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    • CommentTimeMar 26th 2011
    @Jack: abt Mark appearing "attenuated": how would you feel if you would have been knocked flat and suddenly woke up because somebody threw a bucket of water over your head? I don't suppose you would be kicking around wildly too... ;-)
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    No, I don't suppose so. And aa the better so! You know, it was Mark who instigated the big crash in the first place, pushing the other beyond the limit and triggering a discharge of power the others could no more stop. Mark is THE villain of the story,, the other freakangels played in his hands, in my opinion.
    • CommentAuthordarrylayo
    • CommentTimeMar 26th 2011
    This is such a delightful comic series.

    I just caught up with the last three episodes and oh gosh oh goodness, this is how modern comics should go.

    That said, we have fascinating things coming around the bend. I am at the edge of my seat wondering what's going to happen when Alice walks in and sees not only Mark but Luke, sitting there with the others. As far as Alice knows, Luke's dead.
    • CommentAuthorAmhuinn
    • CommentTimeMar 27th 2011
    I don't think this is all about Luke. He has had a lot of face time, but I think every character gets a moment to shine. So far, I suppose I do find Luke, Mark and Alice some of the most interesting characters though. With Luke and Alice because they seems to have undergone more change or growth and Mark because of the mystery. Also, because of what they bring to the group. Each Freakangel seems to provide some useful function or ability that keeps things ticking along in Whitechapel. They work beautifully as a group. Then you bring in these outside factors that create tension: Alice, who brought some sense of change and who, I think, will be very important in that role; Luke, who made them face up to various truths and Mark... the first outcast, who seems to know something vital that will massively impact their future.
    • CommentTimeMar 30th 2011
    Aw the penis came off.