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Amor Fati

Subj: Re: How much did the Spectre weigh? nt.
Posted: Tue Sep 23, 2008 at 02:32:26 pm CDT (Viewed 69 times)
Reply Subj: How much did the Spectre weigh? nt.
Posted: Tue Sep 23, 2008 at 02:26:10 pm CDT (Viewed 88 times)

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> > Based upon what is being said/shown now about Herc...
> >
> > Is He to be considered stronger than likes of Supes/WW/BA etc now?
> I'm really not sure how this is considered a "feat."
> For one it was a story Hercules was telling Namora to brag about himself... we do know it was a labor but nothing says its a strength feat -- being able to lift something is not the same as supporting weight.
> Also, there is a metaphysical connotation to the feat -- he isn't holding up the sky he is simply standing in the way of the two forms meeting.
> People are getting WAY built up about this...

According to the scene (which happened -- i.e., it wasn't a retelling of a story)...

"They're two of the mightiest beings in all the Universes.. and yet the weight of my unconscious form was nearly too much for them.

The Spectre's body, you see, is composed of consciousness: a cosmic consciousness that contains Eternity itself. And Eternity... is heavy."

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