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#1 Posted by Supreme Marvel (11568 posts) - - Show Bio

I was pretty sure Beast Boy could only morph into an animal? Is a germ an animal?

#2 Posted by Supreme Marvel (11568 posts) - - Show Bio

Think of it as Beyonder vs Lucifer. People will say Lucifer would win by persuading Beyonder to kill himself or to lose his own power.

#3 Posted by Supreme Marvel (11568 posts) - - Show Bio
@Edamame said:
" @Supreme Marvel said:
" f his mist or whatever form they call it is blown out into outer space. "
Iceman can transfer his consciousness into any body of water.  He doesn't have to just stay in the Atlantic Ocean, for instance. "
As I've said to others, his vapour form, once in outer space will be frozen then sucked up by the Vacuum of space. Which will not allow him to re-form.
#4 Posted by Supreme Marvel (11568 posts) - - Show Bio
@superdemon said:
" Characters have conversations in space all the time. This alone contradicts your point. "
Depends on the writer.
#5 Posted by Supreme Marvel (11568 posts) - - Show Bio

I'm awesome...wait...everyone knows that.

#6 Posted by Supreme Marvel (11568 posts) - - Show Bio
@superdemon said:

" @Supreme Marvel said:

" How can I prove something that they will never do. In real physics it would happen. And because they don't say it would not happen then I will assume that it can because it would. "

Since when does any comic follow the laws of physics? In real physics, if I try to fly unaided by any device, I wouldn't be able to. By this logic anyone in comics who tries to fly (Superman for example) unaided without any devices can't because that's how it is in real life.   And please explain heat vision using real life physics as well. I'd like to see an argument for that.  See what I'm saying?   You claimed this way of winning is possible. Prove it. "
Well a law in physics is that no sound can be made in space, I've see many times where something happens in space and no sounds appears. There's physics. If there is no sound in space. Then there is Vacuum. If there is vacuum then my theory is possible. When doing comics they don't break physics they bend them by giving reasonable, albeit at times not 
greatly explained. Superman's body photosynthesises on a level way beyond ours. Which grants him amazing abilities and that's how they explain that. But I wasn't challenging the chance of people gaining or having unnatural abilities. I was simply saying that once something like vapour  entered outer space it would freeze then be spread across the universe via vacuum. And continuously so making it impossible for it to reform to its once previous form. 
 
And if that doesn't do anything, then I guess we'll have to settle for we'll agree to disagree.
#7 Posted by Supreme Marvel (11568 posts) - - Show Bio

Also DC and Marvel do there comics different. I've seen noises in space with Marvel, and I've seen no noises in space with DC. (However that could be depending on the writer) I remember seeing Sentry doing something leading him into space and seeing a noise. And I've seen a planet explode behind Guy Gardner in space and he didn't know what happened when he turned around.

#8 Posted by Supreme Marvel (11568 posts) - - Show Bio

How can I prove something that they will never do. In real physics it would happen. And because they don't say it would not happen then I will assume that it can because it would.

#9 Posted by Supreme Marvel (11568 posts) - - Show Bio
@Aqua11500 said:

" @Supreme Marvel:  Don't talk to me ,i'm mad at you.  You implied that i was retarded. "

Sorry, I thought I had the whole Batman speech in there.
"What are you , dense? Are you retarded or something?"
 
@superdemon said:

" @Supreme Marvel said:

" So what you're saying to prove your point is that the vacuum of space doesn't exist?   Space will rip every vapour particle up and spread across the universe.  So if he requires to survive as a liquid, then space will deal with that right away. If he's in water form, he'll just freeze in space anyway.  "

That's not what I'm saying at all. I'm saying in a fictional universe, reality means nothing. The fact that this person can exist as nothing but ice is unrealistic as it is. "
I understand that very well. But I'm using that to win this battle. If someone can prove that to me then I will concede it to be a draw. I'm super competitive
#10 Posted by Supreme Marvel (11568 posts) - - Show Bio

So what you're saying to prove your point is that the vacuum of space doesn't exist?
 
Space will rip every vapour particle up and spread across the universe.  So if he requires to survive as a liquid, then space will deal with that right away. If he's in water form, he'll just freeze in space anyway.