Science Fiction

Science Fiction

Description
Description

Science fiction is a genre of literature, film, and other media that explores imaginative concepts based on science and technology. It often delves into future settings, space exploration, time travel, parallel universes, and extraterrestrial life. Unlike fantasy, science fiction typically stems from current or hypothetical scientific principles and discoveries. The genre allows for the exploration of complex ideas and theories in an accessible and entertaining format. It often addresses moral and philosophical questions about humanity's role in the universe and the impact of technological advancements.

Science fiction can serve as a mirror to current societal issues, offering a speculative view of the future and its potential challenges and opportunities. This genre plays a vital role in inspiring innovation, fostering scientific curiosity, and provoking thought about what the future might hold.

History
History

Science fiction began to take shape as a distinct genre in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, though its roots trace back to earlier works that speculated on the future and science. Early pioneers like Jules Verne and H.G. Wells explored themes of space travel, time travel, and technological innovation. The genre expanded significantly in the mid-20th century, with authors like Isaac Asimov and Arthur C. Clarke delving into complex futuristic and space-related themes.

The post-war era saw a surge in science fiction literature, movies, and television shows, reflecting the era's fascination with space exploration and the rapid advancement of technology. Science fiction became a platform for exploring philosophical and ethical dilemmas associated with scientific progress, often serving as a commentary on contemporary societal issues.

Future
Future

The future of science fiction is likely to see further blending with reality as technological advancements continue to inspire writers and filmmakers. Augmented and virtual reality could offer new platforms for science fiction storytelling, creating more immersive experiences. The genre might explore emerging fields like artificial intelligence, biotechnology, and climate science, reflecting contemporary scientific and ethical questions.

There's a growing trend towards diverse representation in science fiction, including different cultures, identities, and perspectives, enriching the genre. Environmental and societal issues are expected to feature prominently, with science fiction providing a speculative lens to examine potential futures. This suggests an evolving role for science fiction in imagining and critiquing the trajectory of human progress and challenges.

Common Questions
Common Questions
What is a science fiction story?

A science fiction story typically involves the science and technology of the future. Science fiction stories mix the principles of science and science theories. A science fiction story is generally believable, but ventures onto the fantasy genre. Stories often create situations from present day and the past. They also include human elements and explains scientific developments that could affect human society in the future.

What is the difference between science fiction and fantasy?

Science fiction deals with scenarios and technology that are possible or may be possibly based on science. Fantasy on the other hand is an older genre than science fiction and deals with themes that are not plausible in real life. Both science fiction and fantasy require rules just because fantasy is not based on scientific facts doesn’t mean that anything is possible and can do anything.

Who invented science fiction?

The invention of science fiction can be attributed to Mary Shelley. She invented the genre when she wrote Frankenstein and The Modern Prometheus in 1818. Mary Shelley was only 19 years old at the time and was ahead of her time. Frankenstein was originally published anonymously with a preface by Percy Shelly. The second edition was later republished in 1822 with Mary Shelley taking credit for her work.

