Stormbreaker is not allowed to heal him.
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Nuclear radiation has an adverse effect on Superman body. Outside of it sapping his body of solar radiation, the heat and force of the nuke had no effect on Superman, he wasn't even singed. It's safe to say that he would have walked through that missle no issue if it hadn't been for the radiation.
As for Thor, he dies. He stood in a heat beam and got cooked. He doesn't have the same energy resistance as Clark. The force of the bomb is what would kill him. Thor has been injured to point of bleeding on several occasions by much less force that produced by a nuke. The bomb would blow him apart.
Thor's bitchass gets cooked. That artificial star would've killed him if it weren't for Stormbreaker saving his ass. Superman took a nuke while still feeling the effects of kryptonite and after fighting Doomsday.
Y'all still suing that excuse that he was under the influence of K when he tanked it? If that was the case then he wouldnt have been able to fight par with Doomsday. He wouldnt be able to fly as fast and do half the shit he can do as fast. Only reason he survived was because of the yellow sun. Guess they are both even huh? Even tho thor was more impressive
@therealvalkyrie: It was a true star. It's a neutron star, hence it's smaller nature. Our own sun's energy output vastly outclasses even some of the strongest nukes on the planet, and that's without it being concentrated. IIRC from my physics lessons, the Tsar Bomba was a mere 10th of the Sun's overall energy output, and again this was without the Sun's energy being focused. They're not really comparable.
@waxseruya: Superman didn't die though. Note he was still weakened by Kryptonite before he was blasted, and it left him drained. The sun sped up his healing factor, including getting rid of the scar Batman gave him.
Thor is getting blown to pieces in this scenario.
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