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motifian

Member Since: Sat Jun 10, 2017
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zvelf

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Subj: Re: Should probably not extrapolate too much from that!
Posted: Fri Dec 29, 2017 at 09:41:57 pm EST (Viewed 66 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Should probably not extrapolate too much from that!
Posted: Fri Dec 29, 2017 at 12:34:38 pm EST (Viewed 70 times)



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          Thanos is more powerful than Living Tribunal!!!!!
        Then I guess Odin is too since Odin gave Thanos a good beating when they fought. Pretty good for someone you call a weakling, eh?
      This was a stronger Thanos who oneshots King Thor who has odinforce.



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    First, the comic represents a series of fights with only one panel. That doesn't mean that was the entirety of the fight, so it's funny you interpret it that way. Second, you just admitted to what I was saying, that this Thanos is most likely powered up by some item of supreme power.


He wasn't powered up. He just got stronger as he got older.

And yes, those were the fights but he is shown defeating everyone including King Thor easily.


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        Anyway, this whole story is set in an alternate future so is hardly canonical. Also, we don't see in detail how Thanos beat all these cosmic beings. Given his history, the far more likely explanation is he obtained yet another item of supreme power to enhance himself rather than that he beat them under his own normal power displayed in regular continuity.
      That's never shown and Thanos used black bolt to kill the celestials.



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    That is never shown, but it is nevertheless highly likely. Again, this is an alternate future and is not in continuity.


How is it likely? It's an alternate future but it's in continuity.


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