# Film Theory: Will Marvel BREAK in One Punch? (Infinity War Vibranium vs. One Punch Man)

Feb 27, 2020
six Infinity Stones, but the thing is, we don't need that at all; at the start of this fight, in the comics, in an attempt to impress his beloved Death, Thanos shuts down all other powers except for the power stone. Even though he still performs reality-altering tricks throughout the fight, it doesn't matter. So we know that Thanos'

## punch

combined with the power stone is one of the few powers capable of

### break

ing the limits of

## vibranium

. That still leaves us with the challenge of resolving the potential energy of it, but Infinity War gives us exactly the information we need.
During the climactic battle against Thanos on Titan, we see him use the power stone to destroy one of the planet's moons, then rain the shards onto Titan's surface. Fragmenting a moon like that is really powerful, but keep in mind that you don't blow up the moon all at once, instead you have to tear it apart in one unbroken wave across the planet. All it tells us is that the energy required to blow up the moon is ultimately greater than what the gauntlet can deliver, in one fell swoop, because it has to split the moon into parts, instead of wow!

## film theory will marvel break in one punch infinity war vibranium vs one punch man...

Suddenly. From there, believe it or not, it's actually relatively simple to calculate the energy required to blow a planet or moon to pieces. Basically all you need is to have enough energy to overwhelm the binding gravitational energy that binds all that matter together in the shape of the moon. I'll probably dig into that in a future episode. But now, the binding energy of gravity in a unidirectional sphere: U= U = (3𝐆ｍ²) ∕ (𝐒𝐑) U = (3𝐆ｍ²) ∕ (𝐒𝐑) 𝐆 is the gravitational constant, ｍ is the mass of the sphere U = (3𝐆ｍ² ) ∕ ( 𝐒𝐑) and 𝐑 is its radius So, I'll use 𝐑 moon as a proxy for what Thanos destroys here You get about 2.07 × 2.07 ×10 2.07 × 10²⁷ J of energy That's 1,000,000,000 times, whatever Saitama he had to deliver, to destroy that asteroid, and that's... honestly, where the fight is right now.
Do I think One Punch Man should win this match? Yes absolutely! The fact that we haven't seen Saitama

### break

a sweat during any of these extreme feats tells me that he could

## punch

a moon and destroy it very easily, with…ONE PUNCH! But, based solely on the feats of strength we've seen in both series,

## vibranium

has proven capable of handling charges of kinetic energy far beyond what we've seen Saitama deliver, is that right? Does Vibranium win, at least until One Punch Man season 2, sometime in 2019? Well, not quite. We have one last dispute. According to the first law of thermodynamics, energy cannot be created or destroyed, it must be released somehow.
As mentioned above, vibranium can normally store and release energy in a controlled manner. It's one of Black Panther's most useful abilities, but as we saw when Mjølner hit Captain America's shield, the vibranium can actually withstand all of that energy, but it can't fully absorb all of that energy, resulting in a shock wave. that crushes the forest, 100 ft. in either direction, imagine what happens if Saitama hits the vibranium shield with the same force he used on that meteor, or a force similar to Thanos destroying the moon! The vibranium would be unable to store all that energy and release an even bigger pressure wave!
On the low end, Saitama's punch is almost 474 times more powerful than Mjølner's punch. The damage would be immeasurable! Everything and everyone within miles of that impact would be completely obliterated. Therefore, in the battle between Saitama and vibranium, the last loser would be us. But hey! It's just a

, a movie

### theory

! And... Hey, if you enjoyed this episode and haven't seen One Punch Man, well... Check it out! It's available on Netflix and VRV, right now! And while you're checking things out on the internet, check out my friends, on Klogeåge! They helped us by helping with the investigation of this episode and they are great guys!
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school pill aside. They have their place, sure! And I've been glued to the screen, because of them, but Jordboer Filmkunst looks at movies, from the perspective of an alien who appears after humans go extinct, I kid you not, it's really an outsider's perspective on what makes movies good. and he just put out a new episode, about Spider-Man: Homecoming, which was pretty good, as a movie.
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The One Punch link you see on the screen and comment on the video: Turkey! That

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be our confusing little secret. If you'll excuse me, I'm going to make myself a sandwich and catch up with... another anime that's currently running. Hmm... what could it be?