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motifian

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Primetime

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Subj: Re: Yup...
Posted: Fri Feb 09, 2018 at 12:17:26 pm EST (Viewed 42 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Yup...
Posted: Fri Feb 09, 2018 at 09:23:40 am EST (Viewed 44 times)



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      Not even close. In fact when Luthor traps them both, it's Superman who throws Hulk outside when Hulk was unable to break the energy barrier.



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    Sort of irrelevant. As you say, both are trapped. It requires one to throw the other out. Doesn't change the fact that twice in tests of strength, Hulk won.


It's really not. Hulk threw Superman away but Superman was holding back. Then Superman came back, nearly oneshots Hulk and throws him to another country.

Superman was also shown as straight up more durable than Hulk along with being stronger by being able to breach the energy barrier when Hulk couldn't.


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      Thor's godblast is used approximately under two writers, Dan Jurgens and Tom Defalco after Stan Lee introduced it.



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    Oeming apparently used it. So that's at least 4 writers with at least two utilizing it multiple times and several possible uses that were not announced as such.


Oeming wasn't even aware of the term.

In the bios it was stated as Thor absorbing Durok's life essence using Odin force.

It's as niche as Superman using counter vibrations which is far more powerful than Godblast.


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      Hardly standard.

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        And what are these random scenes supposed to portray? Superman has straight up incinerated class 100 bricks. Thor wishes he was that powerful via lightning.



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    Name the incinerated bricks. What, a Doomsday incarnation of questionable durability?


Doomsday clones which were strong enough to overpower Wonder Woman and one clone taking attacks from 300 gogs to be koed.

He has also overpowered Blackrock with HV, destroyed Cyborg Superman's body with HV, blasted through shields Supergirl and John Stewart couldn't and flat out overpowered Hal Jordan.




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      Not since 1995. Last time Superman simply punched through Henshaw and disabled him.

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        Merged Hulk was stronger than savage hulk.



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    Merged Hulk supposedly had a higher base level, yet a lesser increase. And this Hulk had the Savage Banner safeguard.


No, merged Hulk was straight up stronger than savage hulk. Savage Hulk was unable to beat Glob and merged Hulk straight up ripped Glob apart.

There is no mention of savage banner conditions in DC vs Marvel.


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      Byrne's Surfer was an anomaly and above his standard power. Even then Brainiac crushed Orion far worse than Surfer did and Superman straight up crushed Brainiac.



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    There have been several Surfer writers that wrote him equal to Byrne's.


Name one.


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      Thor dented Surfer's head while weakened. He crushed Surfer with Warlock.



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    And what did that dent achieve? Nothing.


Is this supposed to make sense? It showed Surfer is less invulnerable than the likes of Superman.


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      Don't make me laugh.

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        Jurgens confirmed it.



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    No, he didn't address it. He addressed the volatility of the posters.


He did.


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