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ICT / Re: Thor vs Lady Thor
« on: July 18, 2017, 02:09:58 PM »
It's all kind of confusing and contradictory, honestly.

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The artwork was great in that scene! Danny's "Oh shit" face is priceless.

I'm going to guess Diamondback got a power-up that will be revealed, though.

If it really is Bendis, then I'd say it won't be addressed.

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ICT / Re: Thor vs Lady Thor
« on: July 18, 2017, 01:36:02 PM »
I don't think it's just a galaxy sized storm, though.  It's the primordial embodiment of storms, a sentient force that is the size of a galaxy.  There probably aren't two.  I'd say Stormbreaker just taps into it remotely, but that's a guess.

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ICT / Re: Thor vs Lady Thor
« on: July 18, 2017, 12:08:41 PM »
It absolutely hates Odin.  It's feelings towards Thor have not really been explored beyond the fact he can't lift it.  That's supposedly due to Fury's whisper causing self-doubt in Thor, though, not Mjolnir actively denying him.

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ICT / Re: Thor vs Lady Thor
« on: July 16, 2017, 02:48:27 PM »
And thor is more powerful than Lady Thor. His powers comes from his mother being the Goddess of Gods while Jane's comes from a hammer.

While that certainly makes sense to me, I don't think Jason Aaron feels constrained by it. 

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ICT / Re: Thor vs Lady Thor
« on: July 16, 2017, 02:44:49 PM »
Hadn't seen that, thanks.  She's more powerful, I agree.  It's such a random and severe upgrade to the Q-bands that I do wonder if it will stick given she has already been taken down in a fodder-like manner.  Of course, one could say the same thing about Jane Thor - right now she's pushed as greater than original Thor, but will it stick?  I have my doubts.

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ICT / Re: Thor vs Lady Thor
« on: July 16, 2017, 11:31:03 AM »
Where can I read some of the new Quasar's showing. She was hyped up as the biggest gun in space in the new crossover before getting dropped without doing anything.

I think it was just that random showing, then she's nearly killed by the invading Chitauri and put in a coma.

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ICT / Re: Thor vs Lady Thor
« on: July 16, 2017, 11:26:43 AM »
I'm out of touch with what's going on at Marvel at the minute but have heard some pretty impressive things about the Jane Foster version of Thor. I know she was established as straight up bulletproof very early on, unlike the Odinson, and wasn'the she died to fight Hell?  How did she do? Any other impressive stuff? I skimmed through something Strange wrote.

By contrast, Thor's stock fell in the run up to losing Mjolnir; especially in comparison to the Hulk, possibly to tie in more with the movies IMO. So, my questions are:

1. Even though they're theoretically equals,   is Jane Foster actually more powerful than Thor?

2. Is Foster Marvel's most powerful superheroine? Is she more powerful than Captain Marvel, Kismet, Angela, She-Hulk or Nova,  for example?

1.  The narrative is absolutely pushing the idea that she's better than him.  Thor says early on that Jane uses Mjolnir in ways he couldn't due to the hammer's sentience taking a liking to Jane.  She busts an adamantium/vibranium combo vault door without her hammer, punches Odin to Jupiter,  and displays actual defined superspeed when she operates on multiple people simultaneously.  In the recent battle with the Shi'ar gods, the Shi'ar took a supernova star and sent it hurtling through space with the intent to hit a civilized system.  Jane summoned a galaxy size storm to swallow the supernova.

Original Thor has a nice feat, though, too.  He took on Proxima Midnight, Black Swan, and Hela without his hammer and won.  He then proceeded to toss an Elder of the universe out of Asgard.

Long-term, I have my doubts Jane will be seen as greater than the original Thor, but right now it's what Marvel is pushing.

2.  Not familiar with Kismet's power level, but Jane's more powerful than the rest of that list.  I think she's the most powerful regular female hero.  Were it not for the random Quasar outlier Abhilegend mentions (where the comic says the quantum bands are Celestial level power and has Quasar outdo the combined power of Jane-Thor, Blue Marvel, Hyperion, Spectrum and Starbrand) I'd probably just say she's the most powerful.


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I think, despite Ock's best efforts, that to those in the know, it kind of always has to be Norman

He's his Lex Luthor.

Agreed, the really well-established arch-villains are rarely (if ever) supplanted. 

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Music, Movies, Tv and Books / Re: Marvel Studios News
« on: July 15, 2017, 07:58:44 PM »
It would make sense, and serves to give a fan-favorite villain more stuff to do as well.

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Music, Movies, Tv and Books / Re: Marvel Studios News
« on: July 15, 2017, 02:24:01 PM »
He's wearing the same outfit he had on at the end of the Infinity Gauntlet, isn't he?

Only in the sense that they both have no sleeves.

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I can only see it if I click reply, or quote someone and then look at prior posts.

Going through the thread on my own, I see nothing.

This has been happening sporadically to me as well.  Hopefully they can figure out the glitch soon.

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ICT / Ravager (Rose Wilson) vs.
« on: July 11, 2017, 08:10:42 PM »
Trying to get a sense of Ravager.  How does she do vs. the following.  This is not a gauntlet.

Spoiler
Damian
Storm without powers
Huntress
Batgirl (Babs)
Batgirl (Cassie)
X-23

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General Chat / Re: The new board look
« on: July 03, 2017, 01:27:56 PM »
Who is making these decisions?  Safado?  Prime?

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ICT / Re: Game of Thrones vs scenario
« on: July 02, 2017, 12:08:04 AM »
Do you think Ned would stay backing Stannis after seeing how fervently he worshipped the red god and burned/killed in dishonorable ways?  Would Stannis accept the north's aid if they refused to abandon the old gods?

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