Marvel Vs Disney

Marvel Vs Disney

Suggested by Rorschach

Here we have the gang from Marvel going up against their newly acquired bosses from Disney.

Everything goes for both.

Does Marvel destroy the company that bought them, or does Disney show Marvel why they bought them?

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155 Comments on "Marvel Vs Disney"

  1. cyborg pirate ninja jesus December 31, 2010 at 10:35 am -      #1

    im gonna throw my vote in for marvel, however i think there might be a few surprises from disney….i think Genie was described by disney as omnipotent

  2. Asger December 31, 2010 at 10:39 am -      #2

    Aside from Genies, does Disney have people that are even Skyfather-level?

  3. JoshMcFace December 31, 2010 at 10:48 am -      #3

    Marvel.

    Cosmic pantheon, Ultimate Nullifier, Infinity Gauntlet etc etc.

    Genies are theoretically omnipotent but lack the feats needed to overcome the no limits fallacy.

    “Aside from Genies, does Disney have people that are even Skyfather-level?”

    Hercules gods perhaps? It’s been years since I watched the film so I personally have no idea what extent their powers reach.

  4. Envoy December 31, 2010 at 10:51 am -      #4

    DIsney’s cartoons give the middle finger to opmnipotence, and logic.

  5. Lowk December 31, 2010 at 11:00 am -      #5

    “DIsney’s cartoons give the middle finger to opmnipotence, and logic.”

    Aren’t cartoons generally unaffected by physical harm or age…..

    @envoy
    Is that… Colbert with a flaming sword?

  6. Damian December 31, 2010 at 11:02 am -      #6

    Marvel wins, Thanos Apocalypse,Doctor Doom Magneto,Punisher,Wolverine,not to mention the cosmic threats. No way Disney can win.

  7. bluefreXD December 31, 2010 at 11:05 am -      #7

    Cartoons in general flip-off all wordly logic, just look at Bugs Bunny

    I do have to side with Marvel on this one – too many immortal/omnipotent/overpowered characters in that universe. The Hercules Gods could be defeated with the Ultimate Nullifier, or Thanos with the Heart of the Universe

  8. Damian December 31, 2010 at 11:07 am -      #8

    I suggest this fight, Morgoth vs Hades vs Satan,this is the fight that I would like to see.

  9. cyborg pirate ninja jesus December 31, 2010 at 11:08 am -      #9

    “@envoy
    Is that… Colbert with a flaming sword?”

    it looks like it….ive seen that pic on 4chan tonnes of times

  10. bluefreXD December 31, 2010 at 11:10 am -      #10

    Wait, wouldn’t Disney come packed with Plot-Shielding just for the general nature of their universe?

    Just pictured Winnieh the Pooh defeating the Hulk…

  11. WaffleTosser December 31, 2010 at 11:18 am -      #11

    Better if this was marvel vs Nintendo…

  12. JoshMcFace December 31, 2010 at 11:20 am -      #12

    “Just pictured Winnieh the Pooh defeating the Hulk…”

    And then being transformed in to a herald of Galactus

    @WaffleTosser

    Been done, Marvel won

    www.factpile.com/marvel-vs-nintendo/#comments

  13. Damian December 31, 2010 at 11:28 am -      #13

    Galactus could destroy Disney all by himself,Disney has no chance.

  14. admin December 31, 2010 at 11:31 am -      #14

    @Damian – I got your request for the battle way too many times. I know you want this match, stop listing this everywhere on the site and all the times you’ve emailed me. This will be the last I speak of this.

  15. SinZero December 31, 2010 at 12:22 pm -      #15

    If there’s a pages’ worth of characters that can solo the opposition, you know the match is kinda one sided.

    Marvel dishes out cosmic level rape.

  16. Soldier's Shadow December 31, 2010 at 12:38 pm -      #16

    Don’t Disney’s characters defy all laws of physics, being cartoons and all? If so wouldn’t that make this a really long struggle between the two?

