Talk:Statue of Liberty

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Semantic question: This article says that "Coldstone and Coldfire were housed in Broadway and Angela's bodies." Without starting an existential discussion, shouldn't there be a difference between the soul and the body, at least for the "Coldtrio"? The above statement would be more accurate (at least to me) if it said "Othello and Desdemona were housed in Broadway and Angela's bodies." -- Phil 13:53, 4 January 2008 (CST)

I agree. It should say Othello and Desdemona. You wouldn't say Coldfire was inside Coldstone until "Possession". In my mind Othello, Desdemona and Iago refer to the living gargoyles and later their souls. Coldstone, Coldfire and Coldsteel refer to those souls inside a robot shell. And there were no robots inside Broadway and Angela. -- Matt 14:54, 4 January 2008 (CST)