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espanolbot ([personal profile] espanolbot) wrote in [community profile] scans_daily2010-02-05 01:23 pm

When Black Alice met Misfit

Charlie is feeling down in the dumps due to accidentally causing the deaths of hundreds of people by teleporting into a giant mech and causing it to explode by randomly pressing buttons.

Alice has been brought in on a consulting basis, this being before she went completely doolally and tried to mug Satanus and stuff,

Weird, they referenced the Goth/Emo difference that Raven's series got confused.

Charlie doesn't take this action lying down, and prepares to unlease her Righteous Fury(tm),

Then there is kerfufflement involving the Dark Side sidekick fight club, and Charlie discovers she and Alice are sisters and stuff.

Blimey, if this is her reaction to Babara mentoring someone who isn't her, what will her reaction be to learning that she's full on given the Batgirl role to the very girl whose autopsy photos she used to scare Charlie into not getting the job?

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[personal profile] catbird 2010-02-05 03:39 pm (UTC)(link)
While I could see Misfit arguing with Steph that way, I can't see it happening with Cass, who shouldn't be that easy to annoy. Having Steph and Charlie on the same team could be interesting - rather than writing them as "generic teenage girl" the writer would have to show us their differences (Steph has a lot more experience) and similarities (they both seem insecure at times and both have problems with their mentors) and that could deepen both their characterisations. And Cass could be their highly professional but emotionally dysfunctional counterpart. With a good writer, they all could *shine* in this team-up.