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Subj: Re: Some questions re: the Gatherers
Posted: Wed Jun 24, 2015 at 11:53:04 pm EDT (Viewed 277 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Some questions re: the Gatherers
Posted: Wed Jun 24, 2015 at 04:10:31 pm EDT (Viewed 293 times)



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    It was pretty much said that the Swordsman we knew was his counterpart.

Yet one has an entirely different name than the other!?


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    Makes complete sense to me. At the time, I think she was the most well known Cassandra, especially with telepathy.

Yes but she was about a foot or more shorter than Cassandra Webb!?


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    I've heard it suggested that he was an Irish Beast.

So the "real McCoy" (i.e. Gallowglass)?


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    The Super-Adapatoid?

Makes some sense but didn't seem to have the S-A's power at its disposal when first introduced!? I'd prefer it to Primus since he was initially organic, but I recall that later got changed when he was being used by the Mad Thinker!?


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    I'm in the Mantis club, frankly.

Truly? Why the odd codename then? A Mantis that wasn't trained by the Priests of Pama? If so, how did she end up recruited?

I'm sort of doubtful given Harras introduced Mantis again in his later run for The Crossing!


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    The Thing has been suggested, but I'm not convinced.

Yeah he had the ability to also shoot energy from his hands which doesn't sound very Grimmy;/ Perhaps a Lava Man?


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    You forgot Ute, who was of course Uatu.

Ute makes me laugh given it's meaning here in Australia;)




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