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Subj: Re: Hulk #1 
Posted: Wed Dec 08, 2021 at 03:34:58 pm EST (Viewed 129 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Hulk #1 
Posted: Fri Dec 03, 2021 at 06:17:03 pm EST (Viewed 162 times)
What you are suggesting makes no sense. Just because you follow someone's Twitter account doesn't mean you can read their mind. Now if you have a buddy that works for Marvel telling you the company's secrets; the same ones you're debating with me, then acting as if you've figured something out; is at best disingenuous.
Like I already said between reading Cates' Twitter for years and [unfortunately] reading everything he's done at Marvel I think I have a pretty good bead on him as a writer.
The only thing utterly disingenuous is the blatant straw man you just concocted right here.
Quote:You lost the cosmic battle when I stated Silver Surfer purposely sought Hulk's gamma power to break Galactus's barrier. You further erred by saying Galactus is Omnipotent, a character that eats planets for sustenance or he'll get famished, wither away and die. Again, you need to think these things through.
Anyone is free to read through that discussion and draw their own conclusions.
I don't think the majority would side with your poorly rationalized and unresearched arguments though.
Feel free to quote *ME* saying Galactus is omnipotent. This is a blatant lie.
Also, the barrier ordeal in Hulk #250 doesn't prove what you seem to think it did and in fact that issue as a whole is damning for your stance that "cosmic" always equates to *cosmic rays* in Marvel.
Quote:As a matter of fact, and further point of contention, Al Ewing wrote Hulk as being the next Galactus-like being in the next iteration of the MU.
Yes, after he interrupted the natural course of events, killed Franklin Richards/Galactus and devoured Metatron he became the next version of Galactus. Hulk with a COSMIC boost became more powerful, shocking right?
The better question is how do you think this is relevant to anything being discussed?
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