Dave Galanter
December 1st 1969 - December 12th 2020
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dave

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Spider-Hulk

Subj: agree a bit
Posted: Sat Mar 21, 2009 at 10:03:13 pm EDT (Viewed 14 times)
Reply Subj: Re: How long does it take for THOR to put down WOLVERINE?
Posted: Sat Mar 21, 2009 at 06:11:24 pm EDT (Viewed 88 times)



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    Well I quite agree with you a few scracthes is not going to cut anything of Thor's off. And even if Wolverine could cut deep with his claws through that thick flesh, he still has to get through Thor's bones which are vastly thicker and stronger than a normal human's bones. Wolverine is not stupid though, he would no doubt go for stabbing shots instead as even Thor has innards that can be seriously messed up... which leads to my next point...


I agree that Wolverine isn't that stupid. I was just pointing out that it couldn't happen.


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    Thor's durability is not Hulk level tho, Hulk has better durability than Thor does, and a regenerative ability on top of his durability. Durability refers to the amount of abuse something can take before its damaged or broken, to give Thor his props though, I would say durability wise Thor is extremely close to Hulk. Thor though as I have said many times has far better Endurance than Hulk does, or most other top tiers do, IMO... The fact that despite what happens to him, Thor keeps getting up, you smack him about hard as you can, he gets up, the guy just won't stay down! Trying to KO Thor is like trying to pour smoke through a keyhole! Its difficult as hell.


I'd say Thor's durability is as good as Hulk's. Hulk has rarely had both his high level durability and his high end healing factor at the same time. Depending on the version of the Hulk, he's often somewhere in between. Of course in reality this is just writer inconsistencies but at least his different personalities and anger level could explain some of it. Historically though, I think Thor is equal to Thor in durability. Classic Savage Hulk did not start out as a top tier character. Thor does. Plus, he seems to be a bit more durable these days. Whether it is the OP or the new armor, or just the new writer, it's hard to say.


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