Feat: Magneto, ‘AvX: VS’ #1

IN ADVANCED WARFARE

MAGNETO (ERIK LENSHERR)
EARTH-616

In ‘AVX: VS’ (2012) #1, “The Invincible Iron Man vs Magneto,” Magneto performs an energy projection feat. During the fight, Magneto siphons the interplanetary magnetic field of the heliosphere.

How much energy projection does it take for Magneto to siphon the heliosphere?

MAGNETO SIPHONED THE MAGNETIC FIELD OF THE HELIOSPHERE IN ORDER TO COUNTER IRON MAN’S INTERPLANETARY ABSORPTION OF NEARBY PLANETS’ MAGNETIC FIELDS WITH THE BLEEDING EDGE ARMOR.

MAGNETO GENERATED 3 MICRO GAUSS OF MAGNETIC FIELD STRENGTH, SIPHONING THE MAGNETIC FIELD OF THE HELIOSPHERE.

ENERGY PROJECTION FEAT:

SOLAR SYSTEM

                       

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Magneto counters Iron Man‘s interplanetary absorption of the interplanetary magnetic field with the Bleeding Edge Armor. Since Magneto uses the power of the sun we can assume it is the heliosphere.

We will use the heliosphere magnetic field strength to rate Magneto’s energy projection.

NUMBER CRUNCHING

According to The Heliosphere, Sol’s heliosphere has a magnetic field strength of 0.3 nanoTesla.

Let’s convert it in Gauss. One Gauss = 10^4 Tesla.

Magnetic Field = 0.3 nanoTesla = 0.3 * 10^-9 * 10^4 = 3 microGauss.

ENERGY PROJECTION

Magneto siphoned the energy of Sol’s heliosphere in order to counter Iron Man’s Bleeding Edge interplanetary energy absorption.

Magneto generated 3 microGauss of energy. Magneto had to generate a Solar System Level of Energy Projection in order to siphon the magnetic field of the heliosphere.

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Calculations for Magneto, ‘AvX: Vs’ #1

Magnetic Field = 0.3 nanoTesla = 0.3 * 10^-9 * 10^4 = 0.3*10^-5 G = 3*10^-6 G.


SOURCES

AVX: Vs Vol 1 1 in Marvel Database.
The Heliosphere in MIT.

Image Day: In “Gang War”, Mister Majestic Becomes The Poster Boy Of The 1990s Leading An Ultra-Violent W.I.L.D.C.A.T.s. Against Friends And Foes Alike

IMAGE DAY

In 'WildC.A.T.s: Covert Action Teams' (1997) #34, Mister Majestic incinerates Tao after surviving Ladytron going nuclear.
In ‘WildC.A.T.s: Covert Actions Teams’ (1997) #34, Mister Majestic incinerates Tao, after surviving Ladytron going nuclear AP Photo/Image Comics.

IN ADVANCED WARFARE

DURING “GANG WAR”, MISTER MAJESTIC LEADS THE WILDC.A.T.s. STRANDED ON EARTH

In “WildC.A.T.s: Gang War”, the space WildC.A.T.s. team is returning from their homeworld Khera, while Mister Majestic leads the WildC.A.T.s. on Earth. Mister Majestic must lead an inexperienced team against supervillain gangs in New York City. The WildC.A.T.s. team consists of: Mister Majestic, Tao, Savant, Ladytron and Condition Red. Issue #28 starts with the WildC.A.T.s.’ war on crime on the streets of New York.

Mister Majestic sees it as the beginning of a disaster. Mister Majestic harbors more lethal methods and incinerates the Zombots with his eye-beams. Ladytron (Maxine) and Condition Red (Max) then decide to go to Max’s local superhero bar called Clark’s Bar. Ladytron sees it as a date though Condition Red disagrees. At the bar, Max notices Vic Lazarr, a supervillain, has deposited a suitcase in the gentleman’s room. Before he can disarm it, it blows up the bar. Max ends up at the hospital.

