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Subj: Re: my mistake, he was a human, not a Vulcan at the time...so that instance doesn't exist...
Posted: Sat Oct 07, 2017 at 09:59:17 am EDT (Viewed 234 times)
Reply Subj: my mistake, he was a human, not a Vulcan at the time...so that instance doesn't exist...
Posted: Fri Oct 06, 2017 at 01:36:59 pm EDT (Viewed 291 times)
Quote:As to the Star Trek vs. Xmen...I don't know either, because IMO Wolverine, for a VERY long time wasn't depicted as a very good fighter...even now he usually isn't, until they want to show him as the best fighter in the MU again...one of the things I hate about Wolverine...
Anyway, it does at least show that Spock can play in that ballpark pretty well. I think he'd be a decent meta character in the MU.
For what it's worth, the first X-Men/Star Trek crossover was scripted by Scott Lobdell, who also wrote Wolverine getting the better of Shang-Chi. It wasn't strictly a pure martial arts duel (Logan slammed him, then put his claws to Shang's throat), but nonetheless, it was clearly acknowledged that Logan was skilled.
Still, when you consider that he had no idea who Spock was, and launched himself at him in a brash manner, I don't think Spock had to be a high level martial artist in order to be able to grab his shoulder and squeeze.