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    The Summers and Xavier family colonizing the stars.

    Then Marvel earthlings wonder why the aliens hate them.

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    I wonder how Cerebro works bringing back alt reality mutants. Like, could Xavier bring back a Jimmy Hudson who still has Mothervine in his blood? That way it could be used to repower mutants.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glio View Post
    The Summers and Xavier family colonizing the stars.

    Then Marvel earthlings wonder why the aliens hate them.
    I don’t think aliens hate them. But I could be wrong.

    The summers are royalty

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woozie View Post
    I saw a pretty strong theory that feels like it might have some weight.

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    What if Professor X is actually Moira X?
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    That...would be shocking in the best possible way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Woozie View Post
    I saw a pretty strong theory that feels like it might have some weight.

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    What if Professor X is actually Moira X?
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    And, has his memories and powers? I don't see it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tycon View Post
    I wonder how Cerebro works bringing back alt reality mutants. Like, could Xavier bring back a Jimmy Hudson who still has Mothervine in his blood? That way it could be used to repower mutants.
    That raises a good question...are alt-reality mutants being brought back? Or is HiX-Man sticking with just those mutants we know who lived in the 616 prime universe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glio View Post
    The Summers and Xavier family colonizing the stars.

    Then Marvel earthlings wonder why the aliens hate them.
    How does that jive with all of the wouldbe Earth beaters who have attacked Earth in the past -- Earth beaters who've never battled the X-Men?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devaishwarya View Post
    That raises a good question...are alt-reality mutants being brought back? Or is HiX-Man sticking with just those mutants we know who lived in the 616 prime universe?
    Doubtful as Hickman doesn't want to use alt reality characters

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    Quote Originally Posted by RachelGrey View Post
    I think the spark of life is the soul. The energy that coalesces in our cells and unifies those cells into a single living organism, I think that energy is a part of what the soul is.
    But unless you sit down and write a Marvel story what’s the point of expressing your personal ideas of the soul? I don’t believe in the soul, it’s not going to change the history of the MU, and I wouldn’t expect the writers to suddenly see the light and abandon all non-scientific views. I wouldn’t even want them to.

    I am not a radical atheist but I don’t really care if Cyclops has some indivisible essence that makes him who he is. He is a comic book character that was dead and is now alive. If the way to keep the majority of readers happy is to somehow declare his soul intact then so be it, but I don’t need a theology lecture from a writer that probably cares less about it than me, so I don’t expect it to be a major theme going forward.
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    Proteus is a reality warper these are the same characters mind body and soul
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    Quote Originally Posted by JKtheMac View Post
    But unless you sit down and write a Marvel story what’s the point of expressing your personal ideas of the soul? I don’t believe in the soul, it’s not going to change the history of the MU, and I wouldn’t expect the writers to suddenly see the light and abandon all non-scientific views. I wouldn’t even want them to.

    I am not a radical atheist but I don’t really care if Cyclops has some indivisible essence that makes him who he is. He is a comic book character that was dead and is now alive. If the way to keep the majority of readers happy is to somehow declare his soul intact then so be it, but I don’t need a theology lecture from a writer that probably cares less about it than me, so I don’t expect it to be a major theme going forward.
    At the end of the day.! It’s a story and the great thing about story’s is that it can be interpreted any way you like. That’s what’s fun about comics

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    Quote Originally Posted by gambitxremy View Post
    At the end of the day.! It’s a story and the great thing about story’s is that it can be interpreted any way you like. That’s what’s fun about comics
    This story can. That’s good I agree. Many stories in the past can only be read in a context of belief and to me that’s not particularly satisfying as a story. I live with it but I don’t need it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Devaishwarya View Post
    That raises a good question...are alt-reality mutants being brought back? Or is HiX-Man sticking with just those mutants we know who lived in the 616 prime universe?
    I think the rules are pretty clear cut - Sinister’s DNA database + Cerebro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKtheMac View Post
    But unless you sit down and write a Marvel story what’s the point of expressing your personal ideas of the soul? I don’t believe in the soul, it’s not going to change the history of the MU, and I wouldn’t expect the writers to suddenly see the light and abandon all non-scientific views. I wouldn’t even want them to.

    I am not a radical atheist but I don’t really care if Cyclops has some indivisible essence that makes him who he is. He is a comic book character that was dead and is now alive. If the way to keep the majority of readers happy is to somehow declare his soul intact then so be it, but I don’t need a theology lecture from a writer that probably cares less about it than me, so I don’t expect it to be a major theme going forward.
    Good point. And one I agree with whole-heartedly.
    Some readers get so caught up in their personal beliefs and understandings that they never consider that the stories are written by someone who may have different ideas and beliefs. That it's sometimes necessary to just take the work as is...a work of fiction...and not try to view it through a lense clouded by personal wants and desires and expectations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devaishwarya View Post
    Good point. And one I agree with whole-heartedly.
    Some readers get so caught up in their personal beliefs and understandings that they never consider that the stories are written by someone who may have different ideas and beliefs. That it's sometimes necessary to just take the work as is...a work of fiction...and not try to view it through a lense clouded by personal wants and desires and expectations.
    It’s just a comic book and the fun part about it is to have discussions and theories and funbwith them

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