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    shift the earth

    I'm not sure if there are any d-toiders into comic books, but i'm trying to find the hulk comic in which he moves the earth with a punch or something of that nature. I remeber hear that he was the only super hero to have moved the earth thus dubbing him the strongest super hero of all time. If anyone knows the name of that issue please educate me.

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    That's fucking retarded.

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    simpson's did hit before.



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    God, I fucking hate comics...

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    i just wanted to find out the name of the damn issue not start a feeding frenzy, i was curious because they made a reference to it in the hulk movie advertisement. I'll just go back to my porn and gummy bears.

    this will help the pain go away.

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    mmm, gummy bears.

    Also, didn't superman kinda move the earth? Well, he reversed time, which some could argue is more impressive.

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    meh, shifting time is for -I'M A MASSIVE DOUCHEBAG-I'M A MASSIVE DOUCHEBAG-I'M A MASSIVE DOUCHEBAG-I'M A MASSIVE DOUCHEBAG-I'M A MASSIVE DOUCHEBAG-I'M A MASSIVE DOUCHEBAG who wear their underwear on top of there pants, moving the earth thats the real stuff.

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    I always felt the superman movies were kind of retarted, I like to think that if superman's dad ever did die he would go nuts and kill everyone.

    oh and if hulk did move the earth wouldn't someone have to of moved it back?

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    Quote Originally Posted by niacin
    I always felt the superman movies were kind of retarted, I like to think that if superman's dad ever did die he would go nuts and kill everyone.

    oh and if hulk did move the earth wouldn't someone have to of moved it back?
    Good point, that was mighty inconsiderate of him wasn't it?

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    I'm not sure wtf you're talking about, but in Marvel Comics Presents #52 he smashes an asteroid twice the size of Earth. So that's pretty hardcore. In your face Bruce Willis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MEE
    meh, shifting time is for -I'M A MASSIVE DOUCHEBAG-I'M A MASSIVE DOUCHEBAG-I'M A MASSIVE DOUCHEBAG-I'M A MASSIVE DOUCHEBAG-I'M A MASSIVE DOUCHEBAG-I'M A MASSIVE DOUCHEBAG who wear their underwear on top of there pants, moving the earth thats the real stuff.
    Hey, tell shit that to Quail Man


    Oh, and Heracles is more badass than Superman and Hulk combined. He held the Earth on his shoulders. And slaughtered three-headed beasts with a club.

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    In the Marvel vs. DC comics Superman beats the Hulk with his strength. Superman is no fun. He beats the heroes only have one super power with his millions of powers. He beat the Flash in a race. He punches harder than the Hulk. Superman needs to be toned down some. It's like DC is trying to make the next Jesus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Christiangamer
    In the Marvel vs. DC comics Superman beats the Hulk with his strength. Superman is no fun. He beats the heroes only have one super power with his millions of powers. He beat the Flash in a race. He punches harder than the Hulk. Superman needs to be toned down some. It's like DC is trying to make the next Jesus.
    Thats kinda the point with superman, it's them saying what would a godlike being do if he was thrown in with us mere mortals. Hell I never liked the fact they had kryptonite as far as I'm concerned superman can never lose and that's what makes him interesting.
    In the hands of great writer superman is one of the best characters out there a guy that is always teetering on the edge of going "you know what fuck it I'm going to take all their guns away and nobody can stop me". He could be the ultimate surveillance state, always listening in and with the power to stop anyone doing things he doesn't approve of, why doesn't he do that?
    Yes there are a lot of ooh look at superman punch the giant robot really hard storylines but every character has those.
    If I'm being really honest I think the superman/clark kent psychological aspect is more interesting to me than the batman/bruce wayne.

