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Poltargyst

Member Since: Sat Nov 29, 2008
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abhijit

Subj: Re: similar things have been said about Gladiator...
Posted: Fri Feb 10, 2017 at 09:49:07 pm EST (Viewed 129 times)
Reply Subj: Re: similar things have been said about Gladiator...
Posted: Thu Feb 09, 2017 at 11:18:14 pm EST (Viewed 148 times)



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        But Superman wasn't fighting Hulk, the only duel was if Hulk could even move Superman.

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          It isn't saying Hulk is reaching Superman in strength though. Where is it stated?

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        The entire encounter between them is the duel. The Hulk is certainly trying to hurt Superman and we are told that the outcome is in doubt which means he might succeed. The only way I can think of for the Hulk to succeed is for his strength to approach Superman's. Why in the last panel does Superman need to raise his hand to block Hulk's punch? Are Hulk's punches starting to hurt him?



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    Uh-huh, there is no duel between Superman and Hulk. The only thing that was being tested was if Hulk could even move Superman as stated explicitly in the comic.


The narrator tells you there is a "strange duel" between them.


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    Hulk might hurt Superman but hurting someone and actually beating someone is a different thing.


The narrator tells you that the duel is in doubt, i.e. Superman could lose.


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    There is no reason give for why Superman blocked Hulk's punch but its not due to being hurt.


How do you know that?

You do at least acknowledge, right, that because of his ever-increasing strength, the Hulk was becoming capable of overcoming whatever power Superman was using to keep him in place?


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