Strongest Superhero

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Who do you think is the physically strongest superhero, based on lifting feats, I believe it is Superman.

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HULK IS STRONGEST THERE IS
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I'd say the strongest superhero is probably the Hulk. Hercules with a close second. Superman and Thor are around the same level with Thor having maybe an ever so slight advantage. However, Superman can get stronger with more solar-energy so they are equal. Anyone else is underneath them. If it were who can land the most devastating punch- it would be either Flash or Superman. Really, it is based on which category you want to look at.
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Physically? Superman or Hulk.
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SirSpidey
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In which comics have any of those character lifted an infinite amount of weight?
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Hulk has no upper limits so...
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SirSpidey
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Well he has yet to be shown capable of lifting an infinite amount of weight, so...
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Hulk is the strongest, he shook an infinite number of dimensions against Ironclad.
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SirSpidey
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Shaking and lifting are two completely different things
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1 the intent of the Tree is stated in the issue, "the Tree that controls the passage of nature and time"
2 "in turning the wheel you would be fighting against the combined intent of both tree and engine" the intent the old man was referring to was nature and time.
3 Thor was simply fighting against time and nature, he succeeded in forcing it back.
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SirSpidey
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What are you talking about? Yggdrasil has one purpose and one purpose only.....to connect the Nine Worlds and bind the Cosmos. Yggdrasil only (keyword) CONTROLS nature and time. Nowhere in the comics does it say that Yggdrasil's purpose is to control nature and time. The Old Man was just using this ability of Yggdrasil to control nature and turn to fast forward the evolution of humankind
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C'mon man the comic literally says that the Tree's purpose is to control the passage of nature and time, that is it's intent. The old man used the combined intent of both tree and engine to control the passage of nature and time, so all Thor did was push back time and nature, He didn't push back the nine worlds.
SirSpidey
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I swear, if you don't stop twisting around what the comic ACTUALLY says to fit your ridiculous argument, I am going to end this debate and count it as a win for me. That is the only way you can make up your ridiculous arguments and it is PATHETIC. It is pissing me the f**k off. What the comic literally says is, "the tree that CONTROLS the passage of nature and time." Nowhere in that quote does it say "the passage of nature and time is Yggdrasil's purpose" or anything close to that. Yggdrasil only CONTROLS nature and time. That is only one aspect of the tree. The tree's altogether purpose/intent is to connect the Nine Worlds and bind the Cosmos as Thor Volume 2 #83 so clearly says. You CANNOT effectively debate this topic with the ridiculous arguments you are providing for me currently. So stop trying because you are going to get NOWHERE when dealing with someone like myself
ManofPower
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Actually @SirSpidey I agree with you
SirSpidey
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Come on @remy94.......quit stalling.......
SirSpidey
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Stop avoiding me
remy94
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Explain how he pushed back the nine worlds but they hadn't been moved to begin with, the only thing that had been tampered with was nature and time, which was the combined intent of both tree and engine, my arguments still stand, if you don't like them no one is making you reply.
remy94
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Lifting the nine worlds wouldn't have stopped what the old man had done, pushing back time and nature would have.
SirSpidey
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Well you obviously did not read the comic. When Thor pushed back against the weight of the Multiverse, Odin's throne room split in half. So yes, the Multiverse did move whenever pushed back against it's weight. How does the comic just stating that Yggdrasil controls nature and time mean that that was the only thing that was tampered with? That makes zero sense. The intent of Yggdrasil is to bind the Multiverse together into one singularity, as it has always been stated throughout it's publication. Just because I don't like your arguments does not mean that I can't respond. How does that make any logical sense?
SirSpidey
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And in doing so, Thor would have been pushing back against the intent of Yggdrasil, which is to bind the Multiverse together
batsheet
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Not Thor
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SirSpidey
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How?
batsheet
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Franklin Richards, Spectre, any reality warper and some who are not
SirSpidey
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Spectre isn't a superhero. Either way, when have those two lifted more than an infinite amount of weight?
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Not Thor
TheSuspect666
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Superman/Thor
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remy94
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I can agree with that.
SirSpidey
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How? Superman does not have feats comparable to Thor's
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The same can be said about Thor, he has never lifted the weight of the earth for five days straight, without the sorcerer's power.
