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2012-04-29 10:34:14 PM
www.comicbookmovie.com
 
2012-04-29 10:39:04 PM

Spaced Lion: Parthenogenetic: glaurunge: This thread is suffering a serious lack of Tolkien references.

With a name like "Glaurung", I assume you are a Tolkien nerd yourself?

It is clear in the Tolkien cosmology that only Eru Ilúvatar is divine.

The Valar, while equivalent in power to the Greek and Roman gods, acknowledged themselves as finite beings, the creations of Ilúvatar, and not divine themselves.

Gandalf, Saruman, and Sauron were Maiar, and while they were more powerful than any elf, human, dwarf, or hobbit, are lesser Ainur; servants of the Valar, and not regarded as great powers themselves. They are arguably only slightly more powerful than embodied Ainur such as balrogs, (possibly) dragons, the great eagles (e.g. Thorondor), and sapient beasties like Huan and Carcharoth.

Interesting fact - Gandalf could have whupped Sauron single-handed, but was "forbidden to match his power with power."


I don't believe that's correct. While Olorin's powers were greatly curtailed while embodied as Gandalf, and was indeed charged with rousing the people of Middle Earth against the forces of evil rather than taking on Sauron directly, he was nonetheless in no way equipped to do so.

Remember that Sauron was essentially as powerful as Morgoth albeit with less malice. Granted Sauron spent much of himself reconstituting his body after the downfall of Numenor and put a lot of his power into the One Ring. However I still don't see Gandalf having the ability to defeat Sauron. He killed himself fighting the Balrog and was barely able to fend of the nine Wring Raiths at Weathertop.

Anyway, I believe that as Gandalf the White Olorin's says something to the effect of "you'll never find a more powerful being unless you confront the Dark Lord himself."
 
2012-04-29 10:44:29 PM
Not extremely powerful himself, but could build somebody to fit:
images.wikia.com

Or at least bring a wild card to mix things up:
1.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-04-29 10:48:06 PM
narrower question:

Breaking Bad Mike v. POI Reese?

/ left field thought: Piper Halliwell?
 
2012-04-29 10:51:43 PM

SFSailor: Breaking Bad Mike v. POI Reese?


Ditka.
 
2012-04-29 10:52:48 PM

PonceAlyosha: King Something: Surely one of these Time Lords is the strongest....

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Well now I know how you spend most of your time. I approve of timelord Aquaman, that sounds positively OUTRAGEOUS!


That gets a huge round of applause. (Man, Dimaggio killed it with that voice.)
 
2012-04-29 10:58:12 PM
My love lust for subbette is strongest of all.
 
2012-04-29 11:00:33 PM
I always assumed Superman wasn't actually invincible, just comparatively so to what Earth had to offer. So is he actually impervious to anything other than magic and kryptonite? I never thought so, but I don't know much about his lore.

I'd still say Goku would be able to overpower him and at least subdue him.
 
2012-04-29 11:04:58 PM

ZeroCorpse: gozar_the_destroyer: jayhawk88: Doesn't seem like anyone has mentioned Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann yet, which seems to just about be the trump card in an Vs. battles, unless you start assuming things like The One Above All is a multiversal personification of God.

Although let's stop dumping on Hulk. Writers love to bring the Hulk in as a punching bag for their own characters to show off, but played fairly, there are very few non-cosmics in the MU that are taking Hulk down.

It is simple to kill the Hulk; you find Dr. Bruce Banner and rather than trying to capture him, you use a sniper to put a bullet in his head. Simple.

Well... First of all, Bruce Banner IS dead. The Hulk killed him.

Let me explain: The Hulk went to Dr. Doom and asked him to find a way to separate Bruce from the Hulk. Doom succeeded.

Without Hulk to be his monster, Bruce went full-on Mad Scientist, and made an island full of gamma-radiated animal-men who called him father. He was destructive and insane.

