Rouge is developing quite the rogues (rouges?) gallery it would seem
I'd forgotten about Vulpecula, she was a nasty piece of work wasn't she? I wonder what she's up to these days now the goblins are hanging out with the foxes more? No doubt she'll be trying to get another hunt going, I dread to think how Errol is able to solve that little headache! :S
Obscure villains Baa Humbug and Captain Christmas would be a funny pair of filler enemies. Maybe they could join up with Black Peter, the elf gone rogue?
I know Xenor Krell has died, but maybe her ghost could come back and haunt Amy?
I have a really dark idea for Dark Visor. So the Kaarmdaarn can becalm any being... as long as they have love in their hart. In other words, anyone with ASPD (Anti-Social Personality Disorder) is out of the question to the Kaarmdarrn's peace-inducing radius effect. I'd imagine Dark Visor had ASPD and thus "had no love in his heart," being unable to join the peaceful ways of the rest of his people, who fell under the Kaarmdaarn spell. Henceforth, he was able to kill every last one of the Kaarmdaarn and send his people careening back into war. Now, he sends his forces to attack Mobius, or even Earth.
Sharka Khan, due to the sheer concept of a shark ruling an underwater kingdom. Maybe he's a Drakon agent, and those twisted mind-warping abominations managed to help him gain the ability to breathe on land again? I imagined him to use a mech suit similar to the one used by Fishface from the 2012 TMNT Series.
Personally, I want Sleek the Panther back just to have a fist fight with the older and more confident Tails. Maybe even convert to the good guys after the obligatory Shonen friendship through ass beating.
Metamorphia would be great...but perhaps in a way that wouldn't betray the original character? Grimer's already used the tech he imbued within Metamorphia to create the new Metallix, so why not see that tech fall into the hands of someone else? That way the original metamorphia's identity is left untarnished.
An aside but it's always tugged at me, I'm sure Jimmy Whale must be a really vague attempt to lampoon Jimmy Nail. Auf Weidershen pet seems like something Lew would have watched and having a Bruiser with a name similar to Jimmy Nail's seems like too much of a coincidence.
Post by L. T. Dangerous on Mar 23, 2014 14:29:48 GMT
No, he's a parody of Jimmy Wales, founder of the Wikimedia Foundation. Now, you may well say, "But Wikipedia didn't exist back then" and you would be right, but who are you to doubt Lew Stringer's amazing pop culture senses? By writing a parody of someone who wasn't even known yet, Lew ensured this comic would remain relevant and timeless for at least another thirty years.