SirSpidey
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You are correct. Thor has lifted something heavier. He has pushed the weight of the Universe without the aid of Megingjord
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Hulk is the strongest when it comes to lifting feats, as he was able to lift the weight of a star while also being tortured. Superman's greatest lifting feat (that is consistent) is him bench-pressing the Earth's weight. Thor's greatest lifting feat is him withstanding the weight of 20 planets (I know that's not technically "lifting" but its better than the Midgard Serpent feat.
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SirSpidey
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Thor's greatest lifting feat is lifting the weight of every planet in the Universe
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@SirSpidey can you give me some good Thor comics?
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SirSpidey
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• Journey Into Mystery #83
• Journey Into Mystery #85
• Journey Into Mystery #90
• Journey Into Mystery #92
• Journey Into Mystery #102
• Journey Into Mystery #103
• Journey Into Mystery #108
• Journey Into Mystery #109
• Journey Into Mystery #110
• Thor: God of Thunder #9
• Thor Volume 1 #161
• Thor Volume 1 #393
• Thor Volume 1 #494
• Thor Volume 2 #12
• Thor Volume 2 #25
• Thor Volume 2 #80
• Thor Volume 2 #81
• Thor Volume 2 #82
• Thor Volume 2 #83
• Thor Volume 2 #84
• Thor Volume 2 #85
ManofPower
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Alright I'll try and read some of them
Thanks
DarkProdigy
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@SirSpidey Have you read the Thor: Son of Asgard from 2004 I think? I thought it was really good and I would like to know your opinion
ManofPower
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Alright I'll try and read some of them
Thanks
SirSpidey
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@DarkProdigy: I haven't gotten to that story arc yet. I'm still on Journey Into Mystery
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It's one of the best origin-type comic books I've ever read
DarkProdigy
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It's one of the best origin-type comic books I've ever read
SirSpidey
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Awesome! I'm intrigued. I can't wait to get to it
remy94
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I thought Thor, the god butcher was a good story arc.
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1. Hulk
2. Icon
3. Superman
4. Supreme
remy94
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If the writers intended for Thor to lift the nine worlds they would have said so, Thor only pushed back a single wheel on the world engine, by doing so he was fighting against the "invisible will of engine and tree".
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SirSpidey
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NO. Thor was "fighting against the combined INTENT of both tree and engine." The wheel was merely "spun by the invisible will of engine and tree." Quit twisting around what the comic actually says to fit your absolutely ridiculous argument
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I didn't twist anything, Thor only succeeded and pushing back the wheel, as the comic explicitly says the wheel was spun by the invisible will of engine and tree, which means he didn't lift Yggdrasil, he only fought against its will, or in other words it's energy.
SirSpidey
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Here, let me repeat it again, a theme I find very common with you. The comic clearly states that if Thor were to reverse the wheel on the World Engine, he "would be fighting against the combined INTENT of both tree and engine." And considering Yggdrasil's INTENT is to connect all the World's in the Cosmos, I'm pretty sure it is safe to say that Thor lifted the weight of every World in the Universe. Nowhere in the comic does it state that Thor was fighting against the energies of Yggdrasil. Nowhere in the comics does it say Yggdrasil is a vast energy field
remy94
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You can repeat yourself like a child all you want, the comic still doesn't say in anyway that Thor lifted the nine worlds.
SirSpidey
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I'm only repeating it because you don't have the mental apitude to comprehend what I'm saying. Thor was fighting against the intent of Yggdrasil. Thor was fighting against the weight of every planet in the Universe
remy94
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The intent of the Tree is that it controls the passage of nature and time, as the comic explains.
remy94
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Thor lifting the nine worlds is just your own assumption, because the comic doesn't say that in anyway.
SirSpidey
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What page does it say this in the comic?
remy94
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Page 5-6
SirSpidey
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OH MY GOD DUDE. QUIT TWISTING AROUND WHAT THE COMIC ACTUALLY SAYS TO FIT YOUR RIDICULOUS ARGUMENT. Are you actually that desperate to prove that Superman is the strongest that you completely disregard the facts? The passage of nature and time is not the intent of Yggdrasil. Yggdrasil only CONTROLS the passage of nature and time. Throughout all of it's publication, the intent of Yggdrasil is to "connect all the worlds; it binds the cosmos as it grows." YOU are the one who is making up assumptions. YOU are the one who completely denies the facts. Come back when you are actually going to use exactly what the comics say instead of your ridiculous opinions
remy94
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Stop making things up, the old man used the Tree for controlling nature and time, so that was it's intent.
remy94
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How am I the one make assumptions, you are the one saying things the comic clearly doesn't say.
