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    Sweet, sweet Aero is back.

    Hickman is becoming my favorite X-writer.
    His Kurt is exquisite.
    This was captivating, provocative, thought-provoking, beautiful, glorious, chilling, triumphant, and masterful. Melody is gorgeous and the Guthrieís deserved this spotlight.

    With each issue, Hickman is answering our questions while creating 10 more. Weaving a gigantic world for us. M-day is being addressed. The wills? Sounds fascinating.

    This issue will obviously cause quite a stir and as loyal X-Fans, we deserve no less.

    Iím so happy and Iím here for the ride.

    (Nice to see my boy Ric on the island. And I look forward to the Logan/Scott baywatch giant-sized speedo sex adventure. Yum.)
    Boop! Krakoa forever!

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    Quote Originally Posted by spirit2011 View Post
    Not a good justification, dead shouldn't be glorified
    And what do you have to say for all the cultures that celebrate death?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lapsus View Post
    To be honest, isnt a little irrelevant all the show??

    if she knows that she isnt going to die, what determination is this??

    I get killed by Daddy Apo Yassss ??

    That is one thing, now, about the ritual itself, the xmen are going back to weird places but now is clear that is made on purpise.

    I guess Kurt is the audience surrogate.
    I laughed on this.

    This is all not needed to happen, just another violence and death spectable

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    More cult things. Not a fan of it.
    Don`t see how X-Men would be ok with this. It is forced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tycon View Post
    Oh my god, ICARUS!!!!!
    I swear I thought of you when I saw the fam.

    Vegan Daddy, great review. Please do this more often!
    Boop! Krakoa forever!

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    Quote Originally Posted by spirit2011 View Post
    Survival of the fittest.

    Apocalypse want mutants to fight for their pwoers and for krakoa.

    This is so messed up
    Again, I have to politely disagree.

    This as another step forward from what we now know of the initial Four Horsemen and what became of them. It is the most paternal Apocalypse has ever been. Certainly the most "Fleshed Out.." the character has ever been. Easily superior to the catch-all "Boogeyman" of the IP's past.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vegan Daddy View Post
    Paradise isnít free. You have to be made to understand and appreciate what Krakoa offers you. You have to prove that youíre worthy of it. That youíll cultivate and protect it. That youíll die for it.

    Edit: Krakoa isnít for wimps
    Oh, I get it. And itís definitely interesting, as I said. Just weird AF. Feels like a huge shift and somewhat OOC for many of these characters, which ó to be fair ó is to be expected when you do something huge like conquer death I suppose.

    I now find myself hoping Kid Cable submits himself to the Crucible. So he can be reborn as the man he was and not the poon kid that he currently is! Ha.

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    The scene with the kids calling Wanda "Pretender" and covering their ears is immediately iconic. Maybe this is the best X-Men run of all time...

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    While reading this I could just feel the online show-outrage growing with each page, and couldnít wait to come and see the discussion on here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by numberthirty View Post
    Again, I have to politely disagree.

    This as another step forward from what we now know of the initial Four Horsemen and what became of them. It is the most paternal Apocalypse has ever been. Certainly the most "Fleshed Out.." the character has ever been. Easily superior to the catch-all "Boogeyman" of the IP's past.
    To be honest i still have my doubts on him, he seems the most reformed of all the villains yet he is the one that i think would eventually turn on them not because he hates them but because he feels that they would betray Krakoa.

    I think he is going to be the one that push the Nation on front and maybe some arguments would rise in the future.

    But i agree that he is in better shape than ever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spirit2011 View Post
    Not a good justification, dead shouldn't be glorified
    If that's what's actually happening...

    Which, again politely?

    It ain't. Look at the panels on this page, and ask yourself if it is a direct nod to anything? That thing that it is referencing? It was not, one lousy film aside, about that character's death. It was about that he didn't run from that death when it was ultimately about that he would live again. That outcome was the focus. Not his death or the exact way that he died.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nandes View Post
    The scene with the kids calling Wanda "Pretender" and covering their ears is immediately iconic. Maybe this is the best X-Men run of all time...
    Yup, I had the same thought. Weíll be seeing this panel a lot lol


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    This is like a Frank Miller comics, in a good way.

    With scenes like the one with Exodus, it's hard to tell if the writer is serious or is trolling.

    And that's true for every issue so far.
    Bringing back the old, killing the young: that's the Marvel way

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    Quote Originally Posted by numberthirty View Post
    Again, I have to politely disagree.

    This as another step forward from what we now know of the initial Four Horsemen and what became of them. It is the most paternal Apocalypse has ever been. Certainly the most "Fleshed Out.." the character has ever been. Easily superior to the catch-all "Boogeyman" of the IP's past.
    This is paternal? I don't see anything paternal killing people just for a show

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    Quote Originally Posted by spirit2011 View Post
    This is paternal? I don't see anything paternal killing people just for a show
    Which, arguably, is not actually what's happening.

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