But like Sundowhn said before, it's all just opinions. Why any of us likes a character or story arc is really subjective. I'm more than happy to agree to disagree on this one.
Last edited by M.Hammerman; 11-15-2012 at 07:35 PM.
Looks like AoA Nightcrawler is going to die in a very similar way to 616 Kurt.
Jean Grey, Gwen Stacy, Professor X, Mar-Vell, Richard Rider, Kid Loki- Bring Them Back!!!
I generally don't cross post, but this is just before work, so....
I suppose if they show him gasping his last, he'll be dead -- because comic characters get stabbed, shot, blown up, fall from massive heights, and otherwise get maimed on a regular basis and show up again -- otherwise it's your typical comic invitation into limbo if nothing further is shown. (Last time Darkholme was seen, EVA put a blade through his gut....) At least someone from the team called a spade a spade, just a pity it was only EVA. I guess it leaves it open for him to show up the next time a writer takes an interest, should that ever happen.
I would really have liked to see the Mystique thing touched on more -- that feels like a very loose end, given their conversation.
Yeah I don't think AoA Nightcrawler will die. Probably limbo if anything.
AoA Nightcrawler never did catch on for me.
Two things. 1) Robots need to stop stabbing Nightcrawlers. Robots and Nightcrawlers are two of my favourite things in the whole world--why can't they just get along, even if it's just for my sake? 2) I also don't think AoA Nightcrawler will die. His dialogue in that preview is practically an "I'll be back" promise. Assuming he survives, I still wouldn't completely rule out his joining Mystique. (Did that end up being three things? Apparently, I can't count.)
Though, WATXM is just too gimmicky for me. There's too much humor that I can't really take it seriously.
The writing is good, and I love that lighthearted books can still exist for the X-Men. It's just not for me.
And I love Kitty. And Kurt (if he shows up in WATXM).
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