Nothing in the scan indicates he's in the far the side of a clearing, while his enemies are on the other side. Honestly, it looks like he's hiding behind a bush. There is absolutely no context that shows the distance between him and his foes. And removing the firearms off a couple of soldiers doesn't really compare, especially when Lvenger and I have super strength. Nothing in that scan shows the magnetic pulse the baton produces is sufficient enough to disarm superhumans.
Ok I'll make it easier for you. this is the page before he used the baton to remove the guns from the Cubans.
He was so close to the rebels he disarmed that he needed to use the magnification in his Manhunter mask just to see them. Based on the fact that your position is only 2.5 times the distance between the buildings that have nothing more than a normal road between them, I seriously doubt I'll need magnification, your position is WELL within my range.
I will leave that up to @lvenger to refute, since that is his character. I don't really see the diversionary tactic in having little metal pieces clinging to our characters, given that the magnetic pulse produced by your weapon is not strong enough to do much to begin with.
Maybe you should read the attack your countering. The charging you with a magnetic pulse will make your living magnets (as it did for Catman) and since your standing right beside trucks you'll be stuck to them.
So seeing the potential moves of your opponent (something that Spider-man can't do) is not a rule breaker? I'm really not following your line of logic here. Midnighter's computer works only if he sees you, so would that be considered weaker than Spider-man's merely because the range is less limited? Being able to see into the future is a form of precognition regardless of what you say and I can tell you that Spider-man can see the future in any way shape or form. He gets a little tingle when danger is coming, not visions of future events about to occur. However, this is ultimately an issue for Erik to muddle over and I won't spend anymore effort on this point.
Well let's see, in Spiderman 269 Pete's spidey sense detected a coming attack of Firelord while the herald of Galactus was still in space. That was a future event well beyond what my build is capable of. But to settle it once and for all
Every feat here is equal to or above what Argus has done. In fact Spidey saw and "predicted" the danger BEFORE Argus did in the scan i showed in most of these. Clearly Spidey "CAN see potential moves of an opponents" as well as sense and track them at the far side of the city. If you'd like I can get a few dozen more that are better.
He didn't turn Catman into a magnet. He shot a pulse at him and it sent him flying into the car in front of him. I don't know where you got the notion he magnetized Catman. It's impossible to magnetize a human being because we are not ferrous metals. The distance was not from the opposite side of a car park either. Nothing in the scan shows the distances you are describing. The distance between Catman and Manhunter is not even shown honestly. All we can infer is that Manhunter was behind Catman
How the F%^ do you think a magnetic pulse does anything to a human being who isn't metal and has nothing for it to affect if not charging him. Also in the other scan vs Dumas his fall back trick of doing just that didn't work because he had insulated his costume to prevent it. Even if you were right (which your not) and it was merely a blast pushing him here is an example of just how powerful that blast is.
The force of that blast broke every bone in Dumas' body. he didn't come back to plague mark for another 19 to 20 issues even with his Wolverine level healing factor.
Also in case there was any doubt about Range
He starts off as you can see on the ground below a mountain range where the house is so far away he has to use magnification increase several times to see his quarry clearly and then uses his baton to simply land on the skylight ( they're usually on the roof). So let's just do away with the range problem thing. I can do everything I said from behind the protection of the building I started behind quit a distance from you and if need be further away.
As you should know, magnets have a hard time picking up non-ferrous metals (the reason why a standard magnet can't pick up the metal part of a pencil or gold, for example) and nothing in your scan show he can magnetize non-ferrous metals or create a magnetic field strong enough to attract said metals.
And yet i've shown you scans of said magento's moving a man (who is is as I said non ferrous). It would seem your just underrating the feats. of course they're not magneto level ( I can't control the iron in blood and as I already said at best deflect a bullet) but the feats I have shown clearly show I can do as I said because they did.
The problem with this is that Aphrodite doesn't run on an external energy source, i.e. she doesn't run on batteries. In none of her appearances were there any indication that she required any outside energy source to function properly or that her internal components required any additional power source outside of her own natural biology (i.e. natural electrical output of the human body and energy derived from the consumption of food products).
O_o ?? where did I say "outside energy??? I clearly showed scans of Argus seeing power sources internally in robots in the centre of buildings in control rooms ( with several walls between the power source and himself). What hope do you have to counter an argument if your not even reading it in detail?? I also showed scans of Argus seeing the truth in things ( like cartoon figures when he looks at people telling him they are secretly the boss here's one again)
I can't be fooled man, no way, no how.
The issue I have with this is that the scan you used to show an EMP was not really an EMP. All Manhunter did was fuse the exposed circuitry of Mirror Master's suit, which can be done a variety of ways that does not include an EMP. Unlike Mirror Master's equipment, Aphrodite's electronic components are all internal and located deep below the flesh, meaning that the energy you produce to disrupt electronics has to be able to penetrate skin and flesh level. The human body can actually absorb a good deal of electricity on its own and the majority of that electricity is passed on the surface of the skin, and does not actually penetrate beyond skin level. So the same amount of energy used to fuse the circuits in Mirror Master's suit may not work on Aphrodite, because of biological factors.
He's shut down plenty of things before with no problem
When ever he's faced a tech powered guy that guy's tech always seems to fail. Must be just dumb luck hey??
Now, I don't play Call of Duty, so I wasn't sure how large the map is. So I decided to do a quick youtube search of this map and found that it was quite substantial, despite what the aerial views may show. There are many areas from which to hide in and use as shielding (a good tactic versus your magnetic pulse, since it requires an unobstructed view to work) and one intriguing thing I noticed is that there is not that much metal present (so your strategy involving magnetization becomes weaker). I could even argue that the metal you do see is most likely non-ferrous metal, so would not be affected by your magnetization to begin with.
Not much metal???
Please tell me when the last time was that trucks were constructed without metal. or buildings with none. OMG ( and that's wasn't me calling your name) NO METAL ROFLMFAO. Yeah that's really gonna fly that one.