In 'WildC.A.T.s' (1996) #28, Mister Majestic leads a new WildC.A.T.s. team in battle.
In ‘WildC.A.T.s: Covert Action Teams’ (1996) #28, Mister Majestic leads a new WildC.A.T.s. team in battle. AP Photo/Image Comics

MISTER MAJESTIC KILL COUNT: 6 ZOMBOTS.

BACK FROM THE “WILDSTORM RISING,” THE WILDC.A.T.s. ARE QUITTING

At the end of “Wildstorm Rising,” the WildC.A.T.s. flew a Daemonite ship into space in order to stop from exploding. Believing them dead, Mister Majestic and Savant set up a new team. They were transported on Khera where they found the Kherubims had won the Kherubim/Daemonite war. Deeply dissatisfied with Khera’s political affairs, they returned for Earth. In ‘WildC.A.T.s: Covert Actions Teams’ (1997) #29, returning to Earth, Mister Majestic attempted to recruit the members onto his team to fight the gang war, which had also recruited Team One. However, the WildC.A.T.s. original team declined and departed for Gamorra to aid Grifter.

The team consisted of Spartan, Void, Maul, Warblade and Zealot. Two members, Emp and Voodoo, quit the team. A day later, Ladytron checks on Condition Red, but she finds out from the doctor that Condition Red checked himself out of the hospital and quit the team. On Gamorra, the WildC.A.T.s. is under heavy fire. As Spartan manages the controls, they notice an armed troop carrier with the Stormwatch insignia and realize the U.N. has been called in. As they repel the boarders, their craft crashes lower and lower into the ocean. On the shore, Hunter-Killey Daimyo reports to Kaizen Gamorra that his enemies have been downed. Then Void teleports the WildC.A.T.s. on the island.

In 'WilC.A.T.s: Covert Action Teams' (1996) #29, Void teleports the WildC.A.T.s. on Gamorra.
In ‘WilC.A.T.s: Covert Action Teams’ (1996) #29, Void teleports the WildC.A.T.s. on Gamorra. AP Photo/Image Comics.

KILL COUNT: MISTER MAJESTIC INCINERATES KAIZEN GAMORRA WITH HIS EYE-BEAMS

In 'WildC.A.T.s: Covert Action Teams' (1996) #30, Mister Majestic incinerates Kaizen.
In ‘WildC.A.T.s: Covert Action Teams’ (1996) #30, Mister Majestic incinerates Kaizen with his eye-beams. AP Photo/Image Comics.

MISTER MAJESTIC KILL COUNT: KAIZEN

SHOWDOWN: LADYTRON GOES TOE TO TOE WITH OVERTKILL

In 'WildC.A.T.s: Covert Action Teams' (1996) #31, Ladytron goes toe to toe with Overtkill.
In ‘WildC.A.T.s: Covert Action Teams’ (1996) #31, Ladytron goes toe to toe with Overtkill. AP Photo/DC Comics

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REUNITED, THE WILDC.A.T.s. ARE ON THE HUNT FOR TAO AT HALO CORPORATIONS

The gang war continues in issues #31-34. In ‘WildC.A.T.s: Covert Action Teams’ (1996) #31, the gang war is all-out and the supervillains have abducted hostages in New York in order to make an ultimatum on the WildC.A.T.s. After Spartan reminds Zealot about his life with her as John Colt, declares his love for her and shares a kiss with her. Then, it is an all-out assault on the Mercs, Overtkill and the supervillain hostage Vic Lazarr.

In WildC.A.T.s: Covert Action Teams’ (1997) #32, during an exchange of fire, Grifter learns that Deathtrap wasn’t responsible for the attack on Clark’s Bar. Ladytron spots Vic Lazarr and goes in pursuit. After interrogating Lazarr, the heroes and villains realize they have been duped. Mister Majestic realizes the one responsible is Tao. His plan was to orchestrate surgical attacks on New York’s underworld, the attack on H.A.R.M.’s funeral in order to bring everyone under his command. Clark’s Bar’s bombing was meant to escalate the gang war between the WildC.A.T.s. and the criminal underworld.

