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Subj: Not really
Posted: Wed Feb 08, 2017 at 02:24:09 pm CST (Viewed 217 times)
Reply Subj: Wow, Thor myth's debunked.
Posted: Wed Feb 08, 2017 at 12:53:31 pm CST (Viewed 197 times)

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

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        What issue did this happen in?



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    Green Lantern 0 and Green Lantern annual 7.



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

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        What issue did this happen in?



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    Adventures of Superman 649.



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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.

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

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          There is absolutely nothing in the comic about the bomb starting a chain reaction. You just made that up.



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    Really? I just drew this?



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    The bombs were destroyed without any blasts occurring. Photon, Cap, Surfer all destroyed the bombs.






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    Heck, Cap destroyed one when it was going off.



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      One fifth of the universe would have died if Thor did not contain that bomb.



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    All he did was cut it off from rest of space time and hence stopped the chain reaction.



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    http://www.turboimagehost.com/p/15643645/Avengers_Annual_16-11.jpg.html



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      Dying in the process has no effect on the feat itself. Superman could not absorb the energy that could destroy one fifth of the universe. Sometimes he can't even handle the energy of a single star, much less the energy that would destroy trillions of stars.



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    Heh, that's why he physically absorbed the power of maggeddon which could destroy half the galaxy?





he still contained the blast. Even if a chain reaction would lead to the destruction of the universe it is still a massive bomb that would be capable of universal destruction.

It hardly proves much or disproves what others are saying. To listen to this fellow Thor should not beable to overpower Batman.




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