It would be great to see her reaction after she will find out that she is the worst creature ever lived on earth. But I guess it is too close to Genesis story and they will not go this root. Maybe both should hook up and start a club. lol Teenage Jean Grey a.k.a. little Dark Phoenix can also join.
p.s. how sad it is to remember how great, complex and deep Morrison's X-Men have been and that nobody of the X-Men writer is as good as him at the moment........
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Yes,Cassandra murdered millions, but she didnt start a riot at school. So no life sentence for her.
I've actually liked most of Bendis comics. I even liked House of M up until the end. Morrision and Bendis both wrote genocides but Morrison's actually had a real world context. There was no real world context to Decimation's act of god moment, curing people of being "different" was to me bordering on offensive and could only relate to praying the gay away. It was totally contrary to the concept of the X-Men. Just like with One More Day, the problem with Decimation wasn't the goal it was the execution. There were far better way to diminish the mutant population than having Wanda act out of character and say "no more mutants" and by far better I mean Morrison's approach. I'm not saying that to slate Bendis. I actually thought Uncanny X-Men #1 was fantastic, All new so so.
please don't edit or use pieces of my micros
There are four stages of matter. Solid. Liquid. Gas & Don't. It's science.
I am a male. Deal with it.
Spider-Man's marriage and too many mutants were two of the three "genies", IIRC, that Quesada publicly stated that he wanted to put back in their bottles (i.e. undo) during his reign as EiC. I don't blame Bendis for that resolution of House of M. The push to displace X-Men with Avengers as Marvel's flagship franchise is also more Quesada's publishing decision with Bendis as the hired gun. But, that's probably part of the problem with his Avengers for me: it seemed to be just a job that he shoe-horned to his writing style/sensibilities. The banter and street-level stuff is beautiful to see in Ultimate Spider-Man or Powers or Alias but graceless for me in his Avengers work. It "feels" more appropriate for the X-Men with their family of outsiders and long history of soap operatics. Just hope he spends more time making sure that not everyone falls into the same Bendis speaking cadence and changing concepts/backstories so glaringly like Noh-Varr or the Beyonder.
Holy crap I waited so long for this and I have no idea what to say
And, yeah, Wanda has gone bad/crazy almost as often as her sister, Polaris: In Transia when possessed by Chthon; her possession by That Which Endures; her freakout due to Immortus' machinations and the dismantling of the Vision, her time as a Bride of Set. Sure, it was all due to the work of others but it seems that all of his children have not only inherited mutant powers from Magneto but mental instability.