Oh, alright. Would calculating such a feat still be possible, though? Looks like a pretty huge explosion, I wouldn't be surprise if it gave more results than just building level. Thank you for helping out in anycase.
I mean, he doesn't have any external injuries, but the impact has him out for a decent amount of time.
He does buffer the impact, though, which is fairly impressive. Granted by the time it hit him it likely exhaused much of its kinetic energy in the impact with the other comet, but I can probably get a good estimate of its kinetic energy after the impact by measuring how much time it took to go from near-Earth orbit to the atmosphere.
I'm obviously not gonna be up when you get up as I'm about to crash. So, Chariot190#0916 is my thing. Send me a friend request, I'll accept whenever I get up. Shouldn't be to late, given I have work tonight.
Thanks. I do not have email notifications for blog posts on (since that would spam my email and I need that for important school stuff), so I'll make it clear in future posts I need to be poked on my message wall or discord to come back to a blog.
You know what? Your idea's better. I was thinking about just giving Hellboy Size Manipulation rather than calcing this, because it seems pretty difficult to spot the statistics. I mean, it looks like Hellboy's size is randomly changing throughout the scans.
I'd personally just take the moon out of the equation entirely - the two scans don't seem to share a POV to me. Unless later scans add more context to the state of the moon.
Please provide the feat you're calcing in the calcs you make by the way - I might be missing vital context for the feat that just isn't provided in the blog. Keep in mind that calc members aren't always familiar with the verse you're calcing for, please.
Read the comic (not the entire series, but the relevant issue); I'm more inclined to think that the POV of the explosion isn't the same as the one picturing the Earth and the moon.
I will, however, concede that the stars look the same (with little differences due to the art style). They looked signficantly different in your calc since portions were cut off in the scan you took. However this doesn't give away the POV being the same, it just gives away that both POVs were pointed in the same direction (one could be closer to Earth).