imperiex is a ripoff of galactus, just that he was written like galactus should be, it was kind of like DC saying; now this his how a universal threat should be written, so anyone here thinks the JLA could take round 2 on imperiex??
If this is is a str8 up fight with no devices that can destroy a galaxy such as ultimate nullifier, or the motherbox then Galactus should take this everytime with relative ease. Now, if the JLA are allowed time to get one of these items or come up with one of their own then, of course they have a chance.
Galactus has never been beaten through sheer force or will so far as I know. Maybe I am wrong.
Last edited by nimbus006 on Oct 6th, 2006 at 06:14 PM
Oh yes, I definitely believe Galactus takes this easily. What I meant was Silver Surfer might not be able to take every member of the JLA individually. But as you have pointed out, Galactus should take this every time.
OK. I have seen people (on this forum) agree on the fact that Galactus would destroy Onslaught... Now you may wonder what I'm getting at...
How well did all earths heroes combined might fare against Onslaught?
Yeah that's right, not that good... Do you think that the JLA could punk all those heroes like that? If so? Think again...
Onslaught (although he lost in the end) was a MAJOR threat to earths heroes... And Galactus would kill Onslaught in 10 seconds...
Galactus would cream the JLA... It seems some people doesn't know how powerful he really is... Surfer for example would destroy any single member of the JLA but he would lose to the whole lineup..
Galactus easily took out 15 surfer level (or almost surfer level). And that was a MINOR feat for him...
Indeed. wasn't Superman the guy who managed to lift up an island in space in the movies(Not to mention, that one was filled with kryptonite which was acting as a suppressor for superman's full strength.)? Yeah thats what I thought.
And the kyle version of green lantern was the same sky who was able to move half of San Francisco to save it from a flood, as seen in one of the Grant Morrison JLA books.