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Primetime

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motifian

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Subj: Re: So let me get this perfectly straight...
Posted: Wed Dec 27, 2017 at 09:35:16 am EST (Viewed 12 times)
Reply Subj: Re: So let me get this perfectly straight...
Posted: Tue Dec 26, 2017 at 10:13:33 pm EST (Viewed 76 times)



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


Superman never overpowers Thor. He wins by landing one solid final punch on top of other punishment that both receive. Blocking a blow is not overpowering.


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


He says that they fight off panel during the three panels showing Mjolnir floating in the air. Fighting tends to involve both combatants throwing repeated blows.


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


Not true. Brevoort argued that he couldn't do so along with arguing that Thor was not bulletproof. He said that the couple of occasions where Thor was written as doing so were wrong and that history shows this. He did admit that the movie's influence preceded at firm establishment of Thor being able to summon Mjolnir, but not before and not from Simonson.

Historically, the hammer only comes back immediately after being tossed by Thor.


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



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    Gladiator did not suckerpunched him.


No one said that he sucker punched him. I said he used a successful strategy.


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    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.


He most certainly is wearing it. You can see it strapped across his chest.

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