Pop Culture

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6’1” | 1.85 m
December 25, 2005
10th Doctor
185.000
2005.00
17000
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10th Doctor
6’0” | 1.83 m
April 3, 2010
11th Doctor
183.000
2010.00
13300
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11th Doctor
6’0” | 1.83 m
August 23, 2014
12th Doctor
183.000
2014.00
11300
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12th Doctor
5’6” | 1.68 m
October 7, 2018
13th Doctor
168.000
2018.00
17800
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13th Doctor
5’8” | 1.73 m
November 23, 1963
1st Doctor
173.000
1963.00
5600
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3D
1st Doctor
6’3” | 1.91 m
December 28, 1974
4th Doctor
191.000
1974.00
8000
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3D
4th Doctor
6’0” | 1.83 m
March 26, 2005
9th Doctor
183.000
2005.00
10700
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3D
9th Doctor
5'11" | 1.81 m
1983 (Episode VI: Return of the Jedi)
Admiral Ackbar
181.000
1983.00
38000
GUIDE
3D
Admiral Ackbar
6’2” | 1.88 m
The Matrix (1999)
Agent Smith
188.000
1999.00
21000
GUIDE
3D
Agent Smith
5’9”–6’2” | 1.75-1.88 m
The Matrix (1999)
Agents
188.000
1999.00
950
GUIDE
3D
Agents
5’7” | 1.70 m
2020 (The Mandalorian: Season 2)
Ahsoka Tano
170.000
2020.00
158000
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3D
Ahsoka Tano
6’5” | 1.96 m
July 26, 1894
Aldous Huxley
196.000
1894.00
50000
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Aldous Huxley
5’11” | 1.80 m
2010
Amy Pond
180.000
2010.00
15000
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3D
Amy Pond
6’0” | 1.83 m
1999 (Episode I: The Phantom Menace)
Anakin Skywalker
183.000
1999.00
93000
GUIDE
3D
Anakin Skywalker
Ant Man
137000
5’10” | 1.78 m (Variable)
Tales to Astonish #35 (September 1962)
Ant Man
178.000
1962.00
137000
GUIDE
3D
Ant Man
BB-8
53000
26.5” | 67 cm
2015 (Episode VII: The Force Awakens)
BB-8
67.000
2015.00
53000
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3D
BB-8
10.25” | .26 m
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017)
Baby Groot
26.000
2017.00
130000
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3D
Baby Groot
16” | 40.5 cm
2019 (The Mandalorian)
Baby Yoda | Grogu
40.500
2019.00
122000
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3D
Baby Yoda | Grogu
Bantha
1200
6’7”-9’10” | 2-3 m
1977 (Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope)
Bantha
300.000
1977.00
1200
GUIDE
3D
Bantha
6’4” | 1.93 m
1999 (Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace)
Battle Droid
193.000
1999.00
2500
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3D
Battle Droid
7’2” | 2.18 m
Alien (1979)
Big Chap
218.000
1979.00
450
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3D
Big Chap
6’0" | 1.83 m
Fantastic Four #52 (July, 1966)
Black Panther
183.000
1966.00
2300000
GUIDE
3D
Black Panther
5’5” | 1.64 m
Tales of Suspense #52 (April, 1964)
Black Widow
164.000
1964.00
238000
GUIDE
3D
Black Widow
Boba Fett
128000
6’0” | 1.83 m
1980 (Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back)
Boba Fett
183.000
1980.00
128000
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3D
Boba Fett
7’ | 2.13 m
Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
Bride of Frankenstein
213.000
1935.00
40000
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3D
Bride of Frankenstein
C-3PO
60000
5’9” | 1.75 m
1977 (Episode IV: A New Hope)
C-3PO
175.000
1977.00
60000
GUIDE
3D
C-3PO
6’1” | 1.85 m
Captain America Comics #1 (March, 1941)
Captain America
185.000
1941.00
422000
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3D
Captain America
5’7” | 1.70 m
Marvel Super-Heroes #13 (March, 1968)
Captain Marvel
170.000
1968.00
1900000
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3D
Captain Marvel
6’7” | 2.01 m
2015 (Episode VII: The Force Awakens)
Captain Phasma
201.000
2015.00
46000
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3D
Captain Phasma
5’10” | 1.78 m
2016 (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story)
Cassian Andor
178.000
2016.00
37000
GUIDE
3D
Cassian Andor
10” | 25.4 cm (Upright)
3’6” | 106.7 cm
Alien (1979)
Chestbursters
24.400
106.700
1979.00
5900
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3D
Chestbursters
