#5
Quote by behind_you
I fail to see the point of this thread.

Vincent_745 #2


EDIT: Never mind, you were around for that
#6
Quote by behind_you
I fail to see the point of this thread.



Let's say Thor puts his mighty hammer on the ground. The Hulk, being the blundering trickster that he is, lifts the ground that Thor's hammer lies. Would that be logical? Could Hulk then technically "lift" Thor's hammer?

Also, what if the hammer was coated in metal, or rubber? Could it be lifted?
#7
One wonders if TS knew that Thor and the Mjolnir were Nordic symbols before they were integrated into Marvel's vast wealth of better than DC superheroism...
#8
Quote by goest
One wonders if TS knew that Thor and the Mjolnir were Nordic symbols before they were integrated into Marvel's vast wealth of better than DC superheroism...



I knew. In fact, Thor isn't even the god of thunder. He's the god of law and order.


And my opinion is that DC has better plots and has stable character development. Marvel is loose in their description of abilities. Could Galactus destroy the Beyonder? Could the One Above All vanquish Galactus? Marvel isn't very clear in their descriptions.