Shadow King escaped when Psylocke incompetently got her powers switched with Jean in events that occurred during the six month gap, and which we never saw and which you need to stop trying to reconstruct.
Chris wanted it to be a power switch, but that's obviously very flawed. Not to mention these are BOTH pretty much theories. It's just mine makes more sense.....
Yours is convoluted and makes zero sense. But since it makes Psylocke out to be Jean's victim, why not!?
Why does no one else get that this is all about drones? EVA is a drone. Psylocke is a drone. Deathlok is a drone. wtf
You mean, she decided not to turn evil!? How heroic!She not only sacrificed her love for Warren but some pretty ultimate power. If she decided to accept Death and Dark Angels role by his side, they could have taken UXF and the world too out. She chose the harder course, which is another victory for her.
And started bedding Fantomex immediately after. I guess all that love sacrificing worked up a hellacious sexual appetite--never mind how she fell in love with Fantomex ten minutes later.
I didn't say you were a troll, I said you were trolling, which isn't an insult. You're not new.First of all, stop calling me a troll. Don't be unbecoming and resort to insults just because someone disagrees with you. It's petty and high school-ish.....
No kidding?I read it, what Captain Britain is has nothing to do with Betsy possessing him and killing Jamie.
Captain Britain? Well, yeah. Of course. Who doesn't?So you just degrade a character randomly, whenever you have the chance....
What?What do you mean huh? Lol
Ok, you basically credited any telepath feat to Jean helping Psylocke reach her true potential. Yet, Jean in the 616 was the first to mess with her telepathy. She turned it off and added it to her own, and unlocked Psylocke's telekinesis after Psi War. She did so, because she couldn't use her TP anyway after imprisoning Shadow King. So in reality it wasn't Jean giving her anything, and credit is due where it's due. All other telepaths have moved up the rank via help from previous telepaths. Your point is moot.....
She was an Omega before AoA Jean did anything. Not to mention as I explained earlier, 616 Jean took that potential to begin with. So no, not inferior in anyway. Jean was giving back what she already took, and the only thing the Phoenix did was fight the Death persona. Jean says this herself right in the comic.
Are you sure?Doesn't mean it was a bad series either. Your opinion isn't the end all be all. The series was effing epic, this is why most disagree with you. Which is fine, people are allowed their opinions....
Stan Lee hasn't written an X-Men comic since 1966. Four years later, they get cancelled and are shelved for five years. The most you can credit him with where the X-Men are concerned is his conceiving Marvel Presents the Doom Patrol. All the stuff that really captured an audience didn't come for a long time after.Stan Lee built the franchise and the Marvel Empire......... Chris may have wrote good stories for the times, but they are meager to the writers we have today. This is also not completely his fault. It was a different time, and comics have come a long way. Yet did you read any of his Forever stuff? Now that's HAHAHAHAHA laughable garbage......
You're going to take into consideration historical context and how it increases or decreases the value of Chris Claremont's body of X-Men work, and you're going to say Rick Remender's Uncanny X-Force run is better than any of it? And then get all fired-up because someone thinks you're trolling?
Again, I didn't.Again stop calling me a troll.
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Time to close this thread.
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