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I actually just had this discussion with friends on Saturday when I got them to watch the To Aru movie and they saw Accelerator for the first time. With Accelerator's vector control, near-angel power levels, and basically impenetrable shield (when his power is active, and if you aren't Touma), wouldn't he basically just send whatever OPM threw at him right back at OPM and KO him? And wouldn't Accelerator be able to take on people like Superman and Goku even? What good does Super Saiyan do when your opponent essentially has infinite Reflaga activated?
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jcal94 wrote:

I actually just had this discussion with friends on Saturday when I got them to watch the To Aru movie and they saw Accelerator for the first time. With Accelerator's vector control, near-angel power levels, and basically impenetrable shield (when his power is active, and if you aren't Touma), wouldn't he basically just send whatever OPM threw at him right back at OPM and KO him?

Accelerator got punched several times by an ordinary guy in Index II. Of course, it should have been easy for Accelerator to overcome that, especially once the guy explained how he was doing it.

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im a fan of goku but imma say saitama wins every time

if not by his punch by the bright reflection of his head
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One Punch Man vs Batman

Batman somehow wins cause Batman always wins.
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jcal94 wrote:

I actually just had this discussion with friends on Saturday when I got them to watch the To Aru movie and they saw Accelerator for the first time. With Accelerator's vector control, near-angel power levels, and basically impenetrable shield (when his power is active, and if you aren't Touma), wouldn't he basically just send whatever OPM threw at him right back at OPM and KO him?

Accelerator got punched several times by an ordinary guy in Index II. Of course, it should have been easy for Accelerator to overcome that, especially once the guy explained how he was doing it.



We do need to remember that when Accelerator got punched, it was after quite a few events in the span of one night. The car wreck, the first fight, throwing a building, etc.He used up the 15 minutes he had at that time, and ran out of battery to use his power, hence why he took punches in the office. Before in the street, he was fighting a scientist who had actually studied Accelerator for years and knew the tricks to getting around his ability, which OPM wouldn't know. Finally, when he should have been essentially paralyzed, he basically went ballistic zombie on the guy when in the office, tearing out his hair, standing up and grabbing him when he shouldn't have been able to, and finally he showed his first sign of hitting angel status when he sprouted the wings and sent the guy flying through the air.

I think in a plain fight, without them thoroughly researching each other, and with Accelerator having a full charge of 15/30 minutes on his collar, Accelerator would win, for the simple fact that OPM would try punching him, Accelerator would use vector control to reflect the shockwave and all from the punch back at OPM, and if OPM was still standing, Accelerator would just need to really touch him to kill him, granted that there's even the tiniest scratch on OPM from the reflected punch. OPM may be strong, but not even his body could withstand his bloodflow being reversed.
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jcal94 wrote:


TheAncientOne wrote:


jcal94 wrote:

I actually just had this discussion with friends on Saturday when I got them to watch the To Aru movie and they saw Accelerator for the first time. With Accelerator's vector control, near-angel power levels, and basically impenetrable shield (when his power is active, and if you aren't Touma), wouldn't he basically just send whatever OPM threw at him right back at OPM and KO him?

Accelerator got punched several times by an ordinary guy in Index II. Of course, it should have been easy for Accelerator to overcome that, especially once the guy explained how he was doing it.



We do need to remember that when Accelerator got punched, it was after quite a few events in the span of one night. The car wreck, the first fight, throwing a building, etc.He used up the 15 minutes he had at that time, and ran out of battery to use his power, hence why he took punches in the office. Before in the street, he was fighting a scientist who had actually studied Accelerator for years and knew the tricks to getting around his ability, which OPM wouldn't know. Finally, when he should have been essentially paralyzed, he basically went ballistic zombie on the guy when in the office, tearing out his hair, standing up and grabbing him when he shouldn't have been able to, and finally he showed his first sign of hitting angel status when he sprouted the wings and sent the guy flying through the air.

