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Shango of The Oshiras

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Subj: Re: The Problem Marvel has with Thor
Posted: Tue Jan 17, 2012 at 10:39:26 pm EST (Viewed 71 times)
Reply Subj: Re: The Problem Marvel has with Thor
Posted: Tue Jan 17, 2012 at 09:12:46 pm EST (Viewed 87 times)

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    It is attributed to her possessing power on the same wavelength as the
    Celestials. They both possess the power of Hyperspace, but that just lends credence to my argument. If The Invisible Woman fights Thor who wins? Thor. Yet, if he fights a Celestial he gets his azz whipped 7 ways to Sunday, but if The Invisible Woman fights a Celestial, she can disrupt their armour?! Does anyone not see the errors here?

I'm not saying it's a great idea, but the fact is it wasn't due to her level of power but the source of her power that she was able to do it. Which means her ability to damage a Celestial has no bearing on how she'd fare against Thor. Just as Lex Luthor wearing a kryptonite ring would be effective against Superman but useless against Thor.

But you're missing the point. The point I'm making is this, if her power can affect an Omnipotent being, she should be able to also defend herself against Thor. But she can't, so needless to say, Thor should be able to affect The Celestials more than he can. I can shoot you with either a 9MM or a .357, either way you will be shot. Thats what I'm trying to get over to you.

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