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Subj: Re: Have we ever really learned where the Atlanteans come from?
Posted: Wed Dec 27, 2017 at 06:06:16 pm EST (Viewed 93 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Have we ever really learned where the Atlanteans come from?
Posted: Wed Dec 27, 2017 at 04:04:11 pm EST (Viewed 107 times)



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    Nope.



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    We have three theories:
    1. Deviants.
    2. Gods (Greek?).
    3. Natural.



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    And then Hickman gave us those Old fishy Atlanteans.


It would be cool if Neptune mutated the already mutated post-Celestial humans.


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    My interpretation of the original Celestials story is that 100% of the human race was tampered with, and that explains ALL superpowers and lays the groundwork for all of the racial offshoots. Humans were divided into three groups: Eternals, Deviants, and the Rest (the latter of which were given the propensity to mutate, be it X-Genes, other superhuman mutations, or other subraces).



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    I also don't like any of the pantheons being older than mankind. But that's just me.


If Neptune mutated the already mutated post-Celestial humans, then he wouldn't need to be older than humankind.

Nevertheless, I've never been a fan of the notion that human belief created the pantheons. I prefer the immortal aliens from another dimension explanation. Thus Odin, Zeus, Dormammu, and Nightmare would all be peers. On my Marvel Earth, Dormammu and Nightmare would have human worshippers - and Nightmare in particular would have a huge following, as he could easily communicate with his followers via their dreams.








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