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Braugi

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abhijit

Subj: and Kyle Rayner and Superman together could barely touch a mini black hole...
Posted: Tue Feb 07, 2017 at 09:43:01 am CST (Viewed 15 times)
Reply Subj: Re: I know, but I was looking at some recent ones that were good
Posted: Mon Feb 06, 2017 at 11:20:39 pm CST (Viewed 160 times)

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    Terrax split the planet Galador in two with a swing of his axe,
    While wearing the belt of strength, the shockwaves from Thor hitting a Celestial shattered cities and mountaintops across an entire planet...compared toSuperman shattering windows in Metropolis when fighting Doomsday, its orders of magnitude above, even if he was at 2X, its a feat that is thousands of times more impressive....


Kyle Rayner destroyed entire planets with just a blast from his ring as well.

Superman's punches shook earth to its core against Doomsday as revealed later. His fight with Khyber shook entire planet while he was fighting in orbit.

He has actually destroyed space time barriers with the shockwaves of his punches.


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    Most of the showings mentioned though are post Silver Age...Marvel still has those silver age feats in continuity, so you're dealing with absorption of the bomb that would have destroyed 1/4 of the Universe etc.


Thor didn't do any such thing, all he did was stop a chain reaction. And he actually died stopping that bomb.

Terrax tried to hide from Galactus inside a huge one, with no problem...showings all over the place. The point remains that all of the 'herald levelers' in the MU, and many of the 'near herald levelers' have planetary and above feats. They also have lower end showings.

DC doesn't tend to have as many low end showings, that is true, but conversely Marvel has some truly absurd feats, like a Hulk Thunderclap destroying a pocket universe, or Thor handily absorbing a blast that would have destroyed 1/4 of the universe.

Merged Hulk was also featured in an even armwrestling contest with the Thing...was he holding back, I would hope so. Yes, he handled some villains more easily than Hulk, but seemed to have more trouble with Thor, at least in the Hela instance.




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