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Edited by TheManInTheShoe

Was it All-Father Thor? In that case I wouldn't be surprised that he did. If it's the Avenger Thor i guess it was plausible as well.

Posted by Jonny_Anonymous

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Posted by tikhunt

I really regret not picking this series up. I kinda hoped that because I was reading Uncanny Avengers his presence there would quench my Thorst (see what I did there) however he hasn't shined yet although I don't think it's a bad portrayal.

Edited by novi_homines

LOL!!! Yes it was present thor doing this. For those who may not know what he's talking about, here's the issue.

Posted by BigCimmerian

Wait for CitizenBane to ruin your dreams.

Edited by sommyt

@bigcimmerian: he can get on his man of steel buss train we dont give a s#!t lol ...THE BIG BOY IS BACK

Edited by TDK_1997

Are you really considering that because of the fact that he/they were busting planets he/they are better and stronger than Superman?

Posted by sommyt

LOL!!! Yes it was present thor doing this. For those who may not know what he's talking about, here's the issue.

THANKS FOR POST

Edited by Nerx

YESS

Now marvel is in the right direction, going oldschool and with good art

Posted by Nerx
Posted by sommyt

@nerx: yessss sirrr!!!!!

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@tdk_1997 said:

Are you really considering that because of the fact that he/they were busting planets he/they are better and stronger than Superman?

Not yet, need more feats perhaps a sun or two

Posted by Walzo

Wait for CitizenBane to ruin your dreams.

Why, what actually happened?

Posted by novi_homines
Posted by BigCimmerian

@walzo said:

@bigcimmerian said:

Wait for CitizenBane to ruin your dreams.

Why, what actually happened?

He say that no planet was destroyed on panel and that they were only explosions on planets not that Thor actually destroyed them, but I am Thor fanboy and I will pretend they were shattered by his strength lol.

Posted by BigCimmerian

@walzo said:

@bigcimmerian said:

Wait for CitizenBane to ruin your dreams.

Why, what actually happened?

He say that no planet was destroyed on panel and that they were only explosions on planets not that Thor actually destroyed them, but I am Thor fanboy and I will pretend they were shattered by his strength lol.

Posted by Walzo

@walzo said:

@bigcimmerian said:

Wait for CitizenBane to ruin your dreams.

Why, what actually happened?

He say that no planet was destroyed on panel and that they were only explosions on planets not that Thor actually destroyed them, but I am Thor fanboy and I will pretend they were shattered by his strength lol.

That's what probably actually happened....

Posted by Saren

Well, yeah, no planet was actually destroyed. All you see is a series of three explosions on one world and a seismic rupture on the moon (?) nearby. I honestly don't see why this wouldn't or shouldn't be dismissed as the same flowery hyperbole that's a trademark of virtually every Thor story, it's just the nature of the character. Hell, at the start of this same issue, Thor lands a blow on Gorr and it's supposed to be as powerful as "the fury of a billion storms". Thor's also withstood "the weight of a score of planets" in the same issue where he was knocked out by a wooden mast falling on his head. Really, who in their right mind takes this stuff seriously?

Not sure when I became Bane, Ruiner of Dreams or called anyone a fanboy over this, but whatever.

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Posted by BigCimmerian

Well, yeah, no planet was actually destroyed. All you see is a series of three explosions on one world and a seismic rupture on the moon (?) nearby. I honestly don't see why this wouldn't or shouldn't be dismissed as the same flowery hyperbole that's a trademark of virtually every Thor story, it's just the nature of the character. Hell, at the start of this same issue, Thor lands a blow on Gorr and it's supposed to be as powerful as "the fury of a billion storms". Thor's also withstood "the weight of a score of planets" in the same issue where he was knocked out by a wooden mast falling on his head. Really, who in their right mind takes this stuff seriously?

Not sure when I became Bane, Ruiner of Dreams or called anyone a fanboy over this, but whatever.

