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Jared

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Bagheera

Subj: Re: Best-developed obscure character?
Posted: Tue Sep 04, 2007 at 09:36:16 pm EDT
Reply Subj: Re: Best-developed obscure character?
Posted: Tue Sep 04, 2007 at 07:52:52 pm EDT

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> What obscure character, who never really made it big as either a hero or a villain, had some of the most interesting development for you?

If Black Panther counts, then Priest should be considered THE MAN.

Everett K. Ross should most certainly count and prove that Priest is, indeed, THE MAN.

If Black Knight and Sersi count, then the Harras/Epting/Palmer team should be considered godlike.

And even though this is a Marvel board, John Ostrander will always deserve the accolades he receives for his brilliant f'ing work with the "heroes" of Task Force X in the pages of Suicide Squad.




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> If Black Panther counts, then Priest should be considered THE MAN.
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> Everett K. Ross should most certainly count and prove that Priest is, indeed, THE MAN.
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> If Black Knight and Sersi count, then the Harras/Epting/Palmer team should be considered godlike.
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> And even though this is a Marvel board, John Ostrander will always deserve the accolades he receives for his brilliant f'ing work with the "heroes" of Task Force X in the pages of Suicide Squad.

Speaking personally, I'd consider the Panther an A-lister, although it was guys like Priest, Don McGregor and Jack Kirby that made him one.

As for the rest of your characters, Black Knight, Sersi and this Everett K. Ross fellow all count.


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