In 'WildC.A.T.s: Covert Action Teams' (1997) #34, the WildC.A.T.s. are on the hunt for Tao.
In ‘WildC.A.T.s: Covert Action Teams’ (1997) #34, the WildC.A.T.s. are on the hunt for Tao. AP Photo/Image Comics.

KILL COUNT: MISTER MAJESTIC INCINERATES TAO

In 'WildC.A.T.s: Covert Action Teams' (1997) #34, Mister Majestic incinerates Tao after surviving Ladytron going nuclear.
In ‘WildC.A.T.s: Covert Actions Teams’ (1997) #34, Mister Majestic incinerates Tao, after surviving Ladytron going nuclear AP Photo/Image Comics.

MISTER MAJESTIC KILL COUNT: TAO (APPARENT DEATH)


FOOTNOTES

WildC.A.T.s: Covert Action Teams Vol 1 34 in Image Comics Database.
WildC.A.T.S: Gang War in Amazon.
WildC.A.T.s: Covert Action Teams Vol 1 28 in Image Comics Database.
WildStorm Rising in Image Comics Database.
WildC.A.T.s in Image Comics Database.
WildC.A.T.s: Covert Action Teams Vol 1 29 in Image Comics Database.
WildC.A.T.s: Covert Action Teams Vol 1 30 in Image Comics Database.
WildC.A.T.s: Covert Action Teams Vol 1 31 in Image Comics Database.
WildC.A.T.s: Covert Action Teams Vol 1 32 in Image Comics Database.
WildC.A.T.s: Covert Action Teams Vol 1 34 in Image Comics Database.

DC Day: During The “H’el On Earth” Storyline, Wonder Woman Bests Supergirl In Combat

DC DAY

In 'Supergirl' (2013) #17, Wonder Woman ties up Supergirl with the Lasso of Truth.
In ‘Supergirl’ (2013) #17, Wonder Woman ties up Supergirl with the Lasso of Truth. AP Photo/DC Comics.

IN ADVANCED WARFARE

FEAT: IN THE CENTER OF THE EARTH, SUPERMAN BENCH PRESSES THE EARTH FOR FIVE DAYS STRAIGHT

In 'Superman' (2012) #13, in the center of the Earth, Superman benchpresses the weight of the Earth in five days.
In ‘Superman’ (2012) #13, in the center of the Earth, Superman benchpresses the weight of the Earth in five days. AP Photo/DC Comics.

SUPERMAN, MEET H’EL!

Supergirl meets Clark at his apartment as Lois is visiting. When Lois departs, the two fly to Metropolis Centennial Park. Superman is surprised at Supergirl’s ability to speak English. She tells Superman she has made a friend who can help them restore Krypton. Immediately, H’el flies in. He introduces himself and tells Superman he was part of the space mission that would ultimately send Kal-El to Earth. However, he arrived 27 years after Kal-El.

Superman does not believe H’el and tries to convince Supergirl otherwise. At that moment, H’el teleports Superboy. Superman is shocked at H’el’s speed and at his violence. H’el tells Superman that he is going to kill Superboy, since being a clone he is considered an aberration whose species destroyed Krypton ages ago. A fight follows where H’el’s super powers outmatch Superman. Having defeated Superboy, H’el departs promising to restore Krypton with Kara’s help.

In 'Superman' (2013) #12, Superman battles H'el.
In ‘Superman’ (2013) #14, Superman battles H’el. AP Photo/DC Comics.

H’EL PLANS TO DESTROY THE SOLAR SYSTEM BY A REVERSE BIG BANG TO PREVENT KRYPTON’S DESTRUCTION

After an attack by H’el, a powerful Kryptonian, Superman visits Lex Luthor in a military prison designed to specifically hold him. General Garrison initially refuses to let Superman meet Lex Luthor, but Superman convinces him. Lex Luthor is held in a containment cube defended by antimatter cannons. H’el has taken control of Superman’s Fortress of Solitude and only the most intelligent mind on Earth can help him. Luthor has a scarred face which was caused by Superman. He reveals to Superman that he is aware of H’el and Superboy.

