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    Ugh....killing me here...lol

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    I think the likeness for the 2nd issue of SGU is supposed to be better. Believe I saw a tweet about it. It was a slow start so hopefully that also get better. As for them writing in Eli losing weight and them drawing him so thin, this actually excited me! If you have seen David Blue recently he has slimmed down tremendously. Soooo...why would they want to play in to what the actor currently looks like? Maybe because they want to it to tie in to a possible return of live action? Probably just a coincidence but I found it weird they spent so much time informing the reader why Eli is thin now just for the heck of it...

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    I've seen David Blue in recent months and he has indeed lost a few pounds, but depending on the timeline of the story -- it's not very realistic to loose a lot of weight in just a couple of months. That would basically mean something is very wrong on the health level.

    If it's a longer period since last you would have seen Eli (at the end of SGU's run) then it is plausible to make him less weightier.
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    I believe a scenario of barely eating enough to survive for almost 3 months could indeed create this sort of weight loss. If he was rationing to the extreme, which in this scenario I believe he would be forced to do, it is possible. And let's be honest, not everything in a tv series is always super realistic.

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    Yeah, given the circumstances I'd say it is reasonable. Just not a healthily or permanent method in normal scenarios

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiner833 View Post
    And let's be honest, not everything in a tv series is always super realistic.
    Unfortunately no...
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