Dave Galanter
December 1st 1969 - December 12th 2020
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Subj: Re: Well, you're comparing a character who has been around for decades under dozens of writers
Posted: Thu Jul 05, 2007 at 11:57:22 pm EDT
Reply Subj: Well, you're comparing a character who has been around for decades under dozens of writers
Posted: Thu Jul 05, 2007 at 10:59:26 am EDT

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...with a character who has been around for barely over a year with, what, two writers?

You're bound to see more inconsistency. But I think what's been made clear is that Superman holds back all the time. It's when he doesn't that you see his high showings...and those high showings are a match and more for Sentry's high showings.

Now, you could argue that it's possible that even under Sentry's highest showings that maybe he was still holding back. But we don't know that because the character is too new and we haven't seen him face the most dire circumstances yet. When he does, we'll get our answers.

> > > Based upon the latest showings for both "Men of Steel"...
> > >
> > > Is it Still the majority consensus that Sentry defeats Supes straight up, or is the Golden Boy losing his shine to some degree, and being seen as being closer to Supes than previously thought?

> ...with a character who has been around for barely over a year with, what, two writers?
>

Actually; he has been around since 2000; near a decade now....for the new guy on the block; the Sentry's not really so new anymore.

Makes me wonder, how long till the new "most powerful hero in the universe" shows up and gets his push?



> You're bound to see more inconsistency. But I think what's been made clear is that Superman holds back all the time. It's when he doesn't that you see his high showings...and those high showings are a match and more for Sentry's high showings.
>
> Now, you could argue that it's possible that even under Sentry's highest showings that maybe he was still holding back. But we don't know that because the character is too new and we haven't seen him face the most dire circumstances yet. When he does, we'll get our answers.
>
> > > > Based upon the latest showings for both "Men of Steel"...
> > > >
> > > > Is it Still the majority consensus that Sentry defeats Supes straight up, or is the Golden Boy losing his shine to some degree, and being seen as being closer to Supes than previously thought?


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