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Subj: Re: Not Really, And Not All Characters.
Posted: Mon Dec 18, 2017 at 08:46:33 pm EST (Viewed 264 times)
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    AND maybe even Image. The Spectre, Phantom Stranger, Parallax, Krona, all of the Green Lanterns, Flash, Guardians, etc. Marvel is a MUCH weaker universe. And I hear that Spawn has gotten quite powerful as well. And how is Rick Jones on the same level as any of those guys? Franklin being a reality warper is cool, not do to his powers or anything, but the fact that he's one of the most powerful mutants and he's about 12. That's an interesting concept.

Contrary to what happened in other comics universes, Marvel characters were created as people who have to deal with their limits & their handicaps.

Currently, Franklin can solve any problem : Hulk's anger, the Thing's appearance, Daredevil's sight, the Multiverse's self-destruction ...

Even during the Stan Lee Silver Age, there were lots of powerful characters that were seemingly omnipotent. Odin, for example, seemed to be able to do pretty much anything (He was called Omnipotent Odin.), and then there was Galactus. Marvel has always had characters that had plot device powers. As to Franklin, I doubt that he can fix anything and everything. Matt'S blindness, for example. And definitely NOT the multiverse. He's not on the same level as the Molecule Man. Plus, he does tend to lose his powers a lot of the time, so.