| > Thats all. Like Superman, WW and Manhaunter are strong enough to move the Earth with a lasso, without the Earth crumbling apart. |
As I noted previously, The Flash negated the strain they placed on the planet.
| > No one is saying that this is his average now, thats silly. |
Some people are treating it as proof of, not only Hercules' strength, but of what all other Marvel top tiers are capable of.
| > But "nil". Would you say that about Superman?|
What about him?
| > I opened wich door? You brought it up. |
Physics not applying.
| > When you bring real world physics in a comic book style feat, you are asking the impossible to be explained. You should know that by now. |
Don't get obnoxious, or I'll end our conversation.
| > > I've never seen a feat like this -- nothing like standing on Earth and holding up the universe. |
> Tell that to Superboy who moved a whole galaxy worth of planets, with a single chain, without anything happening to the chain, or either planets.
That's nowhere near as great a feat or as great a stretch of credibility.
| > > Where in the comic does it say that Atlas and Hercules have the power to make the Earth strong enough to hold them up as they hold up the universe?|
> Jesus, rc.
This conversation is over. I will not be speaking to you again.