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Perry
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« on: April 11, 2016, 07:12:04 AM »

With Marvel's newest upcoming Mutant event, Death of X, right around the corner and without knowing anything about what that event will entail (though Marvel is pushing speculation it may be an actual end of the mutants as they have, according to BC, extremely lowered the price on all their warehoused X books) I thought I would throw this up just because it was pretty cool to reminisce about the good ole days

(and no, I can't see Marvel actually wiping out the X-men. Why would they?)

*Volume needed to hear narration ... duh  Cheesy



And don't forget to check into the Avengers video seen HERE as well if this nostalgia hits you thus
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« Reply #1 on: November 04, 2016, 09:28:51 AM »

Okay, so issue #3 is almost proving to me that
Emma is going back to being bad
. It has to be.

This is still not great, but this issue, where nothing really happened, was about the best so far. That is not saying much, but ...

 Cheesy
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« Reply #2 on: November 04, 2016, 09:48:24 AM »

I went ahead and read your spoiler and if that theory is true I'm going to enjoy seeing that return.  Could set the stage for some good stories.
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« Reply #3 on: November 04, 2016, 10:46:32 AM »

I never ... well ... I have to hide this as it will spoile the spoiler tag  Grin ..

but I have never liked her as a "good guy" anyway. She is a homewrecker !!  Cheesy Okay, that may be pushing it, but I do think she works better as a bad guy. Of course, I never liked Mags leading the team either. So maybe ... I guess I just don't believe in rehibiltation  Cheesy Cheesy, even though as a semi-liberal, that should be a point of concern for me. Criminals, well non violent felons that have paid their dues and seved their time we mandated for them to serve ... sure they can vote.  Magneto being a good guy? HELL NO !!!!
Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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« Reply #4 on: November 26, 2016, 06:54:56 AM »

Sooooo Issue #4

This entire thing was pretty much a disaster. You can tell ... no, I shouldn't say that, let me do it this way ... I "suspect" that this was a rush job. I think that Marvel either forgot about Cyclops or had to make a late call and make this book in this manner. There is nothing here, other than to show what happened to a certain X character who has been missing since Secret Wars.

Once you guys read these four issues, those that will get that far I mean  Cheesy) all of my past statements will come around to be true ... ish  Cheesy

I will say, that even though this could have really been done in a one-shot, the resolution, the answer and the sole purpose for this, was pretty cool. However, for the death of another character in issue one, I may hate Marvel for awhile for that dick move (though maybe I'm taking that too personal  Grin). Other than that, as for this four issue mini ... meh

4 outta 10 - mistreated Mutants (for the series)
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