    Eh, Deadpool can handle any cartoon character. Just seems like his specialty…

  17. akelz7 December 31, 2010 at 12:44 pm -      #17

    @ envoy

    I love you. Just for your gravatar anyway

  18. Damian December 31, 2010 at 12:47 pm -      #18

    @ admin sorry,it will not happen again

  19. Sparks December 31, 2010 at 1:15 pm -      #19

    Darvel Vs. Misney

  20. Sparks December 31, 2010 at 1:16 pm -      #20

    Lol darvel vs misney sounds like a Harlem domestic dispute

  21. Chuck inglish December 31, 2010 at 1:23 pm -      #21

    “@ envoy
    I love you. Just for your gravatar anyway”

  22. Soul Eater :) December 31, 2010 at 2:03 pm -      #22

    I have to give the win to Marvel here, but Im looking for some facts that will make Disney win, because the only things I know that can give a edge to Disney are:

    Magic = Some characters from Disney have magic.

    Disney’s characters defy all laws of physics, being cartoons and all.

    They have Gene, to grant them any wishes to get the automatic win.

    Thats all I know, I have to make some search for bout to make my vote.

  23. Krazycrismore December 31, 2010 at 2:08 pm -      #23

    “Eh, Deadpool can handle any cartoon character. Just seems like his specialty…”

    seconded, and thirded by my gravatar.

  24. Negative Zero December 31, 2010 at 2:15 pm -      #24

    Marvel rapes Disney 100 times over with people like Galactus, Thanos, and The One Above All.

  25. Krazycrismore December 31, 2010 at 2:27 pm -      #25

    “Marvel rapes Disney 100 times over with people like Galactus, Thanos, and The One Above All.”

    You forgot Deadpool.

  26. Lowk December 31, 2010 at 3:05 pm -      #26

    So nobody is going to try to defend Disney? Alright I’ll try, let’s see Disney has….. a… um… oh they can converse with their audience. Thus persuading the marvel writers to create an epic retcon where every marvel character’s powers are delusions and that they are actually just mental patients in costumes. Except deadpool, because well he is Deadpool.

  27. Asger December 31, 2010 at 3:13 pm -      #27

    Toonforce doesn;t mean much when a single Impossible Man can take toonforce up to 11. And there’s a whole species of those insane little bastards.

  28. Negative Zero December 31, 2010 at 3:20 pm -      #28

    “You forgot Deadpool.”
    Yes I did.

  29. Negative Zero December 31, 2010 at 3:22 pm -      #29

    It sucks that Disney bought Marvel. I just hope Disney doesn’t gay them up or tone down on the violence.

  30. w00tm0ng3r December 31, 2010 at 3:27 pm -      #30

    When making universe matches, people need to start realizing that most of the comic companies literally have god on their side. Marvel has The One Above All, Image/Top Cow has Man of Miracles, and DC has the Presence (can’t think of one for Dark Horse, but they probably have one. In any case they have both Hellboy and Hellsing). It is by definition impossible to beat these universes. You can only force a draw.

  31. Lowk December 31, 2010 at 3:33 pm -      #31

    “When making universe matches, people need to start realizing that most of the comic companies literally have god on their side.”

    Didn’t one of Disney’s animated movies follow a biblical tale? I think it had Moses or something.

  32. Envoy December 31, 2010 at 3:43 pm -      #32

    Yes, it is colbert.

    We need to remember that a bunch of Disney narrators can and have actively influenced the story they’re narrating.
    /open book
    “All the marvel characters sat down for tea, and died.”
    /close book
    /roll credits
    profit

    “Didn’t one of Disney’s animated movies follow a biblical tale? I think it had Moses or something.”
    That’s dreamworks but I’ll look other things up…I guess.

  33. theobserver December 31, 2010 at 3:52 pm -      #33

    Depending on if the narrators actually count as “omnipotent” or not decides this match for becoming either a stalemate or a stomp in Marvel’s favor.

