Motya, somewhat sheepishly, follows Blue Marvel out to the dance floor. The band begins to play a lively number and the dance floor begins to fill up. Blue Marvel begins to ask Motya about her likes, dislikes, interests, what her childhood was like...a barrage of questions, all personal, but none deeply so. As the song ends, Motya is aware that others around the dance floor are staring at her.
Pausing to look down at herself (and see what form she has taken that has everyone starting at her), Motya is somewhat shocked to find she looks just like...
Looking back up at Blue Marvel with a somewhat confused look on her face, the copy-cat hero explains. "I know what it's like for people to look at you and see someone else. I figured if I focused my attention on you, maybe people could have a chance to see you for who you really are instead of what they hope to see in you."
Looking around at the eyes on Motya, he continues, "apparently you're a better dance than you give yourself credit for. Thanks for the dance."
Blue Marvel then wanders from the floor with the rest of the dancers as the band takes a short break.
Everyone else: Is that Blue Marvel and Motya out on the dance floor??
As Benni approaches the bar, she hears another female voice call out with an element of surprise, "My lord, Odinson? Do mine eyes deceive me? Your absence on Midguard has been felt as surely as it has in Asguard! It does my heart good to see you, surely the tales of your absence must..."
Here, the man in sunglasses with the silver speedo sitting at the bar next to Benni turns to see who is prattling on behind him, secretly hoping that the nearby voice is not addressing him.
Brunhilde the Valkyrie, stalwart pillar of the Defenders, stops mid-sentence, her jaw remaining open for the second or so it takes her to recover. "Forgive me"
, she says, addressing Beorn, "you are definitely not Thor Odinson"
. The armor-clad woman quickly turns on her heel and heads directly away as quickly as possible.