MCU 5 stones Thanos VS DCEU All Villains and Heroes.

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Poll: MCU 5 stones Thanos VS DCEU All Villains and Heroes. (27 votes)

Thanos wins in an instant. 52%
Team wins. 48%
Result. 0%

Distance: 1 kilometer.

Morals off, blood lust.

Which wins?

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#1  Edited By BBIronman

Thanos only lacks time stone.

And DCEU team don't know where's the direction Thanos at, they need search for him first but Thanos know their location very well.

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Thanos only lacks time stones.

Superman solos.

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he can't perceive Statueman

ends with neck snap or Supes hold his gauntlet and the next moment is bukakke party

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#5  Edited By Sup3rn0va

Thanos loses

Instead of making the ridiculous distance and "They don't know his direction" thing, you could have just equalized speed.

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Thanos loses

Instead of making the ridiculous distance and "They don't know his direction" thing, you could have just equalized speed.

How is 1 kilometer ridiculous? this isn't a huge distance for these super-powered beings.

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@sup3rn0va said:

Thanos loses

Instead of making the ridiculous distance and "They don't know his direction" thing, you could have just equalized speed.

How is 1 kilometer ridiculous? this isn't a huge distance for these super-powered beings.

It's ridiculous because it would have been much easier to just equalize speed instead of adding those conditions like I said.

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#9  Edited By BBIronman

@bearderby:

With the stones help, he definite can.

Forgot how he uses soul stone against strange? and he can use portal transfer himself to other place as well.

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#10  Edited By Bearderby

@bbironman said:@bearderby:

With the stones help, he definite can.

Forgot how soul stone works?

no, but his reflexes is too slow to catch up, aka a perceiving statue.

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@sup3rn0va:

Because speed equalize is not fun and not creactive.

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@sup3rn0va:

Because speed equalize is not fun and not creactive.

Well, it's the only way Thanos stands any chance here, and even if you did equalize it, he'd still lose to sheer numbers.

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Thanos.

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If Ironman , Spiderman , Strange , Starlord , Drax and Mantis managed to restrain a 4 stones (also time-stone missing) Thanos , then the entire DCEU lolstomps , mind-stone isn't gonna change the game.

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@god-thanatos1:

Thanos was holding back in that fight, and the condition here is much different from that fight.

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#19  Edited By RajjarsAlt

@sup3rn0va said:
@bbironman said:

@sup3rn0va:

Because speed equalize is not fun and not creactive.

Well, it's the only way Thanos stands any chance here, and even if you did equalize it, he'd still lose to sheer numbers.

This dude can surface bust a moon and has telekinetic strength enough to rip it to pieces without even intending to. That's enough to one-shot.

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#20  Edited By texasdeathmatch

@statuesdontfightback: Thanos was 100% holding back. Gently crushing Warmachine in his suit (which he was able to walk around in later) and punching Cap just enough to KO him are pretty clear indicators that he wasn't trying to kill anyone before the snap.

edit: Wait... are we talking about Infinity War Thanos?

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@sup3rn0va said:
@bbironman said:

@sup3rn0va:

Because speed equalize is not fun and not creactive.

Well, it's the only way Thanos stands any chance here, and even if you did equalize it, he'd still lose to sheer numbers.

This dude can surface bust a moon and has telekinetic strength enough to rip it to pieces without even intending to. The sum of the opposing team's strength isn't enough to match that.

That's fair, except for the fact that Thanos has never demonstrated these abilities himself. Could he? Probably. But that's not how he fights, and being bloodlusted doesn't make him any more likely to do use them in combat.

There's also the fact that, as pointed out by everyone else in the thread, Superman is going to blitz before Thanos clench his fist.

The ONLY time where Thanos fought smart was in Wakanda.

OP what is with you and horrific stomps against the MCU, only one comicvine Thanos can stand a chance tbh.

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#22  Edited By RajjarsAlt

@statuesdontfightback said:
@rajjarsalt said:
@sup3rn0va said:
@bbironman said:

@sup3rn0va:

Because speed equalize is not fun and not creactive.

Well, it's the only way Thanos stands any chance here, and even if you did equalize it, he'd still lose to sheer numbers.

This dude can surface bust a moon and has telekinetic strength enough to rip it to pieces without even intending to. The sum of the opposing team's strength isn't enough to match that.

That's fair, except for the fact that Thanos has never demonstrated these abilities himself. Could he? Probably. But that's not how he fights, and being bloodlusted doesn't make him any more likely to do use them in combat.

