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Subj: Re: Absurdity
Posted: Sun Dec 27, 2009 at 10:05:02 pm EST (Viewed 9 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Absurdity
Posted: Sun Dec 27, 2009 at 08:47:58 pm EST (Viewed 95 times)
Quote:Is that not the fight where it took Hercules w/mace, Wonderman, Iron Man, She-Hulk etc to finally beat him down by going allout on him?
It only took Thor for Superman to be so taxed that his speech was affected and he couldn't defend himself.
Quote:I mean if you want to take that fight as Gospel think on the implications of that.
You should take that advice.
Quote:And then consider that Superman did what the Hulk can only dream about doing.
You mean getting taxed to the point of helplessness fighting Thor? Yes, that is something Hulk would only dream of doing.
Quote:Err, the reason Hulk survived his fight with Gladiator is likely down to the Heroes Reborn power-up and some crazy plot contrivances!
There was the heroes reborn lack of durability also. That very Hulk seemed rather even in strength with the alternate timeline Hulk that he met and fought during that time. So the strength gain was not that significant.
Quote:The reason Thor survived his fight with superman, is because they are pretty much equal in strength.
Quote:If they were equal in strength why the Hammer?
You are often asked this when you declare Hulk and Thor equal in strength. Why do you never answer? And why does Superman need heat vision during the fight?
Quote:I don't dismiss that fight but I have no problem in thinking a determined allout Thor can give superman a serious fight either. I don't know what you think i am but I do not think Superman can drop Thor or the Hulk in one minute flat, I simply point out the fact I see superman as so powerful in the modernday I just can't see an opponent as limited as the Hulk or Thor going the distance, not when Superman track record for physical beatdowns is so staggering in its scale - from minnows like Mammoth to Mangogs like Amalak and Doomsday.
What is limited about Thor. His power is more versatile than Superman's. And Thor was no more "allout" or "determined" against Superman than at any other time.
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