Quote:the problem is, Wolverine's has many modern depictions that strain credibility just as far, and then he still has his low showings...
Quote:SHOULD Wolverine pose any threat to Superman? Unequivically no, except maybe by being able to hurt his eyes (minor scratch to the cornea or somesuch...
Quote:Not really getting this whole Superman hard durability thing. Logan would cut Kal if given the opportunity and not just a minor scratch to his corneas. If Supes bleeds from punches to the face and is cut by Braniacs bots etc he will be cut by the guy whose power effectively is to cut almost anything.
He bleed because the attacks are powerful enought to bypass the durability. With Wolverine you cannot possibly think he has enough power behind the claws to say the same. They have to be magical comic book claws or it's impossible. That, or your durability is softer in the sense it doesn't mainly rest on the capacity to resist dammage but to on the ability to take a lot of it and heal it fast. If you've read the brainic story you would know that Brainiac was a cosmic force of considerable power and his tech FAR above even the Kryptonians.
Quote:BUT the guy managed to impale Thanos with his claws at one point, and cuts the crap out of the Hulk...now the Hulk doesn't have the sort of 'hard' durability Superman does, but it seems that Wolvie can cut things he shouldn't be able to, and that means he could, in one of those uber depictions of his, impale Superman and win the fight...
To be fair, Wolverine's claws are now supposedly capable of cutting Colossus and Hulk when they couldn't before.
Of course, personally my opinion is Wolverine's claws will only do surface damage if that because of the personal forcefield. Also, they struggled to cut the doors to Cerebro and I hear Thor resisted them, albeit bloody. I don't think it'd be a one-hit kill for Old James.