|Reviews for Shades of Green|
| KJ4 3/11/11 . chapter 12
Hmmm...a Hulked out Shego. Interesting idea...too bad it probably won't be permanent.
| Brad W 3/5/11 . chapter 12
I do not expect that hellicarrier to be in the air much longer after this. I also wonder how the Hulk and Shego (Shegulk? Hulgo?) are going to solve this problem?
| Codecrash 3/5/11 . chapter 12
GREAT CANADIAN BACON! THIS! IS! AWESOME! Will the avengers save the day! Will good triumph over evil! Will Shego and Team Possible be able to retain their healthy green complections! (Since you stated this was a worldwide thing I can only hope and pray that that also includes Middleton. Please say yes to that last suggestion. Shego-Hulk, Kim-Hulk, Ron-Hulk and especially Rufus-Hulk (Who would naturally be the strongest of the Hulked up team possible just to be funny) in an all out brawl would be an AWESOME plot twist to the story. You could even throw in Bonnie-Hulk to be the villain to be stopped. Seriously THINK ABOUT THIS IDEA! As stated IT WOULD BE AWESOME!)
Love this fic so PLEASE update soon!
Love, peace and chicken grease.
| gunman 3/4/11 . chapter 12
Well that was pretty intense!
I mean everyone Hulking out and becoming jade giants in of themselves.
Your descriptions were really good, and I particularly like how you managed to create different appearances for the group of heroes and villains. (For some reason I am glad that you didn't turn Captain America into a red, white and blue Hulk-version of himself. That would have been pretty silly)
Though I noticed that you didn't give a size account for the Captain America/Baron Zemo Hulks. Just about everyone else had one.
And I would really have liked to see just what kind of She-Hulk the girls had become, visually that is.
There isnt' too much I can say about this chapter, other than it was chocked full of action, you managed to give just about everyone an equal about of screen time, and you even got in a romantic scene between Shego and Hulk.
(And honestly, I think this is better for Shego, since as a 'normal human' she wouldn't be able to do much of anything intimate with Hulk)
However, I am curious about something.
If the Avengers and the Masters hate each other so much, especially now since they are Hulked out, why are they working together against Hulk and Shego? I would have thought that at least Cap and Zemo would still be going at each other. And what is going to happen when Shego and Janet face each other? Is Shego going to kick her best friends butt just to save her from her own aggression?
I think yes, but that is only because Janet probably couldn't be reasoned with at this point.
I mean, granted that Hulk is her boyfriend, but Janet is the closest thing to a best friend she's got.
Again, cool update and I'll look forward to more later on.
Great work on this. Write on!
| KJ4 2/14/11 . chapter 11
I'll admit, I'm not a big KP fan...hate the character actually, but I did like Shego, she was funny.
Anyway, stumbled across this fic when I saw a picture on DA and, I have to say, it's been a crazy ride. I like your twist to the "Gamma World" storyline and I wonder what kind of changes you'll make.
| Brad W 2/11/11 . chapter 11
Looking forward to the Hulk wars. I'm guessing though that the cosmic cube is still in a prototype like state, otherwise, it should have been able to do what the Leader wanted without the gamma energy and satellites, since I thought the Cosmic Cube could practically bend reality to the user's whim.
| gunman 2/8/11 . chapter 11
Okay. I admit. That's brilliant!
And he's right, if you give away too much time over to gloating you eventually get defeated.
And by positioning a gamma-emitting weapon in space, you have no one who can disrupt it in time to stop you.
And with everyone having destroyed everything, it makes sense that they'd follow someone who 'has a plan'.
But... does that mean that The Leader has some kind of hidden city or base from which to start rebuilding all of civilization?
I mean if EVERYTHING gets destroyed, how is someone, even The Leader, going to rebuild everything. I mean... leadership alone isn't enough. You have to have tools, resources, etc., in order to have an effective society.
Or at least a start, right?
Your fight scenes are pretty good. However... unless I'm mistaken, didn't Baron Zemo easily defeat Grim Reaper with only a couple well-placed punches? He shouldn't be giving Shego such a hard time.
I like Janet's fight against the Enchantress, mostly because she has picked up on the most fundamental element of battle: power is overrated! Quickness, speed, agility (even pissing off your opponent) are more advantageous than one would expect. Especially if your foe relies on sheer power to destroy his/her enemy.
Heck, such agility has saved Spider Man's life when he's gone up against guys like The Hulk, The Juggernaut, and even The Fantastic Four.
And Zemo's obsession with defeating Captain America is a little sad. I mean, even after 60-70 years, he still wants to kill Cap. I understand that, but he's not even considering what the Leader will do once his plan goes into effect. Rather single-minded of him.
And it's nice to see how Shego is affectionate and determined to stay with Hulk, even though he is right and they need to stop the Leader.
