does anybody else think marvel betrayed the character and fans by having Krona whup Galactus in avengers/jla?i could understand dc out negotiating marvel to have supes beat thor,as hes,well,superman;but krona easily beating galactus?they should never have conceded that one!felt really let down by marvel there.any thoughts?
In theory I don't see why Krona shouldn't be able to beat Galactus, his origin shows a great potential for an insanely powerful character, on top of that he was the big villain of the story, they had to show that he was incredibly powerful by doing a feat....
Besides, Krona is one of the only villains in any of the two universes that could have a good reason to try to eliminate the heroes and the earths
@godtriggerhulk: not sure, but most people write it off as non-canon since a handbook is not a comic per se, and handbooks are notorious for the dated class system. I personally feel its Marvel lovers reaching so they don't have to face facts.
@the_last_son_of_czarnia: Personally I don't see it as very useful for any fanboy, DC or Marvel (for the record I like both). Sure Supes beat Thor, but then Kal got creamed by a bunch of light bricks. I also recall Iron Man punking GL. So all in all it's an even handed story. Perhaps not accurate but balanced.
@osiris: Krona had, amongst other artifacts, the Infinity Gauntlet when he did that
where did you get that from? that's false (scans are from right to left)
on the contrary, right after this, the artifacts were used against him:
@rolldestroyer: The page right before the battle, the artifacts were held in tandem by Grandmaster and Krona, and Krona disabled Grandmaster
it was kind of my presumption that Krona was able to access the power of those artifacts while he was fighting Galactus