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Subj: Re: Uncanny X-Men #19: Good job...
Posted: Thu Mar 20, 2014 at 01:44:00 pm EDT (Viewed 108 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Uncanny X-Men #19: Good job...
Posted: Thu Mar 20, 2014 at 10:29:32 am EDT (Viewed 137 times)



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    > Well, Overdrive has "nano bacteria" that alter reality on a somewhat small scale, actually changing a vehicle's appearance. Hijack's power just seems like a specialized telekinesis (affecting combustion and electrical systems, primarily).
    The mechanics are different. Just meant the end result in general. Maybe a showdown is called for:

Well, that's just it. Overdrive seems to be able to do more with his powers. His powers actually alter vehicles, often creating weapons and stuff from scratch. Hijack just moves stuff around.


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    > Yes, that was the whole point of Mutant Growth Hormone.
    So all those humans that got the various powers got their MGH sample taken from the blood of some of our fave X-men when? More between-panel out-of-story flashback? Sigh. Is it canon that MGH also comes from non-mutant superhumans?

Not necessarily from X-Men. X-Men aren't the only mutants. Even at its height, Utopia never even housed the majority of mutants.

I don't think it should be from non-mutants, but it seems that it has come from other superhumans, as well: like Mattie Franklin and Owl.


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    > Would love for it to be revealed that Madripoor Creed is Raven.
    They appear too often in the same scene that might make that, otherwise fun idea, problematic.

Hmm... okay. I thought his Madripoor appearances were alone.




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