I was wondering about Gen13,it just seemed to drop off the face of the earth.
Fairchild was leader of the team right?
It just always seemed they used her for the whole image of the whole group.I remember every ad or anything I saw for Gen13 just showed her in all her buxomness.
As for the sexuality subject,I think it adds to the book as a whole.Even if it a small character,it just expands the character.And if you have a straight character(Kyle Rayner) befriend a gay character(Terry) and after Terry is beaten up Kyle in full GL mode go on to kick the asses of the guys who beat up Terry it proves that even though they life different lifestyles they are still friends and GL/Kyle will defend him and Terry would do the same for Kyle.
Or maybe I'm thinking too much about it.
I am immortal I have inside me blood of kings I have no rival,no man can be my equal So take me to the future of of your world ---Queen,Princes of the Universe
Originally posted by ICEMANJudd was on Phil Donahue's non-watched show on MSNBC last night.I didn't see it but from the clip I saw it looked like Mr.Winnick could defend himself well.
He does Exiles too? Isn't one of the Exiles gay?
Yes. Sunfire(Mariko Yoshida) is a lesbian.
While Judd's decent on the adventure-side of a comic, where he excels is in interpersonal relationships.
Is this the same Sunfire as before, y'know...the guy with the cool flamey powers....or is this his sister?
Sorta. Mariko was Sunfire's cousin. Sunfire DOES have a sister in regular X-continuity who's now operating under the name, however. The Mariko Yoshida in current X-Men continuity was Wolverine's lady love, and died from poisoning.
Exiles deals with mutants from alternate realities banding together to deal with dimensional anomalies, essentially, a Superhero Quantum Leap. The only character from a previous storylined continuity is Blink, from the Age of Apocalypse.
I know there are a lot of Monk-ites on this board, so I was wondering what everyone thought of last night's episode. I think the casting of Turturro as Monk's brother was excellent, though the actual crime itself was a bit thin.