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Oliva

Member Since: Sat May 17, 2008
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Aang

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Subj: It'a SHAME really...
Posted: Thu Dec 15, 2011 at 03:32:51 pm EST (Viewed 455 times)
Reply Subj: Re:  Why is it so easy to accept that Thor is invulnerable to a gaggle of things...
Posted: Wed Dec 14, 2011 at 04:30:57 pm EST (Viewed 481 times)



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    because he is a magical being but hard to accept he's vulnerable to some for the exact same reason?

 
 
 
That MARVEL has never put this bullet-proof thing to rest once and for all.. and I don't mean that Thor is NOW all of the sudden bullet-proof. It seems like they didn't particularly thought that he would not amount to anything as a popular Super-Hero. Yet, he broke just about every record when his movie came out.. For a character that was NEVER pushed for decades (and I'm not just blaming the currect people that are running MARVEL nowadays) he did much better than Superman, Hulk and many others:  Grossing over 66 million dollars Domestically the first weekend, and doing absolutely Great Internationally... If I was them, I would feel pretty lousy that I didn't do anything to have pushed this  character all this time to make an even bigger impact in his first movie- and make their fans feel pretty lousy as well by cancelling his comic-book, and degrade him on many ocassions. Where's their sense of business acuman in all of this? After all, this is their business...
 
 
 
As for Thor being vulnerable to bullets and Not Missiles and Atomic Explosions, etc., as I said previously, Marvel has never offcially said that this was the case.  Thor has NEVER being hurt by a regular bullet- who's molecular composition is not so Alien compared to that of rocket, Missile, etc. that has far more destructive power. Thor is not allergic to bullets, and as I said below every Super-Hero has had some really darn bad showings- and Thor is no exception to that rule. Just because the writer said that bullets that were fire at Thor were deadly- does not mean that those bullets would've hurt him.  The weapons that nearly killed Captain America in a n Avengers issue- would've done  Absolutely nothing to Thor- and Iron Man said that Thor's skin was more durable than his armor- so I don't get the confusion...


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