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Subj: Re: How many retcons does Thanos need?
Posted: Mon Feb 05, 2018 at 09:30:13 am EST (Viewed 107 times)
Reply Subj: Re: How many retcons does Thanos need?
Posted: Fri Feb 02, 2018 at 03:12:24 pm EST (Viewed 167 times)

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    It is what happens when you have one uber friendly writer that cannot see you fail. Really, the Thor loss was not bad given what Thor was throwing at him (although strange when you consider what he took from Odin, Galactus and Tyrant at other times).

I think that you severely underestimate Thor's powers. Didn't Thor defeat Galactus, Ego, Surtur and other Uber powerful Entities at one point? Didn't Thor absorbed Thanos blast and,somehow,
re-produced that same energy in his Hammer a 100 times more potent and blasted Thanos with it? That with all account should've Thanos obliterated from existence. I truly believe the writer protected Thanos for there is no LOGICAL way Thanos should've survive that kind of onslaught couple with Thor's powers behind it AT THE SAME TIME!! Unless, someone out there actually believes that Thanos blasts
are EXTREMELY weak!! That blast my friend could've taken out someone like Tyrant. I truly feel that Thor defeating Ego was far more impressive show of pure power than that reverse blast Thor hit Thanos with. Some fans, and especially, some Marvel writers do not give Thor any credit at all-and That's just the way it is. Thor can defeat Thanos- as he has defeated even more powerful foes- like it or not.

    The Kazar one (even though the fight is a bit more than what some thing) was the one that made the most sense to me.

    I would like some other things to be retconed with other characters, but Starlin always protected his boy.

Also lost or struggled with far weaker. So, selective reading at its finest.

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