Hulk was petitioned to kill Banner. After a long fight to get to him, Hulk succeeded. Banner was utterly obliterated. Hulk still lives, and he's kind of regretting killing Banner now.

So this whole "shoot Banner in the head" idea? Even if Hulk and Banner were still one being, it wouldn't work. Banner probably wouldn't die (he's been thrown out of airplanes, landed in the cement as Banner, and got up as the Hulk) but even if he did, the Hulk has long been known to be a separate being; Not just Banner with gamma-growth.


Although Bruce did comment, during the Mr Fixit days, that he was afraid he'd fall during the early stage of Banner-to-Hulk transformation, crack his noggin on furniture and die, with a resulting headline of "Hulk Killed By Barcalounger!"
 
2012-04-29 11:21:06 PM
Has anyone mentioned Wesley, aka The Dread Pirate Roberts? I find it inconceivable that I might be the first to suggest it.
 
2012-04-29 11:21:20 PM
I'll throw my weight behind a proven winner:
www.pureanimegallery.com
 
2012-04-29 11:24:36 PM
Aleph punched out both God and Lucifer, but he was still probably weaker than the Demifiend, especially with Masakados and Freikugel.

Now, I have no idea if either could put up a fight against Laharl.
 
2012-04-29 11:37:18 PM
First off, everyone picking comic book characters has got it wrong. They have been through so many iterations and inconsistencies that it is impossible to say they are complete characters. If the comic books developed them the same all the way through, that is fine.

The one fictional character that stands out for me is:

sharetv.org

Scorpius from Farscape. He is a villain but also practical and intelligent. He is devious, he plans three steps ahead, and anytime you think you have him beat he pulls out a surprise. You do not always know his motives even when you think you do. He was the perfect character for the setting he was in.
 
2012-04-29 11:46:03 PM
27.media.tumblr.com

Mike Haggar
 
2012-04-30 12:01:19 AM
imgc.allpostersimages.com

For pure brute strength it's gotta be Hulk In Secret Wars #4 he holds a one hundred and fifty billion ton mountain aloft after Molecule Man drops it on him and a bunch of other heroes. They have to keep insulting him, but basically his strength is infinite as long as you can keep making him just a little... bit... angrier...

I'd still rather team-up with Flaming Carrot.
 
2012-04-30 12:03:02 AM

gozar_the_destroyer: Heron: R Kelly's Doo Doo Butter: This is a silly question. Everyone knows that the answer is the the tarrasque
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Nope. The Lady of Pain, Defender/Prisoner/Monarch of Sigil, the City of Doors, could flay the skin off one of those without blinking an eye. Try again, Prime.

So, do you think she would Maze you for summoning the Tarrasque in Sigil? Even if it was in the chaos area?


You can't predict how she'd act, other than if you get her attention it likely won't be pleasant. Good thing us berks are beneath her notice.
 
2012-04-30 12:04:35 AM
Triangle Man already had a fight with Molecule Man. Triangle won.
 
2012-04-30 12:05:43 AM

scarmig: Heron: scarmig: Gaw, the lack of understanding in this thread is unbelievable. Seriously. Azathoth *dreams* the entire universe into existence. The moment his unconscious, mad dream changes or ends, it *all* changes or ends. Everything. Galacticus. God. Batman. Everything. An insane dream.

Morans.

True, but could Azathoth use that in a fight? The whole point is that Azathoth isn't aware of what it is or of the fact that it is dreaming. To maintain its entertainment, Azathoth's avatar in the dream would keep its true self asleep during any fight it happened to find itself in. Azathoth could certainly unmake everything by waking up, but that isn't really an ability it can wield consciously.


But the parameters are "strongest fictional character". On the scale of immensity, dreaming the entire universe into existence pales all other measures of ability. Everything within that dream serves to continue or end the dream, with no knowledge of what circumstances could result either way. It allows all possible universes to exist, yet none escape its scope.

