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#1 Edited by chtri001 (53 posts) - - Show Bio

Who wins the fight in the picture below?

#2 Posted by chtri001 (53 posts) - - Show Bio

No prep, no secret service. The fight breaks out spontaneously in the middle of a debate. Who wins?

#3 Posted by chtri001 (53 posts) - - Show Bio

Everyone in the Naruto universe teams up to kill Goku. This includes the deceased who are brought back to life. Can all of them working together kill the saiyan?

#4 Posted by chtri001 (53 posts) - - Show Bio

No prep. The meet unexpectedly. Gandalf has his staff, Dumbledore has his wand. Who wins?

#5 Posted by chtri001 (53 posts) - - Show Bio

So, the Kree empire and the Federation from Star Trek go to war. Who wins?

#6 Posted by chtri001 (53 posts) - - Show Bio

So, main character of Skyrim levels up as high as he can go and tries to kill the Hulk. He's got the best weapons and armor possible. Hulk is at his standard power levels. Who wins?

#7 Posted by chtri001 (53 posts) - - Show Bio

hrmm...I tried to post more pictures of the Star Trek power players but the site gets rid of them when I save. Oh well, whatever Comicvine.

#8 Edited by chtri001 (53 posts) - - Show Bio

So, say the Federation and the other power players in the Star Trek Universe try to wage war against the Marvel Universe. How well do they do? I know they wouldn't beat the big guns like Galactus, the Celestials, the abstracts, etc. But what about Shiar? What about the Kree? What about the phalanx? How does this fight go down?

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#9 Edited by chtri001 (53 posts) - - Show Bio

You said Wanda can't erase Raven, but you never said she couldn't change her past by altering reality. An enraged Wanda at full House of M levels would rewrite history so that Raven was never trained in magic and is as weak as a normal human. She then summons a Kree armada to fire rockets at Raven's head.

#10 Posted by chtri001 (53 posts) - - Show Bio

@CitizenBane said:

@The_Last_Son_of_Czarnia said:

@CitizenBane: I thought he was an imp from a different dimension (one with fractions?) and Mxy's equal in magic?

There was a Superman/Batman story where Mxy told the Joker that the latter had retained a small piece of Mxy even after he'd been stripped of his Emperor Joker powers, and he later caused Joker to spit out that piece, which turned out to be Bat-Mite.

Well, that's just one of multiple origins. Originally, he was just another 5th Dimensional imp like Mxy, then they changed that and gave him the Emperor Joker origin, and then they changed it again and made him a figment of Batman's imagination. Honestly, I don't think continuity really matters in the DCU. Next week he'll probably have a completely different origin.

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