Also not to connect dots of my own, but did you take note of how Nebula and the Champion came out of it nearly unscathed? Sure the Champion was kayoed, but that beats being turned to dust by a country mile IMO. Well anyway, we'll get to see how tough the Champion is in comparison to the Hulk and Thor soon, so there's that.
Last edited by Stoic on Sep 29th, 2017 at 11:52 PM
That scan doesn't hold because Pak outright said that he needed Hulk to destroy a planet besides Earth. Then, Dormammu has fought and went all out in the dark dimension with that planet not having any type of visible damage. Zop, you need to do better than that to defend Thanos. A lot better.
Thanks for mentioning it. I'd heard rumors about it being written, but never read it. It does change the amount of actual weight that got pushed around in the DD, but you still have destruction done to living tissue that wasn't native to the DD. While Nebula went unscathed by the amount of force that was put out.
This is besides the fact. Thanos may be amped above his previous power levels. The fact that he can now fly may be as clear as it need get in order to draw that conclusion IMO. There are also too many plot holes at this moment to really make a strong claim.
Going back to the DD. Pak may not have actually had that in mind when he wrote Heart of the Monster. The plot lead me to believe that the Hulk needed a place of zero consequence to vent, which leads us all the way back to the World War Hulk arc, which stayed true to the original plot. I just don't know Zop? I guess you could regard it as being canon to one writer and that canon extending to other writers.
Even so, the planet and moon, and whatever else may have been destroyed in the DD was far larger than the one that Thanos and Thane flew through, not to mention Nebula surviving the power output.
Last edited by Stoic on Sep 30th, 2017 at 12:20 AM
Yeah, but that is talking about the Dark Dimension when it was in its infancy. On the next page of that issue it is stated that concepts like gravity and such were stabilized by the "Mhuruuks" [who were basically the first sorcerers of the Dark dimension]. I cannot post links yet, but someone who can should post the scan- it's from Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme v1 #21.
It is, next time I'll track down the entire issue. But that last scan remains. The one where Strange said the matter in the dark dimension isn't as sturdy as the matter in the physical universe. I want that scan and the issue it came from.