Originally posted by GazOriginally posted by Siona
WHOA. Is it possible to find pics of this dude?
Here ya go, Siona!!! I took 'em just for you
With 'normal human' disguise: http://img.villagephotos.com/p/2003-8/3 ... CN0572.JPG
http://img.villagephotos.com/p/2003-8/3 ... CN0577.JPG
http://img.villagephotos.com/p/2003-8/3 ... CN0581.JPG
Sorry the last two are dark, I had to take the pics with a camera and the flash was too bright.
I have one more question and then I'm done: What was he using for his disquise? Paint? Some kind of hologram? I know it doesn't say, but what would be your best bet?
Originally posted by Angelique
I don't think it was explained sufficiently, but there's nothing literally demonic about the Azzy character. It's only said that he's an exceptionally long-lived mutant. Which we can assume means that he isn't a demon, but perhaps only thinks he is, or whatever. I must admit, I was saying along with Kurt "Ich fasse es nicht," for a while.
It might also have been Austen's attempt to write off all "real" mystical activity in the Marvel universe as mutant mischief.
Originally posted by StarChild
I concur! I would, I guess like to imagine that Wolverine, with those keen animal senses of his, has Kurt's origins down pat on an instinctual level...that Kurt is an elf! My brother, who lives in Florida, would site a race of elf in Dungeons and Dragons lore that was dark skinned as being something akin to Nightcrawler. Why can't there be mystical activity in the Marvel universe?
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