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Subj: Re: Uncanny X-Men #19: Good job...
Posted: Fri Mar 21, 2014 at 07:15:20 am EDT (Viewed 117 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Uncanny X-Men #19: Good job...
Posted: Thu Mar 20, 2014 at 09:32:18 pm EDT (Viewed 12 times)
Quote:Least she was smart enough to go to a Dr. Strange that didn't know about AVX.
Quote:Hijack's power just seems like a specialized telekinesis (affecting combustion and electrical systems, primarily).
I see where you're going, just the word telekinesis is just wrong. More than movement, I think it's closer to what the little kid from Heroes had.
Heroes references don't work on me. I wasn't a fan. All Hijack does is move stuff. Whether that stuff is doors or electrons, it's some type of telekinesis.
Quote:I'm probably wrong, but I'm still sticking with the mystery guy being Archer of the XUE. Why? Aside from the blank-looking helmet, everybody from Bishop's timeline needs to be a rat-bastard race-traitor... except the dead one, Shard.
Think I read that the similar appearance was a coincidence. Still, I'd think anyone from Bishop's timeline with a grudge would be after Hope, not trying to increase mutant hatred.
Never trust a mutant from Bishop's timeline. They were all indoctrinated by Sentinels.
Quote:I think Archer was assumed dead when Genosha got destroyed. Also there was the other kid whose machine sent Alex to Mutant X world, think they declared him dead too.
It would be bizarre to make the assumption Archer is dead, because he was never seen having anything to do with Genosha. Greystone hasn't been declared dead, just assumed dead, like Havok was until he returned from Mutant X.
But yeah, I'm probably wrong about it being Archer. No one is in a rush to bring back anything made by Howard Mackie.
City of Heroes is BACK!
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