I think in a plain fight, without them thoroughly researching each other, and with Accelerator having a full charge of 15/30 minutes on his collar, Accelerator would win, for the simple fact that OPM would try punching him, Accelerator would use vector control to reflect the shockwave and all from the punch back at OPM, and if OPM was still standing, Accelerator would just need to really touch him to kill him, granted that there's even the tiniest scratch on OPM from the reflected punch. OPM may be strong, but not even his body could withstand his bloodflow being reversed.


i thought up of accelerator too a while ago, but i wouldn't be surprised if they made it happen this way:

saitama tries to punch accelerator> he remembers a big sale mid-punch and pulls out in panic>>accidentally kills accelerator due to the pulling out trick
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What about Izayoi Sakamaki form "Problem Children Are Coming from Another World, Aren't They?" He never loses a fight in the entire series, and has ridiculous physical strength.
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One Punch Man


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His lost brother: One Fuck Man

He's invincible in all of his videos.
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I haven't watch the anime yet but if Saitama learn magic, he could kill Superman. Since Superman has no protection against magic.

I have better question. Is Saitama meant to no have limits like Superman? If yes, all he need is magic. Again assuming magic is possible in Saitama universe.
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Saitama always win
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i thought up of accelerator too a while ago, but i wouldn't be surprised if they made it happen this way:

saitama tries to punch accelerator> he remembers a big sale mid-punch and pulls out in panic>>accidentally kills accelerator due to the pulling out trick


I feel like the only way Saitama (is that OPM's name? I've mostly just half-watched the show while hanging out with said friends, and I mostly was playing Dungeon Travelers 2 during it, haha) could beat Accelerator is by accident, like how you showed with your example. Accelerator has 30 minutes of battery life in his collar thanks to GROUP, so he can last a half-hour with Saitama, which is definitely more than the time of one punch, and what I think is largely forgotten since it has barely been animated is how Accelerator is the closest human to naturally attaining the power of an angel. We get a small glimpse towards the end of To Aru 2, but he really showcases the angel power in Russia, iirc, so it's hard to say for sure just how powerful he can be. But heck, look at Mikoto in the Railgun manga during the Daihasei arc, she gets going towards Level 6 (which from what I've read and seen, it seems pretty safe to equate Level 6 to becoming an angel), Touma's Imagine Breaker can't even stop her, and when the dragons come out of Touma's arm again, they only can eat away the angel attributes because the grip on Mikoto's mind was weakening. And let's all remember Touma was teamed up with what is basically the To Aru-verse's version of One Punch Man at the time, who was having a hard time with Mikoto then.

Basically, I think the best bet on a good match is between Accelerator and Saitama, but even then it has its variables. Accelerator has a large range for his powers, from pretty much nonexistent at this point to basically rivaling those of an angel, and we've seen he can actually still use his power without the collar working if the situation is dire enough, like when he took a grenade to the face in the anime when his collar was dead, but he just got up and went berserk on the scientist. Then you have the kinda lackadaisical nature of Saitama, which I do think he would be more serious in a fight with Accelerator, because it would actually give him a challenge finally. Ultimately, I think the winner of a Saitama vs Accelerator fight is whoever takes it more seriously, as we see Accelerator can break the rules he's been told if there's a strong enough need, and Saitama can probably hold up decently against Accelerator if he's serious, but if he can't beat Accelerator in one punch, then doesn't that mean he already loses? Or is it just finally the fight he's been looking for, and they'd continue until there's a winner? There's a lot of variables in an Accelerator vs Saitama fight, but I think it's the closest thing we have to an actual challenge for Saitama, at least within the anime/manga medium. I would say it's a challenge for Accelerator too, but that's only if he started off the fight without even trying, and because we know that while Accelerator is one of the strongest people in anime/manga, he still has two weaknesses, one natural (Touma and his right hand... Wait, would that be supernatural then?), and one gained, as in the Misaka Network reliance (although we've seen it's not ALWAYS needed, but that's the exception, not the norm), so he does have the occasional challenges outside of this sadly never going to happen fight.
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One Punch Man's demonstrated feats put him easily at the level of some of superman's lower showings, like his animated versions or the golden age version. That having been said, it's difficult to seriously argue with him because he's never put his full effort into any fight. He's capable of far more than the already devastating things he's shown, but we don't know the specifics.
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Saitama he is not human !!

I just keep thinking of him as a Superman plus
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PeripheralVisionary wrote:


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a character specifically designed to be the most powerful character in his universe vs another character who is equally designed to be invincible...it's like asking what would happen if an unstoppable object in motion have an unmovable object in the path.
if they fought each other, the universe would implode.


Superman is far from invincible in the DC universe, or the strongest. DC universe has a ridiculous number of near gods.


What about when superman literally becomes a god?


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