. Personally I think moving them to a new planet would make for an interesting transition for the X-Books, as it would give the writers pretty much full reign to do what they wanted without really having to make sure it lines up with other Marvel titles, as the X-Men would have a whole new planet (or moon?) to do whatever they wanted on.
So exist the theme of the tolerance and aceptation?
So the moral of all this 50 years of x-men story is exile the people who are different then you ?
No, the moral is that there's this toxic gas cover the planet that will kill you if you don't leave. We've seen the theme of tolerance and acceptance for over 50 years of X-Men comics, so taking these characters and putting them in a completely new setting could open the doors for 50 more years of new and exciting stories, some of which we might never experience if not for seemingly drastic changes to the status quo.
I actually wouldn't mind this, it would be much better than the idea of Marvel simply dumping the X-Men into a completely different Universe separate from the main Marvel U. Personally I think moving them to a new planet would make for an interesting transition for the X-Books, as it would give the writers pretty much full reign to do what they wanted without really having to make sure it lines up with other Marvel titles, as the X-Men would have a whole new planet (or moon?) to do whatever they wanted on.
While I'm sure some X-Fans won't be happy about this idea if it does turn out to be true, but I'm actually interested in what Marvel would have planned if does end up being true.
@rpgesus: I know we probably won't agree on this, which is fine as it's ultimately not a huge deal. I do hear your side and can see where you're coming from, but from my point of view Cap has displayed too many feats of super-human levels for me to consider him simply "peak-human," but that's just my thoughts on it.e
How many times does marvel have to say he doesn't have superpowers before people accept it
Because what Marvel says is true and then compared to the actual feats they display Cap showing in pretty much every form of entertainment contradict each other. Marvel can say all day that Cap is "peak-human," but when they have him hitting people so hard that they go flying across the room, that's not a "peak-human" feat.
I know people try to push that he's only peak-human, and even some sources claim that he is, but after seeing the many feats he's displayed over the years, I personally believe that Cap is super-human. People try to compare him to Batman, who is peak-human, but the difference is that Cap has the Super-Soldier Serum, where as Batman literally trained his body physically without any outside help. So because Cap has the SS Serum, it's easy to believe that it may have amplified his abilities far beyond peak-human and into super-human levels.
Personally, and speaking as a huge Captain America fan, I have nothing against this.