Even worst, he annulled their marriage without even telling her. That's some cowardedly BS from Black Panther/The man without fear/The deadliest Man alive. I hate that Marvel has now made me lose respect for one of my favorite characters.
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I guess T'Challa's feelings come from that in this conflict that Storm supported the X-Men and actively fought against the Avengers allowing Namor to end up in possession of a fraction of the PF and that even after that, she did nothing to stop them even after they had called on a manhunt for the Avengers. So it seems that he's holding guilt by association since he stated that all X-Men (probably besides Wolverine and Beast at least) are enemies of Wakanda since Namor was one of theirs. On the upside, I'm glad that in this issue that Storm's not only siding with the Avengers but she's also doing the job Scott gave her as a member of his team; stopping him if she sees that he's gone too far.
Holding out for a Peter/Miles team up.
At least in the case of Kyle though, he wasn't a pre-existing character with decades of history. He was created to be Northstar's boyfriend/damsel so he's pretty much a blank slate for background, motivation, connections, etc.
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read this if you want the bullet points). Now that it's over, I hope we can just stop talking about it.
What a little b*tch, taking his suffering and the suffering of his people (rather, their people, as former King and Queen) out on his wife, who was not at fault for Namor's actions (and, pretty sure, not even present at the time). Annulling their marriage and shutting her out instead of, I don't know, trying to talk to his wife and understand her point of view is ridiculous. Making this decision by himself, instead treating her like an equal partner in their marriage, also ridiculous. Meh, why are we talking about this marriage (which I was over it before it even began), when this also happened:
Heard she was also great in adjectiveless X-Men #33 today.
I wouldn't be surprised if she led the X-Men post-AVX. Well, the non-time-traveling ones, anyway.
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^The irony of course being that there's a high probability both are going to be on Avengers teams after this event.
Oh Marvel... you so cray cray.