Are they the ones who wrote Psylocke in the Psi-War ? Cause if they did that's hot.
top reason: ORIGINALS REUNITED!!!
They made me like Gambit more than most writers have. Plus, Seagle's story about the "cure" for mutancy was more interesting to me in one issue than 6 issues of "Gifted." Great Rogue story.
On the other hand, they turned Mimic into an idiot in the Search for Xavier. Seriously? You can't remember you have wings that enable you to fly? :rolleyes:
Still, mostly very good. Especially the cute Marrow/Sam flirtation. Wouldn't have lasted in the long run (he's Rahne's), but definitely fun in that obsessive stalker kind of way.
I liked how the toad was all "hoppity hop, the bouncing toad goes over the top. bop bop!"
Pull list: Defenders, All New X-Men, Uncanny X-Men, Uncanny X-Force, Astonishing X-Men, X-Men, Cable & X-Force, Wolverine & The X-men, X-Factor, Avengers, New Avengers, Uncanny Avengers, Dark Avengers
I loved the technology-less mansion! I don't know if its just me, but I love seeing the X-Men take time to eat breakfast together and have witty banter or go to the beach or something. And if someone's hurt or injured (ie Cyclops and the bomb in his stomach! lol), they had to rely on each other and even their own powers to get supplies, operate, and recuperate (and Iceman had AC duties!!!) and not be magically saved by the futuristic Shi'ar technology, expensive equipment, and bundles of Ben Franklins to solve all their problems. It helped make the team seem more on the edge and down and out without having to kill a D-Lister to prove it.
Italicize that tension baby, because it was definitely hot!
I really liked that Cecilia issue too. It was really different in tone; it was almost like watching a tv docu-drama or something, and then you see Pyro and Daredevil in the window! I love how real the issue made of mutants rights and how hard it must be to receive treatment, especially under Pyro's circumstances where his powers were out of control from the Legacy Virus.
I think I like Kelly's run more now than when I first read it. I seriously can't get tired of it. But I don't want to sing its praises too much and get anyone thinking it was overrated because I really don't think its gotten enough exposure yet to be labeled as such.
I liked how a lot of old-time friends had conflict during this time of bonding as well. The cast was pretty small, but there definitely seemed like there were factions within the group. I love how the team was adventurous yet seemed to be so driven by character interactions.
Last edited by Faded; 06-05-2007 at 07:53 PM.
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