I think the fully powered Juggernaut vs. WWH would probably be a standstill. It's like an immovable object vs. and unstoppable one.You decide which is which :)
WWH and Juggernaut already fought in WWH: X-Men. Did anybody do there homework before posting. It surprises me so many people post without knowing any facts about said characters. Alot of people here are just posting to pad there post stats.
Plenty of people have 'done their homework', thanks. Fact of the matter is Hulk didn't technically 'beat' Juggernaut - he just BFR'd him. Not a real win in the eyes many readers.
I know that's a hard truth to swallow - I lost a few night's sleep over it as well, being a giant Hulk fanboy - but take a few deep breaths, go take a walk, have some guy-thinking-time, and accept the harsh truth that these are comic books, and no matter how mad you get about them, you're still wrong.
The best DC could muster was Russell Crowe as Jor-El?
My thoughts exactly! Far cry from Marlon Brando too.
What are you on? Crowe is one of the best actors of the current age. He and Hopkins have been nominated for, and won the same amount of Best Actor Oscars.
Thank you! And while I love Anthony Hopkins and Rene Russo, I thought Thor was mediocre at best. The entire forced romance with Natalie Portman was beyond boring. I didn't love Green Lantern either and thought it was about on the same level as Thor in regard to overall feeling. Both spent too much time on earth and too little time doing what made them super.
Couldn't agree more. Overall I'd have to say I have been pretty disappointed with most of the Comicbook movies that have come out. As for FTBB's comment, I'm not on anything, I was just voicing my opinion. The only thing I have ever come close to liking Crowe in was Galdiator. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I thought that this was a venue for voicing ones opinions without fear of being ridiculed for said opinion. We can agree to disagree without being juvenile can't we?
No. No we can't.
The internet was not made for friendly discussion. It was made for war, and it will be the death of us all.