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Posted by deactivated-5a89ca5697052 (8063 posts) 8 months, 2 days ago

Poll: Could MCU Captain America rip off a person's head with his bare hands like this (Gif below) ? (36 votes)

Yes 78%
No 22%
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#1 Posted by AngelJax (9502 posts) - - Show Bio

Without his morals restraining him, absolutely

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#2 Posted by Havenless (2551 posts) - - Show Bio

He also ripped a log in half with his bare hands. I'd think that's a greater feat of strength.

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#3 Posted by Amcu (10880 posts) - - Show Bio

Yes.

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#4 Posted by Mrnoital (7460 posts) - - Show Bio

he didn't rip a head off with his bare hands there, he slammed it against a metal beam and it broke off

if he did that to a person their head would be smashed in, not pop off like that

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#5 Posted by tj849 (8569 posts) - - Show Bio

With ease

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#6 Posted by Eto (5005 posts) - - Show Bio

definitely

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#7 Posted by Amcu (10880 posts) - - Show Bio

He already did it to an Ultron bot, and they have superhuman durability.

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#8 Posted by Wolderman (345 posts) - - Show Bio

That's a robot, you can't compare it to a human being as the tissue and limbs are different. At best he'll break someone's neck but not rip anyone's head off.

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#9 Posted by ANTHP2000 (15296 posts) - - Show Bio

No, robots have amazingly different structure than humans. You can't just start ripping human limbs off like Bane.

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#11 Posted by Helloman (17779 posts) - - Show Bio

No.

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#12 Posted by APEX_pretador (18613 posts) - - Show Bio

Easily

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#14 Posted by ANTHP2000 (15296 posts) - - Show Bio

He also ripped a log in half with his bare hands. I'd think that's a greater feat of strength.

Damn I always forget about that feat, still it works very different.

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#15 Edited by deactivated-5a89ca5697052 (8063 posts) - - Show Bio

@anthp2000 said:
@havenless said:

He also ripped a log in half with his bare hands. I'd think that's a greater feat of strength.

Damn I always forget about that feat, still it works very different.

Ripping a log of this size in half requires 7-10 tons of force.

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#16 Posted by ANTHP2000 (15296 posts) - - Show Bio

@anthp2000 said:
@havenless said:

He also ripped a log in half with his bare hands. I'd think that's a greater feat of strength.

Damn I always forget about that feat, still it works very different.

Ripping a log in half requires 7-10 tons of force.

I didn't know that but I imagined. But it's really not about strength.

The anatomy of the human body is not as simplistic as such objects, we're filled with veins, bones and moreso, even below our level of skin, we're extremely elastic compared to any robot or log. Only people who defy physics consistently and absurdly with their output should be able to pull that off, like comic Bane who I brought up.

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#17 Posted by Marishtar (1404 posts) - - Show Bio

No, robots have amazingly different structure than humans. You can't just start ripping human limbs off like Bane.

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#18 Posted by HeroUp2112 (16640 posts) - - Show Bio

@angeljax said:

Without his morals restraining him, absolutely

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#19 Posted by deactivated-5a89ca5697052 (8063 posts) - - Show Bio

@ithemanwithoutfeari said:
@anthp2000 said:
@havenless said:

He also ripped a log in half with his bare hands. I'd think that's a greater feat of strength.

Damn I always forget about that feat, still it works very different.

Ripping a log in half requires 7-10 tons of force.

I didn't know that but I imagined. But it's really not about strength.

The anatomy of the human body is not as simplistic as such objects, we're filled with veins, bones and moreso, even below our level of skin, we're extremely elastic compared to any robot or log. Only people who defy physics consistently and absurdly with their output should be able to pull that off, like comic Bane who I brought up.

True.