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What Ever Happened to Baby Wonder Tot?

Wonter Tot MFTOkay, I’ll be the first one to admit that I am not a big fan of child or baby versions of adult characters.  It’s played out. It can be silly. It can be downright “goofy.” (Just look at those damned Disney Babies – pun intended!)

Back when Chris Claremont introduced The X-Babies with Arthur Adams in an X-Nen Annual, I deemed it cringeworthy, yet tolerable, mostly due to the stellar art by the hyper-detailed Art of Adams. The X-Babies would show up periodically, just often enough to test my eye rolling ability.

And, there have been many a baby version along the way.  Who could forget the cartoon versions of little Roseanne Barr or little Louie Anderson.  Perhaps the question should be, “Who the hell wants to remember that?!”

And then, Skottie Young, known for his amazing work on Marvel’s beautiful Wizard of Oz adaptions with Eric Shanower, did a baby variant cover for Avengers vs. X-Men.  It was such a hit, it greenlit a one shot of entertaining proportions that is sure to pave the way for a slew of annoying baby projects.

In the book A New Earth, Eckhart Tolle speculates that we are enamored by babies as they are still transitioning to this existence from the magical realm, and we are drawn to that familiarity of fresh newness.  I’m down for that.

So, as a self-confessed Wonder Woman fanatic, I have to ask in all of this baby bru ha ha- What Ever Happened to Baby Wonder Tot?






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