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Subj: Re: Weird...
Posted: Fri Mar 28, 2014 at 08:53:31 am EDT (Viewed 128 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Didn't Puck just walk out of Hell?
Posted: Fri Mar 28, 2014 at 08:01:11 am EDT (Viewed 122 times)
Quote:We don't know exactly how he got out of Hell. The Wolverine Goes to Hell story ended with him being ruler, so maybe it's good to be the king? Next we saw him, he was rescuing Mac from Heather during Fear Itself. He says the obvious-- that he escaped from Hell-- but not how.
Herc was given omnipotence (or the very closest thing to it) during Chaos War. There wasn't much he couldn't do. Creating matter isn't a daunting task for Odin or Zeus. Wasn't for Herc, either.
But regardless, everything you mention is just the same sort of magicking up bodies. At least we have some sort of explanation for this one.
Well... that's also true. Although there are probably other methods like just reinfusing into the original[corpse] body or temporal rebooting, for 2 examples, but can't think of any OTTOMH. Granted, bringing back to life any way is technically magicks - else science would get a better rep.
Quote:You want to really go "WTF?" How does Wolverine magic up bodies after his flesh gets burned off? Hmm? Okay, he grows them. But how? He doesn't seem to be converting matter around him to flesh, so it just magics around his bones.
Thought that the whole Azreal curse on Logan was a GOOD idea/concept while it lasted even though it appears to have had a lot of online detractors.
Quote:I doubt Kurt would be given a reward like that. God or the angels, whatever, would have likely wanted what Xavier's spirit was begging him to do: return to Heaven and live happily ever after. Life on Earth is NOT a reward to God or the angels; Heaven is the reward. Kurt's choice was to refuse this.
Weird that God/angels were not concerned/grateful with Azazeal's machinizations. Weird that Kurt would summon/risk his living friends in the first place to help in an afterlife battle. Weird that Xavier was singled out as the spirit looking out for Kurt, although on the other hand he did score a spot in heaven and did have a patronly love for the elf. Weird origins of the red bamfs to baffle us now that we finally got who the blue ones are... red ones that go good but keep their debaucherous natures and turn blue of course. Weird mechanics of this heaven-built can't-be-undone-only-way portal to rationalize. True, it was understandable and believable the angle of Kurt's coming back via a sacrifice, it's just that it needed more finesse IMO.
I miss Dad and Dan.
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