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> Great set up for the new arc:
> - Cho is about to tap some.
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.
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> - Hercules just tapped Namora. Who will be the next one of the list? Bets are on, gentlemen.
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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> - Ares is the God of War, but he aint cheap. 20 bucks for a salad!
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.
> Its true, brotha, Hercules > Superman. You read it here first
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.
It isn't hyperbole, because it said it and then showed it.
I always thought the feat was referred to as "holding up the world", not the heavens. But really, if he is seperating two things by just getting between them, then I'd have to go with the weight of the world as the actual weight of the feat.
It looks like metaphysical wackyness also, but it's been referred to before. Also, I don't recall Hercules failing to lift much