  34. AkumaTh December 31, 2010 at 4:15 pm -      #34

    If everything of Disney is allowed for Disney’s side, wouldn’t that mean also Marvel? And if not, they got a lot of stuff they could use.

    For example, thanks to their ownership to Jetix, they got access to the Dark Ones from Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go! Don’t know what they’re capable of, but it sounds powerful.

    Thanks to Yin Yang Yo, they could theoretically turn all the mortals of the Marvel Universe into stone thanks to their Woo Foo. More research must be made for a better defense for Disney.

    As for Negative Zero’s comments, turn your attention to “Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes” on Disney XD.

  35. Lowk December 31, 2010 at 4:25 pm -      #35

    “As for Negative Zero’s comments, turn your attention to “ Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes” on Disney XD.”

    That wasn’t to bad except for the intro music. Why can’t shows just go with pure instrumental themes like short guitar rifts?

  36. Envoy December 31, 2010 at 4:29 pm -      #36

    “For example, thanks to their ownership to Jetix, they got access to the Dark Ones from Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go! Don’t know what they’re capable of, but it sounds powerful.”
    Doesn’t that mean that they also get multiple seasons of power rangers, spectacular spiderman, and kingdom hearts?

    Not to mention the 80+ years of reality-ignoring cartoons.

  37. Sparks December 31, 2010 at 4:35 pm -      #37

    I didn’t say she was crazy, I said she was fucking goofy.

  38. Envoy December 31, 2010 at 4:38 pm -      #38
  39. Blazing Waffles December 31, 2010 at 5:10 pm -      #39

    Marvel, because of one, and ONLY one reason.

    And that’s Deadpool.

  40. midnite marauder December 31, 2010 at 5:37 pm -      #40

    Don’t sleep on Disney. It has some truly powerful characters in it. A shit load of magicians, a shit load of Gods, a shit load of pretty much everything actually. Plus each character, very much like Marvel, has multiple incarnations of the same person. For example Donald Duck has multiple incarnations such as Maui Mallard and Cold Shadow. Mickey Mouse has multiple incarnations such as a magician, a key sword wielder, and the wielder of that paint shit in Epic Mickey. So like I said before don’t sleep on them. Also since this is Disney does that include all of its assets as well?

  41. AkumaTh December 31, 2010 at 6:24 pm -      #41

    As for Religion and Disney, they did shorts about Noah’s Ark, not a movie. In fact They made three.

  42. w00tm0ng3r December 31, 2010 at 6:39 pm -      #42

    “Don’t sleep on Disney. It has some truly powerful characters in it. A shit load of magicians, a shit load of Gods, a shit load of pretty much everything actually. Plus each character, very much like Marvel, has multiple incarnations of the same person. For example Donald Duck has multiple incarnations such as Maui Mallard and Cold Shadow. Mickey Mouse has multiple incarnations such as a magician, a key sword wielder, and the wielder of that paint shit in Epic Mickey. So like I said before don’t sleep on them. Also since this is Disney does that include all of its assets as well?”

    Yes Disney has plenty of powerful characters. The problem is, when going up against obscenely overpowered comics universes, powerful just doesn’t cut it. On this kind of scale, it’s “omnipotent or GTFO”. What we need to do is find out if DIsney has a genuinely omnipotent character admissible for this debate. If they do, it’s a draw; if they don’t, they lose. It’s as simple as that.

    The other option is, well, DIsney owns Marvel at the moment so…

  43. bluefreXD December 31, 2010 at 6:43 pm -      #43

    There are a few things for Disney’s favour

    1) They give omnipotence like rice-crispy squares on a bake sale

    2) They have a bunch of omnipotent equips (e.g. the thinner/paint in Epic Mickey)

    3) A lot of power hitters (sephiroth, the power rangers etc etc)

    So, I guess Disney can stand a chance, but The One Above All is sort-of like an auto-win for Marvel, cause..well…it’s The One Above All

  44. Envoy December 31, 2010 at 7:30 pm -      #44

    “Mickey Mouse has multiple incarnations such as a magician, a key sword wielder, and the wielder of that paint shit in Epic Mickey.”
    The Scorer’s Apprentice and “Epic”(I use the term lightly) Mickey are the same Mickey we’ve known for around a century, King Mickey is a totally different version.

