could he replicate these?
Yes, in an MCU canon comic he sliced a bullet with his claws at close range.
@kgb725: because neither captain America nor bucky are bullet timers or even hawkeye
- You don't know that. They never failed to react to a bullet, they never needed to react to one.
- None of them has to be as fast as T'Challa.
The comic doesn't contradict anything. It's just high end for those characters, but we know they're casual arrow timers and RPG timers so nothing really outlier-ish.
@anthp2000: I remember captain America getting shot multiple times by bucky. You know you have to prove they are actual bullet timers right? Not the other way, according to your logic aunt may is a bullet timer because she's never failed to react to one, she never needed to
@anthp2000: Depending on the way you interpret the panel he just stepped to the side and let it ping off. Especially since the bullets "motion arc" originates from the armour.
And it got teared in 3 how then? He clearly sliced it down.
- What about the hand motion?
- The 2 parts on the side are clearly 2 halves, I mean they're litteraly cut clean and it's obvious from the shape
- You think some random nameless guard would fire this fast with a handgun?
@anthp2000: If he cut it in half, wouldn’t he have brought his right hand across his body to the left in order to actually use his claws?
Not sure what you mean by that, but his arm (with the claws out) is clearly at the end of the blurry line (which moreover suggests the bullet did not just bounce off of the suit).
It could be just insane precision and trajectory prediction but given Panther's hype and other feats, I am willing to brand him as a bullet timer. The thing is that blocking/deflecting/cutting an incoming projectile will always take place in a scene after it was already fired because reversed order wouldn't make sense. It often makes those feats debatable.
@anthp2000: I mean he was staring straight at the shooter with his hands at his sides. If he were to fit it in half, shouldn’t he have swept his arm across his body to scratch at it and cut it in mid-air? The way he’s positioned in the second panel makes it seem like he backhanded the bullet.
@thevivas: The way I see it, the artwork of his hand motion demonstrates exactly that - slicing the bullet.
He uses his claws to slice it down in a frontal manner, not like a cat would do in a 'feminine' way.
We even see the blur showcasing the trail of his claw.
Actual movie feats say otherwise. Using secondary media especially a comic panel won't work as it contradicts the movies
Such as? This isn't "secondary media" that contradicts anything. Its canon to the MCU, ergo it cant contradict something he has failed to do without context.
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