Now that some X-Men are now Avengers, will the Avengers fight X-M

#1 Edited by robin623 (2 posts) - - Show Bio

Now that some X-Men are now Avengers, will the Avengers fight X-Men villains? It might be interesting to see the Avengers fight Apocalypse, Mr. Sinister, Shadow King, etc. Really if Apocalypse's goals involve world conquest, shouldn't the Avengers have just as much stake in foiling him as the X-Men do?

#2 Posted by Brazen_Intellect (1144 posts) - - Show Bio

Nah, they will just fight each other again over some other underexplained BS

#3 Posted by fesak2 (37 posts) - - Show Bio

Avalance is in Uncanny Avengers #1

#4 Posted by lorex (945 posts) - - Show Bio

The Avengers have been stealing ideas frim the X-Men for years. They have use plot ideas and X-Men to prop up the Avengers when they were not this giant movie frnchise they are today and were a distant second to X-Men team popularity at Marvel. Its only a small step for X-Men villians to start being used in Avenger story lines.

#5 Posted by PassionFlower (957 posts) - - Show Bio

Apocalypse definitely makes sense. Certainly for the UA's.

#6 Edited by Cutter (704 posts) - - Show Bio

As much as I hate to see the AVX...I wouldn't be surprise if they fight against each other...again. I rather them not. The reason is that you wouldn't want to see two different team, who are actually heroes, fighting for over some BS. Let's bring some villains in and make it look like the heroes against the villains. Heroes against heroes really gotta go.

#7 Posted by tigerkaya (1262 posts) - - Show Bio

@lorex: I always knew X-fans had a bloated ego never dreamed it would come true. All the same your ignorance is typical and should be shunned like a plague. Why don't you go back to the X-forums to complain how you have to suffer through Bendis's crap.

#8 Posted by Paracelsus (1499 posts) - - Show Bio

As several Avengers are also mutants(in addition to being former X-Men, Sunfire, Wolverine, Rogue) such as Firestar, Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch, it's surprising that the Avengers don't fight more X-Men villains such as the Sentinels, Magneto the Brood and the Brotherhood Of Evil Mutants!

#9 Posted by tigerkaya (1262 posts) - - Show Bio

As several Avengers are also mutants(in addition to being former X-Men, Sunfire, Wolverine, Rogue) such as Firestar, Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch, it's surprising that the Avengers don't fight more X-Men villains such as the Sentinels, Magneto the Brood and the Brotherhood Of Evil Mutants!

They have fought X-men villains just not regularly. They fought Mystiques Brotherhood, Sentinels, Exodus, Magneto and the Acolytes.

#10 Posted by oldnightcrawler (4246 posts) - - Show Bio

As several Avengers are also mutants(in addition to being former X-Men, Sunfire, Wolverine, Rogue) such as Firestar, Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch, it's surprising that the Avengers don't fight more X-Men villains such as the Sentinels, Magneto the Brood and the Brotherhood Of Evil Mutants!

Sunfire was never really an X-man in 616 continuity, but yeah, good point.

They have fought X-men villains just not regularly. They fought Mystiques Brotherhood, Sentinels, Exodus, Magneto and the Acolytes.

And I think Onslaught and the Apocalypse Twins should count.

#11 Edited by tigerkaya (1262 posts) - - Show Bio

@paracelsus said:

As several Avengers are also mutants(in addition to being former X-Men, Sunfire, Wolverine, Rogue) such as Firestar, Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch, it's surprising that the Avengers don't fight more X-Men villains such as the Sentinels, Magneto the Brood and the Brotherhood Of Evil Mutants!

Sunfire was never really an X-man in 616 continuity, but yeah, good point.

@tigerkaya said:

They have fought X-men villains just not regularly. They fought Mystiques Brotherhood, Sentinels, Exodus, Magneto and the Acolytes.

And I think Onslaught and the Apocalypse Twins should count.

Yes true. But I don't acknowledge bad events and titles that force two teams to put up a fake facade of unity.

#12 Edited by Lightblaze (94 posts) - - Show Bio

I don't like the fact that Marvel's mixing characters just for the hell of it. I think adding X-M to the A team was the most absurd they could have ever done. Now X-M is held up as an object of ridicule. I hope this won't portray on a film because when you realize how ridiculous these scenarios are, you will have to laugh.

#13 Posted by tigerkaya (1262 posts) - - Show Bio

@lightblaze: Agreed it is one of the worst ideas Marvel conceived next to Superior Spider-Man and Heroes Reborn.

#14 Posted by Lightblaze (94 posts) - - Show Bio

@lightblaze: Agreed it is one of the worst ideas Marvel conceived next to Superior Spider-Man and Heroes Reborn.

Absolutely. I was never happy with this.

#15 Edited by PurePower (75 posts) - - Show Bio

I don't know about you ppl but I like the Avengers just like I like the Xmen. Seeing these 2 teams merging in one was actually a good way for fans who like them both IMO. I was happy to see this but not too happy to see Rogue go. Sadly she die. That's so lame, I really hate writers killing characters just to give impression to other characters. I thought that was wack.

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