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Subj: Re: Absurdity
Posted: Sun Dec 27, 2009 at 10:19:49 pm EST (Viewed 13 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Absurdity
Posted: Sun Dec 27, 2009 at 10:04:00 pm EST (Viewed 114 times)

    No I don't disregard it, I measure it! You as seen here just gloss over it. Quite apart from the sight of Hercules (who is Thors peer) and the Avengers strongest being needed to beat Superman down and out you get the sight of an absolutley shattered Thor giving one last effort only to be beaten fair and square by an opponnent who's physical might he is absolutley stunned by....

What are you talking about? The Avengers had nothing to do with the fight. The fight was over when they jumped in. They helped Thor none. What they were able to do to Superman was an indication of the condition Superman was in at the end of the fight. And while Thor was stunned by what Superman was able to do at the end (which seems to have distracted Thor enough to get punched), Superman felt at the end that Thor was the toughest opponent he had ever faced.


      If Hercules went "allout" on superman, superman would be dead. The dude couldn't even defend himself.

    Hey, whatever. The art and shards coming from his mace don't agree with you of course but carry on regardless.

    Get Tired after a fight with Thor but need Hercules, Iron Man, She-Hulk and Wonderman to deliver a sustained beating I think you'll see actually.

He didn't need them nor use them. There was a one on one fight that went to the end and you continue to imply that Thor was helped during the fight. The fight was over. Superman was worse for wear. Hulk has never been in such a condition after fighting Thor.

    It means if you think they're equal in strength why does he need the Hammer notably charged up. The only times Thor is ever seen fighting like this is against The Destroyer, Perrikus, Mangog or Perhaps Ultron. Quite clearly Gladiator, The Hulk and Nefaria fell well short of what he faced with Superman....

More nonsense. Gladiator knocked Thor out in their battle and was not worse for wear after. Nefaria ended his first skirmish with Thor similarly by catching the charged hammer easier. Plus, Nefaria had just spendt an entire issue fighting the other Avengers.


      Why did superman need his heat vision! dur

    To keep the dude with the magic hammer at bay. Still, it mattered not a jot!

How do you know it didn't matter. It may have weakened the hammer shot. Thor had to fight through it.

    Which means he should have either died or at least fallen given the damage Gladiator doled out on him. See what i said about plot Contrivances.

Nothing contrived about him surviving. He was durable, just not as durable as normal.

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