Ruiner of dreams was just a joke, and I consider myself Thor fanboy :) lol knocked out by falling mast his durability is all over the place.

Posted by New_World_Order

@tikhunt said:

I really regret not picking this series up. I kinda hoped that because I was reading Uncanny Avengers his presence there would quench my Thorst (see what I did there) however he hasn't shined yet although I don't think it's a bad portrayal.

He has shined quite well in issue 8. Just wait for issue 10-11, and you'll see.

Posted by sommyt
Posted by LimpoyzLoan

Yeah, this isn't really anything new to Supes.

Posted by sommyt

@limpoyzloan: that was a statement.its like the hulk saying he is the strongest there is ..does that mean he is stronger than the living trinbudal?

Posted by Buckshot

I don't know why people are getting all excited about Thor being in a fight where planets were damaged, and are quick to exaggerate that into him "busting planets on accident". It's cool and all, but it's not like it was an effortless thing for him. No one that talks about his "planet busting" mentions how he was ripping his body apart trying to hurt Gorr. And it's also not like anyone can actually say "Thor did all that". Between Thor and the guy who beat Thor (and 2 other Thors...in the sun) and had already ripped apart a moon on his own, I'd be quicker to attribute the damage to Gorr, not the guy who got beat by him. And really, why celebrate a feat that isn't even clearly Thor's when you have something much cooler, like young Thor hitting Gorr so hard he apparently made a wormhole. Sounds like a "yo mama" joke! I don't know what kind of feat that is, but it's certainly cool.

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Edited by LimpoyzLoan

@sommyt: ...Yeah. Superman lied because he was too embarrassed to admit he can only bust moons...

And for the record, Hulk is stupid as hell.

Posted by Wolfrazer

Now we just need Hercules back where he belongs, as an Olympian God and everything will be right with the world.

Posted by BigCimmerian

@buckshot said:

I don't know why people are getting all excited about Thor being in a fight where planets were damaged, and are quick to exaggerate that into him "busting planets on accident". It's cool and all, but it's not like it was an effortless thing for him. No one that talks about his "planet busting" mentions how he was ripping his body apart trying to hurt Gorr. And it's also not like anyone can actually say "Thor did all that". Between Thor and the guy who beat Thor (and 2 other Thors...in the sun) and had already ripped apart a moon on his own, I'd be quicker to attribute the damage to Gorr, not the guy who got beat by him. And really, why celebrate a feat that isn't even clearly Thor's when you have something much cooler, like young Thor hitting Gorr so hard he apparently made a wormhole. Sounds like a "yo mama" joke! I don't know what kind of feat that is, but it's certainly cool.

lol yeah I was confused by that punch of young Thor lol.

Posted by JediXMan

Well, this thread was humorous for a short time. Now it's just sad.

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Edited by TheAcidSkull

Well, yeah, no planet was actually destroyed. All you see is a series of three explosions on one world and a seismic rupture on the moon (?) nearby. I honestly don't see why this wouldn't or shouldn't be dismissed as the same flowery hyperbole that's a trademark of virtually every Thor story, it's just the nature of the character. Hell, at the start of this same issue, Thor lands a blow on Gorr and it's supposed to be as powerful as "the fury of a billion storms". Thor's also withstood "the weight of a score of planets" in the same issue where he was knocked out by a wooden mast falling on his head. Really, who in their right mind takes this stuff seriously?

Not sure when I became Bane, Ruiner of Dreams or called anyone a fanboy over this, but whatever.

this is true but you have to admit that even for a none thor fan the fight was very entertaining and interesting.

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@citizenbane said:

Well, yeah, no planet was actually destroyed. All you see is a series of three explosions on one world and a seismic rupture on the moon (?) nearby. I honestly don't see why this wouldn't or shouldn't be dismissed as the same flowery hyperbole that's a trademark of virtually every Thor story, it's just the nature of the character. Hell, at the start of this same issue, Thor lands a blow on Gorr and it's supposed to be as powerful as "the fury of a billion storms". Thor's also withstood "the weight of a score of planets" in the same issue where he was knocked out by a wooden mast falling on his head. Really, who in their right mind takes this stuff seriously?

