It was a tough decision between Emma, Kurt and Pete, but I went ahead and chose the resident brick of the X-men. In a time where anti-heroes have become popular he's stuck to his same belief that the bigger picture is a great deal more important than any want or desire he might have. I think I've always dug the introspective aspect of the character as well. The moral compass of the character really can't be swayed by anyone. Which is a shame as that personal belief of sacrificing himself for the ones he loves has cost him everyone he's loved.
Who wouldn't want Pete in their corner? He'll (literally) go to hell and back for you.
@ageofhurricane: Yeah, I thought the preview was a little underwhelming this week. I don't know if it's the whole Juggolossus and P5 mind control happening so soon, but the idea of Bishop being controlled is doing nothing for me. The worst thing they could have done was call the book Uncanny X-force. It's so...underwhelming compared to the previous two teams.
I'm going to say 'No', but that doesn't mean it's going to be a bad product. Wasn't it supposed to come out two or three months ago? You can lose a lot of buzz in that time period. If I didn't frequent this website I wouldn't know it's release date.
@ageofhurricane: I'm sure the book is going to be good, man! I'm just being a gripey fanboy that wants to see Karma, Husk or a lesser known X-person in the book.
@time: Where'd you hear that? I mostly assumed the X-force books were more adult themed. Besides I'd hate for the book to just be a "Who's hooking up with who this month?!". I want to see bad guys getting their faces punched.