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Old 08-26-2018, 07:44 PM   #16
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Even if it might have been pronounced as "Skrull"on the animated series, what I'm saying is what I heard from the interview from the Marvel staff member. I don't know which staff writer it was but he stated the pronunciation is "Scroll." There are a number of words whose spelling differs from its pronunciation.
Id go by how the creators of the character pronounce it, not a random staff writer. Any interview with Stan Lee or Jack Kirby where they speak about the Skrulls they pronounce it as "skrull" also not to mention all forms of media featuring the characters also pronounce it as skrull not "scroll"
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Any interview with Stan Lee or Jack Kirby where they speak about the Skrulls they pronounce it as "skrull"
Now that you mention Stan Lee, it should be noted that Stan Lee's concept of Doctor Doom was changed by later writers. At first, Stan's concept was that Von Doom constantly wore a face mask because he was hiding a hideous facial disfigurement. Then several years later, another writer changed that concept by establishing that Von Doom had only a small scar. It was Doom's emotional trait of narcissism that made him consider the scar a severe disfigurement. So Stan Lee's concept got changed. In that same way, Stan's pronunciation of Skrull must have been changed by other writers.
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In addition to the above, there was also a feud between Stan and Jack. Because Kirby always insistently claimed that on the splash pages that Stan did not give him proper authorship credits. After all, Kirby was known not only as an artist but also as a writer. It's because of that feud that Kirby quit Marvel in 1971 and went over to DC company.
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At the first time that the Super Skrull met the Fantastic Four, did anybody notice the discrepancy when the Super Skrull was being tested for his strength on the Skrull planet? He lifts a piece of machinery weighing several tons by gripping handles on the top of the machinery. The discrepancy is that as he lifts the machinery, he is actually standing right on top of the machinery itself. That doesn't make sense at all because how can he lift something up into the air if he is standing right on top of it.
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Did anybody else notice the Human Torch's brief momentary cameo in the Captain America film? It was the momentary scene where the Human Torch is shown at the World's Fair. The point to be made is that it was not the Fantastic Four version but the earlier version from the Golden Age superheroes from the 1940s. Remember that the Human Torch from the Fantastic Four was inspired by the original Human Torch from the 1940s. The Human Torch from the Fantastic Four is a human whereas the Human Torch from the 1940s is an Android. What we see from the momentary cameo is apparently the body of the Android Torch. At that point his body inside that transparent chamber remains immobile because he's confined to a vacuum.
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