@tron_bonne said:@Chaos Prime said:It was already shown to you in this thread that Oblivion simply killed the Juggernaut, toyed around with his soul, put him back together and spit him back out simply for his own amusement The Galactus engine or anything of a high stature from the Cancerverse would have Killed The Juggernaut as well. You got owned in this thread along time ago, why are to still clinging to it as if you have proven any points thus far?The Galactus Engine should be a moot argument considering that Death defeated it and sucked the entire Cancerverse into Oblivion (non-existent). However, apparently, Oblivion/Death could not obliterate Juggernaut so how suppose is Death or Oblivion able to obliterate Cyttorak. Let alone, a Galactus Engine being able to defeat something that can not be obliterated.
Not read all the posts but some of the arguments are that Cyttorak is all powerful because of the power he gave to Juggs..
Well yes that is a great feat but then wot about the Galactus Engine? That Beast was taking down abstracts & celestials..
It was not pointed in any panel this “ Oblivion simply killed the Juggernaut, toyed around with his soul, put him back together and spit him back out simply for his own amusement”
It is wrong , in the original arc, Oblivion was unable to kill the Juggernaut, it just considered him a kind of "bacteria" because it could not get rid of him, Oblivion just proposed Juggernaut to take his memories of spells in change to back him to his dimension. Oblivion just aged him because it could not destroy the Juggernaut, otherwise it would have not proposed a human deal with Cain .
On the other scan Cain said he died in a metaphorical sense because he was aged and was indefinitely floating within Oblivion’s dimension without any purpose and due Oblivion could not destroy him then it proposed him a deal to return him to Earth in exchange for his memories of spells.