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Subj: Re: K'vvvr charge...
Posted: Wed Oct 01, 2008 at 10:27:27 am EDT (Viewed 220 times)
Reply Subj: "throaty things"
Posted: Tue Sep 30, 2008 at 02:20:02 pm EDT
Excellently expressed, Excelsior! (Thanks for current banner too.)
Fair observation. Though, for argument sake this system mightve been easiest for them to repair quickest too.
Ha! Hear Ranier Wolfcastle shouting McBAAAAIN as his partner died in a similar just-before-retirement death.
Wonder if we should/will get an instory comment as to why Wakanda didnt communicate, thru any means, to call for help. Or maybe readers are to assume it was a cultural/xenophobic/pride thing.
Possibly. It would be a neat detail to note the physical component of the throat thingee was Vibranium (instory). ATM, still think a Divine Duracell was how he powered it.
That appears a key line. In that series (at least), Skrulls feel gods are not to be trifled with and apparently superskrull translates to 'GODKILLER'. Fortunately, for this story, Panther touched on it though more elaborate explanation should follow, if only to benefit the BP canon.
Why are there no aftereffects, yet, of Hercules' defeat of He who Loves You? How did Wakandas fare so equally well to Asgardians; werent the ratio of skrulls and superskrulls the same? Are the dimensional 'demon gods' from CB&MI13 equal in power to the Panther God; and did they just actively participate in the cleansing more? The 'other' gods must think humans can handle themselves? This Invasion is all about RELIGION and more deity answers/logic should be forthcoming by now in all the MU crossovers.
Did not get the impression that the newlyweds swallowed any device. Could be wrong but still feel the how/where they hid the "throaty things" must be told.
Agree that it was a good story telling device. Disagree that the explanation should be up to us(assume youre saying it is and not that it should be). Dont buy a story intending to imagine story specifics myself but expect the storytellers to provide the details and dialogue.
Readers paid the cover charge to read of the K'vvvr Charge.
Like your hypothesis. And will have to 'go with it' for now. But fully expect/demand confirmations of sorts NEXT issue.
Entertained by the sympathetic portrayal of some of the enemy war leaders in several Star Trek TV shows and felt positive similarities as K'vvvr's story played out.
Agreed. Really enjoyed it. Also if the detail about the ears you mentioned below:
The artwork was certainly not mainstream, but I love to see new artistic interrpretations of the Panther...from the crinkles in his forehead when he's worried, to his ears back when he's ready to pounce.
was intentional detail decision than that interpretation should be nodded.
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