Naruto tries to replicate Superman's durability feats (gauntlet)

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  • In this gauntlet, Naruto is going to try and replicate some of Superman's most notable durability feats from the Post Crisis era
  • Use the strongest form of Naruto (that isn't some one off amp.)
  • He stops when he dies or is KOed for an extended period of time. (>5 min)
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Round 1: Getting punched through the Earth

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Round 2: Hit with the condensed weight of a planet

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Round 3: Taking a planet splitting bomb

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Round 4: Colliding with the shadow moon.

(Naruto is moving into it, at near light speed)

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Round 5: Taking the shockwave of a blast that blew up a nebula sized monster

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#5 Belando  Online

Strongly doubt Naruto handling the high-end durability feats.

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#6  Edited By RajjarsAlt

Naruto's like what? Moon level? Planet cutter should be it.

Though it's not established how far Superman was from the Sun-Eater.

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The perspective here is jarring. The explosion was 50x the size of Kepler's supernova, right? So that's 4250 light years from the explosion.

For reference, the cavity hollowed out by Kepler's AND his dad's confirmation of being light years away.

Depending on the distance, it might kill him. It might not.

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@godlyshinigami:

LMAOOOOOOO. Dude dies at 1 before even getting hit by the punch. Wankers be wildin on comic Vine.

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Lol even naruto not passing 1 lol

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Probably dies at 1, certainly doesn't make it past 2.

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Dies at 1 lol, no way is he making it past anything else here.

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@rajjarsalt: Even at 100 light years away it has the capacity to destroy planets, considering Superman wasn't thousands of light years away, no way does Naruto survive

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@infinitemass: @aanmnp:@eazy_pezy: What is with this DC wank? Making a human-sized hole in the planet is country level, that isn't doing anything to someone who no solled moon-splitting force, moon splitting destroys far greater volume than just making a human-sized hole in the earth, he no solled something that split the moon at MHS speed in Last but he stops at 1 here? DC fan's ignorance is something else

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@eredin12: He's getting punched through the planet, that means he's going through the core of the Earth, which would kill him, Every other round is planet level, and even if it doesn't kill him, he is getting knocked out for more than 5 min

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@eredin12: He's getting punched through the planet, that means he's going through the core of the Earth, which would kill him,

The core is just 5,200° Celsius, which is not doing anything to Naruto, someone who can no sell mountain vaporizing bombs in much weaker forms, pre six Paths amp, do you know what temperature you need to vaporize mountain? Far more than 5200 C, and he would only be exposed to those temperatures for fractions of seconds as well here given the speed that he would travel.

Every other round is planet level, and even if it doesn't kill him, he is getting knocked out for more than 5 min

Being hit with a mass of the planet can be bellow moon level, it would only be planet level if it was done at great hypersonic speeds, which we have no evidence of, being fair it is moon level feat, which he no solled in the Last, planet splitting is something that he could probably tank as well, he already no solled moon splitting at MHS speed in BSM mode, round 4 is mid multi continetal though, as that moon only had 81 billion tons, two times less than Mount Everest, so i have no idea why it is that high.

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#18  Edited By Eredin12  Online

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Probably dies at 1, certainly doesn't make it past 2.

He most certainly is not stopping at either of those, the first is country level, the second one is around moon level.

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#19  Edited By Ob1Toe

Stops at 3. Inb4 star or multi planet naruto

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@ob1toe said:

Stops at 3. Inb4 star or multi planet naruto

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@eredin12:

No, it would not? The core is just 5,200° Celsius, which is not doing anything to Naruto, someone who can no sell mountain vaporizing bombs in much weaker forms, pre six Paths amp, do you know what temperature you need to vaporize mountain lol? Far more than 5200, and he would only be exposed to those temperatures for fractions of seconds as well here.

Earths Core is extremely Dense, going through it isn't continental level, you would have to be hit with enough force to crack the planet to go through Earths core and all the way to the other side of the planet in one go.

