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So... I can't say for sure, but I may have just watched 6 episodes of GL:TAS. And I'm now on #7. Because Reckoning is such a good Razer episode.

[Some thoughts...]So, was it obvious to Razer from the start that Aya copied Ilana's face? Because I'll be honest, it wasn't obvious to me the first time through... but then, I hadn't seen them back to back. He doesn't mention it, but he does seem pretty protective of her from the beginning.

I was thinking that one of the things I like about this series is that the cast is limited. You have the main four, the big baddie and his henchman, and a handful of recurring characters. It keeps things nice and tight and with more time for character development. Kind of how Justice League started... until they rebranded it as 'Unlimited' and tried to cram in every character who's ever been in a DC comic. Young Justice is kind of the same way... they just have such a big cast - especially since the 'Invasion' rebranding - that it's kind of hard to get emotionally invested. Although maybe I'll feel better once I go back and get caught up from the beginning.

An aside: charging a Red power ring does not seem to be an altogether pleasant experience :\
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So, was it obvious to Razer from the start that Aya copied Ilana's face?

I don't know. It wasn't obvious to ME either and given that Razer was connecting with Aya before she even had a body (imho) I could go either way about him realizing she'd copied his dead wife's face.

An aside: charging a Red power ring does not seem to be an altogether pleasant experience :\

I think it was probably more pleasant for Razer before he had to face the consequences of his anger - speaking personally, sometimes there is something weirdly pleasurable about being furious and acting out, ESPECIALLY when you feel righteous about it, which we know Razer did. I think he hates powering up now, because it's a reminder of all the darkest, most destructive parts of himself.
I don't know. It wasn't obvious to ME either and given that Razer was connecting with Aya before she even had a body (imho) I could go either way about him realizing she'd copied his dead wife's face.

It seems to come up in fic a lot, probably because it's such great angst fodder :)

I think he hates powering up now, because it's a reminder of all the darkest, most destructive parts of himself.

*wibbles for Razer*