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Subj: Re: So let me get this perfectly straight...
Posted: Sun Dec 24, 2017 at 09:16:41 am EST (Viewed 64 times)
Reply Subj: Re: So let me get this perfectly straight...
Posted: Sun Dec 24, 2017 at 04:26:13 am EST (Viewed 65 times)
Quote:He can try.. Thor can see him coming though- just ask Gladiator (who's a very skilled fighter- btw), and Hyperion. See, you're not bringing anything new to the table that Thor has not seen. Nice try though... If Thor were to send the hammer at warp speed like a missile to track him down and kill him, or simply materialize part of his hammer inside BA's noggin it will be all over for him. Thor has dozens of way he can finish BA. It's just to darn bad BA can't do say the same.
Gladiator was moving at hyperspeed and keeping up with Thor when Thor had to artificially sped up by Reed Richards to move in a time warp.
Gladiator also knocked out Thor in two punches when he used his speed after punting mjolnir across city.
Thor had never used mjolnir like that and it's hardly usable here.
Quote:Yes he is.. He has hurt Galactus, defeated Ego, Surtur and even Glory y himself. Your guy would get squash by these Entities simply because he doesn't have the fire power, or do you actually believe that he could equal Thor in power? What Energy Projection (Mystical, Cosmic, etc.), Energy Absorption, increase ANY kind of energy source exponentially, vast control over Elemental/Wheather he possesses that that could hope to equal that of Thors? I believe that you've lost this argument a long time ago, you just don't know it yet.
So has Black Adam. He has punched through Spectre who is more powerful than all of the above characters combined. He had ripped Amazo's head off who had the power of entire JLA.
Unless you think Thor is more powerful than entire JLA or Spectre.
So by your logic Adam just rips Thor's head off or punches through him.
There will be a time when you will realize Thor isn't the only character who has hurt high level characters.
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