SirSpidey
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That was the intent of the Old Man, but that is not the intent of Yggdrasil
SirSpidey
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I am using exactly what the comics say. You twist what the comics actually say to fit your ridiculous opinions
remy94
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Can you prove that
SirSpidey
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I have given you quotes, word-for-word, that come straight from the comics since the beginning of our debate. You started the debate using your own assumptions
remy94
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Okay where in that comic does say that the intent of the Tree is to connect the nine worlds, also where does it say Thor lifted the nine worlds, or are you just making this up to support your ridiculous arguments.
SirSpidey
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C'mOn MaN. Have we not already gone over this!? You are actually hurting my brain
• Thor Volume 1 #494
• Thor Volume 2 #83
remy94
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You can think and say whatever you want @SirSpidey, the comic still doesn't give any recollection of Thor actually lifting the nine worlds, don't you think that the writers would have made that point clear if that was their intent. Thor's greatest feat of actually lifting a object is lifting the midgard serpent, which he struggled to do.
SirSpidey
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I don't think, I know. I don't say, I quote. I like how you used the exact word the comic used to describe the thing Thor was fighting against. INTENT. Very ironic to say the least. We can at least agree that the intent of Yggdrasil is to connect all the Worlds and bind the Cosmos together, right? You only need basic knowledge on Yggdrasil to know this fact
SirSpidey
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I'd like to hear your response @remy94. Because I would really like to settle this debate now before it comes back up in the future
remy94
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Well can you say for a fact that the intent that the old man was referring to wasn't just nature and time, after all that's what he was using the Tree for?
remy94
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The will of the engine and tree was to control nature and time
SirSpidey
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Are you agreeing with what I said above?
remy94
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I'm agreeing with that one of the intents of Yggdrasil is to connect the nine worlds, I never disagreed with this, but I'm disagreeing with it being the intent that the old man was referring to.
SirSpidey
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What are you talking about? Yggdrasil has one purpose and one purpose only.....to connect the Nine Worlds and bind the Cosmos. Yggdrasil only (keyword) CONTROLS nature and time. The Old Man was just using this ability of Yggdrasil to control nature and turn to fast forward the evolution of humankind
windshadow
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1. Superman
2. Hulk
3. Thor
4. Wonder Woman
5. Hercules
6. Sentry
7. Martian Manhunter
8. Supergirl
9. Blue Marvel
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I would say
1.Superman
2.Hulk
3.Hercules
4.Wonder Man
5.Thor
6.Wonder Woman
7.Sentry
8.Gladiator
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remy94
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Also a good list
Bbq444
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Top 3 Strongest SuperHero's
1. Hulk
2. Superman
3. Hulk
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Bbq444
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3. Thor
remy94
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Good list @Bbq444
remy94
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@Swarm who do you think is the strongest superhero in terms of lifting feats?
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That's hard because so many characters have incalculable strengths. Superman, Thor, Thanos, Darkseid, Thor to name a few. I'm not sure we'll ever get a definitive answer on who's the strongest.
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😂 Didn't mean to add Thor twice. Hulk is what I intended to write for the last character of the list.
SirSpidey
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That has already been answered. While Superman, Hulk, Sentry, etc. are merely speculated as having unlimited strength, Thor on the other hand has actually been shown to physically lift an infinite amount of weight
remy94
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Thor's strength is based on magical enhancements, for example the belt of strength, which only doubles is incredible godly physique, it doesn't give him infinite strength.
SirSpidey
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When Thor lifted an infinite amount of weight, Thor was not using Megingjord
remy94
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When did he ever lift a infinite weight, and don't say the world engine, I've already disproving that.
SirSpidey
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Please disprove it again. I'd like to disprove your disproving again
remy94
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First off he didn't lift a thing, he only pushed against a single wheel on the world engine, which was feeding on and powered by Yggdrasil energy. Secondly how could he have lifted it, when he struggled to lift the midgard serpent even when he was in possession of his belt of strength.
