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zvelf

Member Since: Sat May 17, 2008
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motifian

Member Since: Sat Jun 10, 2017
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Subj: Re: Fourth Battle Scan: Superman vs. Darkseid: Adventures of Superman #595
Posted: Thu Feb 01, 2018 at 08:33:42 pm EST (Viewed 76 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Third Battle Scan: Superman vs. Darkseid: Batman Superman #13
Posted: Thu Feb 01, 2018 at 07:26:39 am EST (Viewed 71 times)



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      And yet, on a separate occasion, Superman "did" beat Darkseid and without the benefit of being so close to the sun. He even posted scans of it and your best come back is Darkseid stunned Superman with a backhand? Your point is exactly...what?
    Superman only did that after Darkseid hurt himself.


Your "skyfather" Darkseid's durability must be pretty lame then because Superman has tanked Darkseid's omegas, which again is "skyfather" Darkseid's most potent attack, without undue suffering. Here is Superman tanking Darkseid's omegas in 5 different panels whereas according to you, Darkseid is deeply debilitated by a single hit by his own omegas. This is the entirety of the fight in Adventures of Superman #595 because after the last panel, Warworld interrupts the fight.


















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    Without omegas, Darkseid beat Superman down under the same writer in MOS 116.


Darkseid did momentarily beat down Superman down in Man of Steel #116, but that's helped by Darkseid using a blindside attack against Superman to start the fight, not to mention that Superman had just gotten through beating Kalibak. Superman is never knocked out and right after, Superman steals Darkseid's Entropy Aegis armor right in front of him.

Again, I think Darkseid should be depicted as a teambuster above Superman, but a lot of the time, he simply hasn't been as borne out by all these scans in prominent storylines.




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