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Primetime

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motifian

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Subj: Re: Yup...
Posted: Thu Feb 08, 2018 at 03:00:25 pm EST (Viewed 59 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Yup...
Posted: Thu Feb 08, 2018 at 12:32:24 pm EST (Viewed 61 times)



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    Incorrect. Superman was already stronger than Thor since Byrne era. He was still the strongest hero on earth while Thor wasn't. In fact Superman of year one era fought and stalemated savage Hulk who is at least Thor's equal in strength.


In that book, Hulk outdoes him in tests of strength and Superman makes up for it with flight, surprise and speed.


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    Hardly. Heat vision has proved more devastating than anything Thor has produced save godblast which is a rarely used ability anyway.


It's telling that you have to restrict Thor for Superman to match. The godblast has been used enough to be standard. But standard lighting surpasses Superman's hv:

http://i.imgur.com/elxAsb9.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/xSqIo3a.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/Utp5A4E.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/V3NanuI.jpg


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    Superman is a clear favorite against Thor and Surfer both.



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    In fact Surfer was shown struggling against Cyborg Superman who Superman utterly stomped by the same writer. Surfer has also never beaten Thor while Superman has.


Yet, Superman has been written struggling against Cyborg Superman. Surfer took Hulk down easier than Superman did a weaker Hulk. Surfer crushed Orion in a way that Superman has not even come close to doing. Standard Thor could not inflict as much damage to Surfer as he did Superman.


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    There is no precedent for Surfer to be a favorite against Superman. In fact Dan Jurgens said Superman would beat Surfer 99 times out of 100.


RC said that he said that. That's sort of hearsay.


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