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: For starters the One Above All Celestial is a
: different being than the One Above All
: supreme being. The latter sometimes being
: called the One Who Is Above All.
: So, if I understand correctly, the first
: three issues have essentially been a new
: origins for the Celestials, Eternals, etc.
: The Celestials in previous origins did their
: genetic experiments for different reasons
: given per story. Two previous ones
Found your 2 recaps informative.
: Did I get that correct or miss something?
No idea. Thanks for sharing your take.
: Are the Celestials now just a race of
Ha! Wonder if they'll choose human Harolds?
: I think I liked the other origins better.
This storyline doesnt look like its over anytime soon and that could be a pull list problem if things dont get less introspective and more interactive.
: This also begs the question on why a race of
: Deviants such as the Skrulls have not been
: devoured already.
Hmmm... Just read your post on the Thor board and anxious wait for others perspective replies there too:
: I may get this series in tpb form, but I may
: not. The Dreaming Celestial was supposed to
: have committed a grave crime against life
: beyond human comprehension. Now it seems to
: just got its instructions wrong? So far
: this series is a bit of a dour.
Just looked it up. Harshly uninviting or formidable in manner or appearance; showing a brooding. Seems like a one word description with some merit so far. Also, for some reason keep expecting a reference to Onslaught or Franklin Richards - wasnt Heroes Reborn a somewhat significant chapter in Celestials history?
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