|Reviews for The Institute Saga II|
| jon reeve chapter 31 . 4/27
/If he didn't inherit the z-gene, doesn't that make him human by their standards? He can't pass on what he never attained. Trask is an extremeist, so it doesn't really matter, but Hitler wasn't aryan, after all.
| jon reeve chapter 26 . 4/27
"Author's note: Yes, the chair Xavier tried to design was the one used in the original X-Men cartoon series. At the time it was made, it looked futuristic. Now, it just looks clunky."
/lol. Wow, I didn't even connect your description with the clunker. I was wondering what the heck you were talking about when he mentioned yellow shoeboxes. Then, as soon as I read your author's note, all became clear.
/btw, I think he had toilet in there.
| jon reeve chapter 22 . 4/25
"Yay!" She shouted. "I finally found Beefcake Man's place!"
/Yes! Move over Mystique! lol.
| jon reeve chapter 6 . 4/24
"Yes. Apparently the Avengers were taking down one of Victor von Doom's pet projects when the unknown female came out of nowhere and essentially demolished the whole area with the aid of an army of squirrels."
/Yes, yes, yes! She's the most powerful being in the universe! Cute, too. Superman/Squirrel Girl? I ship it. Normally I wouldn't cause Supes isn't good enough for her, but your version just might be. lol
| CrimsonDomi chapter 17 . 2/17
Alright: First things first: The story's told really well so far, but...
The part of me that is a total geek and chemistry student is recoiling from the "QNA" bit. I think somebody else in the reviews already moaned about the four-stranded, reversed bit, so I'll just complain about the name:
DNA stands for Desoxyribonucleic Acid (the N's from nucleic), with desoxyribose being the sugar used for the outer part of the "ladder" of the double-helix, and the nucleic acid in question the "step".
... which means QNA, regardless of it's impossibility, doesn't make any sense as a name, especially the way Sinister uses it here. The "D" doesn't stand for double, so the "Q" can't stand for quadruple - and I can't think of an appropriate chemical compound with q in the name, either, though granted, it's half past midnight where I am right now and my last biochem lecture was some time ago and I didn't exactly cross-check in any database, so... there might be, but I think it's unlikely, from what I remember. Make no mistake, though, that's a basic enough mistakes some high schoolers might catch it, and it's really, really annoying me. It makes me even more twitchy than the fake elements I know are the bread and butter of superhero science in the Marvel verse, but... ugh... additional elements in the atomic mass ranges they're suggesting should be radioactive with life-spans of under a second, dammit...
| Guest chapter 10 . 2/4
Again, now the story has ended. But this needs pointing out.
*And with Ororo, Logan, Pietro, Clark and Martha around *
I think you meant Pjotr rather than Pietro, who's still working for his dad
| vysirez chapter 14 . 10/4/2016
I know this is old, and the story is long since past this, but it makes no sense that Magneto would be able to hold Supergirl with steel. It doesn't matter how much force Magneto can apply, the steel itself is insufficient to hold Supergirl. She could just rip through the steel, and pretty much ignore it.
| Guest chapter 8 . 8/25/2016
Wait a minute...Wait A Minute!... Is this Clystique?
| RHJunior chapter 3 . 3/13/2016
again I've got to gripe about the "alien DNA" trope here. I'll keep it simple: if Superman really had backward-spiraling, 4 strand DNA, he would have starved to death. DNA contains the instructions needed for an organism to develop, survive and reproduce. To carry out these functions, DNA sequences must be converted into messages that can be used to produce proteins, which are the complex molecules that do most of the work in our bodies.
If kryptonian DNA was 4 stranded and spiraled in reverse, the proteins which it created would be utterly chemically different from anything on earth. At the very least they would produce "mirror" proteins composed of D-Amino acids, while terran life is composed of L-amino acids. IWhich means he would be unable to digest the proteins in terran food./i Baby Kal El would eat and eat and eat, and he would starve to death right there in Ma Kent's lap- assuming the chemical compounds in our food didn't simply instantly poison and kill him.
| Khalthar chapter 15 . 9/6/2015
There is Rule 34. And THEN there is Rule 35!
But one must NEVER forget Rule number 4!
| MadHat886 chapter 18 . 3/4/2015
| Hebi R chapter 6 . 2/22/2015
Right now, at this moment, I love you.
| Ivanjedi chapter 31 . 2/2/2015
Oh man, a Summers making a dig about someone else's screwed up family tree?
I can't believe I managed to miss this one on the first read :D :D
That being said, aside from things happening a bit too fast at times, pretty good story; I especially like the fact Clark isn't refusing to share his tech when it would do some good, even if entrusting the kryptonite to SHIELD was a little overboard
| Galeiam chapter 2 . 9/17/2014
GAH! I knew this was coming, I just freaking knew it.
Most annoying thing where kyrptonite is introduced in a story.
| Beast Mode92 chapter 32 . 9/6/2014