Though not so much or a presence these days, there was a time where you couldn’t swing a cat without a rampaging Juggernaut erupting somewhere in the Marvel Universe.  Many heroes have tried to stop him, and those that succeeded didn’t always do it by brute force (witness Spider-Man’s use of a concrete foundation or Thor’s Mjolnir-teleportation.)  Indeed, it seems the better part of interacting with Juggy at his toughest comes in clever use of his own power against him, leading us to today’s unstoppable query…

The MS-QOTD (pronounced, as always, “misquoted”) feels like we should disallow ‘Superman’ as an answer, because that’s dull, but doesn’t want to limit people’s creative urges, asking: If he were rampaging towards your hometown RIGHT NOW, who would you want to intervene and stop The Juggernaut (and why?)


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  1. The Blob. That way I could find the answer to the age old question “What happens when the unstoppable force meets the unmovable object”.

    • I like this.
      Another X-universe idea would be Kitty. She could make him incorporeal and slide wherever. Juggs can be as unstoppable as he wants in the planets core or in vacuum of space.

  2. Just about any Green Lantern other than Hal. Juggernaut may be an unstoppable force, but a well placed hard light catapult or an energy bubble to haul him away should do the trick long enough to get him away from my town.

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