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Citizen Steel vs Weapon H
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Putinbot1
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Hulkverine is also one of the best Martial Artists in Marvel, he is better than Logan... He even knows styles from other planets. He is Hulk level strength and regen, with Adamantium bones and claws, wolverines senses and almost Shang Chi level Martial Arts Skills and a top-grade tactician/strategist. He is hilariously awesome. When he takes apart Weapon X, they are like Children to him, even old man Logan.

As he Hulks and his strength goes up, he remains in control... He retains his skills and his dynamic strength is just like the Hulks, he was chosen because of his skillset. He was the best and most brutal mercenary alive.

He is like Cap or Slade etc with that power set.


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Comics are printed on paper

True, but some digital comics aren't.


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True, but some digital comics aren't.
Um, "printed". ST, Bran is talking about printing not reading on a VDU.


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True, but some digital comics aren't.
Digital comics aren't even real


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Digital comics aren't even real
True, they are virtual. They are not Printed unless you print them on to paper.


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I'd go so far as to say no purely digital comic from the big evil duo of DC and Marvel is any good.

You find me a comic that has never been printed on paper from those companies and it's probably pure trash


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I'd go so far as to say no purely digital comic from the big evil duo of DC and Marvel is any good.

You find me a comic that has never been printed on paper from those companies and it's probably pure trash
Not going to disagree, because you are probably right on that. thumb up


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Originally posted by Galan007
You compared CS removing his suit, to Superman sundipping. That is a very poor analogy, and in no way/shape/form are those examples similar.

As mentioned, even if you want to assume that CS is going to go full-retard in a forum battle and neuter his strength/movement by keeping his suit on, a few slashy-slashes from WH would peel off the majority of his suit anyway. So either way, it's likely coming off. /shrug



...And the Godblast has come up in most 'classic' Thor threads, btw.


I compared it because like sun dipping it is a specific condition that alters the conditions of Battle. he doesn't at default fight with a suit off. the suit was not torn off when he fought black lantern Superman wasn't torn off when he fought Solomon Grundy wasn't turn off when he fought hany of other opponents in his weight class. Yet it is accepted in almost every single thread about citizen Steel that he fights with it off why?

If the answer is going to be CIS and we don't use it the problem is it's cis. he wears the suit to protect those he loves from himself to protect the innocent that's why he doesn't turn it off so readily

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I compared it because like sun dipping it is a specific condition that alters the conditions of Battle. he doesn't at default fight with a suit off. the suit was not torn off when he fought black lantern Superman wasn't torn off when he fought Solomon Grundy wasn't turn off when he fought hany of other opponents in his weight class. Yet it is accepted in almost every single thread about citizen Steel that he fights with it off why?

If the answer is going to be CIS and we don't use it the problem is it's cis. he wears the suit to protect those he loves from himself to protect the innocent that's why he doesn't turn it off so readily



Wouldn't CS with out his suit be more akin to Superman NOT holding back? The power is already in him, so it's not an amp, IMO. SM holds back for the same reasons.


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Wouldn't CS with out his suit be more akin to Superman NOT holding back? The power is already in him, so it's not an amp, IMO. SM holds back for the same reasons.


Thats a valid point. Hadnt looked at it that way.

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Thats a valid point. Hadnt looked at it that way.


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If the answer is going to be CIS and we don't use it the problem is it's cis. he wears the suit to protect those he loves from himself to protect the innocent that's why he doesn't turn it off so readily


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No interference from... well anything, or anyone.


Given the stips it would seem there is no innocents his full might could threaten. I'll also say that, even though he hasn't clarified, Stoic's arguments for WWH busting out WBH strength in threads is pretty much identical to this scenario. In a versus threads Huc's full strength isn't threatening to harm innocents, so he can just bust it out on the get-go.


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Plus he's.... fighting a guy with claws. That cut through anything.

As the fight goes on, that suit is getting ripped to ribbons anyway.


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The suit is coming off anyway you slice it.


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So Citizen Steel can withstand adamantium claws that is being swung by a character with Hulk like strength? No top tier should be able to survive a single swipe, let alone CS. He dies here every single time. This IS the definition of a non fight. You all are mentioning the suit getting cut up... NO, he will get ripped in half, EASILY.


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But he's made of metal.

Noone can rip metal.


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"No one can possibly survive said slashy-slash!!! Let alone one of the most durable characters in DC, who also has a HF to boot!!!"

Lol. This is carver9.


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But he's made of metal.

Noone can rip metal.


Slash clean through him. Call it a RIP, cut, jab, stab. It will happen.


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But you're not basing that on combat showings. You're just crossing showings over, which is something you always argues against (rightly, btw).

We know what WOLVERINE can do. We know what HULK can do. But you're sharing feats here: Wolverine, who is human ish level in strength, can Pierce heralds like Gladiator etc so Weapon H, packing the same blades but longer, with the Hulk's strength behind, should do even better.

But we don't have those showings yet.


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Edit... I can not mistreat Galan. Hes my bugga boo.


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