|Reviews for Cape Fear|
| Arowen13 chapter 16 . 3/6
It was never really revealed what Fornell and his team
uncovered when they raided the research facility, was it?
I'll have to check tomorrow, bed time now. :)
I think it would be amusing if Gibbs finally convinces Tim
to get some sleep on an airplane, and he does fall.
That's when he first discoverers he can kinda fly.
He's been doing it before without being aware of it,
because he was phasing but not falling through the floor.
| Arowen13 chapter 13 . 3/5
Ah ha! I've had a thought as to what a sequel could have.
Firstly, I think that McGee's mother should have some small
part, even if it's just Gibbs creaming some sense into her.
Or where McGee contacts her to apologize about what happened
to her husband. Anyway. I had two actual plot ideas. Vance
believes that all rights will be restored, and everything is in
order for that, until evidence is unearthed that the entire 'rescue'
was planned and organized by the heroes themselves.
I don't think Hamilton was alone in planning all this.
Also, maybe not all the children they rescued were as innocent
as they thought, and maybe the girl at the end is just trying to
play him. I would give her some sort of power suppressant abilities,
she would hide, as well as more obvious ones she would admit to.
A strong force field maybe, that she can expand and contract,
that negates powers. Yet she claims she is unable to extend it very
far from herself until it becomes useful and key to make Tim's
powers temporarily gone. She could even pretend to have
lost her powers too, if the force field is invisible. Claim it was
something they were injected with if they got captured.
Also, maybe McGee gets temporarily placed with a 'neutral' (horrible)
handler for a bit while Gibbs fights to get him back, arguing against
the 'evidence' that the entire operation was set up by the heroes.
I do think there must have been more to it, because a distinct goal
was never really reviled. Wouldn't it be suspicious if Hamilton died?
Maybe it was a plan orchestrated by some old super villains,
I bet they didn't get implants and everything after the uprising.
Maybe the 'evidence' is discovered while they're on the flight
back from the island when they have their phones off and word
can't reach them, and they get grabbed on the way back.
I know! It was all a plan by someone who wanted all the superheroes
disposed of so that he would be the only one left. Or maybe a
plan by someone who wanted all the humans removed,
although I'm not sure how that would work out,
maybe to get the Heroes angry with the humans.
What about the rest of the kids who had the implants, can they
have them removed now safely?
| Arowen13 chapter 7 . 3/5
I wonder what powers Vance's children have?
He seems to be speaking from experience.
| Arowen13 chapter 4 . 3/5
I bet that if it were an emergency or if he tried,
McGee could phase into cyberspace without
access to any electronics, just as long as there
was a strong enough signal available. He could
probably do it with a weaker signal too, with
increasing amounts of risk. The first time they
try this I imagine would have some disastrous
results. Enough that everyone but Tim believes
they shouldn't try it again. I think it would send
him into a sort of shock for a few hours at least.
| Arowen13 chapter 5 . 3/5
You know, Jethro never does see him between this chapter
and his powers being fully developed. The next time he sees
Tim, will he even recognize him? Will he growl? Could be bad.
| Arowen13 chapter 17 . 3/1
Does he need a monitor to do that?
Can he use a computer without a monitor?
| Arowen13 chapter 1 . 2/26
I keep coming back here. Here are some experiments Tim and the team should run.
Can McGee charge things to go through more than one thing?
(The ice spear went through one wall than shattered on the next,
could he have charged it enough that it could have gone through both?)
What would happen if McGee was still part way in a wall and dephased?
Would he be stuck or would the wall cut him in half? Could he reattach it,
or reform it the way he heals other injuries?
Does gravity effect him at the same rate when he's falling through floors
phased as it does when he's not? If it doesn't, can he alter it enough to gain altitude?
Could he change the density of something else, like a wall to allow things to pass through it,
rather than charging the item itself?
Speaking of gaining altitude, and speaking of changing the density of something else,
could he change the density of air enough that he could stand on it?
(I could see him getting really focused on the idea of flying, because his mom named
him Shadowhawk and as my mental McGee tells me insistently "Hawks fly"
Could he phase through water as though it were air? I was thinking about this one,
and I realized that phasing while in water would likely drop his body's temperature
defenses and give him severe hypothermia fast if they didn't think of that before hand
and heat the water. (At which point they would treat him until Tim was coherent enough
to tell them just to put him into warmer water and Ducky to shoot down the idea because
it would shock his systems even further)
Can he heal a broken bone with his phasing? (probably not completely, but partly maybe?)
