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Slott clearly has no idea what he's talking about.
The most interesting thing about Kingsley is that he has sanity on his side. Unlike Norman or Harry, Roderick wasn't batshit crazy, which made him a much more dangerous opponent. Kingsley could form meticulous plans and follow up on them. He was ruthless, cunning, calculating, and capable of high levels of deception. All of these things make Kingsley an interesting character under the mask, let alone wearing it.
The main problem is that writers like Slott don't understand what makes the character work.
AMS wrote:This whole thread is about a character who hasn't appeared for like 20 years, lol.
Bullshit. He was the primary villain in The Amazing Spider-Girl
for virtually its entire run. And it was awesome