SirSpidey
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Lol, that is what you call disproving? C'mon now, you can surely do better than that, am I right? The comic clearly states that if Thor were to reverse the wheel on the World Engine, he "would be fighting against the combined intent of both tree and engine." And considering Yggdrasil's intent is to connect all the World's in the Cosmos, I'm pretty sure it is safe to say that Thor lifted the weight of every World in the Universe
remy94
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Exactly it states that he fought against Yggdrasil, it doesn't say at all that he lifted the nine worlds, fighting against Yggdrasil makes sense because in actuality he was just fighting against it's energy. I would really like for you to explain what was powering the engine if it was not Yggdrasil.
SirSpidey
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Here, let me repeat it, a theme I find very common with you. The comic clearly states that if Thor were to reverse the wheel on the World Engine, he "would be fighting against the combined INTENT of both tree and engine." And considering Yggdrasil's INTENT is to connect all the World's in the Cosmos, I'm pretty sure it is safe to say that Thor lifted the weight of every World in the Universe. Nowhere in the comic does it state that Thor was fighting against the energies of Yggdrasil
remy94
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The comic also doesn't say he lifted the nine worlds. It says he fought against (not lifted) Yggdrasil, which is a vast energy field, by pushing on a single wheel on the world engine, he was fighting against the energy of which the engine was feeding on, Yggdrasil.
remy94
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I would really like for you to explain how he lifts the nine worlds but struggles to lift the midgard serpent, who weighs significantly less.
ManofPower
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@SirSpidey he didn't lift it he pushed it you can push more than you can lift (Normally ) so Remy and SirSpidey you r both correct in a way
SirSpidey
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Here, let me repeat it again, a theme I find very common with you. The comic clearly states that if Thor were to reverse the wheel on the World Engine, he "would be fighting against the combined INTENT of both tree and engine." And considering Yggdrasil's INTENT is to connect all the World's in the Cosmos, I'm pretty sure it is safe to say that Thor lifted the weight of every World in the Universe. Nowhere in the comic does it state that Thor was fighting against the energies of Yggdrasil
remy94
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Except Thor never lifted a thing he fought against Yggdrasil, which is a vast energy field.
SirSpidey
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Here, let me repeat it again, a theme I find very common with you. The comic clearly states that if Thor were to reverse the wheel on the World Engine, he "would be fighting against the combined INTENT of both tree and engine." And considering Yggdrasil's INTENT is to connect all the World's in the Cosmos, I'm pretty sure it is safe to say that Thor lifted the weight of every World in the Universe. Nowhere in the comic does it state that Thor was fighting against the energies of Yggdrasil. Nowhere in the comics does it say Yggdrasil is a vast energy field
remy94
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@Swarm and @ManofPower Superman bench pressed the weight of two Earth's for 5 days straight, on the 5th day he finally broke a sweat, because he was without sunlight for those 5 days. How much do you think he could lift if he had sunlight?
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I'm going to correct myself, it was only the weight of one Earth.
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Who's to say? If he had the sunlight his capacity would most likely be endless. I mean if you think about it his powers are nearly unlimited in terms of potential.
remy94
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Exactly, he's one of those characters that the writers never specify his upper limits, his strength may have limits, we've just haven't seen it yet.
SirSpidey
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We know Superman's physical limits. He was shown incapable of lifting an infinite amount of weight in Final Crisis: Superman Beyond #1
remy94
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There also wasn't any sunlight
SirSpidey
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Superman was on the surface of the Earth. He had sunlight
remy94
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The sun was nowhere in site, so no he didn't
SirSpidey
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Because Superman was on the surface of the Earth, even if there was no visible sunlight, scientifically UV rays are still present
remy94
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There was no visible sunlight, which means he didn't have access to his full potential
SirSpidey
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Superman fighting at night time is not one of his known weaknesses. If it was, someone would have already exploited that weakness
remy94
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It is actually how do you think he lost to Doomsday.
SirSpidey
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Because Doomsday is stronger than Superman's durability
remy94
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It's a well know fact that Superman is weaker without sunlight
SirSpidey
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Except Superman wasn't without the Sun
remy94
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As I said it was nowhere in site, so his power were nowhere near there limits.
SirSpidey
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As I said, he still had sunlight
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So you are saying Superman is just as powerful on Earth at night, as he would be near the surface of the sun.
