#1 Edited by SithLantern93 (2028 posts) - - Show Bio

Parallax takes over Hal's soul and Spectre on an alternate version of Green Lantern: Rebirth and starts to wreak havoc across two multiverses. Parallax/Spectre is bloodlusted and will not hold down.

Round 1: Annihilators,JLA,X-Men,JSA and Authority

Round 2:Classic Strange and Classic Fate

3: Nekron and Black Lantern Corps (PIS is off!)

4: Fully-fed Galactus

5: Elder Gods

6: Phoenix of the White Crown

7: Original ION

8: Thanos with Infinity Gauntlet

9: COIE Anti- Monitor

10: Mr Mxyzptlk

#2 Posted by nickthedevil (11543 posts) - - Show Bio

Should space put the matches bro.

#3 Posted by SithLantern93 (2028 posts) - - Show Bio

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#4 Posted by TheBatman586 (6316 posts) - - Show Bio

Stops at 10.

#5 Posted by jeanroygrant (20191 posts) - - Show Bio

@TheBatman586 said:

Stops at 10.
#7 Posted by chriconz123 (582 posts) - - Show Bio

@jeanroygrant said:

@TheBatman586 said:

Stops at 10.
#8 Posted by BigCimmerian (7849 posts) - - Show Bio

Stops at 5 or 6

#9 Posted by Killemall (18247 posts) - - Show Bio

@chriconz123 said:

@jeanroygrant said:

@TheBatman586 said:

Stops at 10.
#10 Posted by SithLantern93 (2028 posts) - - Show Bio

Bump.

#11 Posted by Killemall (18247 posts) - - Show Bio

Not sure what i was thinking earlier, classic IG stops at 8 .

Else stops at 9.

#12 Posted by Spartan101 (2281 posts) - - Show Bio

Stops with ig with proper power set up i think.

#13 Edited by SithLantern93 (2028 posts) - - Show Bio

@killemall: Pretty much the same. You thought that he would stop at Anti-Monitor.

#14 Posted by Killemall (18247 posts) - - Show Bio

@killemall: Pretty much the same. You thought that he would stop at Anti-Monitor.

Orginally i thought only Mxy could beat him, after having read a whole lot more in Infinity Gauntlet, its question of which one, the one that Thanos had should surpass him rather handily.

#15 Posted by dondave (34246 posts) - - Show Bio

Stops at Thanos

#16 Posted by lol (3995 posts) - - Show Bio

Wait isnt Undbound Spectre one of his most weaker version?

#17 Posted by BWANASIMBA (350 posts) - - Show Bio

@lol: He was somewhere in the middle, nowhere near Jim Corrigan Spectre, but a helluva lot more powerful than Hal Jordan Spectre.

#18 Posted by lol (3995 posts) - - Show Bio

Stop at 7

#19 Posted by JwwProd (8620 posts) - - Show Bio

Stops at either Ion or Thanos.

#20 Posted by The_Imperator (1881 posts) - - Show Bio

If they don't have a soul (Nekron, Anti-Monitor, probably the Elder Gods, etc.) even if Specter claims to be going full out against them, he literally cannot go full out against them. This was brought up in one of the JSA comics with Johnny Sorrow and the King of Tears, that Specter can't use any sort of divine judgement based powers (i.e. the majority of his power set) against beings with no soul to judge. Just my 2 cents

#21 Posted by dorukesin (5125 posts) - - Show Bio

Clears except Ion

#22 Posted by rolldestroyer (3508 posts) - - Show Bio

Stops at Nekron. Already happened.

#23 Posted by reaverlation (13861 posts) - - Show Bio

Nekron.

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#24 Edited by JwwProd (8620 posts) - - Show Bio
#25 Edited by reaverlation (13861 posts) - - Show Bio

How when it happened?Unbound Spectre is the weakest version so Nekron should win

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#26 Posted by rolldestroyer (3508 posts) - - Show Bio

@jwwprod said:

The OP said PIS is off.

