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Talk:Brothers Grimm

Talk:Brothers Grimm

AFAIK, the Nathan Dolly mannequins were never referred to in the plural form-- they always operated solo. If you read the Spider-Woman issues, it was always suggested that there was only one villain, referred to as "Brother Grimm," and the two brothers were assumed to have only one identity between them. (The two only appeared side-by-side once, in their final defeat.) This is probably confusing because the successors to the identity always showed up as a pair. --Danny Waah! 14:10, 13 July 2006 (EDT)

Well You arent wrong when you say that they were usually refered as Brother Grimm because he used just one usually, but you didnt seem to notice that in the cover of Spider-Woman #12 reads "Last tale of Brothers Grimm". So they are refered as Brothers Grimm in the comic. edit. Also they are refered as original Brothers Grimm in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #2. --Wezqu 16:21, 13 July 2006 (EDT)

I wish that it could be changed back to just "Brother Grimm," but I realize that it's much more simple and streamlined to keep it "Brothers Grimm." It's a drawback of hindsight. I would have loved to keep some of the suspence that I felt as I read those Spider-Woman issues, wondering what the mystery of Brother Grimm was. Unfortunately, the nature of these Handbook entries robs the story of some of that, since the spoilers have long, long, since passed. --Danny Waah! 16:39, 13 July 2006 (EDT)

Heh, well thats the way it is usually. I had the samekind of feeling when I read those Spider-Man clone saga stories. Even if most people didnt like them to me those where interesting reading. Also I quite liked Kaine and Ben Reilly. It would be fun to see Kaine again but these marvel guys really dont want to poke too much the Clone Saga series. --Wezqu 17:05, 13 July 2006 (EDT)