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Music, Movies, Tv and Books / Re: GOTG 2 reviews
« on: Today at 01:47:55 PM »
Your face is underwhelming, Liam.
Liam's face is easily top tier

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Hall of Fame / Re: movie Thor vs comicbook Captain America
« on: April 29, 2017, 11:28:39 AM »
Oats, where you at?  This is your wheelhouse.
I completely by accident clicked on Page 6, and saw this post purely by coincidence.

WHAT WAS THIS ABOUT

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Hall of Fame / Re: movie Thor vs comicbook Captain America
« on: April 29, 2017, 05:30:35 AM »
Thank you!!

Ok, let's say Thor isn't Class 50, whatever. What level is he? He's, at least, a high-end Midtier with Top Tier EP/AoE attacks. Are we saying Cap is the favorite against this type? If so then Steve is no longer a street-leveler.
Thor, the whole package considered, is about mid tier.

He's not mid tier strength + top tier EP

Jesus fuck you guys

Ok. So you think comics Cap wins a majority against all midtier characters then?
In a physical dust up and he has his shield? He's got good odds

And I'm not talking about "all mid tier characters" because that's as fucking stupid as movie Thor being class 50 in strength and having COMIC BOOK top tier EP

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Hall of Fame / Re: movie Thor vs comicbook Captain America
« on: April 29, 2017, 04:07:06 AM »
Let me reiterate and say he's definitely top tier for movies in both categories

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Hall of Fame / Re: movie Thor vs comicbook Captain America
« on: April 29, 2017, 04:03:06 AM »
Thank you!!

Ok, let's say Thor isn't Class 50, whatever. What level is he? He's, at least, a high-end Midtier with Top Tier EP/AoE attacks. Are we saying Cap is the favorite against this type? If so then Steve is no longer a street-leveler.
Thor, the whole package considered, is about mid tier.

He's not mid tier strength + top tier EP

Jesus fuck you guys

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Hall of Fame / Re: movie Thor vs comicbook Captain America
« on: April 29, 2017, 12:27:57 AM »
That's durability, which is a separate thing altogether

I think even classic Luke Cage coukd shrug off a tank shell, but classic Spider-Man would paste him

So that's not really a good comparison

Durability is going to play a pretty good part in taking Cap's hits. If you're saying that cap can beat a Class 50, durability comes into play not just lifting strength.
I don't think movie Thor is even within spitting distance of class 50, so I'm not saying that

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Hall of Fame / Re: movie Thor vs comicbook Captain America
« on: April 28, 2017, 12:41:18 PM »
That's durability, which is a separate thing altogether

I think even classic Luke Cage coukd shrug off a tank shell, but classic Spider-Man would paste him

So that's not really a good comparison

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Hall of Fame / Re: movie Thor vs comicbook Captain America
« on: April 28, 2017, 12:33:35 PM »
The way he compares to Iron Man, Loki, and others is how I get to the class 50 approximation.
you mwan guys you'd be hard pressed to show are strongee than comic Spider-Man???
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BTW, do you think his lightning burst that killed three Leviathan was class 50? Or his hammer/lightning slam that seemed to destroy about a half mile of Jotenhiem (sp)? I think those showings are a bit higher.
or you're drastically underestimating what mid tier comic power is capable of

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Hall of Fame / Re: movie Thor vs comicbook Captain America
« on: April 28, 2017, 12:13:57 PM »
Class 50 strength is beyond generous for movie Thor

Movie Thor's best bet is AoE and lightning

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Hall of Fame / Re: movie Thor vs comicbook Captain America
« on: April 28, 2017, 11:47:46 AM »
I'm curious: has the Pro-Cap side produced anything that could net him the win for the majority? And I don't mean "fighting/surviving" against top-tier characters. I mean actually beating any of them in a way that would make someone actually believe he's a threat, physically, to any top-tier character? I'm not going to read through 300 posts or whatever, so someone sum it up. From what I've read, all Pro-Cap side has done is try to dismiss literally everything MCU Thor has done in his 4 film appearances (which all track right up with him at least an upper mid-tier, low top-tier comic character).

Please. Make the case for Cap actually winning a majority. Spell it out. Lets see it. Because lets be real: all of his best feats don't put him ANYWHERE near the level to take THE MAJORITY from MCU Thor.
Guy. The case hasn't even been made for movie Thor being low top tier, and saying otherwise is fucking stupid.

Movie Thor is movie top tier for certain, but that's far away from comic book top tier

I think movie Thor is about class 50, and thst includes overall power

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ICT / Re: MCU Thor vs. comics Thing
« on: April 28, 2017, 07:56:06 AM »
And no one needs to see Thanos6's cock again

Maybe Liquid

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ICT / Re: Elektra (armed) vs Batman (unarmed)
« on: April 27, 2017, 02:41:19 PM »
I thought Bats once admitted Shiva was the better fighter.
i have never heard of that.

There's a lot of people on the internet who say she's better, but that's not the same thing

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ICT / Re: MCU Thor vs. comics Thing
« on: April 27, 2017, 12:16:08 PM »
That's completely fucking retarded

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ICT / Re: MCU Thor vs. comics Thing
« on: April 27, 2017, 10:43:28 AM »
We do know that Kurse put Thor in worse shape than when he tussled with Hulk in Avengers 1. And movie Hulk seems to be about class 75ish.
Hahaha WHAT?

Movie Hulk is class 75ish?

Shut the fuck up.

Comic Thing steamrolls movie Thor as if his name were Paladin

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I guess Willis' char was never said to be Immortal, so I'm not sure how weird or not it's going to be to see him old as fuck

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