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Maestro




I've posted a number of scans below showing what Supergirl can do over the weeekend. We've seen her strong enough to overpower Martian Manhunter (although he did fight like an idiot) and fast enough to steal GL's ring right from under him as well as race the Flash. Last but not least, there is considerable support here for the theory that due to her being exposed to solar radiation at an older age, she is actually stronger and faster than her cousin Superman.

Thor of course needs no introduction.

So... who wins this battle ?
Does the battle hardened warrior from Asgard prevail over this snotty little teenager or has Supergirl inherited her cousin's mean right hook (and we all know what that can do) ? \:\-D




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Bootch




> Does the battle hardened warrior from Asgard prevail over this snotty little teenager or has Supergirl inherited her cousin's mean right hook (and we all know what that can do) ? \:\-D

Supergirl is stronger and faster than Thor. She shouldn't have a problem doing the business.


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Braugi




the way Thor generally approaches a fight like this, he loses. Thor is a peer to Superman, but she's as strong or stronger than Supes, meaning she's at least as strong as Thor, and likely stronger. She has a durability edge and a speed edge...and she's a woman. While Herc is more of a chauvanist than Thor, the thunderer rarely seems to really go all out in beating women, and ANY hesitation in a fight of this calibur could well mean defeat. While I believe Thor to be overall more powerful, and certainly capable of winning such a confrontation, I think that initial hesitation and her tend to not hold back at all means defeat for the Thunderer.


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Hulk rules all




> I've posted a number of scans below showing what Supergirl can do over the weeekend. We've seen her strong enough to overpower Martian Manhunter (although he did fight like an idiot) and fast enough to steal GL's ring right from under him as well as race the Flash. Last but not least, there is considerable support here for the theory that due to her being exposed to solar radiation at an older age, she is actually stronger and faster than her cousin Superman.
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> Thor of course needs no introduction.
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> So... who wins this battle ?
> Does the battle hardened warrior from Asgard prevail over this snotty little teenager or has Supergirl inherited her cousin's mean right hook (and we all know what that can do) ? \:\-D

I believe that Thor should win this fight as all he needs is Mjolnir to come up with some insane power to blast some anti-matter at Supergirl's costume and we finally find out that she really is only a A cup size and she freaks out and KO's herself by trying to cover up and by mistake strikes her own glass jaw, knocking her out for the count. Thor throws his hammer away in disgust and even without obtaining the runes, he gouges his eyes out because of the horror of seeing Supergirl in her birthday costume and her much smaller than life boobies.
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Incriptus




> the way Thor generally approaches a fight like this, he loses. Thor is a peer to Superman, but she's as strong or stronger than Supes, meaning she's at least as strong as Thor, and likely stronger. She has a durability edge and a speed edge...and she's a woman. While Herc is more of a chauvanist than Thor, the thunderer rarely seems to really go all out in beating women, and ANY hesitation in a fight of this calibur could well mean defeat. While I believe Thor to be overall more powerful, and certainly capable of winning such a confrontation, I think that initial hesitation and her tend to not hold back at all means defeat for the Thunderer.

I don't think Thor would have enough to gauge her power off of . . . and it's probably pretty difficult to hit a teenage girl as hard as you can with a hammer


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Concordant




> I've posted a number of scans below showing what Supergirl can do over the weeekend.

And to be fair, those scans were... how shall I put this... crap. Those writing for the "fights" were so painfully dumb they made my eyes hurt.

I mean she literally projects some kind of S.D.F. (Stupidity Distortion Field)... not unlike Steve Jobs really.

However, it will not serve her here as Thor, as he is typically portrayed, is already of - well let's just say "dubious intellect" and leave it at that, so it's not like her SDF is going to throw him off his game.

However, Thor has proven to be naively chivalous on a reglar basis and so will let her get her licks in, only resorting to the ultraviolence once he realizes what trouble he's really in.

I think what will happen though is Thor will start with his usual Asgardian trash talking followed proptly by SG rolling her eyes, then throwing Thor a superspeed beatin' but good. But just as SG stands over the staggered Thunder God to regale him with one of her usual mindless monologues (and stike a pouty pose for the readers), Thor will pull out all the stops and let her have it with a dues ex anti-force blast to the kisser. Losing to a Superman is one thing... but losing to a Supergirl is quite another. \:\-D

C.


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Maestro




> > the way Thor generally approaches a fight like this, he loses. Thor is a peer to Superman, but she's as strong or stronger than Supes, meaning she's at least as strong as Thor, and likely stronger. She has a durability edge and a speed edge...and she's a woman. While Herc is more of a chauvanist than Thor, the thunderer rarely seems to really go all out in beating women, and ANY hesitation in a fight of this calibur could well mean defeat. While I believe Thor to be overall more powerful, and certainly capable of winning such a confrontation, I think that initial hesitation and her tend to not hold back at all means defeat for the Thunderer.
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> I don't think Thor would have enough to gauge her power off of . . . and it's probably pretty difficult to hit a teenage girl as hard as you can with a hammer.

