Keb wrote:It's a god's axe that's been enchanted by with a (head of pantheon) god's spell so that it has the power to pierce a god's armor.
It wounded Apocalypse because it hit his shoulder. It killed a Celestial because it split that muthafucka's head open. Last I checked, axes to the head > axes to the shoulder.
Celestials have shrugged off attacks from weapons enchanted by the heads of pantheons, by Odin himself. They curbstomped the "Skyfathers" last time they ran afoul of them. But ignoring all of that past continuity, the plot point fails because it contradicts what happens in Remender's own story. Last issue, Apocalypse, a servant of the Celestials, is only wounded by the weapon. This issue, one of the creatures that juiced him up and are infinitely more powerful than is, gets killed by it. Its bad writing designed to make the Apocalypse characters out to be a threat at the expense of logic.