty-nine-year-old Owen Gray joins the ranks of a new persecuted underclass known as "amps." Owen is forced to go on the run, desperate to reach an outpost in Oklahoma where, it is rumored, a group of the most enhanced amps may be about to change the world—or destroy it.
Continued at Suvudu.
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