Chewbacca
109000
7’6” | 2.29 m
1977 (Episode IV: A New Hope)
Chewbacca
229.000
1977.00
109000
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3D
Chewbacca
5′11″ | 1.80 m
July 30, 1970
Christopher Nolan
180.000
1970.00
154000
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3D
Christopher Nolan
5’2" | 1.57 m
2012
Clara Oswald
157.000
2012.00
9700
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3D
Clara Oswald
6’5” | 1.96 m
2002 (Episode II: Attack of the Clones)
Count Dooku
196.000
2002.00
42000
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3D
Count Dooku
5’6”-7’ | 1.68-2.13 m
1966
Cybermen
213.000
1966.00
8800
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3D
Cybermen
Daleks
33000
5’-6’6” | 1.52-1.98 m
1963
Daleks
198.000
1963.00
33000
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3D
Daleks
5’10” | 1.78 m
1999 (Episode I: The Phantom Menace)
Darth Maul
178.000
1999.00
133000
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3D
Darth Maul
6’8” | 2.03 m
1977 (Episode IV: A New Hope)
Darth Vader
203.000
1977.00
215000
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3D
Darth Vader
Data
23000
5’11” | 1.80 m
Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987)
Data
180.000
1987.00
23000
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3D
Data
6’0” | 1.83 m
Prometheus (2012)
David 8
183.000
2012.00
450
GUIDE
3D
David 8
8’–10’ | 2.44–3.05 m (Upright)
Prometheus (2012)
Deacons
305.000
2012.00
1500
GUIDE
3D
Deacons
5’3” | 1.60 m
Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987)
Deanna Troi
160.000
1987.00
39000
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3D
Deanna Troi
26”-32” | 66-80 cm
45”-54” | 114-137 cm
Demodog
80.000
137.000
4700
GUIDE
3D
Demodog
6’-10’ | 1.83-3.05 m
Demogorgon
305.000
116000
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3D
Demogorgon
6’0” | 1.83 m
1999 (Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace)
Destroyer Droid
183.000
1999.00
1160
GUIDE
3D
Destroyer Droid
6’1” | 1.85 m
Back to the Future (1985)
Doc Brown
185.000
1985.00
25700
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Doc Brown
5’9” | 1.75 m
Watchmen (2009)
Doctor Manhattan
175.000
2009.00
18000
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Doctor Manhattan
Drax
17000
6’3” | 1.91 m
The Invincible Iron Man #55 (February 1973)
Drax
191.000
1973.00
17000
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Drax
6’3” | 1.91 m
2018 (Solo: A Star Wars Story)
Dryden Vos
191.000
2018.00
9800
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3D
Dryden Vos
5’10” | 1.78 m
Alien (1979)
Ellen Ripley
178.000
1979.00
14000
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3D
Ellen Ripley
5’10” | 1.78 m
1980 (Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back)
Emperor Palpatine
178.000
1980.00
107000
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3D
Emperor Palpatine
8’-9’ | 2.44–2.74 m
Alien (1979)
Engineers
274.000
1979.00
1500
GUIDE
3D
Engineers
Ewok
70000
3’-4’ | .91-1.22 m (Varies)
1983 (Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi)
Ewok
122.000
1983.00
70000
GUIDE
3D
Ewok
2’9” | 83.8 cm (Upright)
2’4” | 71.1 cm
4’11” | 149.8 cm
Alien (1979)
Facehuggers
83.800
71.100
149.800
1979.00
31000
GUIDE
3D
Facehuggers
Finn
40000
5’10” | 1.78 m
2015 (Episode VII: The Force Awakens)
Finn
178.000
2015.00
40000
GUIDE
3D
Finn
8’ | 2.4 m (novel)
Frankenstein (novel, 1818), Frankenstein (film, 1931)
Frankenstein’s Monster
240.000
1818.00
211000
GUIDE
3D
Frankenstein’s Monster
Furiosa
11000
5’10” | 1.78 m
Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)
Furiosa
178.000
2015.00
11000
GUIDE
3D
Furiosa
Gamora
91000
5'7" | 1.70 m
Strange Tales #180 (June 1975)
Gamora
170.000
1975.00
91000
GUIDE
3D
Gamora
6’1” | 1.85 m
2015 (Episode VII: The Force Awakens)
General Armitage Hux
185.000
2015.00
27000
GUIDE
3D
General Armitage Hux
7’1” | 2.16 m
2005 (Episode III: Revenge of the Sith)
General Grievous
216.000
2005.00
77000
GUIDE
3D
General Grievous
5’3”-5’11” | 1.6-1.8 m (Varies)
2002 (Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones)
Geonosian Warrior
180.000
2002.00
1400
GUIDE
3D
Geonosian Warrior
5’7” | 1.70 m
Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987)
Geordi La Forge
170.000
1987.00
13000
GUIDE
3D
Geordi La Forge
