I do believe it's time for a Fairchild thread!
b-but i dont think my dick can take anymore anon :^(
Rainmaker was a lesbian right?
I did a Gen13 binge a few weeks ago, as part of a larger WildStorm binge. I legitimately loved the series. Planetary and The Authority still outshine it, but it was a nice take on the X-Men formula.
Can't even remember
Roxy starts eating a lot because she's depressed over some dumb shit Grunge did. He daydreams Caitlin and Sarah getting into a lingerie wrestling match or something while they argue about feminism. I think the whole issue is about them going to get some fast food. A bad guy may or may not show up.
I remember reading Wizard back in the day and always shaking my head at how much they loved this title. It was just a phony envelope-pusher that was always in the shadow of X-garbage. Oh, look! Our character is a LESBIAN!
Then again... that's Wizard, for you. Jim McLaughlin was the only redeemable element in that entire operation.
Claimed as "bi" but definitely leaned more toward lesbian, yeah. I think for whatever reason, they couldn't flat-out say she was a lesbian for a while, or something.
They did, however, show her having a preference for white trash blondes who like hair metal.
But he's already dating the best girl so fuck grunge.
Start at the beginning. If it's too rough/too 90s for you then skip to Warren's run which starts in Issue 60. If you like 90s comics though then read it without fear. Also keep in mind that the ongoing series is volume 2 and there's a 5 issue mini before it.
The Lobdell issues aren't that bad but he went too far in a comedy direction and the humor wasn't that good. Either way though it's unskippable because that's when Benes started, one of the definitive Gen13 artists.
She tried, she has a girlfriend during one run. But then the subsequent writers just forgot about her.
And then she hit on both Roxy and Caitlin on separate occasions and got rejected by both.
>but he went too far in a comedy direction and the humor wasn't that good
And that's exactly the problem. Plus I just have a massive hate-boner for Scotty.
I don't even know why he tried it, comedy isn't at all something he's known for. That run is just such a totally awkward and weird thing to read.
If he would have just written it the way he wrote Generation X it probably would have been fine.
He was a stand up comic before he became a writer.
My Fairchild folder is just about exhausted.
I've got a little Ivana and Roxy...
She's fine as fapbait but just doesn't do much for me on a character level.
Gen13 was pretty mediocre so how would you make it better /co/? I personally thought the series needs to be nore grounded with less focus on wacky adventures and more focus on the kids and how they adapt to being superpowered fugitives on the run.
Last I heard, she was in a comic called Ravagers (basically, a Teen Titans "on the run" team) that launched within the first year, or so, of the New 52. It crashed pretty quickly.
Also fought Steel in Convergence.
If DC brought Gen13 back do you think they'd go in sort of a fun/sexy direction with it like with Starfire and Harley Quinn or will they be too afraid to go there?
Sexy is "problematic" the best we could hope for is quirky/cute.
I know it's Ivy.
If they angled them as very young adults like the original Gen13, there's no way they'd go sexy. They'd get stomped on by all ends of the socio-political spectrum. At this point, I don't think you can sexualize a female character under the age of 25 (or under a C-cup) without having your company called pedophiles by SJW's.