And while I like the unique team-up with Black Panther, Hawkeye and Gorilla Man, it is kinda surprising to see such a diverse group just moving on to take out who-knows how many HYDRA soldiers.
Seriously... do those soldiers have any training?
Also, I noticed a couple spelling errors you might want to correct.
(Since you are of now threat to me, I might as well explain my plan further to you, so that you can better understand it.)
It might be better if it went... "Since you are of NO threat to me, I might as well explain my plan further to you, so that you can better understand it."
That's just one, but you see where I'm going with this, right?
Anyway, really liked this chapter and hope you continue it. I'd really like to see just how this whole Conquest of The Leader turns out.
To say nothing of Hulk and Shego's continued romance.
| gunman 1/23/11 . chapter 10
Okay, right out of the box, I have to say that I've noticed quite alot of spelling errors.
For example, all thoughts need/should have been put into Italics to distinguish them from the normal format.
"But in the end, her planned had backfired" (Should be 'her PLAN had backfired')
"One the first morning that Hulk woke up from his sleep" (should be 'ON the first morning')
"Shego added, a slight glare falling upon the cheerful brunette that before them" (Should be 'that STOOD before them')
"Janet was curious as to how Hulk & Shego's date went, even though it really wasn't any of her business, but she couldn't help but be at least intrigued by what went one" (Should be 'at least intrigued by what went ON')
"Steve Rogers a very alert individual, for you had to be to survive as many battles as he has and live to tell about it." (Should be 'survive as many battles as he HAD and live to tell about it')
And I have to admit that seeing the Masters of Evil, some of them more than a match for the Avengers, here on the Leaders Helicarrier was something of a surprise, but I guess that makes for unexpectedness. I mean, I'd figured that the Leader would have some kind of internal defenses, but I didn't think he'd have the Masters of Evil waiting for them.
Especially with each of the Masters waiting for their own Avengers in their own tunnels. Like it was either planned or, when the Leader saw which tunnel the individual Avengers were taking, he sent each of the Masters of Evil to their own designated locations to ambush them.
Also, the whole beginning of the chapter, where Shego and Hulk are thinking about their past lives and what they have here and now was pretty deep. Each of them trying to come to grips with their lives, the ups and down (mostly downs) that they have come to accept as part of their somewhat tragic lives is now coming to a highlight, and they don't want to lose it.
Makes alot of sense.
And you're right, the Leader using the whole Gamma bombs thing was just too predictable, even when you threw the Masters of Evil into the mix, you had to have been planning something else. It is something to keep things interesting, something that no one would see coming. That's what makes the Leader a great villain. He doesn't go for the usual tricks and plot devices that he's used before.
The really great villains never do.
And I really liked Janet's excitement at Hulk's and Shego's date, despite that she felt she was being nosy, but you can't fault her for being curious about what happened between them. She likes being around happy people, it seems. And let's face it, having another female member on the team is actually a good thing for her, so she's being as accomodating as possible. Even to a sisterly fashion.
And Cap calling Shego and Hulk 'lovebirds' was something unexpected, mostly because he doesn't seem the type to pry into another persons relationship, even in a teasing manner. That's something that Tony or Janet would do.
Good work on this. Look forward to the updates.
| Brad W 1/23/11 . chapter 10
Stuff is starting to get intense. Wonder what the big plan that the Leader has behind all of this is?
| PoisonIvy94 1/11/11 . chapter 1
I love the pairing of Shego and Hulk, It's so original! And very entertaining! I hope for many more chapters
| gunman 12/31/10 . chapter 9
I was surprised that this chapter included a few of my favorite superheroes.
Spider Man, Jubilee, Shadowcat.
I've used these characters in a couple of my stories (yet to be published)
And seriously, I would have loved to see Hulk vs Juggernaut in any of the animated series. That would have been such a great episode.
Hulk and Shego's date was hilarious.
Hulk going to a spa? I can just imagine the trouble that would normally cause the staff. Especially to give him a massage, since his skin is thicker than tank armor.
And I hope you don't put this in for later, but in the Ultimate Avengers 2 movie, the Hulk's body was said to 'leak' gamma radiation. Even in small amounts, this would have made other people around him sick, maybe even die.
But what I liked the best was Shgo's confession about her life as a teenager, hero and villainess.
While much of Shego's family life is often attributed to her eccentric brothers (Hego the obnoxious over-the-top comic book superhero, Mego the selfish narcissistic one, and the twins (were they both called Wego?) who reminded me somewhat of Kim's twin brothers Jim and Tim) there was nothing mentioned of her parents. Not even a footnote.
