Isn't that cute, Job is acting as if he has some sort of in-depth knowledge regarding Marvel when, again, he's forgetting to note that the Sentry's and Molecule Man's "Molecule Manipulation" is so powerful that it is basically reality warping.
He want feats though, and I have given him the Glory feat which he has misinterpreted and refused to acknowledge. He also misinterpreted the other feats as well, how quaint once again.
Marvel states no one is FTL without going through Hyperspace.
Where is this BS stated? Where? Or, are you just lying again? Thor can use hyperspace, that is true, but he is also FTL with the hammer.
How is me saying a scan floating around in which people claim superman is destroying a planet, was actually from a virtual reality world, that was collapsing (the truth) downplaying superman? Seriously, stop replying to this thread. You have had nothing to add since you've entered. You expect people to think Thor is the size of a planet just so you can wank Glory, and now this drivel?
I am not wanking Glory. You are greatly underestimating Glory, and obfuscating the truth. I already showed the scan of it holding planetoids. Have you even read the text that came along with it? Thor was using the winds of a thousand worlds and destroying the fabric of reality itself with it, and Glory roars literally became swarms of bugs that attacked a person's soul and mind. That moment of Glory grabbing Thor was most likely another of its psychic assaults or it messing with reality/shape shifting--whatever.
All you've proven is that you haven't actually read it. Either that, or you don't have the common sense necessary to understand what was happening in them.
Here are more feats, and let me remind you that the main 616 marvel continuity never had a full reboot so they are all still canon. Remember, read the text in the scans: http://www.comicbookmovie.com/fansites/BatmanvsWolverine/news/?a=47839
Second verse, same as the first.
It will be a cold day in hell before I stop posting this, et cetera.
I might as well add some more though.
Thor staggers/moves Mikaboshi with a blast of lighting.
This is its true form, and it manhandled Skyfather-level beings like Zeus. It also credited to destroying/absorbing a large portion of the entire Marvel Multi-Verse. 98% of it, if I remember correctly.
Thor VS Phoenix Force, the thing that eats suns and destroys solar systems.
Click on the images to enlarge them.
Thor manages to make Galactus budge. You know, the same guy who eats planets and has mastery over the Power Cosmic.
I've heard you mention something about Thor saving Rulk from the event horizon of a black hole as being a hoax. Well, you're wrong Job.
That's a FTL feat, am I right?
Thor out-races Ego the living planet. Also, another FTL feat.
Click to enlarge the images. So, there you go.
"A dimension accessible from Earth whose physical laws differ from Earth's in the following ways. First, it is possible to surpass the speed of light within hyperspace. Second, hyperspace is "warped" in comparison to Earth's dimension so that the distance between two points in hyperspace might be immensely shorter than the distance between the equivalent points in Earth's dimension. Interstellar travel is impractical for any sentient race that has not discovered the means off traveling through hyperspace in order to reach a destination in their own dimension. Hyperspace is also known as sub-space (which is sometimes confused with the Negative Zone) and warp-space. It is accessible through naturally occurring or artificially created nexuses in space called space warps."
In other words, you gave me just what I needed Job. Hyperspace is FTL, or rather the point where it is achieved. You see, that explains a lot. Thor having the ability to enter hyperspace basically means he can move at FTL speeds. Thanks a lot Job.
You made my job so much easier.
@shonen: I've gone over how inconsistent Marvel's power leveling is, and I trust that scan with mach "32" about as much as I trust the Power Grid system. Which is not at all. We have to go by feats here, shonen.
I've already shown the FTL feat with Ego the living planet. The only ones in denial here are you two. Now that I think about it, the only one mentioned being in hyperspace was Ego itself and not Thor. After all, Thor was referring to Ego when he was talking about hyperspace. There's a good chance Thor doesn't even need hyperspace then, to go at FTL speeds.
"and where did he acquire the means to access hyperspace?" Thor is referring to Ego, not himself.
And here's their race:
When in it, does Thor enter hyperspace exactly? Either it happens so quickly that it doesn't matter, or Thor is capable of FTL without hyperspace. It also mentions him crossing from one edge of the solar system to the other end of it. That race looked like it only took a few moments, so I'm guessing Thor crossed that distance in a few seconds or something.
That would be thousands of times the speed of light.
The only ones spouting nonsense here, are Job and shonen.
We went over how you posted links to a site that's not officially licensed by marvel. I posted Thor's official Marvel Stats from their Official Guide Books.. I know you're not smart enough to know the difference.
That's a lie. You have no access to the official guide book, only to the main site which is unreliable because of its inconsistencies. I've went over Mikaboshi on there, and I know Squirrel Girl is a joke character, but it still doesn't change the fact they officially ranked her with top stats. They're not reliable in a serious debate/match. Apparently, you can't comprehend what I was trying to say.