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Member Since: Tue Dec 29, 2009
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motifian

Member Since: Sat Jun 10, 2017
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Subj: Re: Ultimates 100 Spoilers
Posted: Sat Aug 19, 2017 at 09:59:45 am EDT (Viewed 71 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Ultimates 100 Spoilers
Posted: Sat Aug 19, 2017 at 08:04:54 am EDT (Viewed 61 times)

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    That is exactly what happened. Read the scans you yourself linked to. I have the comic right in front of me. Logos blasts Galactus, Black Panther in the form of the Tiger God arrives behind Logos, grabs Logos, states this is Black Panther's power and not the Tiger God's, pries Logos open until you see Chaos and Order in his mouth, and Chaos asks if he's free now.

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      Exactly, they weren't freed until the dark celestials were destroyed and the infection in Order was destroyed.



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      Sigh. Correlation is not causation. The comic plainly shows you the cause. Black Panther freed Chaos, Order, and the In-Betweener and you can see him doing it even before the Dark Celestials go down.


    No, he didn't. Simple as that. They were freed when the infection from dark celestials was destroyed.


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      But I like how Panther announcing himself before attacking is a sneak attack.



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      You hear his voice but you don't see where he's coming from, and the panel clearly showing Panther attacking Logos from behind.


    That's Tiger God, not Panther.


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      And its as much physical as metaphysical considering Galactus was physically poisoned by Logos.

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        Not metaphysical, metaphorical. There is a big difference. Remember, the writer is The One Above All in Marvel. It's no coincidence that the comic opens with The One Above All. The writer is making a statement here.

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        You are just making one leap of logic from another.



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        I can't help it if you don't know the difference between metaphysics and metaphor.


      Help yourself first.


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        Logos defeated Galactus. You can't make excuses for that.



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        Logos should defeat Galactus. I never said otherwise.


      Should Panther?


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        Logos never even gets a chance to attack Panther, so I'm not sure how much of a fight this even is. Third, in a battle of pure will, not power, I can see Black Panther's exceeding Galactus'. There aren't many characters with the strength of will that T'Challa has. It's not a disgrace for Galactus. Don't let your anti-Galactus agenda blind you to the specifics of the story.

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        This is a laughable excuse for Galactus poor showing.

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      Not as laughable as your attempt to dismiss it without any explanation.

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      There is nothing to explain. Galactus got punked just like usual.



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      See, this statement lays it all out. This isn't about you trying to be right. It's just you expressing your disdain for a character and whatever reasons you can come up for it, actual evidence be damned, you'll grasp at those straws.


    Nope, I tell what I see. I'm not the one grasping straws of how Black Panther defeating Logos isn't a bad showing for Galactus.


No one is grasping at straws but you. Panther wins based on having greater symbolic resonance. It's somewhat contrived, but it is what it is.

Even the writer states on his twitter page that Galactus can't breach the shield due to having gone through so much.

https://mobile.twitter.com/Al_Ewing/status/898310095372791808


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