Thor's chivalry is a major weakness here since he is going up against a stronger opponent with the body of a 16 year old. Therefore his holding back, particularly if its against Supergirl's darker personality would be pure suicide. You've got to hit this girl with all you've got and make them count or else she'll murder you.



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Maestro




> > I've posted a number of scans below showing what Supergirl can do over the weeekend.
>
> And to be fair, those scans were... how shall I put this... crap. Those writing for the "fights" were so painfully dumb they made my eyes hurt.
>
> I mean she literally projects some kind of S.D.F. (Stupidity Distortion Field)... not unlike Steve Jobs really.
>
> However, it will not serve her here as Thor, as he is typically portrayed, is already of - well let's just say "dubious intellect" and leave it at that, so it's not like her SDF is going to throw him off his game.
>

LOL !

> However, Thor has proven to be naively chivalous on a reglar basis and so will let her get her licks in, only resorting to the ultraviolence once he realizes what trouble he's really in.
>

Me thinks though that by then it will be too late. IT has been proven that Kryptonians are capable of knocking out Asgardians therefore if Thor doesn't go into this fight with the kind of determination he would have when facing Ulik or the Hulk, he will in most likely hood get sucker punched.

> I think what will happen though is Thor will start with his usual Asgardian trash talking followed proptly by SG rolling her eyes, then throwing Thor a superspeed beatin' but good. But just as SG stands over the staggered Thunder God to regale him with one of her usual mindless monologues (and stike a pouty pose for the readers), Thor will pull out all the stops and let her have it with a dues ex anti-force blast to the kisser. Losing to a Superman is one thing... but losing to a Supergirl is quite another. \:\-D
>

Yeah the embarrassment would certainly be a motivating factor here for Thor. \:\-\)

I'm not sure a simple Anti-force blast could finish her off though... probably knock her back a mile or two. Doesn't Thor have to wind up his hammer a bit to truly get a powerful Godblast from Mjolnir ?
If so then time would be against him when facing a speedster like Supergirl.

> C.


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Concordant




> > > I've posted a number of scans below showing what Supergirl can do over the weeekend.
> >
> > And to be fair, those scans were... how shall I put this... crap. Those writing for the "fights" were so painfully dumb they made my eyes hurt.
> >
> > I mean she literally projects some kind of S.D.F. (Stupidity Distortion Field)... not unlike Steve Jobs really.
> >
> > However, it will not serve her here as Thor, as he is typically portrayed, is already of - well let's just say "dubious intellect" and leave it at that, so it's not like her SDF is going to throw him off his game.
> >
>
> LOL !
>
> > However, Thor has proven to be naively chivalous on a reglar basis and so will let her get her licks in, only resorting to the ultraviolence once he realizes what trouble he's really in.
> >
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> Me thinks though that by then it will be too late. IT has been proven that Kryptonians are capable of knocking out Asgardians therefore if Thor doesn't go into this fight with the kind of determination he would have when facing Ulik or the Hulk, he will in most likely hood get sucker punched.

Supes may have put Thor down, but he was hurtin'. Thor can take the opening salvo methinks.

> > I think what will happen though is Thor will start with his usual Asgardian trash talking followed proptly by SG rolling her eyes, then throwing Thor a superspeed beatin' but good. But just as SG stands over the staggered Thunder God to regale him with one of her usual mindless monologues (and stike a pouty pose for the readers), Thor will pull out all the stops and let her have it with a dues ex anti-force blast to the kisser. Losing to a Superman is one thing... but losing to a Supergirl is quite another. \:\-D
> >
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> Yeah the embarrassment would certainly be a motivating factor here for Thor. \:\-\)
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> I'm not sure a simple Anti-force blast could finish her off though... probably knock her back a mile or two. Doesn't Thor have to wind up his hammer a bit to truly get a powerful Godblast from Mjolnir ?
> If so then time would be against him when facing a speedster like Supergirl.

True, but remember... all the Superdoofuses love nothing better than to strike a pose and take their opponents' best shots. If the Antiforce doesn't take the wind out of her sails, then the repeated blows to the head while she's stunned should do the trick.

Remember - godly ego at stake.

C.


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Voyeur




ffs they made this pretty clear.


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Braugi




> ffs they made this pretty clear.


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Amor Fati




> > ffs they made this pretty clear.

Superman holds back due to his upbringing (i.e moral compunctions) but IF he went all out he beleives he would be more powerful.

On average though, Supergirl going all out > Superman holding back.

I do feel that Superman going all out > Supergirl going all out.


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