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Vangrab

Member Since: Wed May 24, 2017
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zvelf

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Subj: Silver Surfer is definitely not more powerful than Q-bands, actually it's the other way around....
Posted: Wed Sep 13, 2017 at 01:46:28 am EDT (Viewed 73 times)
Reply Subj: Re: How powerful do you rate the Silver Surfer?
Posted: Mon Sep 11, 2017 at 08:37:14 pm EDT (Viewed 126 times)



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      Actually Surfer said he knew Gladiator had a radiation weakness and could use it to beat him. But in actual practice when he fought Krosakis with Gladiator's powers, he used only energy blasts.



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    Okay, so Surfer can just generate Kryptonite to beat Superman. It's an even easier win then.



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      Surfer has been shown inferior to Quasar twice in energy manipulation. Once against Dampyre who defeated Surfer by draining him and then Quasar overloaded him in the very next issue. Second time was against Ego in Maximum Security where Surfer nearly died trying to absorb Ego's energy but Quasar absorbed all of Ego's power.



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    I haven't read those issues, but in a direct head-to-head matchup with Quasar, Surfer first claims to be more powerful than the Quantum-Bands and then Quasar can't even energy drain the Surfer to a degree sufficient for the Surfer to even notice.


Actually one thing is what SS said and it's completely other thing what it was actually shown, the fact is that Q-bands can truly absorb truly infinite amounts of energy, something that SS cannot do. Plus Q-bands can generate any amount of energy to fire it on any opponent in a split second to destroy him/her, again this is something that SS can never do-meaning if he stops holding back Quasar could easily defeat any opponent no matter how tough or powerf he/SHE IS.





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