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#1 Posted by Magethor (1128 posts) - - Show Bio

@Mortein said:

@Magethor said:

Ultron.

That guy is powered by nuclear fusion, therefore the energy output he is able to fire is only equivalent to a fraction of that of a nuclear fusion.

Is that enough to hurt Cell?

Well it depends on how many hydrogen cores you fuse lol, but no it should not be enough.

Just to destroy the moon you would need 600 billion Tsar bombs

Ah I see. Thanks.

So 1 Tsar bomb = Ultron

600 Billion Tsar blowing at up the same time would = the destruction of one moon

One Cell = destroying a large planet with a single explosion

One Perfect Cell = Destroying a star with a single attack

One Super Perfect Cell = Destroying an entire Solar System where the blast ratio is starting at Earth.

#2 Posted by Magethor (1128 posts) - - Show Bio

Sarah is still here, and by other guy, you mean the creator of this site? R.E.D Lamp?

#3 Posted by Magethor (1128 posts) - - Show Bio

The next Robin is going to be an android. And watch. Will come next year depending if a writer wants to make this new character.

That's one thing I don't like about DC. They are not original. At least in Marvel, a writer can not just make a new character out of nowhere.

#4 Edited by Magethor (1128 posts) - - Show Bio

If we are assuming he sets it to full blast.

A) Wolverine = Flesh, meat and bone under the adamantium would vaporize. The adamantium itself would be somewhat melted or warped.

B) King Kong = Disintegrated

C) Hellboy = Disintegrated

D) Master Chief = Disintegrated

E) Silver Surfer (weakest level) = Pushed back far away from the concussive force. He would be able to absorb the fusion but his body would be very very hot.

F) Godzilla = A whole would be blasted through him

G) Data = Every part made out of Duranium would survive so Data would survive but he will be losing his limbs.

H) T-1000 = Vaporized

I) Technodrome = Huge hole and the insides would be fried

J) Hulk = About 60% would be disintegrated, but he will heal from it.

@danhimself said:

hard to say...in the original series most of the Transformer's energy beams bounced off of other Transformers without appearing to do much damage but then you get to the animated movie where their weapons are ripping wholes through each other and Galvatron's cannon could incinerate Starscream...plus we really haven't seen them go up against other beings other than other Cybertronians

The Transformers are pretty durable, their bodies are not made out of steel, but some other alloy from Cybertron. Besides, Megatron hardly fires at them with full blast. He fires at them to 1) stun them or 2) damage them enough to capture them.

#5 Posted by Magethor (1128 posts) - - Show Bio

The question that must never be answered is the question that Megatron must ask himself because if Megatron answers that question; he is not going to like the results

#6 Posted by Magethor (1128 posts) - - Show Bio

Bump.

#7 Posted by Magethor (1128 posts) - - Show Bio

Ultron.

That guy is powered by nuclear fusion, therefore the energy output he is able to fire is only equivalent to a fraction of that of a nuclear fusion.

Is that enough to hurt Cell?

#8 Edited by Magethor (1128 posts) - - Show Bio

@ShootingNova: Some alien guy. I forgot his name. He was the Scientist Supreme.

#9 Posted by Magethor (1128 posts) - - Show Bio

@ShootingNova: It's because they were influenced by a curse. The curse is that if any little thing that goes wrong with the world like littering in the streets or if someone spills oil in the ocean, all the Defenders whether if they are together or if they are scattered in different parts of the universe would be instantly teleported to Gaea. It was annoying them and they wanted to be free from the curse, but the curse also made them sensitive to anger which is why they attacked her for no reason. Well, it wasn't really her because she doesn't have a corporeal body. She's a spirit, They were attacking a mountain.

#10 Edited by Magethor (1128 posts) - - Show Bio

Jack Kirby did not envision the "majority" of the Marvel icons. Stan Lee did. Kirby was the medium. Stan would tell Kirby what to draw, Kirby would draw it. Stan would say, "Yeah, that's it." or "No, I don't want it like that, that's not how I want it." and he would go to detail with Kirby about what he wanted drawn.

The only list of Marvel characters that Kirby actually created on his own were the Eternals and Celestials, but he borrowed their concept from his previous creations 6 years back, the New Gods of DC. But his 'envision' of how the Celestial's looked like was based off of Galactus, another one of Stan Lee's envisioned characters.