More ignorance. Being hit with a mass of the planet can be bellow moon level, it would only be planet level if it was done at great hypersonic speeds, which we have no evidence of, being fair it is moon level, which he no solled in the Last, planet splitting is something he can tank, he already no solled moon splitting in BSM mode alone, round 4 is multi continetal, as that moon only had 81 billion tons, 5 is where he stops realistically without DC wank fueled by ignorance.

The moon was completely obliterated, the energy calced is large planetary, here is a good overview on the feat

FEAT CALCULATION #1: Superman Destroys the Shadow Moon (comicbookmyths.com)

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@eredin12 said:
@diydeath said:

Probably dies at 1, certainly doesn't make it past 2.

He most certainly is not stopping at either of those, the first is country level, the second one is around moon level.

Naruto has no feats to suggest he can handle being punched through a planet....what the hell lol.

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#24  Edited By Eredin12  Online

@diydeath: Ofc he does lol, making a human-sized hole in Earth is country-level max, in fact, i remember NWname himslef calculating it to be 200 gigatons, and that is when Thor punched freaking giant through it, not human, Naruto no solled attacks far stronger than that. Like this feat is even below some One Piece feats, but it gets wanked here because it is Superman.

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@eredin12:

Also no, round 2 isn't Moon level, Hawk Man hit him with the power of the earths core, when he says it's getting hit with a planet, that means the amount of energy he is getting hit with is akin to that of a planet, you can down scale it to moon level just because he wasn't hit at HS speeds, because he didn't actually hit him with a planet, but the energy of one.

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@infinitemass:

Also no, round 2 isn't Moon level, Hawk Man hit him with the power of the earths core, when he says it's getting hit with a planet, that means the amount of energy he is getting hit with is akin to that of a planet, you can down scale it to moon level just because he wasn't hit at HS speeds, because he didn't actually hit him with a planet, but the energy of one.

What does the energy of the planet even mean? i don't really get it tbh. and when was that even stated? All he said in the picture above is that he was hit with a planet.

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@angeliccry: Isn't 1 a country level feat?

Naruto tanks country+ level attacks in base..

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What does the energy of planet level mean, i don't really get it, when was that even stated? All he said is that he was hit with a planet.

The Claw of Horus draws it's power from the magnetic core of earth, the energy he released was stated by him to be similar to being hit by a planet. Because it's not an actual planet, it's speed isn't a factor, what Hawkman was stating is the power it releases has the same affect as getting hit by a planet, not hit by a moon or stated otherwise.

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@infinitemass:

The Claw of Horus draws it's power from the magnetic core of earth, the energy he released was stated by him to be similar to being hit by a planet.

Yes, similar to being hit by the planet, and that is what i go by. This has the same effect as being hit by a planet as he said, but being hit by a planet can have many various effects, just like being hit with a fist can, it all depends on the speed planet had, just stating it is the same as being hit with planet does not help much, not any more than stating "the same effect as being hit by human fist", sure but by whose? By my Grandmptors or UFC heavyweight? it all depends on speed, that is why it is very much a factor here as well.

That is why it is moon level feat.

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@eredin12: You must have Naruto on a stupidly high pedestal if you really think he stops at round 5. Firstly explain to me what classifies Toneri's GWRE as moon busting or why Naruto tanking gives him moon level durability? Toneri splits the moon with a weapon as long as the moon hence Naruto is only going to be affected by the area of the gwre that hit him not the entire attack. Then also it's not like Naruto gets up immediately after the attack. The feat is also a lot less impressive compared to other nigh-moonbusting feats in fiction which are performed by characters striking from a single point just like Superman and Ata below:

Then also for the obvious fact that Toneri didn't even destroy the entire moon and yet somehow it's a moon busting feat. Measuring the cross sectional volume of the moon Toneri destroyed makes the feat continental. Pretty sure you are going to bring up GBE which fails in this scenario since after the moon was split we don't see each part of the moon gravitate away from each other which would indicate the presence of binding forces.

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@infinitemass:

Earths Core is extremely Dense, going through it isn't continental level, you would have to be hit with enough force to crack the planet to go through Earths core and all the way to the other side of the planet in one go.

