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Subj: When has Thor been defeated by "less than this magnitude of force" before?  When, exactly?
Posted: Wed Jan 13, 2010 at 02:53:22 am EST (Viewed 15 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Nope I did read some of the new Thor stuff
Posted: Tue Jan 12, 2010 at 05:48:13 pm EST (Viewed 91 times)

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    Levitating Asgard and creating that big crevasse impressed me. Plus there's no doubt he's bulletproof nowadays.


    The Iron Man fight, though I agree with the outcome, seems kinda weird, as Tony's suit IIRC is not metal, it's cloth with forcefields, nor is it weak to electromagnetic pulses.

It was a complete disprepect for Iron Man actually...yes he should be the underdog by a fair margin...but beating him with electricity when every other time Thor has used it led to Thor tasting a powered up Iron Man?
Thor post Oemring has been all over the place and hard to judge...but a normal Thor has been beaten by less then this magnitude of force before...JMS just isn't writing him at the expense of other characters now.

Thor survived a lot more than this in the past.

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