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#1 Posted by DragonBornTookAnArrowToTheKnee789 (407 posts) - - Show Bio

Hulk was drained during his fight with Abomination from what they did earlier. If he wasn't the fight with Abomination likely would've ended quicker.

Also if I remember right Thanos didn't even use the Infinity Stone on the Hulk and I don't remember it being stated to enhance him physically. So he pretty much beat down the Hulk extremely quickly.

Thanos>Hulk>Abomination

I do expect Hulk to get stronger in Avengers 4/Another MCU film however

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#2 Posted by DragonBornTookAnArrowToTheKnee789 (407 posts) - - Show Bio

@rebake: I expect a stronger beam in Godzilla 2 or the Red Beam

And while physically this Godzilla is strong I doubt he'd be able to beat Thor who'd had the advantage

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#3 Posted by DragonBornTookAnArrowToTheKnee789 (407 posts) - - Show Bio

Thanos was toying with Iron-Man for most of the fight. Even then he won and would've killed him if not for Strange

However Zod takes this

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#4 Posted by DragonBornTookAnArrowToTheKnee789 (407 posts) - - Show Bio

5. Kenshiro

4. Alucard

3. Doomguy

2. Guts

1. Deathstroke/Slade Wilson

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#5 Posted by DragonBornTookAnArrowToTheKnee789 (407 posts) - - Show Bio

Thor or a draw.

While Legendary Godzilla's durability is immense he could be knocked down from buildings/the MUTO's. Both of which are inferior to him.

Also if the statements about MUTO's emp is intended to weaken the atomic breath then we haven't seen it's full potential.

Thor could likely just keep up a bombardment or damage him with Stormbreaker

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#6 Posted by DragonBornTookAnArrowToTheKnee789 (407 posts) - - Show Bio

@sirfizzwhizz: I know this is off topic but I disagree with your statement that themes don't make the films. Sure the franchise is now known for its mindless action/monsters taking on each other but at it's root in the original 1954 film ((which I consider to be the best in terms of story/writing)) Godzilla being a metaphor for nuclear destructions works extremely well and adds to the character who in a way could also be viewed as a victim of nuclear warfare.

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#7 Posted by DragonBornTookAnArrowToTheKnee789 (407 posts) - - Show Bio

Team Godzilla.

While they'd be take Shin and Legendary out I doubt they could manage Godzilla Earth ((Anime Godzilla)). His durability and regeneration would give them the edge over Team Naruto and his attacks should be enough ((Granted they won't go out instantly))

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#8 Posted by DragonBornTookAnArrowToTheKnee789 (407 posts) - - Show Bio

@sirfizzwhizz: Kurama gets destroyed.

Watching the film and seeing the feats it seems TOHO was hellbent on making one of the largest and strongest incarnations of the character.

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#9 Posted by DragonBornTookAnArrowToTheKnee789 (407 posts) - - Show Bio

@alextheboss: It may not line up with the film but it's still a feat for that incarnation of the character and therefore still counts.

Also while it was implied there really was no guarantee that the nukes if set off would kill Godzilla.

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#10 Edited by DragonBornTookAnArrowToTheKnee789 (407 posts) - - Show Bio

After reading some of the feats/spoilers for Godzilla in the Monster Planet Series ((Via the graphic novel and film itself)) then Godzilla slaughters.

He's height is 300 meters aka right near 1000 feet tall.

In an operation to trap and destroy him he was also hit by around 150 nuclear weapons ((this is stated in the prequel novel and film))