Holding out for a Peter/Miles team up.
I think Noto did well on the book. Admittedly I don't think his paneling is always the best but he'd a top notch artist who very much added a nice feel to the book.
X-23 should only get a new series if she changes her name to HoneyBadger and starts illicit affairs with random redheads.
"Generation X was the one, pristine, x-team..."- darknessatnoon
My X-Men Sketch Book
While I generally like Takeda's art, her manga-stylings can be a little too generic and she's better on one & done issues to nicely break up the pace, rather than as a continued contributor.
Women are beautiful. But we're not here for your goddamn titillation.- junesdisco
She's a completely flat character they've given plenty of chances to. A 20+ issue solo run is far more than most get.
She's not a flat character. She's a deeply conflicted character who evidences a great deal of shame given her past actions (prostitution, murder, etc) and is struggling to identify her role in the world. She's a well trained killing machine but she also desperately wants to find her humanity and prove that she does indeed have the capacity to be a warm loving human being. This is basically the same shtick wolverine had to go through in the 80s and 90s that made him such a compelling character (and, as far as character drama goes, "am I killing a machine or more than that?" is as rich of a question to explore as there is in comics. And, no, Wolverine was not the first). That you accuse her of being a one-dimensional character is absurd. Over the last 5 years, who in the X-men do you feel is written as more complex?
VIVA KUSASAN!!! Morrison On Magneto: I made him into a stupid old drug-addicted idiot. CC had done a lot of good work over the years to redeem the character. And I went in and sh*t on all of it.
She covers very familiar ground and nothing new or creative is done with it. Since being brought into the comics, every writer has had her undergo the exact same "development" and after more than half a decade, it's gotten even more old and tired than it was when they first introduced her.
She's a third-rate copy of both Wolverine and Cassandra Cain. She's this generation's Marrow.
she's a flat character. she was designed for snuff comics... and then marvel stopped publishing snuff comics