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Subj: Re: Why is the Hood's gang so boring and unimpressive?
Posted: Sun Jan 27, 2008 at 05:10:36 pm CST
Reply Subj: Why is the Hood's gang so boring and unimpressive?
Posted: Sun Jan 27, 2008 at 02:31:52 pm CST

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Am I the only who thinks the Hood's gang is really boring and unimpressive so far?

A lot of these villains are supposed to geniuses as well (like the Wizard) so why would they all serve the Hood?

It seems like these villains jobbing to the Hood to make him look cooler. Besides Hood and maybe Jigsaw, none of these villains have displayed any personality in this group. They all come off as minions, instead of characters with their own personality.

It be easy and far more interesting to give these villains some personality and have some group interaction. Some of the thug villains would be impressed with the Hood because of intelligence and the fact that he is a product of the streets, however others should have their own agendas:

Wizard could be the "starscream" of the group, secretly planning on overthrowing the Hood after he has done all the leg work, Purple Man as the scary psycho everyone kinda dislikes and who has only joined the group for kicks, Jonas Harrow as the one who is merely interested in pursuing his agenda of advancing his own bizarre experiments and stays loyal because he believes the resources from this group will help in this cause, etc.

This group should be far more interesting than the way Bendis writes them. This group is completely unimpressive.

> Am I the only who thinks the Hood's gang is really boring and unimpressive so far?
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> A lot of these villains are supposed to geniuses as well (like the Wizard) so why would they all serve the Hood?

***Well lets put it this way...when was the last time the wizard did anything successful for all that genius? I mean why did all those other guys work for a fatarse like Kingpin? Because it takes more than genius it takes a vision, it takes initiative and a unifying quality...The Hood has that.
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> It seems like these villains jobbing to the Hood to make him look cooler. Besides Hood and maybe Jigsaw, none of these villains have displayed any personality in this group. They all come off as minions, instead of characters with their own personality.

***With such a big group that doesn't have their own book, it's not easy to make them all individuals.


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> It be easy and far more interesting to give these villains some personality and have some group interaction. Some of the thug villains would be impressed with the Hood because of intelligence and the fact that he is a product of the streets, however others should have their own agendas:
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> Wizard could be the "starscream" of the group, secretly planning on overthrowing the Hood after he has done all the leg work, Purple Man as the scary psycho everyone kinda dislikes and who has only joined the group for kicks, Jonas Harrow as the one who is merely interested in pursuing his agenda of advancing his own bizarre experiments and stays loyal because he believes the resources from this group will help in this cause, etc.

***Except The Hood gave them all that offer before...they can all do those things as long as the group gets a piece...if the wizard wants a banatronic galvanizing ray tell the hood...we will get a team together and they will get it for him. etc etc. Hell I mean right after a group of villains gets caught by SHIELD The Hood goes right to the carrier and gets them out.

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> This group should be far more interesting than the way Bendis writes them. This group is completely unimpressive.

***The group has been seen in what 3 issues...give them some time.


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