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Subj: Its a pity you didn't remind me of this during the height of the "Rulk lifting the hammer" debate. :-)
Posted: Sat Aug 30, 2008 at 01:36:15 pm EDT (Viewed 92 times)
Reply Subj: An important point to consider...
Posted: Sat Aug 30, 2008 at 12:54:09 pm EDT (Viewed 76 times)

> > Does this mean in any of the circumstances above that Juggernaut now can lift the hammer all he wants just by Thor having mere contact with it as long as Thor does not fall off? Can by lifting Thor Juggernaut lift the hammer? Or is there no way Juggernaut should be able to lift the hammer in any of the above scenarios making the whole RHulk incident stupid?
> We've seen the Enchantress do this very thing (move the hammer by putting Jake's hand in the strap) as well as the Zombie Viking in Vikings.

If the scans below don't validate Rulk lifting (and then jumping with) the hammer in Hulk #5 while it was still attached to Thor, I don't know what does. In the second scan you can clearly see her first making sure to grasp the fingers of the unconscious Jake around the handle. Then she lifts the hammer as if it weighs no more than a workman's tool.

> And it makes sense if you think about it. If no one could lift the hammer, even while in Thor's hands, then no one would be able to block, halt or in any way impede an overhand blow. And we've seen people like Nefaria, Superman and Hulk catch overhand blows.
> Further, every overhand blow should immediate knock his foe to the ground, but since they don't we know the enchantment's conditions are met when in the hands of a worthy person and the hammer just become a powerful magical weapon.
> C.

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