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abhijit

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Primetime

Subj: Re: Superman vs Thor: Comparison
Posted: Thu Feb 09, 2017 at 03:54:00 am EST (Viewed 205 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Superman vs Thor: Comparison
Posted: Wed Feb 08, 2017 at 12:05:26 pm EST (Viewed 11 times)



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      And where is it shown because that's the same energy trail hitting J'onn as well.



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    It's noticeably different. The energy trailing Mjolnir in issue #1 is identical to the one coming from Superman. Mjolnir is in his mid-section.


No, it isn't. Thor has mjolnir in his hands twirling it in both situations when lightning hits J'onn and Superman.


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          Where did Busiek said Superman used speed?

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          On Comicboards.

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        Link?



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    Here he says that Superman's near Flash level non-running speed compensates for Thor's greater skill and combat experience.



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    https://comicboards.com/php/show.php?rpy=avengers-2003102302381000&search=meal&searchcommand=speed&layout=thread



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    And here he discusses the possibility of speed being used.



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    https://comicboards.com/php/show.php?rpy=avengers-2003102316395300&search=meal&searchcommand=speed&layout=thread


So he doesn't ever say that Superman used speed off panel? Good to know.




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      No, he is quite above Thor. Already shown twice too.



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    They only fight once and that shows a near even, hard fought battle that could have gone either way and both receive considerable damage off panel.



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    https://comicboards.com/php/show.php?rpy=avengers-2003102903093500&search=meal&searchcommand=off-panel&layout=thread



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    https://comicboards.com/php/show.php?rpy=avengers-2004033122030600&search=meal&searchcommand=speed&layout=thread


That wasn't a near even fight. Near even fights don't end with one character catching other character's finishing move and saying "No bro, you don't measure up to me."