Actually in the first issue of Identity Crisi, Ray wasn't really trying to get back with Jean, he was accepting things as they were. She wants a divorce, accepted. She's with another guy, accepted. You could speculate that Jean knew the divorce papers wouldn't matter and she was making herself look good by signing back Ray's patents and that she was there with Ray so she would be taken straight to the crime scene, thereby corrupting any evidence of her being there before. You could also speculate that if she just took Ray back, the same problems they were having before would return. She cheated on him because he was always busy being a hero or a scientist and not being a husband. But with the specter of death hanging over the expected reunion, she expects it to strengthen their bond. Is mind altering criminals really new and so dark? Doc Savage has been doing it since the 1930's, "a delicate brain operation."Yeah, there are sexually explicit male shots. Check with a podcast I stopped listening to, not because she would drool over men's butts, guns and junk but that after showing how open she was to drool over men's physiques she would criticize any guy drooling over the female physique shots.Dude don't set up gags like that, black man (who takes long breaks) telling a white man (who doesn't take breaks) he's working too hard. I should be allowed to say something about it without claims of racism.So was that Tim's play to be invited into the Fourth Wall World?
XantesFire wrote:>>Dude don't set up gags like that, black man (who takes long breaks) telling a white man (who doesn't take breaks) he's working too hard. I should be allowed to say something about it without claims of racism.>>No, you shouldn't. The premise of the gag doesn't apply here.Not only does Lewis enjoy doing AT4W, it's his job. It's a necessity. So he does it every week.I don't do my podcast every week because I work upwards to 60 hours a week, along with other commitments. I haven't taken a vacation in while. No breaks.
I was just looking at it from the podcast world. So I do stand corrected if we include real life. Still gags are there.
Ray had made it clear in the comics for YEARS that he was willing to take her back. What happened in that individual mini-series didn't matter by comparison.
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