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Niddle

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Ohotmu the all-knowing

Subj: Re: None taken, and here's a partial real answer...
Posted: Wed Apr 23, 2008 at 01:22:55 pm EDT
Reply Subj: None taken, and here's a partial real answer...
Posted: Tue Apr 22, 2008 at 12:40:51 am EDT

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> Please?

She was first shown as Karen Starr in the 1970's in the DC Showcase comic. She didn't wear glasses or color her hair or even change her hairstyle.

During her miniseries in the 80's, I'm fairly certain she still had no change to the hairdo, but I don't recall if she was sporting any specs at that time.

So, if my recollection of the 80's miniseries is accurate, and if the DC Showcase issues (which I recently read) are any indication, she takes virtually no steps to alter her appearance from the neck up. I'll leave it up to you as to why this is even remotely effective.

Ohotmu


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> She was first shown as Karen Starr in the 1970's in the DC Showcase comic. She didn't wear glasses or color her hair or even change her hairstyle.
>
> During her miniseries in the 80's, I'm fairly certain she still had no change to the hairdo, but I don't recall if she was sporting any specs at that time.
>
> So, if my recollection of the 80's miniseries is accurate, and if the DC Showcase issues (which I recently read) are any indication, she takes virtually no steps to alter her appearance from the neck up. I'll leave it up to you as to why this is even remotely effective.
>
> Ohotmu



Ummm...

As Karen Starr she maintains an internal super-speed vibration like Jay does when he's the Flash, thus causing the facial features to blur?


>:-D


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