If the Mad Titan can do this to a Cosmic Being, pretty above beings like Darkseid and others of DC, what can Super Boy Prime do to Thanos? This is as Thanos was collecting the Gems.... he just shows the pimp hand to SBP and puts him in his place.
The In-Betweener was powerless. Read the comic, for god's sake.
Thunderbolts. I'd give Deadpool the edge over Cap if he's determined to win and a solid majority over Widow, Punisher or Elektra the edge over Widow (War Zone and Widow #3 stalemates not withstanding), and.....I'm not completely sure how Elektra and Shang Chi match up. I remember an old encounter in Elektra's solo series but not much else.
Does "in character but determined to win" mean Frank won't stand still and let Steve pummel him senseless because war hero?
@the_last_son_of_czarnia: Was it 1990 or 1994? I thought Cosmic Rock Zombie playing in his head 24/7 was the reason mind-control didn't work against him. The earliest I remember that appearing was Lobo #0 from '94.
Come back to me when Lanterns don't get their shields busted open like a can of string beans every other week.
Sinestro's shields don't. The last showing of Sinestro's shields involved him shrugging off an exploding planet with minimal injuries.
Judging Sinestro by the abilities of fodder Lanterns is about as accurate as suggesting Thor dies after one hit because Daken and Taskmaster were lolraping fodder Asgardians. Considering in the last few years Thor has been KO'd by an exploding jet and wrecked by people who struggled with Captain America among myriad other embarrassments, bringing up what characters do every other week might not be the best course of action.
@the_last_son_of_czarnia: I recall Braniac taking control over Lobo mind before... is there context involved (cant recall).
Legion shouldnt be able to kill Lobo, unless the whole reality warping was involved, and given i notice just now its a fight to the death not too sure how team 2 should lose.
Assuming we're talking about the same incident involving Lobo and the Milton Fine version of Brainiac, that story was written 4 years before Lobo's immunity to telepathy as a result of the microradio in his head was introduced.
The Superman/Batman incident is a bit ambiguous with regard to whether Lobo's immunity to telepathy played a factor ---- he was unaffected by the combined psychic power of Despero and a race of alien telepaths, but according to him it was because they took a look inside his head and didn't like what they found rather than not being able to get inside his head in the first place.
Apart from that Tommy Monaghan once read Lobo's mind with no difficulty whatsoever, but that entire issue was just Ennis trashing Lobo because he hates characters like that.