I came to this particular Legion fan theory while listening to the Legion of Substitute Podcasters talk about the "Five Years Later" Legion. Fan Theories are something that gets really interesting as we have the natural wait between issues or episodes. I recall a scene later in the 5YL series where Chlorophyll Kid mentions that the Dominators' technology is plant-based. That brings to mind the first appearance of the Subs and what ever was up with the alien invasion that they thwarted.
CAUTION: THERE WILL BE SPOILERS FOR WONDER WOMAN IN THIS ARTICLE. So, after watching Patty Jenkins' Wonder Woman, starring Gal Gadot, I was very thrilled to finally see a great film for an iconic character that is worthy of such an iconic character. However, wholly within the framework of the DC Cinematic Universe, there is one question that had me quickly formulate a crackpot theory.
I thought that I had heard this Doctor Who fan theory before, but I can't seem to find reference to it anywhere. I won't claim it as an original theory, and I acknowledge that there are a lot of contradictions to this theory in various other media the Doctor has appeared in, but there are contradictions to everything. As with all good theories, it falls to being able to address those contradictions and explain them. As I attempt to do so, here is the theory as it stands now...
Franklin Richards, Master of the Universe The full theory has been detailed here. The biggest evidence for this is something I hadn’t thought about and only heard about a few days ago in Comic Geek Speak’s review of Fantastic Four. To help Sue Richards give birth to Franklin, an anti-matter element from the Negative Zone was