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Subj: Re: I'm already locked in for #100...
Posted: Mon Sep 18, 2017 at 05:55:45 pm EDT (Viewed 81 times)
Reply Subj: Re: I'm already locked in for #100...
Posted: Mon Sep 18, 2017 at 05:01:26 pm EDT (Viewed 99 times)

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    ...which isn't that far away when Marvel next renumbers things.

    We're off to a good start. Gert is back! Woohoo! Screw you, time! That's the way I like it. Half the band is back together. Can't wait for Molly, Lina, and the rest.

I bought the first issue for precisely one reason: Gert. She was far and away my favorite character on the team and when she died, I lost all interest. She was my point of view character. Which isn't to say that I didn't care about the other characters. I did - because Gert did. She cared desperately about all of them - and for that reason, I did too. But suddenly she wasn't there any more - and I found myself wondering why I was still hanging around.

    I suppose it's too much to hope for that Victor comes back too.

That's the thing about time travel. If you can save Gert - you can save any of them. All of them. Again and again. Right?

Or maybe that would destroy the space-time continuum. Which would be bad. Unless Mephisto.

I'll buy the second issue. For me, this is going to be one issue at a time. No commitments.

The burning question of the moment is - Who will retain the psychic link with Old Lace? Chase? Gert? Neither? Both?

My opinion is you don't even have to monkey with time to bring Victor back. His nanites should be completing the job, right...



After all, part of his story is that the nanites were slowly supposed to be making him less and less robotic.

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