Alita gets her Berserker URM body; Hulk is his jobbing IW version
random encounter, who wins?
@ordinaryalan: you really think this is the face of someone not trying and just having fun?
you have some imagination there, but you are clearly wrong, lots of things are subjective and are up for debate, but he is clearly putting in effort and not "toying"
I honestly don't know how you can delude yourself into thinking otherwise
and if he was just toying, why didn't he just finish crushing him down when done toying?
I'm assuming you're referring to the scene where she chopped to pieces and was nothing but one arm, her torso, and head? She used her arm to hop around, flip-flopping like a fish and then lunged at Grewishka, smashing her fist through his eye socket and leaving her own arm jammed into his skull. He ran off like a little bitch from it and whined about it.
She didn't lose that fight lmao.
Is Alita this powerful??? I didn't watch the movie.
she takes out multiple hulk sized cyborgs(some with ease)
it really depends on what Hulk shes facing, this hulk is similar to the one Blonsky faced in Incredible Hulk, and Alita was way more fast and damaging than Blonsky could ever hope to be(before abomination)
if she gets her sword she should be able to take it pretty handily
if not she still gave hits at least as hard as thanos's jabs and shots
plus she almost always aimed for joints and weak spots
she really has a good shot
I really don't see how Hulk losing to Thanos is jobbing. It's always been like that for a while in the comics.
I though jobbing meant that they lost a battle they should have won. Thanos is just as strong as Hulk and more skilled. He rope a doped him.
Worf effect =/= Jobber
Worf effect: A powerful character is defeated by another character, to show us how powerful the new character is. (Example: Goku defeating Nappa easily or Thanos's example.)
Jobber: A character fights far below his supposed capabilities. (Examples: Flash having problems with Captain Cold or Spiderman having problems with normal humans.)
Thanos from the beginning is described as someone powerful, so enemies such as abomination, Loki or Ultron are weakling compared to him.
In addition, people forget Hulk's biggest weakness, he is strong but unskilled. While Thanos and Thor are strong and skilled.
In fact, it can be argued that Thanos is the Jobber because he had problems with Captain America.
@mrnoital: yes that’s the face of someone who’s analyzing and pondering why a simple human, who undoubtedly knows he has no chance of overpowering Thanos, still tries to do it regardless. If you truly think that Thanos was struggling to overpower cap there you are deluded.
Thanos wasn’t explicitly trying to kill anyone in the film unless they were a direct gateway to an infinity stone.
Hulk wasn’t jobbing when he fought Thanos. You can say that he has taken more damage than what Thanos showed in that scene, especially basing it off of thanos’ later showings in the movie, but throughout the entire movie thanos was holding back, explicitly to not just kill indiscriminately, and to preserve the randomness of the decimation. It was implied that thanos had already beaten Thor in a one on one encounter, so easily knocking out a non jobbing hulk should be pretty safely in his wheel house. I thought this was common sense by now.
OT haven’t seen Alita, but I do find it hard to believe that she can beat hulk
@hc03: you are wrong. Sure him getting beaten down was supposed to show the magnitude of the threat that thanos posed, and you could really try to play mental games and say that hulk was jobbing. But thanos has already been stated as the most powerful being in the universe even without the gauntlet, and thanos went through the film basically undamaged except for by storm breaker, which is very powerful, and by the accumulation of the everything he took in the movie topped off by an amped punch by tony stark, which barely managed to even draw blood.
Biggest LOL statement bro. It just amazes me how people genuinely believe Thanos struggled with Cap. I guess that means Cap can take him on in a physical fight.
Comic Vine logic = Thanos was struggling with Steve! Hear let me show you the proof!
Yeah looks like Captain America can take on Thanos all because "Steve held him back."
Thanos was holding back and humoring Cap when he was making that face.
Also do you really think that Cap can actually achieve a strength battle even after the following feats?
Jesus and I thought (CW) Oliver Queen being a planet buster was the best joke.
His feat is much greater. My source is @subline
@phillip33: you're really claiming Thanos could have easily overpowered cap, he just failed to and gave up instead punched him
If he could have overpowered cap, then why didn't he?
And don't say he was holding back and not trying to kill him, cause you can overpower someone without killing them
Alita has no chance in any scenario. The sword doesn't have the feats to hurt him, her speed is being vastly overrated and no one in her verse is remotely approaching his physicality. She could do a good job avoiding him initially as others have but she's getting one shot in time.
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