- Oct 25, 2017
Until I saw Gillen’s tweet about this issue I was wondering where this characterization came from. I love it!
Yeah I was like... I'm gonna wait and see who figures this shit out.
and it also talked about the husband who cant object cuz hes doing the same, which sounds a whole damn lot like scott and emmas thing.
One is Gabriel, who is a space dickand it also talked about the husband who cant object cuz hes doing the same, which sounds a whole damn lot like scott and emmas thing.
Also the brothers jumping out of a plane bit, of which it turned out there were 3, thing sure sounds like the summer's backstory,
have they discovered a secret brother recently or something?
God there's a thread on Comic Vine that would be fucking retrospectively hilarious if they actually did the Rachel Howlett thing.
Well that X-Men #1 lineup would suddenly make more sense...
Hrm. I'm not familiar with the recent Sinister characterization, but from this book - Sinister as Nimrod the Lesser?
I took them to possibly be spores, going with the whole "Krakoa is influencing people" angle.Good shout!
I'm not the most up to date with X-Men lore but I can't help but feel that image of Doug/Cyhpher brushing past a plant on Krakoa and it displaying techno-organic symbols on it's leaves meant something too. Especially now that he's responsible for communication interface being developed.
Looking over the issues, Nimrod's chest thing that used to be explicitly drawn as a triangle has definitely taken on more of a diamond shape.
Yeah, I mentioned because of the latter theory.
Gambit is more like Corsair than Scott ever was.Several hints were made to Gambit being a third-Summers brother shortly after his introduction into the comics. His most notable similarities were to Cyclops, as both of them shared dark brown hair and red eyes. Gambit's origins prior to being adopted by the Thieves Guild were completely unknown, causing much speculation as to him possibly being the third Summer's boy. Finally, in the 12 issue, 3 part X-Men: The End series, which presented one possible future of the X-Men, established that Gambit was a genetically engineered mutant, created by Mister Sinisterwith his DNA spliced partially from Cyclops and Sinister himself, thus making him a third brother in some respects and explaining how Sinister was already aware of there being another Summers child. Though none of this has been established in the main Marvel continuity at this time.
During an interview with Comic Book Resources, at the question "what's your opinion of the revelation of Gambit being the character in question over in X-Men: The End?", Fabian Nicieza answers that "My opinion is that I screwed up plenty of Chris's stories; he's more than welcome to screw up one of mine."