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    Quote Originally Posted by Gemmy View Post


    ....is it strange that I find the top picture delightfully sexy (lol)

    And pretty sure that gambit # 10 's romy scene is set in the future 616 universe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gemmy View Post


    The top pic is from the space story that took place in UXM#342-347.The specific issue where that picture is from is UXM#344,dated May 1997.The second scene is from the 1998 "Hunt for Xavier" storyline.The specfic issue is X-Men#82,dated Dec 1998.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeb View Post
    The top pic is from the space story that took place in UXM#342-347.The specific issue where that picture is from is UXM#344,dated May 1997.The second scene is from the 1998 "Hunt for Xavier" storyline.The specfic issue is X-Men#82,dated Dec 1998.
    Thanks Mike. I didn't remember the second one. There are so many great scenes that some of them run together. Anyone remember when Xavier forced them to think the ones they loved had died to try to find a "traitor" that turned out to be the fake Wolverine while Wolverine was Death?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moonshine View Post
    Thanks Mike. I didn't remember the second one. There are so many great scenes that some of them run together. Anyone remember when Xavier forced them to think the ones they loved had died to try to find a "traitor" that turned out to be the fake Wolverine while Wolverine was Death?
    Uncanny X-men 375

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    does anyone know which issue or series(adjectiveless x-men,uncanny,etc.) was it when rogue did a simulation of some sort with her being married to gambit and having a kid named charles??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moonhuntress View Post
    does anyone know which issue or series(adjectiveless x-men,uncanny,etc.) was it when rogue did a simulation of some sort with her being married to gambit and having a kid named charles??
    Rogue and Gambit were married in "X-Men:The End" and had 2 kids.Rogue and Magneto were married in The Age of Apocalypse and had a son name Charles.Both were alternative realities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moonhuntress View Post
    does anyone know which issue or series(adjectiveless x-men,uncanny,etc.) was it when rogue did a simulation of some sort with her being married to gambit and having a kid named charles??
    It was The Ultimate X-Men Anthology. Here's the pic of Charles LeBeau with his parents, Gambit & Rogue:-



    Remains to be seen if 'X Men :The End' ends up being canon in the end.

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    ROMY has a heart that few comic book relationships have.. even the ones that Marvel pushes the most. Perhaps, Cyclops and Jean had as good of a story, but we know how that ended up.
    Marvel has really screwed up their personal relationships between their characters, now it is either relationships that are fu*ked (rogneto) or uninteresting with true chemistry (Fantomex/ Betsy) (Nothstar/Kyle).

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    Quote Originally Posted by damage_inc View Post
    Marvel has really screwed up their personal relationships between their characters.

    Quoted for truth.

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    The kisses and hugs are cute but what I always liked about Gambit and Rogue is how much fun they were or cared about how the other felt. Remember the scene with Rogue driving wild (I bet her can't look weak boyfriend never lets her drive) and Gambit joking with her about all the chicken wings she just woofed down (Remy likes his women with a healthy love of food, there are tons of instances with him cooking or taking her out to eat) and she nearly runs over Bishiop. Their first real date and not caring about the touching. Now that's how you develop a relationship thats not just two characters hopping into bed which seems the only way Marvel thinks reationships happen these days. Storm and BP, first sex crush. sex on a plane etc. Emma and Scott started off by having an affair and darn Emma's in lurve. Psylocke and Fantomex - sex. Rogue and whats his name have never had a date but hey they've had sex. Wow, its so (scarcasim) emotionally deep, how can you not just get misty eyed over those "couples" (/scarcasim).

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    Romance is quite important to the x-men franchise, it is unique in itself if you think about it, but just like anything else if it's done poorly it ends up being detrimental to characters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by f4faith View Post
    The kisses and hugs are cute but what I always liked about Gambit and Rogue is how much fun they were or cared about how the other felt. Remember the scene with Rogue driving wild (I bet her can't look weak boyfriend never lets her drive) and Gambit joking with her about all the chicken wings she just woofed down (Remy likes his women with a healthy love of food, there are tons of instances with him cooking or taking her out to eat) and she nearly runs over Bishiop. Their first real date and not caring about the touching. Now that's how you develop a relationship thats not just two characters hopping into bed which seems the only way Marvel thinks reationships happen these days. Storm and BP, first sex crush. sex on a plane etc. Emma and Scott started off by having an affair and darn Emma's in lurve. Psylocke and Fantomex - sex. Rogue and whats his name have never had a date but hey they've had sex. Wow, its so (scarcasim) emotionally deep, how can you not just get misty eyed over those "couples" (/scarcasim).
    I actually don't remember that (I remember a similar scene in XTAS though). If anybody has that scan and wants to share, please do. Thanks. Thanks for that info, f4faith.

    Quote Originally Posted by damage_inc View Post
    Romance is quite important to the x-men franchise, it is unique in itself if you think about it, but just like anything else if it's done poorly it ends up being detrimental to characters.
    Marvel used to do well in the romance dept. but the current TPTB don't seem to regard romance/love, just sex. Which, makes regard for any of the characters or fans, wanting also.

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    The car scene is in X:Men annual: Shattershot. The fried chicken joke was in XTAS because Rogue fell on top of him. But can't recall if that was taken from the comics originally.

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