CallMeD. wrote:The possibility of Aku being able to take a part of someone, or even an entire body & fuse some of his essence within to create a new life, would support the idea of him being able to reproduce without the necessity of having reproductive organs or a defined gender.
Yes. I have pointed this out many times by now.
Point being that we don't understand the anatomy of Aku. The tv series doesn't provide too much light on this except for his back ground and creation. From there we can see how defined organs probably isn't something that he has. Hence if he does reproduce asexually like I've pointed out, and only needed something to generate the spark of life into it like how he was created. The a soul or fragments of said soul could provide the necessary requirements to make a new life form with a different personality than he has. Blossom's soul would be able to match this requirement. Thus making Chi and Mimi unrelated, allowing a friendship between the two Lords, and explaining the unusual attraction Chi has for Mimi. The question comes though if Bleedman and/or his new writer are this intelligent or not, or if we are overestimating them like we do with everything else.
CallMeD. wrote:Of course, this remains only a theory until proven otherwise.
Directing this comment to the idea that you had about Jr, no it doesn't. A theory is something hard and proven, able to be backed up with facts and figures, you only have assumptions in that detail. You have nothing to back it up, and the only thing it takes for something that flimsy is for another theory that has proof to come along and push it out of the way.
Minnie was a hybrid, the female reproductive capabilities could have easily been from the human half and not the nergal half. In fact I suspect this is the most likely case since the nergal part is symbiotic in origin and nature. Basically, it doesn't have the correct genetic material and DNA requirements to merge quite like that. If it did, then it would only be able to mix and match with members of other species that share its sex. We've seen in Billy and Mandy that Nergal was able to use portions of himself to infect everyone and turn them into nergal creatures. Thus it is a symbiote and maintains that identity in the comic.
It is more likely that it requires a partner in order to produce offspring. It needs another host in order to move from one person to another since it itself cannot produce enough DNA to complete the process. I believe the comic even explained this part in a little detail.
ari-6 wrote:It's nothing really. I was just wondering about Chi's difference in appearance from the picture I saw on the new bleed art thread to the way she looks now. It's not really important. I guess Bleedman or whoever came up with her character just decided she'd look better with legs.
Provide the picture, because I have no idea what you are talking about.