How would he fair in the DCU and Marvel U?

How would he fair in the DCU and Marvel U?

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  1. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    spocks son?

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      a supervillain serial killer with a shit ton of powers

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        He is a kind of opportunistic predator, he can fight 1 to 1 anyone powerful but he success when he can catch them unprepared. Also immortality my ass just cut this fricker head off and stuff him in a furnace for good measure.

  2. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Eli Roth?

  3. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous
  4. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Gay doctor from AHS: Asylum and gay ghost guy from AHS: Murder House?

  5. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    He's a biological Amazo or even a convoluted Rogue.

    They will handle him fine since his way of absorbing powers is too bothersome.

    Batman or Spider-Man could handle him, nip it in the bud with either no powers or ranged incapacitating attacks.

    His tk is no match to comic book tk'ers, though J'onn has to break down in pain while probing Sylar's mind at least once in the story, during the exposition, it's in his contract.

    He was only dangerous in a world with so few and so pedestrian heroes. His way of absorbing new powers is too cumbersome and his base set of stolen ones isn't as useful in either universe.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Shit, right now there's a multiversal Sylar roaming Marvel and he is much more dangerous: Carnage.

      DC had Batkek.

      Basically much bigger, smarter and more ambitious Sylars.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Shit, right now there's a multiversal Sylar roaming Marvel and he is much more dangerous: Carnage.

      DC had Batkek.

      Basically much bigger, smarter and more ambitious Sylars.

      plus you gotta be really lucky to chop his head off to kill him (if you'll lucky enough to get close)

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      How did he figure out he could steal powers by killing other Heros?

      Also, that show sucked dick. It was pathetic how popular it was.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Complaining about shows you didn't watch IS a Cinemaphile staple. The first season was very good and deserved the hype it got.

        He's a snowball problem. Early on, anyone can take him down easily. But the more powers he absorbs, the harder that gets and if left alone for too long he has the potential to pick and choose the best power combos and become a very serious threat.

        I'd also argue that he's a bigger threat in an actual comics setting than his own for one simple reason: his base power. Sylar's power isn't actually to steal powers. Sylar's power is to *understand how things work*, to the degree that by examining the brains of people with superpowers he can perfectly mimic their power. Even ignoring the actual powers he adds to his character sheet, thats a fricking strong power in a world with super scientists and super tech. This guy basically has a free pass to understand and reverse-engineer any and all super-tech he can get his hands on, even before he steals the powers of a single person. He'd arguably also get a free pass to understand the strengths and weakness of other peoples powers very quickly, which in comics logic is basically just a free 'i win' coupon against any other character no matter how big the power gulf between them should be, like Deathstroke taking out the justice league in identity Crises by picking them apart.

        Now, I think Sylar only worked in Season 1. Afterwards, the show knew he was popular but couldn't really work out how to use him well. Having him in a sci-fi setting like that would basically turn him into Riri Williams.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >but couldn't really work out how to use him well
          replace slyar with x and that is much 5% of the cast. Claire , Peter, Nathan, Mohinder and Elle.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          The writers strike really fricked heroes. What they should’ve done was make it an anthology series each season would be new characters new powers.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        You already have to be a cannibal to even realize you can eat powers by consuming their brains.

  6. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Heroes had a lot of fun potential, particularly in getting normies interested in powers and concepts like TK, toon physics, time travels, lore, etc. that could introduce that type of material to mono-culture but they had to frick it up, largely by being lazy and uncreative, far too many stupid plot contrivances - again because they were uncreative and painted themselves into corners.

    But the one advantage they had over a /co adaptation is that they didn't have to deal with rose tinted BUT MAH COMICS/CARTOON imbeciles who were overly fixated on canon that was largely mutable as far as the actual canon creators were concerned.

  7. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    He's a snowball problem. Early on, anyone can take him down easily. But the more powers he absorbs, the harder that gets and if left alone for too long he has the potential to pick and choose the best power combos and become a very serious threat.

    I'd also argue that he's a bigger threat in an actual comics setting than his own for one simple reason: his base power. Sylar's power isn't actually to steal powers. Sylar's power is to *understand how things work*, to the degree that by examining the brains of people with superpowers he can perfectly mimic their power. Even ignoring the actual powers he adds to his character sheet, thats a fricking strong power in a world with super scientists and super tech. This guy basically has a free pass to understand and reverse-engineer any and all super-tech he can get his hands on, even before he steals the powers of a single person. He'd arguably also get a free pass to understand the strengths and weakness of other peoples powers very quickly, which in comics logic is basically just a free 'i win' coupon against any other character no matter how big the power gulf between them should be, like Deathstroke taking out the justice league in identity Crises by picking them apart.

  8. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    He probably be an event villian, I think he’d work best in marvel make him a mutant and he’s hunting mutants that way he can get a lot of powers without too many people missing the dead and can kill one or two big names as well.

  9. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Is heroes Cinemaphile

  10. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Dangerous street level threat. Endgame villain for an underdog, solo hero. Would only work with a solo hero though, and not an experienced one.

  11. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    In a comic book universe he becomes absurdly broken because his base power set (super analytics) gets better the more overpowered the setting is. In a setting as mundane and realistic as Heroes it's not very useful and he has to use it to go around stealing powers but in a universe that is less grounded in reality his base power would become his primary power. Copying stuff would be a very cool trick but not much more

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