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motifian

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makkari1

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Subj: Re: JLA Movie Superman Taking on Thor Movie version!
Posted: Mon Feb 12, 2018 at 12:51:57 am EST (Viewed 32 times)
Reply Subj: Re: JLA Movie Superman Taking on Thor Movie version!
Posted: Sun Feb 11, 2018 at 11:43:47 am EST (Viewed 31 times)



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          It was just creating a chain reaction. Even the spire Thor hit was intact. Thor certainly didn't destroy any island or take a blast of that size.

        The spire in which you refer was made of Vibranium so anyone hitting it would leave it intact. The mere fact that Thor's lightening and strength coupled with Iron Man's repulsor blast cause a shock wave (like hitting Cap's shield) destroyed a city meant to cause a extinction level event. That's hundreds of thousands of tons blown apart to the point where it was harmless to the overall planet and Thor survived that is an amazing feat but clearly you can't see that due to your extreme bias.

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        Huh? Vibranium was supposed to be destroyed in the chain reaction. Friday straight up informs Tony that the chain reaction would kill everyone including Thor if he doesn't shields it.
      Dude are you even watching the same movie? What in the world are you talking about?  Let me educate you.
      1.) The city was to be destroyed in the chain reaction not the vibranium and it wasn't. City destroyed, vibranium intact that what happened. 
      2.) The entire conversation between Stark and Friday was coming up with a solution to where people in the city were saved and to stop Ultron's global extinction plan.  

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        Thor didn't take an explosion which destroyed a city. There was no such an explosion. The city imploded on itself as vibranium destroyed itself.


      That's exactly opposite of what happened. Tony straight up says that the vibranium will be destroyed and the city would implode on itself.

      People were already mostly evacuated. Tony didn't say "everyone" excluding Thor will be evaporated.
       

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        This is just amusing.
      No, its sad really really sad.

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      From where I stand, yes it is.
    Really, its not. It's really sad on how you twist and distort things to the point where your post are difficult to follow. Entire movie plots and feats shown on the screen are ignored or twisted.


You don't say. Entire scenes are twisted to make sure Thor took explosion of a city.


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      Sure he can do that. He can lift and manipulate tectonic plates as stated in BvS and has lifted multistory buildings like nothing.

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        Thor was in danger of getting killed by a shield thrown by Hulk. Superman would laugh at the such an attack.

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          Even Doomsday who could absorb an entire nuke wasn't able to even scratch Superman with his all out attacks. Hulk/Thor are nothing at that level.
        Didn't he die from fighting DD? Laughing all the way to the grave. 

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    Only after he was weakened by kryptonite.
Again this is what I'm talking about when things are ignored or twisted. Superman was not too to weak to be able to fly full speed and impale Doomsday. Doomsday didn't kill Superman with a Kryptonite spear he killed him with his spike stump hand. It only makes sense that another Kryptonian can kill another.



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So Superman was suddenly not weakened by kryptonite anymore because you don't like it?

The same kryptonite weakened Superman enough that Batman beats him but all of a sudden Superman was at full power?

Talk about twisting the scene.


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