Well... they are twins ;)
Well, they refer to the "twilight sword of the enemy", so the logical guess would be Surtur and the fire demons of Muspelheim. Twilight Sword
Well the Xavier stuff came much much earlier in the series. Turns out he found Namor long before the F4 and "fixed his amnesia" in the ways only early Xavier could. They then worked together to find mutants for a bit before it all went to shit and Xavier did a sloppy reset on Namor.Interesting things happening in the Namor-focused Invaders comics.
We would not be the first people to notice a phrase used in House Of X #1, of Professor Xavier announcing to the world that things were a little differentwww.bleedingcool.com
Xavier mind shenenigans and Krakoa references. Don't think it can be a coincidence they wanna put this stuff here with Namor.
Because Xavier makes shit worseWell the Xavier stuff came much much earlier in the series. Turns out he found Namor long before the F4 and "fixed his amnesia" in the ways only early Xavier could. They then worked together to find mutants for a bit before it all went to shit and Xavier did a sloppy reset on Namor.
Basically Namor's modern penchant for constantly switching sides that make no sense is because of Xavier basically giving the memories of a dead war friend sentience in Namor's head as "therapy."
Said dead war friend memories has been taking him over every so often for years and is the reason for his current total heel turn.
Well according to Sinister secret that Sinister was replaced before Xavier even knew and was playing the game for as long as Xavier
I don't recall it very well, but I think the retcon was that Xavier said to Rogue he could cure her, when in fact he couldn't.
you basically got it - Gen X is a beautiful mess, and worth reading
It has been a while. That may be how it was overall. I do remember the flashback where he did say to himself if he fixed her before she became an X-Man and changed her ways it would make a foe to powerful or some such thing.I don't recall it very well, but I think the retcon was that Xavier said to Rogue he could cure her, when in fact he couldn't.
Later when he was shot by Bishop, and trying to make ammends with his broken promises, he catches up with Rogue, and uses the same process he had to use to recolect himself after Bishop and Exodus with her, and this ends with her being able to control her mutation.
Be my guest :)It has been a while. That may be how it was overall. I do remember the flashback where he did say to himself if he fixed her before she became an X-Man and changed her ways it would make a foe to powerful or some such thing.
Yo know what, Legacy is worth a reread anyways think I'll do that this weekend
Between that book and Astonishing X Men it's what got me reading comics that were called Hellblazer again.
... have you not read any of the parts with Nimrod the Lesser??This last issue was a complete dud for me. As a rule I hate cutesy pie Deadpool-lite humor but the goofball Sinister clone felt completely atonal so far a series that's traded on gravity and import. Really hope this is just a one off and not a turning point in Hoxpox.
Honestly, vol.1 of New Mutants is only 100 issues, some really good arcs throughout its kind of worth just reading the whole thing. If you really want you can dump off around 87 when Liefeld takes over, most of that is a disjointed mess plus the X-Tinction Agenda crossover that wasn’t very good, but at the same time it’s not that many issues might as well wrap it all up.okay so in addition to re-reading old cleremont shit, im trying to hit up old x-books i never really gave a proper chance...recommend me some runs for:
New Mutants - i know i gotta read the shit by Bill Sienkiewicz cause he's dope
Generation X - i read like the first arc or so, don't even think the Emplate stuff tied up. any highlights?
Exiles - do you drop this book when Winnick leaves or
Mutant X - never gave it a go
help me out y'all
I got these books delivered to me as they first came out. In paper bag sleeves, my first home subscription.
Why does she look like she's just been pasted in? She looks quite cartoonish compared to the others. Putting her next to Wolverine's lovingly-rendered striations is just weird.So this cover basically confirms Rachel is Wolverine's daughter huh? Hear me out, this is just the entire extended Summers/Grey family, so why is Wolverine there? He's Rachel's father obviously. Look at her pose, like her claws are ready to come out. There's a nice symmetry here where Cable and Rachel are "their kids" but only 1 parent is related to each biologically.