Dave Galanter
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Subj: Re: Game, set, match
Posted: Mon Feb 05, 2018 at 10:31:43 pm EST (Viewed 188 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Game, set, match
Posted: Mon Feb 05, 2018 at 12:14:53 am EST (Viewed 192 times)



        No, you're just talking about the attack that broke the alliance. The next page in WW #173 shows the energy drain tendrils that happen AFTER the Superman-Darkseid fight.
      Brainiac had already pierced "heart of apokolips" and when Superman returns to Apokolips in AOS 595 it was shown as well.

    For once in your life, stop misleading. It was Brainiac 13's attack on Apokolips that interrupted Superman and Darkseid's very fight, so it happens AFTER the fight.

Are you sure about this? What is this then?


The tendril was attached to Lex Tower and Warworld.

And omega beams were expanded against Imperiex, not Superman.


      It makes no sense for a tether to drain Darkseid.


    Wrong. Let's see what the comic actually says. "Darkseid is folding his tent because he's weakened by the full expenditure of his omega effect (which was expended on and shrugged off by Superman by the way), and by Warworld's TENDRIL lashing of Apokolips." Game, set, match.

That's not a tether. The tendril was established by Brainiac 13 in Superman 173.

And Omega beams ruptured Imperiex's armor. That's where they were expanded to, not against Superman as you are suggesting.

That's never shown or stated.



      For what reason? By your logic Darkseid was no threat to Warworld, why stop him in that situation?

    Your point is that Darkseid could have destroyed Warworld and sundipped Superman by himself. We will see why that's wrong in a moment, but we've already seen the omegas unable to take down normal Superman so what makes you think it'll take down sundipped Superman?

But omega beams were weakened in that situation hence why Superman was able to take them.

You're applying circular logic as always.


      Superman was on Warworld there, he would've been killed with Warworld as well.

    That's pure speculation on your part that the attack would kill Superman so all your links trying to show how powerful this Superman was is irrelevant. And your evaluation is also pure speculation too. It's all based on this one point, which is just some hyperbole that Irons thows out.

No, it's what the comic suggests. Speculation is what you're doing.

It's not a hyperbole Irons throws out, it's a statement which shows how powerful Warworld was.

Your attempts to make both Superman and Darkseid look weak are amusing to say the least.

Irrelevant. Superman can lift half of infinity in that situation. It wasn't just a hyperbole as previously Aegis could easily oneshot the same tendrils and then it couldn't.

Oh and Thor got put in a coma by a ship mast in the same issue.


    What is very, very telling though is that you only show that one panel with Irons and omit the rest of that page. Hmm, what does the rest of that page show. Oh! LexCorp is using tech that "will send every other atom of Warworld five minutes into the future"! So it's not just Darkseid's attack that will destroy Warworld as you insinuated. I'm afraid I caught you trying to be misleading yet again by hiding the very evidence that contradicts your claims. Tsk tsk tsk.


That was a different attack than Darkseid's omega beams attack.

Tsk, Tsk.

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