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atrimus

Location: Saint Louis, MO
Member Since: Sat May 17, 2008
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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 04:40:58 pm EDT (Viewed 87 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 03:58:23 pm EDT (Viewed 75 times)


> > Thanks for the response. I didn't realize Hercules was retelling a myth. Anyway, I say, for the sake of debate here, just accept it as a bona fide universe feat for Hercules and add it to his "average." It's just one depiction out of many -- he is not commonly depicted at anywhere near that level -- so it doesn't amount to much. No more than Superman struggling to stop a falling gargoyle (Man of Steel 30) or Surfer being ko'd by a human-wielded crowbar (anyone have the referenced issue?), in my opinion.
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> Yeah but the Hercules "feat" is silly because people around here don't fully understand the myth... Atlas didn't hold up the Universe or the Earth or the World. His task was to stop Uranus from touching Gaea -- he was to support the sky on his shoulders. That isn't a lifting feat...

but it is a strength feat.



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