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Subj: Re: X-Factor #4: The good...
Posted: Fri Mar 14, 2014 at 04:36:07 pm EDT (Viewed 123 times)
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Posted: Fri Mar 14, 2014 at 09:19:59 am EDT (Viewed 167 times)

    • Fine. More comicbook cliche with everyone surviving that sized explosion. Fine. But looking at the bare chests of Jean Luc and Danger with the seeming slippage of the art quality... wincing just a bit.


    • Danger vs Nil - good tension (waitaminnit, where'd all those copies of her come from?).

Solid light holograms. That's her chief "power."

And pretty sure she "grew" (like assembling whatever body she deems necessary) in her first appearance. The humanoid form we usually see is not her true form.

    • SpOck did it with his avatar storming 'Norman' in SSM. Now, Danger is doing it (in style) with Sentinels. This Hard Light Generator tech is becoming to commonplace and ill-defined for my liking. But there's precident so it's fair to use with Shi'ar A.I. advanced as Danger.

SpOck shouldn't be doing it, agreed.

    • The Iron Giant reassembly routine is a bit comicbook tired. Does that mean her love for Jeffries will never die too? \:\)

We can certainly hope it dies.

    • Props to Polaris. She's as relentless with a rematch. Lots of cliche comicbook fighting - done well here. Whoa, Magneto! Good one, Danger. Liked that the Serval ship wasn't forgotten too.

The Magneto thing was too pat. I don't think Polaris should have reacted that way.

    • Hmmm... pausing with the kill again. When is Danger going to wake up and... aha! The ole Disney kiss routine. Nice one.

Don't get that... at all. Really, now? Remy such a charmer he makes AIs swoon? Huh?

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