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Subj: Re: Rank in terms of hard durability
Posted: Sat Sep 09, 2017 at 05:53:20 am EDT (Viewed 357 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Rank in terms of hard durability
Posted: Sat Sep 09, 2017 at 03:19:28 am EDT (Viewed 372 times)


      The Hulk's resistance to cuts has varied alot over the years; that ranking probably does tend towards the lower showings, although the lower showings have been more prevalent in recent decades than the higher end stuff. Admittedly, I wasn't aware of the two showings you cited. Hulk shrugging off adamantium bullets in particular is quite a surprising showing for him to have in the modern era.

    Yes, it was. Under Waid Hulk was all but indestructible (pun intended).


    Hulk was even noted to be weakened.

That's a great showing. I actually prefer a Hulk with high durability and lower healing (still superhuman, but not Wolverine level), rather than the other way around.


      Thor may be a little low too, on reflection. He and Jane have been getting better showings in terms of being bulletproof in recent years.

    Being bulletproof. Aaron has Thor surprisingly squishy and he has been run through by simple spears and gored by minotaur and mystique stabbed him through by an ice shard.

It could be argued that a Minotaur's horn would hit harder than a bullet. Same goes for a spear made of the metal of Asgard (or some other godly realm), thrown by someone with 35 ton level strength (Hawkeye's arrows could pierce Piledriver's skin, even though it was acknowledged that Piledriver is bulletproof). That ice shard showing sounds very inconsistent with Thor being bulletproof though.


      I could see those two being flipped around; they were right next to each other on that list anyway, and those were only rough lists. There're a few other characters I might rank slightly differently on a different day, depending on my mood.

    But I don't think Thor has ever shown he has a clear edge on surfer in terms of blunt force damage. Surfer has however.

As I said, I could see those two being flipped around.

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