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Subj: Re: X-Men Gold #12: Kologoth Appreciation Thread...
Posted: Thu Sep 21, 2017 at 03:02:49 pm EDT (Viewed 93 times)
Reply Subj: Re: X-Men Gold #12: Kologoth Appreciation Thread...
Posted: Thu Sep 21, 2017 at 01:20:26 pm EDT (Viewed 118 times)


> I hope that's sarcasm. It's not good to know that the Negative Zone has mutants

"Kologoth Appreciation Thread"? Ha! Yeah, all sarcasm. He proved to be NOT worth it, IMO. Ended up retyping "So - That's Kologoth" about 5-6 different ways. Its so hard to express the sarcastic inflection implied with plain text. Not so much the 'mutant' angle specifically - or at all really. This franchise long ago disallusioned me that EVERYTHING had to be mutant related when they unoriginally revealed Warlock had to be "a mutant" of his Magus' tech-race to be on the New Mutants.

> The arc after Mojo is going to be all about him. So, yeah.

Ugh.

> Hmm... the X-Men have a Negative Zone phone?

And the pet peeves keep on coming. Not surprised by this joke either. There was the selective capability to phone home while in X-Haven. And before that Kitty and Quill had no problem to have long googly eyed conversations via their easypeasy Galactic-Skype [and yet no one could contact Smasher that Cannonball 'was dead'].

> Nope. The book should focus more on Earth-based things.

Or X-men-based things or even just interesting characters. Granted, the intent was probably to start to mold Kologoth into eventually becoming a must see X-men supervillain and serious threat on Earth - like Mojooo. \:\)



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