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Talezite




Even though I realize not alot of people here seem to be a fan of Wildcat Jr....I enjoyed his boxing match in the latest issue. I thought the banter back and forth with his dad was amusing. As always good reading to you all.


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Blue Beetle




> Even though I realize not alot of people here seem to be a fan of Wildcat Jr....I enjoyed his boxing match in the latest issue. I thought the banter back and forth with his dad was amusing. As always good reading to you all.


I like Wildcat Junior. And I enjoyed the boxing match.

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What especially interested me was the fact that Wildcat Senior was able to outbox Junior because Junior kept telegraphing his moves with unconscious flicks of his tail. This brought home to me the fact that boxing is every bit as much of a martial art as karate or judo.

I also liked how Senior got Junior to fight by the direct approach of knocking him around until Junior got his dander up. Perfect characterization.







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Sweep Secondhand




> > Even though I realize not alot of people here seem to be a fan of Wildcat Jr....I enjoyed his boxing match in the latest issue. I thought the banter back and forth with his dad was amusing. As always good reading to you all.
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> I like Wildcat Junior. And I enjoyed the boxing match.
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> What especially interested me was the fact that Wildcat Senior was able to outbox Junior because Junior kept telegraphing his moves with unconscious flicks of his tail. This brought home to me the fact that boxing is every bit as much of a martial art as karate or judo.
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> I also liked how Senior got Junior to fight by the direct approach of knocking him around until Junior got his dander up. Perfect characterization.
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This brings up a perfect point though. We now have two characters named Wildcat. One is a leftover golden age hero with minimum to, apparently now, no super powers. The second is a young guy with trendy mutant powers and a chip on his shoulder. How long can it be before some toe-headed six year old in Boise get confused by two characters with the same name and DC rushes out to kill the redundant Wildcat, Sr.? I have always liked Ted and I love that fact that he is one of the few remaining golden age heroes still active in DC. I DO NOT want to see him replaced by a legacy.

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oldman




> > > Even though I realize not alot of people here seem to be a fan of Wildcat Jr....I enjoyed his boxing match in the latest issue. I thought the banter back and forth with his dad was amusing. As always good reading to you all.
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> >
> > I like Wildcat Junior. And I enjoyed the boxing match.
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> > JSA #9 SPOILERS
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> > ---------------
> >
> > What especially interested me was the fact that Wildcat Senior was able to outbox Junior because Junior kept telegraphing his moves with unconscious flicks of his tail. This brought home to me the fact that boxing is every bit as much of a martial art as karate or judo.
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> > I also liked how Senior got Junior to fight by the direct approach of knocking him around until Junior got his dander up. Perfect characterization.
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> This brings up a perfect point though. We now have two characters named Wildcat. One is a leftover golden age hero with minimum to, apparently now, no super powers. The second is a young guy with trendy mutant powers and a chip on his shoulder. How long can it be before some toe-headed six year old in Boise get confused by two characters with the same name and DC rushes out to kill the redundant Wildcat, Sr.? I have always liked Ted and I love that fact that he is one of the few remaining golden age heroes still active in DC. I DO NOT want to see him replaced by a legacy.
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Well they didnt kill Allan or Jay yet... ;\)


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Talezite




> > > > Even though I realize not alot of people here seem to be a fan of Wildcat Jr....I enjoyed his boxing match in the latest issue. I thought the banter back and forth with his dad was amusing. As always good reading to you all.
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> > > I like Wildcat Junior. And I enjoyed the boxing match.
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> > > JSA #9 SPOILERS
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> > > ---------------
> > >
> > > What especially interested me was the fact that Wildcat Senior was able to outbox Junior because Junior kept telegraphing his moves with unconscious flicks of his tail. This brought home to me the fact that boxing is every bit as much of a martial art as karate or judo.
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> > > I also liked how Senior got Junior to fight by the direct approach of knocking him around until Junior got his dander up. Perfect characterization.
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> > This brings up a perfect point though. We now have two characters named Wildcat. One is a leftover golden age hero with minimum to, apparently now, no super powers. The second is a young guy with trendy mutant powers and a chip on his shoulder. How long can it be before some toe-headed six year old in Boise get confused by two characters with the same name and DC rushes out to kill the redundant Wildcat, Sr.? I have always liked Ted and I love that fact that he is one of the few remaining golden age heroes still active in DC. I DO NOT want to see him replaced by a legacy.
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> Well they didnt kill Allan or Jay yet... ;\)


Thats a pretty good point. I mean the most they ever did with Alan Scott was change his name to Sentinel. (and even that was for a short time). I think Wildcat is fine and he is too cool a character to needlessly kill off...imo. He is an original.

as always good reading to you all


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