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ICT / Re: MCU Spider-Man vs Defenders (Netflix)
« Last post by AP on Today at 02:02:17 PM »
We did this one shortly after Homecoming came out.  Both Iron Fist and Luke Cage had a bit of a power-up since then.  Spidey is still pretty green and has yet to have a solid win over a major character.  The Defenders should be able to use their superior skill, numbers, and experience to beat him.

As for suits, the Iron-Spider armor didn't seem to offer anything different from his normal Stark costume other than an extra set of spider-limbs and allows him to breathe in high altitude areas.  Still, the Stark suits are both a step up from his homemade costume.
It also increased his overall durability dramatically.

Y'think?  I never got that impression.
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ICT / Re: Battle of the Week: Captain America vs Deathstroke
« Last post by Animalia on Today at 01:42:10 PM »
Now I have to defend Cap, even if the old bastard :'( won against DS.
Even if in last scans Cap has the surprise as advantage he was able turn the table.








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ICT / Re: Harry Potter vs Wolf Predator (AVPR)
« Last post by Riv1 on Today at 01:31:12 PM »
This comes down to, does HP know he’s being hunted (not necessarily by what, just that he is) or is he out fir a walk in the woods?

HP certainly has the means to take out a Pred, but thats predicated on it being a more facevto face confrontation.
If the Pred just snipes him from a distance, HP obviously loses.
If HP has at least some reason to be careful, he might then follow the usual formula (survive a few attacks, get in some offense, impress/piss the Pred off enough to make him go mano a mano) and win.
 
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Not just one arc though.

He tricked the world of his death, killed the new Spider-Man (Ben Reilly), and then did everything from the Thunderbolts to practically having more power than anyone except the President. He didn't blow it like Luthor either, he was able to keep power for a long time. The time ranged from Civil War to after Siege, even though comics book in slow motion time wise, a lot of time passed.

Since then he defeated the Superior Spider-Man (absolutely no easy feat) and even became a Super Adaptoid that gave him essentially limitless strength (although that fizzled out after too much power).

The guy has defeated the best with prep which included Tony Stark, Superior Spider-Man, Spider-Man, Morgan Le Fay, the New Avengers, and more.
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ICT / Re: Battle of the Week: Norman Osborn vs Lex Luthor (prep war)
« Last post by Abhilegend on Today at 01:10:53 PM »
Lex stomps.
From prison, Norman Osborn was able to become a leader among the heavily monitored Thunderbolts, managed to pull a PR stunt during an Earth apocalyptic type invasion, was able to use that to become one of the most popular men in America, became the leader of the new renamed SHIELD, got access to all of Tony Stark's property and heavily fortified armors, became the new leader of SHIELD, and became the new leader of the Avengers. As leader he was able to do things as reinstate Doom's rule in Latveria, defeat Morgan Le Fay, stalemate the X-Men (arguably), control the Sentry and transform him into a killing machine, and took down Asgard. He was also able to make most of the Avengers legit wanted criminals and had the public support him doing so.

Norman Osborn has the silliest haircut on the goddamn planet but the dude is one of the most dangerous people with preparation.
That's just one arc. Lex has done everything from becoming president to becoming omnipotent. His peers are Reed Richards and the likes, not Norman Osborn.
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From prison, Norman Osborn was able to become a leader among the heavily monitored Thunderbolts, managed to pull a PR stunt during an Earth apocalyptic type invasion, was able to use that to become one of the most popular men in America, became the leader of the new renamed SHIELD, got access to all of Tony Stark's property and heavily fortified armors, became the new leader of SHIELD, and became the new leader of the Avengers. As leader he was able to do things as reinstate Doom's rule in Latveria, defeat Morgan Le Fay, stalemate the X-Men (arguably), control the Sentry and transform him into a killing machine, and took down Asgard. He was also able to make most of the Avengers legit wanted criminals and had the public support him doing so.

Norman Osborn has the silliest haircut on the goddamn planet but the dude is one of the most dangerous people with preparation.
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ICT / Re: MCU Spider-Man vs Defenders (Netflix)
« Last post by Gree on Today at 12:39:17 PM »
And likely has alot of other shit we don't even know about
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ICT / Re: Battle of the Week: Norman Osborn vs Lex Luthor (prep war)
« Last post by Gree on Today at 12:38:10 PM »
Luthor
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ICT / Re: Godzilla (Marvel) vs Thor
« Last post by Riv1 on Today at 12:28:30 PM »
^^^i love that scene!

As to the fight, aside from being great, i’d like to see what others say, though i have an outcome in mind.
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Music, Movies, Tv and Books / Re: Has Pixar lost its charm?
« Last post by Riv1 on Today at 12:23:55 PM »
That wasnt my point, but i getcha. But not really. :P
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