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Subj: Re: Vamp-Jube in the sun - continuation with Black Guardian.
Posted: Mon Apr 25, 2011 at 01:35:36 pm EDT (Viewed 210 times)
Reply Subj: Vamp-Jube in the sun - continuation with Black Guardian.
Posted: Mon Apr 25, 2011 at 12:15:41 pm EDT (Viewed 281 times)

    Are you certain? I don't recall seeing this mentioned anywhere, except stuff like where Northstar stole medallions off of vamps, and then Dazzler incinerates them.

    In her last appearance as a full-blown vamp under Xarus control, lying on the floor after a beating, when the X-men burst in, she clearly still has her medallion.

It would be utterly stupid not to destroy the amulets, even and especially in Jubilee's case.

    Add to that, the light in her cell on Utopia looked very similar to daylight in the first VampU-Wolvie issue. Doesn't seem impossible that Dr Nemesis analyzed the medallions and created the habitat in her cell by determining how it works, and precisely which wave-lengths are non-harmful to vamps.

The light in her cells definitely did not look like sunlight. It looks like typical fluorescent lighting. And she clearly was not wearing any medallion at this point, and it would be foolish to give her one.

    She's also seen standing and having a look at the sunset, which I think technically shouldn't actually be very fun if you're Vamp.

Comics have words for reasons. If you read that scene, the narration states that the sun had already set, the light was not direct sunlight, and that's the most she can handle. It's always direct sunlight that is harmful. Sunsets/rises are never a problem.

    Of course, the no-prize for you, is that the UV-rads are simply to low to be dangerous after a certain time-stamp during sunset...

No need for No-Prizes.

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