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Lord Majestros

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Subj: By the same token, I could say...
Posted: Sun Jan 21, 2007 at 02:18:53 am EST
Reply Subj: If Deathstroke can land one on Wally, so can Spidey *nt*
Posted: Sun Jan 21, 2007 at 12:23:34 am EST

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> > Quick Silver's speed is measured in machs. Flash's speed goes up to light. When in the Speed force Flash also sees things in slow motion so theoretically he would see Spidey sloooowly raising his arm and either choose to duck under it or slam into it at full speed thereby breaking Peter's arm. We all know however that writers almost always have to hobble the Flash in some way when he goes up against non-speedsters to make the battle competitive. So yeah, Spidey would win the fight... possibly in the way your Scan describes.
> First of all, Spidey is written much faster than he was in those days. Regardless, saying Flash fights at light speed is retarded. He would destroy everything around him even if it were possible to move that fast. Second, he never fights at this speed. A max running speed isn't the same as fighting speed. Otherwise, his lame villains would never be able to beat him.
> That said, I think Flash should take it. He'd have better luck just grabbing baseball bat then to try hitting a guy much more durable than him. I think that Spidey's reflexes and spidey sense can let him hang with a lot of speedsters, but Flash is the king speedster.

Lord Majestros:
If Speed Demon (who is no where near as fast as Flash) could stand right in front of Spidey and he couldn't land a punch on him (see scan), Spidey couldn't touch Flash \:\-\) . Basically, without either character being dumbed down, Flash destroys Spider-Man.

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