Did Superman ever fight Thanos

Can Superman Break Captain America's Vibranium Shield? [closed]

The way Vibranium works is to absorb the incident energy and then redirect it to distribute it.

Superman's strength is variable, but ranges from a few tons to infinity.

Assuming material science still applies to vibranium, the energy will be stored as moving atoms in the shield. It can then be assumed that the vibranium is only able to hold its shape in higher heat ranges than other metals, and that there is a key to releasing it in a certain direction.

There are 2 strategies Superman can use to break the shield ...
1. Differential heating and cooling. The differences in the atoms could theoretically cause ruptures and break the shield.
2. Just keep hitting it or see it hot. Eventually the ability to "hold" the energy will be too great and the shield will melt / destroy.

The first method may not work just because redirecting and absorbing the energy implies the ability to transfer energy quickly and therefore either requires a massive difference or just never is enough.

The second method depends on the maximum capacities of the shield and the Superman. Superman's thermal image can pass through its invulnerability, which means it creates extreme heat because Superman can live in stars. Can vibranium absorb the heat of stars or more? I don't think it's possible, but I don't think there was ever a set limit, but there are examples of it being destroyed with less than nuclear power. Superman can generate nuclear forces and thus destroy Vibranium. So can many other superheroes.

Hypothetically, however, it might be possible to prevent the destruction if one were fast enough and could release the energy faster than it was built up to its limit. So Flash with the Shield might make it impossible to destroy, but under normal conditions, many superheroes could easily destroy it, despite what many authors want to write in various comics ^. ^


Too opinion-based. Make it more objective, can you?


This is not based on "opinions". What this is is a guess based on what is known, shown and assumed, that is, objectively.