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#1 Posted by Michiel76 (183 posts) - - Show Bio

Hmmmm i don't know, i'm sure to check it out, but i really don't like Fantomex, but i seem to be the only one. 
I understand why Deadpool is on the team sales wise, but story wise???
Wolverine has been backstabbed by Deadpool before, and i think he's going to do it again as soon as someone offers him more money.
Is he getting paid anyway and by whom?
Then again he always wanted to be part of the X-family, even claiming he is a mutant even though he isn't., and thats also strange being a non-mutant on a mutant team.
hmmm could be interesting though, i'm curious where this book wil go.

#2 Posted by Michiel76 (183 posts) - - Show Bio

I would look at my wife and say: "damn woman you must be the luckiest girl alive, now get me a beer........................please???"

G-MAN Behind you, a three-headed monkey!!!!

#3 Posted by Michiel76 (183 posts) - - Show Bio

Well we all know the real reason, in the real world publishers use sidekicks to appeal to the younger crowd to buy comics and hence more cashflow. So if we the readers decide it's not oke to do this and stop buying the comics i think sidekicks would disappear very quickly. 
But then again i like sidekicks there was a time that a sidekick could die and stay dead while the main hero would never really die. Ah good old times. 
Hmm basically i'm saying i like seeing kids get the snot beat out of  'em
yeah i have "issues"

#4 Posted by Michiel76 (183 posts) - - Show Bio

G-Man you should do the muppets, you sound like Fozzie and Miss Piggy sometimes, LOL

#5 Posted by Michiel76 (183 posts) - - Show Bio

Great stuff G-man, but i'm not really enjoying hawkeye and mockingbird, they seem too uninteresting for me, i like them as part of the avengers but not in their own book.
Why is it that when a character returns into their own series or from the dead, suddenly the nemesis of this character seems to return from limbo too?

#6 Posted by Michiel76 (183 posts) - - Show Bio

So do you guys like him better as a villain or when he's sort of a hero?
i'm on the fence a bit since he is such a classic villain, but i really liked him on the x-men team during mutant massacre (same goes for a depowered mohawk storm btw)
Could be thats just because that era in x-men history is still my favorite, with the mutant massacre, x-men being based in australia and the inferno storyline. 
Claremont was at his greatest back then if you ask me. 
Still I like Magneto better as a character then Prof X, whom i found pretty much uninteresting in my 20+ years of reading comics.
(damn i'm getting old hahaha)