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Arthur Curry

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Cotillion

Subj: Re: How strong is Deathstroke/HawkMan considered???
Posted: Thu Sep 25, 2008 at 08:09:11 pm EDT
Reply Subj: Re: How strong is Deathstroke/HawkMan considered???
Posted: Thu Sep 25, 2008 at 07:24:11 pm EDT


> > > > > > Couple of my more liked characters but don;t really have a definate strengh levels, wondering where board put's them???
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> > > > > > Also how good are there healing factor's compared to some of the best???
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> > > > > Dont know about Deathstroke, but usually, Hawkman got a better soaking damage ability than exactly a major healing factor. Hes more like Thor in that regard.
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> > > > > Strength? Its hard to peg him. Close to classic Aquaman level, i`d say.
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> > > > How strong is that in Marvel 0-100 ton scale???
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> > > Classic Aquaman always looked to me as an analogue to something around cl50.
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> > > Post crisis (and for all porpuses, still the "classic" self, since his history was one of the few that wasent totally erased or started anew) he seemed to start at cl60, but at the time the "Sub Diego" arc kicked in, in his recent run, he looked to have been upgrade to around cl80.
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> > Classic Aquaman in the 60's and 70's was always shown to be around Spiderman level, nowhere near class 100, let alone class150. In DC versus Marvel in 1996 he was shown to be noticably weaker strengthwise than Namor, who is also below class 100. I remember a Brave and Bold issue where Batman had him in a hammerlock and Aquaman couldn't break it. Not meaning to be rude, but classic Aquaman just wasn't that powerful.
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> I think he was saying CL50 and CL60 the lowercase L looks like a 1 at times.


Oops! My bad. Apologies.


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