Oh? Wow, you must really be delusional... Under what extremes did Wolverine survive a soul destroying attack? See, you omit things to suit yourself. I suggest you research both characters before making bone headed statements like this.
Eeeeeh, that seems more mental that spiritual judging from the text. Soulstriker's attacks dredges up bad memories according to Wolverine himself. Thats a little different from having your soul obliterated in a single attack.
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The way that looks reminds me a lot of the Penance Stare.
Yeah. Stiltman put up an argument like a good debater. You didn't. You are a shitposter who couldn't argue with a dog turd in the rain. Huzzah for you Mr Elitist?
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I have. Soulstriker's power is obscure. Not to mention it wasn't any argument you made. So you don't get to shitpost like you won anything.
"I have become Death, the destroyer of worlds..."
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Nope. You failed to understand what you was reading.
It isn't. Soulstriker punches the soul. He deals past painful memories as damages. That's really hard to understand. Wow !
Please make more hilarious comments.
Here is what I have said and that Stilt illustrated:
"The Shun Goku Satsu can help but that's just 15 Chi-amped strikes coming from all directions in a few seconds. While it delivers spiritual and physical damages we both knows that Wolverine can heal from both."
I will make a post with more arguments later to separate it from your aggressive and argumentless post.
All right, sorry about the late response, the hurricane and losing power for three days put a stop to a speedy reply.
Even assuming your interpretation of the feat is true, the notion that his punch caused a volcanic eruption rather than crumbled it outright doesn't do anything to support the stance that the game feats "don't count", and no your assertion that the feats aren't usable to gauge the characters' power is completely unfounded.
So no source that actually indicates the presence of a volcano on the island, just the assertion that fire = volcano, ignoring that there doesn't appear to be any actual lava (you know that volcanoes are not filled with fire, but molten rock, right?), and that the explosion could easily have resulted from Akuma's fist, which as we see in the video I posted, was on fire.
Furthermore, your assertion of what happened doesn't fit what we actually see. We actually see Ryu in the water as rocks continue to rain down on him. Implying that the island literally exploded. The only volcanic eruption I can recall even near that scale is Krakatoa, and even that eruption didn't destroy the entire island. If it was the result of a volcanic eruption, one would think that the rocks falling around Ryu would be slagged by the intense heat of the island's lava.
But this is an irrelevant tangent. A punch that can destabilize a completely dormant volcano to the extent that it literally destroys the island itself is still far into the realms of superhuman territory, and vastly beyond Wolverine's own physical strength.
You don't use the actual primary source material because you're an idiot friend. The games are the primary canon, the UDON comics are not. Period.
And Dan never defeated Akuma in any actual storyline event. Is this hard for you to grasp?
More force than Wolverine's fist can generate my friend. Enough force to destabilize the geography of an entire island sufficiently to completely destroy it.
Prove they are peak human. You actually can't: it's already proven by their ability to survive attacks from Akuma, as well as Chun-Li's forest busting attack I posted earlier, as well as her and basically all the important named characters survival of Bison's attack which exceeded it.
I accept your concession.
I wouldn't worry though. You haven't adequately addressed any of the game feats already posted, so I see no real reason to link more.
Pretty good on Ryu, he has always been just a tier below the top tiers.
So an unquantifiable speed feat touted as impressive because of how it's drawn, and not actually anything substantial. How fast do you think those attacks were? 100 meters per second? 200? Kek.
Akuma's submarine feat is better.
Tell you what though, since you like the comics so much, here you go:
As seen here, Akuma can avoid Wolverine's claws, the only thing that could actually hurt him, with Ashura Senkuu.
Nice feat where Wolverine fails to land a single hit on Nightcrawler.
Now imagine that the punches Wolverine is forced to take from someone faster than him are strong enough to literally bury him a mile under the earth.
"Being able to move thousands of feet with a single maneuver while performing an attack has no relevancy to combat speed" lul, get a load of this guy.
A page isn't a time frame. Whew, that was easy to dismiss.
Right, like in scenes where he moves from the ocean floor to above the surface in a single attack.
Wolverine is a brick who can't even fly with claws and a healing factor. Akuma is a more powerful brick who can at least glide, turn intangible, use ki for ranged attacks (that can raze forests indirectly) and to enhance his normal attacks, as well as the power to destroy one's soul. No, he's quite a bit more versatile.
Do you imagine that grappling doesn't involve physical strength at all? How stupid must one be to not believe that physical strength factors into a fight.
Oh, and Akuma carried a sunken ship from the ocean floor to the ocean surface with his foot. He's quite a bit stronger.
[quote[On top of that Wolverine is way quicker in combat[/quote]
You might want to get around to proving that.
Skill does not matter in the face of overwhelming power.
He could do that, and would easily win. He could also just physically dominate Wolverine and punch him literally into the dirt. Wolverine likely won't die in this fight, but he will lose.
He won't need to use the SGS.
Wolverine won't even be able to touch Akuma if he doesn't want him to.