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#1 Edited by ClawFist (389 posts) - - Show Bio

I personally think this is gonna come down to the characters themselves. They all have enough weapons and powers to counter whatever may be deemed as an advantage, and they've all faced physically superior, power based characters, so they're all pretty comparable in ability to take down armies of baddies. So in my mind, it all comes down to the more personal details.

Just putting it out there, Delta is a seven foot tank and fairly agile at that. Guy is stronger than both Jack & Booker, they'll need to team-up to take down Delta and even then they're not winning up close. They'll need to team-up on Delta and keep their distance with some guerrilla warfare style combat, which Booker should actually know. That's the only way they're beating Delta.

Now let's assume they do beat Delta, he's the bigger guy so it's logical they would try to take him down first. So if it's now Booker Vs Jack, I'm giving it to Booker. Why? Jack has no formal training, In-Character he's just sorta getting lucky in Bioshock 1, and does get good at doing what he does (killing splicers and Big Daddies), but Booker is a war vet. Booker has the skills, the training, and superior experience in my opinion to know what he has to do to take down Jack.

So let's recap. Booker is probably gonna be the guy to convince Jack that they need to work together to take down Delta. Delta is still a walking tank, he still has a chance to win, but it's less likely as long as the other two manage to keep their distance. Then once Delta is down, Booker should take the win over Jack due to superior combat training, and combat experience. No comparisons to any other characters should apply here, like Booker taking down a Handyman, or Jack taking down Big Daddies, cause they've all taken down superior characters to themselves, making them all comparable in that aspect. Bottom line is, they've never faced characters as versatile as themselves, so they should be judged by their own personal stats. So if Delta doesn't win, then I'd give it to Booker.

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#3 Edited by ClawFist (389 posts) - - Show Bio

BEST GAME OF THRONES REFERENCE

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#4 Edited by ClawFist (389 posts) - - Show Bio

Best convince your little brother out of evil moment!

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BEST FINISHING MOVE

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#5 Posted by ClawFist (389 posts) - - Show Bio

YES!!! FINALLY! I mean the character has been in past films, but I'm hoping she's put a little more in forefront if this made news.

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#6 Posted by ClawFist (389 posts) - - Show Bio

My prediction from left to right for the hidden characters. Top Row: Iron Man, Falcon/ Cap America, Vision. Bottom Row: Ghost Rider Robbie, and Nova

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#7 Posted by ClawFist (389 posts) - - Show Bio

I've really been Dynamite's CHAOS! Comics push, since the first Evil Ernie which I felt was really well thought out.

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#9 Posted by ClawFist (389 posts) - - Show Bio

@scavengerfist: I mean it all depends how open you are to a new Ghost Rider. Me, I LOVE IT. I loved it since the I saw the new designs and whatnot. Robbie Reyes is a great character, very different from your normal adolescent. He's struggled with duty and responsibility his entire life as opposed to having it thrust on him. The art in the first arc is great, second arc takes a bit of a dive with Damion Scott on art, but this last arc the art as you can see is superb. For you it might be different, art being subjective and whatnot. The story over-all is consistent throughout. This is unfortunately the last issue of the All-New Ghost Rider series, but the writer, Felipe Smith says that Robbie Reyes' story will continue in Secret Wars on the title Ghost Racers as well as a slew of other Ghost Riders.

I like giving new things a chance, I was pleasantly surprised with this series. I've always been interested in the mythos and concept of the Ghost Rider but I always found a lot of the history to be convoluted. If you're anything like me, you'll love this fresh start and new take on a Ghost Rider. Grab that steering wheel and hit the peddle to the metal! Vroom!

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#10 Posted by ClawFist (389 posts) - - Show Bio

@scavengerfist: Robbie questions if he even is a Ghost Rider in issue 10 but yeah, he's basically a different kind of Ghost Rider. Exorcism worked on the old Rider's, Danny had himself exorcized in his last mini solo outing. We're really in unknown territory with Robbie since he has a bond that's never happened for a Rider before. It's not just say a human spirit that's possessed him, it's a human spirit that made a deal with the devil that's bonded with him.