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zvelf

Member Since: Sat May 17, 2008
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motifian

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Subj: Re: Ah, so you have changed your tack,
Posted: Tue Dec 19, 2017 at 02:50:21 pm EST (Viewed 140 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Ah, so you have changed your tack,
Posted: Tue Dec 19, 2017 at 12:29:20 am EST (Viewed 142 times)



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    Superman wasn't injured much by Thor. He was only angry.


Yeah, that was why he was struggling to stand while mouthing Thor may have been his toughest opponent ever.


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    Nowhere did I say Thor is more powerful than Odin.


You think Thor beats Odin in a fight.


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      Busiek has not written Thor fighting Nefaria to my knowledge. However, it shouldn't matter who wrote it. Thor still one-shot Nefaria and it's canon.
    He showed it in flashback and Hank Pym said even with Thor, Nefaria was unbeatable by Avengers.


That's not writing a Thor-Nefaria fight! That's referencing an already written fight! You really have no credibility because you think Thor is more powerful than Odin, that Odin is a weakling, and you purposely use examples you know are misleading.


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    Nefaria was also weakened by Moon Knight before Thor beat him.


Moon Knight could do nothing to Nefaria who was winning easily until Thor arrived. You really have no credibility because you think Thor is more powerful than Odin, that Odin is a weakling, and you purposely use examples you know are misleading.


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        Superman got a power up but it didn't change his position in the hierarchy.
      Uh, Superman was already the top Earth DC hero so of course making him even more powerful wouldn't change the hierarchy. That's also irrelevant.
    No, he didn't look anymore powerful with his peers than before.


The comics explicitly stated he got a power up! And he did look more powerful. The first time Superman faced Orion, Orion beat him easily. Subsequently, Superman looked at least Orion's equal.


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    I sense I hit a nerve calling your precious Odin a weakling, eh?


No, I'm gleeful that you discredit yourself.




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