View Poll Results: Would Oya Pull the Trigger?

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  • She'll decide it's a monster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by .AČ View Post
    X-23 is the doll. They have the same vapid stare.
    X-23 is geneticly Wolverine. Wolverine gives Idie an X-23 doll to prepare her for mixed race motherhood. WHAT IS BEING IMPLIED HERE!!!! OMG!

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    Idie would definitely embrace the broodling because she is "just as much of a monster as the brood inside her is." Then she'd bitch out Kitty for not making the same decision.

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    Goddamn, those panels remind me how much I loved Paul Smith's X-Men. To me that was the pinnacle, not Claremont/Byrne. I'd buy a pin-up book featuring nothing but superhero abortions if he drew it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by darknessatnoon View Post
    Wolverine and Kitty have already been training her to want a mixed-race child.

    h, look! Logan's giving a colored girl a white doll. I'll put dollars to donuts that Idie's his next side kick
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZNOP View Post


    h, look! Logan's giving a colored girl a white doll. I'll put dollars to donuts that Idie's his next side kick
    Prodigy55 already pointed that out before except he was authentically funny about it

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    Quote Originally Posted by finfangfool View Post
    Goddamn, those panels remind me how much I loved Paul Smith's X-Men. To me that was the pinnacle, not Claremont/Byrne. I'd buy a pin-up book featuring nothing but superhero abortions if he drew it.
    He drew an issue of XMen Forever, which was a superhero abortion.

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    To the back-issue bins I go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by darknessatnoon View Post
    Wolverine and Kitty have already been training her to want a mixed-race child.

    Hey, I remember those, that's not a Barbie, that's a Blythe.

    I'm sure they have dolls in Africa made out of BONES or something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rotm View Post
    X-23 is geneticly Wolverine. Wolverine gives Idie an X-23 doll to prepare her for mixed race motherhood. WHAT IS BEING IMPLIED HERE!!!! OMG!
    I'm disturbed and intrigued...
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    Quote Originally Posted by darknessatnoon View Post
    Prodigy55 already pointed that out before except he was authentically funny about it
    More power to Prodigy55! I wasn't trying to be funny... I was pushing the "matter of fact", angle.
    Last edited by ZNOP; 11-06-2012 at 09:18 PM.
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    It's okay that you don't have the entire board memorized, ZNOP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dark Phoenix View Post
    Storm was not pregnant and did not terminate a pregnancy. She had a viscious killer life form put into her and killed herself to get rid of it as well. This whole thread is warped to even attempt to comapre the two events. I have not read the latest WatX yet but is Broo even conscious at this point?
    Read UXM#162,when Wolverine rid himself of the Brood egg: The egg was Alien,A PARASITE,--so my body automatically reacted to it as a DISEASE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MartinRedmond View Post
    It's okay that you don't have the entire board memorized, ZNOP.
    Thanks
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    Hmm
    I guess I was once pregnant with this rather nasty sinus infection.
    Fortunately, I was able to abort the pregnancy with a couple doses of tetracycline.
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    Quote Originally Posted by darknessatnoon View Post
    I just ran across this image,



    and it occurred to me that Broo is like a mad-dog now, and he might assault Idie and implant her with an embryo. Given that she's the anti-Storm, I see that this might be a problem.

    I find the above scan to be quite disturbing.

    Do Catholics truly believe that an unchristened child goes to hell?

    Children who have not reached an age of understanding are in no danger of going to hell.

    Jesus himself said in Mark 10:13, "Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these. I tell you the truth, anyone who will not receive the kingdom of God like a little child will never enter it."

    It says nothing about being baptised, christened, or anything of the sort for a child to enter the kingdom of God.

    Before a child has a sense of what's right and wrong I believe they are pre-saved.

    Once one acquires a sense of right and wrong then they must make the choice to accept or reject Jesus in order to be saved.

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