The Avengers Trailer Spoof (The Comic Book Guys)

Uploaded By thecbguys on 6/5/2013

The Comic Book Guys salute Marvel's THE AVENGERS and take up the roles of Captain America and Thor in this trailer spoof to assemble with the Earth's Mightiest Heroes in their own unique way!
Check out THE GUYS & THE AVENGERS this month!


GodzillaKart - 5/19/2012, 3:17 AM
Would be a good fight. I give it to Lobo.
ScRipt69 - 5/19/2012, 4:37 AM
Has to be Lobo, how is Flash going to knock out the main man, he could distract him, delaying him even but inevitably Lobo would get a hand on him then hes up against someone who can hit as hard as Superman, and take the equivalent in punches.
AlSimmons - 5/19/2012, 4:45 AM
Flash tackles lobo, carries him, goes near light speed, then stops dead in his tracks and uses momentum to launch Lobo to the sun.
billnye69 - 5/19/2012, 7:15 AM
Infinite mass punch!
upside - 5/19/2012, 8:20 AM
My question is....if flash has the strength of a regular man. How it it he is able to survive punching another person and light speeds. The impact would crush his bones. It's simple physics.
Tevii - 5/19/2012, 8:58 AM
Flash wins against anyone.

@upside - just like a tornado can drive a straw thru a telephone pole, flash could destroy anybody without getting injured himself... it is physics
AmahlFarouk - 5/19/2012, 11:34 AM
Considering that the Flash knows Lobo's regeneration and alignment, he wouldn't hold back, so as he annihilates Lobo as many times as necessary, there is no possible way Lobo can even injure Flash.
weaponX2 - 5/19/2012, 12:43 PM
@ upside, you obviously know nothing about physics if you think that an object of lesser molecular density can't do damage to an object of greater density without being damaged..first example...human hand against a brick...martial artists do it all the time...second example..a piece of straw being embedded into a tree or telephone pole by tornado force winds, and this is the example that applies...the speed of the object creates inertia and the force behind it allows for it to do the damage...another perfect example is the force behind a bullet....try throwing a small piece of lead at someone and seeing what kind of damage it does...nothing...the explosion of powder behind the bullet creates the energy that causes the, the point is, flash's speed allows him to hit MUCH harder than a normal man
VIRILEMAN - 5/19/2012, 4:10 PM
How in the world did Lobo beat the Abomination? Whatever. But Flash would totally take this one. He's way too fast. Lobo couldn't touch him.
upside - 5/19/2012, 5:53 PM
@weaponx2 When you shoot a bullet the gun has recoil. Every action must have an equal and opposite reaction. There for, if a HUMAN hits a superhuman and light speeds, it doesn't make your fist and arm super strong. He's not propelling an object like a straw in winds. His hand is attached to him.
weaponX2 - 5/20/2012, 10:00 AM
really? that's the best retort that you've got? Not going to take on the martial artist example? what does the recoil have to do with the force behind the bullet? Once the bullet has left the gun, the gun is moot...the example is about the speed in which the bullet is now traveling created by the force of the explosion. This whole conversation is moot anyway...flash also has an aura that protects him while he's moving at high speeds, granted it's not like a force field or anything, but it does keep him from being eroded by windburn and bugs and other debris. we can only assume that it helps while he's punching someone at super speed
upside - 5/20/2012, 12:01 PM
His fists don't leave his god damn body! Why do you keep comparing this to objects that arnt connected to anything. And the breaking bricks thing isn't about speed. It's about strength. If they punched a brick an 100mph it would destroyed their hand and arm.
weaponX2 - 5/20/2012, 12:47 PM
doesn't matter how strong you are...the brick is still more dense than the human body, it's about the amount of force a person can channel into their hand of foot or elbow...channeling one's it's the same principle...I've seen a woman break a brick and she was nowhere near as physically strong as an average man. anyone that knows anything about martial arts, it's not about physical strength but technique and focusing your energy..same principal applies here, but the force in this case is the speed force. again, we are talking about a fictional character in a comic book...none of these things really apply, but actual science does somewhat support what Flash is capable of, but ultimately it's got to be suspension of disbelief...I mean, superman saves people from falling all of the time, but in reality if you apply physics, the person falling would die from the impact of superman's arms..a person falling 100 ft per second hitting two arms as hard as steel, but nobody has a problem with that because it's a comic book. I'm not wanting to fight with you, I just think you should lighten up and just take the characters as written and go with it. that's why we're all here. we love comics and we want to believe in superheroes.
upside - 5/20/2012, 5:31 PM
Ok. But your previous posts directed at me sure made it look like you were looking to fight with me. Truce. Comics rule!!
MisterBabadook - 5/20/2012, 10:57 PM
Damn that's a close one

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