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Wednesday, May 14, 2008

So...Whatever happened to the Mosaic?

Yes, I do have the entire series, but I'm far too lazy to go rummaging through my boxes, when I'm downstairs on the computer, and my boxes are upstairs in my Fortress. If I remember correctly, (and it's been quite some time), somehow, Katma is brought back to life, and John ends up dumping Rose, which was a little harsh of him, considering he'd fought Hal for her honor.

But what actually happened to all of the Mosaic cities? Did the Guardians just dump them back on their respective planets? Didn't John discover that he had Guardian powers? If they put them all back, what the heck happened to them AFTER they got back? Does Rose still have her farm, or did the bank foreclose? It would be a bit difficult for the bank to foreclose when the farm didn't even exist, but I'm pretty sure that the bank wouldn't let a little thing like that stop it.

I suppose that this is one of those little niggling ideas that fester in the back of my mind. What is Rose doing now? What about those little kids that John gave the rings to? If Rose is back, does Hal ever drop by to visit? Does John?

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This doesn't have a lot to do with the whole Mosaic question, but it IS a very nice picture of John. I feel bad sometimes for not giving John more attention, but the other boys are just so vociferous sometimes, that he gets forgotten. Being competent instead of flamboyant just doesn't get you the attention.

And speaking of the Guardians, once we are past the whole Secret Origin for Hal, I do hope that Mr. Johns will go into more detail about how the Guardians are treating John after he turned down their little...um...promotion, for lack of a better word. This current incarnation of the Guardians seem to be on the flawed side, and I don't imagine that they handle rejection very well. This could come back to eventually bite John in the butt. Or the Guardians could very well blow themselves up by that time...they don't seem to be particularly "with it" at the moment. I guess that's what happens when you put teenagers in charge of the Universe. Aren't these Guardians the ones that Kyle saved and reincarnated as babies? At this stage of the game, they are either teens, or...worse...in the "Terrible Two's". Ganthet should just come back and give them all a spanking.

4 Comments:

At 9:32 AM, Blogger Stephen said...

what does niggling mean in the paragraph before the photo? is that a typo? i've never heard that word before?

 
At 10:18 AM, Blogger Sea_of_Green said...

I thought the Mosaic inhabitants were evacuated by the Darkstars and a bunch of other aliens, and taken back to their homeworlds while Hal was in the process of being possessed by Parallax and killing the Guardians and other GLs ...? I don't think there was ever much detail given to that, though. Then, of course, Oa was blown up in that huge battle between Hal and Kyle, which would have wiped out what was left of the Mosaic colonies (the buildings and ALL those ROADS John was working on ...). Rumor has it Katma Tui just kinda bleeped out of existence when the Guardians were killed, along with John's Guardian powers.

I imagine that back on Earth, Rose ended up having to file bankrupcy -- and probably revamped her initial opinion that super-heroes were no good.

 
At 12:27 PM, Blogger ticknart said...

The only explanation that I've heard, and it isn't reasonable, was that everything that was Mosaic was punched out of existence. Although, I don't think John had his Guardian powers while he was a Darkstar.

The story of what happened to the people and beings inhabiting the Mosaic cities is truly a story worth telling. Well, as long as they didn't form up in a Blasters like team.

 
At 8:06 AM, Blogger SallyP said...

So it did all just kind of peter out? That's what I thought.

Stephen, "niggling" means squirming, or wriggling, or irritating.

 

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