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Subj: Re: Less than the Moon, in my opinion -- seeing as how he crashed on it and it remained in orbit and intact.
Posted: Tue Sep 23, 2008 at 03:45:34 pm EDT (Viewed 111 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Less than the Moon, in my opinion -- seeing as how he crashed on it and it remained in orbit and intact.
Posted: Tue Sep 23, 2008 at 03:42:11 pm EDT (Viewed 83 times)

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> > He didn't actually crash... Spectre was going to crash which is why Diana and Kal intervened and aided the fall -- which they succeeded in doing. They placed him, albeit with a bit of force, on the Moon.
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> Okay, thanks. Haven't read it in ages. I'd still peg him at below lunar level mass, though.
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> _rc

No problem. I can post the scans for you or anyone else...

Either way the writer clearly intended for the feat to be astounding -- something that no single being could accomplish -- something that was meant to show how powerful Superman and Wonder Woman are. Otherwise why else would he have Spectre specify that they are two of the most powerful beings in ANY Universe and that the form of Spectre holds the consciousness of Eternity?

I agree. But, if the Moon not being nixed proves that Spectre in that book was not lunar mass (assume that's the case -- it's what I think), what does that logic say about Hercules' feat, seeing as how Earth, without any protective factor given in the book, supported Hercules as Hercules supported "the firmament" to you?

_rc


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