Density of earth core is just a bit above that of the steel:

"The density of the inner 'solid' core is between 9.9-12.2 g/cm3 and the outer core's density is between 12.6-13 g/cm3."

"Steel has an approximate density of 8 g/cm3."

The core is also 1,220 km big, making a human-sized hole in that, is nowhere near continental, let alone planet cracking lol

The moon was completely obliterated, the energy calced is large planetary, here is a good overview on the fea

they are wrong really since they use the mass of our own moon while this one was stated to only be 81 billion tons heavy.

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@eazy_pezy:

: You must have Naruto at a stupidly high pedestal if you really think he stops at round 5.Firstly explain to me what classifies Toneri's GWRE as moon busting or why Naruto tanking gives him moon level durability? Toneri splits the moon with a weapon as long as the moon hence Naruto is only going to be affected by the area of the gwre that hit him not the entire attack.

stupidly high pedestal? No, i just have him at moon+/small planet level, the same level Superman is on as well, it is just that you overestimated some feats here, especially 1, country-level feat. Now, I am not talking about him tanking it in the scene when he split the moon directly, no, he latter no solled focused GWRE as well when Toneri fired it directly at him in the final, desperate attempt to stop him, he no solled and overpowered it, that is part that I am referring to.

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You ask what makes it moon level, fact that it split the mass of a moon at hypersonic speed, in fact even this lowballed calculation of splitting moon at hypersonic speed gives you more than enough energy to destroy our moon, you can see for yourself:

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It takes just 1.24×1029J to destroy the moon for comparison. That is a feat that i am talking about, it is far above continental. There is no way for it not to be at least moon level.

Also, Superman below split the small moon, one much smaller than our own, it literally states" small dead moon off Saturn"

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Then also for the obvious fact that Toneri didn't even destroy the entire moon and yet somehow it's a moon busting feat. Measuring the cross sectional volume of the moon Toneri destroyed makes the feat continental. Pretty sure you are going to bring up GBE which fails in this scenario since after the moon was split we don't see each part of the moon gravitate away from each other which would indicate the presence of binding forces.

Yeah, you don't need necessarily to destroy it, for it to be that good, just speed at which he moved it can also give you that energy.

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@a9 said:

@angeliccry: Isn't 1 a country level feat?

Naruto tanks country+ level attacks in base..

Ok

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@angeliccry: I expected that you would defend your answer but nevermind.

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@angeliccry: I expected that you would defend your answer but nevermind.

Then he moves up and stops at Round 2

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Yes, similar to being hit by the planet, and that is what i go by. This has the same effect as being hit by a planet as he said, but being hit by a planet can have many various effects, just like being hit with a fist can, it all depends on the speed planet had, just stating it is the same as being hit with planet does not help much, not any more than stating "the same effect as being hit by human fist", sure but by whose? By my Grandmptors or UFC heavyweight? it all depends on speed, that is why it is very much a factor here as well.

That is why it is moon level feat.

It's getting hit with the full frontal force of a planet condensed in the size of a fist, let's low ball Hawkman and say he swung at the speed of a peak human, or 43.3 mph, and generate a force of 1300 pounds. Now add the condensed weight of an actual planet, and the force would come at about the force to destroy the moon twice over.

Also, you concede the first point, about him stopping at 1?

No, like I said in my other response, the earth's core is extremely dense, and the person is being punched right through it like butter, the force would need to be enough to crack the planet in half, especially since you are hitting Superman which can take much greater forces without being knocked back like that.

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@infinitemass said:

@rajjarsalt: Even at 100 light years away it has the capacity to destroy planets, considering Superman wasn't thousands of light years away, no way does Naruto survive

Superman would never eat the same amount of yield a planet would on principle of sheer surface area.

He could be as close as Nova was to the star here, with several planets behind him getting blown up but only take trillionths of the blast. Energy/area, m8.

But since the shockwave is clearly shown, the explosion is clearly known we don't need this debate. Did you see how big it was? It's larger than the nebula-sized Sun-Eater itself. It's in the magnitude of single digit thousands of light years large. Recall the fact that the Sun-Eater took nearly all of the blast as well. Considering that the explosion itself had not reached Superman yet - if it did, he would be dead, as stated on panel - that tells you all you need to know about this "feat."

