| > > > 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!
> > I think he's too much of a scientist to lie about the test results. If Reed says that the antidote didn't kill her then I see no reason to believe otherwise. It certainly wasn't written in an ambiguous manner.
> Well there have been instances where Reed has put people's feelings before 'the science' Mainly I believe from Susan being a good humanising influence on him over the years...
| > But of course that person is a million miles away from Miller's recent takes on him..|
> I still find it difficult to believe that adding more drugs to the tremendous combination Jackpot was on, could have no harmful effects...
Probably shouldve worded it that way in my original post.
| > But what the heck, that's comics right?|
True, true. And some writers handle characters' expertise(s) differently. Just read Spidey/FF where Reed kind of deferred to Spidey's biology knowledge http://www.comicboards.com/app/image.php?msg=fantasticfour-2008111203270164&att=sp%26FF4biology.JPG&fullsize=yes
but in this issue Peter is sort of failing Biochemistry 101. Easily no-prized but still an observation.