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Subj: Re: Lets face facts with scans
Posted: Mon Feb 06, 2017 at 04:14:06 pm EST (Viewed 286 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Lets face facts with scans
Posted: Mon Feb 06, 2017 at 12:36:15 am EST (Viewed 277 times)
Quote:Why? The clone is exactly Thanos, so in terms of power, it's the same. And while both are powered up, the clone is even more powered up.
Where is that stated? And the clone lost his power up before he was beaten
During the battle, Thanos destroyed Thor's magic shield too. Thanos lost his power-up because Thor overcame powered-up Thanos and destroyed the Illumination Stone. It's still a clean victory.
Quote:It's canon in the sense that after all this happened, King Thor went back in time and gave current Thor all the memories of what happened in order to prevent this future, and so for canon Thor to have these memories, these events actually had to happen the first time around.
In an alternate future, not the 616 version. And Jurgens explained that he had some of his odin force.
It's an alternate future stemming directly from 616 that happened, the memories of which 616 Thor retained. Also Jurgens said this to appease some Hulk fans who objected. There is not even a hint of this being the case in the actual comic.
Quote:Because he has never been shown that powerful?
Sure he has. He's been shown to be just as powerful as Superman, something Superman himself stated..
Quote:PAD made a rule in that comic if the character was pinned for even a second, he would lose. Cap wasn't worried about losing to Thor, he was worried about getting pinned. That's why Namor lost to Aquaman when he got pinned by a whale.
Getting pinned equates to losing to Thor based on the rules of the fight, so he was going to lose to Thor if he didn't turn into Billy, and he lost anyway when he turned into Billy.
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