Not sure when I became Bane, Ruiner of Dreams or called anyone a fanboy over this, but whatever.

this is true but you have to admit that even for a none thor fan the fight was very entertaining and interesting.

Don't get me wrong, it was very entertaining, I just don't see why people seem to be so excited about that part. The real "wow" moment for me was Old Thor blasting Gorr light-years away.

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Edited by TheAcidSkull

@theacidskull said:

@citizenbane said:

Well, yeah, no planet was actually destroyed. All you see is a series of three explosions on one world and a seismic rupture on the moon (?) nearby. I honestly don't see why this wouldn't or shouldn't be dismissed as the same flowery hyperbole that's a trademark of virtually every Thor story, it's just the nature of the character. Hell, at the start of this same issue, Thor lands a blow on Gorr and it's supposed to be as powerful as "the fury of a billion storms". Thor's also withstood "the weight of a score of planets" in the same issue where he was knocked out by a wooden mast falling on his head. Really, who in their right mind takes this stuff seriously?

Not sure when I became Bane, Ruiner of Dreams or called anyone a fanboy over this, but whatever.

this is true but you have to admit that even for a none thor fan the fight was very entertaining and interesting.

Don't get me wrong, it was very entertaining, I just don't see why people seem to be so excited about that part. The real "wow" moment for me was Old Thor blasting Gorr light-years away.

oh i see :), it could be because of the hyperbole, but thor stories don't work without them :P, for some reason it's always much more fun when you hear " WITH THE POWER OF A TSUNAMI" or something like that :P, but i can see your point.

Posted by Hyper_God

@citizenbane: That "moon" was actually an inhabited world , and it was about to break apart until Thor held it together ala Sakaar , and then used his powers to fix it completely . If anything , Thor mistaking an inhabited world for a moon puts a question mark on every time a Thor/Odin feat has been dismissed as hyperbole , lol .

My personal take on the feat is that it's a fairly valid one , as that "world-shattering" stuff was actually from Gorr's fight with present Thor alone , not all 3 of them , and I usually don't dismiss narrative description as hyperbole , so that may also have something to do with it . Not to mention that this sort of feat is both long overdue , for Thor's place to firmly cemented in the same tier as guys like the Sliver Surfer and Superman , and very much deserving , considering the way he's been treated in non-Thor titles in the last 4 or 5 years .

Plus , he also got a decent travelling feat when he managed to fly light years within moments after Old King Thor super-blasted Gorr away .

@buckshot: That wormhole wasn't created by young Thor's fisticuffs with Gorr . It was Gorr summoning one of those serpentine pets of his to help deal him with the threat at hand .

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@hyper_god said:

@citizenbane: That "moon" was actually an inhabited world , and it was about to break apart until Thor held it together ala Sakaar , and then used his powers to fix it completely . If anything , Thor mistaking an inhabited world for a moon puts a question mark on every time a Thor/Odin feat has been dismissed as hyperbole , lol .

My personal take on the feat is that it's a fairly valid one , as that "world-shattering" stuff was actually from Gorr's fight with present Thor alone , not all 3 of them , and I usually don't dismiss narrative description as hyperbole , so that may also have something to do with it . Not to mention that this sort of feat is both long overdue , for Thor's place to firmly cemented in the same tier as guys like the Sliver Surfer and Superman , and very much deserving , considering the way he's been treated in non-Thor titles in the last 4 or 5 years .

Plus , he also got a decent travelling feat when he managed to fly light years within moments after Old King Thor super-blasted Gorr away .

@buckshot: That wormhole wasn't created by young Thor's fisticuffs with Gorr . It was Gorr summoning one of those serpentine pets of his to help deal him with the threat at hand .

