This is a trick question isn't it? This is to see who harbors racial, religious, ethnic, nationality prejudices innit? I say I dislike Rogue the most and I am making fun of "rednecks" eh? I say Jean Grey and now I think gingers have no soul? I say Kitty and now I am anti semitic? Storm and I am racist to black people? Emma and I am making fun of blondes and how they are dumb? Don't even get me started on Psylocke... I see your game... I chose Professor X as the one female X-Man I hate the most! Yeah bet you didn't think a bald guy in a wheelchair could be a woman huh? How very shallow of you!
LOL. Not only did the op leave out Prof. X, but also Cyclops. Time, don't you know Cyke is the fiercest Claremazon ever.
@josedriveratcr7: I believe the poster responded because this is supposed to be a discussion forum.
Excuse me, what?
You suggested that the poster somehow gave in by participating in a discussion on a discussion forum. Not sure I understand your confusion with such a seemingly easy answer in the context of this discussion.
When I wrote "Shame you gave in" I was referring to RT deciding to read the WW-SM book.
@josedriveratcr7: FYI, i was talking about the X-Men and the greater half of Mutantkind that he hasn't gone and perved on to drink his kool-aid--they don't like him. I'm well aware that the guy's got a substantial amount of fans, with good reason. But the current incarnation is a joke.
When Scott found out that Xavier had wiped his memory of his brother, Vulcan, from his mind and lost the hidden team of X-men, Scott had words with Xavier and told Xavier to leave. Xavier left his home and the school which Xavier owned. And Scott took over.
How did Xavier get kicked off his own property?
Did that make sense to anyone?
It's comics, dude. Sadly, most writers don't think about stuff like this.