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MysteryMan

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katefan

Subj: Wow Katefan...I don't think I have ever agreed so much with you ever before :) *nt*
Posted: Wed May 08, 2013 at 09:26:51 am EDT (Viewed 2 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Was he really though? Or were we just young and impressionable?
Posted: Wed Apr 24, 2013 at 11:14:53 am EDT (Viewed 243 times)



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    That is a good question. Now that I am older I can look back and say that yes, Wolverine was awesome. He was the short, ugly loner, a man always on the edge of going berserk. I loved how he had to deal with this inherent savagery as he was written as a guy coming into the role of a mentor and surrogate father figure. The way Claremont wrote him, it felt as if becoming Kitty Pryde's teacher gave him more reason to be a better man than pining for Jean Grey ever did. Then Claremont sort of ruined it by trying to get lightning to strike twice, having him do it with Jubilee.



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    And Hugh Jackman was an awesome Wolverine, he still is when given good material. The failure really is the over exposure. There can be too much of a good thing and Wolverine adopts so many hats it's impossible to believe he can be a stand up Avenger, a merciless X-Men assassin and a teacher of kids.





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