Dave Galanter
December 1st 1969 - December 12th 2020
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Post By
Blargh

In Reply To
Mac

Subj: Re: I am going to go with the Punisher.
Posted: Mon Sep 10, 2007 at 09:35:52 am EDT
Reply Subj: Re: I am going to go with the Punisher.
Posted: Mon Sep 10, 2007 at 07:05:12 am EDT

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Tell that to fans of Bats.

> Sorry, but no amount of physical training can prepare an enhanced human to trade punches with a fictional character who can pick up cars and dodge bulllets.
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> > Which villain, given his powers (or lack thereof), has been the most ridiculously successful against Spider-Man? A couple I can think of are the Jackal back in the '70s, who won every battle he had with Spidey despite having no superhuman powers and being a probably fortysomething college professor, and Hammerhead, whose metallic skull apparently protects his entire body from injury (to the point that his being at ground zero of a nuclear reactor exploding turns him into ethereal form rather than kills him).

> Tell that to fans of Bats.

Or any number of low/non super powered characters. Captain America only has peak human abilities, not super. Apart from his heightened senses and radar sense, Daredevil is normal. Bullseye, Elektra, and the Kingpin are all non-powered. Even in the spider verse, Black Cat's only power was her latent bad-luck mutation, and that hasn't been used in a very long time, right? Everything else is from technology.


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> > Sorry, but no amount of physical training can prepare an enhanced human to trade punches with a fictional character who can pick up cars and dodge bulllets.
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> > > Which villain, given his powers (or lack thereof), has been the most ridiculously successful against Spider-Man? A couple I can think of are the Jackal back in the '70s, who won every battle he had with Spidey despite having no superhuman powers and being a probably fortysomething college professor, and Hammerhead, whose metallic skull apparently protects his entire body from injury (to the point that his being at ground zero of a nuclear reactor exploding turns him into ethereal form rather than kills him).


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