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3rd Sep '16 1:35:34 AM HelloLamppost
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* When the Skrulls were first introduced, they were very short and grotesque-looking, being archetypical "LittleGreenMen." Over the years, they've come to be portrayed as much more humanoid, albeit with pointy ears and bumpy chins (their women in particular); but occasionally an artist will take them back to their more goblinesque visual roots without explanation. But an explanation is simple enough for a race of shapeshifters. While an individual Skrull probably keeps his facial features constant enough to remain recognizable, more general aspects of his appearance like height and body proportions are basically arbitrary, like a human choosing an outfit out of the closet each morning.

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* When the Skrulls were first introduced, they were very short and grotesque-looking, being archetypical "LittleGreenMen." Over the years, they've come to be portrayed as much more humanoid, humanoid (their women in particular), albeit with pointy ears and bumpy chins (their women in particular); chins; but occasionally an artist will take them back to their more goblinesque visual roots without explanation. explanation. But an explanation is simple enough for a race of shapeshifters. shapeshifters. While an individual Skrull probably keeps his facial features constant enough to remain recognizable, more general aspects of his appearance like height and body proportions are basically arbitrary, like a human choosing an outfit out of the closet each morning.
3rd Sep '16 1:35:07 AM HelloLamppost
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* When the Skrulls were first introduced, they were very short and grotesque-looking, being archetypical "LittleGreenMen." Over the years, they've usually been portrayed as much more humanoid, albeit with pointy ears and bumpy chins (their women in particular); but occasionally an artist will take them back to their more goblinesque visual roots without explanation. But an explanation is simple enough for a race of shapeshifters. While an individual Skrull probably keeps his facial features constant enough to remain recognizable, more general aspects of his appearance like height and body proportions are basically arbitrary, like a human choosing an outfit out of the closet each morning.

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* When the Skrulls were first introduced, they were very short and grotesque-looking, being archetypical "LittleGreenMen." Over the years, they've usually been come to be portrayed as much more humanoid, albeit with pointy ears and bumpy chins (their women in particular); but occasionally an artist will take them back to their more goblinesque visual roots without explanation. explanation. But an explanation is simple enough for a race of shapeshifters. shapeshifters. While an individual Skrull probably keeps his facial features constant enough to remain recognizable, more general aspects of his appearance like height and body proportions are basically arbitrary, like a human choosing an outfit out of the closet each morning.
3rd Sep '16 1:34:35 AM HelloLamppost
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[[WMG: Skrulls change their height as casually as they change their clothes.]]
* When the Skrulls were first introduced, they were very short and grotesque-looking, being archetypical "LittleGreenMen." Over the years, they've usually been portrayed as much more humanoid, albeit with pointy ears and bumpy chins (their women in particular); but occasionally an artist will take them back to their more goblinesque visual roots without explanation. But an explanation is simple enough for a race of shapeshifters. While an individual Skrull probably keeps his facial features constant enough to remain recognizable, more general aspects of his appearance like height and body proportions are basically arbitrary, like a human choosing an outfit out of the closet each morning.
3rd Sep '16 1:25:20 AM HelloLamppost
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* Due to ComicBookTime, Franklin has aged slower than anyone else in the Marvel Universe. Since Franklin is a reality warper who can't entirely control his powers, the explanation is simple. He enjoys being a little boy. And nobody has noticed the discrepancy because he doesn't want them to. He probably doesn't even consciously realize he's doing it. Valeria might be clever enough to notice it, though; and it would be just like her not to tell anyone.

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* Due to ComicBookTime, Franklin has aged slower than anyone else in the Marvel Universe. Since Franklin is a reality warper who can't entirely control his powers, the explanation is simple. simple. He enjoys being a little boy. boy. And nobody has noticed the discrepancy because he doesn't want them to. to. He probably doesn't even consciously realize he's doing it. it.
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Valeria might be clever enough to notice it, though; and it though. It would be just like typical of her not to tell anyone.
3rd Sep '16 1:24:45 AM HelloLamppost
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* Due to ComicBookTime, Franklin has aged slower than anyone else in the Marvel Universe. Since Franklin is a reality warper who can't entirely control his powers, the explanation is simple. He enjoys being a little boy. And nobody has noticed the discrepancy because he doesn't want them to. He probably doesn't even consciously realize he's doing it. Valeria might notice it, though.

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* Due to ComicBookTime, Franklin has aged slower than anyone else in the Marvel Universe. Since Franklin is a reality warper who can't entirely control his powers, the explanation is simple. simple. He enjoys being a little boy. boy. And nobody has noticed the discrepancy because he doesn't want them to. to. He probably doesn't even consciously realize he's doing it. it. Valeria might be clever enough to notice it, though.
though; and it would be just like her not to tell anyone.
3rd Sep '16 1:23:38 AM HelloLamppost
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* Due to ComicBookTime, Franklin has aged slower than anyone else in the Marvel Universe. Since Franklin is a reality warper who can't entirely control his powers, the explanation is simple. He enjoys being a little boy. And nobody has noticed the discrepancy because he doesn't want them to. He probably doesn't even consciously realize he's doing it.

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* Due to ComicBookTime, Franklin has aged slower than anyone else in the Marvel Universe. Since Franklin is a reality warper who can't entirely control his powers, the explanation is simple. simple. He enjoys being a little boy. boy. And nobody has noticed the discrepancy because he doesn't want them to. to. He probably doesn't even consciously realize he's doing it.
it. Valeria might notice it, though.
3rd Sep '16 1:23:13 AM HelloLamppost
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[[WMG: Franklin doesn't want to grow up.]]
* Due to ComicBookTime, Franklin has aged slower than anyone else in the Marvel Universe. Since Franklin is a reality warper who can't entirely control his powers, the explanation is simple. He enjoys being a little boy. And nobody has noticed the discrepancy because he doesn't want them to. He probably doesn't even consciously realize he's doing it.
28th Dec '15 3:18:42 PM Anddrix
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Look at their logo in the movie - it almost looks like the circled A, doesn't it? Hence, DoctorDoom may be a StrawmanPolitical standing for every authoritarian (read: non-anarchist) government.

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Look at their logo in the movie - it almost looks like the circled A, doesn't it? Hence, DoctorDoom Doctor Doom may be a StrawmanPolitical standing for every authoritarian (read: non-anarchist) government.
5th Nov '15 9:40:47 AM nombretomado
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[[WMG:[[{{Thor}} Odin]] was the one who really destroyed Galactus.]]

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[[WMG:[[{{Thor}} [[WMG:[[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Odin]] was the one who really destroyed Galactus.]]
26th Oct '15 6:19:01 PM AwesomeGuy345
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* I don't know,[[ComicBook/TheAmazingSpiderMan J. Jonah Jameson]] seems like an obvious candidate, but that's just me.

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* I don't know,[[ComicBook/TheAmazingSpiderMan know,[[ComicBook/SpiderMan J. Jonah Jameson]] seems like an obvious candidate, but that's just me.
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