So Spectre should beat Nekron.

Spectre unable to judge Nekron, is not PIS.

Although that also doesn't mean that Spectre can't over-power Nekron, either.

But then again, what has a hostless Spectre done to suggest that he can take on Nekron? Nothing as far as im concerned.

#27 Posted by JwwProd (8620 posts) - - Show Bio

@rolldestroyer said:@jwwprod said:

The OP said PIS is off.

So Spectre should beat Nekron.

Spectre unable to judge Nekron, is not PIS.

Although that also doesn't mean that Spectre can't over-power Nekron, either.

But then again, what has a hostless Spectre done to suggest that he can take on Nekron? Nothing as far as im concerned.

Hostless/Unbound Spectre is more powerful then Spectre with a host (With the exception of when Jim Corrigan Spectre was amped in COIE) and I'm not the only one who would say this.

#28 Edited by rolldestroyer (3508 posts) - - Show Bio

@jwwprod said:

@rolldestroyer said:@jwwprod said:

The OP said PIS is off.

So Spectre should beat Nekron.

Spectre unable to judge Nekron, is not PIS.

Although that also doesn't mean that Spectre can't over-power Nekron, either.

But then again, what has a hostless Spectre done to suggest that he can take on Nekron? Nothing as far as im concerned.

Hostless/Unbound Spectre is more powerful then Spectre with a host (With the exception of when Jim Corrigan Spectre was amped in COIE) and I'm not the only one who would say this.

Well, that's simply false, based on.............everything (Hostless Spectre's performance).

#29 Posted by JwwProd (8620 posts) - - Show Bio

@rolldestroyer said:

@jwwprod said:

@rolldestroyer said:@jwwprod said:

The OP said PIS is off.

So Spectre should beat Nekron.

Spectre unable to judge Nekron, is not PIS.

Although that also doesn't mean that Spectre can't over-power Nekron, either.

But then again, what has a hostless Spectre done to suggest that he can take on Nekron? Nothing as far as im concerned.

Hostless/Unbound Spectre is more powerful then Spectre with a host (With the exception of when Jim Corrigan Spectre was amped in COIE) and I'm not the only one who would say this.

Well, that's simply false, based on.............everything (Hostless Spectre's performance).

Why is it false?

#30 Posted by rolldestroyer (3508 posts) - - Show Bio

@jwwprod: Because based on his performance, a hostless Spectre isn't the most powerful at all. The point of Michael assigning a host to the Spectre-entity, is so that it could manifest/focus its powers.

1 example of a hostless Spectre being weaker than one with an actual host (and i could bring more, but this one i think you're aware of, hence why i am mentioning it), was his fights with Michael. In his 3rd series, in The Spectre #10, Corrigan Spectre lasts for 3 pages against Michael, and actually gives him a fight. In The Spectre #00, Michael casually oneshots the hostless Spectre-entity.

So based on this performance (and as i said, there are more examples), who do you think is more powerful? Go ahead and answer it yourself.

#31 Posted by JwwProd (8620 posts) - - Show Bio

@rolldestroyer said:

@jwwprod: Because based on his performance, a hostless Spectre isn't the most powerful at all. The point of Michael assigning a host to the Spectre-entity, is so that it could manifest/focus its powers.

1 example of a hostless Spectre being weaker than one with an actual host (and i could bring more, but this one i think you're aware of, hence why i am mentioning it), was his fights with Michael. In his 3rd series, in The Spectre #10, Corrigan Spectre lasts for 3 pages against Michael, and actually gives him a fight. In The Spectre #00, Michael casually oneshots the hostless Spectre-entity.

So based on this performance (and as i said, there are more examples), who do you think is more powerful? Go ahead and answer it yourself.

Ok you've got me.

Though I will say this (and if I talk a load of rubbish then please forgive me because I sometimes do without noticing):

If Jim Corrigan Spectre was "a formidable opponent" for Michael then how come Jim Corrigan Spectre had to get amped just to fight Anti-Monitor during COIE? and yet he was still unable to (fully) beat him.

