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Jack Silver

In Reply To
Comicguy1

Subj: Comicguy1,you keep asking this question....
Posted: Mon Mar 29, 2010 at 07:29:58 pm EDT (Viewed 112 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Superman Is A Known Icon, Thor's Not.
Posted: Mon Mar 29, 2010 at 06:28:41 pm EDT (Viewed 16 times)

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I happen to be more of a Thor fan then a Superman fan. But Superman has movies, cartoons, he has shirts,sweaters, people get tattoos of him. He's been on people's body parts that we usually only expose our loved ones to. He's the bigger name then Thor. He has a bigger chance of winning due to popularity, because everyone knows Superman, not everybody knows Thor. Remember how the Marvel versus DC series was done by fan vote and not what characters would actually win in a fight? Also, sure Thor is a god, but Superman has like a zillion powers. Pre-Crisis he could do things like juggle planets. Thor can't do that.

and I keep having to repeating the answer.

Thor should not have lost to Superman (and vise versa)because this was a once in a lifetime team-up between IMO the 2 top premier Marvel/DC teams. Like Kurt Busiek was so fond of stating beforehand, this was a team-up, not Marvel vs DC II so why did he have to upset one set of fans by having a definitive winner in that one main fight? Was their a winner between Cap and Batman? Having Thor lose added nothing to the script or story, it just ruined the entire book for one set of fans when both sets should have enjoyed the long awaited book.


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