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Beowulf

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Would be Watcher

Subj: Re: and thats a problem...
Posted: Sun Mar 09, 2008 at 09:37:23 am EDT
Reply Subj: and thats a problem...
Posted: Sun Mar 09, 2008 at 09:19:18 am EDT

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> > > > or just absorb the energies.
> > >
> > > First, the odds superman absorbing a bomb that turns things inside out is probably astronomical. You can compare all the bombs that he hasn't absorbed to the ones he did, and place your bets.
> > >
> > > Secondly, Marvel has the wisdom of solomon. His assessment would be pretty accurate.
> > >
> > > And finally, the author clearly though marvel was the most durable guy there. He had marvel take their big gun instead of superman.
> > >
> > > Lord Majestros's scan was as close to a perfect example as you can get.
> >
> > Exept superman was NOT there.... can we please have, at the very least, benefice of the doubt. Or do I conclude marvel not having superman feat record is a proof of him not being able to do the same?
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> Granted, but this bomb worked by turning space inside out, not but by supercharging Superman's body with radiation, he hopefully could withstand or metabolise. Marvel reassembling himself was clearly a supernatural act. Superman's healing factor doing the same thing in the very same situation would have been a bit of a stretch, even for him. Now if we assume that their durability is pretty much even, then it wouldn't have looked to good for Superman in Marvel's place.

The durability *MIGHT* be pretty much even but it works differently. Like I said before, maybe Kal would simply NOT have been turned inside out in the first place. He is generally pretty hard to dammage/alter in the first place. It would not be the first time something designed to scatter atoms apart/desintegrate fail to affect him at all.


> > > > > or just absorb the energies.
> > > >
> > > > First, the odds superman absorbing a bomb that turns things inside out is probably astronomical. You can compare all the bombs that he hasn't absorbed to the ones he did, and place your bets.
> > > >
> > > > Secondly, Marvel has the wisdom of solomon. His assessment would be pretty accurate.
> > > >
> > > > And finally, the author clearly though marvel was the most durable guy there. He had marvel take their big gun instead of superman.
> > > >
> > > > Lord Majestros's scan was as close to a perfect example as you can get.
> > >
> > > Exept superman was NOT there.... can we please have, at the very least, benefice of the doubt. Or do I conclude marvel not having superman feat record is a proof of him not being able to do the same?
> >
> > Granted, but this bomb worked by turning space inside out, not but by supercharging Superman's body with radiation, he hopefully could withstand or metabolise. Marvel reassembling himself was clearly a supernatural act. Superman's healing factor doing the same thing in the very same situation would have been a bit of a stretch, even for him. Now if we assume that their durability is pretty much even, then it wouldn't have looked to good for Superman in Marvel's place.
>
> The durability *MIGHT* be pretty much even but it works differently. Like I said before, maybe Kal would simply NOT have been turned inside out in the first place. He is generally pretty hard to dammage/alter in the first place. It would not be the first time something designed to scatter atoms apart/desintegrate fail to affect him at all.
>

Then yes, Otherwise no.
I think that other example with the micro-tesseracts has already shown that similar forces can affect him.
Now if those micro-tesseracts which splitted him apart would have killed anyone but him, i would say it points toward him having a form of resistance(I don't have that issue, so i cannot comment on that).

But if anyone else would have been affected just the same, just looking funny, it would point toward him having no special resistance against such space warping forces. And him just snapping back to his normal form, after the T-bomb went up, i don't think is part of his abilities.

Pre-Crisis Superman on the other hand probably had a yet unrevealed super-snapping back power in case of a Tesseractbomb detonation. (just kidding ) \:\-D


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