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Daveym 
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CHAD

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Subj: Re: I'd Say He's Perhaps Close but No.
Posted: Sun Dec 27, 2009 at 01:25:04 pm EST (Viewed 102 times)
Reply Subj: Re: I'd Say He's Perhaps Close but No.
Posted: Sun Dec 27, 2009 at 01:00:42 pm EST (Viewed 114 times)




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      True Skyfathers aren't just physically powerful but have divine lifeforces that enable them to perform actions above the Silver Surfer level, if Odin or Zeus were serious about taking on Thanos I don't imagine he could compete at all. Even perceived lower tier cosmics like The Stranger or Molecule Man operate on a level he can't really compete with and The Stranger himself is a more convincing Skyfather type figure than Thanos is.



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    I don't want to go off topic but since when are the Molecule man and the Stranger considered to be on a powerlevel below Odin or Zues? Shouldn't the argument be whether Odin or Zues are stepping up to their level or power?


I think Owen Reece is right up there given he's utterly owned Gods (Ares/Thor) before now and The Stranger has been seen to be well above Herald since his inception. If you've read 'Beyond' you'll get where i'm coming from.
But neither are quite Skyfather as neither has shown to be able to command the power or influence Zeus/Odin has. The Stranger has faced the Olympian Pluto before now and lost, he has never been one for socialising in cosmic circles but I have seen nothing to show me he's on a Skyfathers level.





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