LNH: 58.5 #49: Cannon Fodder Triumphant
arspitzer at earthlink.net
Mon Apr 6 19:50:28 PDT 2009
Lalo Martins wrote:
> quoth Lalo Martins as of Mon, 06 Apr 2009 19:14:59 +0000:
>> quoth Andrew Perron as of Mon, 06 Apr 2009 18:23:26 +0000:
>>> Also, man. *breaks up Vector's article into three, and tries to figure
>>> out what goes in each*
>> Heh. Almost did that today. Then I figured, naaah, go write #50
>> instead. :-P
> Well, I made a few edits anyway.
> As for which appearances were who, it's actually relatively simple to
> tell. The clue is the power set. A Vector that makes identical clones
> is Vector Sublime. One that displays powers that other Vectors haven't
> displayed before or after may be Empress (unless it was some other,
> shorter-lived clone, like, heh, Flamelissa).
> Then again, this is a retcon, and Rob, Arthur, or, for that matter,
> pretty much anyone else may say otherwise :-)
> Lalo Martins
About Vector Sublime...
I was the one who gave her her name and so in a way created her. Her
first appearance is Beige Countdown #7 where Revamp Lass mistakenly
refers to her as Vector Prime (because I thought I was writing Vector
Prime at the time). By the time I was writing Beige Midnight #1-2, Rob
told me that his plans for Vector Prime in BC #9-8 made it impossible
for her appear post BC #7-0 and Beige Midnight so I decided to create
another clone called Vector Sublime. (The name came from rhyming with
Prime and that 12 is a sublime number (12 being a motif of Beige
I had assumed that Vector Sublime was created in either BC #9-8 or
before BC #7. Maybe she time traveled back to Infinite April or it's
some clone of Vector Sublime or a fake or something, but for now I'm
going to assume she was created around the time of Beige Countdown.
I'm not sure about her power limits, but I'll assume during Beige
Midnight that she's the most powerful Vector clone that's active during
that time period.
Hopefully Rob will finish Beige Countdown #9-8 soon so that will shed
some light on the subject.
Arthur "The most complicated character ever..." Spitzer
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