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Maestro

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dave

Subj: Re: Great issue as usual. :-)
Posted: Thu Sep 18, 2008 at 07:32:43 pm EDT (Viewed 329 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Great issue as usual. :-)
Posted: Thu Sep 18, 2008 at 06:43:08 pm EDT



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> > > Heh... lets see those "planet pushers" next door find a feat to compare with that !
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> > This one goes straight ahead to the "Bricks Hall of Feats", club. An all time classic.
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> I don't really see how. We can imagine how much force it would take to tow an island. Pushing a planet would conceivably take a lot of power. But how hard would this be? We have no idea. It's not like he is lifting the actual weight of the heavens. They are suspended in space. The have no weight. For all we know Herc was lifting 50lbs over his head or that it was just a test of will. There was literally nothing n his hands. Seriously, if I walk outside right now I can do the same thing.

But how do we know that Atlas and then Hercules wasn't supporting the weight of the heavens ?
I've certainly seen stranger things in Marvel such as a Viking God with a fishing rod reeling in a planet sized serpent which was wrapped around the Earth... all the while standing in a rinky dinky fishing boat. Yet thats considered a "strength" feat, isn't it ? \:\-\)



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