Azathoth wins, on sheer scale of immensity and totality.


Most powerful, sure, though I'd agree with those arguing other chars, like Haruhi, give Az a run for his money. But strength in power applied. If you can't apply the power, it isn't strength.
 
2012-04-30 12:09:53 AM

WhyteRaven74: [upload.wikimedia.org image 250x375]

She's up there.


When you consider she has most of Supes powers (no eye-lasers or freezie breath), and doesn't have his particular crippling weakness to magic-based attacks, you could argue she's actually stronger than he is.
 
2012-04-30 12:13:02 AM
sblazak.files.wordpress.com

Good old Flashy, VB KCB KCIE Chevalier of the Légion d'Honneur; U.S. Medal of Honor; San Serafino Order of Purity and Truth, 4th Class. The power behind the entire 19th century, sole survivor of Little Bighorn and Piper's Fort.
 
2012-04-30 12:16:59 AM

scarmig: ronin7: scarmig: Heron: scarmig: Gaw, the lack of understanding in this thread is unbelievable. Seriously. Azathoth *dreams* the entire universe into existence. The moment his unconscious, mad dream changes or ends, it *all* changes or ends. Everything. Galacticus. God. Batman. Everything. An insane dream.

Morans.

True, but could Azathoth use that in a fight? The whole point is that Azathoth isn't aware of what it is or of the fact that it is dreaming. To maintain its entertainment, Azathoth's avatar in the dream would keep its true self asleep during any fight it happened to find itself in. Azathoth could certainly unmake everything by waking up, but that isn't really an ability it can wield consciously.


But the parameters are "strongest fictional character". On the scale of immensity, dreaming the entire universe into existence pales all other measures of ability. Everything within that dream serves to continue or end the dream, with no knowledge of what circumstances could result either way. It allows all possible universes to exist, yet none escape its scope.

Azathoth wins, on sheer scale of immensity and totality.

Then also in the running is the Jack Kirby-like god who drew multiple universes into existence seen in The Fantastic Four, and his mysterious 'collaborator' 'nough said indeed.

All a figment of Azathoth's fevered insane dreams.


And Azathoth, merely another figment of Haruhi's imagination, subconsciously willed into being to stave off the boredom of infinity.
 
2012-04-30 12:18:43 AM
I spent some time thinking about stuff like this once.

And then I turned 13. Jeez people, at least TRY to be adults.
 
2012-04-30 12:20:20 AM

TheHopeDiamond: I spent some time thinking about stuff like this once.

And then I turned 13. Jeez people, at least TRY to be adults.


Thanks for taking the time out of your busy adult life to post on Fark.com chastising everyone. That's helpful.
 
2012-04-30 12:22:18 AM

Heron: scarmig: ronin7: scarmig: Heron: scarmig: Gaw, the lack of understanding in this thread is unbelievable. Seriously. Azathoth *dreams* the entire universe into existence. The moment his unconscious, mad dream changes or ends, it *all* changes or ends. Everything. Galacticus. God. Batman. Everything. An insane dream.

Morans.

True, but could Azathoth use that in a fight? The whole point is that Azathoth isn't aware of what it is or of the fact that it is dreaming. To maintain its entertainment, Azathoth's avatar in the dream would keep its true self asleep during any fight it happened to find itself in. Azathoth could certainly unmake everything by waking up, but that isn't really an ability it can wield consciously.


But the parameters are "strongest fictional character". On the scale of immensity, dreaming the entire universe into existence pales all other measures of ability. Everything within that dream serves to continue or end the dream, with no knowledge of what circumstances could result either way. It allows all possible universes to exist, yet none escape its scope.

Azathoth wins, on sheer scale of immensity and totality.

Then also in the running is the Jack Kirby-like god who drew multiple universes into existence seen in The Fantastic Four, and his mysterious 'collaborator' 'nough said indeed.

All a figment of Azathoth's fevered insane dreams.

