Well that got his attention. I guess now she can access any computer as long as it is wireless capable.
That can be very helpful or dangeres give or take who has it.
Exactly. I know some people wanted to see Mollie become a superhero, but we always had loftier plans for her.
I think Mollie would make an exccellent behind the scenes character that if pressed in to combat would be able to hold her own thanks to her implants and other abilities. This is a really cool turn of event though. With her healing ability if she ellected to and the tailor was capable (which I imagine he is) they could give her more human looking prosthetics that were still potent right? It is awesome to watch the character go from the assumedly male cyborg to what she is now becoming. She is one of if not my favorite characters!
Thank you! I have to admit I have really enjoyed writing about Mollie, although she seems to have taken a large part of herself out of my hands and is deciding her own fate with just a few tweaks and nudges from me to keep her on plot.
She just isn't interested in looking "more human" at this stage of the game. She has always been a bit of a rebel, and the idea of being different appeals to her. Scott had mentioned letting her hair grow out to a bob, but she really likes the more boyish look. I think her new image has grown on her and she plans to continue on as she has become. I think she feels freed from the conventions of being female and is enjoying the freedom.
Much agreed! I put subtle make up on many of our women characters, but not Mollie.
I don't think anyone has really realized yet how huge it is that she is the first person on earth to be one with the internet.
Especially since she no longer has feminine genitals?
You are correct, she does not. Still, from chromosomes on up, and in the layout of her brain, she is still a woman.
So if Wissenschaft, Tactical, Synn (although last time he was seen that was different), or any person that is a technology user and does not want to be found now has little choice since they hav e a highly motivated and skilled almost cybermancer on their trail who happens to know Johnny Saturn as well as the Staff of Life…..big big deal. She could also possibly lock Wissenschaft down where ever he was at trapping him, also she could probably discover the existance of the Star Cabal as well as Oppression wave.
Well you've got. Some of what you predict will come to pass. Of course, Benita and I have a quirky way of getting about these things. You've got a deal of correct, though, so Bravo!xD
Considering she knows or cares about the Star Cabal or the Oppression Wave at this time. Just because you have access to the web doesn't mean you know everything all at once. Just like we have to do searches to find something, so will Mollie. But Wissenschaft…Yes, that's a different story all together. She and Greg both have stakes in that game. But like Scott says, it won't be quite the way you think it will be.
I try to reign in my predictions most of the time since I do go out in to left field sometimes with my Saturn Clone theory as of late. Once I start a prediction I tend to carry to the furthest extreme. I am glad I am not right to be honest because I typically figure out movies and comics pretty easily but y'all have always managed to surprise me. Greg is a prime example. I would have never predicted the deal with Tactical.
Actually, Johnny Saturn the Clone Saga would be cool. And it wouldn't last for nearly as long as it did in Spider-Man.
I know what you mean about comics and movies, and how predictable they are. Sometimes I can't bear to watch them. Sometimes, though, writers really get it, such as Ed Brubaker on Captain America–who could have seen all the twists and turns?! And, that a book would chug happily along for two years with the main character dead?
That book is a master peice that I wait for every month, Brubaker seemingly waited his whole life to tell that story.
We are in agreement. That is some masterful storytelling. I also love his Daredevil work.
When Brubaker followed Bendis on Daredevil, he actually kept all the plot points, side characters, and events that Bendis had written. This really impressed me, because new writers generally toss all that stuff aside and "take the character back to the basics."
I don't remember being outlandlandishly impressed with Brubaker's work at DC, but at Marvel he's found his niche.
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