Your favorite X-Men Moment.

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#51 Posted by AgeofHurricane (7202 posts) - - Show Bio

Storm lying to Cyclops in Wood's X-Men was also quite saucy.

#52 Edited by IllyanaRasputin (1052 posts) - - Show Bio

@ageofhurricane said:

Cry for the children.

Another moment that will always stay within my heart. Mainly because prior to this i wasn't exactly a big fan of Emma Frost's character, but this beautful exchange of words between herself and Ms Marvel in New X-Men brought some new found respect.

Where were you?

ABSOLUTELY favouriteeeeeee MOMENT!!!!

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My favourite moments, obviously consist of Emma Frost.

Breeding Darling.
Lucky for you this is a Louis Vuitton

#53 Edited by Veitha (2332 posts) - - Show Bio

My favourite moments, obviously consist of Emma Frost.

Breeding Darling.
Lucky for you this is a Louis Vuitton

I want this Emma Frost back, she was marvellous, her dialogue were the best. Hope this days will come back soon, we need Morrison writing the X-Men.

#54 Posted by AgeofHurricane (7202 posts) - - Show Bio
#55 Posted by DishonestSnakeCharmer (18 posts) - - Show Bio

Cyclops still alive in Ultimate X-Men:

#56 Edited by chasereis (794 posts) - - Show Bio

Magneta-Xorn The Life Model Morrison Clone defining Scott's best moment? MY retort to that is a quote from the bard Dundee "That's not a knife, THIS is a knife".

#57 Posted by God_Spawn (35985 posts) - - Show Bio

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#58 Posted by HopesummersFORtheFUTURE (2467 posts) - - Show Bio

Magneta-Xorn The Life Model Morrison Clone defining Scott's best moment? MY retort to that is a quote from the bard Dundee "That's not a knife, THIS is a knife".

where bdid you find those pictures???? there awesome

#59 Posted by chasereis (794 posts) - - Show Bio

@hopesummersforthefuture: Ole Google if you know the issue will produce a great deluge of images...Truly one of Scott's finest moments (the REAL Scott Summers, not Scottie-neto or Cyke-pocalypse). This moment was the crescendo for YEARS of finely woven plot lines by Harras, Claremont and Simonson. It is with irony that in the eighties the supposed decade of immediate gratification we get this level of work yet now writers are profit-lining characters with mediocre short term story lines for casual readers which is a fancy way of saying they write the characters straight into the nearest trash receptacle and they call it characterization.

#60 Posted by The_Goddess_of_Chaos (297 posts) - - Show Bio

#61 Edited by God_Spawn (35985 posts) - - Show Bio

Lighten up the mood.

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#62 Edited by DishonestSnakeCharmer (18 posts) - - Show Bio

#63 Posted by Saren (24349 posts) - - Show Bio

Wolverine vs Dinosaur: Kung Fu Showdown.

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#64 Posted by PhoenixoftheTides (3274 posts) - - Show Bio

@veitha said:

@illyanarasputin said:

My favourite moments, obviously consist of Emma Frost.

Breeding Darling.
Lucky for you this is a Louis Vuitton

I want this Emma Frost back, she was marvellous, her dialogue were the best. Hope this days will come back soon, we need Morrison writing the X-Men.

I would like to see multiple creators collaborating on dialogue and scripting the way they work on movies and plays. It's obvious to me that some writers understand certain characters better than others and collaborating would help each character find a consistently "true" voice.

#65 Edited by Misterkyle91 (68 posts) - - Show Bio

When in the late 90's, Jean and Professor X tricked the X-men into splitting up against each other; one side thinking Professor x was turning back into Onslaught, and the other thinking Jean was going Dark Phoenix again. A brutal battle to the death ensued, leaving Kitty and Gambit the only survivors on each side left to be destroyed by the perceived Onslaught and Phoenix. Of course it was all a cop-out illusion, and kind of messed up on the part of Jean and the Professor, but it was still awesome to see the team have a fatal, ideological showdown.

#66 Posted by Avenger85 (1525 posts) - - Show Bio

One of the funnier moments back in the day was when Madeline PUNCHED Scott. That was hilarious. Started off with a rather serious scene but the punch that followed took both Scott, and the reader by surprise.

#67 Posted by Veitha (2332 posts) - - Show Bio

@veitha said:

@illyanarasputin said:

My favourite moments, obviously consist of Emma Frost.

Breeding Darling.
Lucky for you this is a Louis Vuitton

I want this Emma Frost back, she was marvellous, her dialogue were the best. Hope this days will come back soon, we need Morrison writing the X-Men.

I would like to see multiple creators collaborating on dialogue and scripting the way they work on movies and plays. It's obvious to me that some writers understand certain characters better than others and collaborating would help each character find a consistently "true" voice.

