240 years from now when I decide I'm tired of taking pot shots at blue dullards and working in the unobtainium mines I will decide not to replace my cyborg chassis letting it wear out and end my unnaturally pro-longed life. By this time genesis will still be in school and progress on the matter will only be shown in the form of alternative universes.
Bobby will still not have lived up to his potential.
This way he gets to show that all that poccy stuff is his future but right here and right now he's just a kid dealing with his powers and learning to live life. Until Remender gives us more clues about his fate (if he decides that Evan has a beginning, middle and end to his character arc) then let him just grow naturally. the more integrated he becomes into life at JGSHL then the greater the impact on those relationships should anything happen.
current top5 - The Unwritten, X-factor, The Walking Dead, WATXM, Amazing Spiderman
"You see a mousetrap. I see free cheese and a F***ing challenge" Introdiction - Scroobius Pip
I think he'll get Hope pregnant and the real messiah/devil is their baby from the future.
I've been reading Genesis's story since the resurrected Apocalypse first came up in "The Apocalypse Solution" in Uncanny X-Force, and it occurs to me that one could read this story as something of a cautionary tale against bullying.
Many of the students (and even some of the faculty) look at Evan with a look of fear in their eyes. He can tell that there’s something people aren’t telling him, and it’s starting to get under his skin. Hell, Quentin Quire even came out and called him “Kid Apocalypse” to his face. Evan has no concept of, and no connection to Apocalypse that he’s aware of, as he was raised in a virtual reality basically mimicking Superman’s origins. However, all one needs to do is look at his face to see where he comes from, and people make that connection without even blinking.
I see this story as a cautionary tale against bullying because Evan Sabahnur has been given a real chance at forging his own destiny, making his own choices as to who he’ll become. Unfortunately, people’s prejudices and preconceived notions about him could essentially be the death of “Genesis”, and the birth of “Apocalypse”, because for all the potential Evan has, he’s got more than enough raw power to go either way, and it’s entirely dependent on how people treat him. Nature vs. Nurture at it’s most literal, if you will.
I know it's unlikely, but I really want to see Genesis rebel against his past. He's got the potential to become a real hero, and I think he deserves the chance to make up for the mistakes of his predecessors.
I think it would be nice if Genesis didn't revert back to Apocalypse. We've had enough stories with Apocalypse. If he just goes back to being the big bad mutant tyrant we've known for years, that really doesn't give much purpose behind Genesis's character. Now if he goes bad, I'm okay with that so long as he has a different set of reasons and mentality for doing so. I just don't want him to end up too much like his predecessor.
Join me on the official website for X-men Supreme, home of Marvel Universe 1015. Want a fresh take on X-men? Click below to enter the official home of Marvel at it's most Supreme!
Anyway, you have a valid point, but in any case, Evan's got Angel to protect him
Personally, I prefer Super Nintendo.