Regarding this fight, if Superman doesn't want to be touched by Kuurth, he won't be. Adding to that, the amount of sheer power Superman brings to this fight >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>anything Kuurth went up against in his showdown with the X-Men.
The only unknown here is how well Superman would take a hit from a magical hammer wielded by a Herald level being.
Wasn't Collosusnaut getting his bones broken when he was fighting Kuurth as a herald of the serpent? if that collosusnaut's bones were breaking why won't kuurth's? The Serpent had to pull Kuurth out of there because he would have ended up losing but the fact is, he was able to hurt Collosusnaut so Kuurth would can be hurt as well. I was more impressed by Nul tbh.
But, This seems awfully familiar, except for the fact that Doomsday is NOT AMPED, he is steam rolling the JLA (not the best JLA btw, but decent), with one hand behind his back and the some JLA members RUN out of energy trying to stop Doomsday, meaning that they did really went all out trying to stop Doomsday.
And Pre power up Superman alone stalemated THAT character who is steam rolling the JLA, now add that to the fact that Superman has 2 power upgrades after that and seems like a good match up.
I agree with you here. My limit for Classic Juggs is 10x more than the Godblast of Thor in order to just damage him but 20x more in order to damage him in such a way that you can actually win a fight from him.
The reason I come up with these numbers is because Juggs barely felt Thor's Godblast. So I reason something 10x stronger (which is hella reasonable) would damage him. But since Juggs heals, I would say 20x would damage him enough to to have a chance to beat him before he heals back up.
Since Kuurth is backed by both Cyttorak and the Serpent then I would have to say maybe 12-15x to damage him and 22-25x in order to win.
In all other Juggs fights Superman wins because of bfr. But not against Kuurth.
Any attacks in comics possibly greater than 20x a Godblast? I know universe destroyers have that power (Molecule Man, Thanos with IG, Ultimate Nullify-er, etc.)
Because Colossusnaut only had Cytorrak's power and not Cytorrak's power + the Worthy's power. This is FP Kuurth. And Serpent arguably pulled normal Kuurth out because Colossusnaut was reversing the runes' energies back onto themselves.
Which was a result of Colossusnaut' magical unstoppability. Something Superman is not going to replicate on a FP Kuurth who will, in fact, be magically unstoppable.
I never questioned colossusnaut's unstoppability, I bring up the fact that he was getting his bones broken by a sub-Thor level being. The thing that gives kuurt his invulnerability is also the same thing giving collosuanaut his. Their fight proves that Kuurt at full power isn't as invulnerable as many here believe and he can be hurt by physical blows.
Last edited by Diesldude on Jul 14th, 2012 at 01:17 AM