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#2 Posted by Chaos Prime (11585 posts) - - Show Bio

Voted Manga :) probably get locked but imo very cool scenario :)

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#3 Posted by KingUranus (263 posts) - - Show Bio

@Chaos Prime said:

Voted Manga :) probably get locked but imo very cool scenario :)

Thanks. I had the idea in mind and it has been bugging that if a manga writer would write for a comic character, how would they exaggerate the characters power set. Or if the comic writer exaggerates more?

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#4 Posted by Chaos Prime (11585 posts) - - Show Bio

@KingUranus said:

@Chaos Prime said:

Voted Manga :) probably get locked but imo very cool scenario :)

Thanks. I had the idea in mind and it has been bugging that if a manga writer would write for a comic character, how would they exaggerate the characters power set. Or if the comic writer exaggerates more?

Well imo theres only one man for the job & thats the Mighty Buronson :)

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#5 Edited by KingUranus (263 posts) - - Show Bio

@Chaos Prime said:

@KingUranus said:

@Chaos Prime said:

Voted Manga :) probably get locked but imo very cool scenario :)

Thanks. I had the idea in mind and it has been bugging that if a manga writer would write for a comic character, how would they exaggerate the characters power set. Or if the comic writer exaggerates more?

Well imo theres only one man for the job & thats the Mighty Buronson :)

I can imagine an anime Spiderman being 100 ton class and he can jump 100 feet off the ground opposed to the original 40 feet in the air. A manga writer would amp the Spidersense with a mixture of Way of the Spider and he would be fast as a top tier Naruto character. His durability will be off the wall. Someone like Hulk can hit an manga Spiderman so hard that he would fly through several mountains and he would still be ok. Knowing a manga writer, they might even make Spiderman have electo-webs, cyro-webs, pyro-webs, magnetic-webs, and so on. His intelligence would be greatly amplified knowing how a manga writer writes.

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#6 Edited by XImpossibruX (5740 posts) - - Show Bio

Oh boy.

Comic book characters have always shown to be stronger then Manga characters. Mosty because feats are explained in great detail, and there is alot of talking about it.

While Manga writers just write the fight, and then the characters are judged off this.

Also Manga has a central plot, while Comicbooks have many characters all branching out, so it's allowed for alot more feats.

Just my 2 cents.

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#7 Posted by SpeedForceSpider (939 posts) - - Show Bio

Manga. Mainly because they tend to make crazy, overly exaggerated things happen.

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@XImpossibruX said:

Oh boy.

Comic book characters have always shown to be was stronger then Manga characters. Mosty because feats are explained in great detail, and there is alot of talking about it.

While Manga writers just write the fight, and then the characters are judged off this.

Also Manga has a central plot, while Comicbooks have many characters all branching out, so it's allowed for alot more feats.

Just my 2 cents.

Well it's apparent that comics really don't have an end because of their reboots, therefore they unlike manga can be inconsistent with power levels and power sets. Most of mangas central plots any way enforces the main characters to rise above their limits until the end of the series. And that is more detailed than how comics are done since comic superheroes have limits and can't rise above that limit unless a plot is created to make that happen. But that also reflects the opposite, since comic characters can also too be depowered, which anime/manga doesn't really have this problem all due to the central plots of rising beyond their respective limits.

That's my two cents of it anyway.

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Manga. Mainly because they tend to make crazy, overly exaggerated things happen.

This, Manga Spiderman will probably be able to jump over building w/o webs, and have really stretchy arms

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#10 Posted by chaos-soul (1516 posts) - - Show Bio

@SpeedForceSpider said:

Manga. Mainly because they tend to make crazy, overly exaggerated things happen.

this lol

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#11 Posted by Chaos Prime (11585 posts) - - Show Bio

@KingUranus said:

@XImpossibruX said:

Oh boy.

Comic book characters have always shown to be was stronger then Manga characters. Mosty because feats are explained in great detail, and there is alot of talking about it.

While Manga writers just write the fight, and then the characters are judged off this.

Also Manga has a central plot, while Comicbooks have many characters all branching out, so it's allowed for alot more feats.

Just my 2 cents.

Well it's apparent that comics really don't have an end because of their reboots, therefore they unlike manga can be inconsistent with power levels and power sets. Most of mangas central plots any way enforces the main characters to rise above their limits until the end of the series. And that is more detailed than how comics are done since comic superheroes have limits and can't rise above that limit unless a plot is created to make that happen. But that also reflects the opposite, since comic characters can also too be depowered, which anime/manga doesn't really have this problem all due to the central plots of rising beyond their respective limits.

That's my two cents of it anyway.

thats the beauty of Manga imo, the whole picture seems so much bigger (if that makes sense)..

Imo this is due to the writers especialy Buronson :)

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#12 Posted by Strider1992 (18174 posts) - - Show Bio

As soon as Manga Spider-man starts losing he'll think of all his friends as their faces are played in a sad musical montage in his head and suddenly he'll become omnipotent and one-shot the other Spider-man due to the power of friendship and love an all that crap.....

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#13 Posted by TDK_1997 (17260 posts) - - Show Bio

Comic.

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@SpeedForceSpider said:

Manga. Mainly because they tend to make crazy, overly exaggerated things happen.

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@Strider92 said:

As soon as Manga Spider-man starts losing he'll think of all his friends as their faces are played in a sad musical montage in his head and suddenly he'll become omnipotent and one-shot the other Spider-man due to the power of friendship and love an all that crap.....

Sounds like fairy tail

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#16 Posted by Death Certificate (5720 posts) - - Show Bio

Comic version

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@Strider92 said:

As soon as Manga Spider-man starts losing he'll think of all his friends as their faces are played in a sad musical montage in his head and suddenly he'll become omnipotent and one-shot the other Spider-man due to the power of friendship and love an all that crap.....

Don't forget he will probably recite a nice monologue about some tragic backstory or why he sucks so much and how he can't lose for a good 20 minutes-3 episodes.

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@god_spawn said:

@Strider92 said:

As soon as Manga Spider-man starts losing he'll think of all his friends as their faces are played in a sad musical montage in his head and suddenly he'll become omnipotent and one-shot the other Spider-man due to the power of friendship and love an all that crap.....

Don't forget he will probably recite a nice monologue about some tragic backstory or why he sucks so much and how he can't lose for a good 20 minutes-3 episodes.

Right in the gut.

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#19 Posted by Strider1992 (18174 posts) - - Show Bio

@god_spawn said:

@Strider92 said:

As soon as Manga Spider-man starts losing he'll think of all his friends as their faces are played in a sad musical montage in his head and suddenly he'll become omnipotent and one-shot the other Spider-man due to the power of friendship and love an all that crap.....

Don't forget he will probably recite a nice monologue about some tragic backstory or why he sucks so much and how he can't lose for a good 20 minutes-3 episodes.

Yep that too!

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#20 Posted by agentxx (2651 posts) - - Show Bio

This really isn't a battle is it?

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#21 Posted by Deranged Midget (18346 posts) - - Show Bio

@Strider92 said:

As soon as Manga Spider-man starts losing he'll think of all his friends as their faces are played in a sad musical montage in his head and suddenly he'll become omnipotent and one-shot the other Spider-man due to the power of friendship and love an all that crap.....

LOL! Flashback of his life while the real Pete sits there scratching his head and then proceeds to knock him out.