I would like to see Wild cat Jr. be with people his own age. Like Teen Titans or Young Justice.
> ...and becomes a boxer. I'd love for this guy to become a boxer and not a superhero. He'd probably have to not use his powers and it would take a large amount of control, but I'd love for this Wildcat to just become a boxer to honor his father.
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> > Yea, i pretty much agree with punishment. I don't hate the existance of the character, i just dislike the fact that johns had him join the family biz. It would've been more innovative if Tom would've just stayed a civilian...
> > > > It definately seems like everyone has an opinion on this new character. Personally for me (although like the idea of were people in comics) its too early to tell ultimately to where this is going but the fight with Vandal savage was good in that it showed some small ammount of Wildcat jrs charcter. My question to the board is ....Wildcat Jr....good or bad idea for a character??
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> > > I only have to say nay not because I hate the character, but I think Ted having a superhero son that isn't a part of the JSA would kind of be interesting. I mean, Wildcat Jr. was a loner for most of his life (that was the impression I got). It just felt too much like your typical cliche ending to have him join the team at the end of the first arc. I was hoping Geoff would do something a bit more suprising then having him join.
> I would like to see Wild cat Jr. be with people his own age. Like Teen Titans or Young Justice.
Yeah, but haven't they established that Tom is 22 or 23? I mean, he's older than Stargirl and Cyclone, right around the same age as Damage, the new Steel would be right around that age too...
I just don't like it when they lump characters together strictly on age...