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Subj: Re: Another Battle Scan: Superman vs. Darkseid: Action Comics #586
Posted: Mon Feb 05, 2018 at 10:42:07 pm EST (Viewed 95 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Another Battle Scan: Superman vs. Darkseid: Action Comics #586
Posted: Mon Feb 05, 2018 at 12:05:55 am EST (Viewed 73 times)
Ka zar had only one fight with Thanos so its hardly possible to collect the rest of the fights.
Quote:You omit the most important part - that the trade is a collection of Superman-Darkseid fights titled Superman vs. Darkseid! If it's not Superman fighting Darkseid in a collection of Superman fighting Darkseid, then what's it doing in that book? The Ka-Zar trade is not a collection of Ka-Zar fighting Thanos, isn't titled Ka-Zar vs. Thanos, it's just a trade collecting old Ka-Zar stories, in one of which he fights a "low level model" of Thanos.
Concession accepted. It's not irrelevant by any means.
No, you didn't. I've read the thread and you never admitted that you're wrong.
I did once argue that on the board, I was pointed to other evidence by other posters on the board, and I admitted I was wrong.
Quote:Superman was amped by being at the sun and as I've checked you argued once that Thor used his own power set to beat Thanos too.
Quote:You're wrong again. Here is the post admitting I was wrong:
Look what I found.
Quote:Jurgens had written this as the real Thanos. Starlin retconned this into a Thanos clone to Jurgen's objection. Marvel's solicitations of this story call this retcon into question. In any case, power-wise for all intents and purposes, this is the real Thanos. Thanos powers himself up with the Chalice of Ruins and the Illumination Stone. To display this power, he destroys a planet with one blast. Thor counters by getter his belt of strength, a magic shield, and magic armor from Asgard. Powered-up Thor and even more powered-up Thanos have a straight fight. Thor wins.
Thor was not losing. If he were, he could not have reached the stone in the first place. A powered-up Thor overcame an even more powered-up Thanos to remove his power-up. There is absolutely nothing unfair about that.
First, Thor's belt of strength is part of his power set that he can resort to if he wants. Second, Thor was powered-up. Thanos was even more powered-up; that Thor destroyed Thanos power-up in the process of beating him does not make this an unclean victory in any way. Thanos was perfectly aware that Thor could destroy the Illumination Stone and even in his powered-up state, Thanos could not prevent Thor from doing so. That's a clean victory for Thor.
So there's that. I look forward to you backpeddle out of this one.