How powerful was Alex Luthor?

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Galan007
How powerful do you all think Alexander Luthor Jr. was during IC, once he began toying with the cosmos?


What being(s) would be comparable to his power at that time?

Validus
Not powerful enough to kill Nightwing apparently.

Skeets
Nightwing>Alexander.

CasanoVa
Pfft.

Nightwing>Anyone

Validus
Originally posted by CasanoVa
Pfft.

Nightwing>Anyone
Only when it comes to getting laid (which is the ultimate power).

CasanoVa
Originally posted by Validus
Only when it comes to getting laid (which is the ultimate power).

Laid=Rape? ermm.

Ms.Marvel ftw.

Skeets
Originally posted by Validus
Only when it comes to getting laid (which is the ultimate power).
Is it a plus or a negative,that he used to get it from guys?

Validus
It can never be a negative.

Skeets
Especially since it was a billionaire,who was doing the piping.

Validus
Exactly.

Galan007
sad


This thread was doomed from the beginning...


But I really am curious.

Skeets
Blame Peaches,he does that shit all the time.

Validus
Yeah, blame me.

Galan007
Bump? srugdoped

Starhawk
Prolly equal to Insane Genis-Vell

Galan007
Originally posted by Starhawk
Prolly equal to Insane Genis-Vell That's it?

Alex Luthor was rearranging the Universe like a checker board.

He was bringing back planets, merging them, and destroying them like they were nothing.

Board Walker
When he was killed by a pistol, and apparently beat down by Nightwing, you have to remember this was after he had expended his energy.

Alex Luthor seemed really powerful actually..

Galan007
Originally posted by Board Walker
When he was killed by a pistol, and apparently beat down by Nightwing, you have to remember this was after he had expended his energy.

Alex Luthor seemed really powerful actually.. No, I am only curious about how powerful Alex was at the height of his power, (eg. when he bagan toying with the Universe).

Board Walker
Originally posted by Galan007
No, I am only curious about how powerful Alex was at the height of his power, (eg. when he bagan toying with the Universe).

so Prior to expending his energy, and from the loss of his energy due to the tower's destruction?

I think its pretty self explanatory, he was reshaping the multiverse with his hands, he was creating universes.

Galan007
Originally posted by Board Walker
so Prior to expending his energy, and from the loss of his energy due to the tower's destruction?Precisely.

I mean Alex at the absolute height of his power. smile

Originally posted by Board Walker
I think its pretty self explanatory, he was reshaping the multiverse with his hands, he was creating universes. My question is whom you think his power at this level would have been comparable to?

Symmetric Chaos
Well who can interfere with multiple planets at the same time and over power them to the point that there entire superhuman community can do jack all squat?

batdude123
Originally posted by Board Walker
so Prior to expending his energy, and from the loss of his energy due to the tower's destruction?

I think its pretty self explanatory, he was reshaping the multiverse with his hands, he was creating universes.

Jesus Christ, am I the only one who finds BW's overhyping annoying?

Symmetric Chaos
Originally posted by batdude123
Jesus Christ, am I the only one who finds BW overhyping annoying?

Yes cool

Validus
Originally posted by batdude123
Jesus Christ, am I the only one who finds BW's overhyping annoying?
No.

Board Walker
Originally posted by Validus
No.

lol Validus <3

Board Walker
Originally posted by Symmetric Chaos
Well who can interfere with multiple planets at the same time and over power them to the point that there entire superhuman community can do jack all squat?

I was under the assumption that they were universes, the earths were merely the focal point of them.

Each planet was a different plane of reality, which he wanted to replace hte current one with.

Validus
They weren't on a different plane of reality. They were literally sitting right next to each other.

Board Walker
Originally posted by Validus
They weren't on a different plane of reality. They were literally sitting right next to each other.

Each one was a different plane of reality, they were not just planets.

It is why when they saw the infinite earths they were not physical able to touch them, as they were not yet merged with the current plane of existence.

And when Alex Luthor reached out to the reader, he was referencing to our plane of existence, which he wanted to replace the comic one with.

Alex was reshaping the multiverse on a grand scale.

Symmetric Chaos
Originally posted by Validus
They weren't on a different plane of reality. They were literally sitting right next to each other.

Yeah they did a nice job hanging a lantern on the physics of that mess.

Galan007
Originally posted by Board Walker
I was under the assumption that they were universes, the earths were merely the focal point of them.

Each planet was a different plane of reality, which he wanted to replace the current one with. No.

Alex was in one Universe.

He pulled a near infinite amount of Earths into that one Universe, but they were all in the same plane of reality, (that's why in some panels these Earths can be seen hitting each other on their own, and exploding). smile

Board Walker
Originally posted by Galan007
No.

Alex was in one Universe.

He pulled a near infinite amount of Earths into that one Universe, but they were all in the same plane of reality, (that's why in some panels these Earths can be seen hitting each other on their own, and exploding. smile

Oh okay, I suppose, It still doesn't make sense that they were not planes of reality.

Alex said he wanted to merge the old with the new, just replacing Earth physically wouldn't change reality on the scale he wanted; espicially when he was reaching out to the readers reality.

Which is why I believe they were planes of reality, and the earths were the focal points of them, the representaiton which manifested partially; due to Alex not choosing one of them to merge.

Galan007
Originally posted by Board Walker
Oh okay, I suppose, It still doesn't make sense that they were not planes of reality.

Alex said he wanted to merge the old with the new, just replacing Earth physically wouldn't change reality on the scale he wanted; espicially when he was reaching out to the readers reality.

Which is why I believe they were planes of reality, and the earths were the focal points of them, the representaiton which manifested partially; due to Alex not choosing one of them to merge. Alex wanted to make the "perfect Earth", he wasn't overly concerned with the Universe as a whole, just that one Earth. (that's why he only manifested various Earths, and nothing else). smile


And again, if all of these Earths were in different planes of reality, they wouldn't have been colliding with each other on their own..... but they did.


Why?

Because there was a nigh-infinite amount of Earths, all jam packed into that one Universe. smile

Validus
Originally posted by Board Walker
Each one was a different plane of reality, they were not just planets.

It is why when they saw the infinite earths they were not physical able to touch them, as they were not yet merged with the current plane of existence.

And when Alex Luthor reached out to the reader, he was referencing to our plane of existence, which he wanted to replace the comic one with.

Alex was reshaping the multiverse on a grand scale.
Superman flew from Earth 1 to Earth 2 when he heard the other Supes crying over Lois. After their fight, the two Superman along with Wonder Woman flew back to Earth 1 to join the fight in Metropolis.

And besides all that, it was Brother Eye and the tower that were doing all the Earth splitting.

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