4101Re: Dr. Beetle & Dr. Mongfish
- Sep 2, 2003--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Dava" <dizzydava@a...> wrote:
> > > Am I the only one who thinks that Dr. Beetle looks exactly likeof
> > an
> > > older Dr. Mongfish sans the obviously mechanical left hand?
> > Ah, the perils of black and white comics. Dr. Beetle is a
> > dark-skinned gentleman, Dr. Mongfish is light-skinned.
> > --Kaja
> Aww, drat! That totally blows the theory I posted way back when I
> first joined. Now I'll have to deconstruct my whole understanding
> the GG universe. :P Honestly, I was fairly convinced that BeetleI haven't noticed anything in the published GG materials which would
> was Agatha's grandpa.
> But isn't DuMedd dark skinned, and related to the Mongfishes? Or
> should I not poke and prod too far with my rusty instruments?
prevent Dr. Beetle and Dr. Mongfish from having at least one common
ancestor to account for the physical resemblance. Given the
established tendency of Sparks to behave like aristocrats and marry
people from other "Sparky" families, and the fact that Lucrezia was a
former student of Beetle's (indicating that Beetle and Mongfish were,
at least, not-enemies), a relationship seems at least as likely as
Sir Ruthven Murgatroyd
23rd Baronet of Ruddigore
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