Superman asks if it is possible to go back in time in order to prevent the destruction of Krypton. Lex Luthor reveals Superman’s mind is second to his. He asks to speak with Superboy which results in an exchange about Superboy’s genetic structure. Luthor reveals it is possible by creating a reverse Big Bang that will destroy the solar system. Luthor tells Superman that the Man of Steel already guessed it, though he meant to ask whether it would have to kill H’el in order to prevent it. Superman and Superboy depart with the Man of Steel contacting the Justice League.

In 'Action Comics' (2013) #15, Lex Luthor imprisoned at a military facility, states Superman's mind is second to his.
In ‘Superman’ (2013) #15, Lex Luthor imprisoned at a military facility, states Superman’s mind is second to his. AP Photo/DC Comics.

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AS THE JUSTICE LEAGUE ATTACKS, WONDER WOMAN BESTS SUPERGIRL IN COMBAT

At the location of the Fortress of Solitude, H’el prepares his Star Chamber in order to time travel to the destruction of Krypton. Wonder Woman prepares to fight Supergirl. Though Wonder Woman admires Supergirl’s bravery, she has no sympathy for her misguided grief. In the mean time, Superman fights H’el. He scolds H’el for manipulating Supergirl’s grief to his nefarious ends. At that moment, H’el punches Superman into space.

Meanwhile, Wonder Woman has managed to tie Supergirl in her Lasso of Truth. She comments that though they are a close match in strength and speed, experience is the difference-maker. This is significant since in Post-Crisis continuity, Supergirl has been stated to be stronger than Superman. Though, however, Superman is ranked as stronger than Wonder Woman by Checkmate. Post-Flashpoint, Wonder Woman and Supergirl are matched physically.

In 'Supergirl' (2013) #17, Wonder Woman ties up Supergirl with the Lasso of Truth.
In ‘Supergirl’ (2013) #17, Wonder Woman ties up Supergirl with the Lasso of Truth. AP Photo/DC Comics.

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FOOTNOTES

Supergirl Vol 6 17 in DC Database.
Superman Vol 3 13 in DC Database.
Superman Vol 3 14 in DC Database.
Superman Vol 3 15 in DC Database.

Battles Of The Week: The New Teen Titans vs Deathstroke And Terra (Team vs Team)

BATTLES OF THE WEEK

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SYNOPSIS FOR “JUDAS CONTRACT”

The New Teen Titans face their most dangerous foe yet: Deathstroke, the Terminator. Using a mole, Deathstroke has infiltrated the Teen Titans and knows each member’s secret identities as well as strengths and weaknesses.

With the New Teen Titans defeated, Deathstroke delivers them to his employer, a secret organization called the H.I.V.E.

In the final cataclysmic battle, the Teen Titans battle Deathstroke and Terra!

IN ADVANCED WARFARE

THE NEW TEEN TITANS FIGHT A CATACLYSMIC BATTLE AGAINST DEATHSTROKE AND TERRA!
In 'The New Teen Titans: The Judas Contract', the New Teen Titans battle the menaces of Deathstroke and Terra.
In ‘The New Teen Titans: The Judas Contract’ (1984), the New Teen Titans battle the menaces of Deathstroke and Terra. AP Photo/DC Comics.

Enter the contestants in the Rocky Mountains. On the left side are the New Teen Titans and on the right side are Deathstroke and Terra.

Let’s look at the stats.