And Azathoth, merely another figment of Haruhi's imagination, subconsciously willed into being to stave off the boredom of infinity.


You guys are arguing the singularity. At a certain height of power, the distinctions between omnipotent beings cease being be.
 
2012-04-30 12:23:55 AM

King Something: Brunette in a school uniform -- Haruhi Suzumiya. Has the ability to manipulate the very fabric of reality to suit her whims. Very whimsical and energetic. She is unaware of her power, which is a good thing since she can destroy the entire universe with naught but a thought if she were to decide it was too boring.


I read her more as a living god or god on vacation. It's stated many times by the super-normals she's created that Haruhi is likely responsible for the universe being created, and has likely destroyed and recreated it out of boredom/disappointment many times. Of course, there ARE those theories that Kyon is the real god, and the whole "Keep Haruhi distracted" bit on the part of the supers is a massive misdirection to keeping him interested enough in her not to get bored and unmake reality.
 
2012-04-30 12:28:25 AM
It's Doctor Manhattan.
 
2012-04-30 12:29:05 AM

PonceAlyosha: Heron: scarmig: ronin7: scarmig: Heron: scarmig: Gaw, the lack of understanding in this thread is unbelievable. Seriously. Azathoth *dreams* the entire universe into existence. The moment his unconscious, mad dream changes or ends, it *all* changes or ends. Everything. Galacticus. God. Batman. Everything. An insane dream.

Morans.

True, but could Azathoth use that in a fight? The whole point is that Azathoth isn't aware of what it is or of the fact that it is dreaming. To maintain its entertainment, Azathoth's avatar in the dream would keep its true self asleep during any fight it happened to find itself in. Azathoth could certainly unmake everything by waking up, but that isn't really an ability it can wield consciously.


But the parameters are "strongest fictional character". On the scale of immensity, dreaming the entire universe into existence pales all other measures of ability. Everything within that dream serves to continue or end the dream, with no knowledge of what circumstances could result either way. It allows all possible universes to exist, yet none escape its scope.

Azathoth wins, on sheer scale of immensity and totality.

Then also in the running is the Jack Kirby-like god who drew multiple universes into existence seen in The Fantastic Four, and his mysterious 'collaborator' 'nough said indeed.

All a figment of Azathoth's fevered insane dreams.

And Azathoth, merely another figment of Haruhi's imagination, subconsciously willed into being to stave off the boredom of infinity.

You guys are arguing the singularity. At a certain height of power, the distinctions between omnipotent beings cease being be.


Pretty much. It's sort of interesting if you think about it; if Azathoth awakes, Haruhi ceases to be, if Haruhi get's bored, Azathoth ceases to be. It's a regular Double Mobius Reacharound.
 
2012-04-30 12:40:29 AM

ActionJoe: First off, everyone picking comic book characters has got it wrong. They have been through so many iterations and inconsistencies that it is impossible to say they are complete characters. If the comic books developed them the same all the way through, that is fine.

The one fictional character that stands out for me is:

[sharetv.org image 340x255]

Scorpius from Farscape. He is a villain but also practical and intelligent. He is devious, he plans three steps ahead, and anytime you think you have him beat he pulls out a surprise. You do not always know his motives even when you think you do. He was the perfect character for the setting he was in.


I wouldn't call him a villain. That implies evil. I could easily see, and we do in some episodes, where he's just another force to fight against the true antagonists that are the Scarran.

Morally questionable methods, sure, but not evil, just really determined.
 
2012-04-30 12:53:10 AM
Gonna have to go with Howard the Duck because... well because I said so, that's why!
- God

/stupid mortals, can't get anything right without my help
//should'a just stuck with angels, at least they do what they're told
///...usually
 
2012-04-30 12:59:26 AM
Whenever someone mentions goku and superman together I can only remember this:

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A more realistical answer would be Thanos the Mad Titan, not so much due to raw power, but because he is such an asshole with his preptime that he is basically Space Batman.

i.imgur.com

If you opened the door to your living room and he was sitting there watching tv smiling it would be creepier than anything else.
 
