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#1 Edited by Lance Bastro (4744 posts) - - Show Bio

Wolverine has unbreakable kryptonite covered adamantium skeleton VS all versions of Superman.

This is taking place in the Marvel Universe. "Wolverine Comic Book"

#2 Posted by warlock360 (28064 posts) - - Show Bio

Superman

#3 Posted by Lance Bastro (4744 posts) - - Show Bio
Voidheart said:
"Superman"
Which Superman is this?
#4 Posted by HalJordan1986x (4760 posts) - - Show Bio

Heat vision

Wolverine becomes a pile of goo

#5 Posted by AtPhantom (14521 posts) - - Show Bio

He melts him.

#6 Posted by Erik (33329 posts) - - Show Bio

Wolverine is dead from one hundred miles away. Why make this thread?

#7 Posted by warlock360 (28064 posts) - - Show Bio

Let's face it, it goes down like this



anyone making a case for wolverine being the second guy

#8 Posted by LegendaryKYJ (1334 posts) - - Show Bio
Voidheart said:
"Let's face it, it goes down like this



anyone making a case for wolverine being the second guy
"

Void, I'm at work, is that a fastball special into the sun?! :D
#9 Posted by Lance Bastro (4744 posts) - - Show Bio

Can heat vision melt adamantium?

and also, Superman is not going to noticed the reaction of the kyptonite before it's too late. So how is he going to fly away and shoot a heat vision while he's already weakened by the kyptonite?

#10 Posted by AtPhantom (14521 posts) - - Show Bio

He can fly away fast enough before the effects completely overwhelm him, and he doesn't have to melt adamantium, just everything around it.

#11 Posted by Lance Bastro (4744 posts) - - Show Bio
AtPhantom said:
"He can fly away fast enough before the effects completely overwhelm him, and he doesn't have to melt adamantium, just everything around it."
Now the question is, can Wolverine heal from that?
#12 Posted by inferiorego (27190 posts) - - Show Bio
Voidheart said:
"Let's face it, it goes down like this



anyone making a case for wolverine being the second guy
"
You're my hero
Staff
#13 Posted by AtPhantom (14521 posts) - - Show Bio
Lance Bastro said:
"AtPhantom said:
"He can fly away fast enough before the effects completely overwhelm him, and he doesn't have to melt adamantium, just everything around it."
Now the question is, can Wolverine heal from that?"
It doesn't matter. He would just incinerate him again. He can't heal forever.
#14 Posted by Lance Bastro (4744 posts) - - Show Bio

Ok, If Superman were in a Wolverine comic book, would Superman win?

#15 Edited by The Man of Yesteryear (5502 posts) - - Show Bio
Lance Bastro said:
"Wolverine has unbreakable kryptonite covered adamantium skeleton VS all versions of Superman.
Superman. EXTREME CURBSTAMP.

Klyzyzk Klzntplkz, Kal Kent, the Prime Superman, All Star Superman, there are even more.....

Any of those would destroy him in 0.000000000000000000000000000000000001 seconds.

I'll bet they could even break adamantium...
#16 Posted by warlock360 (28064 posts) - - Show Bio
LegendaryKYJ said:
"Voidheart said:
"Let's face it, it goes down like this



anyone making a case for wolverine being the second guy
"

Void, I'm at work, is that a fastball special into the sun?! :D"
two to be exact
#17 Posted by refuse2bstopped (13 posts) - - Show Bio

No way wolvie can win this.  Even with the conditions.  Heat vision can still do a number on him.  And it also depends on where the kryptonite comes from.  Cause Kryptonite only hurts supermen from that particular universe.  And Superboy Prime is also a version of Superman so there's no way wolvies kryptonite skeleton will cover his universe and another.  Wolvie gets beat to pulp.

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

Kryptonite doesn't even affect all of the versions of Superman. SBP or Hank Henshaw for the solo curb stomp.

#19 Posted by AtPhantom (14521 posts) - - Show Bio
Korg said:
"Kryptonite doesn't even affect all of the versions of Superman. SBP or Hank Henshaw for the solo curb stomp."
ANY VERSION of Superman for solo curbstomp.
#20 Posted by Korg (11931 posts) - - Show Bio

I was just pointing out the futility of the kryptonite idea.