  45. Michael50210 December 31, 2010 at 7:35 pm -      #45

    Wait, DISNEY bought MARVEL???
    I see serious retconning happening to Marvel

  46. Orpheus12 December 31, 2010 at 7:45 pm -      #46

    Don’t fuck with Mary Poppins, I swear she’s a time lord.

  47. Envoy December 31, 2010 at 7:55 pm -      #47

    “I see serious retconning happening to Marvel”
    Marvel is still its own company, nothings gonna change, Disney is just handing out Marvel’s brochures. Old News.

  48. Krazycrismore December 31, 2010 at 8:11 pm -      #48

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=uyYb_r4cZHE
    I believe that this really relates to this discussion.

  49. Maria Veldez December 31, 2010 at 8:31 pm -      #49

    I think Disney should woop Marvel haha :PP I’d love to play as the Disney characters though.

  50. bluefreXD December 31, 2010 at 8:53 pm -      #50

    @ Krazy
    That was quite awesome – I loled at the end

  51. Deadpool December 31, 2010 at 9:22 pm -      #51

    Marvel will win! Look i can see that genies are powerful but nothing compared to galactus,doctor strange, and the watcher!And cartoons do undergoharm or else they wouldnt have any conflicting movies,or kingdom hearts games!
    Power to the people!

  52. The Geek Lord January 1, 2011 at 2:14 am -      #52

    Hmmm…..I love both universes so very much…both have helped shape me into the tween I am today….But I can’t put a finger on who would win.
    I guess Marvel would take this in the long run…IDK. HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! Looking forward to better fights and way less rolfstomps.
    @Krazy
    I’ve already seen that. Funny though.

  53. CIDE January 1, 2011 at 2:30 am -      #53

    “Aside from Genies, does Disney have people that are even Skyfather-level?”

    Jafar

    “Hercules gods perhaps? It’s been years since I watched the film so I personally have no idea what extent their powers reach.”

    They were powerful but not omnipotent.

    “Cartoons in general flip-off all wordly logic, just look at Bugs Bunny”

    HAMMERSPACE! No…STOP! HAMMER TIME!

    “Don’t Disney’s characters defy all laws of physics, being cartoons and all? If so wouldn’t that make this a really long struggle between the two? ”

    Wouldn’t pain thinner solve this problem? It has actually been done in cartoons before.

    “They have Gene, to grant them any wishes to get the automatic win.”

    Genie is free and thus doesn’t grant wishes anymore. I recall “free” Genie’s being weaker too.

    ““Eh, Deadpool can handle any cartoon character. Just seems like his specialty…”

    seconded, and thirded by my gravatar.”

    Stop taking my lines or my Gravatar will end your’s.

    “We need to remember that a bunch of Disney narrators can and have actively influenced the story they’re narrating.
    /open book
    “All the marvel characters sat down for tea, and died.”
    /close book
    /roll credits
    profit”

    The Narrators don’t actually control the events. If you remember if they said something the character wasn’t doing or didn’t do there could potentially be an argument. I recall Bugs even showing the Narrator the script in one cartoon and putting the Narrator in his place.

    “Doesn’t that mean that they also get multiple seasons of power rangers, spectacular spiderman, and kingdom hearts? ”

    They perhaps get a few seasons of Rangers (but none of the good ones) and yes, Kingdom Hearts.

    “The other option is, well, DIsney owns Marvel at the moment so…”

    Duuude, I forgot about that. Marvel Vs itself and more.

    “3) A lot of power hitters (sephiroth, the power rangers etc etc)”

    Comparatively speaking neither of the examples given are “power hitters”.

    Anyway, assuming Disney does NOT get Marvel as it owns it then I can’t see how Disney wins.

  54. man January 1, 2011 at 3:07 am -      #54

    That turtle (Troubadour) fromThe Three Musketeers movie, he’s the narrator and influences the plot.

