Round One EMS Madara and Old Whitebeard.
Round Two Madara has his EMS and Rinnegan and Whitebeard is in his prime.
No Prep Time
Setting Valley of the End
Madara and Hashirama are too fast and agile to be overlapped by just Earthquakes.... Not just that but their impressive durability feats and overall raw power...
Life Wiper? So what, there's plenty of life wipers that get their ass rocked by a character that isn't even close to a life wiper.
Madara with the Kyuubi as an Island Buster+, and so is Hashirama too...
Hashirama has plenty of means to keep the battlefield under control with his Mokuton and other summonings
@othus12: Actually he's about an island level+ with the Bijuu Bomb and Susano'o Blade
Not just that but he sliced cleanly through at least 13 or 12 mountains within one swing
And not just that but Hashirama's Thousand Arm Goddess makes the Kyuubi's size look pale in comparison... That saying the Kyuubi is the size of a mountain itself... I would put Hashirama too on an island level due to the Wood Goddesses' amazing size.
@5th: show me the 13 mountains that got destroyed please? i dont remember that. besides this battle doesnt include kurama.
and hashirama hasnt really done anything so you cant say he is island buster.
this leaves us with madara vs whitebeard and let me tell you: whitebeard has the upper hand here.
@othus12: .....Hashirama's Wood Goddess dwarfs the Nine Tails and a plain of mountains.... It's literally large enough to destroy an island given by its size.
A long shot from the atmosphere on just how powerful both Madara and Hashirama are
Madara slices a large scale of mountains within a swing of his Susano'o Blade (I included the mountains from behind those he sliced as those could be seen blown away too.)
A combined Susano'o blade and Bijuu bomb reach the other end of a lake (Note it completely swallowed the land it hit)
Hashirama's Thousand Arm Goddess dwarfs the entire land and even the Nine Tails... And you're telling me the thing isn't an island buster? Just look at its size.
It’s way too long, haphazardly plotted and teases on being more than a joke machine without really following-through, but I laughed more at Anchorman 2 than almost any other comedy this year.