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Yes...i am not happy with his demise....and why the need to kill him still urks me.
I think about a 400 year old immortal...and i think of ways to incorperate him...he could have been the one to create the formula....he could have founded the company....he could be someones ancestor....so much potential wasted.
I think it was wasted with the introduction of Arthur
I thought he somehow formed the company, didn't he... he inspired Linderman
... anyways, a great character, great charisma and had great lines... I love how he behave with Knox, that was great... but he was useless... he has a really useless power in front of the power other people have... shame
he lasted 400 years and went out this way... but at least Arthur (wich I still don't like him having powers) does looks like a great villain... let's see how it goes
R.I.P. Takezo Kensei/Adam Monroe
"When Gotham is ashes, you have my permission to die." -BANE
In terms of the death itself, I thought it was well done. I would hate to see him die with a bullet in the head. When Monroe was aging he remined me of Palpatine in Revenge of the Sith when his lightning was reflected at him.
Another problem I had with it was the advanced aging. Adam's powers were preventing his cells from aging at all. Since his power was taken away, his body should have started aging like a normal person again.
Yeah, that doesn't make any sense. If Arthur had the ability to make it like you never had the powers in the first place, then all the wounds that Peter sustained throughout the series would have come back.