TEEN TITANS – NEW EARTH
SUPER-STRENGTH: METAHUMAN+
SUPER SPEED: WARRIOR+
DURABILITY: CITY BLOCK+
ENERGY PROJECTION: CITY
FIGHTING SKILLS: TEAM METAHUMAN
INTELLIGENCE: GENIUS+
WEAKNESS
  • Cyborg’s Missing Eye.
DEATHSTROKE AND TERRA – NEW EARTH
SUPER-STRENGTH: METAHUMAN
SUPER-SPEED: SUPERSONIC
DURABILITY: METAHUMAN
ENERGY PROJECTION: MOUNTAIN+
FIGHTING SKILLS: TEAM WARRIOR+
INTELLIGENCE: GENIUS
WEAKNESS
  • Terra’s Mental Instability.
  • Deathstroke’s Missing Eye.

CHECK OUT THE ACTION: CYBORG VS GRID.

THE FIGHT

The New Teen Titans have discovered the mole in their ranks. It is a cataclysmic battle against their most dangerous foe, Deathstroke the Terminator and Terra.

The battle to decide who is the true superhero!

DAMAGE SCALE



The fight starts with The New Teen Titans breaking up the fight between Deathstroke and Terra. Terra caves the ground below Beast Boy. Then, Wonder Girl restrains Terra. Deathstroke responds with a blast on Wondergirl. Then, Starfire attacks Deathstroke. Suddenly, Cyborg caves in the ground below Deathstroke and goes for the jugular.
Terra Geothermal Attack: 5 DAMAGE PTS.
Wondergirl Energy Manipultion Attack: 6 DAMAGE PTS.
Deathstroke Energy Manipulation Attack: 6 DAMAGE PTS.
Cyborg Concussion + Blunt Force Attacks: 3 DAMAGE PTS + 1 DAMAGE PT = 4 DAMAGE PTS.TING ATTACKS (x11): 12 DAMAGE PTS (x11) = 132 DAMAGE PTS.






On the following pages, it is an all-out battle between Deathstroke, Terra and the New Teen Titans. Following an attack by Changeling, Terra turns Changeling into mud. Terra also turns Nightwing into mud. In the following panels, Deathstroke cuts Cyborg’s right forearm with his sword.

Terra Geothermal Attack (x2): 5 DAMAGE PTS (x2) = 10 DAMAGE PTS.
Deathstroke Internal Bleeding Attack: 4 DAMAGE PTS.

Terra Geothermal Attack (x4): 5 DAMAGE PTS (x4) = 20 DAMAGE PTS.


The battle ends with a cataclysm with Terra going haywire and causing the cave to topple.

Terra Geothermal Attack (x6): 5 DAMAGE PTS (x6) = 30 DAMAGE PTS.

In the end, Terra is believed dead and Deathstroke is captured.

TOTAL


TITANS’S NEGATIVE DAMAGE: -40 DAMAGE PTS

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-40 DAMAGE PTS.

Energy Received By The Rocky Mountains From The Sun = (100*10^12 J/s*hr)/ (12*30*24 hr) = 11574074074.1 J/s.

-(40 DAMAGE PTS * 11574074074.1 J * 1 Ton of TNT)/(4.2*10^9 J) = -110.229276896 PTS * Ton of TNT.

DURABILITY: METAHUMAN+

DEATHSTROKE’S AND TERRA’S: -69 DAMAGE PTS

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-69 DAMAGE PTS.

Energy Received By The City Of New York = =(11*10^9 J/s*hr)/(12*30*24 hr) = 1273148.14815 J/s

-(69 DAMAGE PTS * 11574074074.1 J * 1 Ton of TNT)/(4.2*10^9 J) = -190.145502646 PTS * Ton of TNT.

DURABILITY: METAHUMAN

OUTCOME: THE NEW TEEN TITANS WIN BY DEATH

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DEATHSTROKE IN COMICS

In ‘New Teen Titans’ (1980) #2, titled ‘Today… the Terminator!’ marks the first appearance of Deathstroke in DC continuity.

