Which resilient hero is stronger?

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Although there are a few superheroes with incredible resilience, the two more iconic resilience comic heroes are One piece Monkey D. Luffy with Fantastic Four leader Mr. FantasticNaturally, since their power is based on their ability to stretch and twist themselves in otherworldly forms, the question becomes, who has the strongest stretchability.

Neither Luffy nor Mr. Fantastic are born. On the contrary, everyone gains power due to external events. As far as Luffy is concerned, that happened when he had eaten “chewing gum candy” when he was a child.As a result of eating the fruit, Luffy’s body turned into a rubbery state, allowing

He stretches, bends, lengthens and swells his body. In contrast, Reed Richards’ transformation took place when he was flying an authorized space with his future wife Sue Storm, her brother Johnny Storm, and Reid’s college roommate Benjamin Green. After the flight. The flight carried out without proper protection was exposed to gamma radiation. This radiation changed Reid’s DNA, allowing him to stretch every part of his body like a rubber band.

On the surface, there seems to be no difference between Luffy and Mr. Fantastic’s stretching ability. Both Luffy and Mr. Fantastic’s elasticity allow them to transform their bodies into any shape they want. In addition, their rubber-like consistency keeps them safe from most “blunt weapon” attacks, such as punches, kicks, and even bullet attacks. In addition, their elasticity allows them to turn their bodies into effective weapons. For example, both can use their bodies to redirect bullets and shells to the shooter. In addition, both can wrap their bodies and restrict the movement of others. However, after a deeper understanding of the abilities of Luffy and Mr. Fantastic, you will find that not all stretching abilities are equal.

Despite the similarities, there is a key metric that separates the top and runners-up, which is the maximum stretch distance. In fact, if a person’s ability to stretch covers only a short distance, then how strong the elasticity is. In this regard, Luffy is clearly the winner. In fact, Luffy has unlimited stretching capabilities. In other words, he can stretch to what he thinks is necessary to complete the task.On the contrary, although there is no official limit on how far Reed can be stretched,

Proving that Reid can effectively control his stretching ability is limited. At some distance, Reid lost the ability to effectively control these body parts. In contrast, Luffy has no such known limitations.

There is no doubt that both Luffy and Mr. Fantastic have incredible elasticity, but not all rubber-like abilities are the same. Fantastic Four Mr. Fantastic Maybe he can use his power to wrap up the villain across the street, it’s very possible One piece Luffy The same thing can be done in a block or even outside a city.



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