Supegirl destroys his body. The Anti-Monitor monologues that he was almost destroyed.
Mere words. And mere images.
What do mere words and images matter in comic books right?
This thread is a wash. The original Monitor was immense (Larger than creation) but the Beyonders come from a place where the Marvel Multiverse is speck of dust and three of them thoroughly annihilated the cosmic of Marvel across the Multiverse. This thread is about who you like more imo, nothing else. How can you pick one side over the other based on what we know...
Last edited by Rage.Of.Olympus on Sep 24th, 2017 at 04:11 PM
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The Beyonders were vulnerable within the Multiverse, that's a fact. There are several examples but it was also explicitly stated during the nillo comedy, since u like to highlight that pis/cis so much. That specific Beyonder was hilarious, it did absolutely nothing, it never attached and never defended itself, it just stood there waiting to get warped like an idiot lol. Man I just love how writers are forced to pis on and cis induce characters when there's no way of defeating them in a particular scenario. The Beyonder killed by Starbrand, was ALONE stomping Thor and Hyperion nearly killing them both. then somehow, one missing arm Thor (all phucked up) and bloody beaten Hyperion, survive past go vs an army. wait, Its in the Beyonders history to be greater inside the Beyond Realm. Like I posted earlier, Kubik/Kosmos became so big the infinite Multiverse literally "dwindled into insignificance" before them. And that's Cube beings, a minute bit of their energy. Also, this is why Doom had to "DRAW THEM OUT" in order for the Owen-Bombs to work. (Hickman followed through there properly)
See, I'm thinking that Doom needed to 'draw out' the Beyonders, in order to destroy all of them in one fell swoop.
After all, the Beyond Realm is so vast that the entire Marvel multiverse is germ-esque in comparison... And even though the Owen-Bomb was powerful enough to destroy "hundreds of thousands" of universes, blindly dropping it into the Beyond realm would be akin to dropping a grain of sand in the ocean. So I think it kind of makes sense that Doom would need to have physical targets, otherwise he risked wasting the Bomb entirely.