Still, it couldn't have been as insane as "All-New X-Men" #2, which had the original five X-Men time traveling to the modern day to marvel (sort of) at our flat, shiny televisions and boggle at the events of the many years in between. Wow. Just ... this was an idea? Even with Hank McCoy's health issues, even with the fact that Scott Summers and Wanda Maximoff have, in essence, become the mutant threat that humanity always feared ... it's mind boggling to run these ideas as a set of talking heads, only more insane with the idea that young, unskilled Scott is on his way to try to talk down "murder? Sure, some murder is okay" fugitive Scott. Let's say it as the interwebs would: "Mutants. Wut R U Doin? Mutants. Stahp."