Look, that kind of rhetoric suited the Civil War debates, but they are out modded these days in the Heroic Age. It may be difficult for you to understand, but a super hero community that has to abide by government legislation looks like what we are getting here. Your idealistic free-wheeling super heroes went out in 2006. Nobody is advocating super heroes be used as guns for the government, but if it did start to sound that way, I would be against it, and I think Cap would be embarrassed to be seen in that light, if confronted by that image.
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But, as I pointed out, since you're not the one writing the story, you don't get to make that determination. And I don't have to take that claim seriously. If you want to bring stuff from the actual comic (And not a comic written by another writer 20 years ago) then you'll have some credibility.
Wow. For someone who keeps telling people to read the comic you sure seem to skip over a lot and give it a warped interpretation.The X-men seem to think that what the Avengers are saying is BS.,
The X-Men are doubtful of Cyclops plan, and he's more of the mindset that something positive to come from the Phoenix's coming. It's not that they think that the Avengers are working on "lies."
That's just you.
Making stuff up.
So far to me this reads as if one day the marvel writers said one day "let's have the X-men and the Avengers fight" and everyone shouted "Hell Yea!" and only after they plotted out the fights did someone bother to ask "Why are they fighting?" and a reason had to be thrown into the plot at random.
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You're skipping the part about it wiping out planet after planet on it's way. Gee, why would anyone be worried about that.
So far the Avengers, via Secret Avengers, are the only ones that have tried to do anything. Scott's crew has literally not even attempted to investigate. Planets are getting wiped out and Scott is smirking.
If they X-Men are such experts, who have known about hope/phoenix for quite awhile, why have they done absolutely nothing to investigate. It's not like they can't go to space.
The blood of every planet they let die is on Scott's hands according to Mike Kerr's asinine "logic".
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