If he's phased and walking though a wall, how doesn't he fall through the floor? Concentration?
What happens when he gets the flu?!
Can he charge another person to phase with him like he can an object?
What if he practiced charging a bullet, putting it in the gun, than shooting a target on the other side of a wall?
How long do items hold the charge after he charged them?
Could he accidentally phase into a video game, or would it just be code to him?
If he could, could he be injured?
If there is a sequel, I'd be interested in their mom contacting Sarah, Gibbs putting her in her place,
and Tim trying air dried raw Beluga whale meat. :P
Also, what happens to the other kids who never had the transplant removed?
-I'll probably think of more and post another review. ; If I'm spamming you,
just send me a note and I'll stop. Otherwise, I'll just keep posting them until I've
done one on each chapter of the story. I'll probably do that for every story.
Than if there's something more I really want to say, I'll probably sign out and post it as guest. ;
Have a good day. Get well soon!-
| Guest chapter 1 . 2/24
I can't stop thinking about this story. Even though Abby meant to say that differently,
I think she still meant it, about experimenting with the new superhero. I could see her
teaming up with McGee to practice and test his limits and such. For example, how close
to a computer does he have to be in order to 'dive in' and just access it in general. Can he do
the same with cell phones and things?Is there a travel limit? For example, could he travel to a
satellite computer if he needed to? (Don't ask why he would need to. Maybe someone programed
a missile to hit earth.) How would McGee juggle his super hero duties with his duties for NCIS?
Is there any danger of signal fragmentation or decay? What if he got caught in a bouncing signal?
What if he did something stupid like didn't wait for backup even if he had a good reason,
or wanted to try some more dangerous experiments like seeing if a bullet would pass through him
phased, and practice doing it?
| Arowen13 chapter 28 . 2/18
If there's ever a sequel to this, I would be disappointed if doesn't
have some small part. Even if it's just Gibbs putting her in her place or something. :)
What could the sequel be, hmm. Maybe Hamilton escapes. Even better,
maybe he had his organization set up to execute his final plans in the event
of his capture, failure, or death. He had to be raising those superheros for some reason.
Quite a long term plan too, over 25 years. Why? Not money, it wouldn't be
worth the effort. Revenge? Against who? Supers in general perhaps.
That's all I got. :P Nevermind me.
| Arowen13 chapter 24 . 2/18
Also, I'm really fascinated to see is if Edna really can get a gun designed
that he can pull with him for phasing. Also, an altered wardrobe, that
doesn't even have metal zippers. Plastic ones could be used for example,
if he was willing to buy them from a fabric store and stitch them in by hand or
machine. Also, would Jethro notice any difference in him now that he has powers?
He hasn't seen him in awhile, and how would he react? Maybe he smells different.
Also, what about glass for a gun material? Considering bullet proof glass and all,
theoretically it would be able to handle the pressure.
| Arowen13 chapter 29 . 2/18
You know, when I read this story there were a few things I
was hoping would be answered. For example, can he phase
other people with him? Can he control the plasma without
the remote like Ziva was wondering? Can he heal others?
Also, can he phase things coming at him without touching them?
I had that idea with Tony throwing paper wad balls at Tim,
and getting him so irritated he didn't even think about it,
just phased it so it didn't hit him, snapped at Tony to stop,
and went back to working. Than he realized that Tony and
Ziva were staring at him. They discover the paper wad ball,
stuck in the floor. :P I don't know, I just think his powers
aren't quite finished developing yet, from what Gibbs said in
chapter 22. "Your parents had powers their whole lives,
you've only been at it a couple of days, don't you think
you should cut yourself a little slack?"
| Gracfully chapter 6 . 12/26/2013
| Arowen13 chapter 27 . 12/17/2013
That is sick, I didn't suspect that. :)
But now they can save them!
| Arowen13 chapter 26 . 12/17/2013
He can bring objects into phase with him,
but could he bring another person?
| Arowen13 chapter 8 . 12/16/2013
Just when I was sure he was going to get some sort of boring power,
just to disappoint Tony. :P It's after 1 and I can't tear myself away.