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ICT / Re: movie Thor vs comicbook Captain America
« on: April 28, 2017, 07:00:07 PM »
MCU Thor is a small god

A small god is more mighty than a small human brah.

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ICT / Re: movie Thor vs comicbook Captain America
« on: April 28, 2017, 06:29:14 PM »
Only after we agree Comic Cap can give Thor a much more deserved beating than that PoS weak-feeb Kurse could ever dish out. I mean it's not like he personally bitchslapped Mjolnir out of returning to Thor as an afterthought.

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ICT / Re: movie Thor vs comicbook Captain America
« on: April 28, 2017, 06:20:48 PM »
Remember when Kurse gave Thor the biggest beating of his life, including throwing a massive boulder directly at his face? And after it was over Thor was okay with just a few streams of blood on his face?

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ICT / Re: movie Thor vs comicbook Captain America
« on: April 28, 2017, 04:56:14 PM »
Well keep in mind Thor is while not gullible, still inclined to believe Loki whenever he tells him something simply because he forever holds out hope that he can bring Loki back to the good side and have his brother back.

Whenever Loki says something, Thor goes along with it. Also he's still not 100% clear on Earth tech. He knows he's fine from bullets, but he was never caught in a cage that could supposedly kill Hulk before. And he still has shown that he has no idea what a lot of stuff is. It makes sense that at the least it's an unknown factor that he's not completely sure of and was cautious enough that he didn't want to see if he survived or not.

Like it's been said though, he still fell basically 49,000 feet and some change and only flew forward a few feet before bouncing.

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ICT / Re: movie Thor vs comicbook Captain America
« on: April 25, 2017, 02:23:39 AM »
In addition to what AP has said, Thor was strong enough to casually knock a car down the street into a bunch of chitauri, taking them out.

So are we saying Cap generally beats guys on that level? Like, he wins more often than not?

Also, MCU Thor has a shorter temper than his comic version.

Fists or hammer?

I believe he used Mjolnir. But Lady Sif, who is waaaaay weaker than Thor kicked a trailer sideways down the street so yeah, no point in asking.

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ICT / Re: movie Thor vs comicbook Captain America
« on: April 25, 2017, 12:42:26 AM »
After fighting Ultron, Destroyer, Kurse, Hulk, Malekith, and soon Hela, how do people think Cap will win?

This is also a Thor who will try to electrocute him, knows how to fight, is extremely durable, and will also not hesitate to just smash the ground into pieces and zap Cap when he gets launched.

Thor dodged gunfire when he didn't know what a gun was, and had been getting injured by Earth tech the entire time he was unworthy. In AoU when Ultron did the strafing run, Thor got hit full on and was fine.

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ICT / Re: movie Thor vs comicbook Captain America
« on: April 23, 2017, 07:12:51 AM »
In Dark World and Age of Ultron, Thor used his hammer for area attacks even though they weren't on the level of his big hammer strike from the first film.  In Dark World, he took out a group of monsters at the beginning with a hammer strike to the ground.  In AoU, he zapped the ground with lightning and took out some Hydra goons.  I think Avengers was the only movie where he didn't do an area attack.

In AoU he also showed he greatly understands Cap's shield. Once he used it to make a directed shockwave, the second time in Sokovia he used Mjolnir like a bat to whack it.

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ICT / Re: movie Thor vs comicbook Captain America
« on: April 23, 2017, 05:37:50 AM »
I remember him fighting Monica Rambeaux. She turned to lightning and tried to ram him. She bounced off the shield.

Impressive. So Thor only has to smash the ground in a mile radius around them to shit, sending Cap flying. Gotcha.

Yep Thor does that in all his fights.


Yep Cap punches out Thor level opponents in all his fights.

See how easy that is?

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ICT / Re: movie Thor vs comicbook Captain America
« on: April 23, 2017, 05:23:00 AM »
I remember him fighting Monica Rambeaux. She turned to lightning and tried to ram him. She bounced off the shield.

