@deathbyants: A character can be vastly different in levels of skill without their weapon. Thor's best skill feats are with Mjolnir, his h2h ones are mediocre. And this is h2h combat only, so idky we are assuming he is going to be using any outside powers like lightning.
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@thenaughtytitan: The rule in question is that a user cannot post more than 3, full page scans from the issue due to possible copyright problems, which most respect threads will have multiple pages from multiple issues. If the thread got posted after the rule was in place, it possibly got deleted. If it was posted before the rule was implemented and can't get worked on as extensively as it was before then the poster could have asked for it to be taken. So there maybe a couple reasons why it got deleted.
So let me get this straight, according to these forums: Wonder Woman loses to Hulk, she loses to Thor when he has Mjolnir, but she can beat Unworthy Thor in H2H?
That makes no sense, Mjolnir doesn't enhance Thor' physically in any way, why would she suddenly win now?
Why not? Hulk's stats get better over time, Thor's don't. Mjolnir is a plot device weapon and Thor can hit harder with it than he can without it. Diana has the strength to harm him, is durable enough to tank his hits, is vastly quicker, and is a better fight. Why shouldn't she able to beat him?
@thenaughtytitan: I've never been to the thread you are talking about, so I don't know. My two guesses would be it either got deleted at the OP's request, or it got deleted because of breaking the multi-scan rule.
I'm still not sold on these Marvel killing characters off deal to Spite Fox rumors. Marvel still owns the rights to said characters, and if the Fox movies do well, then it still leaves the potential for Marvel to get new readers and it boosts their own sales. It is similar to Marvel trying to change stuff to fit the films to attract new readers but they just don't get the movie profits, but can still boost sales via the comics. If Marvel kills off a character to spite Fox then they lose the profits for that character and still don't make any money because of the comics while Fox has decades of stories to pick from. Idk, maybe I'm wrong, but if Marvel is in the business to make money, which they are, then it comes off as hemorrhaging from both ends.