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BrokenFrontier: What is the Naked Man Test, and where did it come from?
Allan Heinberg: The Naked Man Test is something I came up with while I was a writer and producer on Party of Five. […]
Over time, I’ve used the test to determine how well I know the characters I’m working on. If I immediately know how he or she would react to the Naked Man, chances are that character is fairly well defined. If not, I know I have to dig deeper to figure out who he or she is and what he or she wants.
BF: How would Patriot react if he were locked in a room with a naked man? How would Hulkling or Hawkingbird react differently?
AH: Patriot has a very take-charge, no-nonsense demeanor. He is not easily intimidated — even by a naked man. He’d probably take a quick look at the goods, judge them accordingly, then look the guy straight in the eye and firmly suggest he think about finding himself a pair of pants. Then Patriot would go about doing whatever’s next on his to-do list.
Kate’s reaction would probably be similar, though she wouldn’t be able to resist having a little fun at the Naked Man’s expense, comparing the size of their weapons, etc…
Hulkling would be intrigued by the Naked Man — and even a little envious of the guy’s obvious confidence. He’d nod approvingly, give the guy the thumbs up, and say “Good for you, Naked Man.” And though he’d try his best to maintain eye contact at all times, he’d fail miserably.
— BrokenFrontier interview: “Who The #*&% Is Allan Heinberg?” (Oct. 2005)
Fanart: Marvel Marvel Marvel (version 2) by Kirin-no-Hinote @deviantart
Young Avengers Cookies by Hiruko-Undead @livejournal
OMG THIS BRINGS SO MUCH JOY.
During the Kree-Skrull War, the Super-Skrull kidnapped Captain Mar-Vell, Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch and presented them to the Skrull Emperor. While the heroes later escaped, the Emperor’s daughter, Princess Anelle, conceived a child with Mar-Vell. At birth, the child was immediately exiled and grew up on Earth as Theodore “Teddy” Altman. The Empress ordered her child’s nurse to protect Teddy. She posed as a human working in real estate and raised him as a single mother.
On Earth, Teddy used his powers mainly in an effort to fit in with his high school classmates, particularly the class president and basketball team captain, Greg Norris. Fitting in for Teddy included using his shapeshifting to provide access to New York City high life by impersonating various superheroes and celebrities. Finally, when Greg coerced him into breaking into the ruins of Avengers Mansion, Teddy decided that some things were more important than fitting in, and rather than let Greg loot the mansion, he ended the friendship.