Magma, of course
Is using alternate realities really good for references? Because in X-Men the end Storm is paralyzed because of her powers...
Well the real X-Men actually lived through the different realities shown in Ages of Apocalypse. They were kinda like alternate presents like in Age of X, even though some of the realities in Ages of Apocalypse took place in the past or future.
When Apocalypse gained the power of the Twelve, the X-Men got temporarily caught up in a wave of reality warping energy or something.
-Professor of Jean Grey Hermeneutics and Phoenix Studies
Where is jarrod? I guess I'll post "Meggan <3 <3 <3."
'I just have an uncanny knack for remembering things in chronological order.' - ProfeZZor X
Iceman is potential, and Storm is actuality.
He's not terribly strong yet, but he's going to get better someday (supposedly). She's phenomenally powerful, but that's more or less as good as she's going to get.
I guess it depends on how far I'm willing to be strung along by the "potential" line. In the 90s, I was totally sold on Iceman, but then he NEVER WENT ANYWHERE for ten years, and my admiration and hope turned to annoyance.
By contrast, Storm is my favorite character in Marvel comics. Unfortunately, her arc for character growth is a little limited, given everything she's already been through.
So in the long run, I prefer Storm until Iceman starts coming back into his own as a character. However, liking one doesn't mean I hate the other.
Storm wins, mostly because her power branch out into more then just one element.
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I agree that Magma is better than both the con artist and the closet case.