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emerick-man
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Subj: Re: Guilt free...
Posted: Thu Nov 13, 2008 at 07:25:55 pm EST
Reply Subj: Re: Guilt free...
Posted: Tue Nov 11, 2008 at 12:25:00 pm EST (Viewed 138 times)


> > > > > So, Spidey 'clumsily kills' Jackpot...'note the quotations'...did not like that.
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> > > > He didn't. Blindside did.
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> > > Yes, yes, no argument there - Still feel/read like Spidey was somewhat responsible even though he tried to disuade her from coming along. BS was in her Rogues Gallery and she's survived but add Spidey and pill to the equation and things got worse.
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> > The pill wasn't in any way responsible for Jackpot's death though, it was all Blindside.
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> "No. It was the Oedipus Neurotoxin. This wasn't your fault." Certainly read as the definitive diagnosis, you are 100% correct. But is it possible that Reed was also being a teensy wheensy bit of a nice guy alleviating Spidey's guilt? Especially since he also confirmed it was a fatal combination in her system, the panel before. Dont all medical practioners check a person's medical history before administering a drug? Spidey new about Alana's substance abuse. Just curious, not arguing that Blindside doesnt deserve all the punishment.
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Yeah, well when Reed is writen properly..(I.e Not in Civil War..)he is a genuinely nice guy, so maybe he was suger coating it a little.
Certainly, No good would come of rubbing Spidey's face in it.
Good analysis!

LTCBF


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