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As much as a necrophiliac would love to fantasize about it , he's not part of Gaiman's girl . He's an independent Death Abstract , one of the 3 faces of death . .
Given she's the one interacting with everyone that dies in the DCU (as seen in Action Comics with Lex) and the nod to the Black Racer / Nekron - they seem to be minor facets of her. Maybe I'm taking it the wrong way.The fact for Nekron to do much of anything he requires a host / avatar in the universe and the moment someone kick starts its heart he loses. Hell even then he made it a point to use the Anti-Monitor to empower his lantern corps.
Nope . I would go on to say that Nekron is more like the DC analogue of Oblivion , although unlike Oblivion Nekron doesn't just sit on his ass all day making snarky comments about mortal entities and less powerful Abstracts .
I'd agree with that assessment - albeit Nekron's interaction with the DCU isn't exactly all that frequent and his goals are more akin to Thanos than Oblivion's.
There is literally nothing to indicate(apart from her character traits where she treats everything in a light and fun manner) that she's a higher level of Death Abstract over the other 2 faces of Death . Right , so basically there is no special stipulation which gives Galactus the quick and easy win in this thread . Thought so .
In your attempt to lowball Nekron by comparing his goals to those of Thanos , you're clearly forgetting that Thanos is the same guy who's all too often conquered the Marvel Universe and in doing so has sh@t all over the beings of Oblivion's ilk . Not the best way to downplay a character imo , but to each his own .
@thanosii: Nope . I would go on to say that Nekron is more like the DC analogue of Oblivion , although unlike Oblivion Nekron doesn't just sit on his ass all day making snarky comments about mortal entities and less powerful Abstracts .
A big "so" comes to mind. Being a part of Death the Endless doesn't quite ring the power card when the character has ridiculous stipulations that anyone that can revive the dead can exploit.
As much as a necrophiliac would love to fantasize about it , he's not part of Gaiman's girl . He's an independent Death Abstract , one of the 3 faces of death . I'd like to know exactly what these generic stipulations are that enable Galactus to get the handy win over a universal death Abstract .
Name any of your top 3 fav moments from the show . I'll start with my own :
1. When Walt bombs Tuco's headquarters .
2. When Walt narrowly escapes the Salamanca twins' assassination attempt .
3. Hank's death .
@isaac_clarke: Considering that there are Galactus in other universes being a universe buster would make no sense, Galactus on Galactus violence
Fleeing from Chaos King is not a feat when street levelers can teleport to other universes
I've been over the Abraxas scenario, irrelevant to his actual power and a terrible plot idea
Even I haven't claimed Nekron went against all Earths heroes,he only went against a small selection but in that situation was knocked back by characters as weak as the Thing
It would actually , as the 616-Galactus is the prime Galactus . 616-Galactus has taken on the Mad Celestials , beings who were destroying universes across the multiverse , fought Agamotto and Mephisto(against whom he wasn't even nourished) within the latter beings' own realms causing trans-dimensional(in one case) and sub-universal( in the other case) collateral damages respectively , been portrayed as a peer to a universal scale reality warper(Franklin Richards) , and even now in the current Hunger arc , is threatening the Ultimateverse .
Galactus never fled from the Chaos King .
Abraxas isn't relevant to gauging Galactus' actual power-level , what is relevant are umpteen feats from comics that prove so .
All that done and said , I would give the overall win to Nekron here because he's a Death Abstract of the DCverse .
While it would be logical for people to vote option number 4 simply because of the Spectre's recent fight with the Phantom Stranger , let's not forget that Galactus , Scrier and the Other performed a somewhat similar feat in the Thor Annual .
I would presume that it would take a large host of Celestials(certainly bigger than the one which crushed the Destroyer) to take on Spectre , and to be generous let's say that it's the same size as the one which fought from the Galactus Engine . Option 3 , by default becomes the most sensible one therefore .
@the_imperator: Concession accepted .
Also , the Celestials would crush Merlyn . I have read enough of the Captain Britain Corps comics to know that for all the hype that's put behind him and all the so-called "omniversal" powers associated with him , he's little more than a Thanos-level character . Or do you want me to post scans where Psylocke pushed his sh1t in ?