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Braugi

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Marvelfan

Subj: ah, comparing different versions...how about if we use the Superman from the Superman animated series
Posted: Thu Feb 09, 2017 at 08:46:20 pm EST (Viewed 12 times)
Reply Subj: Well, I guess that we disagree fundamentally and
Posted: Thu Feb 09, 2017 at 05:29:38 pm EST (Viewed 10 times)

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therefore I would say that believing Thor is (or should be in a crossover) anywhere close to Superman is baloney.

You can also look at it from the films: Do you really think that anybody who has never heard of Thor or Superman would give Thor any chance of winning against Superman? (well, maybe a very few people would but this has more to do with the nature of people than anything conveyed in the portrayals)

then its lower...and which Superman movies are we talking about...very different portrayals from the Chris Reeve version to the more recent.

All in all, if we're talking the in comic Thor vs. Post Crisis Superman, on the whole I think you can say its comparable....if you look at it from pre DOS only, I think Thor comes out quite a bit ahead, and probably a bit ahead pre early 2000's.

Current Superman, I honestly don't know.

Pre Crisis Superman probably comes out ahead by a fair margin, with more frequent planetary to solar system feats, with Thor and his peers having only a few feats greater than planetary level in the Silver Age, but even SA Superman had his less impressive showings. Comic book Thor is generally superior to Golden Age Superman as well.

Start mixing in movies, again, fairly debatable...we saw in Avengers Thor go toe to toe with the Hulk, and some pretty impressive stuff in the final battle, but I honestly need to re review the movies to do a fair comparison...though the Chris Reeve Superman was likely more powerful than either of the more recent versions....


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