M-11 Respect Thread
This is a respect thread about the Human Robot. The Killer Robot. M-11.
This is his handbook entry which saves me the trouble of explaining his origin, motivations, and history. M-11 is arguably the most powerful member of the group called Agents of Atlas. He's the strong silent type with pretty interesting and powerful abilities.
This piece of dialogue basically explains, in a nutshell, M-11's abilities. However, there are a couple of abilities that Gorilla Man left out in that description of M-11. One of which was his super strength.
I'm not entirely sure where to rank M-11's strength level, but here are some of his best striking/lifting/overpowering feats.
First, let's start off with some decent feats.
Admittedly, this is pretty low-end stuff (aside from the tank). Let's get past the baby stuff and get onto some more impressive feats.
Here is the size of the castle in question:
Not exactly on the small side.
(I didn't crop these images to be dishonest or misleading. In Agents of Atlas Issue #5, the New Avengers and Agents of Atlas fight each other and the rest of the scans include images of other members of the group fighting one another).
Last set of strength scans:
Punches Genis Vell so hard that is makes him scream out in pain:
Now, let's move on to M-11's electrical abilities. We've already seen what it could do to Mr. X, so let's see what else it can do.
Projects 20,000 volts. It should be noted that he has been upgraded and improved upon since this origin.
Now time for some ABC logic!
I know. I know. ABC logic is pretty shoddy and we're talking about blunt force vs energy attacks, but that electricity still bypassed a high level of durability and resilience that not even Namora could take down with as much ease as M-11.
M-11's toughness and dexterity is arguably one of the most impressive things about him.
First, let's go over how bulletproof he and his force-fields are:
Here is another scan of him withstanding fire. This time it's mystical in nature.
Before I move on I'd like to point out that the shield toss from Bucky was with his mechanical arm and that Wasp's stings are nothing to laugh at.
Next up, we have M-11's force-field tanking a combination of blows from Colossus, lightning from Storm, and a laser blast from Cyclops. It isn't until Wolverine joins the fray that the force-fields are broken.
There is A LOT happening in the scan below. Not only is Ice Man getting owned by M-11, but he's doing it at the same time as blocking Cyclops' eye beams with his force-fields. This scan also displays M-11's self-repairing ability which is arguably one of his coolest abilities. I'll get more into his 'healing factor' later.
Not only does he effortlessly shrug off and self-repair himself after getting skewered by the Wolverine, but he then grabs a statue and places it on top of Logan in order to hold him down. I mainly placed the scan here to showcase M-11's force-field durability, but he's too bad ass to do one cool thing at a time per panel xD
The following scans are, by far, his best durability/force-field feats.
Needless to say, M-11 is pretty tough.
You've already seen Wolverine failing to incapacitate M-11, so let's see what else has failed to put him down.
Not only can M-11 access any computer database on Earth, but he was also given a restoration enchantment which allows his pieces to be put together automatically.
The only reason the saucer breaks through M-11's force-fields is because Marvel Boy had added his own tech into M-11 (like the force-field) which he simply turned off. Hence the, "And I can take it away!!"
M-11 is not by any means a speedster. In fact, he's barely got street level speed and he often prefers to tank attacks instead of dodging (although with good reason), but at the very least, he's a bullet timer when it comes to speed.
He tends to only use his speed when he needs to.
Here is, by far, his most impressive weapon/ability. I saved the best for last. M-11's death ray is extremely powerful. We've already seen what it can do to Ice Man. Let's examine who else hes owned.
We've already seen this scan, but here is another example of M-11 taking down fodder when he destroys the Lava Men.
Based on my interpretation, the only reason M-11 wins this struggle is because Tony's identity wasn't revealed to the public yet and Gorilla Man distracted Iron Man after saying, "...his armor is filled with more machinery instead of boozy millionaire, bum! You're going down Stark!" Tony is clearly thrown off by this which leads to him losing the clash due to a lack of focus. However, stalemating classic Iron Man for so long is no easy feat. Just ask Blastaar, Namor, or Hercules.
Next up we have M-11 taking on the Sub-Mariner underwater. Not only does his beam make Namor scream out in pain, but it also manages to briefly incapacitate him. So much so that M-11 has time to move onto electricuting and fodderizing Atlantean troops.
It should be noted that Namor blitzes M-11 in the next page. He was not KO'd. However, I do believe that it's definitely possible for M-11 to take down Namor since he ends up doing it to Namor's cousin in literally ONE hit:
Last, but certainly not least, arguably his best energy projection feat is against a rampaging savage Hulk:
This was the same Hulk that was angry/powerful enough to take on the classic Avengers and Agents of Atlas at the same time.
In the Marvel Universe, it's been established that phasing incapacitates all technology. Unfortunately, M-11 is no exception to this rule.
This scan proves that M-11 can project different settings of power from his Death Ray. That means that he can vary the amount of power he emits (which could explain why he didn't KO Namor or kill Namora after he blasted them).
X-Men Vs. Agents of Atlas (2009-2010) issue #1 & 2, Atlas (2010) issue #1-5, Avengers Vs. Atlas (2010) issue 1-4, Agents of Atlas (2006) issue 1-6, Agents of Atlas (2009) issue #0-11, Secret Wars (2015). Fear Itself: The Home Front (2011) issue 1-4, Spider-Man Family (2007) issue 4, Thunderbolts (2010) issue 139-140.
If you want to know specifics for individual sets of scans, let me know. It'll simply take too long for me to wade through every single scan and issue and match them up.