Relevance? You were trying to discredit him indirectly shattering worlds with him supposedly having a hard time to push a (moon/world) back together. Lol... Even if that's the case, I'm merely pointing out how that argument falls flat. I mean we have a guy(just drank sun juice) wasn't strong enough to break free of a decaying dragon who easily died from an oil pump explosion, and yet he was just seen benching virtual earth weight deprived of his power source in the same book.
Not even sure why I bother because u are making absolutely no sense.
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So despite the fact that it was what stated to happen if anything happens to Ranx and Sodam had tattered clothes which indicates that he was in the explosion and even the GLs thinking he couldn't have survived, there was no explosion.
Right. It can only happen to Thor, right? I mean if was no moving through tar after all.
Deal with what? Superman benched earth, Thor didn't destroy any planets.
It'd be like Superman benching the earth and never showing it in the first place.
Thor's repairing the moon doesn't invalidate his planet busting. He was never shown to destroy any planets at all.
It's not inconsistency if it's never shown at all.
Sodam Yat has like two dozen appearances but a completely disappointing record tbh. You think he has a better average but for every low showing Thor has, there are a hundred other ones where he operates at the level you expect. This is called consistency and a long history is what is respected and why low showings garner so much attention.
It's very simple, again. Who has better feats? Who wins this fight? If you think Sodam Yat does, how confident are you? Confident enough for a BZ.....
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You think surviving two blasts from the Anti-Monitor is far superior to what Thor did against the Celestials? Are you f*cking high? They were punching holes in the Destroyer and were higher up on the totem pole than Galactus when hierarchies still meant a damn.
Lol.. What are you talking about? I literally had to explain the scene for you. You made a feat out of thin air as you are apt to do.
Sodam having tattered clothes is not proof that there was a more than a lightyear wide explosion. Ranx who was virtually the size of a small planet blew up in front of him. Smdh....
He indirectly shattered worlds as per the comic. We see the planet(looked like it) below them breaking or shattering and a nearby celestial body starting to shatter as a side effect of his assault on Gorr. The further celestial body seemed to have a working atmosphere as well as gravity based on the inhabitants shown. Looks like a world to me. The book stated shattering of worlds. Now taking what I just described, it looks like the narration "shattering of worlds around him" was pretty much spot on.
In regards to your "repairing the moon", here's what you said earlier.
You tried to discredit the feat with a not so well thought out statement. I gave you a perfectly valid example of why your attempt fell flat. Now you have been corrected. Again....
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