  55. Asger January 1, 2011 at 7:44 am -      #55

    Unless it’s genuine omnipotence, it doesn;t make a difference.

    And even if we took omnipotence out, the ammount of omniversal, multiversal, and even universal beings put them well out of Disney’s reach.

    Mad Jim Jaspers, The Fury, Mandragon, Eternity, Multieternity, Abraxas, Any Infinity Gauntlet weilder, all well above Disney. And like I said before Impossible Men already own toonforce users.

  56. man January 1, 2011 at 8:17 am -      #56

    Was “Who Framed Roger Rabbit” a Disney production?
    If so, then the antics of the Looney Tunes as well as Walter Lantz himself is put into play (Woody Woodpecker talks directly to Walter Lantz, as he makes personal appearances in to Woody Woodpecker show)

  57. Asger January 1, 2011 at 8:44 am -      #57

    By your logic, if Disney gets the Loony Tunes for a one-off appearance in that movie, then Marvel gets access to DC and Image for their own crossovers.

    And it doesn’t work that way.

  58. man January 1, 2011 at 9:04 am -      #58

    Pity.
    There goes one more trump card.
    Next?
    I’m thinking of those aliens from Chicken Little, then I imagined Galactus burping, then we see one of the aliens’ ships coming out of his mouth, as scrap.

  59. bluefreXD January 1, 2011 at 9:11 am -      #59

    @ CIDE
    For the power hitters…I really was just desperate for a third point, no argument is complete without a THIRD point.

    @ McFace
    His Ultimatum of Awesomeness Jar of Hunny would beat the Ultimate Nullifier any day… don’t mess with Winnieh
    mrbadak.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/winnie-the-pooh-violent.gif

  60. Envoy January 1, 2011 at 12:17 pm -      #60

    ‘The Narrators don’t actually control the events. If you remember if they said something the character wasn’t doing or didn’t do there could potentially be an argument. I recall Bugs even showing the Narrator the script in one cartoon and putting the Narrator in his place.”
    I was talking about narrators like in “The Adventures of Winnie the Pooh” where they influence the world through word and actions(giving the characters goals, fixing their problems, turning the page to advance the story), it’s this narrator that views both sides of the debate as a book(or comic) and does what he wants.

  61. Lowk January 1, 2011 at 12:47 pm -      #61

    “The Narrators don’t actually control the events. If you remember if they said something the character wasn’t doing or didn’t do there could potentially be an argument. I recall Bugs even showing the Narrator th script in one cartoon and putting the Narrator in his place.”

    Dave the Barbarian’s narrator is an actual character in the show he both could change the story according to what he said and often had conversions with the other characters about the events. He also apparently is the voice for candlejack so he

  62. Overpowered January 1, 2011 at 1:04 pm -      #62

    I am fore sure going for Marvel, but I will try to think of some Disney stuff….

    Does Disney get the Sands of Time, due to Prince of Persia? Uh… it gets Zeus, Hades, and more… along with Power Rangers I believe. Phineas and Ferb actually has some interesting weapons. I’ll try to remember some. (Perry the Platypus is amazing, and if all of Disney is destroyed in the battle, he lives. Just because.) Phineas and Ferb has some space-faring races, as does Lilo and Stitch, Wall-e, Escape to Witch Mountain, and Toy Story. I believe Toy Story (in the Buzz Lightyear adventure cartoon) has a device that controls the mind of everything in the universe. Disney has countless fairies and such. They’ve had a few movies involving super heroes, such as the Incredibles and Sky High.

    Uh, there is more. Still thinking. However, I am gonna stay on Marvel’s side for now.

  63. George Liquor January 1, 2011 at 1:30 pm -      #63

    I think Marvel would win.Eternity, Galactus, Dr Doom, Magneto,Thor, Thanos, Prof X. and Dr Strange, Disney can’t match the raw power of any of those guys and that’s just a small sample of what Marvel can through at Disney.

