who wins this all out battle.
Mighty Thorion says:
"Warsman says:"Solomon is **extremely** difficult to beat and even if Wolvie somehow found a way, Grundy would just come back to life. He has a nasty habit of doing that."Don't forget Wolvie also has regenerative powers."
Meh. Always has to rely on his regenerative powers does he?
"Alpha said:Maybe, but if that wasn't the case. Grundy's dead again."Fresh Prince said:eventually Logan will get knocked unconscious""Grundy easilyWhy?
He can't break Logan's bones. And Logan would heal from anything he does."
"how is it an PIS"
"claws said:And that makes it better? A zombie whose strength and abilities fluctuate with incarnations...that's stupid.Also the JLA doesn't always fight like a team that isn't complete fodder.Some times when they are fighting someone that is tough for them to beat..they will just throw themselves into attacks.Grundy isn't fast enough to hit half the team."i think that was an PIS when grundy took on the jla"
Far from it, and it was actually very well written! As stated, it really depends on Grundy's reincarnation, he could be a team buster, or a docile dimwit!"
"Vodka Headshot said: A zombie whose strength and abilities fluctuate with incarnations...that's stupid.What I am saying though is...if Grundy gets stronger with each incarnation like Hulk does with strength..what makes him then fast enough to keep up with JLA.I don't remember anything mentioning an increase in speed or reaction time.
I would see merit in this if that is not how Grundy has been written for a long time."
@Vodka Headshot: I'm with you on this. Personally, I think the entire concept of Grundy is PIS. But, I don't usually use that acronym because it tends to be used in place of the phrase "I want my character to win, so I'm choosing to write off what his opponent has done in the past." As far as people saying Wolvie's no match for the hulk, you guys know that Wolverine debuted fighting on equal terms with the Hulk right? That's where he started, and he hasn't gone down in power since. Unlike Grundy, who seems like a generic Hulk rip-off, DC can't even agree on how strong he is. They alter his power based on who he's fighting so he'll make an appropriate challenge. I think we call those "jobbers" around here. If DC followed this trend, and put his strength on par with Wolverine, Wolverine obviously has the advantage with his claws and healing.
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