Resurrection Man vs Vandal Savagesubmitted by thunderpace

Immortality in the world of comics comes in different packages, and these two men are on two opposite sides of the immorality spectrum.Vandal Savage, born a caveman with the name Vandar Adg became immortal after being exposed to radiation from a meteorite.  The radiation also enhanced his intellect as well as slightly enhancing his physique.  Although he shows no sign of aging, he can be killed through conventional means.  He does however have the ability to completely ignore pain as he has been alive for over 50,000 conflict filled years.Resurrection Man on the other hand cannot be truly killed because he has the ability to resurrect, just as his name implies.  The primary power of his is to resurrect with a new power based on the method of his death, for instance: after being burned to death he can control fire, death by electrocution gives him lightning powers, etc.On this blog we ignore resurrection, meaning once someone is defeated that’s a win regardless, but this fight won’t even make it that far.Although Vandal Savage is an immortal with an enhanced physique, he does not have a true healing factor, making him completely vulnerable to Resurrection Man’s many powers. Resurrection Man 10/10

Resurrection Man vs Vandal Savage
submitted by thunderpace

Immortality in the world of comics comes in different packages, and these two men are on two opposite sides of the immorality spectrum.

Vandal Savage, born a caveman with the name Vandar Adg became immortal after being exposed to radiation from a meteorite.  The radiation also enhanced his intellect as well as slightly enhancing his physique.  Although he shows no sign of aging, he can be killed through conventional means.  He does however have the ability to completely ignore pain as he has been alive for over 50,000 conflict filled years.

Resurrection Man on the other hand cannot be truly killed because he has the ability to resurrect, just as his name implies.  The primary power of his is to resurrect with a new power based on the method of his death, for instance: after being burned to death he can control fire, death by electrocution gives him lightning powers, etc.

On this blog we ignore resurrection, meaning once someone is defeated that’s a win regardless, but this fight won’t even make it that far.

Although Vandal Savage is an immortal with an enhanced physique, he does not have a true healing factor, making him completely vulnerable to Resurrection Man’s many powers.


Resurrection Man 10/10


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  3. j-awsofdeth said: Isn’t Vandal Savage shown to heal from wounds in the New 52? His appearance in the Pandora miniseries would imply he can shrug off injuries and heal. His eye grew back, after all.
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