Dave Galanter
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Thatguy

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lawrencejackson

Subj: Re: Ororo's marriage
Posted: Thu Oct 11, 2007 at 11:54:22 am EDT
Reply Subj: Ororo's marriage
Posted: Thu Oct 11, 2007 at 09:58:18 am EDT

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Has marriage made Ororo a stronger or weaker character?

I appreciate the focus on her outside of the large team setting, and I like her character much more than I ever did in the X-books. Somehow, Hudlin makes her more of a human being in his writing than the X-writers (even Claremont) did for me.

Other views are welcome, but I think we have enough evidence to make some judgments now.

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> Has marriage made Ororo a stronger or weaker character?
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> I appreciate the focus on her outside of the large team setting, and I like her character much more than I ever did in the X-books. Somehow, Hudlin makes her more of a human being in his writing than the X-writers (even Claremont) did for me.

It has the potential to make her a stronger character. Storm's been around non stop since her introduction in largely the same role. No other character can really say that, and it's not a good thing. Characters need breaks from the spotlight, especially those with weaker dynamics than say, Panther or Cap.

And while she may not be getting a break, she is at least in a new role. It makes little sense given the current direction of the X-verse, but that direction makes little sense itself, so hey!

So I think it could be good for her, but I learned early on not to trust in Reggie's writing ability.


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