5′6″ | 1.68 m
May 14, 1944
George Lucas
168.000
1944.00
158000
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3D
George Lucas
6’2” | 1.88 m
June 25, 1903
George Orwell
188.000
1903.00
111000
GUIDE
3D
George Orwell
Ghost
1600
5’6” | 1.68 m
Iron Man #219 (June 1987)
Ghost
168.000
1987.00
1600
GUIDE
3D
Ghost
Gort
9700
8’ | 2.4 m
The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951)
Gort
240.000
1951.00
9700
GUIDE
3D
Gort
6’0” | 1.83 m
1977 (Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope)
Grand Moff Tarkin
183.000
1977.00
22000
GUIDE
3D
Grand Moff Tarkin
Greedo
21000
6’0” | 1.83 m
1977 (Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope)
Greedo
183.000
1977.00
21000
GUIDE
3D
Greedo
Groot
97000
7’10” | 2.39 m (Variable)
Tales to Astonish #13 (November 1960)
Groot
239.000
1960.00
97000
GUIDE
3D
Groot
6’3” | 1.91 m
October 28, 1978
Gwendoline Christie
191.000
1978.00
237000
GUIDE
3D
Gwendoline Christie
5’5” | 1.65 m
September 21, 1866
H. G. Wells
165.000
1866.00
36400
GUIDE
3D
H. G. Wells
2’–3’ | 61–91.4 cm (Upright)
4’–5’ | 1.22–1.52 m
Prometheus (2012)
Hammerpedes
91.400
152.000
2012.00
350
GUIDE
3D
Hammerpedes
Han Solo
149000
6’1” | 1.85 m
1977 (Episode IV: A New Hope)
Han Solo
185.000
1977.00
149000
GUIDE
3D
Han Solo
Hawkeye
92000
5’8” | 1.73 m
Tales of Suspense #57 (September, 1964)
Hawkeye
173.000
1964.00
92000
GUIDE
3D
Hawkeye
Hulk
184000
8'2" | 2.5 m
Incredible Hulk #1 (May, 1962)
Hulk
250.000
1962.00
184000
GUIDE
3D
Hulk
Igor
47000
5’7” | 1.70 m
Frankenstein (1931), Young Frankenstein (1974)
Igor
170.000
1931.00
47000
GUIDE
3D
Igor
6’0” | 1.83 m
1983 (Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi)
Imperial Royal Guard
183.000
1983.00
12300
GUIDE
3D
Imperial Royal Guard
5’7” | 1.70 m
The Invisible Man (novel, 1897), The Invisible Man (film, 1933)
Invisible Man
170.000
1897.00
42000
GUIDE
3D
Invisible Man
Iron Man
383000
6’1” | 1.85 m
Tales of Suspense #39 (March, 1963)
Iron Man
185.000
1963.00
383000
GUIDE
3D
Iron Man
5’9” | 1.75 m
January 2, 1920
Isaac Asimov
175.000
1920.00
65000
GUIDE
3D
Isaac Asimov
5’9" | 1.75 m
12’9” | 3.9 m
1983 (Episode VI: Return of the Jedi)
Jabba the Hutt
175.000
390.000
1983.00
86000
GUIDE
3D
Jabba the Hutt
5’10” | 1.78 m
Star Trek: The Original Series (1966)
James T. Kirk
178.000
1966.00
55300
GUIDE
3D
James T. Kirk
6’0” | 1.83 m
2002 (Episode II: Attack of the Clones)
Jango Fett
183.000
2002.00
41000
GUIDE
3D
Jango Fett
6’5” | 1.96 m
1999 (Episode I: The Phantom Menace)
Jar Jar Binks
196.000
1999.00
80000
GUIDE
3D
Jar Jar Binks
6’4” | 1.93 m
July 19, 1982
Jared Padalecki
193.000
1982.00
210000
GUIDE
3D
Jared Padalecki
Jawa
17000
3’3”-4’7” | 1-1.4 m (Varies)
1977 (Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope)
Jawa
140.000
1977.00
17000
GUIDE
3D
Jawa
5’10” | 1.78 m
Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987)
Jean-Luc Picard
178.000
1987.00
26300
GUIDE
3D
Jean-Luc Picard
5’9” | 1.75 m
August 15, 1990
Jennifer Lawrence
175.000
1990.00
952000
GUIDE
3D
Jennifer Lawrence
5’5” | 1.65 m
February 8, 1828
Jules Verne
165.000
1828.00
40000
GUIDE
3D
Jules Verne
5’3” | 1.60 m
2016 (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story)
Jyn Erso
160.000
2016.00
45000
GUIDE
3D
Jyn Erso
5’9” | 1.75 m
The Hunger Games (2012)
Katniss Everdeen
175.000
2012.00
37000
GUIDE
3D
Katniss Everdeen
6’0” | 1.83 m
Star Trek: The Original Series (1967)
Khan Noonien Singh
183.000
1967.00
10000
GUIDE
3D
Khan Noonien Singh
6’0" | 1.83 m
Jungle Action #6 (September 1973)
Killmonger
183.000
1973.00
44000
GUIDE
3D
Killmonger
Korg
36000
7’7” | 2.31 m
Journey into Mystery #83 (1962)
Korg
231.000
1962.00
36000
GUIDE
3D
Korg
Kylo Ren
223000
6’3” | 1.90 m
2015 (Episode VII: The Force Awakens)
Kylo Ren
190.000
2015.00
223000
GUIDE
3D
Kylo Ren
L3-37
5500
5’10” | 1.79 m
2018 (Solo: A Star Wars Story)
L3-37
179.000
2018.00
5500
GUIDE
3D
L3-37
6’0” | 1.83 m
1980 (Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back)
Lando Calrissian
183.000
1980.00
60000
GUIDE
3D
Lando Calrissian
Leeloo
82000
5’9” | 1.75 m
The Fifth Element (1997)
Leeloo
175.000
1997.00
82000
GUIDE
3D
Leeloo
5’9” | 1.75 m
1977 (Episode IV: A New Hope)
Luke Skywalker
175.000
1977.00
133000
GUIDE
3D
Luke Skywalker
Black Widow
Illustrations of Black Widow standing and walking with height measured

