Ah, yes. I want to make some heavy use of the entire white lantern sect. I don't want to change what you did, just add to it. Failing that though, o just want to use a ring. What I didn't know was if you were still around or concerned with this and don't want to do much without getting your OK first.
Well I only found out about this by a chance look at my Gmail after being woken up from my usual sleep by one of my dogs vomiting on my pillow leaving me sick to the point where my throat feels like it's been rubbed raw and something wants to rise out of it.
Hit me with your concept and I'll probably approve it.
If take a while to respond it means I either tried to sleep again or am expressing my illness.
Otachi is the primary threat due to her damage dealing abilities (purely because of the acid, nothing else she has will matter), however, she, like all Pacific Rim mecha and Kaiju has the density of Styrofoam (not to mention being just flat out smaller volume wise) and will be sent flying from lovetaps from team 1 while their punches are liable to stove in their skeletal structures.
Knifehead kind of sort of didn't do much impressive, he did damage Gypsy but he only did so when he caught the two off guard and was otherwise getting creamed. Plus, literally two minutes of screentime isn't really enough to determine much of anything other than that he's atomic breath fodder.
The Mutos are the only ones who are in their weight category here (literally) and they can't make up for the failings of their tiny ass pacific rim allies. (To put this in perspective, the Male MUTO weighs in at 50,000 tons as per the novel. This means he weighs more than the entire cast of Pacific Rim, PR Kaiju weigh in at 1.5-5k tons) and will get creamed in short order when their allies go down like Chihuahuas trying to pick a fight with Labradours.
He just needs to have more mature writing in the comics and cartoons, the audience eventually grows up, and he used to grow right along with us, now he's a clown who takes the easy way out of everything and takes responsibility for granted.
Blame that on Dan Slott.
Quesada was mucking up Spiderman before Slott ever sat in front of a keyboard.