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Posted by jloneblackheart

Up until a few issues ago, this was my favorite title. I mean, reading each issue several times fantastic. Then things changed and now you have to be reading Avengers also to keep up. I hate to say but as a reader of New Avengers only, I am losing interest in the story.

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Posted by jloneblackheart

@degraaf: I'm just listing ones I've made contributions to. I'll make it to the microverse eventually

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@cosmicallyaware1: Thanks, I appreciate it. It usually takes a little while to get all my info together and did through my boxes and find back issues. I also like adding planets and even the most obscure members to try and get them closer to complete.

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@cosmicallyaware1: Yes. The pages are usually not given much attention by other editors. One at a time I try to add origins, history and members. It's a sub-hobby of my wiki editing.

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@fables87: me too, although i'm not overly fond of the ones from Mega Man 7 & 10

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@thereptile: @blackwind: I would consider Superman and Thor high tier. They are quite the heavy hitters that take on those more powerful than themselves and still prevail. One of you said that you would consider Silver Surfer high tier, but he is usually shown equal to Thor (against what I might actually believe).

But anyway, by "high tier" I am more referring to the top eschelon of comic characters. The popular heavy hitters.

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Posted by jloneblackheart

Oh. My. God. "density and weight are not really related" when density equals mass/volume. They're actually DIRECTLY related.

About both of us being trolls, that's probably true. That said, I'll make this one my last reply in this blog.

Obviously I had no idea about the forums, but allowing cross-universe battles is kind of pointless in the first place. Even same universe battles can be ridiculous when different story writers are involved. I posted in a Star Wars forum that had those for a while, and when one writer contradicts another just to add some epic situation to his story you're gonna have trouble in a fictional batte.

Moderator or staff member, I don't really care, apparently this is not the website forums, but a blog. If you wanted to keep the discussion inside the forums, this wasn't the right place to write this, was it?

In the end it doesn't matter if you read every american comic or DB comic out there, your reading comprehension seems flawed. I said there should be no discussion in the first place, I said they proved you wrong. That doesn't mean you "lost" anything, it means you don't have a point, the article doesn't have a point, it's nonsense to compare and not worth writing or reading. This is entirely based on ridiculous assumptions, and it is a shame for this to be on a website.

With the whole article and quotes like the first I wrote in this reply you're giving the impression of being incredibly ignorant, you'd best delete this whole mess.

You won't though, so don't be mad if anyone else comes and laughs at you. Goodbye.

I'm pretty sure you know exactly what I meant about density and weight, my point being that dense does not equal heavy, but whatev. That's what your type does, goes for the small points.

I could spend the time to fully respond but it's a waste. You're just repeating yourself, not actually comprehending my responses and contradicting yourself (if it's not worth reading, then why are you here?). I don't think I'll be deleting it and thanks to you digging it up it's actually drawn in people with good points.

On the other hand, I'm used to the typical responses by people like you. Non-contributors that just try to bring people down because of their own ignorance or bias. It's just dumb. And by that, I don't mean YOU are dumb, just what you say, think and write are dumb.

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