Impressive. So Thor only has to smash the ground in a mile radius around them to shit, sending Cap flying. Gotcha.

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ICT / Re: movie Thor vs comicbook Captain America
« on: April 23, 2017, 05:09:24 AM »
If there's any instances of Cap's shield being lightning proof, let me know.

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ICT / Re: movie Thor vs comicbook Captain America
« on: April 23, 2017, 04:56:06 AM »
I guess this is also ignoring how movie Thor tends to not give a fuck.

What's to stop him from electrocuting Cap along with the shield? And Panther's suit, as well as Cap using a magnet to pull it back to him show that the shield is vulnerable to electrocution. Or just smashing the hammer on the ground, sending Cap flying helplessly dozens of feet in the air?

Both of which are moves he pulls out fairly often, and at the start of a fight by the way. Remember when the first thing he did to Cap was try and crush his skull? Well this time he'll know to avoid the shield.

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ICT / Re: Voltron (Original toon) vs S.W.A.T. Megazord
« on: April 23, 2017, 02:48:30 AM »
They're preymtty good about taking both sides extremem outliers imo. The recent battle was a good examplenof them doing so.

Bare in mind I'm not saying this strategy of determining thenwinner is all that well thought out, just that they aee usually pretty fair about grabbing the most ridiculous shit from both sides.

Not always though. For example in Hulk v Doomsday. They used DD's ability to come back to life immune to whatever killed him as the reason Hulk wouldn't win. Since Superman has beaten him to death before, Hulk wouldn't be able to. They also had him instantly regenerating and becoming immune as soon as the attack landed while saying Hulk had a threshold on how mad he could get before burning himself out and limiting his strength(which is utter bullshit), and were also ignoring how Hulk can instantly regenerate and does it pretty often.

So they're not always wrong, but they're wrong way more often than they're right, and it usually just comes down to favorites. Like using Rainbow Dash's less than 5 times of using the Sonic Rainboom to say she'd beat G1 era Starscream.

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ICT / Re: Voltron (Original toon) vs S.W.A.T. Megazord
« on: April 23, 2017, 01:21:40 AM »
So went from their Voltron vs Megazord fight to their Tigerzord fight where they decide to randomly say that Power Rangers would have reflexes around 32x that of a human because at least one Power Ranger was that strong......

Despite an apparent lack of speed or reflex feats to support that, aside from the Ninja Ranger doing some kind of standing blurr teleport thing?

Am I wrong here?

Been awhile but didn't the various Rangers have different abilities etc.....also power ups and different sources of power like The Ninja Rangers getting them from a different group of Totems or whatever?

ScrewAttack like to cherry pick to an extreme degree when it comes to Deathbattles. Like using one-offs and outliers and ignoring averages. They basically get all the best stuff they can from the side they usually want to win, especially when it's an obvious wrong outcome.

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ICT / Re: movie Thor vs comicbook Captain America
« on: April 22, 2017, 08:59:09 PM »
So Gree, let's put Comic Cap in the same instances as movie Thor like when he fought Hulk or Kurse. You see him doing okay in those fights? You see him living through those fights?

Hold up. I'm not agreeing with Gree but just because A beats B and B beats C, it doesn't necessarily follow that A beats C.

Not always, but in this situation he's saying Comic Cap can beat Movie Thor for a heavy majority, to Gree seems it's a stomp in Cap's favor. Anyone who can stomp movie Thor, should at least put up a damn good fight against Hulk(which Thor did with his hammer and his fists). And at least last for a while with Kurse like Thor did.


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ICT / Re: movie Thor vs comicbook Captain America
« on: April 22, 2017, 08:46:29 PM »
So Gree, let's put Comic Cap in the same instances as movie Thor like when he fought Hulk or Kurse. You see him doing okay in those fights? You see him living through those fights?

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