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Who's stronger Anime Characters, DC Characters or Marvel Characters?
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Posted 1/26/12

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haikinka i love itachi and goku but itachi is stronger in naruto s and goku is stronger in dbz
and we can say goku can bet itachi fast and we can say itachi can bet goku fast
50%goku win and 50%itachi win


You serious? Itachi could never blow up a whole planet without even trying that hard.
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haikinka yi im serious itachi %50 win what blow planet i did‘not see GOKU blow up planet and itachi kill all uchiha
in 1day and no 1 bet itachi in naruto or shippuden
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Posted 1/27/12 , edited 1/27/12

gotaksSS wrote:

haikinka yi im serious itachi %50 win what blow planet i did‘not see GOKU blow up planet and itachi kill all uchiha
in 1day and no 1 bet itachi in naruto or shippuden


Goku could blow up the whole planet and kill billions in his sleep.
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Anime, Hell, just get Light to write up Supermans name in his Death Note and Bam lol


LOL yeah kill everyone & just rule the world

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ok here you go. i saw an anime where a character has some kind of power control problem. basically he became a living nuclear bomb. and to end the short series, he blew up.

show me any marvel or DC series where the main character actually sets off a mega-nuke, let alone being one himself.
on top of that, tons of characters can use powers on a similar scale level. ie; half the folks in bleach at their peak levels.
plus there are herds of Gods in various anime... compared to occasional gods in all the DC series.

it's really just a silly and obvious answer to the question.

edit: if anyone -recognizes- that series i mentioned at the top, can you tell me what it is? i want to see it again.
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Posted 2/14/12 , edited 2/14/12

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HaxorKitty wrote:

Anime, Hell, just get Light to write up Supermans name in his Death Note and Bam lol


LOL yeah kill everyone & just rule the world



Problem is, what actually is Superman's name?
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Posted 2/14/12

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show me any marvel or DC series where the main character actually sets off a mega-nuke, let alone being one himself.
on top of that, tons of characters can use powers on a similar scale level. ie; half the folks in bleach at their peak levels.
plus there are herds of Gods in various anime... compared to occasional gods in all the DC series.

Apparently you have never heard of Captain Atom.

The problem with playing the "show me" card with comics is that there have been so many different continuities or universes, that just about anything you would ask someone for has existed at some point.


As to those "herds of gods" in anime, they are most often like Japanese deities; far from all-powerful.




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Problem is, what actually is Superman's name?

The problem isn't his name (Kal-el, which is known to the public in some continuities), but rather the fact he isn't human.

Literally the first rule in the Death Note:

The human whose name is written in this note shall die.

This problem had been pointed out earlier in this topic.

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Posted 2/14/12

haikinka wrote:


uzyehee wrote:


HaxorKitty wrote:

Anime, Hell, just get Light to write up Supermans name in his Death Note and Bam lol


LOL yeah kill everyone & just rule the world



Problem is, what actually is Superman's name?


Oh yeah...that's the problem..

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Posted 2/14/12
Anime character FTW!!

Anime has Uchiha Madara who is just entirely hacks.



Also, Kurosaki Ichigo who can't die even if he has a hole blown in his chest.

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Superman = Man of Steel
Gajeel(Fairy Tail) -> eats steel
Seems logical to me
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haikinka wrote:
Problem is, what actually is Superman's name?

The problem isn't his name (Kal-el, which is known to the public in some continuities), but rather the fact he isn't human.

Literally the first rule in the Death Note:

The human whose name is written in this note shall die.

This problem had been pointed out earlier in this topic


well, if you skip the human part.. from what i understand of the way the Death Note works, Kal-El, Superman, or Clark Kent would work. it's about the image of the person that you associate with the name. Thus why, if you can't associate the person to the name, it doesn't work even if you write it. (haven't actually seen it, but read lots of spoilerrific info)

when translating japanese, can "human" be also read as "person" ?
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youwannaroll wrote:
well, if you skip the human part.. from what i understand of the way the Death Note works, Kal-El, Superman, or Clark Kent would work. it's about the image of the person that you associate with the name. Thus why, if you can't associate the person to the name, it doesn't work even if you write it. (haven't actually seen it, but read lots of spoilerrific info)

when translating japanese, can "human" be also read as "person" ?

Japanese culture attaches a special significance to names not seen in most countries in the west, so I expect it literally has to be the name you were given at birth. For example, if you knew what an actor looked like but only knew their stage name, it wouldn't work. It has been a while since I have seen Death Note, but I think there may have been an example of this.

As for human vs. person translation from Japanese, as I recall, the Death Note rules were actually written in English:
http://deathnote.wikia.com/wiki/The_Rules_of_Death_Note
(click on the image of the page to view an enlarged version).


Of course if comic superheros existed in the same universe as the Death Note, the possessor of the Death Note would probably have more to worry about from Batman than Superman.

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when translating japanese, can "human" be also read as "person" ?

Japanese culture attaches a special significance to names not seen in most countries in the west, so I expect it literally has to be the name you were given at birth. For example, if you knew what an actor looked like but only knew their stage name, it wouldn't work. It has been a while since I have seen Death Note, but I think there may have been an example of this.

the example was when a person gave his name as being the same as a famous actor so that whenever Kira tried to write the name, the actors' image would appear in his head instead.

to me, this means that it is the name+ image that is significant, not just name or image alone.

bah, we're a couple of sad otaku aren't we... debating the finer points of something you've forgotten and i've never even seen. hahaha.
i'm going to have to watch it, before i carry on this argument any further.

don't wait up for me, tho.. you might end up looking like your avatar before i actually get around to it :p
Posted 2/14/12 , edited 2/14/12
Gurren Lagann had robots throwing galaxies.

I don't think anything went beyond that level of pwnage.
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Depends on the character, of course. Every media has its fair share of overpowered people.
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