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  1. But Rocky wanted to fight. What do you do if the creator doesn't care anymore?
  2. It's very near the end, I should think. And the sword of Damocles that's been hanging over everybody's head... well, I hope you took your anti-sword pills today. And those answers... so different than I was expecting. The essence of the story has always been man's inhumanity to man, of course.
  3. I felt a little let down by the movie. Mysterio is a series villain, really. He needs time to build up his scheme.
  4. Comparing Iron Man to Doctor Doom is a common trope, especially lately. It used to be Reed Richards, like how basically the only thing that saved him from being like Doctor Doom was his family. But since Civil War, it's sort of a given that he really likes to control people. And that he has problems with opening up to other people.
  5. Everything he suffers, he brings on himself. If he were less arrogant and selfish, why, he could be the leader - the Iron Man - of a European Avengers.
  6. Moondragon is powerful, but compared to Archanfel? Is he even susceptible to mental attacks? Odd to think of this so late in the 'game' but it seems unlikely his creators would not have thought of this, given they themselves are telepaths.
  7. Just read 'Zenith', by Grant Morrison, and I think Peter St.John may be a good candidate. He was a created superhuman; in his world, the so-called 'Lloigor', 4-dimensional entities from outside the normal universe, have sought entry, but they can only exist in host bodies in the threedimensional world; and no ordinary human body can endure their presence. So they sent instructions for the creation of superhumans; the first of these, 'Master Man', was created by the Nazis and possesses by a Lloigor. The allied forces created their own superhumans; but Master Man was not defeated by one of them but by a nuclear bomb. After the war, the UK used cell samples obtained from Master Man to retro-engineer the serum that gave him his powers, and injected it into human fetuses in the womb. The ones that survived developed superhuman abilities when they hit puberty; and one of those was Peter St.John, also known as Mandala. His power was specifically psychic, and while he possessed immense psionic abilities, his greatest talent lay in mind-control, illusion and hypnosis - powers not favored by the Zoalord Council, let alone Archanfel himself. I would be very surprised if he were unable to co-opt the telepathic control the Zoalords exert over other Zoaforms, as he was able to even hypnotize the Lloigor themselves. He is somewhat of a benevolent despot, who uses his power to effectively rule the UK and possibly more.
  8. I thought it was very tragic how a young teenage girl plus her clones with zero life experience were viewed and treated as nothing more than control modules for killing machines, losing their mind and their life in the process. And - in case you didn't know - Elpy's name is derived from 'Lemon People', a magazine unabashadly aimed at hebephiles. Ah, Japan. Hence "Elpeo Ple" - "L-people".
  9. Actually, I was mistaken. Elpy is in Gundam Double Zeta. Zeta 2?
  10. If the Creators could wait millions of years for their ultimate biological weapon to finish baking... I just hope we won't be as gypped as they were.
  11. Already? That's 39 episodes! Damn.
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