Grieffon wrote:That second-to-last panel looks really cool. And Dexter seems to have broke the law of equivalent exchange. Isn't that going against science?
Mon-Kitsune wrote:Grieffon wrote:That second-to-last panel looks really cool. And Dexter seems to have broke the law of equivalent exchange. Isn't that going against science?
How has he broken it? All he's done is transmute his hands into more powerful cybenertic ones. That doesn't violate the law, Edward transmuted his automail hand all the time. We've never heard he has, but if, down the road, it was revealed that, in this universe, Dexter has lost his hands in one way or another (lab accident, trying to bring DeeDee back) and the hands he has now are automail with a synthetic skin over them (Dexter was able to make a Robo Deedee that could fool his parents, so we know he can make artificial skin that looks and feels like the real thing) it would not suprise me much. The only rule he seems to be breaking is the one about "you can't transmute without a circle". But again, the Elrics could do it, and while it was noted as remarkable, there is nothing to say they were the only ones who could do it, or the only ones who would ever be able to do it.
BlazingBarrager wrote:How many times must it be repeated: GRIM TALES AND PPGD AREN'T CONNECTED.
Grieffon wrote:I didn't think about his arms being automail. They might be, as in an alternate future his arms do look like full mechanical.
MQuinny1234 wrote:He's looking a little like his old self (cartoon). Down to serious business.
Mirak wrote:I like dexter because he admits that he's human. The way he says "i don't be protected right now" implies that he's ok with the idea that he's frail and weaker than the superheroes, and he's able to attack when possible. This is good because heroes who get all flustered and hotheaded about being protected (moreso with the protectors being girls) are way too overused.
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