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Subj: Re: Another Battle Scan: Superman vs. Darkseid: Action Comics #586
Posted: Fri Feb 02, 2018 at 12:28:25 pm EST (Viewed 212 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Another Battle Scan: Superman vs. Darkseid: Action Comics #586
Posted: Thu Feb 01, 2018 at 11:19:34 pm EST (Viewed 219 times)


      Ka zar faced a clone but according to zvelf logic it's original Thanos.

    Zvelf explained the difference.

He didn't.


      Ka zar outright powers through a bear hug by an amped Thanos and beats him down.

    He reaches for strength deep down unlike he ever has before to break the bear hug and mount an offense.

A street level character overpowered the original Thanos. What's more embarrassing than that?


      After Ka zar beats it down and drowns it in lava.

    You seem to hide behind vague language that sounds good. “Beats it down”. He gets good shots in enough to get it off balance and knock it into the lava. The battle is still not won as one can clearly see, Someone is drowned when they die. No one is drowned. Ka-Zar does not defeat the clone in combat. Who strikes the last blow?

A street level character gets "good shot" on mighty Thanos?

Thanos was defeated worse than Darkseid ever was against Superman. No two ways about it.


      Except Ka Zar, Kyle Rayner and Squirrel Girl. Oh and Thor too. It's akin to Superman/Batman 13 scene.

    All specifically retconned to be clones. Thor beat the clone using a multitude of enhancements and attacked it repeatedly while it is preoccupied. Ka Zar lost the actual fight against his clone. So your efforts continue to fall short.

Just like Darkseid's losses retconned in Final Crisis.

Thor only had his belt of strength. Ka Zar beats Thanos down. Kyle drains Thanos straight up. Squirrel Girl beats Thanos down.

There you go.

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