Date: 2010-04-01 11:06 pm (UTC)
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Except Hank wasn't a cardboard cutout angry male character, read the Kesel Hawk and Dove run and you'll see there was more to him than that.

And I'm not sure what you might mean that Holly was unique. In her few appearances she never even seemed to be a character, she was practically a Cousin Oliver.

I love Gail Simone's work, but pulling out the "She's my half sister who I have apparently always known about, but somehow managed to never mention, nor even suggest might exist, and whilst involved in a long term heroic partnership with a guy for whom siblinghood was of enormous significance to him" was on a hiding to nothing from the outset.

(I'm tempted to give her a pass because of the hideous Liefeld art on her intro story because frankly nothing good could come from that)
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