And prior to that who was the biggenst influence in his life? His Pa.And Clark is in most cases a grown man whenever the fortress comes into play, to him its the voice of a man who claims to be his father, but Clark doesnt even have the glimmer of memory of the real person.
Its not a flaw, its an identifiable pattern. These are fictional characters who actions are in the hands of the writers, and the writers seem to attribute a vastly greater amount of weight to the influence of male parental figures.I dont get most of your examples here, now it's suddenly a flaw in these characters that their fathers are morons and they are strong enough to forge their own paths in life rather than follow in daddy's footsteps.
That's good to know, but I would encourage you not to get personal.I am looking at it from your perspective buddy.
I suppose equally it could be argued there are some who will accept change blindly whatever it entails. But since we are both thoughtful individuals with respect for each others cognitive abilities I dont think that would apply to either of us.Well there isnt, theres just a bunch of fans that are unwilling to accept changes.
The value in this vid is to show when the character of Raven was created her Raven's male parentage drives most of her plot. I do notice that when she list the positive influences in her life her mother is absent.And that means she's suddenly daddy's girl?
This reminds me of something:
Because we all know Raven is totally daddy's girl right?