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Great set up for the new arc:

- Cho is about to tap some.

- Hercules just tapped Namora. Who will be the next one of the list? Bets are on, gentlemen.

- "Amazons attack" spoof...and guess, what? Its better written than the actual Amazon Attacks was, and we only have one chapter yet.

- Ares is the God of War, but he aint cheap. 20 bucks for a salad!

- and last but not the least...Hercules, at regular size and without a single powerup, singlehandy held up the Heavens burden from Atlas. Planets! Stars! Stopping Ouranos from meeting Gaea, oh lord.

Its true, brotha, Hercules > Superman. You read it here first \:\)

And oh yeah. Ikaris is a liar. I would watch your back next to him.


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Rehzon


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> - Hercules just tapped Namora. Who will be the next one of the list? Bets are on, gentlemen.
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The one from Exiles King Hyperion killed? \:\)



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> > - Hercules just tapped Namora. Who will be the next one of the list? Bets are on, gentlemen.
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> The one from Exiles King Hyperion killed? \:\)
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I dont really follow "Exiles". Its the same Namora that started showing up in "Agents of Atlas" and was part of the Renegades, together with Hercules and Cho, during the whole "WWH" affair.


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> I dont really follow "Exiles". Its the same Namora that started showing up in "Agents of Atlas" and was part of the Renegades, together with Hercules and Cho, during the whole "WWH" affair.



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> > Great set up for the new arc:
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> > - Cho is about to tap some.
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> Yeah... but I'm not sure he wants it anymore. I was laughing my head off looking at Cho's crestfallen face after the Gorgon lady told him about the "catch" that comes after being bedded by an Amazon. \:\-D
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> > - Hercules just tapped Namora. Who will be the next one of the list? Bets are on, gentlemen.
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> I'm not sure if he got that far. It seems the Amazon attack messed up his plans for some "underwater wrestling" with Namorita. \:\-\)
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> > - "Amazons attack" spoof...and guess, what? Its better written than the actual Amazon Attacks was, and we only have one chapter yet.
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> > - Ares is the God of War, but he aint cheap. 20 bucks for a salad!
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> LOL... it was priceless the way he put Hypolita in her place.
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> > - and last but not the least...Hercules, at regular size and without a single powerup, singlehandy held up the Heavens burden from Atlas. Planets! Stars! Stopping Ouranos from meeting Gaea, oh lord.
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> > Its true, brotha, Hercules > Superman. You read it here first \:\)
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> Heh... lets see those "planet pushers" next door find a feat to compare with that !
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> > And oh yeah. Ikaris is a liar. I would watch your back next to him.
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swmcbf

Wait-I have the explanation!




You know he was only supporting that weight-not lifting-if it works for a mountain it should be okay for the universe!


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> You know he was only supporting that weight-not lifting-if it works for a mountain it should be okay for the universe!



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***Since he took direct punches to the face from a Hulk that is stronger than the one that braced a mountain and also took an attack from hercules during Civil War and half those same punches put Herc on the floor.




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...but that was probably rather evident ;-p



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I don't know if we can directly compare the force of a 100,000 ton chunk of metal with an initial velocity to a mountain resting on Hulk's shoulders anymore than we can rate the "universe" versus a planet.

At any rate, we only saw Sentry "catch" the helicarrier for two small panels. Sure, he was grunting but we don't know he couldn't have stopped it himself given a couple more seconds. I mean if he were to actually stop it immediately he would plow right through it or kill everyone on board. After the other two helped, he seemed surprised by how light it was.

The bottom line is that Sentry and Hulk went at it and it ended with Banner knocking out Bob. It was a clear stalemate and, at worst, they were certainly shown as peers far above all the others. If this is the worst Sentry strength showing out there then I'm pretty impressed. It's a much better showing than when Spider-man knocked out Hulk with that cement truck that was suspended 20 feet above the ground.


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...because he definitly seemed to put more effort into that feat ;-p



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> I don't know if we can directly compare the force of a 100,000 ton chunk of metal with an initial velocity to a mountain resting on Hulk's shoulders anymore than we can rate the "universe" versus a planet.
>

Um you forget... the mountain range wasn't "rested" on Hulk's shoulders. It was dropped on him from a mile up.



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...while herc was nearly juggling the sky and all the stars! An Olympian acme sky but one with a beautiful background... \:\-p



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> I don't know if we can directly compare the force of a 100,000 ton chunk of metal with an initial velocity to a mountain resting on Hulk's shoulders anymore than we can rate the "universe" versus a planet.
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> At any rate, we only saw Sentry "catch" the helicarrier for two small panels. Sure, he was grunting but we don't know he couldn't have stopped it himself given a couple more seconds. I mean if he were to actually stop it immediately he would plow right through it or kill everyone on board. After the other two helped, he seemed surprised by how light it was.
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> The bottom line is that Sentry and Hulk went at it and it ended with Banner knocking out Bob. It was a clear stalemate and, at worst, they were certainly shown as peers far above all the others. If this is the worst Sentry strength showing out there then I'm pretty impressed. It's a much better showing than when Spider-man knocked out Hulk with that cement truck that was suspended 20 feet above the ground.

***Or when Cap and Spidey teamed up to knock Hulk out.




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> I don't know if we can directly compare the force of a 100,000 ton chunk of metal with an initial velocity to a mountain resting on Hulk's shoulders anymore than we can rate the "universe" versus a planet.

Hulk's mountain was a 150 billion ton one falling from a greater height, so I can say we can compare, yessir.


> At any rate, we only saw Sentry "catch" the helicarrier for two small panels. Sure, he was grunting but we don't know he couldn't have stopped it himself given a couple more seconds.

The burden of proof is on you.

> The bottom line is that Sentry and Hulk went at it and it ended with Banner knocking out Bob.

Sentry was using EP and charged his fists, though. Hulk used only strength.



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