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Subj: Re: Astonishing X-Men #2...
Posted: Fri Aug 18, 2017 at 08:12:00 am EDT (Viewed 214 times)
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Posted: Thu Aug 17, 2017 at 10:20:32 pm EDT (Viewed 250 times)

    Anonymous 08/16/17(Wed)20:35:52 No.94701462
    >Mystique confrontation
    gay I hate this

I hate the idea that Mystique is able to disguise herself on the psychic plane. There should have been no hiding for her there.


      Anonymous 08/16/17(Wed)21:02:05 No.94702109
      I think Deodato's art would look much better without any coloring.

      it would also be cheaper for Marvel

    Wow. That IS a nicely pencilled page!

Indeed. I'm not a fan of B&W comics though. Don't agree with the complaints.


      Anonymous 08/16/17(Wed)21:05:58 No.94702191
      btw, Page 10 has all the Rogue x Gambit shippers completely @@@ blasted. They are mad because they are admitting their relationship is completely over, a thing of the past, and that both have moved on.

    Knock on Groot for that!



    • Who is that Giant on his knees on the psi-stage with Madrox presenting as the curtains open?

I think that's supposed to be statuecorpse Logan.

    • What does "IRON IN VELVET" mean? Gambit is "ROGUE"- HA! Cyke is THE MARTYR sounds about right. Xavier is right there in the showbill credits, X-men!

Iron = hard/tough
Velvet = soft

So, she tough in a soft covering.

    • Why doesn't Warren or Bishop just talk to the security forces?

Because that would be logical.

    • Hmm... if they KNOW it's a mind trap how dumbunwise is it to choose the door specifically with your own codename avatar pictures on it?

Uh huh. Maybe the idea is that they'd be able to fight their own traps better.

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