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Defensor

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The Last Word

Subj: Are you sure about that?
Posted: Sat Aug 30, 2008 at 02:08:45 pm EDT (Viewed 26 times)
Reply Subj: Mister Fantastic v. Bricks - how can he be defeated by mere strength alone?
Posted: Fri Aug 29, 2008 at 04:02:29 pm EDT

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They can't stretch him beyond his limits, they can't crush him. Maybe a handclap, but shouldn't he get more respect?

Reed isn't infinitely stretchy, what do you think would happen if Quicksilver simply pinned Reeds leg under an immovable object ahd then grabbed ahold of Reed by the head in a headlock and ran with Reed all the way around the world and didn't stop running?

Reed would certainly reach a point beyond which he could not be stretched anymore and would snap.

Now take a flying brick who does the same thing, but grabs Reed by the head and flys straight up into the atmosphere, straight into space, and begind to fly around the earth? Do you think Reed's got infinite stretchy-ness? I don't think so, after a certain distance, he'd break or snap at some point. Heck, what if they just pinned his leg under something immovable and then pulled him straight to the moon? To Saturn? To Pluto? Reed's gonna snap at some point.

That's how mere strength defeats Reed, by stretching him to his utmost and stretching him past it until he snaps. Bye bye Reed.


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