How can aiding and abetting a criminal be right, it isn't, she registered initially because she believed in the law (and the SHRA), she can't be "doing right" by aiding those who are trying to avoid the law. Cheers. James.
: And going after a teenaged girl with
: peripheral involvement
: Julia doesn't know that Arana only had
: peripheral involvement--she just knows that
: she was there and she took her daughter
: (Arana was the one assigned to grab Rachel
: during the fight).
: She is a desperate mother trying to find her
: child--she is going after any lead she can
: And frankly, the "teenage girl"
: thing really doesn't carry much weight,
: considering Anya's old enough to be making
: the decision to go out and fight with these
: powers. If she is choosing to be a
: superhero, then she is fair game as a
: I find it
: hard to believe Brian Reed doesn't actively
: dislike the Julia Carpenter character
: because she has yet to do anything right in
: any appearance he's written.
: That is debatable--depending on your stance
: on registration, she was one of the only
: characters who was "doing right"
: in that arc by trying to help heroes escape
: getting arrested.
: I agree that Julia has made some bad
: decisions--but right now she's just trying
: to get her daughter back.
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How can aiding and abetting a criminal be right, it isn't, she registered initially because she believed in the law (and the SHRA), she can't be "doing right" by aiding those who are trying to avoid the law.
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