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motifian

Member Since: Sat Jun 10, 2017
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Primetime

Member Since: Tue Dec 29, 2009
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Subj: Re: It is quite funny
Posted: Fri Feb 02, 2018 at 12:12:57 pm EST (Viewed 31 times)
Reply Subj: Re: It is quite funny
Posted: Thu Feb 01, 2018 at 11:30:52 pm EST (Viewed 30 times)



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      Both Squirrel Girl and Galactus agreed that it was real Thanos.



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    Galactus didn’t know anything about it until she brought it up.


And? It's the writer's way to acknowledge a previous scenario as a canon and making clear it was real Thanos.

BTW Dan Slott never retconned Thanos loss. He just introduced another clone of Thanos which She Hulk defeated.


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      You can make any amount of excuses you want but it's not going to change anything.



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    I’m not making any excuse. I’m showing how you are wrong.


Uh-huh. Good luck with that.


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      Kyle did not suckerpunch Thanos. He defeated him straight up and Thanos ends up in a fetal position defeated.



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    He did. He attacked Thanos from behind.


No, he didn't. He chained Thanos and then when Thanos broke the chain he drained him.


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      A GL can't just absorb oan energy like nothing, that's not how it works.



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    He didn’t absorb Thanos’s innate power. So he didn’t win.


He absorbed his amplified power which was far beyond his own powers and defeated him.


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      Yes and overpowered Thor like the small god he is.



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    He barely won.


Not the way it looks.


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      Darkseid is a bigger god than both Thor and Odin.



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    Yet throws in the towel when beat down by Superman. Thor gave Superman a tougher fight.


Odin threw in the towel against a young Thor much worse.

Superman beats Thor's lights out. He has still not koed Darkseid anytime.


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