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Subj: Re: LMAO uh-huh
Posted: Wed Jan 18, 2012 at 02:29:16 pm CST (Viewed 122 times)
Reply Subj: Re: LMAO uh-huh
Posted: Wed Jan 18, 2012 at 12:43:57 pm CST (Viewed 77 times)
Quote:The point to Valkyrie is that she did what you said is a total one sided affair. However you are comparing extreme examples to the norm. Like comparing a 2013 model Mercedes Benz to a model T. Average Human being v average Asgardian the Asgardian is 30 times superior at least. They have strength and durability greater than many super humans.
Quote:As for the thread? I don't care about the original topic. You attempted to downplay, yet again, Thor being a god. Referencing the movies idea that Thor is from a race of aliens who are simply scientifiaclly more advanced. That is NOT the case. That is all my coment dealt with, nothing more or less. But you need to make it something more because you are wrong and can't deal with something so simple.
You don't care about the original topic...
Wow, just wow. If you are going to drop out of nowhere at least have the courtesy of giving me some slack when I replying about the topic. Nobody forced you to crash the party.
As for me downplaying Thor you got that backward. It's YOU who over inflate him beyond the point of ridiculousness. If you said I'm wrong, fine, but prove it. Words are cheap. As far as I'm concerned your version of Thor isn't the same as Marvel. Here is what they say about asgardians. It's not me saying so and it's FAR from the only place they are presented like this over the past 30+ years. Many official publications says as much and the comics mirror that.
"Inhabiting the Nine Worlds in the other-dimensional Asgardian system are six races of humanoid life forms. Each race is different and intelligent, but the most powerful race is that of the Gods. The Gods are the most human looking and believed to have inhabited Earth at one time only to move to Asgard sometime later. Norsemen and Germanic tribes used to worship the Asgardians nearly a millennium ago and that is why some of the names differ slightly like Wotan instead of Odin. Even though certain Gods are still interested in humanity such as Thor, the Asgardians do not have any more active worshippers or seek to have any. The gods possess superhuman abilities such as super strength and superhuman endurance. An average male god can lift up to 30 tons while an average female can lift up to 25 tons, but there are those that exceed these specifications. The Gods are also gifted with extremely long life, but are not immortal like the gods of Olympus. They are also immune to all terrestrial diseases and are highly resistant to conventional forms of injury".
That definition sound "godly" in the same sense you pretend? Not to me...
As for me taking my stance from the movie I think it's the movie who actually own me money for taking my stance about the topic. What I've said here FAR predate Thor's movie. Go back in the archive if you want to see for yourself.
Quote:As for Balder the TC has a point. Balder is the god of Light, but the only author to even make a small attempt at exploring this was Uncle Walt. If this had been explored more throroughly then yes more likely than not Balder would be able to take Hulk down more often than not. News Flash Hulk is not, nor will he ever be(no matter who writes it) the end all and be all. He is one of the most over-rated characters in comic-dom. But that's neither here nor there.
And? This helps you how? Must I also think that for Sif, Hermod, the warrior 3, or any other Asgardians because no deep stories about them was ever done? It's not what the comics have shown us or the handbooks presented us. Hulk isn't the be all end all as far as I'm concerned but he sure is more powerful than 99% of all asgardians "god" title or not.
Quote:You keep attempting to push this whole, "aspect" thingy. I don't give a crap what marvel says now they are full of the same sad lil Thor haters as are a number of others out there today. Thor was brought into the MU AS the God of Thunder. A being on a higher magnitude than most others. It was something Hulk, Superman fanboys, and simple haters couldn't deal with. You tell me to get over it, which is hysterical because this is exactly what haters couldn't do. Thor's status as God is a state of being YOU get over it.
Well in that case I don't give a crap about your opinion either. I was answering on topic material. If you just want to be outraged go bother someone else. Beside, I don't dispute Thor "god" title one second. I dispute what you say it implies. That HUGELY different. Your Thor never existed. At least not not between 1962 and today...
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