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ICT / Re: Bullseye vs Deadshot
« on: April 29, 2017, 07:11:58 AM »
Bullseye is my favorite Marvel character to be honest.

I hope someone with more knowledge on comics comes in and ruins everything I just said.

Toothpick through skull you faggots. Be rekt.

Man, are you reading Bullseye's book.  All I'm saying is I think it was paperclips.


Otherwise, I'm laying odds on comic Bullsyes FTW.  But, then he's also not bulletproof.

Draw double deathmatch.

He can airways quit and take his admin with him.

General Chat / Re: Ja Rule Scams Rich Kids with Fyre Festival
« on: April 29, 2017, 04:07:18 AM »
I love it!  Lol. 
This is a good response!

ICT / Re: MCU Thor vs. comics Thing
« on: April 27, 2017, 04:06:29 AM »
From what I could find high end for fire trucks is 56,000.  Placing movie Ben Grimm around 25-30 tons.  And I'm being generous with the 30 considering how much effort it took him. 

General Chat / Re: Detroit comic-con cancelled
« on: April 27, 2017, 02:15:34 AM »
That sounds like some bullshit by the hotel. 

Here's to hoping they fail for pulling shit like that.

Even Odin isn't generally renown for his strength feats.  It's more of the power level and energy manipulation that you see more of from him. I think didn't the old handbooks have him at like 60cl?  Now unless, he's in his Giant form I can see him being well over 100cl like when he's fighting Surtur. 

ICT / Re: MCU Thor vs. comics Thing
« on: April 27, 2017, 01:13:38 AM »
Purely by feats, Comic Thing should win.

Look at the hits Kurse landed on Thor that stunned/bloodied him.

Comic Thing is stronger than that, and faster too (they were throwing punches at each other at normal speed basically).

How do we know comic Thing was stronger than Kurse?

The best strength feat Kurse has in that movie is chucking that rock at Thor about 100-150 feet. That rock is pretty big, massing in at about 150-200 tons (eyeballing based off of Google).

I'm no Thing expert, but if Thing can tussle with Namor and the like, he's certainly capable of outputting more force than that (also there are certainly feats that exceed "chuck big rock 150 feet")

But we don't know that that's Kurse's limit.

We don't, but we know that level of strength is certainly enough to stun and bloody Thor. After Kurse punched him into the mountain side, Thor was dazed, and the rock throw laid him out on the ground (Thor was on his hands and knees and was struggling to recall the hammer).

During the ground pound, Thor couldn't even fight back.

The damage clearly wasn't great but it shows the level of strength needed to hurt Thor. Kurse's theoretical upper limit is irrelevant.

It's very relevant.  We know Kurse is strong enough to hurt Thor, but we have no idea how strong he is.  Kurse could be class 100.  He could be class 50.  He could have a Skyfather level of strength, who knows.  You seem to be just randomly stating Kurse isn't as strong as Thing.


Thing has generally been shown to hover around the 70-75 ton class. Only, when he was pineapple Thing was he then Hulk class.  He has a long history of being beaten by the Hulk, one story of him nearly killing Hulk.  Majority of the time it's been Hulk smashing the shit of of Grimm.  And I like him.  And Thing struggled to keep a fire truck from falling off a bridge.

We know in the movies Thor had a good time fighting with the Hulk.  But, didn't get smashed on by the Hulk as he did by Kurse. But, we did see the strength differences between movie Hulk and Thor that he had to call upon Mjilnoir to keep up with Hulk. 

Hell, Thor had Mjilnoir and couldn't match up to Kurse.  From the beginning to the end o f the fight he dominated Thor.  He flew at him and was bitch slapped out of the air by Kurse who had his back turned.  And later when Thor summoned Mjilnoir again.  It was bitchslapped and knocked away easily by Kurse.

  And even on the Ranged attacks alone.  Thor has Grimm's number.   

ICT / Re: JLU Wonder Woman vs JLU Martian Manhunter
« on: April 26, 2017, 06:55:13 PM »
J'onn phases her tiara into her skull match over.

Music, Movies, Tv and Books / Re: Kubo
« on: April 26, 2017, 06:51:29 PM »
It's amazing to think this was stop motion and not entirely CGI

Lol!  Yea, they really put in work with this one.  I didn't realize it until the end of the movie when they were showing the skeleton. 

ICT / Re: Battle of the Week: Hawkman vs Aquaman
« on: April 26, 2017, 06:39:15 AM »
For some reason I see this as a funny ass fight.  Think of it as a seagull vs a blowfish. 

They are pretty tough characters.  But, I do believe Arthur is way above Hawkman's strength and durability levels.
He did survive a pummeling from Shaggy man recently. I'd put Arthur at around 60 to 70 cl.

I'm not sure where I would honestly put hawkman strengthwise.  He does have a nice soak for damage though.
I think Arthur would take him to his limit.  Hawkman comes off as more of a brawler to me.  Kinda, of Like Lobo with wings.

Money's on Aquaman. 

Reading it a little confused.

Did he mean "literally" their characters?

He's Snake Plissken, Stallone was Rambo etc......but if you go by his actually "most" famous character Arnold would be either Conan or The Terminator I imagine.

Maybe some kind of composite character in some way.

Yea, that'd be fun to watch.  Split screen Terminator/Conan death matches.  Ultimate man vs machine. 

General Comic Discussion / Re: IDWs First Strike
« on: April 26, 2017, 02:39:13 AM »
Overall they have fun art(istic) 'house style'. Very eye catching, not generic.

Yea, clean work.  I lmao when I saw Rom judo flip Optimus Prime.

Music, Movies, Tv and Books / Re: Kubo
« on: April 26, 2017, 01:39:40 AM »
He did some solid VA work here, but he just doesn't sound like "incredible samurai warrior" guy.

That's just because he doesn't have the stereotypical dubbed samurai voice.  He did sound kind of delicate.  Almost, as if he'd snap a flamboyant wrist just by holding an actual samurai sword.  Otherwise, felt the movie was solid all around.  I'll be picking up the disc to go into the collection.  Always, good to have a hard copy. 

General Chat / Re: Aaron Hernandez found dead in prison cell
« on: April 25, 2017, 07:51:01 PM »
I'm not buying that he killed himself. Just beat the rap on 2 murder charges while appealing the original that put him in jail in first place? Guy's on top of the world and looking at his next day in court...and he hangs himself? Fishy as fuck.

I'm surprised no one brought this up.  I'd seen it posted elsewhere that he probably hung himself for two reasons.  To leave this money for his daughter and fiancee.

And because he liked men also.


Music, Movies, Tv and Books / Re: Kubo
« on: April 24, 2017, 03:40:01 AM »
Oh damn you just reminded me I wanted to see it. But of course it's not on Netflix Canada :\

Try this.  Should work.  https://kingmovies.to/movies/kubo-and-the-two-strings-latino-audio/watch

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