Emma is a character you either love or love to hate, but there is no denying Emma has had some of the best darn writing within the last 10 years that has made her one of the most intriguing of the X-Men. She's a flawed, complex character, that can be insecure, caring, vain, callous etc. So you get my point? She's a woman of many dimensions.
In the hands of Morrison, Whedon and currently Gillen, Emma is a cunning, intelligent woman whose wit can crack you like a whip, yet at the same time her flaws and insecurities are present.
The lovely, morally ambiguous Emma Frost can be a brilliantly written character. With "can be" being the operative words.
Often she can be Regina George pre-bus-accident, other times she's just Scott's girlfriend rather than his partner and equal or she could just be the token eye candy.
What I wish to know is whether if there is a writer or perhaps even moments that you don't think she is "Emma Frost" but reduced to something else.