Thor and Wonder Woman
-vs-
Superman

8 wins (88.9%)
ThorWonder Woman

Thor and Wonder Woman

1 wins (11.1%)
Superman

Superman

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Spectre94
Spectre94 2 days ago
I've made perfect sense of what the comic actually says, and your the only person who stated Thor moved the nine worlds, because the comic didn't emphasize on this at all. But whatever, I was just trying to help out a fellow fan.
SirSpidey
SirSpidey 2 days ago
Ok, whatever. Be as ignorant as you always are. Just quit constently making things up straight from your head and actually read the comic and all will be fine
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Spectre94
Spectre94 2 days ago
If he actually did move the nine worlds then there would be much more damage then just a single crack in Odins throne room. Don't you think all humanity would have noticed the earth shacking. All my comments make logical sense and so far you haven't given me anything from the comic that suggests Thor moved the nine worlds.
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Dellmamy45 2 days ago
I'm Petty so I'm vote Superman lmao
SirSpidey
SirSpidey 2 days ago
Mr. "Im not denying what the comic says". Then why did you make up an excuse as to why there was a crack in Odins throne room? We dont know what the World Engine is fueled with because it never says it in the comic, there you go again making things up. Also, the writers did make an emphasis on this amazing feat when they out of the blue and on the next page mention a crack in Odins throne room. But no, you want to deny that and say that it was an "energy" surge
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Spectre94
Spectre94 3 days ago
I'm not denying what the comic says, I'm denying what it didn't say, it didn't say Thor moved the nine worlds. @SirSpidey I have a question what do think the world engine's source of energy is?, and why didn't the writers have more emphasis on the feat, if Thor actually moved the nine worlds?
SirSpidey
SirSpidey 3 days ago
Also, I have considered your argument...... but, as half of the time, it doesnt make sense. You constently deny what the comics say and make up some bull shit excuse as to why something happened they way it did. Im sorry, but you are not going off of facts, your just making things up straight from your head
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SirSpidey
SirSpidey 3 days ago
Lol, playing that, "no, your ignorant" game. Very mature @Spectre94. You can have your OPINION, Ill stay with what the comics dictate
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Spectre94
Spectre94 3 days ago
@SirSpidey you are so ignorant, you haven't considered one thing in my comments, all my comments make logical sense but you just don't want to hear it because you are the biggest Thor fanboy. If you actually know anything about the Marvel universe witch you obviously don't, you would know that yggdrasi is a energy field, so yes Thor was pushing energy. You are the only one making things up, stating that Thor moved the nine worlds, when there is nothing in the comic that suggests this.
SirSpidey
SirSpidey 3 days ago
@Spectre94: Now your just making stuff up that never happened. Thor pushed Yggdrasil and guess what Yggdrasil is connected to, all nine realms. Im not sure how you can push energy, I guess thats Spectre94 logic. This explains why there was a giant crack in Odins throne room because Thor was resisting the weight of it. Do you seriously think that Thor stuggled to turn an Earth made object? Of course not, he was not struggling from the weight of a wheel but the weight of all nine realms. You know, Im not sure if anyone can respect the opinion of someone who cant read a comic book and conceptualize what its trying to convey and thinks Superman actually lifted Infinity and Eternity but in reality they are just saying that because they want there most favourite character to be the strongest one ever. PATHETIC
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Spectre94
Spectre94 3 days ago
The point wasn't to lift or move the nine worlds, the point was to end the world engine from eliminating all life.
Spectre94
Spectre94 3 days ago
Thor states it himself "I don't care if I'm fighting yggdrasil" in the Marvel universe yggdrasil is vast energy field, this suggests that yggdrasis energy was fueling the world engine.
God_of_Thunder
God_of_Thunder 3 days ago
Spectre it was nothing against youre comment at all. I just wanted to explain the thoughts behind this feat of Strength.
In my mind its an awsome feat and i think it was very cool.
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Spectre94
Spectre94 3 days ago
It's clear you guys haven't even considered anything I've stated in my comments, Perhaps if I used a smaller example. Let's say Thor reversed a wheel inside a dam, the dam being the world engine, and yggdrasil being the lake. By Reversing the wheel Thor is basically fighting against the lake (yggdrasils energy) and of course he dose reverses the wheel, but Thor still didn't move the dam or lake a single inch.
God_of_Thunder
God_of_Thunder 3 days ago
Reversing the world engine is one of Mighty Thors most impressive feats of Strength.
Yggdrasil the worlds tree and the weight of the nine worlds is truely insane.
I think its a feat of Strength that explains the Incalcubale strength of a God.
This is done without entring warriors madness that will boost his strength several times more.
There is of course a lot of alchemi in a feat like this. Mighty Thor is the warrior God of the nine worlds he defends. In this feat he handles them all at once with insane strength.
The point of this feat is that conection and to understand the feat this of course is necesary.
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Spectre94
Spectre94 3 days ago