  64. Asger January 1, 2011 at 1:55 pm -      #64

    If narration is a power, then it’s Doctor Strange’s for the taking. He has a habit of stealing powers.

  65. CIDE January 1, 2011 at 3:47 pm -      #65

    “Mad Jim Jaspers, The Fury, Mandragon, Eternity, Multieternity, Abraxas, Any Infinity Gauntlet weilder, all well above Disney. And like I said before Impossible Men already own toonforce users.”

    Why does everyone forget The Beyonder?

  66. AkumaTh January 1, 2011 at 5:19 pm -      #66

    “Dave the Barbarian’s narrator is an actual character in the show he both could change the story according to what he said and often had conversions with the other characters about the events.”

    I forgot about that show. With someone being in that narrator’s position, they could pretty much make up anything they want (as the episode where Chuckles the Silly Piggy tried to use the Narrator to his advantage but near the end changed it to a space show because the narrator lost his voice).

  67. AkumaTh January 1, 2011 at 5:37 pm -      #67

    In case people wish for proof, here’s the episode in question.

  68. Negative Zero January 1, 2011 at 8:22 pm -      #68

    What do my comments have to do with Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heros?

  69. AkumaTh January 1, 2011 at 9:52 pm -      #69

    @NZ – You said…
    “It sucks that Disney bought Marvel. I just hope Disney doesn’t gay them up or tone down on the violence.”

    One year after being bought, Avengers: EMH which is pretty good. And also Marvel Vs Capcom 3 coming soon.

  70. TurtleCommando January 1, 2011 at 9:56 pm -      #70

    Nothing to do with this at all but… the electric chair was invented by a dentist wtf?
    All I’m saying is this… narrators and physics/reality bending toons ftw.

  71. Paladino January 2, 2011 at 12:26 am -      #71

    isney wins because

    Disney own marvel and having the most coolest superhero ever the Paperinik aka Donald Duck

  72. Lowk January 2, 2011 at 12:44 am -      #72

    I wonder, how would Sora vs Wolverine go?

  73. Envoy January 2, 2011 at 1:22 pm -      #73

    “I wonder, how would Sora vs Wolverine go?”
    He would literally beat the soul out of him.

  74. Envoy January 2, 2011 at 1:30 pm -      #74

    Sora would, I mean.

  75. Rorschach January 2, 2011 at 1:45 pm -      #75

    Thanks for Posting Admin!

    So does Marvel win?

    I haven’t been posting for a week… I wansn’t able to get acess to a computer…

    Happy New Year(I know it was yesterday)!

  76. CIDE January 2, 2011 at 1:47 pm -      #76

    ““I wonder, how would Sora vs Wolverine go?”
    He would literally beat the soul out of him.”

    Since when did Sora have the power to do that?

  77. Blazing Waffles January 2, 2011 at 1:58 pm -      #77

    Reality bending isn’t an actual ability that Disney possesses. That was for comedic purposes only.

    Anyway, as many have already said, Marvel has TOAA. He’s not just God, he’s GOD. As in, the one God “above” every other, in any form of fiction.

    Marvel wins.

  78. Lowk January 2, 2011 at 2:11 pm -      #78

    “Reality bending isn’t an actual ability that Disney possesses. That was for comedic purposes only.”

    In the case of Dave the Barbarian’s Narrator, he is an actual character(apart of the cast) whose role is to tell the story. If he tells something in the story to change it happens.

    “Anyway, as many have already said, Marvel has TOAA. He’s not just God, he’s GOD. As in, the one God“above” every other, in any form of fiction.”

    If this is true
    “As for Religion and Disney, they did shorts about Noah’s Ark, not a movie. In fact They made three.”
    Does that mean Disney has God on there side?

  79. Blazing Waffles January 2, 2011 at 2:14 pm -      #79

    “If this is true
    “As for Religion and Disney, they did shorts about Noah’s Ark, not a movie. In fact They made three.”
    Does that mean Disney has God on there side?”

