Superman has to survive the full power of a neutron star similar to Thor in INFINITY WAR. Will he succeed?

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Poll Superman has to survive the full power of a neutron star similar to Thor in INFINITY WAR. Will he succeed? (43 votes)

Yep, Clark tanks it like a pro 51%
No, Clark's biology would make it too hard 49%
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Wouldn't he just absorb the bulk of solar rays and be amped in the process?

Regardless though he survives

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Nidavellir beam is so overrated, Thor only took 6000-7200K.

The magnified beam is around 50,000 kelvin (uru melting point), which makes the unmagnified beam 7200K or even lower since it has at least 7x the area. It's also supported by conventional color of the stars. Statement and scientific wise it's 6000-7200K, can't be more credible than that.

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He dies horribly.

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@eredin12:

How is that a no limit fallacy?

It's literally a trait of his biology.

You can argue he gets overloaded by it, but in all honesty it should be like Hulk snapping the nano gauntlet. It hurts him but doesn't kill him

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Dceu supes dies.

Stop wankimg lads.

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Nidavellir beam is so overrated, Thor only took 6000-7200K.

The magnified beam is around 50,000 kelvin (uru melting point), which makes the unmagnified beam 7200K or even lower since it has at least 7x the area. It's also supported by conventional color of the stars. Statement and scientific wise it's 6000-7200K, can't be more credible than that.

Lol a light beam doesn’t have temperature.

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Of course not...He was zombified by a 300kt nuke.

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Of course not...He was zombified by a 300kt nuke.

What relevance does a nuke have here?

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Superman is more resistant to extreme heat, he will tank it better than Thor.

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@w3b:

Because a star can output much more energy than a nuke... Since Clark can't tank a 300kt nuke then he has no chance against a star...

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#15  Edited By w3b

@johndeyvido: so then you must agree that the remains of krypton are as tough as Thor at least, right? Since they are bathing in neutron star radiation

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Never seen this thread before. We have such original and creative minds here in comic one.

Ot: he is vaporized

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I've haven't seen the Snyder Cut, so I don't know if Superman has a feat that would contradict my opinion, but based on the movies I saw, Clark dies. He looked like a corpse after getting hit by a nuke.

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Power of a star>Power of a nuke. Plus Thor withstood that heat and sheer power of the blast for an actual period of time.

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@flofoshono: yes he withstood the force of a dying neutron star and almost died tanking it,if not for stormbreaker Thor would have died.

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#24  Edited By rajjarsalt

Krypton was destroyed by the full force of the neutron star, all Kryptonians, dead. Like we see the energy beams turn them to ash. Superman isn't absorbing anything.

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#25  Edited By pwilliferthor28

Clarke is not surviving this. This isn't about who would win in a fight exactly, but Thor is clearly tougher and more durable in both comics and movies