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ICT / Re: Thor vs Lady Thor
« on: July 22, 2017, 07:03:35 PM »
Choking Jane as he did was impressive but he caught her off-guard and she had the clear advantage over him before his son intervened. If she continued hammering him, she could have beaten him to near-death like Masterson did. And it only lasted a panel before they were teleported to the Sh'iar Gods so I don't see how it is evidence .

There is far more evidence suggesting she is way more powerful than Gladiator from that arc such as how long she lasted against the Destroyer compared to Gladiator, how Gladiator was treated by the Sh'iar Gods in comparison to Jane/Mjolnir, or how Jane/Mjolnir faced the Phoenix when everyone including Gladiator were in the background getting barbecued.


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ICT / Re: Thor vs Lady Thor
« on: July 20, 2017, 09:15:47 PM »
Lady Thor vs. Thor are more or less equals. We've seen them fight, albeit a reserved one. Thor would get the win from experience and overall being the real Thor (Jane will fade soon enough, although it's been a painful few years of SJW) I'd argue that the mother Storm would be an auto win this side of Galactus/Odin (It easily deflected a massive supernova thrown by the combined full power of two pantheon heads clearly way above Herald level) but Thor matched it with his own innate storm powers against the Phoenix so I'm really confused about the relationship. But Aaron has always respected Thor's innate weather powers. The mother Storm allows Jane to operate at the same level that Aaron's Thor operated believably from what I understand.

Also I don't understand how Jane Thor's track record is better than the real Thor's obviously. The average would be better if you compare it to Thor's 50+ years but not compared to Thor under Aaron's own pen.

Thor vs Hulk: Hulks stronger and Thor is more powerful. Nothing's changed. Aaron IIRC had Thor clearly outperform Hulk against Fury (When the whisper happened), Waid had Thor's left over discharge k.o the Hulk and Banner have the strength contest be an eternal debate and now we have this. In Comics care a lot less about consistency and hierarchy today than even 4 years ago so if Thor was ever going to overpowering the shit out of the Hulk it would be during this period with SJW bullshit.

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ICT / Re: Batman vs Iron Fist
« on: June 05, 2017, 04:37:51 PM »
Ya I don't see what that fight proves aside that a crazy out of his mind Iron Fist is less tactical or creative but clearly has more clear cut power than any street.

Anyways, Iron Fist wins hand to hand. I'd give Batman the edge with everything included but Bruce has to play it smart. Nowadays I can totally see Danny using Chi to counter poison tablets, explosive batarangs or even ice pellets. He's been consistently a super natural martial artists from what I've seen and in his stint in the Avengers the Iron Fist was upgraded into one of this uber trump cards that can rock the shit out of a class 50-90.

Under Bendis when Iron Fist used his chi it was like a oh shit. Someone's getting rocked harder than Superman by a homeless Atlantean.

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ICT / Re: Who is stronger, movie Hulk or movie Wonder Woman?
« on: June 05, 2017, 04:30:40 PM »
Why are you bringing up Superman?

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ICT / Re: DCEU Wonder Woman vs MCU Thor (Spoilers)
« on: June 05, 2017, 03:28:41 AM »
Interesting fight. Wonder Woman could fly by the end and deflect lightning but with Mjolnir Thor still has a huge destructive/power edge. Unfortunately movie Thor doesn't have many objective strength feats without the hammer so that's comparable a stat but he's still way more durable than Diana which would trump whatever minor zoom-in super speed she has.

I don't know tbh. This is a pretty tough fight. Diana is skilled and powerful enough to not get into a fist fight/pissing match and do some damage but movie Thor has arguably the best damage soak/durability of the movie-verse and a direct hit from Thor would ruin her day.

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ICT / Re: Who is stronger, movie Hulk or movie Wonder Woman?
« on: June 05, 2017, 03:20:00 AM »
Just watched the movie. A lot better than I thought it would be but Hulk no contest. The two aren't even very comparable imo.

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ICT / Re: Thor VERSUS Battlebeast
« on: May 03, 2017, 10:27:00 AM »
Thor. Stronger, more durable, at least as skilled and while Battle Beast has impressive damage soak, he is rather reckless and Thor's axe can end him with out direct hit.

