#1 Posted by oldmagic (5295 posts) - - Show Bio
#2 Posted by King Saturn (223972 posts) - - Show Bio
Onslaught in his final form should give Manhattan a good fight
#3 Posted by oldmagic (5295 posts) - - Show Bio
King Saturn said:
"Onslaught in his final form should give Manhattan a good fight
"
.....you don't know do you?
#4 Posted by oldmagic (5295 posts) - - Show Bio
King Saturn said:
"Onslaught in his final form should give Manhattan a good fight
"
.....you don't know do you?
#5 Posted by King Saturn (223972 posts) - - Show Bio
oldmagic said:
"King Saturn said:
"Onslaught in his final form should give Manhattan a good fight
"
.....you don't know do you?"
Actually I Do

lol
#6 Posted by oldmagic (5295 posts) - - Show Bio

Your answer?

#7 Posted by King Saturn (223972 posts) - - Show Bio
oldmagic said:
"Your answer?"
Well if your are using the base character of Onslaught ( just the Professor X and Magento combination ) then Manhattan wins cause he has the greater scope of power overall.
#8 Posted by oldmagic (5295 posts) - - Show Bio

I'm talking about Ultimate Onslaught. 

#9 Posted by King Saturn (223972 posts) - - Show Bio
oldmagic said:
"I'm talking about Ultimate Onslaught. "
Then Onslaught should win here depending on what mutants he is using here as his power source.
#10 Posted by Korg (11931 posts) - - Show Bio

Onslaught. Manhattan can't do much against pure psionic energy. It is an unknown quantity to him. I also think Onslaught's powers dwarf Dr. M's.

#11 Posted by King Saturn (223972 posts) - - Show Bio
Korg said:
"Onslaught. Manhattan can't do much against pure psionic energy. It is an unknown quantity to him. I also think Onslaught's powers dwarf Dr. M's."
I dont know about that. Manhattan may not have all the feats that Onslaught has... but he is indeed very powerful too. It has been stated on multiple occasions that Manhattan can manipulate any form of energy or matter... so that should have some effect here
#12 Posted by Korg (11931 posts) - - Show Bio

 Manhattan's reach exceeds his grasp. He doesn't have a full understanding of his own powers. This limits his ability to use them. He himself has acknowledged that he can see the future, but cannot change it, which I don't think would be a problem for a reality warper of Onslaught's magnitude. I also think Onslaught could immediately strip his brain/psyche, or at least disperse his body, which I would count as a KO victory.

#13 Posted by King Saturn (223972 posts) - - Show Bio
Korg said:
" Manhattan's reach exceeds his grasp. He doesn't have a full understanding of his own powers. This limits his ability to use them. He himself has acknowledged that he can see the future, but cannot change it, which I don't think would be a problem for a reality warper of Onslaught's magnitude. I also think Onslaught could immediately strip his brain/psyche, or at least disperse his body, which I would count as a KO victory."
Good Point
#14 Edited by The Man of Yesteryear (5502 posts) - - Show Bio

Don't really know who you mean by "Ultimate" Onslaught so...

If this is Onslaught after absorbing Franklin Richards and X-Man, then Onslaught for the win.

If it isn't, then Dr. Manhattan should take this.

#15 Posted by danhimself (22443 posts) - - Show Bio

i think when he says "ultimate onslaught" he means the ultimate universe version of xavier that was taken to the future by cable to train in order to face apocalypse and was given armor that resembled 616 onslaught....if that's the case then dr. manhattan wins this fight easily

#16 Posted by Korg (11931 posts) - - Show Bio

 danhimself said:

"i think when he says "ultimate onslaught" he means the ultimate universe version of xavier that was taken to the future by cable to train in order to face apocalypse and was given armor that resembled 616 onslaught....if that's the case then dr. manhattan wins this fight easily"
I think he meant Onslaught in his most powerful incarnation, since I've never heard anyone refer to Xavier as Onslaught in the Ultimate universe. Otherwise it would be Manhattan vs. Xavier.
#17 Posted by danhimself (22443 posts) - - Show Bio
see i think he's referring to him
#18 Posted by Korg (11931 posts) - - Show Bio

 I know what you were referencing, and I think you are wrong.

#19 Posted by danhimself (22443 posts) - - Show Bio

we'll have to wait until oldmagic tells us