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#1 Posted by Arad (5 posts) - - Show Bio

It's a character that could have an extrordinary development, her limited series were great, and her relashionship with Gambit and Jubilee on her solo series proved to be nice,

but overall it's poorly treated with hollow stories.

#2 Posted by Arad (5 posts) - - Show Bio
@MrMiracle77 said:
" It occurred to me the other day that X-23 happens to have almost the exact same origin as Namorita.  Clone, only female. "
mmm..... well it can be. I just don´t want to think of her like a simple clone..... oh valla en que dilema me he metido, bueno.... well can anyone else explain me about how they manage time in comic books?
#3 Posted by Arad (5 posts) - - Show Bio
@xerox-kitty said:
" @Arad said:
" I also think that X-23 is more like  Wolverine's genetically engineered daughter than a clone, so seeing the answers you wrote. i can just earn 10 pesos from my sister, Another question How does comics deal with time?
No, she is still a clone, created from his DNA.  If you read the
X-23: Innocence Lost mini series, then you'll understand it a bit better.

What do you mean about time?
"
Well About the innocence lost comic, i had read them and i understand your point, but I still stand by the opinion of being the:"Wolverine's genetically engineered daughter." or even a twin (jajaja and she is like 15-20 years old and her brother is like 150+ years) and what I meant with "time" is how can readers know how many years have past in the storyline, for example with the x-men and Xavier, the first issue of "uncanny x-men" was launched in 1963, and xavier was already in his mid 40s or something, and then you see him in "messahia complex" and he looks the same! so my question is: how do you know how much time has passed from issue to issue? 
#4 Posted by Arad (5 posts) - - Show Bio

I also think that X-23 is more like  Wolverine's genetically engineered daughter than a clone, so seeing the answers you wrote. i can just earn 10 pesos from my sister, Another question How does comics deal with time? 

" @John Valentine: True true!  I still think of her as his daughter, really.  Mainly because of the age and the fact he keeps saying he's responsible for her.  I know Laura considers Sarah to be her mother, but she doesn't see Logan (the one she's actually genetically connected to) as her father... does she? "

#5 Posted by Arad (5 posts) - - Show Bio

When you see this post, you may say.: "wow you´re a retard" or something like that. but heres the reason of my cuestion: As many know laura is officialy clasified as a "clone", but i have some reasons to say she´s not.
Here they are:

1. She had a mother: well, this reason cover a lot of "sub-reasons" for example the fact that she´s a woman (hot), that she looks a lot more to her mother than to wolverine (and that means theres some DNA combination in the process wich means shes not a clone*) [*sorry. lots of biology classes]  and that if she was a clone, her  cells would be 100 year something old, because (of a lot of scientifc shit). so the answer is yours, tell your opinnion.