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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 03:57:40 pm EST (Viewed 184 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Even Iron Man said once that his Armor is almost as strong as Thor's skin..
Posted: Fri Dec 16, 2011 at 02:56:31 pm EST (Viewed 288 times)

    You should know; since the Structure make up of an ARMORED PIERCING Rocket or Missile is very similar to a bullet but far more powerful (something that WW surely can't handle). We're not talking about some high tech weapon as you suggested below with the Bi-Beast pic, but something akin to a bullet with far more capacity for destruction. I think you should instead address my question, and then you will have your answer to mine; since it's more than self-explanatory....

Again, I don't know (or care). Your argument is that it is not possible for a character to be vulnerable to bullets if he survives superior attacks. Wonder Woman has survived superior attacks, including a ground zero nuclear explosion, which "should" mean she's bulletproof. She isn't, though.

Which, as I've pointed out to you multiple times, we knew before she ever took a bullet.

    I've never said there aren't discrepancies in Comics; and there's no exception with Thor. Superman, the Hulk etc. has suffered from a similar fate every now and then. However, WHEN finally Thor was hit POINT BLANK with bullets from machine guns, propelled armored piercing Rockets from a Bazooka, Anti-Tank Shells on a different occasions, Heat seeking Missiles on another occasion couple with artillery fire WAS enough to put the doubt to rest. Yet, you refuse to accept that evidence by obsessively citing some past reference that MIGHT indicate otherwise- as if it's STILL open to interpretation even now; since Thor was never hit with bullets on those occasions.

You don't need to see Thor get shot to conclude that he wasn't bulletproof. For 30 years, give or take, Thor acted as if he was not bulletproof and made the occasional remark saying bullets posed a threat to him. There was no doubt-- he wasn't bulletproof. Thomas contradicted that, so the discrepancy came from him.

For what seems to be the millionth time, I don't care which side of the issue you come down on. I ask that you acknowledge both sides have a case.

    The Hulk is NOT the ONLY one that can take bullets, you know...

Baloney. No one is bulletproof EXCEPT the Hulk.

Not a bullet.

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