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Subj: Likewise, and if you had read what i already wrote about this, you likely would complicate matters so much :)
Posted: Wed Sep 24, 2008 at 03:27:42 am EDT
Reply Subj: I think you don't get it or worse don't want to get it...
Posted: Tue Sep 23, 2008 at 10:54:26 pm EDT (Viewed 70 times)
And that standart tells you what, in factual terms?
Nothing. But what was the point of showing it? Crystal clear. To ilustrate an over the top feat.
And thats the only thing these feats matter about, in an argument like this. To give someone the edge over the other who doenst have them.
If one character like the Hulk is more consistantly written as able to perform absurd feats, than Thing, who does not, what does that tells you?
Then you should disregard every single major feat done by Superman and Hulk, on the same basis.
"no one else did it".
And sure i get the idea. This is only the 5th time i said this doesnt make Hercules automatically stronger than everybody based in just one feat. I dont do that to any character.
I just find amusing how this feat is being fougth by a few, when others remain.."oh well, its comic book"
yeah, it tells you he is a fictional character capable of bending the rules of physics even inside the context of the Marvel universe.
And thats an important equation of what the character is about. Likewise for pre crisis Superman. Now, its perfectly fine coming up and say "for all we know, Rick Jones would be able to do it", but we all know that is..bull.
And this would be the 6th time.
And lets forget the context behind the creative team or company in having a character to be able to pull out those. What would be the point, if not to ilustrate something about the character itself?
Again, since im not making anyone stronger than every other character based on one feat alone, lets agree to disagree. You dont see any validation on a feat like this being showed, whereas i do.