I was thinking that, or Ghostbusters 2, since there was a baby in that (even if that's not the baby's name in the movie.) I totally see her being a Ghostbusters nerd.That's fantastic! And lol at the name... wonder if she named the kid and, if so, if she's a Lord of the Rings fan? ;D
Oh no problem, I did graphic design professionally for 4 years, mostly focusing on album design so it was fun to flex those muscles again.fairbourne! That has got to be the most awesome thing in the history of awesome things ever! ... or close. :P Thanks so much for sharing! ^^
Oh man, she'll smell a dirty diaper a mile away. And probably try to pass him off to Storm. "It pooped. Take it. TAKE IT!" At least that's the funny visual I keep getting. I reread Gen X constantly because it's my favorite series, so I remember tiny details like that. The Totoro doll is just the sweetest part of that pic.Haha, agreed. XD Especially with her vampiric-level sense of smell! Oh dear! ;D Wow, it's amazing that you remember that and agreed, the Totoro doll is a great fit for a gift from the character. ^.^
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Vigo the Carpathian?! Better keep him away from art exhibits and tv shows guest starring Peter MacNicol.I was thinking that, or Ghostbusters 2, since there was a baby in that (even if that's not the baby's name in the movie.) I totally see her being a Ghostbusters nerd.
Could also go the Wolverine meme way. "I've been changing him for the past month, bub... Now it's your turn."Oh man, she'll smell a dirty diaper a mile away. And probably try to pass him off to Storm. "It pooped. Take it. TAKE IT!" At least that's the funny visual I keep getting. I reread Gen X constantly because it's my favorite series, so I remember tiny details like that. The Totoro doll is just the sweetest part of that pic.
Anyway, here's more art of the x-men v4 team, this time by Ryan Kelly. Not sure if this is fan-art or an actual cover... Ryan Kelly works with Wood on Star Wars, and issue 4 has an alt cover with artist "to be announced", so we'll see in August.
That Hastings variant is all kinds of fab. Wednesday seems so far away. lol
I should try and read Generation X, in the meantime. :)
If you've never seen Ghostbusters 2 that reference may sail on past ya.
Got X-Men No 1 Vol 4. It's great in many ways! I love the dialogues and art and the coloring is fantastic, but I do have a few issues. Jubilee has now vampiric powers right? That makes her fairly powerful in her own way, she got enhanced senses, strength and speed among other things.
Why was she so scared of being followed? Dis she somehow know he's a powerful being who she can't defeat? She claims she doesn't even know who he/she is. I do think she would try to find who's after her and be active instead of reactive about it. Maybe we'll get more enlightenment about this later on, but I don't think so.
Rogue says "protect Jubilee". I'd much rather have her saying "Jubilee, protect the baby." As we know, Jubes can stand her ground, she's fully trained and able. I do understand that making sure the baby is safe is a priority, so keeping Jubes safe is keeping him safe as well. Still...
Now, Wood says Rogue will be the power house. I really expected Jubilee to play a similar part since she is now a melee agent instead of a ranged damage dealer... so I'm not sure what her role is supposed to be her power-wise.
PS: I really wish wood (sorry, I mean Coipel) would draw the Epicanthic fold in Jubilee's eyes: the corner of her tear duct should finish with both eye folds meeting in a peak.
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You're right, I was distracted and confused the names.
So I think she's proactively moving to save the baby, not being reactive at all. Reactive would be more like waiting around for the guy to catch up with her, then deal with the situation -- while trying to keep the baby safe at the same time. Not good.
Re: Rogue's dialogue -- Jubilee is, in fact, fully trained and able. That's exactly why Rogue sees her priority -- and the others' priority -- as protecting Jubilee: so that she can protect the baby.