Our Favorite Mutants
The Woodworks Staff shares their favorite mutant characters from books, comics and film.
- Donatello off of Teenage Tutant Ninja Turtles. He's a geek who hits people with a stick...a little like myself :-D - Craig Munro, cartoonist
- Wolverine. I know he's every other person's favorite mutant already, but he's still my favorite (in case you couldn't tell from the Wolverine:Snikt! review I did a while back). - Erwin Limawan, writer
- I like the three headed fish from The Simpsons. It's cute, and disturbing. And the episode where they served it up for dinner to Mr Burns on television was a classic. - Gretchen Sveda, artist
- I like the wee lil' fire breathing dragon donkeys from Shrek 2. There's just something horribly adorable about a purplish donkey with horns and a lizard tail that can sneeze out huge bursts of flame. - Audrey Wildhagen, writer
- I'm going to have to go with the TMNT (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)...because damn, they just rock. - Juliana Davila, HR
- I'm going to be unoriginal and go for Rogue from the XMen. I like the dilemma that her powers put her in. She can steal anyone else's power/skills, yet it also means that she can never touch anyone without doing it anyway. Angsty stuff. ^^ - Georgette Tan, writer
- The Swamp Thing. I used to be fascinated with him when I was younger and read a lot of comic books and wanted to see what his skin felt like. It just looked so gross... - Sarah Trumpp, copy editor
- Gonna have to take the same vein as Gette and say Gambit from the X-Men. He's kewl, he's tough, he's a total rogue, but he's an odd romantic in his own sort of way and he's self-deprecating... more than Wolverine at least, bleh. - Sylvia Leung, artist
- My favourite mutant has to be Harold, the old crusty ghoul from the games Fallout and Fallout 2. He's gone through nuclear holocaust, the rebuilding of the human race, being ostracised by regular humans because he's, well, undead because of radiation, yet he still manages to rise to be the mayor of a town, and keeps his bizarre sense of humour the entire time. - Ren Bail, writer
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