Black Widow, real name Natasha Romanoff, is a trained female secret agent and superhero that appears in Marvel Comics. Associated with the superhero teams S.H.I.E.L.D. and the Avengers, Black Widow makes up for her lack of superpowers with world class training as an athlete, acrobat, and expert martial artist and weapon specialist. Black Widow was introduced by Marvel in Tales of Suspense #52 in April, 1964.

Black Widow has a height of 5’5” (1.64 m) in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and 5’7” (1.70 m) in the comics.

Drawings of Black Widow engaged in battle with jumping and crouching postures
Black Widow, real name Natasha Romanoff, is a female secret agent and superhero that appears in Marvel Comics. Associated with the superhero teams S.H.I.E.L.D. and the Avengers, Black Widow makes up for her lack of superpowers with world class training as an athlete, acrobat, and martial artist.

Black Widow has a height of 5’5” (1.64 m) in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and 5’7” (1.70 m) in the comics.

Drawings of Black Widow engaged in battle with jumping and crouching postures
Black Widow
Height:
5’5” | 1.64 m
Width:
Length:
Depth:
Height (Comics)
5’7” | 1.70 m
Weight:
Area:

Portrayed by (MCU): Scarlett Johansson

Powers
Secret agent; hand-to-hand combat specialist; slowed aging; master marksman and weapon specialist
Real Name
Natasha Romanoff
First Appearance
Tales of Suspense #52 (April, 1964)

Drawings include:
Black Widow standing (batons), walking (front), jumping (fighting), crouched

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Pepper Potts | Rescue
Set of drawings comparing the height of Pepper Potts to other MCU characters

Pepper Potts also known as Virginia Potts is a fictional CEO of Stark Industries, ally to the Avengers, and Tony Stark’s significant other in Iron Man, The Avengers and the extended Marvel franchise. Originally Tony’s assistant, she rises through the ranks to CEO as she proves herself more than knowledgeable enough to run the company. Her and Tony slowly fall in love and have a daughter named Morgan. Usually without physical powers (though brilliant at problem solving), she dons a powered suit to give her the same abilities as Iron Man in the final battle against Thanos.

Pepper Potts is portrayed by Gwyneth Paltrow in the MCU with a height of 5’9” (1.75 m). The comic book height of Pepper Potts is 5’4” (1.63 m).

Dimensioned elevation drawings of Pepper Potts in assorted poses
Pepper Potts also known as Virginia Potts is a fictional CEO of Stark Industries, ally to the Avengers, and Tony Stark’s significant other in Iron Man, The Avengers and the extended Marvel franchise. Originally Tony’s assistant, she rises through the ranks to CEO as she proves herself.

Pepper Potts is portrayed by Gwyneth Paltrow in the MCU with a height of 5’9” (1.75 m). The comic book height of Pepper Potts is 5’4” (1.63 m).

Dimensioned elevation drawings of Pepper Potts in assorted poses
Pepper Potts | Rescue
Height:
5’9” | 1.75 m
Width:
Length:
Depth:
Height (Comics)
5’4” | 1.63 m
Weight:
Area:

Portrayed by (MCU): Gwyneth Paltrow

Powers
Rescue (Iron Man armor); flight; energy projection
Real Name
Virginia Potts
First Appearance
Tales of Suspense #45 (September 1963)

Drawings include:
Pepper Potts front elevation (assorted), side, fighting

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Khan Noonien Singh
Scaled height comparison illustrations of Khan Noonien Singh in relation to other Star Trek characters

Khan Noonien Singh (Star Trek) first appeared in 1967 in the Star Trek film "Space Speed" as an antagonist. His last appearance was in the 2013 Star Trek film Into Darkness. Ricardo Montalbán and Benedict Cumberbatch portrayed the fictional character. In most films, Khan has been depicted to be mentally and physically superior to humans. Thus, regard as a highly intelligent and dangerous superhuman. Khan Noonien Singh has received favor among critics who agreed that he is the best and greatest enemy in all the Star Trek films. Khan is also the greatest villain outside Star Trek, appearing in novels and comic materials.

