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Subj: Note: Marvel /=/ DC. -nt-
Posted: Tue Mar 27, 2007 at 05:18:34 pm EDT
Reply Subj: Re: Actually...
Posted: Mon Mar 26, 2007 at 05:29:56 pm EDT
> > > > > Stargirl would be a far odder choice as chair. That would be like Kitty Pryde leading the X-Men.
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> > > > At this stage of the game I could easily buy Kitty Pryde leading a squad of the X-Men. For me, it makes INFINITELY more sense than Rogue leading a team in every way except movie exposure. Kitty is intelligent, has been around for a long time, has been trained in the ways of a Samurai, has showed a natural mind for logistics and even tactics...I would buy her as a team leader just about any day of the week.
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> > > Yeah, but Kitty Pryde is a freaking genius. That said, it also took years for her to mature.
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> > > I am pretty sure that Stargirl, is pretty normal in the mental department. She is just a teenager, who got her hand on some cosmic weaponary and tried to piss off her stepdad. I think her friend and somewhat helper in her comicbook was actually the smart one.
> > > She might have grown up a bit, but she still is a 17 year old kid.
> > Fair enough. My concern was mainly with the slight to Kitty. I don't think that I would actually nominate Stargirl. If your codename ends in 'girl' and doesn't start with 'Saturn' you probably aren't ready to lead yet.
> Actually... Kitty Pride did lead the X-Men, almost twenty years ago. It was shortly after the 1ooth anniversary of the Wolvie-Nightcrawler-Colossus-Storm X-Men, when Nightcrawler was the official team leader during the simultaneous absences of Cyclops and Storm... the X-Men had to rescue Power Pack from the Morlocks and Wolverine informed Kitty that she was in charge of the team due to Kurt's absence (it happened whil he was gone for his limited series) so it was only for one issue, but it was cool. And it was when she was still portrayed as being 15/16, like Stargirl is now, as opposed to her currently when she's supposed to be 19/20 or something.