Valorum's comment on this question - and the link to the X-Men clip with Juggernaut - got me wondering.

In X-Men, Juggernaut represents an Unstoppable Force. Once he starts running, nothing can stop him.

Is there a mutant (from the comics or the films) that represents an Immovable Object?

If so, have they ever fought?

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    Mjolnir is an immovable object, though not an X-Men character. – Adamant Mar 10 '17 at 0:30
  • @Adamant I have visions of Juggs running running grabs Mjolnir and tears his own arm off. That'd be funny. – Tim Mar 10 '17 at 1:30
  • As a sidenote, an Unstoppable Force and an Immovable Object are the same thing – Cristol.GdM Mar 10 '17 at 5:49
  • What about Colossus? – maguirenumber6 Mar 10 '17 at 10:25
  • @Cristol.GdM - the paradox always assumes they are two separate things. Otherwise there wouldn't be a paradox. – Tim Mar 11 '17 at 8:53

Blob claims to be immovable as long as he's touching the ground.

He's fought the Hulk and Juggernaut before. Both were able to move him (eventually) but not without considerable effort.

Hulk vs. Blob
Hulk vs. Blob

Blob vs. Juggernaut
Blob vs. Juggernaut

Juggernaut vs. Hulk
Juggernaut vs. Hulk

Obviously in the current timeline, Blob is powerless and Juggernaut is hyper-powered so he's unlikely to be much of a threat at present.

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  • I did note the Blob, but he seems less an immovable object than someone who can absorb/repel kinetic energy. – Tim Mar 9 '17 at 23:49
  • In the second strip I don't think that's Blob. Isn't that the Hulk as War? – DCShannon Mar 10 '17 at 0:12
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    @DCShannon - He's fought both of them (see edit). And given that A>B>C, we can determine that Blob is less immovable than Hulk and that Juggernaut is capable of moving pretty much anything that isn't the Hulk, including the so-called immovable Blob. – Valorum Mar 10 '17 at 0:29
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    @Tim What other kind of thing would be "immovable"? I can think of no better definition of "immovable" than "transferring energy to you has no effect on your position or velocity." – jpmc26 Mar 10 '17 at 2:21
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    @jpmc26 Kitty Pryde? She can't be moved if everyone goes right through her... – Izkata Mar 10 '17 at 4:31

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