Oh good lord, you people cant even be original in your bias. Spare me this atmosphere nonsense, you've picked up. After 6 miles from the ground (30,000ft) there is no more oxygen to breath in earths atmosphere. And the atmposphere that in space (lacks any oxygen), is so thin that's its pretty much non existent. So learn 4th grade science before you start listening to DBZ deniest, insane retorts. I rank this retort right up there with dbz earth is smaller because their continents are different.
Frieza would disagree as he has almost drowned Goku before. Goku and the Z crew need air, there's no getting past that. The only characters from DBZ that can survive in space indefinitely are Frieza, Cell, and Buu IIRC.
Those are planetoids, aka large comets. Glory is grabbing planetoids, not planets. He's not even large enough in scale to Thor to grab planets.
Planetoids can range from the size of the Earth's moon to the size of Jupiter. Earth, for instance, is a planetoid. If Glory can toss them around and hold them in his hands like that he would at the very least be the size of a planet. If not bigger. Also, those pieces of rock (they are not planetoids) next to Thor look nothing like the things in Glory's hands. They are not that large, and do not not appear to have any sort of powerful gravitational field. They're just small asteroids, they do not even look like planetoids. Thor and Surfer are both light years away from Glory, and yet it still looks fucking huge in comparison. It would be even bigger once they got closer to it.
Once again, this is 2012. Not 1969. Thor, nor Hulk have the power to destroy planets with brute strength. Not gladiator, not silver surfer, not beta ray bill. Like i said, you people focus so much on scans from 50 years ago, and yet not one of you seems to be even remotely aware of the power levels of today's superheroes.
I think you are the one underestimating them, greatly.
Read a comic instead of grabbing edited scans out of respect threads.
And now with the accusations and arrogance, how quaint. How about you follow your own advice, and actually do some research on the characters?