Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Inhumans Vs. X-Men #0 Art

6 comments:

CmX said...

wow, that's terrible writing.

Finn said...

Ikr ?

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FSaker said...

Why would Magneto think threatening to drop his teammates from the platform would scare them at all? Monet can fly. Psylocke's telekinesis allow her to levitate (even if she doesn't use it much). Sabretooth has an OP healing factor; he'd get injured, but wouldn't die (and he has suffered much worse injuries - some of them self-inflicted, even).

Plus, Psylocke and Monet could just invade his mind and prevent him from ever throwing anyone from the platform...

...Anyway, as for the story, I'm curious to find out who is the woman Emma talked to at the Hellfire Club. Selene? Madelyne Pryor? Briar Raleigh? Viper (would she be even remotely useful?)? Cordelia Frost (same question as Viper)?

Toca do Caranguejo said...

Saker, I must be the one who thinks that the white-dressed woman is Perfection, the auto-image of Emma's Hellfire version, already seen in Whedon's X-men run.

In other statements, I agree with you. By the way, it's shocking to see how this edition is poorly written, by God! Worst than you mentioned about Magneto's group (who moreover contradicts Bunn's X-men run), only Henry McCoy's conduct: An incompetent, pretensious and arrogant guy, who thinks the terrigen mists problem is just science. And while thousands of mutants were dying, he works smiling and confident, as if he had already solved several problems like this before (history proves otherwise). It's just ridiculous.

PS: And, apparently, Henry didn't hate Scott Summers anymore.

FSaker said...

Nice theory, Toca do Caranguejo, I'd like if that were the case. But didn't Cyclops kill Perfection in Whedon's run?

(in fact, wasn't Perfection just an illusion created by Cassandra Nova?)

Good to know that Beast stopped whining about Cyclops all the time, though.