Last edited by jyeager11; 04-10-2012 at 06:12 AM.
In Civil War, people observed that he shouldn't have had that meeting with Tony and his squad where he electrocuted him. It was needlessly confrontational, as it accomplished nothing in the overall conflict but more destruction.
And it could be argued that his recent actions in his own comic are mistakes. In the first arc, he had kept hidden that a corrupted agent from his past was out there somewhere--sure, possibly trapped in another dimension, but that's not really a safe place to leave someone--and then trying to fight through his serum issues. I believe Tony called him out on that last one.
And now in AvX he's wrong in how he's handling this situation. He makes it clear that it's not a request to take Hope, but a demand. He hadn't consulted with Cyclops beforehand, not Hope, not anyone on Utopia. Conflict was the most likely outcome at that point.
In Texas, you don't come onto a man's property and make demands. Them are fighting words.
(Well, you don't do that in New York, either.)
I know Kevin Nichols through a guy that knows a gal. Small world!
If nihilism didn't take some delight in destruction one might suspect nihilists were an unnaturally morbid sort.
But today-colouring in comics is absolutely ruining all the top-artists, from Walt Simonson to Neal Adams..
" Things are going to slide in all directions "
Leonard Cohen - The Future