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TJ Burns

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RonnieThunderbolts

Subj: Re: Ahhh, but the question still applies to the Intitative one...
Posted: Thu Jan 31, 2008 at 05:41:24 pm EST
Reply Subj: Re: Ahhh, but the question still applies to the Intitative one...
Posted: Wed Jan 30, 2008 at 09:25:44 pm EST

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Yes, both the Thor-villain and the Skrull/Intiative recruit are supposed to be white. They've mis-colored him the last two issues, which is pretty annoying, because while Skrulls can surely change their skin color, if you'd already been seen as a white guy called the Crusader, and then started running around claiming to be the same guy, but being a different color, it might hurt your trying to hide being a shape-shifting alien. The colorist probably didn't know what they were doing, and were misinformed by an editorial intern who mixed him up with the Runaways' Xavin (another friendly Skrull, who unlike Crusader, does usually appear as a Black human when posing as an Earthling.

> > Simple question. Isn't Crusader supposed to be a white guy?
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> Multiple Crusaders. You talking about the Initiative one or the Hood Army one?
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> TJB

> Yes, both the Thor-villain and the Skrull/Intiative recruit are supposed to be white.

Ah... see, I didn't know that as I missed Kirkman's Marvel-Team-Up. \:\) Which was why I asked which Crusader you meant. My entire previous exposure to Skrull-Crusader was from his appearance in the Civil War Battle Damage Report... where, oddly enough, he appeared to be non-Caucasian in his thumbnail picture. Bet that's what the colorist saw as well, huh?


TJB


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