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Subj: Re: Even Iron Man said once that his Armor is almost as strong as Thor's skin..
Posted: Fri Dec 16, 2011 at 08:25:55 am EST (Viewed 464 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Even Iron Man said once that his Armor is almost as strong as Thor's skin..
Posted: Thu Dec 15, 2011 at 05:44:26 pm EST (Viewed 493 times)


      Has Wonder Woman survive w/o injuries direct impacts by an Anti-Tank Shell? A Heat Seeking Missile? Artillery Fire? A Tactical Nuke? A Cobalt Bomb? An Anti-Tank Rocket propelled weapon like they use in a Bazooka? Exploding Mines with all kinds of pellets, shrapnel’s, etc flying at super-speed?

      Please, if WW has survive through all of these, let me see the illustrations.. What's more WW is not a Marvel character- so she shouldn't be the best optimal example you can find for comparison...

    Wonder Woman survived quite a number of explosions over the years, including a nuclear explosion in WW v. 3 #31 and, iirc, a warp core explosion which she absorbed with her body in an issue of Green Lantern.

Quite interesting I must say....

    A bullet still went through her and she almost died.

Makes no sense, but them we're talking about a DC character...

    Being immune to harm from a one form of attack isn't proof of immunity against a less powerful attack-- not when there's evidence to the contrary. And I don't just mean the scene where she was successfully shot. We knew she was vulnerable to bullets before then by-- guess what-- how she acted when fired upon. For 30 years, give or take, Thor acted as if he was not bulletproof and made the occasional comment saying bullets posed a threat to him.

The question then is: Would an armored piercing Anti-Tank Shell or a Missile (who's structural make-up is not so different than a bullet, but is literally hundreds of times more powerful)kill her on impact as opposed to Thor?

    I'm okay with you believing classic Thor is bulletproof. There's evidence for it. All I'm asking is that you acknowledge there's also evidence that he isn't.

You're implying CASUALITY- statistically speaking.. There's no cause and effect relationship between Thor and WW, because they're basically two different characters existing independently in two different parallel Universes with different Laws governing them. Personally, I think that she should be bullet-proof if she could take a Nuclear Explosion, but then that's DC for you.... Thor has NEVER been injured or seriously injured by a bullet in his ENTIRE run as a Marvel Super-Hero... If not show me otherwise..

See? Thor wasn't hurt- unlike WW....

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