Graphic Novel talk:Wireless, Part 1
It appeared to me that her powers were super-analytical, like Brain from the episode of Dark Angel in Season 2 called Braniac. By that logic it could have been her over-analysis which caused her to hesitate. Maybe the wording "not yet exhibited any discernible power" could be rephrased to use a qualifier such as "explicitly", "overtly" or "unquestionably superhuman". --Joshtek 10:46, 29 December 2006 (EST)
- None of Hana's actions in Wireless have been discernible, in my opinion. The other descriptions you offered are equally correct. If you'd like to change it, go for it! :) - RyanGibsonStewart (talk) 18:14, 29 December 2006 (EST)
Is it just me, or is anyone else shocked to see HRG kick Hana to the ground. She is clearly a trained fighter, from the way she took down her superior officer (moustached guy concerned about her "heart"). Perhaps HRG has super powers after all?
- That'd be interesting if they ever revealed it. But I still think Hana was simply caught off-guard (as opposed to when she caught the moustachioed man off guard). I actually think that HRG not having powers is a much more interesting dynamic when it comes to the "power" he exerts over those with "superpowers". Guess we'll have to wait and see! :) - RyanGibsonStewart (talk) 18:17, 29 December 2006 (EST)
- I think him kicking her down was just dramatic flare that comics tend to add. I cant really imagine Mr. Bennet doing something like that in the show. :) I personally tend to look at the graphic novels as embellished truth. (Admin 18:39, 29 December 2006 (EST))
The Monsters-style title page was only used on issues 1-3. Not sure how to make this clearer, though.