    God, yes, but TOAA is “above” Him.

  80. Lowk January 2, 2011 at 2:26 pm -      #80

    God, yes, but TOAA is “above” Him.”

    I know were this could go, I hope it doesn’t though. Just in case it does go there.
    *puts on religion-based-debate resistant suit* you know just incase.

  81. Envoy January 2, 2011 at 2:47 pm -      #81

    “Since when did Sora have the power to do that?”
    Since ever.

    “Reality bending isn’t an actual ability that Disney possesses. That was for comedic purposes only.”
    Which is why they should win, for comedic purposes only.

    “Anyway, as many have already said, Marvel has TOAA. He’s not just God, he’s GOD. As in, the one God “above” every other, in any form of fiction.”
    Good thing there are characters from Disney that kind of go beyond fiction.

    “God, yes, but TOAA is “above” Him.”
    Why?

  82. JoshMcFace January 2, 2011 at 2:48 pm -      #82

    TOAA has total power over an undisclosed (possibly infinite) amount of multiverses, Bible God lacks such feats to back up claims of omnipotence.

    There, I said it.

  83. JoshMcFace January 2, 2011 at 2:51 pm -      #83
  84. Negative Zero January 2, 2011 at 3:25 pm -      #84

    Wolverine would mutilate Sora. Sora has NOTHING to effect Adamantium or any polymorphing abilities. Sora would probably float around screaming firagagaga or thundagagaga and tire himself out. The fight would end with 3 Adamantium claws through Sora’s face (I would LOVE to watch that).

  85. Overpowered January 2, 2011 at 5:27 pm -      #85

    @ JoshMcFace:

    As much as I enjoy your username, I must say, your Bible God comment was surprisingly ignorant. The Bible God is above everything. Like, of all time. *Kanye West appears* Of all time!

  86. JoshMcFace January 2, 2011 at 5:38 pm -      #86

    @Overpowered

    As much as I enjoy your Kanye West comment, I was sort of joking.

  87. AkumaTh January 2, 2011 at 6:49 pm -      #87

    “TOAA is also semi-beyond fiction, that’s sort of his whole deal.”

    So he’s sort of like the Narrator from Dave the Barbarian, except he has to draw everything.

  88. ://hack=infiniticomplex January 2, 2011 at 7:41 pm -      #88

    And God is not classified under “fiction” or “mythology”, God’s books show up in the religion section of Borders/your bookstore of choice. You know, that concept people have been killing each other over for several thousand years. Perhaps you don’t want to lead the argument, even jokingly, towards religion.
    @NZ Sora’s FTL (proof in Sora vs Pain, among others) and does have the power to bash the soul out of an enemy, thats what happens every time he kills a Heartless and the heart floats away. I don’t think that would happen, and IDK if he can do that to people, but it’s just something to keep in mind.
    Back to all the TOAA arguments, Marvel can only call him the top god in their multiverse, because they have no power over the creations of other companies. He is an omnipotent being that is greater than every other being created by Marvel, but he is not greater then every other being period. IIRC, he’s depicted as the author at his desk in his semi-nonfiction appearance, presumably taking place on actual Earth, the planet I sit on as I write this comment. Which would mean I can kill TOAA. Which would mean God (if we’re giving Disney access to the Biblical God) could do whatever he wants to him.

  89. CIDE January 2, 2011 at 8:08 pm -      #89

    “@NZ Sora’s FTL (proof in Sora vs Pain, among others) ”

    ROFL…no.

    “Back to all the TOAA arguments, Marvel can only call him the top god in their multiverse, because they have no power over the creations of other companies. He is an omnipotent being that is greater than every other being created by Marvel, but he is not greater then every other being period. IIRC, he’s depicted as the author at his desk in his semi-nonfiction appearance, presumably taking place on actual Earth, the planet I sit on as I write this comment. Which would mean I can kill TOAA. Which would mean God (if we’re giving Disney access to the Biblical God) could do whatever he wants to him.”