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    A far-fetched deus-ex-machinae I'm fond of is when Wolverine gets killed by some alien but a drop of his blood lands on some gem that boosts his healing power level to over 9000 and he actually regenerates his entire body out of that drop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Banj
    God, I fucking hate comics...
    I could not agree more

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    marvel comics are pretty retarded. Sorry, i don't care about spider-man 2099, i don't care about x-force/x-factor/x-alcoholic/x-living i don't care that there are literally THOUSANDS of superheroes and timelines to keep track of and maybe three of them are well developed at all but only if you take into account the supernovaic 616 complex of multiple universalist galacti symbiote breeding program. Read marvel comics wikis. I DARE you. listen to how they explain superpowers.

    however, comic books are NOT, by any means, stupid.















    i really could do this all day

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    There are definitely some good ones... and you got a couple of my favs (Maxx and Tick) Spooooooon FTW!

    Oh, and I also liked Some of frank millers stuff and Alan Millers V for Vendetta.

    (I'm to lazy for pics)

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    Quote Originally Posted by protomark
    marvel comics are pretty retarded. Sorry, i don't care about spider-man 2099, i don't care about x-force/x-factor/x-alcoholic/x-living i don't care that there are literally THOUSANDS of superheroes and timelines to keep track of and maybe three of them are well developed at all but only if you take into account the supernovaic 616 complex of multiple universalist galacti symbiote breeding program. Read marvel comics wikis. I DARE you. listen to how they explain superpowers.

    however, comic books are NOT, by any means, stupid.



    Red?

    I like comiv books in general and out of what you have listed I have only read Maxx...I will look for the others.

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    I was under the impression that Gladiator was the most powerful being in the Marvel Universe, as long as he isn't hit by certain radiations and maintains his confidence. I mean, he was explicitly based on Superman, even his name (Kallark) was taken, a combination of Kal-el (Kal) and Clark (lark).

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    Gladiator is an alien possessed of numerous abilities, first and foremost being his extraordinary strength. Whilst the uppermost limit of his strength is unknown, Gladiator has proven able to lift over 100 tons in weight. He once lifted the entire 35 floor Baxter Building in New York City, and has boasted of being able to move whole planets. In addition to his strength, Gladiator is virtually invulnerable to the point where he has survived an explosion of nearly nova force completely unharmed. He is, however, vulnerable to certain unspecified wavelengths of radiation.

    Gladiator can fly at speeds rivalling those of starships, and can achieve faster-than-light speeds in hyperspace. He can survive unprotected in the vacuum of outer space, being able to go long periods of time without needing to draw breath. Thanks to his incredible lung capacity, Gladiator is also able to draw in large amounts of air and then expel it all to create a gale force wind. Gladiator can also project intense beams of heat from his eyes that can reach temperatures comparable to those produced by stars, as well as microscopic vision that lets him see beyond the sub-atomic barrier.

    Much, if not all of Gladiator's abilities are entirely dependent on his level of self-confidence. The more confident he is in being able to complete the task at hand, the more powerful he becomes. Consequently, if Gladiator ever has the slightest hint of doubt that he is unable to accomplish something, then his powers quickly weaken.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Hero with 1001 Faces
    Gladiator is an alien possessed of numerous abilities, first and foremost being his extraordinary strength. Whilst the uppermost limit of his strength is unknown, Gladiator has proven able to lift over 100 tons in weight. He once lifted the entire 35 floor Baxter Building in New York City, and has boasted of being able to move whole planets. In addition to his strength, Gladiator is virtually invulnerable to the point where he has survived an explosion of nearly nova force completely unharmed. He is, however, vulnerable to certain unspecified wavelengths of radiation.

    Gladiator can fly at speeds rivalling those of starships, and can achieve faster-than-light speeds in hyperspace. He can survive unprotected in the vacuum of outer space, being able to go long periods of time without needing to draw breath. Thanks to his incredible lung capacity, Gladiator is also able to draw in large amounts of air and then expel it all to create a gale force wind. Gladiator can also project intense beams of heat from his eyes that can reach temperatures comparable to those produced by stars, as well as microscopic vision that lets him see beyond the sub-atomic barrier.

    Much, if not all of Gladiator's abilities are entirely dependent on his level of self-confidence. The more confident he is in being able to complete the task at hand, the more powerful he becomes. Consequently, if Gladiator ever has the slightest hint of doubt that he is unable to accomplish something, then his powers quickly weaken.
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    ...that's the gayest thing I've ever read, ever.

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