#32 Posted by RetconCrisis (3332 posts) - - Show Bio

Stops at 2.

Classic Fate alone was able to hold his own against Jim Corrigan Spectre being mind-controlled and Morals Off. Jim Corrigan even says later on that the two are near equals. Add on Classic Strange and that should give them the win.

#33 Posted by eisjfiejss (513 posts) - - Show Bio

@jwwprod: Because based on his performance, a hostless Spectre isn't the most powerful at all. The point of Michael assigning a host to the Spectre-entity, is so that it could manifest/focus its powers.

1 example of a hostless Spectre being weaker than one with an actual host (and i could bring more, but this one i think you're aware of, hence why i am mentioning it), was his fights with Michael. In his 3rd series, in The Spectre #10, Corrigan Spectre lasts for 3 pages against Michael, and actually gives him a fight. In The Spectre #00, Michael casually oneshots the hostless Spectre-entity.

So based on this performance (and as i said, there are more examples), who do you think is more powerful? Go ahead and answer it yourself.

Thank you. Finally someone else who knows unbound Spectre is actually one of Spectre's weaker forms.

#34 Posted by beatboks1 (6986 posts) - - Show Bio

@lol: He was somewhere in the middle, nowhere near Jim Corrigan Spectre, but a helluva lot more powerful than Hal Jordan Spectre.

Incorrect, lol was right. An unbound Spectre is the weakest type. There have been several instances through the history of the Spectre that showcase this. here are but a few

Being linked to a soul gives him access to the power of the human spirit as well as. Mind you based on the description of this spectre in the OP it isn't unbound. the fact that Hal is in the mix means there is a soul in play.

#35 Posted by beatboks1 (6986 posts) - - Show Bio

Stops at 2.

Classic Fate alone was able to hold his own against Jim Corrigan Spectre being mind-controlled and Morals Off. Jim Corrigan even says later on that the two are near equals. Add on Classic Strange and that should give them the win.

I was going to say this.

In All Star Squadron Classic Fate fought Spectre who was powered up Kulak and under the control of the ring of life and blood lusted. He only won by BFR.

@jwwprod said:

@rolldestroyer said:

@jwwprod: Because based on his performance, a hostless Spectre isn't the most powerful at all. The point of Michael assigning a host to the Spectre-entity, is so that it could manifest/focus its powers.

1 example of a hostless Spectre being weaker than one with an actual host (and i could bring more, but this one i think you're aware of, hence why i am mentioning it), was his fights with Michael. In his 3rd series, in The Spectre #10, Corrigan Spectre lasts for 3 pages against Michael, and actually gives him a fight. In The Spectre #00, Michael casually oneshots the hostless Spectre-entity.

So based on this performance (and as i said, there are more examples), who do you think is more powerful? Go ahead and answer it yourself.

Ok you've got me.

Though I will say this (and if I talk a load of rubbish then please forgive me because I sometimes do without noticing):

If Jim Corrigan Spectre was "a formidable opponent" for Michael then how come Jim Corrigan Spectre had to get amped just to fight Anti-Monitor during COIE? and yet he was still unable to (fully) beat him.

When he fought anti-monitor in COIE the AM was also VASTLY amped. he had just absorbed 1000's of positive matter universes AND was being powered by all the super heroes of all the earths. His levels were 1000's of times above normal.

#36 Posted by JwwProd (8620 posts) - - Show Bio

@beatboks1 said:

When he fought anti-monitor in COIE the AM was also VASTLY amped. he had just absorbed 1000's of positive matter universes AND was being powered by all the super heroes of all the earths. His levels were 1000's of times above normal.

Yea I already knew that in fact I pretty much know pretty much everything about Anti-Monitor so you really didn't have to tell me that.

But even full power Anti-Monitor is nowhere near the levels of Lucifer and Michael.