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Subj: Re: Bad idea
Posted: Sun Apr 01, 2007 at 08:17:26 pm CDT
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Posted: Sun Apr 01, 2007 at 02:34:02 pm CDT (Viewed 1 times)

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> 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??

It's a bad idea. First of all, there's already fourteen members, not including Obsidian. We don't need anymore members, but it looks as though "Mr. America" might be joining, and quite possibly some others from the way Sands and Obsidian were talking.
But setting that aside, I still don't like the idea of another "Wildcat". The whole idea is lame. Just because Ted goes by the name Wildcat, his son turns out to be one? Silly. If they wanted me to like the character, they should have given Ted's son a whole other set of powers, with nothing similar to his dad at all.


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> It's a bad idea. First of all, there's already fourteen members, not including Obsidian. We don't need anymore members, but it looks as though "Mr. America" might be joining, and quite possibly some others from the way Sands and Obsidian were talking.
> But setting that aside, I still don't like the idea of another "Wildcat". The whole idea is lame. Just because Ted goes by the name Wildcat, his son turns out to be one? Silly. If they wanted me to like the character, they should have given Ted's son a whole other set of powers, with nothing similar to his dad at all.

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I agree. I'm not thrilled about Wildcat jr either. The idea that his son happens to get were-cat powers and turns into furry version of his father's costume is lame. But it's no more lame than Jay losing his connection to the speed force only to find out that he happens to be a metahuman with speed powers... *gah*


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