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@eredin12 said:

@infinitemass:

Earths Core is extremely Dense, going through it isn't continental level, you would have to be hit with enough force to crack the planet to go through Earths core and all the way to the other side of the planet in one go.

Density of earth core is just a bit above that of the steel:

"The density of the inner 'solid' core is between 9.9-12.2 g/cm3 and the outer core's density is between 12.6-13 g/cm3."

"Steel has an approximate density of 8 g/cm3."

The core is also 1,220 km big, making a human-sized hole in that, is nowhere near continental, let alone planet cracking lol

The moon was completely obliterated, the energy calced is large planetary, here is a good overview on the fea

they are wrong really since they use the mass of our own moon while this one was stated to only be 81 billion tons heavy.

They stated the Author admitted he was wrong, used the wrong number, Batman stated it was as dense as our own moon

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@eredin12 said:

@infinitemass:

Earths Core is extremely Dense, going through it isn't continental level, you would have to be hit with enough force to crack the planet to go through Earths core and all the way to the other side of the planet in one go.

Density of earth core is just a bit above that of the steel:

"The density of the inner 'solid' core is between 9.9-12.2 g/cm3 and the outer core's density is between 12.6-13 g/cm3."

"Steel has an approximate density of 8 g/cm3."

The core is also 1,220 km big, making a human-sized hole in that, is nowhere near continental, let alone planet cracking lol

The moon was completely obliterated, the energy calced is large planetary, here is a good overview on the fea

they are wrong really since they use the mass of our own moon while this one was stated to only be 81 billion tons heavy.

They stated the Author admitted he was wrong, used the wrong number, Batman stated it was as dense as our own moon

Where is this source?

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@infinitemass:

It's getting hit with the full frontal force of a planet condensed in the size of a fist,

Which menas nothing on its own, it can be bellow moon level or star level, it depends on speed completely, most we can say, being reasonable is the moon level

let's low ball Hawkman and say he swung at the speed of a peak human, or 43.3 mph, and generate a force of 1300 pounds. Now add the condensed weight of an actual planet, and the force would come at about the force to destroy the moon twice over.

You are mistaken, in fact, as you can see here, even if we gave Earth a bigger mass than it has and say that he punched at 70 KMh, not 69 as you said, we would get multi-continental energy, good deal bellow moon busting, see now why i said that being hit with a planet does not mean anything on its own?

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No, like I said in my other response, the earth's core is extremely dense, and the person is being punched right through it like butter, the force would need to be enough to crack the planet in half, especially since you are hitting Superman which can take much greater forces without being knocked back like that.

"Density of earth core is just a bit above that of the steel:

"The density of the inner 'solid' core is between 9.9-12.2 g/cm3 and the outer core's density is between 12.6-13 g/cm3."

"Steel has an approximate density of 8 g/cm3."

The core is also 1,220 km big, making a human-sized hole in that, is nowhere near continental"

Hiting Superman or not does not affect the force and Superman can be knocked out by less than planet splitting, but he was not knocked out here, so i don't know why that even matters.

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@rajjarsalt said:
@infinitemass said:
@eredin12 said:

@infinitemass:

Earths Core is extremely Dense, going through it isn't continental level, you would have to be hit with enough force to crack the planet to go through Earths core and all the way to the other side of the planet in one go.

Density of earth core is just a bit above that of the steel:

"The density of the inner 'solid' core is between 9.9-12.2 g/cm3 and the outer core's density is between 12.6-13 g/cm3."

"Steel has an approximate density of 8 g/cm3."

The core is also 1,220 km big, making a human-sized hole in that, is nowhere near continental, let alone planet cracking lol

The moon was completely obliterated, the energy calced is large planetary, here is a good overview on the fea

they are wrong really since they use the mass of our own moon while this one was stated to only be 81 billion tons heavy.