In 'New Teen Titans' (1980) #2, titled 'Today... the Terminator!' marks the first appearance of Deathstroke in DC continuity.
In ‘New Teen Titans’ (1980) #2, titled ‘Today… the Terminator!’ marks the first appearance of Deathstroke in DC continuity. AP Photo/DC Comics

SOURCES

New Teen Titans: The Judas Contract in DC Database.
New Teen Titans Vol 1 2 in DC Database.

Image Day Series: Who Are The WILDC.A.T.s.?

IMAGE DAY SERIES

Dave Freeman

IN ADVANCED WARFARE

INTRO

You may have seen the TV show in the ’90s: Spartan, Grifter, Zealot, Warblade and Co. participate in a war between two alien races. The show was successful though it ended after Season 1. WILDC.A.T.s. was even made in a Super Nintendo video game.

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‘W.I.L.D.C.A.T.s.’ (1992) #1 SHOOK THE COMIC BOOK INDUSTRY

In ‘WildC.A.T.s’ (1992) #1, we are introduced to the Wild Covert Action Teams. AP Photo/Image Comics

Wildstorm was the dream of two childhood friends, artist Jim Lee and writer Brandon Choi. Early on, Lee worked for Marvel on projects like “Punisher War Journal” and “Uncanny X-Men.” His art got him notoriety and recognition.

Eventually, Lee quit Marvel and originally set up Homage Studio which would become “Wildstorm.” Then, Lee recruited his childhood friend, Brandon Choi and they would release their first comic “WildC.A.T’s: Covert Action Teams #1.”

WHO ARE THE W.I.L.D.C.A.T.s.?

Lee and Choi imagined the WildC.A.T.s. as a different brand of superheroes. The premise of the first issue was the millennial war between two alien races: the Kherubim and the Daemonites. Unfortunately, the war was transported to Earth and both races formed teams and organizations in order to eliminate each other.

The leader of the team was a Kherubim synthoid named Spartan. He recruited other Kherubim warriors such as Lord Emp, the Coda Warrior Zealot, the Kherubim Half Breed Maul, and Warblade who could change his body into weapons.

 

We are introduced to the concept of the Kherubim and Daemonites, two ancient alien races who have been at war for millennium and brought that war to earth thousands of years before. The Kherubim were immortal, very powerful, and human in appearance who breed with humans over the years creating super powered beings known as half-breeds in the process. The Daemonites are body snatchers by nature and inhabit key beings of power, such as their current leader Helspont who inhabits a powerful alien body. So by 1992 these two races had used Earth as a battleground and the war was ramping back up again. 

-“The WildCats: From The Beginning To The Wildstorm,” TC
Dave Freeman

VOLUME I

The first issues involved the WildC.A.T.s. fighting the threat of the Cabal. Four issues in, the WildC.A.T.s. had to face Rob Liefield’s Youngblood over the Daemonites having taken control of Vice President Dan Quayle. A modified Youngblood team took on Supreme in ‘Supreme’ (1992) #1.

The first crossover of the series was with Mark Silvestri’s “Cyber Force.” Two important characters were going to be introduced during Chris Claremont’s “the Gathering of Eagles”, who were Mister Majestic, the Superman analog, and Savant, Zealot’s sister. Alan Moore would take over the growing “Wildstorm” universe with issue #21.

In 'W.I.L.D.C.A.T.s.' (1994) #7, the W.I.L.D.C.A.T.s. meet Cyberforce for the first time.
Dave Freeman

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ALAN MOORE TAKES OVER ‘WILDC.A.T.s.’ IN VOLUME I

In 'WildC.A.T.s' (1996) #28, Mister Majestic leads a new WildC.A.T.s. team in battle.
In ‘WildC.A.T.s: Covert Action Teams’ (1996) #28, Mister Majestic leads a new WildC.A.T.s. team in battle. AP Photo/Image Comics

In the ’90s, though he was sought after, comic writer Alan Moore refused to work for DC and Marvel and remained secretive. Instead, he decided to work for growing comic companies and small-scale projects.

