8 thoughts on “Captain Marvel

  1. http://www.blrimages.net/

    Patrick, alors parlons US des 50 dernières années. Le bilan n’est pas brillant! Vous n’avez que des dictateurs pour alliés.C’est triste. On vous aimerait plus conformes aux principes fondateur, pas en opresseur en chef.

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  2. Lakshmi

    I think they should acnounne very soon. It was supposed to be September but they kept postponing. Follow Kuwait University official twitter account. They will acnounne there so you won’t miss it. As for the TOEFL, GRE and GMAT, you have to submit along with your application but you can submit newer GMAT, TOEFL and GRE scores to the department you are applying to before the interviews.

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  3. Robert Chandler

    I’ve often wondered (theoretically) what young Billy thought when he was transformed and suddenly had a very post-pubescent body. It would be overwhelming. Erotic? Confusing? Exhilerating? This could make for some good fan fiction!
    I would have guessed that Captain Marvel would be uncut. He’s a magical being getting his powers from Greek and Roman deities. Can’t imagine who would think to cut the tip of his dick off. Sure, one could say that he’s just a grown up Billy, but he’s buff and idealized. Even if Billy was cut, his “perfect” version would be whole and intact.
    Am I totally overthinking this totally fictional character? ;-)

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    1. JAQ Post author

      Perhaps. :)

      Back in the 90s, Malibu had a character called Prime that was the writers’ take on the idea of a boy transforming into a wish-fulfillment adult body. They focused mainly on the superhero form being a power fantasy, rather than the sexual side of it, but there were also some complications that came from grown-up Prime flirting with the 13-year-old girl he had a crush on, and when he’s caught with a backpack containing his own clothes (to put on after he changes back into a boy), both of which branded the hero as a perv.

      My own take on the concept was a boy who transforms into Captain Miracle, a straight-laced God-powered superhero who retains his childlike intellect and moral purity, so sexuality doesn’t factor into the story much.

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