They stated the Author admitted he was wrong, used the wrong number, Batman stated it was as dense as our own moon

Where is this source?

Yep, where is the source, i have heard this excuse many times, but nobody can seem to post proof of it. There is a popular lie that JK Rowling said that farmer with Shotgun can beat Voldermort, probably came as a joke at first but many took it seriously, we cannot really trust something like that if we don't have a source.

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@eredin12 said:
@rajjarsalt said:
@infinitemass said:
@eredin12 said:

@infinitemass:

Earths Core is extremely Dense, going through it isn't continental level, you would have to be hit with enough force to crack the planet to go through Earths core and all the way to the other side of the planet in one go.

Density of earth core is just a bit above that of the steel:

"The density of the inner 'solid' core is between 9.9-12.2 g/cm3 and the outer core's density is between 12.6-13 g/cm3."

"Steel has an approximate density of 8 g/cm3."

The core is also 1,220 km big, making a human-sized hole in that, is nowhere near continental, let alone planet cracking lol

The moon was completely obliterated, the energy calced is large planetary, here is a good overview on the fea

they are wrong really since they use the mass of our own moon while this one was stated to only be 81 billion tons heavy.

They stated the Author admitted he was wrong, used the wrong number, Batman stated it was as dense as our own moon

Where is this source?

Yep, where is the source, i have heard this excuse many times, but nobody can seem to post proof of it. There is a popular lie that JK Rowling said that farmer with Shotgun can beat Voldermort, probably came as a joke at first but many took it seriously, we cannot really trust something like that if we don't have a source.

Careful, you might get to see Motifian photoshopping some statements again!

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@eredin12 said:
@rajjarsalt said:
@infinitemass said:
@eredin12 said:

@infinitemass:

Earths Core is extremely Dense, going through it isn't continental level, you would have to be hit with enough force to crack the planet to go through Earths core and all the way to the other side of the planet in one go.

Density of earth core is just a bit above that of the steel:

"The density of the inner 'solid' core is between 9.9-12.2 g/cm3 and the outer core's density is between 12.6-13 g/cm3."

"Steel has an approximate density of 8 g/cm3."

The core is also 1,220 km big, making a human-sized hole in that, is nowhere near continental, let alone planet cracking lol

The moon was completely obliterated, the energy calced is large planetary, here is a good overview on the fea

they are wrong really since they use the mass of our own moon while this one was stated to only be 81 billion tons heavy.

They stated the Author admitted he was wrong, used the wrong number, Batman stated it was as dense as our own moon

Where is this source?

Yep, where is the source, i have heard this excuse many times, but nobody can seem to post proof of it. There is a popular lie that JK Rowling said that farmer with Shotgun can beat Voldermort, probably came as a joke at first but many took it seriously, we cannot really trust something like that if we don't have a source.

Careful, you might get to see Motifian photoshopping some statements again!

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@rajjarsalt: 1 supernova has as much energy as all the stars in a galaxy at that time, not to mention one the size of the Kepler super nova and multiply it by 50, even 1 trillionth is enough to destroy a planet, it would murder Naruto.

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#47  Edited By RajjarsAlt

@infinitemass said:

@rajjarsalt: 1 supernova has as much energy as all the stars in a galaxy at that time, not to mention one the size of the Kepler super nova and multiply it by 50, even 1 trillionth is enough to destroy a planet, it would murder Naruto.

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You're right. Intensity at that fractional level could still destroy a planet. Is Superman as large as a planet, though?

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@eredin12: @rajjarsalt: Unfortunately Dwayne has passed away for some time, and his website is now used as a platform to help diversity comics.

It is stated in the comic that the moon has the same mass as our own moon, in which Batman responds 81 billion tons, which is obviously incorrect unless DC's moon has much less mass than out own.

Even if that were the case, Superman hit it at near light speed and completely obliterated the moon, the amount of force would destroy Earth twice I believe, I would have to re do the calc to make sure it's right

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#49  Edited By Antebellum

The weight of the Planet is not impressive as it sounds, I guess it depends on how fast Hawkman hit him but still, very different.

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Oh shit, someone already said that.