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Reverend Meteor

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Grey Gargoyle

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Subj: Re: Did (or does) anyone actually like the Binary identity?
Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2019 at 10:31:40 am CST (Viewed 192 times)
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    When was the 2nd exposure to the Psyche Magnitron?

In Ms. Marvel #4 (1977)

It was the last Bronze Age appearance of Kerwin Korman
(The obscure villain who was supposed to become the Lex Luthor/Dr. Sivana/Dr. Octopus/Wizard of Ms. Marvel if he had not been forgotten by Marvel writers)

Korman & the Doomsday Man were apparently destroyed by the explosion of the Power Unit of the Psyche-Magnitron.

    1. Didn't Claremont do almost this exact same thing with Carol seeing her alternate selves in the cavorite crystal with Dazzler when she looked into the Siege Perilous. (I'm thinking of that time John Fogerty got sued for ripping off...John Fogerty!)

Yes, absolutely ! \:\-D

    2. So did Grayson ever have the quantum bands or not? It sounds like Grayson and Mar-Vell never had the real quantum bands. Why would the alien who pretended to be Grayson have access to the real Quantum Bands but the real Grayson not have them? So confused.

Currently, it is a mess without viable explanation ... (-_-')

Hmm...maybe she got the seventh sense from the 2nd exposure to the psyche magnitron?

I think there is a comment in Ms. Marvel #5 her ability to fly was all costume. So maybe that second exposure also (eventually?) gave her the actual ability of flight.

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