There's also the fact that, as pointed out by everyone else in the thread, Superman is going to blitz before Thanos clench his fist.

The ONLY time where Thanos fought smart was in Wakanda.

OP what is with you and horrific stomps against the MCU, only one comicvine Thanos can stand a chance tbh.

WAIT, bloodlust is the only time Thanos demonstrated that ability ( are you saying he didn't do that to the moon? ) meaning he likely will in the fight. He also threw a singularity at Strange, which likely would have killed the Stonekeeper. Thanos clearly wasn't thinking straight and holding back when he did that.

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@statuesdontfightback: Thanos was 100% holding back. Gently crushing Warmachine in his suit (which he was able to walk around in later) and punching Cap just enough to KO him are pretty clear indicators that he wasn't trying to kill anyone before the snap.

edit: Wait... are we talking about Infinity War Thanos?

Well, I don’t really care on Headcanon.

There is no official statement or writing or dialogue that confirms it + Thanos was actually serious on titan, it’s just using the gauntlet and the reason he couldn’t use the stones frequently it’s because:

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full IG requires a tremendous amount of stamina, strength and durability, it hinders the user's physical abilities.

Remember Hulk's condition when he used the full infinity gauntlet because the full continental-energy radiation.

DC team should be able to win it, since Thanos is a huge jobber and fodder for Superman.

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#24  Edited By texasdeathmatch

^^ Some top notch debating right here

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@sup3rn0va said:
@bbironman said:

@sup3rn0va:

Because speed equalize is not fun and not creactive.

Well, it's the only way Thanos stands any chance here, and even if you did equalize it, he'd still lose to sheer numbers.

This dude can surface bust a moon and has telekinetic strength enough to rip it to pieces without even intending to. That's enough to one-shot.

Another misunderstood feat.

Look at the clouds in the troposphere near the moon being propelled away.

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If he was busting the moon as so many people claim, there would be 0 downward pressure onto the mesosphere before the orbitals broke off and begun their entry, which in turn would not apply pressure to the stratosphere - which again, in turn wouldn't be moving the clouds in the troposphere.

Thanos pulled the moon into its roche limit, and gravity did the majority of the heavy lifting.

The realistic feat here is that with the power stone, Thanos was able to move a moon out of orbit.

We don't know Titan and the moons acceleration, so it's hard to calculate exactly how much force he projected here.

But if both planets where absolutely stationary, and that moon was of similar size to earths - it would be around 400,000-460,000 bar.

Which while impressive, is still a far cry shorter in tonforce than supes world engine feat.

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Thanos curbstomps. All he has to do is close his fist. Superman can't move a kilometer in that timeframe.

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#27  Edited By RajjarsAlt

@d2therj said:
@rajjarsalt said:
@sup3rn0va said:
@bbironman said:

@sup3rn0va:

Because speed equalize is not fun and not creactive.

Well, it's the only way Thanos stands any chance here, and even if you did equalize it, he'd still lose to sheer numbers.

This dude can surface bust a moon and has telekinetic strength enough to rip it to pieces without even intending to. That's enough to one-shot.

Another misunderstood feat.

Look at the clouds in the troposphere near the moon being propelled away.

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If he was busting the moon as so many people claim, there would be 0 downward pressure onto the mesosphere before the orbitals broke off and begun their entry, which in turn would not apply pressure to the stratosphere - which again, in turn wouldn't be moving the clouds in the troposphere.

Thanos pulled the moon into its roche limit, and gravity did the majority of the heavy lifting.

The realistic feat here is that with the power stone, Thanos was able to move a moon out of orbit.

We don't know Titan and the moons acceleration, so it's hard to calculate exactly how much force he projected here.

But if both planets where absolutely stationary, and that moon was of similar size to earths - it would be around 400,000-460,000 bar.

Which while impressive, is still a far cry shorter in tonforce than supes world engine feat.

I said surface bust. Atleast make an effort to read my arg before you put so much analysis down on it.

You are using too much jargon when the explanation is simple and on-screen - he used the Space Stone to port the fragments to Titan's troposphere nigh-instantaneously. Not gravity. It's wrong to apply gravitational pull of Titan - it's negligible - when the only meaningful acceleration provided at that moment in time is Space Stone magic.

Independently, the moon is clearly in pieces afterwards, that's why I said that he ripped it to pieces.

And Clark's feat is busting through a re-entry ship after utilizing the full capacity of his propulsion, and saying that > moving a moon in any manner seems ludicrous. The full power of Superman couldn't wipe a city, let alone a moon's surface, so it is immaterial.