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Maestro

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Would be Watcher

Location: Canada
Member Since: Sat May 17, 2008
Subj: Re: Nah...
Posted: Thu Sep 18, 2008 at 10:57:02 pm EDT (Viewed 174 times)
Reply Subj: Nah...
Posted: Thu Sep 18, 2008 at 10:47:03 pm EDT (Viewed 154 times)



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> ...for 2 reasosns
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> 1) DC doesn't have MarvelMetrics.

Marvel Metrics ?
I've never seen anyone try to weigh the universe to see how much it is in tons.

> 2) Olympian objects might be subject to different laws than the ones we have. I mean comparing to past references I think it's safe to say hercules can't lift galaxies... not OUR galaxies anyway...
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A question and a serious one at that. Have you ever seen Herc fail to lift anything that he made an attempt on ?
I haven't. So what past references are you referring to then ?
That he tried to lift a planet before but couldn't therefore the universe is out of the question ? \:\-D

> So even if it is meant to be an impressive feat anybody stronger than herc, and we know who they are, should reproduce the feat in Olympian conditions. We approx know what a planet or a mountain is weighting using earth standard. The same can't be said here and it's obvious we can't use a ratio of 1:1 with Olympian stock when we look at herc on earth.
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Fair enough. Therefore Thor who seemed to be almost as strong as Supes based on that crossover should be able to pull at least a third of a "DC" planet on his own... right ?
Which means that guys like Rulk, Kurse and Mangog should then be able to juggle multiple "DC" planets at will based on the fact that they are much stronger than Thor who is roughly equal to a guy who can pull one third of a planet... right ? \:\-D

See what happens when you open that particular pandoras box ? \:\-\)




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