That makes absolutely no sense. Mutants are born with their abilities, which generally show up somewhere around puberty. While Flash is certainly a mutate, he's not a mutant. He's like any number of random superpowered folk who got their powers in some accident.AlCapowned wrote:By that logic, the Flash is a mutant. He has super speed, so he's the same as Quicksilver.
A stretch back I asked on a few Doctor Who blogs/forums what the chances were there would be a crossover of Doctor Who, Torchwood, and The Sarah Jane Adventures. I was told on multiple fronts that it would never happen, that while Torchwood & Doctor Who might, Sarah Jane was more driven towards a much younger audience. That and company complications... I was fooling myself.AlCapowned wrote:You can base your entire assumption on a passing resemblance to some of Toho's original monsters and ignore everything else, but that pretty much means that no matter what, you can say the monsters are whatever you want them to be. Just don't be surprised when the movie proves you wrong.
Sure enough, though, about a year later there was a massive crossover from all 3 shows in a massive confrontation with the Daleks. they said it could never happen, but it did.
So, don't be too surprised if the Godzilla movie proves me right. I remain, as always, optimistic.