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Unthinking

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Subj: Re: Do Celestials use cosmic power, though? I do agree that Odin Force > Galactus.
Posted: Mon Sep 13, 2021 at 08:43:12 am EDT (Viewed 63 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Do Celestials use cosmic power, though? I do agree that Odin Force > Galactus.
Posted: Fri Sep 10, 2021 at 03:32:10 pm EDT (Viewed 101 times)




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    Previous conflicts appear to have them nearer and others arguably have Galactus as more powerful.


The double k.o. had them near. But that's the only example, and Galactus was fully fed. Thor had varying fights with Galactus, but we know his God blast can kill Big G, and that the God Storm is capable of making the Phoenix Force flee. So, I am inclined to think Odin should be the most powerful overall, as he put the God Storm inside Mjolnir, and has a greater power output than Thor.


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    That appears to be an outlier to me more than anything else. Not to mention it did not make sense and royally messes up Galactus's origin tale.


Well, how many times did Thor and Galactus fight in that 6-issue arc? Three? Five? Given that the other direct confrontion of a fully fed Galactus versus Odin ended in a double k.o., I'd assume that Odin is the most powerful of the two.



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    As for your original point, they do not specifically do but their powers are effectively the same but they do not require to feed to maintain as far as I can tell. I imagine vast cosmic power would be the definition.



There are cosmic entities far more powerful than Odin, like the Celestials, in a way that, if their power stems from Cosmic Power, Cosmic Power than trumps Cosmic Force.
With Galactus, you have an argument.