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#1 Posted by Static Shock (50691 posts) - - Show Bio

Warlock360 says:

"but since Sentry Stalemated him 1 time in only one fight thats a ratio of 100 %
Post Edited:2008-03-04 14:25:07"

You do know what a stalemeate is, right?

#2 Posted by Static Shock (50691 posts) - - Show Bio

Gambler says:

"Static Shock says:
"Hmmm... Well, I'm gonna go get something to eat. When I get back, I'm gonna turn this into a Respect Thor thread. Sit tight.#^_^#"

Not if I can help it."

Well, you'll witness the power of Thor as well. LOL.

#3 Posted by Static Shock (50691 posts) - - Show Bio

Hmmm... Well, I'm gonna go get something to eat. When I get back, I'm gonna turn this into a Respect Thor thread. Sit tight.

#4 Posted by Static Shock (50691 posts) - - Show Bio

What does that scan prove?

#5 Posted by Static Shock (50691 posts) - - Show Bio

Gambler says:

"There useto be a very detailed section on his page about **Gear and Abilities**but someones erased it."

A noob probably erased it.

#6 Posted by Static Shock (50691 posts) - - Show Bio

Warlock360 says:

"read the upper left sentence out loud please
Post Edited:2008-03-04 12:54:45"

That means nothing. Absolutely nothing. That's just like saying Sentry is equal to the power of a million exploding suns, when technically, he

isn't. He couldn't even hold the SHIELD Helicarrier by himself, and I

can name tons of other powerful superheroes that could.
Post Edited:2008-03-04 13:38:39

#7 Posted by Static Shock (50691 posts) - - Show Bio

I'm going to go with Thor. Sentry hasn't even been in comics that long, and people give him way too much credit as if he has. He hasn't even reached his potential yet, IMO.

#8 Posted by Static Shock (50691 posts) - - Show Bio

Buckshot says:

"I mostly agree that Deathstroke can't really get anywhere in a fightwith Shaw, but I feel like trying anyway. Shaw doesn't absorb all theenergy when he gets hit. He absorbs most of it, but still sustains somedamage in most cases. There are a couple of ways Deathstroke could hurtShaw with attacks where only a little damage is effective. He couldshoot or stab shaw in the eye or jam a grenade in his mouth or hispants. He could also try nerve strikes. That's more about hitting inthe right place than hitting hard. If he puts all his (superhuman)strength behind a hit, the little that gets through could be enough todisable him the way DS would normally be able to do with just a finger.These methods would be most useful at the beginning of the fight whenShaw hasn't already increased his durability to where the little thingsno longer get through. That's on offense though. Switching to defense,Slade is not only incredibly agile, but he has a great healing factor.Even if he can't take Shaw down, I don't see him getting caught, andeven if he does, his healing factor should keep him alive. Slade isalso very intelligent. I think it would be a simple matter for him toeither lead Shaw where he wants or predict his attack plan, making iteven easier for him to stay out of Shaw's path. He could even trickShaw into either expending his stored up energy or overloading himselfdepending on his surroundings."

Well, I can roll with that. I didn't take into account Slade's intelligence. I can see ways that DS could win this.
Post Edited:2008-03-04 13:40:16

#9 Posted by Static Shock (50691 posts) - - Show Bio

I've seen a little bit of Akira. I've never finished it though. I liked Princess Mononoke as well.

#10 Posted by Static Shock (50691 posts) - - Show Bio

I forgot about the Yu Yu Hakusho movie. That was tight.