|Reviews for Black Widow V: The Doppelganger Effect|
| Jerry Unipeg chapter 15 . 2/17/2005
GREAT CHAPTER! Sad ending to this story.
| anonymous chapter 15 . 9/24/2004
Man, you broke my heart.
| Anonymous chapter 15 . 5/12/2004
This story is a truly fantastic work of fanfiction...well done!
| xXx chapter 15 . 5/3/2004
Excellent but very sad
| MArk chapter 13 . 5/2/2004
That was very good but very depressing!
| Sphinx chapter 13 . 5/1/2004
Auch, looks like Josh is down among the dead men again. I wonder how this one checks out.
Either way, thanks fer yer own review. Time is not on my side these days, but I'll try ter streamline chapter nine ASAP. By the way, I have
problems using Italics with Fanfiction. Any ideas maybe?
Guarding Cheops and listening to Nigel Hess' Theme
| xXx chapter 11 . 4/22/2004
OMG you killed Ethan!
| David Renner chapter 10 . 4/14/2004
Not a whole lot of action but very very interesting
| James Raynor chapter 9 . 4/8/2004
Very good, as usual.
| Sphinx chapter 9 . 4/7/2004
Well, I'm glad ter see yer back in action. I must say this is a good follow-up in the BW series. Keep on going like that
Guarding Cheops and working on another ACT Chapter
| xXx chapter 6 . 3/21/2004
Dude, your Clan descriptions are the best! Even better than the professionals! Wow! Keep going!
| Mark chapter 5 . 3/16/2004
Yes, you are back! Update faster please!
| Triptych chapter 4 . 3/11/2004
Nice suggestion TNG, but I felt that introducing a whole new concept of spiritualism and mysticism wouldn't gel in a sci-fi universe of giant robots.
As far as technobabble, heck the Battletech universe is built on it so I think going that route is much more appropriate.
And no one really knows if clones will have past lives cuz no one ever cloned a human before (except that dubious claim by the Raelians)! I may probably be wrong in my interpretation of memory and stuff but heck, its fun to think of the possibilities!
| The Wobbly Guy chapter 3 . 3/4/2004
Uhm... retention of memory in cells? Now that's stretching it. Brains contain billions of cells in networks that serve to retain memory and thought process via electric/chemical cellular interactions. A single cell does not contain those interactions; they're not imprinted onto the DNA.
I think in this matter, you're better off using the mystical concept of souls(soul traps, spirit draws) than to use pseudo-scientific technobabble. Might make the bad guys even more badass, in fact.
| Triptych chapter 1 . 3/4/2004
Spelling errors? uhm, maybe you might have mistook some words I created as misspelled ones (like splicer, aquasaurid, etc.). You might have to read deeper and read previous BW stories to find what they mean but most should be self-explanatory.
The beginning may sound confusing but once the story gets underway it should start making more sense (I hope).