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Subj: Re: Who is faster and more invulnerable - Thor or Wonder Man?
Posted: Fri Mar 02, 2018 at 10:12:16 am EST (Viewed 146 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Who is faster and more invulnerable - Thor or Wonder Man?
Posted: Fri Mar 02, 2018 at 09:52:09 am EST (Viewed 166 times)

    Thor moved to hyper speed, like an entire shift to match Gladiator in that old FF run featuring the dreaming Celestial. There's no way Wondy could do that. But he has shown almost instantaneous reflexes. I'd say Wondy can access his speed quicker than Thor, but Thor can tap into greater speed. For me, Thor has several levels above Wondy that he can access. Classic Wonderman was merely a brick. Thor can fly through space. The demands of that pretty much inform everything else. Remember when he was 'cracked' by Hulk in that alternate timeline story by Peter David.

You have the FF/Thor/Gladiator story backwards. The Dreaming Celestial put the entire future era that they traveled to in a dilated time bubble which stretched out time and caused people to move at a very slow rate almost as if they were stuck in amber. Reed Richards created portable vest that countered this effect thus Thor was wearing one of these vest. These vest allowed the team to move at their normal speed relative to the slow speed the the rest of the universe was in. To the naked eye they moved so fast that they were invisible. Future Gladiator who was coming back from a mission was able to see the FF/Thor team moving at the incredible speed they were at. Gladiator was able to accelerate his speed to match theirs so he could interact with them. If anything this shows that Gladiator has some crazy speed feats. I miss Walt Simonson's writing because this was a great series.

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