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#1 Posted by k4tzm4n (44234 posts) - - Show Bio

Starting distance should have been included. My guess is seeing as he is in a 1v2 situation he will try to knock one out first right off the bad, prob nightwing being the adult. He will assume he only has normal human durability and fire a weak shot. he will then proceed to take on damian and from what Ive heard Cyclops is very good at H2H. I'll assume he beats damian or while fighting him nightwing will try to surprise him but Cyclops with his spatial awareness will notice and have an effective shot to knock out Nightwing. Then he proceeds to beat Damin and thats game.

If someone feels this could go different tag me, I like reading other peoples oppinions.

It is included:

  • They're fighting in a generic downtown city setting. It's unpopulated, at night and all standard city lights remain on. Assume they start roughly 40 feet apart and visible. However, there is a good amount of cover in the location (parked vehicles, bus stops and such) and the entire area is on limits (alleys, rooftops, building interiors, the sewer, etc).
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#2 Edited by k4tzm4n (44234 posts) - - Show Bio

@bullpr said:

Again, Scott should be able to easily intercept them, specially starting 40 feet away.

This OP is clearly in favor of Cyclops, I'm quite surprise of the votes for the moment

How? Wolverine had a shorter starting distance for two very obvious reasons:

1) He has no long range attacks.

2) His enemy knows him very well.

Bumping team DC back 10 feet isn't meant to hinder them -- it's meant to balance the fact that both of them have an assortment of projectiles (one of which -- smoke -- can enhance their cover). And the OP always says they start visible but they're surrounded by cover. They aren't just going to stand in the open when the match begins; they'll be on the move and, assuming they aren't tagged, they have access to a variety of cover and paths.

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#3 Edited by k4tzm4n (44234 posts) - - Show Bio
@surfingthehighway said:
@k4tzm4n said:

@hushofthewind said:

Honestly he should be fighting Nightwing on his own. Adding Damien to the mix is just unfair. Cyke is going to blast a kid full on.

Disagree. I think it would be an uphill fight for Nightwing if he was solo (not saying he can't win or give Cyclops trouble, I just think it's a big challenge for him). Adding Damian makes it far more interesting and adds more variables. Much more to think about ;)

WOULD Cyclops fire his optic blast against a kid? That's what I'm mainly worried about...

He wouldn't go all out, but I see no reason why he wouldn't be willing to defend himself with a blast that's just powerful enough to knock an opponent out. I'm guessing it'll be established pretty swiftly that Damian isn't someone he should underestimate.

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#4 Edited by k4tzm4n (44234 posts) - - Show Bio

@hushofthewind said:

Honestly he should be fighting Nightwing on his own. Adding Damien to the mix is just unfair. Cyke is going to blast a kid full on.

Disagree. I think it would be an uphill fight for Nightwing if he was solo (not saying he can't win or give Cyclops trouble, I just think it's a big challenge for him). Adding Damian makes it far more interesting and adds more variables. Much more to think about ;)

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#5 Posted by k4tzm4n (44234 posts) - - Show Bio

@teerack said:

Would have preferred Cyclops vs Steve Rogers(Heroic Age, As the super Solider, Energy Shield and Gun). Then the fights out come wouldn't have been so obvious.

A 2% difference does not = an obvious outcome for Cyclops. If anything, it proves it's a good fight that can go either way.

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#6 Posted by k4tzm4n (44234 posts) - - Show Bio

@jashro44 said:

I kind of want to see deathstroke vs cyclops.....

This...

Both of them are expert tacticians.. Would be hell of a battle..

It would be, wouldn't it?

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#7 Edited by k4tzm4n (44234 posts) - - Show Bio

@starbrand1 said:

what ever makes you feel better. i get tired of all the negativeness that spews out of this place. Im done with this site and forums in general, None of you are ever happy about any book. I try to go in as positive i can with every book but people like you pretty much ruin the comic experince for someone like my self who take every book and try to enjoy them for what they are. a friend told me when i got into comics to avoid places like this because all people do is complain, well he was right and i learned my lesson.

If you click the "reviews" tab up top, the first page will display 40 of our latest reviews. A grand total of 6 reviews have a score of 3-stars or less. So yeah, I'd say there isn't nearly as much negativity as you're implying and clearly, we're very happy with a majority of the books we're fortunate enough to review. Also, if you disagree with a review, say why instead of focusing on insulting another human being. That's just rude and there's no need to do that simply because someone doesn't share your opinion about a subjective piece of work.

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#8 Posted by k4tzm4n (44234 posts) - - Show Bio

What, no Injustice reference? Oh come on, even Bleeding Cool did it!

Regarding Superman punching Wraith through the moon, I assume? I considered it, but I couldn't make it concise enough for the caption.

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#9 Posted by k4tzm4n (44234 posts) - - Show Bio

Just curious, has there ever been a Battle of the Week where "Too Close To Call" was the winning option?

I would have thought that's how this one would turn out, but I guess not...

Yes, TMNT vs. Deadpool was a draw. I think there were 2 or so which only had a 1% difference, too.

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#10 Posted by k4tzm4n (44234 posts) - - Show Bio

Shocker, just because we have no idea about that costume's limits. Spider-Man couldn't harm him at all and ended up getting humiliated.

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