I agree. The thing which makes Emma Frost so unique is the way she speaks and what she says, and after Morrison and Whedon not everyone was able to make good speechs for her, and so the character got worse and worse. Bendis is making a good work with her, but she's not on the same level as before

#68 Edited by LordOfAllHumans (3726 posts) - - Show Bio

This is one of my favorites, it almost foreshadows the trouble in paradise of Jean and Scotts relationship and shows that early on it was her that was tired of him and his insecurities about the Phoenix, Maddie and Jeans own powers.

another favorite Ruthless Jean...

Merciful Jean

This one I just love the "get out of that stupid body" line

#69 Posted by Rabbitearsblog (5690 posts) - - Show Bio

When in the late 90's, Jean and Professor X tricked the X-men into splitting up against each other; one side thinking Professor x was turning back into Onslaught, and the other thinking Jean was going Dark Phoenix again. A brutal battle to the death ensued, leaving Kitty and Gambit the only survivors on each side left to be destroyed by the perceived Onslaught and Phoenix. Of course it was all a cop-out illusion, and kind of messed up on the part of Jean and the Professor, but it was still awesome to see the team have a fatal, ideological showdown.

I remembered reading that! I was so shocked at how it happened and I was wondering why Professor Xavier would do such a thing to the X-Men.

#70 Edited by LordOfAllHumans (3726 posts) - - Show Bio

He knew that the skulls had infiltrated Earth and was trying to find the one that infiltrated the Xmen the exercise was needed so Xaiver and Jean could find the Skrull, turns out it was Wolverine, the real Logan was abducted by Apocalypse and being turned into Death.

#71 Edited by The_Goddess_of_Chaos (297 posts) - - Show Bio

#72 Posted by AgeofHurricane (7202 posts) - - Show Bio

Quite the controversial statement, but bloody heck, Bishop was such a good character.

#73 Posted by Rickbarry (1737 posts) - - Show Bio

@ageofhurricane: Man. Bishop used to be so awesome. Now there's a grizzly bear living in his head...or something.

#74 Posted by AgeofHurricane (7202 posts) - - Show Bio

@rickbarry: Ugh. I am so almost done with UXF being that there's of yet to be any explanation/justification for anything occurring in that title right now. Further making the once-great-character worse by having him pull a "gotta kill the baby before it kills us" shoot-out, AGAIN.

Ugh.

#75 Edited by Arkhamc1tizen (2100 posts) - - Show Bio
#76 Posted by Or35ti (1101 posts) - - Show Bio

Any more New X-Men lovers?

#77 Edited by Rickbarry (1737 posts) - - Show Bio

@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.

#78 Edited by oldnightcrawler (3473 posts) - - Show Bio

Quite the controversial statement, but bloody heck, Bishop was such a good character.

what's this from?

#79 Posted by AgeofHurricane (7202 posts) - - Show Bio

@oldnightcrawler: Civil War: X-Men #1.

@rickbarry:

It is. Not that this series is meant to be compared to the former, but that's obviously hard with the gut-wrenching banner, that held so much hype and praise behind it--now diminished.

#80 Edited by Fuchsia_Nightingale (10180 posts) - - Show Bio

#81 Posted by PhoenixoftheTides (3274 posts) - - Show Bio

Way back in Classic X-Men when Iceman and Angel are talking and agree that there are way too many X-Men. Just funny given how the X titles ended up multiplying over the years.

#83 Posted by Rabbitearsblog (5690 posts) - - Show Bio
#84 Posted by AgeofHurricane (7202 posts) - - Show Bio

I swear, i almost cried. Almost.

#85 Posted by oldnightcrawler (3473 posts) - - Show Bio

I swear, i almost cried. Almost.

yeah, I'm really liking the direction of this book. Having Jubilee return to the X-men after all she's been through, basically for the sake of her son, is one of the coolest, most interesting things anyone's done with her (or any other X-man) in a long time. It's a great premise for reuniting so many classic characters too.

#86 Posted by Rickbarry (1737 posts) - - Show Bio

I swear, i almost cried. Almost.

That baby is pure evil and you know it.

#87 Edited by John Valentine (16270 posts) - - Show Bio

@ageofhurricane said:

I swear, i almost cried. Almost.

That baby is pure evil and you know it.

It's a robot!

#88 Edited by photowill404 (105 posts) - - Show Bio

my favorite X-Men moment in recent memory comes from Astonishing X-Men 8: its awesome because it shows how much power Scott has and also Wolverine's comments are just the icing on the cake.

#89 Posted by tomasmaclgh (99 posts) - - Show Bio

This one I just love the "get out of that stupid body" line

Don't forget next what happens next:


@ageofhurricane: Same here regarding Emma
#90 Posted by BaBaBoom (274 posts) - - Show Bio

My favorite X-Men is of course this:

#91 Posted by LordOfAllHumans (3726 posts) - - Show Bio

@lordofallhumans said:

This one I just love the "get out of that stupid body" line

Don't forget next what happens next:

@ageofhurricane: Same here regarding Emma

Didn't realize we were playing the look what happened next game regarding one of my favorite moments, let's finish shall we.

#92 Edited by AgeofHurricane (7202 posts) - - Show Bio

Like, i've seriously missed these two together.

I've missed all these women together.

B.Wood </3

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