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#1 Posted by SupahForeigner (227 posts) - - Show Bio

@PunkMastaFlex said:

@SupahForeigner said:

This thread looks more like a fan defending his much loved character, than a discussion on whose stronger out of the two characters.

I can assure you that at the time, my writing is not akin to the level I'm capable of now but my vocation maintains the same. I've no desire to defend Thor and berate Hulk but the desire to elaborate on the comparison between both the former and the latter. Your first sentence insinuates that of a biased judgement on my part and that I was merely defending my so called beloved character out of desperation. My thread isn't to depict whom is stronger but whom is more powerful and who would win in a battle.

I'm sure other people will feel differently about this and I respect that but in my opinion this discussion has been over exaggerated and it shouldn't be rocket science over whose strongest. That's my two cents.

It's rather obvious this isn't rocket science and furthermore, over exaggeration is the wrong word choice. Prolonged if you will. To me, it's extremely obvious whom is more powerful between Hulk and Thor. Writing a piece for other posters to see the difference however is a different matter. I respect your opinion as the information it repletes is something I'm cognizant of, but if it ranges into claims that said individual is defending his or her beloved character, then it ranges into something else entirely. ^_^

What you state however isn't completely untrue. My writing at the time did give off the implication that I was writing in defense for Thor. I need to revamp and redo this entire comparison eventually when I get around it.

I wasn't referring to you in particular, I was referring to certain individuals who, I feel, are making a meal out of this (Such as over exaggerating their character's power sets and capabilities). But this topic (which you have brought up) is very interesting and has been highly debated for a while now, and I do enjoy reading it. I just put down my opinions and views of this certain discussion and topic, that's all. What I previously wrote was in no way against or even about what you first posted. :)

#2 Posted by SupahForeigner (227 posts) - - Show Bio

BUMP

#3 Posted by SupahForeigner (227 posts) - - Show Bio

Thor, just so I could whoop everyone's ass in the Olympics with the hammer throw...

But seriously, I would still go for Thor.

#4 Posted by SupahForeigner (227 posts) - - Show Bio

I just want this series to hurry up and come out, I'm fed up of the current one.

#5 Posted by SupahForeigner (227 posts) - - Show Bio

A hobby in comics is not cheap....that's another series I'm going to have to consider getting...damn it.

#6 Posted by SupahForeigner (227 posts) - - Show Bio

The first cover looks brilliant, I would really consider getting that issue if I saw it on the shelf, it's highly appealing.

#7 Posted by SupahForeigner (227 posts) - - Show Bio

@ThanosIsMad said:

Darkseid is everyone's enemy. Portraying him as strictly a Superman villain is the worst way to use him, because then you need Superman to be able to fight him and win on his own. Darkseid is the type of character that shouldn't be beaten solo.

So basically, a JL enemy then?

I wouldn't mind either way, he seems like the ideal villain IMO.

#8 Posted by SupahForeigner (227 posts) - - Show Bio

For me it would have to be: T'Challa, Captain America, Spiderman and Winter Soldier.

#9 Posted by SupahForeigner (227 posts) - - Show Bio

This thread looks more like a fan defending his much loved character, than a discussion on whose stronger out of the two characters. To be fairly honest, I would of thought most people would of arrived at a conclusion a long time ago......looks like I was wrong. Looking at the abilities, strengths and powers of both characters, there is no question that Thor is a stronger character than Hulk, in my view. But it is natural for Marvel to depower Thor to make the encounter between the two characters a lot more entertaining and enjoyable, as well as in the long term causing fans to take sides and defend their character. With all this you get more publicity for both characters and in the long term, more money for Marvel. I'm sure other people will feel differently about this and I respect that but in my opinion this discussion has been over exaggerated and it shouldn't be rocket science over whose strongest. That's my two cents.

#10 Posted by SupahForeigner (227 posts) - - Show Bio

I heard somewhere that people (e.g. Molecule Man) who had the ability to manipulate particles at a sub atomic level could destroy adamantium....I would be very suprised if this wasn't true.