2012-04-30 01:06:12 AM
cosplayers.acparadise.com

/Will roll all you other superheroes up
//have to make the ball big enough
///hold on while I roll up these toothpicks for awhile
 
2012-04-30 01:21:57 AM
i47.tinypic.com
 
2012-04-30 01:34:24 AM

scalpod: TheHopeDiamond: I spent some time thinking about stuff like this once.

And then I turned 13. Jeez people, at least TRY to be adults.

Thanks for taking the time out of your busy adult life to post on Fark.com chastising everyone. That's helpful.


royalboiler.files.wordpress.com

/What an oh snap moment may look like.
 
2012-04-30 01:53:30 AM

Heron: PonceAlyosha: Heron: scarmig: ronin7: scarmig: Heron: scarmig: Gaw, the lack of understanding in this thread is unbelievable. Seriously. Azathoth *dreams* the entire universe into existence. The moment his unconscious, mad dream changes or ends, it *all* changes or ends. Everything. Galacticus. God. Batman. Everything. An insane dream.

Morans.

True, but could Azathoth use that in a fight? The whole point is that Azathoth isn't aware of what it is or of the fact that it is dreaming. To maintain its entertainment, Azathoth's avatar in the dream would keep its true self asleep during any fight it happened to find itself in. Azathoth could certainly unmake everything by waking up, but that isn't really an ability it can wield consciously.


But the parameters are "strongest fictional character". On the scale of immensity, dreaming the entire universe into existence pales all other measures of ability. Everything within that dream serves to continue or end the dream, with no knowledge of what circumstances could result either way. It allows all possible universes to exist, yet none escape its scope.

Azathoth wins, on sheer scale of immensity and totality.

Then also in the running is the Jack Kirby-like god who drew multiple universes into existence seen in The Fantastic Four, and his mysterious 'collaborator' 'nough said indeed.

All a figment of Azathoth's fevered insane dreams.

And Azathoth, merely another figment of Haruhi's imagination, subconsciously willed into being to stave off the boredom of infinity.

You guys are arguing the singularity. At a certain height of power, the distinctions between omnipotent beings cease being be.

Pretty much. It's sort of interesting if you think about it; if Azathoth awakes, Haruhi ceases to be, if Haruhi get's bored, Azathoth ceases to be. It's a regular Double Mobius Reacharound.


Buttfarked by the rigors of paradox space..
 
2012-04-30 02:01:58 AM
Based on this event, I vote Green Lantern Hal Jordan. Even the Guardians were scared of him after that.

4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-04-30 02:04:26 AM

Summer Glau's Love Slave: scalpod: TheHopeDiamond: I spent some time thinking about stuff like this once.

And then I turned 13. Jeez people, at least TRY to be adults.

Thanks for taking the time out of your busy adult life to post on Fark.com chastising everyone. That's helpful.

[royalboiler.files.wordpress.com image 400x393]

/What an oh snap moment may look like.


also apropos:

farm8.staticflickr.com
 
2012-04-30 02:09:03 AM
Man, I've enjoyed reading this thread. I never followed comics like I did when I was 16 and had the best job I ever will, working in a comics store. Crazy to see how far a lot of these storylines have gone since I stopped watching the watcher.
 
2012-04-30 02:14:11 AM

Heron: PonceAlyosha: Heron: scarmig: ronin7: scarmig: Heron: scarmig: Gaw, the lack of understanding in this thread is unbelievable. Seriously. Azathoth *dreams* the entire universe into existence. The moment his unconscious, mad dream changes or ends, it *all* changes or ends. Everything. Galacticus. God. Batman. Everything. An insane dream.

Morans.

