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The Shuruku Demon

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Subj: Re: Can Thor “One-Shot” Black Adam with a Magical Lighting strike?
Posted: Sat Oct 09, 2021 at 05:08:29 pm EDT (Viewed 131 times)
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Posted: Sat Oct 09, 2021 at 11:48:38 am EDT (Viewed 78 times)

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Can Thor “One-Shot” Black Adam with a Magical Lighting strike?

There are few things Thor likes more than smiting his enemies with the hammer Mjolnir, and he'd get a lot of chances to do that against Black Adam. The two men are remarkably similar – millennia-old butt-kickers who can throw magical lightning – but the difference is that Thor is a god and Black Adam isn't.

Thor versus Black Adam would be the kind of battle that would be talked about for ages. The two men would go at each other furiously, neither backing down, but as time went on, Thor's heavy blows with Mjolnir would take their toll.

Black Adam would try and blast Thor with lightning but “COULD” Thor control it and turn it back on him, robbing Black Adam of his powers for a few crucial seconds and allowing Thor to take him out?


We saw Thor attempt something like that against Billy Batson in DC Versus Marvel, with partial success. On the one hand, by throwing Mjolnir into the path of a Shazam bolt, he managed to prevent it from reaching Billy and transforming him back into Captain Marvel. On the other hand though, it appeared that his weather powers weren't fully compatible with the "otherworldly lightning", which caused Mjolnir to be "short-circuit[ed]" and displaced to another location, while Thor himself was floored and stunned by the backlash.




Also, while we've seen Billy use Shazam bolts as a weapon on a few occasions, I don't think Black Adam has done it as often, if ever. I have seen him charge his fists with lightning, but it's only the actual Shazam bolts called down from the sky that cause his transformation. So in practice, this doesn't seem like something that is very likely to happen, even if we give Thor the benefit of the doubt and assume he's capable of controlling Shazam bolts in theory.




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