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13th Nov '15 2:54:58 PM Anicomicgeek
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* Considering this wasn't made in-house at Marvel Stuidos, I'd say {{Jossed}} just simply by rights issues.

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* {{Jossed}} by weird rights issues, as Weisman said they didn't have the rights to the Kingpin--despite Sony also making ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManTheNewAnimatedSeries'' and that show being able to use the Kingpin, even going as far as to cast Creator/MichaelClarkeDuncan to reprise the role.

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* Considering this wasn't made in-house at Marvel Stuidos, which had the TV rights to the X-Men, I'd say {{Jossed}} just simply by rights issues.
13th Nov '15 2:54:58 PM Anicomicgeek
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30th Nov '14 11:07:30 PM MileWalkingPi
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27th Nov '14 2:01:31 AM Anicomicgeek
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Just like in ''Film/{{Spider-Man}}'' 2, that chip was to control the artificial intelligence in the tentacles. When it exploded, the AI in them shaped their personality from Otto's repressed feelings [[spoiler:(that is, wanting to horribly maim his boss and - if this has even a sliver of his comic life-before-freakout, hoo boy...) and basically became the voices in his head. In the first Sinister Six episode, the voices stayed because he still had the main part of the harness attached to him. It seems it was removed in the second SS episode, making him realize what he'd done, regret it, and revert back to meek (and exceedingly adorable) Doctor Otto Octavius. And the AI tentacles controlling the SS alone makes sense when you realize they have the good doctor's cold-calculating and homicidal side in them.]] Theory still has a few kinks in it, but unless it's {{Jossed}} completely...
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Just like in ''Film/{{Spider-Man}}'' 2, ''Film/SpiderMan2'', that chip was to control the artificial intelligence in the tentacles. When it exploded, the AI in them shaped their personality from Otto's repressed feelings [[spoiler:(that is, wanting to horribly maim his boss and - if this has even a sliver of his comic life-before-freakout, hoo boy...) and basically became the voices in his head. In the first Sinister Six episode, the voices stayed because he still had the main part of the harness attached to him. It seems it was removed in the second SS episode, making him realize what he'd done, regret it, and revert back to meek (and exceedingly adorable) Doctor Otto Octavius. And the AI tentacles controlling the SS alone makes sense when you realize they have the good doctor's cold-calculating and homicidal side in them.]] Theory still has a few kinks in it, but unless it's {{Jossed}} completely...
27th Nov '14 2:01:04 AM Anicomicgeek
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** Right, but since she obviously isn't dead. Then they're probably planning something for her, unless they decide to kill her off later, contributing to Harry's eventual breakdown. It might be revealed that Emily isn't her mother: she's an impostor and the real Emily died when Harry was a baby or Norman had an affair and took custody of Harry.
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** Right, but since she obviously isn't dead. Then they're probably planning something for her, unless they decide to kill her off later, contributing to Harry's eventual breakdown. It might be revealed that Emily isn't her his mother: she's an impostor and the real Emily died when Harry was a baby or Norman had an affair and took custody of Harry.

[[WMG:Sha Shan would've been revealed to be a young [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Lady Deathstrike]].]]
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[[WMG:Sha Shan would've been revealed to be a young [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} [[ComicBook/XMen Lady Deathstrike]].]]
13th Aug '14 8:04:45 AM Morgenthaler
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Her voice actress, KellyHu, played Lady Deathstrike in the [[Film/X2XMenUnited second X-Men film]], hence this theory.
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Her voice actress, KellyHu, Creator/KellyHu, played Lady Deathstrike in the [[Film/X2XMenUnited second X-Men film]], hence this theory.
16th Jun '14 3:20:47 PM christopherweebling1
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** [[http://youtu.be/7b896uTebGA?t=2m55s Watch this, it josses the whole thing]]
15th Apr '14 8:58:36 PM TitoMosquito
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[[WMG: Gwen Would Have Died In The Direct To DVD Animated Films As An Ending To The Series]]
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[[WMG: Gwen Would Have Died In The Direct To DVD Animated Films As An Ending To The Series]]would have died in the Direct-to-DVD animated films as an ending to the series]]
12th Mar '14 7:25:29 PM Windona
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*Er, but Peter didn't let them down again; that photo was from the original screw-up.

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[[WMG: The Emily Osborn seen in the series is not Harry's biological mother]] Harry's hair is a relatively bright red compared to his parents. While Norman's hair is reddish, and thus it's possible Harry got his dad's red head genes, his mom's hair doesn't look red at all. Because red hair is a recessive trait needing genes from both parents to express it, it means that Emily is not biologically related to him. If Harry was not her son, it would explain her neglect and complete lack of parenting, as she would not be as invested in someone who isn't her child.
17th Nov '13 1:41:17 PM AntMan
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* After seeing the season 2 premiere, I was convinced he ''already'' knew.
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