Who wins ?
Anyone have feats for Doctor Manhattan?
all you need to know is he is a walking plot device
lol then I'll take Hecate. I'm not a fan of plot characters... is it along the lines of Red Hulk (back in the day) or Squirrel Girl or Starlin Thanos?
@supermanwithatan01: no worries. I'm not quite sure how powerful Hecate is but Doc Man is not a slouch. He embarrassed the magic users and mocked the very concept of magic as it exists within the metaverse.
So I'm torn. We have characters like Adam Warlock, Vulcan or King Hyperion (Not sure which tbh), Genis Vell and even Hank Pym that explain how magic is just exotic energy. All of them have manipulated it in some form or another or been rendered immune to its effects. It makes sense that Doc Manhattan comes out and confirms that uber powerful energy manipulators can manipulate magic, typically overpowering the magic-based characters.
on the other hand, magic based characters typically have to be more limited in their capability, otherwise they tend to overwhelm teams. Look at Alan Scott with the Star Heart or Doctor Fate (Classic) or Mordru or Shuma Gorath or Classic Doc Strange etc... they all had to be limited.
Both are guaranteed elite multiversal beings so 50-50 as of now. Leaning towards Hecate since magic defies the laws of physics and she is a primordial while DM is still learning the ropes. He's like Beyonder that he's got all this power but is like a child in experiencing the wonders of the multiverse. If Dr. Manhattan is based on Captain Atom and all that anti-magic abilities that comes with it, I might go with Doc.
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