Her life history was actually slightly different from her Kim Possible-canon history. It seemed more disturbing than the real one. But, and I can't help but mention this, it would have been hilarious (in my opinion) to have Shego mention the times Ron got into trouble, became a monster (twice) and a supervillain, etc.
Maybe you could have that brought up later?
Still, it is good to see Shego actually finding someone special that makes her happy. Something like that could actually make a huge difference in a person's life, from being either a good guy or a bad guy.
Heck, look at the Batman's gallery of rogues. Nearly all of them are victims of circumstance or bad luck, but instead of trying to turn their lives around, they are forced to become their dark sides in order to survive in some way.
(Maybe that's a slightly naive POV?)
I won't go into details, but look at the histories of Harvey Two-Face (from The Dark Knight movie) and Oswald Copplepot (there was an episode in 'Birds of a Feather') where the pair were being used and manipulated, and the absence of someone they loved/cared for caused them to go bad.
It's a formula, but it seems to work. Alot.
That said, it was a great chapter, filled with a lot of different elements that kept it interesting.
(Oh, god, did I really say it like that?)
I look forward to more Avengers action later on, and maybe even a verbal showdown with Kim Possible. For some reason I want to see Kim get humbled a little. She's a great heroine, don't get me wrong, but there are times when that 'I can do anything' attitude kinda boarders on bragging. I mean, Kim is not invincible nor infallible, yet she is portrayed as such.
Keep up the good work.
| gunman 12/20/10 . chapter 8
If Janet acted any cuter she'd be her own plushie.
I mean she was practically about to explode with giddyness when she found out Hulk and Shego were going out on a date.
Not that it's a bad idea, but really, the concept of Hulk asking someone out, isn't truly believable unless you have alot of set-up.
Which you do.
And it's true, that if you treat someone a certain way, they will respond in kind.
I keep thinking back to Chapter 7 when Kim and Ron showed up and was actually expecting Shego to throw the whole 'Ron was a supervillain, Ron was a monster' argument at them.
I mean, seriously, when Ron was temporarily a supervillain, he came closer to taking over the world than Dr Drakken or anyone else did.
And let's not even talk about the time he 'intentionally' turned himself into a giant mutant beaver.
BUt that aside, it was pretty interesting to see Hulk actually ask Shego out on a date, and sweet (and expected) of Janet to help him out.
Look forward to seeing how that's going to go.
| gunman 12/12/10 . chapter 7
That was seemingly less suspenseful and dramatic than I was expecting.
Don't get me wrong, I liked it, and you painted everyone in a very good light.
Especially Kim, Ron and Dr Director.
Most of their lives has been in a very narrow view of fighting against all kinds of villains and monsters.
I mean, it would have been so much better if Shego had thrown Ron's past in their faces. (The time that Ron became a supervillain when he gained all of Drakken's evil Shego hadn't tried to help her, Ron would have taken over the world! And what about the time Ron became a giant cheese-like monster due to his eating habits? Or what about the time he 'intentionally' turned himself into a mutant beaver?)
Pretty sure the Avengers would have thought their lives were more than strange.
And let's not get started on her family. I don't know much about Shego's parents (she never did talk about them) but her brothers would have given anyone else a reason to become a supervillain.
I mean Hego was over-the-top ultra-obnoxious comic book super hero. Mego was almost completely and totally selfish. And the twins, Wego? ... well, they could be as annoying as Kim's brothers.
Is it any wonder Shego became a supervillain?
(Not to mention none of them could fly a plane or fight like a real martial artist, so it's no wonder that the team broke up)
And Shego didn't grow up like Kim, with a supportive and understanding mother and father who were a rocket scientist and a brain surgeon. (Still don't know what Shego's parents did) That would probably have helped Shego stay a hero instead of becoming a villain.
(Hey! Mention that in the next chapter if you can!)
I can actually see Cap and Thor stand up for Shego. Thor is a warrior and he respects someone who can hold their own in a fight. Cap is pretty much the same way, but he understands that people make all kinds of decisions when they are desperate. Wars do that to people.
(And heck, Black Panther is kinda the same way. He attacked, used, and abandoned the Avengers in their first mission with him to Wakanda, and then swore to earn their trust on their team)
And Janet actually likes having another female superhero on the team.
And really, look at Shego's record.
She's spied, stolen, kidnapped, destroyed property, and even beat up, threatened and intimidated alot of people. But Kim made it seem as if she killed someone, or kicked a puppy or two.
Anyway, great chapter. Better than I thought it would be.
Look forward to more later on.
Pretty sure Kim isn't going to give up on this, but if she goes for the old Entrapment ploy it'll just backfire on her. They always do.
| alone shadow dream 12/12/10 . chapter 7
another great chap
| Brad W 12/11/10 . chapter 6
This story is very well written. That is something I always enjoy when reading a fic. Keep up the good work.