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Yes1 At the bottom of her page named "in comics full report" you can see her power stats showing a full set of stats. Comparing this with Thanos' stats shows that she's even got higher average stats than he does! Another example of someone with full stats is Eternity: 1 As mentioned by Valorum in the comments, it is possible this is a joke in ...


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This occurred in GLX-MAS #1 published in 2005. It was a special holiday issue. The stories included are meant as parodies, and not canon within the main Marvel Universe. Marvel describes the issue as such: Marvel’s own Milwaukee-based Misfits are back—in their very own, double sized X-mas special! Sure, they survived the GLA mini-series, but can Squirrel ...


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Per the Official Marvel Handbook (2005 - Avengers edition), her real stats are as follows. All are well within the "normal" range for an enhanced human, (which incidentally fits in with what we see her doing in her comics). Intelligence - Human normal Strength - Superhuman (lift 800 lbs-25 ton range) Speed - Superhuman (peak range: 700 MPH) ...


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Look at the Power Grid at the top right of the page. All stats are at 7 out of 7.


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Short Answer: No In the Mohs scale of mineral hardness, teeth have a hardness of 5, where as steel has a hardness between 4 to 4.5. So the teeth are slightly harder. If the shield were made only of steel, the zombie squirrels could scratch it. Given enough scratches (like, a bajillion), they should be able to eventually bore a hole through it. I think it ...


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Actually, Squirrel Girl has an explicit history with Tony Stark in Marvel Super-Heroes vol. 3, #8 where she saves him from Doom (specifically from his flying doomship). From that Tony owes her a "favor", originally getting her into the Avengers, but as she never follows up on this, one can assume she is using an emergency passcode Tony set up back then and ...


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The series was "soft rebooted" to bring it into line with Marvel's newly launched "All New, All Different" range of comics (complete with a female Thor and Wolverine and black Spider-Man and Captain America). The makers used this reboot as an opportunity to make a few changes, updating the artwork, removing some unpopular characters and making Squirrel ...


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Squirrel Girl's incredible power and ability started as a running joke in Dan Slott's Great Lake Avengers books - we were presented with a series of aftermaths of staggering battles, including one where she defeats Thanos, and The Watcher even shows up to verify that it's totally the real Thanos. This all springs from the fact that in Squirrel Girl's first ...


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Anyone who reads The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl knows that not only does she have superpowers (including super strength, super agility, claws, tail, knuckle spikes, ability to command a literal army of squirrels, ability to communicate with said squirrels, and some measure of invulnerability), she is also extremely intelligent (a computer science major who ...


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I'm going to go with absolutely no. It's been established that Captain America's shield is in fact made of an alloy of Steel and Vibranium in other universes as well, including the main continuity universe where is has been proven to be utterly impenetrable to all but the most alpha of mutant/godly powers. Although Squirrel Girl's little evil buddies may ...


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Squirrel Girl's stats on the Marvel Wiki are not considered to be canon. As with all entries on that site they were written by fans rather than being a curated collection of facts written by Marvel staff. In this case, her article and stats were written by a comic-book fan named Kyle Nichols (aka Mimicx35). He's contributed to multiple articles but I see no ...


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As stated on Wikipedia: Starting in May 2015, the Secret Wars crossover storyline affected a number of Marvel comics and character. Marvel announced in June 2015 that, after Secret Wars was complete, they would reboot their entire line as part of a All-New, All-Different Marvel rebranding. Though The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl was not part of the ...


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The layout has changed so I thought I would reply with a modern answer. You just have to go to her "in comics full report" and scroll all the way to the very bottom. She scores a near-unbelievable all 7's!


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Squirrel Girl's stats from IGN's Marvel Heroes role-playing game seems to agree with the Official Marvel Handbook (though using a somewhat different scale), indicating that the OMH has the right stats.


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This question and this question go into the details of Squirrel Girl's power stats, which started as a joke in various Marvel books. I'm going to answer from the perspective of the Unbeatable Squirrel Girl series written by Ryan North and illustrated (until very recently) by Erica Henderson. In this series, it's shown multiple times that Squirrel Girl "...


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I'm going to gear my answer to more "novice" comic readers. Earth 616 Traditionally, different Marvel comic books take place in the same universe. That means that something that happens in The Avengers book also happens in The X-Men book. For example, if Wolverine dies in The X-Men, you won't see him in The Avengers- unless he's brought back to ...


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It's not Squirrel Girl, in this case, it's Thanos. Thanos' biggest weakness is self-sabotage. Time after time, he will unwittingly hand his opponent(s) the means to defeat him because, deep down, he doesn't believe he deserves to win. Sometimes this manifests as simple plot device but there have been instances when his cohorts or those few he actually seeks ...


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