SirSpidey
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Superman absorbs and retains the Sun's solar radiation, yes
SirSpidey
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Superman's powers don't suddenly diminish during the night time
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Superman max lift is 200-000-000-000-000-000-000 tons wich is about 4 earths
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remy94
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When did this happen?
ManofPower
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Actually he has lifted more than that 35000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 lbs when he lifted the spectre
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@justice923
I think you forgot two zeros 😉
ManofPower
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Actually I just remembered another feat superman has been able to push back Thor plus mjolnir with his hard hand s he done this in a marvel vs Dc (which is as Canon as you could get) Superman said well it looks as if the dial goes up to eleven
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SirSpidey
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Lol, Marvel vs DC is not canon
ManofPower
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@SirSpidey do you want to have a calm debate about this
SirSpidey
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Don't talk to me about being calm. You are always the one who starts the shit. But to answer your question, I don't know, do you?
ManofPower
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Dude don't start i just asked a question and yeah sure let's have a debate and yes I will prove stuff with comics
SirSpidey
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Okay, go on then
ManofPower
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Ok first off marvel vs dc comics are the close st thing to Canon that we can get cause they are in separate universes
SirSpidey
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Lol, they don't follow mainstream continuity. They are not canon
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@ManofPower I usually agree with you for the most part, but I think you might be confused because Marvel vs DC is not canon like @Sirspidey said.
ManofPower
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I know it's not Canon but it's the only way we know who wins between supes and Thor when they actually fought
SirSpidey
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Not really. If we use feats, Thor factually wins
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How? His greatest feat is lifting the midgaurd serpent, which he struggled to do.
SirSpidey
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One, Thor easily lifted Jormungand. Two, lifting Jormungand is not Thor's greatest feat of strength
ManofPower
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Actually I just remembered another feat superman has been able to push back Thor plus mjolnir with his hard hand s he done this in a marvel vs Dc (which is as Canon as you could get) Superman said well it looks as if the dial goes up to eleven
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SirSpidey
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Yeah, that is not canon
SirSpidey
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Thor easily
IMABATMAN42
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Hercules, Hulk, SA Superman, or Thor.
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remy94
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Thor is incredibly strong, his greatest lifting feat is he lifted the Midgard serpent which at that time weighted about one half of the Earth.
ManofPower
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Thor has lifted half the earth while superman benched pressed the weight of the earth
remy94
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Actually it was twice the Earth's weight
ManofPower
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Point made
SirSpidey
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Yeah, no. Thor's greatest feat of strength is lifting the weight of the Universe. Or, if you look at the feat in a different way, Thor's greatest feat of strength is lifting the weight of 9 Universes
Si
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@Sirspidey that feat sounds like a product of bad writing.
SirSpidey
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Bad writing or not, it is canon
Si
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True, was this when Thor pushed over a tree of infinite weight or something? I can not remember.
SirSpidey
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No, this was when Thor pushed the weight of Yggdrasil and every world connected to it
Si
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Ok, what is Yggdrasil?
SirSpidey
SirSpidey 352 d
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The massive tree that connects all the Worlds in the Cosmos
DarkProdigy
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That sounds interesting @SirSpidey , what comic was that?
SirSpidey
SirSpidey 351 d
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Tell me if I'm wrong, but I think that is stated in Thor Volume 2 #83
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Heep 352 d
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SirLion is the strongest. Being the adopted child of Thor and Hulk, he can lift a universe only with his little finger.
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ManofPower
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What s his/her real name
remy94
remy94 352 d
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I've never heard of him
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Heep 352 d
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You just have to think a little more and you will say "Oh YEAH !".
ManofPower
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Wait lionman
Galactus
Galactus 352 d
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Lifting a universe is just pushing yourself down.
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Heep 352 d
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@Galactus
They didnt undertand the joke... maybe you too 😆
remy94
remy94 352 d
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I can do that, lol
ManofPower
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Can y'all tell me what the joke is ? I have no idea what it is
remy94
remy94 352 d
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He combined SirSpidey and TheNemeanLion, SirLion
ManofPower
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On 😊 i should of guessed it man I searched the database and bing for a superhero called sirlion haha good joke
ManofPower
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Superman=Shazam=Wonder Woman=Martian Manhunter
They lifted infinity before half of infinity is infinity
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remy94
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Other then that feat who do you think?
ManofPower
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Superman