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Subj: Re: How powerful do you rate the Silver Surfer?
Posted: Mon Sep 11, 2017 at 11:57:54 am EDT (Viewed 207 times)
Reply Subj: Re: How powerful do you rate the Silver Surfer?
Posted: Sun Sep 10, 2017 at 10:55:40 pm EDT (Viewed 258 times)

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    On one hand, the Silver Surfer is rightly considered the most powerful Marvel hero. The Power Cosmic lets him do nearly anything required by story. He has a long list of powers that allow easy wins and is sometimes called upon to easily defeat threats no one else can handle.

Very High Level Herald/Low Level Skyfather Level.

    On the other, he sometimes struggles with threats he should have an easy time with. Frequently, he forgets about his powers aside from cosmic blasts. You even have a few rare instances like the infamous brick incident.

Which is the only explanation as to why he usually loses to Thor. If he used even half his powers, he'd easily wipe the floor with Thor. But instead, he fights like a total idiot who forgets how to use his powers.

    Superman (can he energy drain him?)

Idiot Surfer struggles but eventually wins in a good fight. Surfer at full potential wins so quickly, it's not even a fight.

    Wonder Woman

    Martian Manhunter

Any version of Surfer wins against these two.


See Superman

    Blue Marvel

See Superman

    Current Iron Man

Any version of Surfer wins.

Thor pretty much has been shown to be superior to Norrin when they mnatched up, or at least his equal, due to His Hammer and Norris not really being a fighter.

Same reason Diana would be a touch match up for him...

Superman is now as powerful as him, and is more skilled and determined...

IF you get the all potential go SS, only a Thanos level up defeats him, but how often do we really see that?

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