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Subj: Re: Ultimates 100 Spoilers
Posted: Thu Aug 17, 2017 at 06:06:15 pm EDT (Viewed 73 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Ultimates 100 Spoilers
Posted: Thu Aug 17, 2017 at 03:15:34 pm EDT (Viewed 74 times)
Quote:And Quasar is more powerful than Galactus.
Quote:Not necessarily. The shield had been under near continuous assault for a long time before Quasar attacked it. Galactus would not likely be aware of that and is making his assessment of his power against a fresh shield. Note that Quasar could not breach a fresh shield either when she was tested against it.
Quote:Carol said she had rest and the shield didn't had any issues or shown to be weakened.
You just lost all credibility with that excuse. Carol didn't say anything about the shield not being weakened. It had just been hit by Rocket Raccoon's null bomb! The issue devoted four pages to the null bomb for a reason. Instead you're assuming Quasar doubled in power after being in a coma and the null bomb did zip to the shield.
Quote:Wrong. Black Panther frees Chaos and Order by stretching Logos' face until Chaos and Order can escape.
Quote:That's something you can even read where Eternity says that the infection is gone when the celestials destroy the dark celestials.
Nope. Even before the Celestials beat the Dark Celestials, Black Panther is prying open Logos and Chaos notes that he's nearly free. Galactus also observes this and flat out states, "This cannot be and yet if humanity can prevail where primal aspects fail and fall, all things are possible."
Quote:But to think Black Panther can do anything to someone stomping Galactus is even more ludicrous.
It's not ludicrous in the realm of metaphor.
Quote:Tiger God is the one who is shown beating Logos.
Quote:Again, wrong. Black Panther specifically states, "The power of the Tiger God allowed me to ascend to this plane -- a guide and shield -- but the power I wield now is my own on this level... combat is metaphor. And I am the king." So Black Panther's power disassembles Logos, not the Tiger God's.
Quote:So are you saying Black Panther is more powerful than Galactus? Because Logos easily defeated Galactus a few issues ago.
In the realm of metaphor where battles are not physical and whose rules are ambiguous, Black Panther can do something that Galactus can't. You want to call what Black Panther did to Logos a fight, but it's not really. Black Panther frees Logos' captive component parts with the equivalent of sneaking up on Logos. What you're doing is reading the issue the way you want it to read as opposed to what is flat-out stated, that T'Challa is using his own power. How can you dispute that? Did Al Ewing write those words randomly according to you?
Quote:That was early Eternity and his powers were ill defined.
It's still canon.
Quote:Busiek showed Dormammu less than nothing to Eternity.
And yet we've seen Dormammu give Eternity a good fight in one instance, and in another, with a tilt of the universal axis, beat Eternity.
Quote:He was compared to throwing a match into fuel. When he was destroyed his entire power couldn't even burn continental sized Asgard.
Nonsense. How can someone who is destroyed do anything?
Quote:It was not hyperbole. The Dark Gods stated that the outcome of Odin's fight with Seth could cause the fall of the universe. Multiple Marvel characters could feel the impact of the battle which was shaking the entire space-time continuum and tearing at the fabric of the multiverse.
Quote:Yes, it was. If Seth could destroy universe he wouldn't need Yggdrasil to destroy just nine realms who are continental sized.
First, each of the Nine Realms is its own dimension, not just a continent. Sheesh. Midgard is one of the Nine Realms and it comprises an entire universe made up of billions of galaxies. Second, Seth was causing the shaking and tearing of the multiverse only with Odin's power on top of his. As Odin won, his power was actually greater.
Quote:It was all silver age hyperbole like Defalco was fond of tossing around.
Third, you obviously don't understand what hyperbole is. Depicting all these characters stating what they are actually observing is not hyperbole. So you're saying the Silver Surfer, Doctor Strange, the Dark Gods, and Jean Grey were all lying.
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