Fight to death! Who would win and why
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He can't detach the skeleton, its indestructible, I don't think the Hulk can rip Wolverine's bones apart. Unless it's the ultimate universe.
Seriously, Torch's best bet is to keep the fire on and pray he won't run out of it, cause when he does, its all over for him.
I'm guessing that, of the two recent examples of his healing, people are thinking about when Logan healed from Nitro's attack and not when it took him more than half an hour to heal upper body damage, despite the latter being more in line with the rest of his history, and the former being bad writing. Even going by that insane showing though, there are at least two easy ways for HT to win. Nova (which I'm pretty sure would melt his bones along with everything else) or tossing his bones in the ocean and letting him drown to death as he heals.
How many times can you possibly post and end up saying nothing at all.
Human Torch could kill Wolverine with his Nova-Flame from well outside 'SNIKT' range... brain matter burned away, organs reduced to ash, blood evaporated, not even the slightest bit DNA left for Wolverine to grow a body from.
All that would remain would be a slightly charred adamantium skeleton.
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"Johnny has the ability to cover his entire body in flames. He can fly at great speeds and project fireballs. He can generate a Nova blast which reaches one million degrees Fahrenheit. This temporarily depletes his powers and he requires some time to recuperate."
Based on issues of Fantastic Four he does this pretty quickly (within the time of a single panel).
The surface of the sun is 9,980 Farenheit. Titanium melts at 3,034 Farenheit. Human Torch's Nova Flame is comparable to a nuclear strike, and your boy Wolvie would be at Ground Zero. I'm pretty sure this would utterly destroy all living matter within the blast radius including Wolverine.
Question: Say Torch is hovering about one hundred feet off the ground. How does Wolverine bury his claws before Torch reduces him to a lifeless adamantium skeleton?
Answer: He doesn't.
In a recent issue of 'Wolverine', he was reduced to a skeleton by Nitro. Nitro merely explodes, he caused the woods they were in to catch fire... and this caused Wolvie to be burnt down to his skeleton.
Human Torch gets many times hotter than the sun and can center focus his attention on Wolvie to ensure he gets the job done from several hundred feet in the air.
Wolverine wouldn't have the time to dig a fallout shelter.
And he's survived as often as he has against the Phoenix because Jean has a soft spot for him. Otherwise she'd toss him into a star before she consumed it.
CURRENT Wolverine no longer has the PIS healing factor, it's been reduced. Human Torch flies around, burns Wolverine, causing all of his internal organs and brain to melt. For fans that are going to post scans of him surviving the encounter with Nitro, go back and read my first sentence.
CURRENT Wolverine no longer has the PIS healing factor, it's been reduced. Human Torch flies around, burns Wolverine, causing all ... [more]
k4tzm4n said: CURRENT Wolverine no longer has the PIS healing factor, it's been reduced. Human Torch flies around, burns Wolverine, ... [more]
Nope, because I don't have scans for Wolverine. Just go read the post-civil war story arc. Every time Wolverine would recover from significant damage to his brain or loss of vital organs is because he was literally UNABLE to die, like Deadpool. That has since been removed. His healing factor is obviously still impressive, but here there just isn't a thing he can do unless they're fighting in a compact environment.
k4tzm4n said: Dark King said: k4tzm4n said: CURRENT Wolverine no longer has the PIS healing factor, it's been reduced.&amp;nbsp; Human ... [more]
It has. Do you even read "Wolverine"? Directly after the civil war arch was a story called "The Death of Wolverine" explains it. Check it out and once your done with that, you'll be allowed to dispute about Wolverine's abilities. http://www.amazon.com/Wolverine-Death-Premiere-HC/dp/0785126112
You posted but a single scan and didn't even say anything about it. You also left out what that explains, so here you go:
" By killing Phaedra, Wolverine accepts that he ends the arrangement with Azrael. As a result, if Wolverine dies again, it's permanent. Azrael also informs him that he can't promise that his healing factor will remain as strong as it has been. Wolverine accepts this and leaves, stating that he has no intention of dying."
k4tzm4n said: You posted but a single scan and didn't even say anything about it. You also left out what ... [more]
For once, Wolverine can now DIE from his injuries. Previously, he was UNABLE to die. That's called a DOWNGRADE. Second, he stated the healing factor may not be up to par, implying there's the potential injuries will not heal as quickly. So, Wolverine's internal organs get destroyed = highly likely for death.
it depends it is all still assumption with what could kill him being reduced to a skeleton should do it, being shot in the brain unlikely seeing as he is already healing from crap like that. missing organs it depends since his HF works on adrenaline emotion of anger rage and will power. you dont know what lvl its bn downgraded to and its BS for you to say it.
lmao. First and foremost, you should really proof read your posts first. Second, I read Wolverine so I'm well aware of the events. The standard human can survive a bullet to the brain and that was only a 9mm. A huge factor is where the bullet hits. This is entirely irrelevant in this fight since my argument is the human torch is going to cause his internal organs to melt, as well as his brain. Also, how do you even expect Wolverine to tag him? The ONLY way to make this fair is by having it in a small, compact setting. Otherwise, it's a slaughter and entirely unfair. It's beyond me how you can't grasp this.
k4tzm4n said: lmao. First and foremost, you should really proof read your posts first. Second, I read Wolverine so I'm ... [more]
I think many people suffer from that...We should really come up with a name for it.
LOL @ a Healing Factor working on willpower. Deadpool fans tried that crap with me months ago and failed. [more]
he did it again when he went up to the mountains to retrieve some alien monster for viper he stated after he was stabbed by the alien and infected that he had the will power to fight of the venom.
he has also used medative techniques to kick start and guide the HF as well as block the pain and produce endorphins.
lmao. First and foremost, you should really proof read your posts first. Second, I read Wolverine so I'm well aware ... [more]
Static Shock said: LOL @ a Healing Factor working on willpower. Deadpool fans tried that crap with me months ago ... [more]