@SirSpidey could you help me find where it states that Thor physical moved the nine worlds, you can't because he didn't move the nine worlds. Your argument doesn't make any sense, the tree wasn't moved the nine worlds didn't go anywhere, Thor only moved one wheel on the engine, The engine is powered by yggdrasil this makes perfect sense but of course you are to ignorant to see it. Yes there was a giant crack in Odins throne room, but this could have been caused by anything probably a surge of energy from yggdrasil.
SirSpidey
SirSpidey 4 days ago
I love how Superman has zero votes๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚
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SirSpidey
SirSpidey 4 days ago
Its canon because its in Earth 616, not that you would know what that means though because your ignorant and all, but it is canon. You can deny it all you want but the facts are the facts, theres no denying that. Also, If Thor was only pushing the World Engine, explain to me why there was a giant crack in Odins throne room after Thor pushed the engine? Also, I cant find where it states that the World Engine was fueled by the energy of Yggdrasil, could you help me find where it says that?
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Spectre94
Spectre94 4 days ago
@SirSpidey it doesn't really matter what you think because the comic is not canon. it never states that Thor moved the nine worlds, yes Thor states that he is pushing against the world engine and yggdrasil because Yggdrasils energy was fueling the engine.
SirSpidey
SirSpidey 4 days ago
@Spectre94: If you actually read the comic in which Thor did that, you would know that Thor was pushing all nine realms because it states that there was a giant crack in Odins throne room which was not there before. Thor also clearly says that he does not care he is pushing the World Engine or Yggdrasil. And yes, of course Thor has survived planet shattering attacks, not that you would know of of course because you have not read one Marvel comic. Thor tanked the Doomsday Bomb which was able to devastate an entire planet and if that wasnt enough he fell onto a planet leaving a crater miles wide and still walked it off
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remy94
remy94 5 days ago
@Spectre94 he has survived planetary destruction in the past but in almost all cases he absorbs the blast with Mjolnir, the Marvel comics encyclopedia states that Thor is near invulnerable and he can be harmed with a sufficient force. The Dc comics encyclopedia states in sunlight Superman is invulnerable his only weakness is kryptonite and magic.
Spectre94
Spectre94 5 days ago
When has Thor survived planet shattering attacks?
God_of_Thunder
God_of_Thunder 5 days ago
The Strength of Mighty Thor and The Man of Steel is about the same there is no saying who is the stronger. Bouth may boost their Strength even futher.
Durability Mighty Thor got the better because he is not vunerable to anything not any kind of energy and not magic but versus everything else they are the same and may survive planet shattering attacks.
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Spectre94
Spectre94 5 days ago
@SirSpidey if you are referring to Thor reversing the world engine (witch is uncanon) he didn't physically lift the nine worlds (it is never stated that he moved the nine worlds) he only reversed one wheel on engine. In the Marvel universe yggdrasil is vast energy field that connects the nine worlds. So the world engine was only running on yggdrasils energy. Besides even if he did lift the nine worlds, it's small in comparison to lifting all the books in the multiverse. As for durability I'm not sure how Thor is more durable than Superman?
SirSpidey
SirSpidey 5 days ago
@wolfdragon123: The godblast is pure energy, Thor doesnt have to use his magic
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SirSpidey
SirSpidey 5 days ago
@Spectre94: He is the most durable of all the Asgardian gods and he has lifted way more than Superman
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wolfdragon123
wolfdragon123 5 days ago
@SirSpidey: what I meant to say was that if Thor's attacks were purely energy based rather than magic based then he would have no chance to defeat Superman
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Spectre94
Spectre94 5 days ago
@SirSpidey how is Thor's strength and durability greater than Superman?
SirSpidey
SirSpidey 5 days ago
Well duh, thats like saying if Superman didnt have the sun there would be no chance he could win. Thor has better feats of both strength and durability, so I dont know why you think he is better in those categories
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wolfdragon123
wolfdragon123 5 days ago
Superman wins in every category except combat and maybe power. The only reason why Thor has a chance of defeating Superman is because of his magic based attacks. If Thor didn't have the magic advantage, then he would have almost no chance to defeat Superman.
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SirSpidey
SirSpidey 5 days ago
Well if Thor can beat Superman in a fight, which is what you have said, how can Superman possibly have better strength, intelligence, durability, power, and combat?
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remy94
remy94 5 days ago
I disagree. Superman is in all main abilities better than Thor and Wonder Woman.
SirSpidey
SirSpidey 5 days ago
Stronger and more durable? No! He may be faster but thats about it
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remy94
remy94 5 days ago
@SirSpidey how is he being a fanboy?
SirSpidey
SirSpidey 5 days ago
@wolfdragon123: NO, just no. Its time to stop being a fanboy now
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God_of_Thunder
God_of_Thunder 5 days ago
This is not a fair battle a warrior Demigodes and a Warrior God the God of Thunder himself bouth magical in nature.
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wolfdragon123
wolfdragon123 5 days ago
Both Thor and Wonder Woman have a decent chance to beat the Man of Steel in a one-on-one fight, so they should definitely be able to defeat Superman together. But Superman would still put up a good fight since he is stronger, faster, more durable than both of them individually
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