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Subj: Fair enough
Posted: Sat Jul 21, 2007 at 10:26:25 pm EDT
Reply Subj: Re: My thoughts on this continuing debate
Posted: Sat Jul 21, 2007 at 01:21:53 pm EDT
I can go with that- the counter argument is Stark just froze. Unlikely but not impossible.
I'd say Hulk was moving very very quickly and accurately and Stark would have been more likely to have time to get out of the way with Extremis but not 100% certainty of avoidance.
I will say that Extremis looks and seems more manuverable than Hulkbuster.
But then the entire battle would have been different. What if's keep hurting my head >_
> > > > "If you can be reflected in someone's faceplate, you are not traveling anywhere near supersonic speed, as some have argued the Hulk was."
> > > >
> > > > No you are mistaking that for lightspeed.
> > >
> > > He'd have been a blur, not a clear image if he was going supersonic.
> > Not true. Depends on if the artist was going for a frame capture or a progressive event. After all, mach 2 planes can be caught on film quite easily. Clarity just depends on shutter speed.
> > Frm here we can go into a two or three page debate on what exactly JRJR was doing *sighs* or just admit that we really don't have enough evidence to deny it as supersonic.
> > Truth is Hulk always jumps at Supersonic Speeds, when he is raging much more so.
> > I think you're chasing your tail on this one.
> OK, fine. But even presuming that JR Jr was giving us a supersonic freeze frame (which I don't think is the case, but I will concede for the sake of argument), Iron Man DEFINITELY saw him coming, and DEFINITELY had time to say "Oh Hell." It DEFINITELY takes more than 0.004 seconds to say "Oh Hell." And 0.004 seconds is all Iron Man needs to react to something. So the Hulkbuster armor simply does NOT have the reaction time of the Extremis armor.
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