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Feat: Luke Cage, ‘Hero For Hire’ #9

In 'Hero For Hire' (1973) #9, Luke Cage damages Doctor Doom's armor with repeated punches.
 

 

LUKE CAGE
EARTH-616

In ‘Hero For Hire’ (1973) #9 titled “Where Angels Fear to Tread!”, Luke Cage performs a super-strength feat. Luke Cage borrows a sky craft from the Fantastic Four and storms Doctor Doom’s castle in Latveria to ask for his payment of 200 dollars. During the battle, Luke Cage damages Doctor Doom’s armor.

How much super-strength does it take to damage Doctor Doom‘s titanium alloy armor?

In 'Hero For Hire' (1973) #9, Luke Cage damages Doctor Doom's armor with repeated punches.
In ‘Hero For Hire’ (1973) #9, Luke Cage performs a super-strength feat. Luke Cage damages Doctor Doom’s armor with repeated punches. Photo/Marvel Comics

IN THE ISSUE, LUKE CAGE’S PUNCHES GENERATED 67,162,355,091 N OF FORCE. WITH 34452000 PSI OF STRESS CAUSING A 30 CM IN DIAMETER HOLE IN DOCTOR DOOM’S TITANIUM ALLOY ARMOR.

IMPORTANTLY, LUKE CAGE’S PUNCHES GENERATED THE EQUIVALENT OF 67,162,355,091 J OF WORK. SIMILARLY, ENOUGH THE ENERGY OF A SUPERNOVA CAPABLE TO DESTROY A CONTINENT.

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Luke Cage, ‘Hero For Hire’ #9

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Hero for Hire Vol 1 9 in Marvel Database.
Victor von Doom (Earth-616) in Marvel Database.
Luke Cage (Earth-616) in Marvel Database.

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