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zvelf

Member Since: Sat May 17, 2008
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In Reply To
abhijit

Subj: Re: Let's clarify with some scans
Posted: Thu Feb 09, 2017 at 03:27:26 pm EST (Viewed 106 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Let's clarify with some scans
Posted: Thu Feb 09, 2017 at 04:46:28 am EST (Viewed 153 times)



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      That doesn't make my point any less relevant. Your arguing the physical damage against some nigh omnipotent beings should count as stupendous feats when I'm pointing out that physical damage doesn't always mean anything to nigh omnipotent beings.


    You are acting like Darkseid and Joker allowed it to happen.


Their intention is irrelevant. Superman's attack didn't do anything to them. It was completely meaningless and then they whooped Superman easily.


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        But do tell us how many times a top tier has shattered a nigh omnipotent being.

      Here is Thor doing it to Galactus:


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    Thor merely shattered his helmet and got knocked out in process. Where is Galactus literally shattered in half?


You've already lost all credibility in this thread with the way you twist the truth. Thor was never knocked out when he attacked Galactus. Silver Surfer strikes Thor a second after Thor hit Galactus and Surfer knocks Thor from Earth all the way to Mars. That even hurts Surfer but Thor says, "I didn't feel a thing."




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    After Superman punched the shit out of Death and Death admitted defeat.

Death was obviously just schmoozing Superman. Right after, Death talked all about admiring Superman and Superman being a big inspiration. Superman can't beat Death when Superman was beaten to death by Doomsday. Heck, a gas station explosion knocked him out during that story.


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    That only shows Hal Jordan is the man. Krona was powered up by entire emotional spectrum which powers up the entire creation.

But Krona's durability sure was low.


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                Again, Thor won. Superman lost and lost easily. Winning is more impressive than losing.

            Because Darkseid was far more powerful than Galactus can ever dream to be

        Actually, Galactus owns the Ultimate Nullifier, which can destroy the entire universe. He could just nullify soulfire Darkseid and that would be that.

    Heh, the creator of the creation itself lost to Darkseid and you think a puny weapon like UN can defeat Darkseid?


Sure it could. We've seen it destroys universes before. Orion eventually kills this Darkseid by ripping his heart from his body.


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    They were directly stated to be equal to him in power.

The statements are that Odin rivals Galactus in power and that Galactus could match the Watcher's power, not that they are exactly equal. In any event, Odin and the Watcher's power being close to Galactus' is not an indication of Galactus not being powerful but of Odin and the Watcher being very powerful.


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      Also Zeus said Thor resisted Zeus more than all the Titans put together and all the gods of Olympus. I guess Thor is more powerful than all the Titans put together and all the gods of Olympus:


    Resisting something doesn't means powerful. Red Skull with cosmic cube said Scarlet Witch resisted him more than Thor too. Does that makes her more powerful?


The difference is that Thor resisted in direct combat with Zeus.


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      Which of course you don't. And it's not opinion. Stan Lee created the character. What he says about his own character isn't opinion.

But that doesn't means Galactus was God of marvel because under his own writing he was stated to be rivalled by Odin and Watcher.


You really don't remember the point of this line of argument, do you? You said that "silver age Galactus wasn't worth crap." Stan Lee envisioning Galactus as metaphorically, not literally, representing God in fighting the Fantastic Four shows that you're the one who is full of crap. Odin and the Watcher being nearly as powerful has no bearing on that. They were the most powerful beings in Marvel then.


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    Ommitting the fact that Darkseid was far more powerful than usual and Galactus is a puny feeb.


Yes, you think Galactus, who destroyed 3 star systems with a single blast in Annihilation is a "puny feeb." If that's the case, what does that make Darkseid? Here Galactus no-sells Darkseid's most powerful attack. The omega beams do absolutely nothing to Galactus and Galactus then chumps Darkseid, and this is a hungry Galactus too. Perhaps Superman's toughest foe is nothing to Galactus.






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      Which can be your only response because you can't rebut it logically or with evidence.

Heh, when Galactus can destroy a planet by just a finger flick, do let me know.


As I noted, a weakened Galactus destroyed 3 star systems in Annihilation with one blast:





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        No. Thor beat Ego singlehandedly.

    Thirty issues earlier? Because Thor was almost dead before some aliens saved him and healed him from that blast of Ego in Thor 161.


That attack was the equivalent of a sucker punch on Thor. In direct combat, Thor beat Ego, which even you just admitted.


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      And Superman got ko'd by a kid with telekinesis, a gas station explosion, and Dr. Light. That shows Galactus and John Stewart are thousands of times more durable than Superman.

    But Superman tanked two planets colliding better than Galactus under the same writer.


Nope. Superman was knocked unconscious. Galactus was not.


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    And one planet exploding killed Omega, who was twice as powerful as Galactus.

    So how much more durable is Superman compared to puny Galactus?


Not at all because Galactus was not knocked out by the planets colliding and Superman was. In the planet collision, Galactus was also hit by a nuclear arsenal. Superman doesn't take nuclear weapons nearly as well:


In comparison, the comics state that even an atomic blast can't injure Thor:







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