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  1. Kind of surprised no one mentioned Maddie. That...

    Kind of surprised no one mentioned Maddie. That ones always kind of stuck because I've felt like we haven't seen the real Maddie back since, and I liked a lot of who that character was. She always...
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    My concerns aren't about whether it's reasonable...

    My concerns aren't about whether it's reasonable that Scott, Ro or Jean would find merit in Charles plan. It's more about would they trust him? Scott booted Charles for a reason. He was disruptive...
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    If I'm being honest, the biggest OOC reactions I...

    If I'm being honest, the biggest OOC reactions I see are the way some of the senior X-Men, Scott specifically, are accepting Charles direction without question. How are fans integrating this attitude...
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    The tone and style of the dialogue reminds me a...

    The tone and style of the dialogue reminds me a little of Claremont stuff but the content just clashes with what I would expect Scott and Storm to say in those circumstances. I'd expect Scott to be...
  5. That's very nice. I have to admit I appreciate...

    That's very nice. I have to admit I appreciate when an artist draws Jean with some muscle tone. Scott is just shredded there. Those legs! Between the two of them I suspect stamina isn't a problem.
  6. I can't agree that their personalities, on the...

    I can't agree that their personalities, on the whole, were a hindrance to each other. I don't think any evidence of that actually exists, while evidence certainly exists that they were able to...
  7. Nothing that's happened made it less iconic, as...

    Nothing that's happened made it less iconic, as in the ultimate representation of an X-Men romance. They've got too much history to lose that achievement. It's not how "iconic" it is that interests...
  8. If thatís how it played out fine. Hickman didnít...

    If thatís how it played out fine. Hickman didnít bother to show us that, or anything else related to setting the current status quo. Evidently he thought weíd prefer mutant symbology, or everything...
  9. If it's off panel it didn't happen. I think that...

    If it's off panel it didn't happen. I think that goes double when the writer isn't claiming it happened off panel. Also "Marvel Time".
  10. Don't worry. I'm happy to blame both parties for...

    Don't worry. I'm happy to blame both parties for poor planning.



    Do we know where that flashback is set in continuity? If could just be any of the million times Scott and Charles talked over...
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    I'm pretty sure that also means she's not human....

    I'm pretty sure that also means she's not human. Wasn't your point that humans were responsible for the greatest level of mutant oppression? Would she have ever even existed in the 616 without...
  12. Poll: It does if you consider that the people who make...

    It does if you consider that the people who make up this society were raised and educated in human society, and participated in it the vast majority of their lives. They maintain relatives that are...
  13. The will they\won't they era effectively ended in...

    The will they\won't they era effectively ended in the Silver Age. There was a brief blip with the Maddie fiasco, and again with Morrison but the vast majority of the Scott and Jean's history, when...
  14. That spin makes more sense I suppose. I agree the...

    That spin makes more sense I suppose. I agree the characterization is so whacked that something must be going on.

    It occurred to me though as I read your response that Hickman could simply be...
  15. Dealing with and resolving aren't the same thing....

    Dealing with and resolving aren't the same thing. You can tell by the astonishing lack of resolution to the problems in a number of relationships, mostly Scott and everyone and Emma and everyone. I...
  16. Writers have failed to make new X-Men characters...

    Writers have failed to make new X-Men characters with sufficient popularity for decades now. The only intersting characters left to bring into the fold are the villains.





    I pointed out...
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    Her psionic powers IIRC came from Charles. Close...

    Her psionic powers IIRC came from Charles. Close enough for government work.



    Sure she is.



    So are mutants. Not sure that's relevant.
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    Poll: I'm on the same page. I don't know what Claremont...

    I'm on the same page. I don't know what Claremont was on that made him think that Jean's death was never going to be undone. How hard is it really to anticipate that you are about to create a...
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    Mutants (and other Super Humans) are by far there...

    Mutants (and other Super Humans) are by far there own worst enemy. All the atrocities of baseline humans over all the years of publishing combined can't even begin to hold a candle to what Cassandra...
  20. Emma and Logan getting down is credible? Scott...

    Emma and Logan getting down is credible? Scott being okay with Jean and Logan together is credible? Characterization just might have to bent a tad huh?
  21. By repairing relationships, I mostly meant the...

    By repairing relationships, I mostly meant the platonic ones. I'm not in favor of turning the X-Books into a sexual free for all. Sorry if I wasn't clear on that. I agree that such an arrangement...
  22. Poll: Boy lovers and skeezy monarchs probably don't...

    Boy lovers and skeezy monarchs probably don't account for the majority of relationships in history.

    The OP basically made two points. First that poly-amorous relationships were good for the...
  23. Poll: The point applies equally to emotional intimacy...

    The point applies equally to emotional intimacy as well as physical. This concept is not dependent on sexual drive.



    Maybe they do, but this particular sacrifice is fundamental. It's a sign...
  24. I think Hickman's mostly trying to repair the...

    I think Hickman's mostly trying to repair the damage to key relationships from the last couple decades. I'm not sure a couple of pages does the process justice, but let's hope that's all it is...
  25. Poll: It waters the concept of love down pretty...

    It waters the concept of love down pretty significantly. You see, commitment to one partner is a sacrifice. It means you love them enough to control your baser instincts and not bang everything that...
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