A shame, because I thought it was a cool feat for Thor. My second favorite was the Thor-Force blast so I'll fall back on that.

The world shattering stuff could be valid without it being as amazing as people are playing it up to be. The world around them and a moon nearby were damaged, and technically that can be considered shattered. It's just not quite the complete and easy destruction of a planet that people think of when words like "planet-busting" get thrown around. So if shattered is meant to mean the planets were blown to pieces and totally destroyed, the images don't reflect that and it's simply an example of hyperbole, the kind of flowery dialogue that is common for fantasy tales like the ones Thor and Conan star in. But if shattered just means seriously damaged or ruined, then it's in line with what was shown and descriptive. Either way though, I still think people are quick to forget that Thor was damaging himself just throwing attacks in that fight, and I personally give more credit to Gorr for the destruction taking place.

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Posted by WaveMotionCannon

I slept on Thor , just bought and read 1-9 and WOW!! Thor's a Bad muth$&@!!! So glad he's not jobbing anymore.

Posted by sommyt
Edited by Hyper_God

@buckshot said:

The world shattering stuff could be valid without it being as amazing as people are playing it up to be. The world around them and a moon nearby were damaged, and technically that can be considered shattered. It's just not quite the complete and easy destruction of a planet that people think of when words like "planet-busting" get thrown around. So if shattered is meant to mean the planets were blown to pieces and totally destroyed, the images don't reflect that and it's simply an example of hyperbole, the kind of flowery dialogue that is common for fantasy tales like the ones Thor and Conan star in. But if shattered just means seriously damaged or ruined, then it's in line with what was shown and descriptive. Either way though, I still think people are quick to forget that Thor was damaging himself just throwing attacks in that fight, and I personally give more credit to Gorr for the destruction taking place.

The world-shattering is exactly what was portrayed on-panel , the planets they were fighting nearby breaking down from the aftershocks of their blows . The "moon"(already clarified it was an inhabited world and Thor merely mistook it for a moon) was about to completely break apart until Thor rushed to it and held it together(nod to Hulk's Sakaar feat) to fix the damage using his powers . Also , as far as damage to Thor goes , he was fighting on with every last fibre of his being . If anything , it portrayed his ability to take extraordinary amounts of punishment in that fight . I doubt Gorr was causing most of the damage on his own though , as we clearly saw Thor's hammer strikes rock him . The feat is a shared one , what really makes it impressive is that their exchange caused that much damage to a planet thousands of miles away(which again is a nod to the World Breaker Hulk and Red She-Hulk's clash in the Dark Dimension) .

Edited by Hyper_God

Anyways , young Thor riding a space shark was the bestest thing about this comic .

Posted by ImNemotheGemini

I'm sorry let me Troll for a moment ! Are y'all ready ??? Okay

Hulk shattered a planet and its near by moon from a shockwave with Red She-Hulk.. And don't it was a duel feat cause she was among off his power ! Okay Troll over

*Runs away before anyone tries to get me*

Edited by ImNemotheGemini

For real though.. The most impressive feat is that Thor and Old Thor flew LIGHT YEARS AWAY IN MOMENTS !!! How many times the speed of light is that ?? Amazing !

Edited by Hyper_God

For real though.. The most impressive feat is that Thor and Old Thor flew LIGHT YEARS AWAY IN MOMENTS !!! How many times the speed of light is that ?? Amazing !

Depends on what one means by "moments" . My personal take is it ranges anywhere from a few second to a few mintues , so that's millions of times the speed of light . No need to get all jumpy about it though , as it was performed courtesy of Mjolnir , and there are a number of characters in both Marvel and DC who have feats far surpassing that .

Posted by toptom

that was a really cool fight...sadly it was nothing if we are going to compare it with the betaraybill and stardust's one, that was one of the best (and destructive) fights in comics.