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Talk:Mimic (disambiguation)

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Well I hate to say but That was the mimic and I dont see how just because the thunderbolts issue came out yesterday means that i cannot post about it? mimicx35 7:25 PM June 16, 2006

We are trying to wait a few days after a story arc, mini-series, one-shot, ect. is over and then post about it. sononsj 21:41, 16 June 2006 (EDT)

Oh.... okay then. mimicx35 8:55 PM June 16, 2006

That was the Griffin, not Mimic. The bird like feet, larger nose and main around his head shows it to be Griffin. --DragynWulf 22:00, 16 June 2006 (EDT)

I still think that that is mimic. I see the wierd shaped feet, but the body structure is way too different from the Griffins and he is wearing an orange suit, he obviously has human features on his face. Plus later on in mimics career he had a brown burly beard and long hair. I think thats what that is not a mane. mimicx35 9:13 PM June 16, 2006

The Griffin is now back to his humaniod form and last seen in the Vault in New Avengers as part of the group to break out from there. Mimic doesn't have bird claws for feet, he has larger than normal regular feet. Mimic also wears a red belt, which is not shown. All clues show it is the Griffin and not Mimic. --DragynWulf 22:33, 16 June 2006 (EDT)

You know what this is getting rediculous. The Official Marvel Handbook with Mimic is coming out soon and so will the newer issue of Thunderbolts. Lets just wait and see who is correct. mimicx35 June 16, 2006

Actually DragynWulf you might want to read this http://www.wizarduniverse.com/magazine/wizard/000549564.cfm mimicx35

They are wrong and it wouldn't be the first time someone from Wizard would be wrong (they stated Taskmaster to be a mutant in the recent issue of WIZARD Magazine and he is not). The evidence is clearly shown by the features of the character to be the Griffin. Mimic has never had bird feet and the Griffin (recently escaped from the Vault in orange uniform) does. It also states that Zemo rounded up super-villains. Mimic is not a super-villain, but a hero.
They also say that the Living Lazer is part of the group and he is not. Here is the group shown going from right to left:
Top row: Batroc, Zaran the Weapons Master (unable to tell which version. Student or the teacher.), Boomerang, X-Ray (U-Foes), Pretty Persuasions, Scarecrow, Smiling Tiger (Folding Circle, who they think is the Living Lazer), Griffin, Blob, Vector (U-Foes) and unable to tell after that.
Bottom row: Quicksand, Beetle MK-I armor, Beetle MK-III armor, Beetle MK-II armor, Wrecker, Thunderball, Bulldozer, Piledriver, Missing Link, Silk Fever (Folding Circle, who was also Firewall from Force of Nature) and three unknowns.
That is the list of characters shown. No Mimic or even the Living Lazer in there at all. --DragynWulf 01:38, 17 June 2006 (EDT)

You do bring up an interesting point that there was no living Lazer. And Mimic IS a hero, but sometimes he does bad things, like when he was with the brotherhood. But I think to determine the real identity of the person we should wait until the newest issue of Thunderbolts to come out. mimicx35 1:52 Am June 17, 2006