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Subj: Re: Here is the thing, tho..
Posted: Sun Sep 21, 2008 at 08:44:36 am EDT (Viewed 184 times)
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Posted: Sun Sep 21, 2008 at 04:14:11 am EDT

> 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.


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