Adults struggle desperately with fiction, demanding constantly that it conform to the rules of everyday life when the answer is obvious to the smallest child: because it's not real. - Grant Morrison
It was also written by a guy who's 30 times the writer then the ones working on this piece of crap. And he sucks! Millar's writing is imature, uninteligent garbage and he would still come up with something better then this. A monkey would do a better job!And for what it's worth, I think it works better than Civil War. Since this is a potential global threat, I think they're more justified in acting in an extreme manner. In Civil War, there wasn't actually a problem that needed to be fixed. It was really just a lot of politics and public opinion which manufactured the crisis more than anything else.
No, no, no, Cap. You're doing it all wrong. In order to properly settle your dispute with Wolverine, you must first shout "I AM A MAN!" at the top of your lungs and then punch Wolverine. And not in the face but in the gut, since that part of Wolverine's body isn't protected by his adamantum-laced skeleton and thereby avoiding the possibility of breaking every single bone in your hand. It's common debating skills 101 as explained in this guy's vid:
Seriously, though, am I the only one who finds it ironic that the only person who is considering what Hope wants is the guy who she asked to kill her if she ever loses control of herself as a result of the Phoenix? (Well, Emma Frost is, too, but of course she's going right along with her increasingly-obsessive boyfriend). Of course, we all know that Hope is very likely not going to be the new host for the Phoenix anyway, which makes this spat between Cap and Wolverine ultimately even more pointless.
Last edited by stillanerd; 04-26-2012 at 12:41 PM.
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Don't ever take a fence down until you know the reason why it was put up.--G.K. Chesterton
Wow...maybe X-fans are right that Cap didn't really give Cyclops a chance to speak in Issue #1. It's rare to see Cap so reactive and with the shoot first ask questions later mentality.
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Why all the complaints? This proves that Cap has no intention of murdering Hope.
One does have to wonder what Logan's thinking. Past history has proven that killing a host before the Phoenix takes possession is unlikely to be effective; if it brought Jean back from her grave, there's nothing saying it gives up and goes pffft if he kills Hope.
Melissa - 19th December 2012
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