He found his way to Liefeld’s Extreme Studios to work on Supreme and Youngblood but also released the still unfinished 1963 through Image. Moore’s run on WildC.A.T’s could have been one of the most satisfying super hero stories I’ve ever read but was marred by replacement artist after replacement artist.

-“The WildCats: From The Beginning To The Wildstorm,” TC

In the “Homecoming” storyline, the WildC.A.T.s. are stranded on Khera while Mister Majestic and Savant are on Earth and believe them dead. During the run, Mister Majestic becomes the leader of the WildC.A.T.s. on Earth.

Dave Freeman

NEXT: WILDC.A.T.s. Face The Kherubim/Daemonite War. May 3rd.


SOURCES

The Wildcats: From The Beginning To The Wildstorm in TC.
WildC.A.T.s Vol 1 in DC Database.
Cabal in Image Database.
WildC.A.T.s in Image Database.
WildC.A.T.s: Covert Action Teams Vol 1 28 in Image Database.

Battles Of The Week: Ms. Marvel vs Rogue (Hero vs Hero)

BATTLES OF THE WEEK

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SYNOPSIS

The Avengers and the X-Men are at war. The Phoenix Five are five god-like X-Men that have decided to better the world. Ms. Marvel comes to seek Rogue in order to help her see the truth about the Phoenix Five.

IN ADVANCED WARFARE

MS. MARVEL AND ROGUE HAVE A FIGHT!
In 'X-Men: Legacy' (2008) #269, Ms. Marvel and Rogue fight over the Phoenix Five.
In ‘X-Men: Legacy’ (2008) #269, Ms. Marvel and Rogue fight over the Phoenix Five. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

Enter the two contestants in New Orleans. On the left side is Ms. Marvel, and on the right side is Rogue.

Let’s look at the stats.

MS. MARVEL – EARTH-616
SUPER-STRENGTH: CONTINENT
SUPER-SPEED: SUPERSONIC
DURABILITY: PLANETARY
ENERGY PROJECTION: MOUNTAIN
FIGHTING SKILLS: METAHUMAN
INTELLIGENCE: LEADER
PARAPHERNALIA
  • Captain Marvel’s Suit.
WEAKNESSES
  • None.
ROGUE – EARTH-616
SUPER-STRENGTH: MOUNTAIN
SUPER-SPEED: SUPERSONIC
DURABILITY: MOUNTAIN
ENERGY PROJECTION: MOUNTAIN
FIGHTING SKILLS: METAHUMAN
INTELLIGENCE: FIELD EXPERIENCE
PARAPHERNALIA
  • X-Men Blackbird.
WEAKNESSES
  • None.

CHECK OUT THE ACTION: COLOSSUS VS GLADIATOR.

THE FIGHT

Ms. Marvel seeking to help Rogue see through the current menace, is drawn into a fight. Will the past be repeated?

The battle to decide who is the true X-Man!

OUTCOME: ROGUE WINS BY INCAPACITATION

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MS. MARVEL IN COMICS

‘Marvel Super Heroes’ (1968) #13, marks the first appearance of Ms. Marvel in Marvel continuity. The issue features Carol Danvers as new security officer of the Cape, an army station as Mar-Vel goes undercover as Dr. Walter Lawson.

The issue was created by Don Rico and John Romita.

MS. MARVEL’S FIRST FEATURE ISSUE
Marvel Super Heroes' (1968) #13, marks the first appearance of Ms. Marvel in Marvel continuity. The cover shows Mar-Vel taking on Sentry.
Marvel Super Heroes’ (1968) #13, marks the first appearance of Ms. Marvel in Marvel continuity. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

NEXT BATTLE OF THE WEEK: CAPTAIN MARVEL (SHAZAM) VS THE LEGION OF DOOM. MARCH 18TH.

SOURCES

X-Men: Legacy Vol 1 269 in Marvel Database.
Carol Danvers (Earth-616) in Marvel Database.
Rogue (Anna Marie) (Earth-616) in Marvel Database.
Marvel Super-Heroes Vol 1 13 in Marvel Database.