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Subj: Re: So if the Tick was in DC, he'd be Superman-level? Spooooon!. nt
Posted: Sun Dec 27, 2009 at 06:10:07 pm EST (Viewed 22 times)
Reply Subj: Re: So if the Tick was in DC, he'd be Superman-level? Spooooon!. nt
Posted: Sun Dec 27, 2009 at 05:58:16 pm EST (Viewed 153 times)

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      And don't dare accuse DC of having stupid physics, I've seen more stupid physics in the MU over the last three years than in the last three at DC. Basicall think of anything the Red Hulk did in his first few issues, the Hulks 'Footstomp of Doom', Hercules/Atlas lifting the heavens, there's a lot of stupid stuff about in the MU...

    And you refuse to acknowledge those as feats. So I guess we can do the same with the planet moving. When it comes to Marvel, you have thrown in things like, "obscure issues", (wasn't the pet dragon issue obscure also? Wasn't the GL and Superman Earth moving flashback an obscure issue?). Any excuse you can to deny a feat.

Have you any undserstanding of the word 'Context'? I have never denied the Hulks 'Footstomp of Doom' or the Red Hulks jump from the moon as a feat, show me where i have why don't you? I'd hate to say you're "making stuff up". (Ho-Hum). \:\-

However Both of those are stupid silly feats, that is all i, and others it must be said, have done. And that is the point i made to Smallfry. So what is your problem in life Primetime?

You deny Herc's feat by making up something about the axis mundi "helping" him (something neither stated nor implied). You have made every excuse in the book to discredit the foot stomping feat (which is really a foot 'stepping' feat). You claimed the tectonic feat to be him closing a "small crack". You won't accept Herc's pulling of Manhattan, his holding the city together (you keep saying he failed when it was the chain that broke). You won't accept Gladiator destroying a planet with punches because it is an "obscure issue", but you keep referencing X-Men/Hulk (an obscure one shot crossover).

I mean seriously, your dishonest efforts are a sign of of something wrong.

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