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#1 Posted by Sufferthorn (1738 posts) - - Show Bio

Lifting a serpent coiled around Earth? Which isn't that impressive when you think about it.

naaaah, I do that all the time.

#2 Posted by Sufferthorn (1738 posts) - - Show Bio

I'm pretty confident that Thor would've beaten Kurse eventually there. Every Hero meets that one Villain they underestimated. It wouldn't be interesting if there wasn't a challenge somewhere.

#3 Posted by Sufferthorn (1738 posts) - - Show Bio

@tyrus said:

Thor in the films is just too slow for Superman... Considering the time it took for him to call his hammer when fighting Malekith in London... He would have been thrown on another planet if he was fighting Clark instead.

Also, Superman seems more durable. Thor was feeling the burn when he was thrown through boulders, Superman fell from hundreds of feet up when flying and landed into a mountain, hard, and looked more annoyed than injured. Also Thor gets shanked by Loki daggers, I would assume they would shatter if it hit Superman (unless they're enchanted )

Loki's weapons are -always- enchanted. Bullets and other bladed weapons were bouncing off Thor like nerf-guns.

Plus, Thor was feeling the burn because he was going toe-to-toe with other Gods and Godlike beings.

#4 Posted by Sufferthorn (1738 posts) - - Show Bio
#5 Edited by Sufferthorn (1738 posts) - - Show Bio

@joygirl said:

If Riddler handicaps himself he might lose. If he doesn't he has this.

Riddler almost always handicaps, as in he always purposefully allows a way for his enemy to figure it out.

Moriarty does the same though. Maybe a bit less.

#6 Edited by Sufferthorn (1738 posts) - - Show Bio

@joygirl said:

Okay, Riddler dominates round 1, round 2 is closer. I believe Batman and Sherlock have met and I recall them being approximately equal, though Sherlock lacks Bruce's physical/martial training and equipment. As a result I am standing by mah man Nigma. @the_poet: What do you think?

Sherlock and Batman meeting would be entirely non-canon.

#7 Posted by Sufferthorn (1738 posts) - - Show Bio

Moriarty believes himself to be the greatest criminal mastermind to ever exist. But the Riddler challenges this idea that he could possibly be surpassed in intellect. The Riddler begins his battle of wits with Moriarty, and the battle can span across the entire globe.

Morals on

Location: Earth.

#8 Edited by Sufferthorn (1738 posts) - - Show Bio

I don't know, to me, Sherlock's detective skills are way better than Batman's, but I have no idea how good he is at creating puzzles.

I'll create a seperate thread matching him up against someone else, and a Round 2 with their original roles.

#9 Edited by Sufferthorn (1738 posts) - - Show Bio

VS

Round 1: The Riddler has challenged Sherlock Holmes to a game. They must switch places. Sherlock Holmes will create riddles and puzzles for Riddler to solve, rather than the other way around.

Round 2: Original Roles, Riddler creates puzzles for Sherlock Holmes to solve while putting people in harms way.

Morals on

London

#10 Posted by Sufferthorn (1738 posts) - - Show Bio

I don't really like Andrew Garfields Spider-Man.

So I don't care that much.