Khan Noonien Singh is portrayed by Ricardo Montalbán with a height of 6’0” (1.83 m).

Set of dimensioned drawings of Khan Noonien Singh labeled with overall height
Khan Noonien Singh (Star Trek) first appeared in 1967 in the Star Trek film "Space Speed" as an antagonist. His last appearance was in the 2013 Star Trek film Into Darkness. Ricardo Montalbán and Benedict Cumberbatch portrayed the fictional character. In most films, Khan is depicted as superior.

Khan Noonien Singh is portrayed by Ricardo Montalbán with a height of 6’0” (1.83 m).

Set of dimensioned drawings of Khan Noonien Singh labeled with overall height
Khan Noonien Singh
Height:
6’0” | 1.83 m
Width:
Length:
Depth:
Weight:
Area:

Species: Human

Actor
Ricardo Montalbán
First Appearance
Star Trek: The Original Series (1967)

Drawings include:
Khan Noonien Singh elevations (assorted)

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R2-D2
Front and side elevation drawings of R2-D2 measuring overall height

R2-D2 is a fictional droid and sassy messenger of the Skywalker family in the Star Wars movies and their extended franchise. Though he can understand English, he only speaks in beeps and chirps, usually relying on C-3PO to translate for the rest of the team. He is a skilled astromech droid and fantastic pilot’s assistant. His successful delivery of various messages, such as Princess Leia’s message to Obi-Wan Kenobi, is critical to the success of the resistance. R2-D2 and C-3PO are the only characters to appear in all the films in the original, prequel, and sequel trilogies.

R2-D2, operated by Kenny Baker in Star Wars, is 3 foot 7 inches (1.09 m) tall.

R2-D2 is a fictional droid and sassy messenger of the Skywalker family in the Star Wars movies and their extended franchise. Though he can understand English, R2 speaks in beeps and chirps, usually relying on C-3PO to translate for the rest of the team. He is a skilled astromech droid and assistant.

R2-D2, operated by Kenny Baker in Star Wars, is 3 foot 7 inches (1.09 m) tall.

R2-D2
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3’7” | 1.09 m
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Species: Astromech droid
Homeworld:
Naboo
Affiliation: Rebel Alliance

Actor
Kenny Baker
First Appearance
1977 (Episode IV: A New Hope)

Drawings include:
R2-D2 front elevation, side

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Superman (Henry Cavill)
Height comparison diagram of Superman (Henry Cavill) compared to related DC Comics characters

Superman, also known as Clark Kent (adoptive name) or Kal-El (birth name), is a fictional Kryptonian superhero in the DC Comics universe. He was played by Henry Cavill in the 2013 film Man of Steel and the subsequent series. As in prior adaptations, Henry Cavill’s Superman has invincibility, heat vision, flight, super strength, invincibility, freeze breath, x-ray vision, super hearing, and a weakness to Kryptonite.

Whereas earlier versions focus on Superman as a human with superpowers, Man of Steel dives into Clark Kent’s Kryptonian past, with Zod, a friend of his birth father, as the main villain.

Superman, portrayed by Henry Cavill in Man of Steel (2013), has a height of 6’1" | 1.85 m.

Series of elevation drawings of Superman (Henry Cavill) in multiple poses and measured with overall height
Superman, also known as Clark Kent (adoptive name) or Kal-El (birth name), is a fictional Kryptonian superhero in the DC Comics universe. He was played by Henry Cavill in the 2013 film Man of Steel and the subsequent series. Man of Steel dives into Clark Kent’s Kryptonian past.

Superman, portrayed by Henry Cavill in Man of Steel (2013), has a height of 6’1" | 1.85 m.

Series of elevation drawings of Superman (Henry Cavill) in multiple poses and measured with overall height
Superman (Henry Cavill)
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6’1" | 1.85 m
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Actor
Henry Cavill
First Appearance
Man of Steel (2013)

Drawings include:
Superman (Henry Cavill) front, side, crouching, flying (front), flying (side), flying (fighting)

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