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bragagain007

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motifian

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Subj: Re: As a baseline, I put Thor and Surfer both at 15, Loki at 12...but I may have been a little low on Loki
Posted: Thu Feb 08, 2018 at 02:16:57 pm EST (Viewed 95 times)
Reply Subj: Re: As a baseline, I put Thor and Surfer both at 15, Loki at 12...but I may have been a little low on Loki
Posted: Thu Feb 08, 2018 at 12:24:22 pm EST (Viewed 103 times)

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Orion has never been stated as equal to Superman or more powerful than him.

Superman is definitely not lower than Surfer or Thor in power and would never be shown as such in a comic.

Darkseid is at least 30. He is in similar class as Galactus or Odin.

Hal is at least 15, going above that currently.

Ganthet is at least 25.

Anti Monitor is 100. Pretty much abstract level of power. Supergirl showing is akin to Thor almost killing Galactus. Anomaly that is not at all his usual power levels.

I may not agree completely or even disagree about some of your points....

The Darkseid statement of being in a similar class to Galactus and Odin is definitely not accurate - i like Darkseid as a character for the most part - when he is not being watered down.

Darkseid was treated as a lower weight class opponent than Galactus in the crossover - i believe Darkseid vs Galactus actually - or maybe the Surfer/Green Lantern one - it was the ninties - my memory isnt as good as it used to be lol.

Darkseid even admits it i believe when he is pretty much defeated but states that he would never stop opposing Galactus as long as he tried taking what was his (Eating Apokolips).

I think the rest of what u said is a subjective and debatable but neither really right or wrong. I just like hearing other peoples opinions and thoughts.


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