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#1 Posted by YourNeighborhoodComicGeek (21090 posts) - - Show Bio

Wrath is of absolutely no threat to Jack.

Maybe not alone, but with Gorgon I think he poses a formidable threat.

@jashro44 said:

I don't remember enough of Samurai Jack but I think Gorgon vs Jack is a close fight. Wrath might give the team an edge.

I'd say Gorgon has what it takes to give Jack trouble and steal a few wins, but Jack takes a healthy majority in a one-on-one fight against Tomi.

#2 Posted by YourNeighborhoodComicGeek (21090 posts) - - Show Bio

k4tz still has debate game!

#4 Edited by YourNeighborhoodComicGeek (21090 posts) - - Show Bio

Rules

  • King Bradley from Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood/manga.
  • Morals on and in character for Gorgon and King Bradley (except for Round 3).
  • Both Gorgon and Bradley are willing to work together, of course.
  • Random encounter.
  • Start fifty feet apart.
  • Gorgon and King Bradley have no knowledge on Jack.
  • Gorgon has his Godkiller blade and can use his stone/transmutation eyes.
  • King Bradley has four swords, two knives, and can use his Ultimate Eye.
  • Jack has his sword.
  • Jack has ten minutes to prepare/meditate, etc. before the fight.

Rounds

  • Round 1: Jack is in character but has full knowledge of Gorgon and Bradley, including both of their eye abilities. He has all of the equipment seen here.
  • Round 2: Jack is completely bloodlusted but with no knowledge on Gorgon and Bradley.
  • Round 3: Everyone is bloodlusted but Bradley and Gorgon cannot use their eye abilities. Nobody has knowledge on the other.

Setting

#5 Posted by YourNeighborhoodComicGeek (21090 posts) - - Show Bio

@oni_bane: What were the circumstances for Punisher defeating Deadpool? Because in a random encounter Wade would win. In DEADPOOL vol.1 #55-56, Wade fought Frank and almost killed him three times if he were not interrupted by plot.

#6 Posted by YourNeighborhoodComicGeek (21090 posts) - - Show Bio

Not really. But whatever. Who cares?

#7 Posted by YourNeighborhoodComicGeek (21090 posts) - - Show Bio

Actually, not a bad match-up. Deadpool is going to set Team Two back due to his insanity, but their healing factors are going to give them the win alongside their combined experience. Team One, at least, has the greater unity, power* and physicals* (**Spider-Man).

Not really Deadpool should defeat Punisher and arguably Daredevil in character.

#8 Posted by YourNeighborhoodComicGeek (21090 posts) - - Show Bio

@owie said:
@yourneighborhoodcomicgeek said:
@haoalchemist said:

Mad dog goes for the jugular.

Not only would Knight react to that but Mad Dog hasn't even consistently gone after throat attacks.

@owie said:
@yourneighborhoodcomicgeek said:
@owie said:
@yourneighborhoodcomicgeek said:

Moon Knight without too much difficulty.

Really? TBH I was expecting people to back Mad Dog. He was taking an insane number of hits, including numerous hits that would normally be critical, like to the knee and so on.

Mr.Knight is simply on a whole 'nother level entirely. MOON KNIGHT #5 for me showcases a lot of The Raid-like qualities and Mr.Knight didn't have much trouble with the goons there. His reaction time is simply out of Mad Dog's league and his striking power is superior too IMO.

Sure, I used Moon Knight here specifically because of the Raid-like issue. I don't think the goons in that issue were necessarily at the level of the goons in the Raid though. Reaction time may be a factor.

True, but Knight would have mopped the floor with the ones in the Raid pretty easily too IMO. Plus the huge muscular dude would have wrecked Mad Dog from what I can see.

I think he would have beat the random guys from the Raid, but I'm not sure he would mop the floor with them, they were pretty skilled. In the comic, the big guy and the guy with the knife were the biggest threats, IIRC. Not sure he would have wrecked Mad Dog though, that guy was pretty fast and skilled, able to take on the two most skilled cops at the same time, and pretty acrobatic too.

Andi wasn't a cop but he did beat Jaka and technically Rama as well so Mad Dog is impressive. Still, I think Moon Knight could have replicated the same thing easier considering he's generally on a whole different level. Plus the neo-Black Spectre who was cop with tons of prep time and practice got wrecked pretty quickly by Marc in his Mr.Knight persona as well.

#9 Posted by YourNeighborhoodComicGeek (21090 posts) - - Show Bio

Mad dog goes for the jugular.

Not only would Knight react to that but Mad Dog hasn't even consistently gone after throat attacks.

@owie said:
@yourneighborhoodcomicgeek said:
@owie said:
@yourneighborhoodcomicgeek said:

Moon Knight without too much difficulty.

Really? TBH I was expecting people to back Mad Dog. He was taking an insane number of hits, including numerous hits that would normally be critical, like to the knee and so on.

Mr.Knight is simply on a whole 'nother level entirely. MOON KNIGHT #5 for me showcases a lot of The Raid-like qualities and Mr.Knight didn't have much trouble with the goons there. His reaction time is simply out of Mad Dog's league and his striking power is superior too IMO.

Sure, I used Moon Knight here specifically because of the Raid-like issue. I don't think the goons in that issue were necessarily at the level of the goons in the Raid though. Reaction time may be a factor.

True, but Knight would have mopped the floor with the ones in the Raid pretty easily too IMO. Plus the huge muscular dude would have wrecked Mad Dog from what I can see.

#10 Posted by YourNeighborhoodComicGeek (21090 posts) - - Show Bio

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