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Upper_Krust

Member Since: Fri Aug 21, 2015
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skrayper

Member Since: Mon Jul 24, 2017
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Subj: Re: Not a fan of the pairing...
Posted: Mon Sep 28, 2020 at 03:54:59 pm EDT (Viewed 98 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Not a fan of the pairing...
Posted: Mon Sep 28, 2020 at 10:50:32 am EDT (Viewed 141 times)



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    I mostly interpreted it as both pairing with someone that could take what the other one dished out. Thor has either had Sif (goddess, but lower tier) or Jane (mortal). Jen is the one where he could truly be wild with and vice versa.


Could he not be wild with the Enchantress?


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    I agree that they overbulked her. She should have been more muscular than originally depicted because gamma-induced strength or intelligence in the Marvel universe has always included an increase in the appropriate body part (muscles for strength, brain for intelligence) - Jen just got taller more or less.


Obviously they still wanted to keep her attractive.


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    I always presumed she'd have something more akin to the build of a collegiate gymnast (not the tiny Olympic ones). She could be curvier though, if preferred, because it's not like she's forced to constantly burn fat to build muscle mass (but she DID work out a lot, way more so than Hulk did). So it stands to reason her arms shouldn't be slender either.


She doesn't need to be vein-y. Its not a good look.


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    I was really hoping they'd give Jen more of a "boost" for really big fights. Jen in human, then a slender form for regular missions (allowing her to still remain invulnerable and strong but fit in more places), then go full power with a huge boost of mass and strength.


I suspect the last thing current Marvel would do is have a female character show vulnerability, but perhaps they'll prove me wrong.




You address Omnipotence...tread carefully.
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