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motifian

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Primetime

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Subj: Re: So let me get this perfectly straight...
Posted: Tue Dec 26, 2017 at 10:13:33 pm EST (Viewed 45 times)
Reply Subj: Re: So let me get this perfectly straight...
Posted: Tue Dec 26, 2017 at 11:02:15 am EST (Viewed 49 times)



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      Wut? There is even a recap page in Thor 35 that shows Gladiator punched Thor once only.

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    You do realize that Gladiator’s KO of Thor is more impressive than Superman’s right? Anyhow, below is Dan Jurgen’s description of the fight:



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Gladiator also didn't KO Thor by straight up overpowering him like Superman did.

Jurgens never said that in between the panels Gladiator hits Thor several times. His recap scene even shows that.


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      Thor was well aware of Gladiator and hit him a few times with minimal effects.



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    Gladiator uses the the building rubble he tosses to distract Thor why he flies hidden behind the rubble. Once Thor swats the rubble away, Gladiator suddenly appears and separates Thor from Mjolnir. This if before Thor’s current portrayal of being able to summon Mjolnir back to him. Glads gains the advantage using strategy.


Thor has always been able to summon mjolnir back to him.

Thor was well aware of the fight and it was his mistake to look at other side.

Gladiator did not suckerpunched him.


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      They were still in the time sled which allowed them to move freely. Reed confirmed that they would be statues if not for the sled. And Thor didn't had any bubble on him. It was handed to Sue.

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    Huh? The time sled is the vehicle they use to travel to the future. It seats about 6 passengers. They are out of it and moving around the area doing work. The time bubble is the area affected by Galactus that is probably billions a miles where Time is slowed down. They use the devices strapped to their bodies so as to not be affected by the slowed time. Thus Gladiator perceived them as moving at superspeed. He accelerated himself to match them. We see the device on Thor before the fight but after Gladiator’s first blow, the device is no longer on Thor, yet each of the others is still wearing their’s.


Thor is not wearing any portable device before that either. It's a simple artist mistake and Gladiator confirms that Reed and others were moving due to time dilation.


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      Gladiator says that they were all traveling as Ghosts of time.

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    He says that because the are moving to fast for the rest of the world to see. While they are moving, the rest of the world is motionless. He achieves this by accelerating himself and they achieve it using the devices strapped to their bodies. Thor’s device is gone after Gladiator’s first blow.


So you are saying Thor was moving at hyperspeed there? The guy who Simonson wrote as slower than even Balder?


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