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ICT / Re: Bane vs Tony Stark at Chess
« on: May 02, 2017, 01:57:00 AM »
Tony.

And Tony is excellent at multi-tasking:



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Hall of Fame / Re: movie Thor vs comicbook Captain America
« on: April 26, 2017, 05:39:15 PM »
Movie Thor isn't above comic Hyde, Hercules or Hulk.

This post is all kinds of terrible.

I didn't know the bar for beating Captain America was that you have to be superior to Hercules or Hulk (Hyde fluctuates significantly and at this point, I would put movie Thor above some Hyde portrayals I've seen).

By that logic, comic Captain America beats MOS Superman as well, but you disagree with that strongly I take it?
Superman isn't a small god from a small world. Continue to cry about it.

Cap is taking 5/10 at minimum against movie Thor.

MOS Superman can beat comic Hercules and Hulk iyo?

Disagree.

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Hall of Fame / Re: movie Thor vs comicbook Captain America
« on: April 26, 2017, 02:59:13 PM »
Movie Thor isn't above comic Hyde, Hercules or Hulk.

This post is all kinds of terrible.

I didn't know the bar for beating Captain America was that you have to be superior to Hercules or Hulk (Hyde fluctuates significantly and at this point, I would put movie Thor above some Hyde portrayals I've seen).

By that logic, comic Captain America beats MOS Superman as well, but you disagree with that strongly I take it?

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Hall of Fame / Re: movie Thor vs comicbook Captain America
« on: April 26, 2017, 02:44:29 PM »
Lol, AOU is basically an all ages movie. Children are meant to be able to follow along. How is this confusing? This isn't rocket science. Falling city was about to wipe out life on Earth. This is bad. Iron Man traps energy to destroy city, good plan. Thor hits city very hard. City explodes into harmless tiny chunks (Relative to the actual size of the falling Sokovia) with Thor in the epicenter and Iron Man below.

I think Thor should wreck him. Movie Captain America is as close to a comic book character's power levels being translated onscreen as I've ever seen and he isn't even able to hurt Thor (I remember his shield harmlessly bouncing off of Thor's forehead in the forest scene). Thor's durable enough to laugh off his attacks (Or at least tank them just fine), relatively skilled and still powerful enough to completely blow Captain America away with AOE attacks if he tries to hide behind his shield or bombard him with lighting.

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ICT / Re: Battle of the Week: Jane Thor vs Wonder Woman
« on: March 21, 2017, 08:12:08 PM »
Jane Thor is physically weaker than Gladiator. Diana tears her apart.

Based on?

Probably on him holding her up in the air with one hand while she couldn't break his grip with both of hers.


He grabbed her unexpectedly, while she was confused and held her there for a panel before they were teleported back to the Sh'iar Gods:
http://www.readcomics.tv/the-mighty-thor-2016/chapter-15/15
http://www.readcomics.tv/the-mighty-thor-2016/chapter-15/16
http://www.readcomics.tv/the-mighty-thor-2016/chapter-15/17

That isn't conclusive evidence of any kind of superiority. It may imply an advantage but their individual encounters with the Sh'iar Gods would actually indicate a significant advantage for Jane if not in strength then definitely in overall durability and even more so in power. I hope they have a brief scuffle because if anyone has been keeping up with Aaron's work on Thor, the idea that Thor, even Jane, is not as strong as Gladiator would be a real surprise.

Also, one hit from Mjolnir and Gladiator would be floored again.

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ICT / Re: Star Wars: Rebels Kenobi vs Maul
« on: March 20, 2017, 08:50:15 PM »
Darth Vader would own Maul without much problem imo based on everything I've seen and read. He'd have a much better time against Anakin but he'd still get owned at the end there. Kenobi was in a unique and advantageous position to defeat Anakin.

Vader was the John Wick of the galaxy. People were terrified of him, and rightly so. At the end there, even the Emperor started to fear Vader and the Sith his anger and pain had allowed him to turn into despite being more machine than man. He was lethal as hell. He was everything Anakin wasn't: unemotional, calculating and every move had a purpose.

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ICT / Re: Battle of the Week: Jane Thor vs Wonder Woman
« on: March 20, 2017, 08:47:31 PM »
Jane Thor is physically weaker than Gladiator. Diana tears her apart.

Based on?

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