True, but could Azathoth use that in a fight? The whole point is that Azathoth isn't aware of what it is or of the fact that it is dreaming. To maintain its entertainment, Azathoth's avatar in the dream would keep its true self asleep during any fight it happened to find itself in. Azathoth could certainly unmake everything by waking up, but that isn't really an ability it can wield consciously.


But the parameters are "strongest fictional character". On the scale of immensity, dreaming the entire universe into existence pales all other measures of ability. Everything within that dream serves to continue or end the dream, with no knowledge of what circumstances could result either way. It allows all possible universes to exist, yet none escape its scope.

Azathoth wins, on sheer scale of immensity and totality.

Then also in the running is the Jack Kirby-like god who drew multiple universes into existence seen in The Fantastic Four, and his mysterious 'collaborator' 'nough said indeed.

All a figment of Azathoth's fevered insane dreams.

And Azathoth, merely another figment of Haruhi's imagination, subconsciously willed into being to stave off the boredom of infinity.

You guys are arguing the singularity. At a certain height of power, the distinctions between omnipotent beings cease being be.

Pretty much. It's sort of interesting if you think about it; if Azathoth awakes, Haruhi ceases to be, if Haruhi get's bored, Azathoth ceases to be. It's a regular Double Mobius Reacharound.


I wonder what Jack's up to...?
 
2012-04-30 02:40:19 AM

ActionJoe: First off, everyone picking comic book characters has got it wrong. They have been through so many iterations and inconsistencies that it is impossible to say they are complete characters. If the comic books developed them the same all the way through, that is fine.

The one fictional character that stands out for me is:

[sharetv.org image 340x255]

Scorpius from Farscape. He is a villain but also practical and intelligent. He is devious, he plans three steps ahead, and anytime you think you have him beat he pulls out a surprise. You do not always know his motives even when you think you do. He was the perfect character for the setting he was in.


He is a brilliant villain. I think what makes him stand out for me is the rare trait of patience. Scorpius will sit back quietly after a setback awaiting an opportunity or for his secret machinations to manifest. He is particularly effective for this coming immediately after the temperamental and hotheaded Crais.

/have I mentioned lately that I really like Farscape?
 
2012-04-30 02:52:39 AM

wildcardjack: Strongest Fictional Character? Let's go by the actual character of the character.

[upload.wikimedia.org image 200x240]

Raised out of the gutter; quit drinking; fought dragons; married into enough money that he owns half the city, still puts in too many nights on the streets; fights for equality by vindictively hiring people, trolls, midgets; uses science because it works and avoids magic unless it's clever. Found the rightful king of the city and still out ranks him. Wages wars to make peace. Fond of bacon.


I'd put money on Vimes over just about anyone else. The Ahnk-Morpork city watch can over power or out fox just about anyone and he IS the watch, at least its heart.
 
2012-04-30 02:54:16 AM
Hmm, Hulk has the most "physical" strength since his power is unlimited and he is unkillable, but he's easy to beat in a fight compared to most of the other characters mentioned, so I'm not sure why he's constantly mentioned. Meanwhile someone like Lobo, who is more powerful that Superman doesn't even warrent a mention.
comicattack.net

Of course all of that is irrelevant since several characters can just change reality around if they felt it too annoying that they couldn't physically overwhelm someone like Hulk or Lobo rendering the "strongest" label pretty much moot.
 
2012-04-30 03:20:22 AM
images1.fanpop.com
 
2012-04-30 03:31:52 AM
As above, depends on definition of strength. I would argue the question has only some semblance of credibility (as much as any such question can) if it relates to direct physical strength.

A lot of comments have the most powerful being as their answer, such as gods etc but none of these are necessarily strong, they just have magic/telekinesis/god powers that can lift lots of stuff.

Jean Grey could throw a building at you with her brain, but that doesn't mean she is strong.

It also ticks off other apparently strong characters, such as Superboy (Tactile Telekinesis), Dr Manhattan (Quantum manipulation), The Plutonion (Reality adjustment).

