For several decades Mister Polka-Dot faded into obscurity, although he briefly reappeared in the files of Batman's Bureau of Missing Villains. Batman Family 15, January It was later revealed that he'd obtained minor celebrity status as a result of his peculiar gimmicks. The Gotham media continued to follow Krill's life and he may have been featured as a guest on several local talk shows. When the city was threatened by more sophisticated, lethal supervillains such as the Joker public interest dried up and Mister Polka-Dot was seen hanging up his costume, seemingly for good.
Krill was finally driven to crime once more when he found himself unemployed, penniless, and desperate to pay his bills. No longer able to afford his original electronically gimmicked costume, he instead resorted to using a baseball bat in a poorly thought-out attempt to rob a jewelry store, grumbling in response to the ridicule he received that "I'm not specked! I'm the Polka-Dot Man. The assault put the Polka-Dot Man in traction. He lodged a formal complaint against the GCPD for excessive force, which resulted in Bullock being forced to undergo a psychiatric evaluation.
Following his recovery, Krill became a committed alcoholic who spent more time drinking himself into a stupor in sleazy bars than troubling Batman. Batgirl: Year one 5, June The fact that Robin had tracked him down with a leopard became something of a running joke among other villains. Final Crisis Aftermath: Run! As Nightwing , Dick Grayson encountered the Polka-Dot Man a second time when he trashed My Alibi , a bar known for underworld regulars who vouched for each other's whereabouts when they were off committing crimes.
Nightwing pitched Krill through a window display and into the street, where he was picked up by the police. Nightwing , April After Batman's disappearance during the Final Crisis , the Polka-Dot Man joined a gang of costumed misfits led by Immortus , whom he quickly latched onto as a mentor. Other members of the organization also included Professor Milo and the Condiment King. Product details For ages Format Hardback 14 pages Dimensions He lives in Auburn, California, with his wife and two daughters. Rating details. Book ratings by Goodreads. Goodreads is the world's largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews.
We're featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book. Close X. Can you put the fish in the bowl? Try this. Stare at the yellow stripe in the middle of the fish in the picture below for about sec.
Then move your gaze to the fish bowl. You should see a fish of a different color in the bowl. It helps if you keep your head still and blink once or twice after you move your eyes to the bowl. The afterimage will last about five seconds. What's Happening: in the retina of your eyes , there are three types of color receptors cones that are most sensitive to either red, blue or green.
When you stare at a particular color for too long, these receptors get "tired" or "fatigued. Therefore, the information from all of the different color receptors is not in balance.
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Therefore, you see the color "afterimages. Do the lines on the right side of the image look straight? Are they really straight? The Wundt Illusion. Which arc is larger? You might see that the top one is smaller, but they are the same size. The top one looks smaller because the shorter arc of the top figure is next to the large arc of the bottom figure. Is this book opening toward you or away from you? To tee or not to tee This inverted "T" has two lines You bet they are I copied one line and pasted it on the bottom of the first line.
Measure them yourself. Which arc comes from the circle with the largest diameter?
It probably looks like arc C is part of the largest circle. However, all the arcs are actually from the SAME circle. Look at the same figure again - however, this time I have blocked the right and left sides of the larger two arcs. Each arc comes from a circle of identical size. Subjective Contours: Filling the gap. Your brain tries to fill in these four pictures with images that really are not there. Do you see a: Cube?
Baldwin Effect: The distance between the two large boxes is the same as the distance between the two small boxes. For many people, the distance between the small boxes appears larger. For pages of more illusions with their physiological explanations, see: SandlotScience. Escher who is known for his drawings of illusions and impossible figures. Movement Illusion: these two dimensional objects produce the illusion of movement.
Look at the center of these images to see the circles of images rotate. Find out with this interactive picture.
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You must have a browser that supports "JAVA scripts". Let's find out. Put equal amounts of water into 5 to 10 different containers paper cups, drinking glasses, yogurt containers all work well. Put two drops of food coloring into the next container, 3 drops of food coloring into the next container and so on. Label the cups with a secret code so you know how many drops of food coloring went into each cup.
Questions and Comparisons Have students arrange the colors from lightest to darkest. Keep track of where mistakes are made. Try different colors of food coloring. Start with more or less water in the container to make it more or less difficult to tell the colors apart. X-Ray Vision??
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Grades Do you have "X-Ray Vision? Roll up a piece of notebook paper into a tube. The diameter of the tube should be about 0. Hold up your left hand in front of you. Hold the tube right next to the bottom of your left "pointer" finger in between you thumb see figure below. What you should see is a hole in your left hand!!
Because your brain is getting two different images Materials: Notebook paper.
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It is actually easier to see a dim star at night by looking a bit off to the side of it. Try it! This is because the two types of photoreceptors rods and cones in the retina perform different functions and are located in the retina in different locations. The cones, which are best for detail and color vision, are in highest concentration in the center of the retina. The rods, which work better in dim light, are in highest concentration in the sides of the retina. So if you look "off-center" at the star, its image will fall on an area of the retina that has more rods!
Materials: None. Color Cards Grades K-3 Here is a fun way to introduce and explore the sense of vision. Get a variety of sample "color cards" from your local paint store. These cards are about the size of index cards and show the variety of paint that is available.
Bring them back to class and have students match up similar colors. You can also use samples of gift wrap or wall paper to make color or pattern cards. Just glue the wrap or wall paper to a piece of card board to get yourself a "Color Card. Divide players into teams. Write the words "blue", "red", "yellow", "orange" and "green" on separate pieces of paper. Have one member of each team pick a paper.
The color picked will be the name of the team. When someone says "Go," the teams will have 10 minutes to look around the room for objects that have their team's color. Teams must make a list of all the objects they find.