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makkari1

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Subj: Re: Unfortunately I still see the previous 'leaked' conclusion coming true...
Posted: Fri Jan 19, 2018 at 04:03:11 pm EST (Viewed 99 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Unfortunately I still see the previous 'leaked' conclusion coming true...
Posted: Fri Jan 19, 2018 at 02:37:08 pm EST (Viewed 99 times)

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    3. Jane becomes Thor one last time and throws Mjolnir into Mangog's mouth.

Thor shot a godblast down his throat before it should work. Nothing new here.


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    When did he do that? War Thor did lightening and Thor in Jurgens did anti-force.[\quote] When Thor and Fire Lord faced Thanos and Mangog.


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    To be fair, pending the incarnation of Strange one could argue he is more powerful than whomever. Sort of depends on the day and depiction for Strange.

Its amazing how far Odin and the gods have fallen in terms of power. Strange's power came from the beings who he is invoking Odin needed no such power up he was his own power. Not under Aaron though.




Where was it stated or implied it was a godblast?


To a point with the Dr. Strange thing. I would argue that apart from Odin, Thor, Hela the gods in general are not really that powerful. At least not in a world of super heroes. They are all minor bricks with good fighting ability but could be downed by all sorts.

Odin is probably in line with the beings Strange calls power down from. That said, in some ways he has pretty uber showings on such beings if he is ready. I am not sure, as a fan of Strange, I am generally cool with him being able to remake the hammer but he has fixed it before.

I am not sure I totally agree that Aaron has made the gods less powerful. As he gave Thor some pretty epic feats. He had Odin cut off one of the realms of existence by himself and beat and imprison a storm that gave the PF pause.

Just saying, it is very much a mixed bag of things. That said, an argument that Odin being so much more powerful than the others causes an issue and always has. Seeker sort of states it elsewhere on the board already. I agree with it in general.

That said, Odin is not in a bubble. Other powerful entities suffer through the same things. Galactus, Celestials, the Pheonix and so on. It is not like Odin is in a bubble or unique in the sense of having fluctuating power levels at the convinience of the story. I would argue the Celestials have had it worse more recently.





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