Even Goku gets booted from the list on this, as although he is superhuman strong his main power and finishing moves are all from magical chi manipulation, in a straight up "what can you lift off the ground" question he isn't in the same league.

Basically it gets down to a toss-up between Superman and The Hulk who are each respectively considered the strongest within their own universes.

By straight-up main continuity canon storylines Hulk wins, after all that is his schtick, being "the strongest there is", particularly since Doomsday beat Superman to death in a straight up hitting each other contest (yeah Superman is an idiot). Then they depowered Doomsday in subsequent stories, which gave Supes the top spot in DCU again.

Though if you are accepting What if? and Alternate Reality storylines Superman has the highest strength rating that has been put down on paper as a number rather than just being listed as "unlimited" or "incalculable" with All Star Superman giving him a strength to lift "200 quintillion tons"
 
2012-04-30 03:48:56 AM

degenerate-afro: Meanwhile someone like Lobo, who is more powerful that Superman doesn't even warrent a mention.



Lobo is a parody gone wrong with inconsistent powers. Kind of like Deadpool only less awesome.

Sometimes he's not as bad ass as a Superman, sometimes he can breathe in space and go toe to toe with the big guy. So it's really a crap shoot how powerful he really is.
 
2012-04-30 04:06:09 AM
images.wikia.com
 
2012-04-30 04:46:44 AM

Optimal_Illusion: ZeroCorpse: gozar_the_destroyer: jayhawk88: Doesn't seem like anyone has mentioned Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann yet, which seems to just about be the trump card in an Vs. battles, unless you start assuming things like The One Above All is a multiversal personification of God.

Although let's stop dumping on Hulk. Writers love to bring the Hulk in as a punching bag for their own characters to show off, but played fairly, there are very few non-cosmics in the MU that are taking Hulk down.

It is simple to kill the Hulk; you find Dr. Bruce Banner and rather than trying to capture him, you use a sniper to put a bullet in his head. Simple.

Well... First of all, Bruce Banner IS dead. The Hulk killed him.

Let me explain: The Hulk went to Dr. Doom and asked him to find a way to separate Bruce from the Hulk. Doom succeeded.

Without Hulk to be his monster, Bruce went full-on Mad Scientist, and made an island full of gamma-radiated animal-men who called him father. He was destructive and insane.

Hulk was petitioned to kill Banner. After a long fight to get to him, Hulk succeeded. Banner was utterly obliterated. Hulk still lives, and he's kind of regretting killing Banner now.

So this whole "shoot Banner in the head" idea? Even if Hulk and Banner were still one being, it wouldn't work. Banner probably wouldn't die (he's been thrown out of airplanes, landed in the cement as Banner, and got up as the Hulk) but even if he did, the Hulk has long been known to be a separate being; Not just Banner with gamma-growth.

Although Bruce did comment, during the Mr Fixit days, that he was afraid he'd fall during the early stage of Banner-to-Hulk transformation, crack his noggin on furniture and die, with a resulting headline of "Hulk Killed By Barcalounger!"


OK, kill him in the transformation.
 
2012-04-30 05:30:34 AM
Putting my money down on Yujiro Hanma and/or Kenshiro from Fist of the North Star.

Also would like to add Bayonetta. She punches God into the sun...so there is that.
 
2012-04-30 06:20:27 AM

sexy-fetus: [thebarking.com image 640x806]


Walker Texas Ranger was a very good law enforcement officer but a normal human so therefore weak. Just because he was portrayed by Chuck Norris means nothing. We're talking fictional characters here and Chuck is real so any powers Chuck might have cannot be counted, only those that Walker had.
 
2012-04-30 08:15:37 AM
Physically strongest: 1960's Superman.

Moves planets casually -- in the words of Fred Hembeck "probably more powerful than Galactus with the Cosmic Cube".
 
2012-04-30 08:37:34 AM
List fails without Buffy.
 
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