    If he’s the writer at the desk then he would still be above a Narrator considering he wrote even the narrator (or Disney’s respective writer) into existence. Only thing higher than him is like…the producer (MAYBE).

  90. Rorschach January 2, 2011 at 8:34 pm -      #90

    What IS the most resilient parasite?

    An IDEA.

    Writers, Narrators, Producers, etc. first have an IDEA to become a writer, narrator, producer, etc.

    That idea takes hold of them; grows to define their reality.

    I had an IDEA to make this comment, and post it. Admin had an IDEA to make Factpile. Christopher Nolan had an IDEA to make a movie called INCEPTION.

    I could go on forever… The idea is above them all(UNLESS it can take hold…)…

    @everyone
    Should I just get rid of the omnipotents? But then again Disney will not have much of a chance…

    I remember OriginalA typing something saying that once more than 1 omnipotent comes into play, it is a draw, unless they’re taken out.

  91. Lowk January 2, 2011 at 9:07 pm -      #91

    “Should I just get rid of the omnipotents? But then again Disney will not have much of a chance…”

    Without omnis, disney still has a few fighters I think.
    -A composite Mickey is as agile as yoda, has access to magic, and can erase characters from existence with that paint brush.
    -Sora and Riku(lol) are pretty fast and strong
    -The rest of kingdom hearts crew who have magic, a near limitless supply of heartless and anime physics.
    -Buzz lightyear cartoon crew: filled with an entire army with ftl ships and possibly jetpacks(there like futurama with space travel), lasers as primary weapons, and a bunch of other absurd sci-fi-techno-WTF stuff.
    -The incredibles characters.
    -dark wing duck.
    -the thing with the space ducks.

    There are some others but frankly I tired of remembering the the crap I use to watch when I was younger…. and also the crap I have to watch when I help babysit my cousin.

  92. Lowk January 2, 2011 at 9:16 pm -      #92

    “filled with an entire army with ftl ships and possibly jetpacks”

    Just to clarify, I don’t mean they possibly have jetpacks; everybody and their mother seemed to have them. I mean the jetpacks were possibly ftl capable, at least I think Buzz & crew were.

  93. Based God January 2, 2011 at 9:31 pm -      #93

    @lowK
    Sentry solos everyone you listed

  94. Believe It! January 2, 2011 at 9:34 pm -      #94

    I think Disney wins, because the have:

    Naruto Shippuden
    Kingdom Hearts = Overpowered
    The Power Rangers = I think?
    Toy Story = Whit the power of imagination, thats obviesly.
    Spectacular Spiderman
    Iron Man cartoon
    The incredible Hulk
    Jaws = Aquaman is in the water yes? so he gets screw.
    The X Men cartoon
    Sonic X
    Aladin = He can summon the Gene out of the lamp and say “Gene, I wish for all the enemies were stuck forevel in the sun” and the battle will end in Disney’s favor.

  95. Anarchist213 January 2, 2011 at 9:36 pm -      #95

    These universe battles usually just end up as one of the biggest and baddest from each universe being compared.

  96. Blazing Waffles January 2, 2011 at 9:53 pm -      #96

    @Everything “Believe It” posted.

    *Facepalms for the upteenth time this week*

  97. bluefreXD January 2, 2011 at 10:06 pm -      #97

    @ Anarchist213
    In this case, it’s ending with the “omnipotents” of both universes being compared – which sounds absolutely absurd.

    But that’s how it goes. On the other hand, the Narrator and TOAA cannot do anything against the Bible God, what’s stopping him from materialising Donald Trump and telling them their fired?

  98. Lowk January 2, 2011 at 10:18 pm -      #98

    @Based Inglish
    So True. If Mick developed FTL reflexes or could slow time he could erase him. Since this is not the case he gets the Sentry treatment like everyone else.

  99. Lowk January 2, 2011 at 10:27 pm -      #99

    Or since Disney owns marvel Mickey could do this

  100. MeowCatz January 2, 2011 at 11:37 pm -      #100

    I say Disney wins.

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