This is a voluntary opt-in advertisement. Any profit generated goes to Comic Fury for hosting.
Page 1088 in LogueTown
first Latest
Page 1088


first Previous Next Latest
Average Rating: 0
Number of people who have voted: 0


By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
Comments:

Darkening




5th Jan 2018, 1:14 AM

Y'know, I bet aquaman would do pretty well in a world like one piece where everything is ocean or island. Lots of giant sea monsters for him to control.

edit delete reply

TB Tabby




5th Jan 2018, 2:35 AM

One Piece already has characters like that. Perhaps we'll see them someday if the comic ever gets out of this tangent.

edit delete reply

Greencap




5th Jan 2018, 2:56 AM

He works Really well in DC, where chthulu and Lovecraft's "elder-gods beneath the sea" are a thing. they were his a big chunk of his original rouges gallery. Look at Dagon, tiamat and the trench queen

His Reputation took a nasty hit during the super friends, but really no-one came out of that okay. Before that? He was awesome,He's one of the few people who can reliably take wonderwoman in a fair fight when they're both going all out or even superman on a really good day.

Back in the silver age, he was pretty much the only hero not to get slapped with a "no killing rule" (he's never had one). so instead he chucked polar bears at people. he's not really a superhero so much as a pirate/adventurer and part time king who happens to like protecting people who didn't tick him off..... actually he'd fit RIGHT in with One Piece

edit delete reply

DeS_Tructive

DeS_Tructive




5th Jan 2018, 12:22 PM

Let's not forget the Grant Morrison JLA run. Not only could he go one on one with Wonder Woman and use his animal control as low level empathy, he was also the ruler of the largest and most advanced military force on earth.

Also: bodyslamming people with whales is one of the coolest combat moves ever. And he does it twice.

edit delete reply

Guest




5th Jan 2018, 3:03 AM

IIRC, isn't that one mermaid technically considered on par with the ancient superweapons purely due to her ability to speak with sea kings?

If Aquaman could do the same, then yeah he'd def be OP as heck. If not, then it becomes a debate over how his inherent super-strength/durability/reflexes/etc stack up against high-end haki and/or devil fruit users.

edit delete reply

Crazy Lou




5th Jan 2018, 7:51 AM

Given the degree of power we eventually see in the world of One Piece, I think physically Aquaman would have trouble matching up to the strongest Fishmen. However, if his fish-telepathy works on the sea kings like Shirahoshi, then he's probably got the edge he'd need to size up.

As long as he's there, he's probably more than capable of wielding conquerer's and armament haki, if he got the chance to learn them. However, by that point, you're moving away from the spirit of the "crossover episode".

edit delete reply

Otaku

Otaku




5th Jan 2018, 10:37 PM

There's also the question of which world they end up in if we treat it simply as a "crossover episode" or even miniseries. What happens if the One Piece cast end up in the DCU and... anything too specialized to their own world didn't transfer over or transferred at a reduced rate?

Haki might be no more effective than most chi-based abilities... then again, I don't know DC, so maybe such a change of venue only means everyone is suddenly more "serious" without Sanji exsanguinating over pretty girls. ;)

edit delete reply

SpoonyViking




6th Jan 2018, 9:50 AM

Nah, Aquaman would be just fine in terms of physical power, particularly underwater. Some of his feats (all of them pre-New 52; I understand DC heroes in general were greatly souped-up in that continuity) include lifting a whole building underwater, defeating Triton (yes, the Greek god Triton) in single combat while the latter wielded Poseidon's spear, and defeating Deathstroke (who could fight the Titans-era Kid Flash) while blind. Plus, he's been capable of telepathic attacks for a long time now, such as when he instilled overwhelming fear in Superman, of all people!

edit delete reply

Guest




7th Jan 2018, 1:07 AM

Even post New 52 he's done ridiculous stuff. Like the time he hurled a submarine from the bottom of the ocean to the surface, or reasonably casually lifted an entire ocean liner to place it on the shoreline.

New 52 onwards, Aquaman is in the same sort of league as Superman, Wonderwoman and Martian Manhunter in terms of strength. He can lift hundreds of thousands of tons so he's easily up in the top tiers of what we've seen in One Piece.

edit delete reply

Greencap




7th Jan 2018, 8:59 PM

Actually, he's on par with them in most continuities, the writers just keep forgetting about him or assuming he;s useless. JLA aquaman beat wonderwoman easily for example, silver age aquaman was intended to be a rival for clark, flashpoint (who had no changes in power) killed diana, and current aquaman (i think, the image wasn't clear) one hit ko's the olympian, supposedly the greek equivalent of superman.

also, he didn't just lift a building, he followed it up by lifting the entire city block. then later on closed a trench by lifting the tectonic plate. plus he's not flash fast, at least on land, but he's dast enough to outdo the superhumanly fast Talons without trying.

edit delete reply

Haukness




5th Jan 2018, 10:22 AM

So you mean Jimbe?

edit delete reply

Greencap




7th Jan 2018, 9:01 PM

Is jinbe going to be the result of a power-gamer brainstorming session with Cory's character concept? that would be sweet

they wouldn;t even have to try to use it in the game, GM or DM could just spring it on them, and think of the reference possibilities.

edit delete reply

wabbitking




5th Jan 2018, 2:45 AM

Batman the brave and the bold = Best Aquaman.

edit delete reply

Funiduber




5th Jan 2018, 9:08 AM

That's an OUTRAGEOUS thing to say! He is one of the best parts about BtBatB.

edit delete reply

Guest




5th Jan 2018, 9:42 AM

Him and B'wana Beast.

Did we ever get a proper "merge two creatures together to make a fighting monster" Devil Fruit? Between the mixed up animal island, Thriller Bark, some of the Punk Hazard weirdies, and the Sea Kings, it seems like that would be right up Oda's alley.

edit delete reply

IsaiahOmega




5th Jan 2018, 8:48 PM

Drum Island has it

edit delete reply

Reeder




5th Jan 2018, 11:18 AM

As a friend of me always said, there's no useless powers, only useless writing (or something like that). especially in world where anything go like DC or Marvel.
a imaginative and clever writer can bring a power in incredible directions.
how many time did i see a comic book character deemmed useless or a power deemed weak, and was just left thinking "That gotta be some kind of Joke ?! Just think of THE POTENTAL! So much potential !"



That's one of the things i love about One Piece, for that matter, what matter is'nt what power someone get, but what this character manage to pull out whith it. you know Oda have a lot of imagination.

edit delete reply

zomg




5th Jan 2018, 4:07 PM

Ah I love these flashbacks. Old campaigns are so much fun to talk about.

edit delete reply

Solokov




6th Jan 2018, 11:14 PM

So cory played aquaman while Luke played Watchdogman...

Still need to know who the hell made Saitama..I suspect GM but this one needs to know.

edit delete reply

Guest




7th Jan 2018, 2:59 AM

That all depends on how much canon is brought over during these crossovers (forget if DT ever made a statement on that).
In "Steven and the Crystal GMs", it's canon that Saitama was the creation of Shelby Bradley from D&D Aangvanced.

edit delete reply

Leave a Comment