most disgusting looking mutant/power?

#1 Posted by choadius (6 posts) - - Show Bio

hey guys

I was reading the new wolverine and x-men while eating my delicious 99 cent McDonald's hamburger, when the image of eye-boy (kid with eyes all over his body, even in his hair) just totally killed my appetite. I find it hard to look at that character, his appearance is repugnant to me. And I can read an issue of Crossed without feeling the same way! which mutant do you think is the grossest looking, or what mutant power? sorry if this has come up before.

p.s. anyone else like the idea of wolverine as a teacher but find the book itself lacking? I dig the concept, just not the execution. Especially now that those hellfire brats look like they will be around for a while. I just find them obnoxious, and the way they paint them as oh so evil is just silly.

#2 Edited by AgeofHurricane (7306 posts) - - Show Bio

On that note, Lowe mentioned of an upcoming character who's skin breaks up into tiny bugs/maggots. An Aaron creation at that. I died.

And i don't like the idea of Wolverine as a teacher, the book has potential, but Aaron needs to bloody leave. thirty-something issues and he's still around ? Something's up.

#3 Posted by AgeofHurricane (7306 posts) - - Show Bio

Masque, Bliss and a few other Morlocks for honorary mention.

#4 Posted by TheFool (80 posts) - - Show Bio

Stacy X was always portrayed in a seriously unflattering fashion. And for any Whovians out there, we know it's not impossible to make an attractive scaly lady.

As for James Patch Wolverine Howlett Logan being a teacher, I think it plays. The fact that he's not great at it and the writers are focusing on him growing into the role seems fitting. Especially when you consider this latent urge to be a better parent or father figure, since both X-23 and Daken have been conditioned to be killers. Might be reading too much into things, but if I just drowned my son in a puddle, I'd be looking for a do-over.

#5 Posted by oldnightcrawler (4869 posts) - - Show Bio

@choadius said:

p.s. anyone else like the idea of wolverine as a teacher but find the book itself lacking? I dig the concept, just not the execution. Especially now that those hellfire brats look like they will be around for a while. I just find them obnoxious, and the way they paint them as oh so evil is just silly.

I love the idea of Wolverine being a teacher, but yeah.. that book goes from being pretty fun to being way too silly for me. It just never seems to have enough substance or direction. I love the concept, I like most of the characters, but it does seem poorly executed as often as not.

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