Because she told them to stay behind?
more because they didn't, and because she refused to see their side of it. Like I said, I don't think they were right, I just think that, as her long-time trusted teammates, she would at least hear them out.
She became another Scott in the previous run, yes. But here she maintains integrity and respect at all fronts. Who are Rachel, Kitty and Colossus that she should worry so about her own fidelity to mutantkind and vice versa ?
the X-men? her family? they're at least a few things that should matter to her in this. And, as I've said, they're at least a big part of why she's recognized as the leader at all; shouldn't that be worth something?
Le nobodies. People change, things change.
exactly, so why is it you think Storm's authority is somehow absolute and beyond question? it's absurd.
So do you think Cyclops is a self appointed leader of hypocrites?
From a certain perspective, yeah, I guess I do. Maybe not so much in the past, but certainly at least somewhat now.
Well, things have changed and leadership is not something to be taken for granted now. Once it was Cyclops who appointed the leaders. Now, it is a subject to be discussed, that's my guess. Storm have taken the leadership by her nature, without actually asking. It's still unclear what is going on between the girls, but at least this way of questioning is much more interesting than military-like hierarchy (that isn't even defined!) and subordination Storm demands.
pretty much, yeah.