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Anima Spiritia

Subj: Re: Who are the characters getting TOO much respect?
Posted: Sat Mar 08, 2008 at 02:39:47 pm EST
Reply Subj: Who are the characters getting TOO much respect?
Posted: Sat Mar 08, 2008 at 01:04:05 pm EST (Viewed 1 times)

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specifically the ones who seem to elude "Parker Luck" moments as well winning all the time. does it actually get in the way of character development and reader interest?



> specifically the ones who seem to elude "Parker Luck" moments as well winning all the time. does it actually get in the way of character development and reader interest?
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I agree on the Batman and Wolverine points below. However, since you brought up Spider-man, I think he's a unique one. The odd thing about him is that he's always fighting at the level of his opponent. Spidey could be fighting a bum on the street and still have a few problems yet still take on a class 100 villain and do just as well. I think that in his case he is traditionally underwritten but has select moments of being overwritten (in terms of ability). I really hate saying him look incompetent as a hero. He should really be above that by now. It's ok to make mistakes but sometimes he comes out looking like a clown.


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