Moises Vazquez, a Mexico City science professor, was reading comics one day and came across a panel of a Spider-Man comic in which the friendly neighborhood web-slinger worked as a substitute teacher while wearing his costume. Inspired, Vazquez decided to do the same thing — he suits up during all of his classes, and at the university where he works, he's now known as "The Spider-Man of Science." And like a true hero, he's not in it for the fame. He just wanted to build a deeper connection with his students through unconventional means. Mission accomplished.