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Last edited by ExodusCloak; 11-26-2012 at 04:02 PM.
We see some of this aspect in XML prior to Schism with brief scenes from Rogue and Rachel.
Exodus was about to kill scott remember since he saw it logan's way right or am I wrong?
Scott is building a school underground for a mutant revolution... as I stated in another thread it's still survival training, it's just taken on a different form/shape. Wether endangered or not Scott is pushing the "survival" aspect and Mutants are in the worse postion than ever before in wake of the fall out of AvX. NA#30 is proof with the purifiers and brief civilian comments we see in UA also adds to this.
Edit: This isn't about whether they taught on Utopia or not, since I don't know why your bringing it up or trying to make it into such things.
They taught Prior to schism during Nation X and possibly the last class we saw that involved "Teaching" was in Gen. Hope we saw the results of that, ever since then it's been "Training" and Scott is still going to continue that run more or less which makes sense in his preparation for "Mutant Revolution"
Not pacifism, not integration
Last edited by Hariel0079; 11-26-2012 at 04:08 PM.
Exodus read Rogues mind, and saw that Cyclops used the kids (And more importantly the Messiah) as a last resort in Schism. He didn't see that Wolverine was going to blow an island up with them on it. In any event, the point Exodus made was that they were stronger together then apart. He didn't like Cyclops putting the Messiah in danger (Which if you think about it was really because he couldn't control Hope).
We don't know that though. The only reason it would make sense for Emma to want to be there is if he gave her it as a present. To teach.
It's not about being an endangered species anymore, the game has changed.
The reason why I'm pushing the teaching angle is because you stated in your post on the previous page that Cyclops was against it. And it's pretty clear that he wasn't. The issue for him was being split and that the kids should have a choice to become X-Men if they wanted to (given the circumstances). He had chances to use them as a last resort afterwards, he didn't. The only missions the kids went on were controlled situation with Dazzler. And that was taking out street thugs.
Cyclops had no control. Rogue wasn't there so she wouldn't know. She only saw the kids beating the Sentinel at the end though cause they arrived at the end. It's funny how none of the X-Men talked about Wolverine rigging the island with explosives though.
Again, from Emma's POV it wouldn't make sense. Because as of right now she's done with Cyclops. And as of right now she wants to teach. If anything this will be a gift from him to her and that's why she'll stick around with the UXM team. Makes a lot of sense seeing how they free her from the truck this issue. BTW The School was hidden up to Morrisons X-Men and had less crazies knocking on their doors.
Last edited by ExodusCloak; 11-26-2012 at 04:28 PM.
That's an Assumption as we don't know who's in the truck, and also If scott is doing this for Emma... as he stated he's trying to atone. I had already asked Bendis on Emma if she'll be bouncing around in his X-books on his twitter all he said that, we'll be seeing plenty of Emma front and center
Last edited by Hariel0079; 11-26-2012 at 05:08 PM.
Scott's argument against Logan in Schism wasn't about teaching, they disagreed on using the kids in battle, Scott said yes as the situation requires, we don't have the man power to keep them safe so they have to be able to do that themselves. Logan's was kids (never mind the youngest of the x-kids was 14, kids use to join the navy younger then that in the years Logan was born....) should never be expected or allowed to fight until their adults, you should protect their innocence for as long as you can (never mind the fact all of the x-kids probably have more combat experience then 80% of the worlds actual armed soldiers and have literally been to hell and back).
As such, one side (Scott's) made survival and combat training a priority while the other (Logan's) made academia a priority. Didn't change the fact both sides did both things, it was simply a matter of which one was given priority. He disagreed with Logan's timing for the school, not the concept of it, to quote the man himself "I made your school relevant". They had to reach the light at the end of the tunnel before teaching should be a priority over fighting, and now that they've reached it, why would Scott have ever been against the idea? His whole philosophy revolved around surviving till they reached this point, it makes perfect sense that he would want to on some level go back to how things were before HoM, you know, back when he was actually a head master that did his job unlike another one I can think of.
Last edited by imperial90; 11-26-2012 at 05:20 PM.
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Some Age of Ultron stuff.
A website mentions a synopsis including Emma Frost, but CBR's interview and Marvel's live blog do not mention Emma at all.
There will be only six characters in the MU who know who they are, whereas nine characters are part of the resistance team.
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That's pretty cool that she'd be mentioned though. I've been looking forward to Age of Ultron for a very long time... and while I don't know if Hitch will be doing a lot of the "Resistance" work (in the same way that crucial parts of Final Crisis were put into tie-ins) but I'd love to see Bryan Hitch draw Emma Frost in a series. He's one of my favorite artists, and he's as responsible as anyone for getting me into comics.
I haven't read past the first few issues of Grant Morrison's Superman. Never been a big Superman fan. I have been reading all of the main Batman stuff. I think it's really, really good. Wasn't a big fan of the Catowman or Batgirl Death of the Family tie-in.