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You're comparing lifetime sales of a franchise to the monthly sales of another...
Mangas such as Shonen Jump only sells in the 100,000s on a monthly basis, the same as American comics.
Any origin could be used if written right.
One I'd suggest would be that Diana was created by the gods as their perfect representative in a modern world. It has a lot of potential (like the demi-goddess origin) and deals with themes like the loss of spirituality in the modern world, examination of modern culture and how Diana deals with her humanity (she was made, not born etc).
Yes! You added Sutekh to the list! He is by far one of the most diabolical and powerful foes the doctor has faced and probably one of the few times where he genuinely feared his enemy. Course, I don't expect him to win as he's a classic doctor who villain.My runners up would be Fenric, Omega or the Cybermen.
@cosmic_lantern: Firstly, I believe you're taking that feat out of context. What insinuated that what Sentry did was telepathy?
Secondly, Superman has resisted TP from even Helspont before, so I don't consider telepathy to be a deciding factor here, especially considering Sentry has never initiated a battle with telepathy, nor has he used it in battle before. Even Martian Manhunter described Superman's mind as "One of the most powerful minds he'd ever encountered".
Other than that however, yes, Sentry does indeed win this.
Like kryptonite, different writers have written Superman with different levels of resistance, some have it like a weakness of his, others have him with midway resistance, while others still have him nearly immune to it. There's no point in bringing up his resistance feats when he's been shown just as much times to be easily susceptible to it (He's more often the most likely in the JL to be mind controlled in storylines).
Does anyone know what part of the John Carter mythos Dynamite was prevented from using until now?
@rustyroy: I think of the Scorpion King every time I see the any trailers or pictures.
@natvin-Also, I think Odysseus was a bigger hero of Greek Mythology, considering he was the main hero in the tale Achilles appeared in (I don't blame you, I blame that goddamn Brad Pitt...)